Kountervibe ENB Northern Lights 0.254 Retweaked
New Under water tweak for Realistic Water Two.
LOD Bias -0.750 / Advanced INI Setting / Ugrids 7
So, I got the Guild Starter mod for Skyrim and I really, really like it… But is so damned difficult to find a good place for my guild!
It’s an Adventure’s Guild, so I though ‘okay, I’ll look around Nexus to see what player homes might be good’ and I was thinking castle! Because that just struck me as a place adventures would make their HQ, right?
Yeah, too bad that every castle player home I see adds in like a whole damn fleet of NPCs to populate it already (that would make it too cluttered with loads of NPC if I put my Guild in there) :I
Guards? I don’t mind. But then they add in merchants and servants and other stuff - not to mention that all the really nice ones are also themed mostly for Vampiric Players (no offense). There also are no nice dwemer-themed houses or even just abandoned ruin-like places either that I also thought would go well for an Adventurer’s Guild.
I’m just frustrated, and thus reaching out to my followers and other fellow TES fans and Mod Authors… Do you guys know of any good player homes that are follower friendly and kind of big (doesn’t have to be a castle!) that I can stick my shiny new Guild in?
Looking for good mods for Skyrim
Since the internet conection at my house is so shitty that it makes multiplayer games something impossible, I’ve started looking at all those sp games that I haven’t been able to play yet. Skyrim is quite high on the list, However, I feel that the vainilla game isn’t quite up to par, so I’m thinking of spicing it up a little with mods. Particularly interested in gameplay, combat, roleplaying and the like, not so much on pretiness. If you’ve got any suggestions, let me know!
I recommend TK HitStop, TK Recoil and TK Dodge, they make the combat more immersive. Take Notes is a good mod if you want to give your character more depth by writing in a journal. And if you are getting the DLCs too I highly recommend Timing is Everything.