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BlackPete

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    The SkyProc Breaker
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  1. As far as the bodies disappearing goes, that's just the world encounter(s) unloading. It's completely normal for that to happen when you get far enough away. If you want to loot the NPCs associated with those encounters it has to be done before you leave the area, otherwise the game removes them like happened in your case. If your horse dies and you go and buy another one, the game will also probably delete the old horse. For that reason, it's best not to store loot in corpses, because it may not be there when you come back. Though there are several locations in the game that never reset, it's best to play it safe and only store items that you want to keep in containers in player homes. None of the USSEP fixes (at least to our knowledge) have made it into an official patch. The project team isn't associated with Bethesda; we're just volunteer modders. Though we wouldn't have any problem with Bethesda incorporating our fixes, they haven't shown any interest in doing so even though they're undoubtedly well aware of the existence of the patch project.
  2. Arthmoor is correct on this. If you've purchased the $20 package, the game is just going to prompt you to download the missing DLC again. I accidently deleted one of them a while back and the prompt wouldn't go away and let me interact with main menu normally until I fixed the problem. I would have to agree with him that something weird is going on in your game if it's allowing you to get around that. For whatever reason, it seems that the developers don't want you picking and choosing which ones you want installed at a given time.
  3. Arthmoor only provides the latest version for download, which is what is available here. Also, read this topic. There's no such thing as a "non-AE edition" of the game; it's still Skyrim Special Edition. AE is an optional downloadable package of CC content.
  4. No. The latest version of this mod requires that you update your game through Steam. The latest version of USSEP is a requirement, which also means that you need 1.6.x or greater. My guess would be you're having problems because you're running an old version of the game with newer versions of mods. Either that or you've been removing mods on an existing save, which corrupts it beyond repair.
  5. First of all, you don't have the latest version of the game through Steam. Second of all, what you're say isn't true, I didn't have that problem in my game before I updated to 1.6.353 the other day. There's a chance that you and others with the described issue either don't have the mod near the bottom of your load order (like the instructions say you should), or you're at or extremely close to the limit of 512 plugins in your "Data" folder.
  6. Your question doesn't really make sense. Skyrim Anniversary Edition is a paid DLC package that you get from Steam (more information). Something is clearly not right with your game setup because I'm able to use this mod just fine without any problems.
  7. Nope. It looks fine in my game. .
  8. There's no problem with discussions. My point in bringing up the bug tracker was to inform them that bugs are most likely not going to get investigated and (maybe) fixed sitting in the forums. Instead, they often tend to be forgotten after the discussion ends.
  9. Bug reports should be made in the project bug tracker. That being said, I'm not overly confident that what is being described can be addressed properly since at least some of the calculations are automatically made internally by the game. I know for certain that handmade potions with similar issues can't be fixed. Still, it can't hurt to add tickets for the inconsistencies so that they're on record for later reference. If you do choose to do so, please add a separate ticket for each group. For example, one for the Alteration potions, one for the Conjuration potions, etc.
  10. Fixed in that you can actually fail the check. It wasn't possible to fail it previously.
  11. USSEP fixed the issue in the 4.2.5 update that came out earlier this year.
  12. You might want to try opening up a new topic in the mod support and discussion part of the site if you still need help setting up your game since this one is specifically for discussion of the Anniversary Edition announcement. That way the discussion here doesn't go way off the intended subject, and the moderators don't lock it.
  13. The developers are aware of this particular CTD issue, but yes, it's a good idea to file bug reports with Bethesda anyway. They're more likely to be able to reproduce it on their end if people who are experiencing it (or other CTDs) can provide as much detailed information as possible. Hopefully the reports they're encouraging people to file will lead to a solution soon.
  14. Does your game meet the installation requirements? It requires Skyrim Special Edition 1.6.318 or greater and Unofficial Skyrim Special Edition Patch 4.2.6 or greater.
  15. You have a mod conflict or don't have USSEP installed correctly if he's not wearing his wolf armor.
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