I'm asking this here since it seems like the best place. I was googling Tel Naga because it was a term a NPC used in a side quest in blackwood and found myself on the Uesp. The unofficial elder scrolls pages. There I noticed the game had a nightblade class and was curious and clicked on it. The description was completely different from ESO. However the descrition for the "rogue" class was basically word by word in ESO.
So this had me wondering if they refused to label nightblade as "rogue" and purpefully kept the text, or if they had used the wrong description?
From the Morrowind: Classes page....
Rogue: In-game Description: Rogues are adventurers and opportunists with a gift for getting in and out of trouble. Relying variously on charm and dash, blades and business sense, they thrive on conflict and misfortune, trusting to their luck and cunning to survive.
Nightblade: In-game Description: Nightblades are spellcasters who use their magics to enhance mobility, concealment, and stealthy close combat. They have a sinister reputation, since many nightblades are thieves, enforcers, assassins, or covert agents
This makes alot of sense because reading the description for nightblade made me think it was wierd since nightblades actually use magic.