Planet Elder Scrolls is a good place. But in truth, you need to learn on your own. To learn to mod a video game is a very personal experience. I even learned how to make a mod in the Oblivion Construction Set. Good times, I made a thief hold in the market place. Bitch was right beside where I fast traveled.
I enjoyed reading that. I played Darksiders and agree that people calling it the Dark Zelda are reaching a little bit. Darksiders might have the trappings of Zelda, but there was so much more thrown into that game. I'm not saying it didn't work, but while I played I was like, oh man, Devil May Cry Combat and Portals. And of course the Zelda touches. For me, it made me want to play a Legend of Zelda game. But that's just me.
Daaaamn, that's a surreal thing to wake up to. Super appreciated, guys, thanks! Now for an influx of "Who?", "What, why?" and "Should've been Pepsiman/Turboman/Claude" posts to bring me back down to Earth. Chop chop, duders.
I'm more of a whore than starlet. You deserve it, congrats.
@Video_Game_King: I liked it, but I didn't love it. I played about half of it in 2003 and then in 2005 I got to the alien planet. I liked Half Life 2 a lot more that the original. But I just wanted to see what all the fuss was about. I understand its place in history, but that's about it. I couldn't imagine playing something like Half Life in 1998. I'm sure it blew the doors off any other first person shooter / adventure / platformer at the time.