Discussion in 'Arcade' started by dream, Nov 27, 2014.
I'd want to mod heavily tbh
Yeah, they're worried that people will do something dangerous with the script modification programs like SKSE, which is required for the character maker overhaul mods.
If you ever encounter this man, don't believe his lies.
It'd be waaaay cheaper to go PC tbh.
A 770 would be more than enough to use most ENBs with all sorts of mods.
That's understandable it just seems like it takes such a big part of the game away, but it helps that I never played Skyrim with a bunch of mods so I don't really know how much I'm missing out on
Why is he Jewish?
I got my PS4 brand new for $170 with sales and my employee discount and stuff
Not cheaper than console x} cheaper than a laptop I mean.
If I'm not mistaken I think X1 allows any mods? Probably, maybe excluding the dirty stuff? Lol
Buuuut Xbox's game library is super shit imo.
Someone who knows what they're talking about says
X1 allows 2GB space
Ps4 only 900MB abit under half as much.
X1 allows Outside Assets, PCers can port in custom stuff armor/weapons/npcs/textures, Ps4 only lets you use the ingame assets nothing custom/new.
Mods are 500% better on X1, twice the mod space & outside assets."
More shots of new char, using NLVA version of Aeon ENB now.
that actually looks great
lighting and shadows in that is neat
recommend me some mods with links
Lore friendly I assume? What sort, graphical?
something that will make the overall experience better
Hm, well that varies for everyone depending on how they play and what they want but I think I know a few.
Allows you to enchant armor and clothes and all that jazz with enchants that increase the power of a single school of spells, so for example Destruction magic damage +28%
The full enchantment is 100% damage it also empowers all of the other schools of magic as well making all of them viable at all points in the game.
Another magic enhancement mod that helps make magic what it's supposed to be.
Adds Earth, Water, and Wind magic with their own effects.
Water works great against other mages, Earth works great against Meele and Wind can be useful in either situation.
Also adds its spells effects as enchants allowing you to boost your meele weapons with the useful effects.
Shadow spell package
Adds some dark spells that are imo MUCH more useable than the stuff in the likes of Apocalypse/Forgotten magic
That, off the top of my head is what I can think of in general that improves quality of life in Skyrim.
There's more but I figure stuff like Better Vampire and Moonlight Tales are pretty much obvious.
Moar new char
I've pretty much been playing Enderal as of late has not disappointed me yet.
I'd like to try but I pretty much play the game cause of my characters XD
annnnd with the update to 9.0 I've made that new beauty but my other 4 ladies need to be reworked to look good with the new face maps.
My char is the banner for Fair Skin Complexion
What weather mod are you using? Vivid Weathers?
It's good but NLA is a lot clearer, I had to lower the mist for some snowy weathers, they had it tweaked to silly levels that would only make sense in a blizzard buuuut other then that it's pretty much NLA with some Vivid Weather goodies thrown in,
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You guys should try this idle animation mod.
You've already seen it a bit with my latest shots but it's great.
It's one of those idles that cycles through several different animations to add a little realism.
Nothing lore unfriendly.
Oh man fuck this game, does anyone know if using a Mod manager makes the game more unstable? I have been installing mods manually for a long ass time, but after having to delete and redownload skyrim over some conflicting mods, I decided to use mod organizer for better organization and I am getting CTD's out of the ass. I am using even less script heavy and terrain mods then I used to and I can't even play a hour without the game crashing on me and I am lucky if I am able to even get my saves to load after a CTD.
Just use Nexus Mod Manager and Loot man.
Mod Organizer is on the way out and for all its pros it actually makes several things more of a hassle.
Clearly you've got some sort of conflict or some landscape meshes are corrupt... who knows.
I'd rather not use a mod manager, I'm just asking if mod managers can cause the game to be more unstable. I am using nothing that I haven't used before, and I am using even less then I was now, my game shouldn't be more unstable then it was.
Of course not. Manual installation is worse.
Have you seen some larger mods? I've been installing shit manually in games since I was a little brat and even I know better than to try to heavily mod a game with manual installation alone, it's simply more hassle for absolutely no reason. You've made the right choice.
I assume you've sorted your load order properly?
Yeah, everything is sorted, nothing in the overwrite folder, even checked specific mod conflicts and which mods prefer a lower load order. I am getting CTD's in the middle of gameplay, something that was super uncommon when manually installing.
I am frustrated beyond all belief right now and I don't know what the issue is. I'm going to try and redo all my mods in MO in one final attempt to see if I fucked up at all.