The dusty frontier city of Balmora, in faraway Morrowind, is just about the last place that a bookish and flinty introvert like Daria Morgendorffer would ever want to visit. But her parents see opportunity in its narrow streets and adobe offices, so that's where Daria (and her superficial younger sister Quinn) must go.
Once in Balmora, Daria discovers it to be a viper's nest of crass superficiality, governmental corruption, and ruthless social networking. Kind of like home, really. And the place does have its plus sides, like a disaffected Dunmer artist named Jane who befriends Daria soon after her arrival.
But it does have downsides. While Daria's social position in her old home freed her up to snark at the stupidity around her, she has to tread much more carefully in Morrowind. Because here, the locals might not take kindly to Daria's trenchant observations, and violence is always an option...
Daria in Morrowind is exactly what it sounds like. The stories try to re-imagine the classic animated sitcom's characters as natives of Tamriel (though not necessarily natives of Morrowind). The episodes take place from 3E 424-426, in the Third Empire's waning days. The focus here is on the daily lives of the characters. Daria's not secretly the Nerevarine, she's just herself: an intelligent and sarcastic young woman trying to make her way in a society that doesn't necessarily reward those traits. The emphasis is on comedy and drama, but this is Morrowind so there's some adventure, too. I try to stick as closely to the lore of the setting as possible (and I use a somewhat older version of the lore--for example, central Cyrodiil is still described as a jungle).
Most episodes are 19-23 pages in length. Some are shorter and are under ten pages. Shorter episodes are marked with an asterisk.