Morrowind Logo

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Morrowind logo
Morrowind is the third part of The Elder Scroll video-game series, which was released in 2002 by Bethesda. This fantasy game is very colorful and has a lot of cross-cultural scenes and accents. The game has its versions available for Windows and Xbox console.

Meaning and history

The Morrowind logo follows the same design and style, as all the parts of The Elder Scroll series. The logo is composed of a wordmark, placed over a triangular emblem.
The Morrowind wordmark in all-caps is executed in a bold classic serif typeface with distinct tiles and serifs. It has its “M” and “D” enlarged, which adds symmetry to the logo and makes it more recognizable.
The light gold shade of the lettering looks good on a brown papyrus background of the emblem and the cover.
Morrowind emblem


The Morrowind emblem is an elongated triangle, pointing down with a runic image of the dragon, enclosed in the elongated rhombus. The dragon is a symbol of the Empire, which appears on many banners and buildings in the game.
There are also three Daedric letters on the emblem — one letter in each of the tri-angle’s corners. They stand for three members of the Tribunal — Alma, Seht, and Vekh.
Morrowind logo
The Morrowind logo represents the nature and essence of the game, showing its historical accents and a rich and interesting plot. Its color palette resembles the old book, which is always intriguing and fascinating.