|05 Jun 2013||#4|
I haven't done a lot of mods but the one I do have and find very valuable is Dovakiin's Warehouse and Bedroom. Especially if you have a lot of gear and stuff lying around and want to display. Or if you need to craft or buy and sell stuff - Steam Workshop :: Dovakiin's Warehouse and Bedroom
The other recommendation is the Dragonborn DLC and it allows or more leveling and other perks.
I really enjoyed this game and have over 500 hours in
The reason I don't have all the achievements is because I either blew some of the quests off, or killed them off where I didn't get the achievement - example I never became a Werewolf.
Anyway this is a great looking game, especially if you get the high res texture pack released by Bethesda. It will definitely look good on your system.
You could check out my thread on the game here - Discuss Skyrim
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|07 Jun 2013||#5|
A lot of work to do it all this way, but have a look here. He does have a nice list of good mods and tips on how to make patches etc.
User:Neovalen/Skyrim Revisited - S.T.E.P. Project Wiki
My Personal must haves... SKSE, BOSS, WyreBash right off the bat.
In graphics, theres tons of textures to choose from. But The No Stretch and SMIM are must haves IMO as a base.
For armor and wepaons, Ive been using and like Immersive Wepons and Immersive Armors. And Book of Silence are good retextes of Armor and weapons.
Also, Automatic Variants is nice. More variety in what creatures look like,.
SkyUI and Categorized favorites for the UI. Huge help for me.
ACE Overhaul (w/OPtional alchemy removed file) Theresalso a Immerive wep/armor patch if using those.
If curious, heres my mod list Im currently running. Everything except the Texture overrhauls are here.,
Some of the patches I made though.
06 Unofficial Skyrim Patch.esp [Version 1.3.2b]
07 Unofficial Dawnguard Patch.esp [Version 1.2.2]
08 Unofficial Hearthfire Patch.esp [Version 1.1.0]
09 Unofficial Dragonborn Patch.esp [Version 1.0.3]
0A Race Height.esp
0C Better Dynamic Snow.esp
0E Remove Interior Fog V2 - Full Version.esp
10 Rain_URWL Patch.esp
14 BLESSINGS - Altar Descriptions.esp
16 Dead Body Collision.esp
17 Disease Descriptions.esp
18 DD_Dawnguard Additions.esp
19 DD_Dragonborn Additions.esp
1A High Level Enemies.esp
1B High Level Enemies - Dawnguard.esp
1C High Level Enemies - Dragonborn.esp
1D Immersive Brigands.esp
1E Immersive Dawnguard.esp
1F Immersive Factions.esp
20 Immersive Mercenaries.esp
21 Immersive Patrols.esp
22 Immersive Travelers.esp
23 Immersive Werewolves.esp
24 Lanterns Of Skyrim - Around Cities_bright.esp
25 Lanterns Of Skyrim - Bridges x2 - OnOff_bright.esp
26 Lanterns Of Skyrim - Villages.esp
28 Point The Way.esp [Version 1.0.1a]
29 SkyrimImprovedPuddles-DG-HF-DB.esp [Version 1.1]
2A Auto Unequip Ammo.esp
2B Character Creation Overhaul.esp
2C IMAGINATOR - Visual Control for Skyrim.esp
32 Lock Overhaul.esp
33 Monster Height.esp
34 ERSO 03 - Slighty Mighty Dragons Unleveled DB.esp
35 ERSO 04 - Mighty Odahviing.esp
36 ERSO 04.2 - Mighty Durnehviir.esp
++ ERSO 06 - Wait More Time Dragon Encounter x2.5.esp
37 ERSO 07 - Slighty Mighty Dragon Priests.esp
38 ERSO 13.02 - Lower Skill Gain -15percent.esp
39 Immersive Events.esp
3A Run For Your Lives.esp [Version 1.2.1]
3F CCO - Permanent Birthsigns.esp
40 Guard Dialogue Overhaul.esp
41 Immersive Weapons.esp
++ Proper Aiming.esp
44 dD - Realistic Ragdoll Force - Reduced.esp
45 Better Vampires.esp
47 Duel - Combat Realism.esp
48 ACE BYOG.esp
49 ACE Speech.esp
4A ACE Archery.esp
4B ACE Archery Dragonborn.esp
4C ACE Armor.esp
4D ACE Enchanting.esp
4E ACE Magic.esp
4F ACE Melee.esp
50 ACE Smithing.esp
51 ACE Synergy.esp
52 Path of Shadows - Sneak Settings.esp
53 Alternate Start - Live Another Life.esp [Version 2.2.2]
54 CCO - Diverse Races And Genders.esp
56 WATER Plants.esp
57 WATER DB Waves.esp
58 Fog-URWL Patch.esp
59 ASW-GDO Patch.esp
5A AS-GDO Patch.esp
5B ImPatrol-AS Patch.esp
5D General Patch.esp
5E Bashed Patch, 0.esp
5F Automatic Variants.esp
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|08 Jun 2013||#7|
Yea I use it and it works well for installing.
It keeps track of everything and rolls back changes.
Lets say you install 2 texture mods. Texture Mod 1 install. Texture Mod 2 asks to overwrite a couple files and you say yes. If you decide you do not like Tex Mod 2, Uninstall and it rolls back to the files 1 installed.
I would suggest using it over manual install. It's a huge benefit when a mod has several files and you want to uninstall it.
The bad (And this could just be me) are the Read Me additions they made and Im not crazy about the categories. But I like plain and simple so others may feel differently.
To me its just extra stuff that's not needed.
But, I have my own method of renaming and organizing mods within the manager, even though the naming scheme probably only makes any sense to me.
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|08 Jun 2013||#9|
I liked using the unofficial skyrim patch when I was playing along with whatever mods. Tons of fixes Bethesda never fixed. Includes their fixes as well.
I see Jesse already had it mentioned in his list.
Unofficial Skyrim Patch: Version History
Unofficial Skyrim Patch at Skyrim Nexus - Skyrim mods and community
Unofficial Skyrim Patch - Dark Creations
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