This can go in many directions, as a stand alone FOSS game or even as a basis for the Example-Suite where we can keep adding to this world as time progresses. With being able to use those books as source materials, a story can be created rather quickly or even just verbatim. It still remains that the world itself needs to be created but that can easily be broken up into tasks to be done.Following Howard's death, the copyright of the Conan stories passed through several hands. Eventually, under the guidance of L. Sprague de Camp and Lin Carter, the stories were edited, revised, and sometimes rewritten. For roughly 40 years, the original versions of Howard's Conan stories remained out of print. In 1977, the publisher Berkley Books issued three volumes using the earliest published form of the texts from Weird Tales, but these failed to displace the edited versions. In the 1980s and 1990s, the copyright holders of the Conan franchise permitted Howard's stories to go out of print entirely, while continuing to sell Conan works by other authors.
Now that we are moving in the direction of supporting later versions of NIF, that means we're no longer tied to using old tools that only support Morrowind's NIF version. That means tools that could be used to create content for Oblivion, Skyrim and Fallout can be used. This should open up additional possibilities.
What do you guys think?