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1853 downloadsFeeding the empire, one roast chicken... or pork chop... or rabbit steak at a time! Cyrodiil demands MEAT! Ever notice how there's no real farming presence in Cyrodiil? Except for some really small isolated places, there's perhaps one major operation going on outside of Skingrad. And they make wine. Wine is great and all, but where do folks get the meat? I mean the good meat. Chicken, pork, rabbit. We have plenty of mutton, but, well, mutton can only go so far before it gets old. There's also a noticeable lack of traditional crops being grown anywhere on any kind of meaningful level. So I got bored while thinking about this and decided it was time to do something about it! I searched high and low and found only a small number of farming mods. The usual. Sheep, sheep, sheep, and oh, more sheep. Wonderful. Got the mutton sources covered now. So I'm attempting to fill in some of the gaps. There were a number of other good farming mods but they all landed in locations that were less than ideal, at least for my game. The UL team has someone working on a grand implementation out by Anvil, so I figured on letting them take care of that. So why Faregyl? What's so special about this place? Nothing really. When I scouted for locations it wasn't used by anything I could find. So I figured it was as good a place as any to stick some small farming operations. This mod adds a pig farm, chicken farm, rabbit farm, some traditional crops, and a local smithy to the Faregyl area. Instead of an isolated sleepy old inn, now there's a useful farming village to help sustain the population. Each farm is owned by an NPC who has a work schedule and a normal eat/sleep schedule. Don't try and mooch off the stuff though. Killing the livestock or stealing the crops is going to make someone angry if they catch you! There's also a local smithy who will repair gear and sell mundane supplies and equipment. He's got an ox to pull his cart, but the ox is mean. Don't mess with him. There's also two local legionaries who patrol the area to help keep the peace. And of course, the abandoned gold mine. Something the locals are reluctant to talk about.... Addendum for 2.x: If all you're looking for is a nice little village mod, you can ignore the quest and things will continue on their merry way. This mod was originally intended to be just that. A village with some nice atmosphere and a bit of a twist on the buildings. The mine quest as it was in version 1.x was an afterthought thrown together without much planning or direction. It is of course fun, and has some nice story elements and is worth the trip down there just to see it. Of course, as with all things of this nature, I couldn't resist tweaking and fiddling and have ended up creating something much more. So if you're into questing, the surest way to trigger things is to head for the mine. You may also get it as a rumor from elsewhere. If you've played through 1.x already, then you'll already have a pretty good idea of what's going to transpire. Things have been adjusted some and the quest is now tracked via the journal with actual logs. The story has been fleshed out more and is a lot more interesting. There's also a bit of cross-mod story telling going on. A mod called Pemberly Manor had some mention of one of the NPCs having holdings around Cyrodiil. One of which was the farms at Faregyl. I've incorporated this into things and not only are the farms owned by the NPC, but so was the mine. To say more would spoil. A word of warning - the quest now has some real consequences based on what you do and the decisions you make. The mine is no longer the end of the story. The state of the village itself can be affected. As you progress this should become somewhat obvious. It is also possible that you will not get to experience everything that's possible. Yes, some decisions can have dire consequences. Yes, you can be evil, and yes, you can screw things up even if you weren't planning to. This is an aspect of many games that Oblivion is lacking in. Most of your actions have no real impact on Cyrodiil. They will in Faregyl though. Of course, that means you can play through again with a different character and have a different outcome. Something else to keep in mind. Certain mods may influence the outcome of events depending on what their NPCs may do while in the village. Play your cards right and some of those extra NPCs may help you turn a bad situation around. Travelers from TIE come to mind as the most common examples. A few of them make regular stops in Faregyl and are generally friendly to the player. Influence from mods can also go bad if they place enemies near the area. You've been warned. Also a general caution. This has been the case since first release, but none of the villagers are marked essential. If they die, they die. I've made every effort to keep nasties away from the village by removing spawn generators but I can't cover everything.
8 downloadsA Marine Veteran from Operation Anchorage has decided that waiting for Armageddon is foolish. So he prepares a series of cashes which should get him and his family safely from Goodsprings to Southern Utah. Alas, Murphy was an optimist. After successfully breaking into the Old Marine's house in Goodsprings, a note on the dining room table will set you on a trail across the Mojave to collect the caches. Each cache will contain enhanced and specialized weapons and armor and a note directing you to the next cache. Think of this as a treasure hunt, and not a quest. The directions to each cache were written to his wife, who is familiar with the area and terrain, so the clues are sometimes cryptic. The upside, some of these weapons and armor will make it through the "security screen" for the Sierra Madre and will ease your visit to that death trap. Also, if you visit Big MT before going to the Sierra Madre, you can bring Christine her COS Armor and Weapon. This mod requires ALL Fallout New Vegas DLC, or the GOTY version of the game. This mod was originally created by Poorly Aged and his grandson, Unshod Cobbler and Black Swan. I have been given permission to maintain and update this mod as necessary. See the link below for the transfer of ownership. https://www.afkmods.com/index.php?/profile/9955-unshodcobbler/&tab=field_core_pfield_11 This mod may be downloaded for use during gameplay only. Any other use is prohibited. This mod may NOT be shared, reuploaded or modified without my EXPRESS WRITTEN permission. This mod is not made, guaranteed, or supported by Microsoft, Zenimax, Bethesda Game Studios, or any of their affiliates.
144 downloadsHidden beneath The Throat of The World Is a long forgotten sanctuary, build for the Dragonborn. Find the key in Sky Haven Temple, and journey to The Cut Across the Throat to enter the sanctuary. There you will find a complete smithy, apothecary, kitchen, and crafting center; a library capable of holding every book in Skyrim; ancient Dragon Slayer armor and weapons; and clothing enchanted to make smithing and alchemy more effective. Plenty of store safe chests, manikins, and weapon racks. Enjoy the courtyard with it's Shrine to Talos. In short, a home away from the stress of dealing with the drama of Skyrim. This mod was originally created by Unshod Cobbler. I have been given permission to maintain and update this mod as necessary. See the link below for the transfer of ownership. https://www.afkmods.com/index.php?/profile/9955-unshodcobbler/&tab=field_core_pfield_11 This Mod has been cleaned with Xedit 4.0.3. This mod was successfully tested on the Anniversary edition. This mod is available for Xbox: https://bethesda.net/en/mods/skyrim/mod-detail/4237317 This mod may be downloaded for use during gameplay only. Any other use is prohibited. This mod may NOT be shared, reuploaded or modified without my EXPRESS WRITTEN permission. This mod is not made, guaranteed, or supported by Microsoft, Zenimax, Bethesda Game Studios, or any of their affiliates. REQUIREMENT This mod requires the mod Dawnguard floor tile dintrcenter01 fix 1.0.0, download from the link below. For those who have a problem, here is a video of what happens if you don't install the Dawnguard floor tile fix documented above: Finally, for those who are ... ah ... unable ... yeah ... unable ... to find the front door: Dragonborn Sanctuary Remedial Map
InstantHero posted a topic in Mod ReleasesUpdated my 2 mods for the most current versions, safe to update in current playthrough.
60 downloadsA random thought came up, why not have a house within the Soul Cairn. This mod will add Pneuma Manor, currently the only player home within the Soul Cairn. Good friend Morven will sell you this home for a sizeable bounty of Soul Husks. There are three levels of this home, the main level, the cellar, and the upper level. Upon entering the upper level, you notice that you are not the only ones living in the house. Meet the Necronn family, consisting of a mother, a daughter, a son, and a dog. To find out why they are in the house and resemble most of the current Cairn residents, explore this upper level for any clues. The father, he left behind quite the legacy. Various books found near his desk will reveal the legacy he has left, and some for the worse. In the process of discovering the past, you will wake up the past. This past will eventually lead to new recipes, a new spell, a new enchantment, and several other followers or residents of Pneuma Manor. This house will serve you and your adventures in the Soul Cairn well, being the only calm place within the bleak landscape. What is Added: -Three story home in the Soul Cairn, purchased via Soul Husks -4 Mannequins, 2 Weapon Racks, 3 Weapon Display Plaques, 1 Weapon Display Case, 2 Bookshelves with 90 book capacity. -Alchemy table, Enchanter table, Forge, Tanning Rack, Workbench, Sharpening Wheel, Smelter -Storage in the cellar, Dresser, Safe, several Barrels near Mage Station. -Thane, Bard, Soul family (step-daughter, step-son, dog, wife?), Assassin follower -Soul Husk Extract recipe, Absorb health/soul trap spell, Absorb health/soul trap weapon enchantment, Absorb health/soul trap poison -5 Books, 5 journals for backstory -3 Quests for backstory and acquiring thane/bard/assassin, without direct quest markers. -Spells to transport to Pneuma Manor and to College of Winterhold Requires: DAWNGUARD Revision History: v1.2: -Added new quest to clear up lore conflicts -Added a new book and several supporting items for the new quest. -Corrected dog's voice. v1.1: -Added new book -Added two new spells, one for transport to Pneuma Manor, one for transport to College of Winterhold Known Quirks: -If you have dialogue issues, try saving-reloading in order to fix. This issue should not prop up, but might since there is (technically) custom dialogue included. -Ushugob does not have a voice for the Thane dialogue. Guess this is due to no Orcs as Thanes in Skyrim. Credits: -Tamriel Rebuilt – name generator -Artisanix – Paintings and Frames - http://skyrim.nexusmods.com/mods/17423 Special thanks to Artisanix for making awesome paintings/frames resource. -Balok’s Tutorials – Creating Skyrim Oil Paintings - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k28k_6ChNks These were very helpful in teaching techniques for creating the paintings. Note: I am making a massive update for this mod, but it won't be released for some time. It will be including the other expansions, and I will be leaving this upload at version 1.2. The regular Skyrim version of the new update will be called Definitive Edition, and it will just be Pneuma Manor when I port it over to Special Edition.