Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion is a first-person perspective fantasy computer role-playing game set in a vast 3D world with an open-ended storyline that allows the player the freedom to pursue the main quest, side quests, or simply explore the world. The game is set in a different geographic location from the previous in the series (Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind) and in general the architecture and wildlife is more medieval and real-world. The fantasy game art is vastly improved, however, and at the time of its release wowed the world with its realism and attention to physics in its interactivity.
This Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion fantasy art / game art page has images from a graphically modified game. For an overview of the major changes, click here.
Mystery of Mausoleum is an Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion mod that features strongly Chinese-fantasy themed armor, weapons, and architecture -- making it very different from the rest of the generally European-fantasy flavored Oblivion. "Fan service" is sometimes excessive, but overall the quality of models of fantasy armor and weapons is high. Some of the armor is very ornate and intricate, and definitely worth a look.
Mystery of Mausoleum is a mod in the Chinese language. The English version has only a very basic and incomplete (but generally playable) English translation. If you are using the HDR video option in Oblivion, you may find frequent incidences of "black screen error", where the game world no longer renders and instead you get a flat black screen, even though the menu and other UI continues to display properly. Try switching to the Bloom video option instead.
We have a slideshow overviews of the weapons, clothing, and armor from Mystery of Mausoleum. Separate galleries focus on specific outfits from multiple angles, and various locations and creatures added by the mod.
Almost all of the clothing and armor are for women (sometimes using a body-replacement technique to resize breasts), and with no corresponding equipment for male characters.
We have generally kept the original spelling from the English translation even if it sounds incorrect grammatically. The most common changes were to add spaces to separate words, and correcting obviously incorrectly spelled words.