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  1. Arthmoor

    [RELz] Storefront

    Congratulations on your recent marriage! Your spouse has a plan though. They would like to keep from going mentally insane from boredom while you're gone for weeks on end adventuring in strange lands. So they've informed you they'll be setting up a shop to keep busy while you're away. Except for one small detail. They want to do so from your shared abode. Does this really make sense? Should your spouse be putting the family home at risk in such a manner? No! They certainly should not. Every major city where you can buy a house has a market area that should have enough space to accommodate a small trading stall to serve this purpose. The only difference is that your spouse will not offer to buy, sell, or let you invest when they are not at the stand. So this mod will do exactly that. Now your spouse will operate a store from the market area in the city you are currently living in. Your spouse will man this stall during the normal daylight hours, then return home at night. You can come and collect your profits at any time just like normal. Yes, even though it's a bit daft, this will work for the Hearthfire houses as well since Bethesda made no provisions for turning off the shop functions when living in a Hearthfire home. If you have Thirteen Oranges' Laintar Dale and/or Oakwood installed, the market stand will be set up next to one of these locations instead since the two villages are close enough to be within walking distance of the houses in The Pale and Falkreath. As an added bonus, the shop will relocate with you if you move to a new city and there will be a chest at the stall that you can add items to in order to have them "sold" to the general public. The chest will be emptied out each day to simulate having sold the goods, and a varied amount of gold will be added to the standard marriage profits you can collect from your spouse. This provides not only a cool way to make some extra cash, but also to trim down your junk inventory in a somewhat more realistic way. If you choose to move into your spouse's original house (wherever that may be) then they will not operate a stand even if it's in one of the supported locations. Bethesda's spouse setup does not support this and I do not have any intention on editing the marriage quest to change this. Your spouse will almost certainly have an AI routine to follow when living in their house anyway. You will not have access to the chest to deposit your unwanted junk in while you are choosing to live in their home. Assuming certain conditions are met in mod added homes, this could also provide a means for allowing the spouse to run a shop from a mod added house. Download Locations AFK Mods Skyrim SE Nexus Bethesda.net - PC Bethesda.net - XB1 Installation Requirements Skyrim Special Edition 1.5.73 or greater. DO NOT extract the contents of the BSA file into your Data folder as loose files, or let your mod manager perform an equivalent function on the contents of the file. Doing so will cause things to load in the wrong order and break the game. Skyrim is intended to load a BSA alongside it's ESM/ESP file. Circumventing this causes issues which I will not provide support for. If you insist on going against this advice, you will receive no support for the problems you generate as a result of this. Installation - Wrye Bash BAIN Drop the archive into your Skyrim Special Edition Mods\Bash Installers folder, then install as usual. Make sure the mod is active in the Wrye Bash mods tab. Installation - Nexus Mod Manager Use the "Download with Manager" button on the Storefront page at Skyrim Nexus. The installer should take care of things from there. Then simply make sure NMM has the mod activated. Installation - Manual Drop the Storefront.esp and Storefront.bsa files into your Data folder. Activate the mod using whatever management tool suits you. Uninstalling Due to the nature of Skyrim mods, especially those adding scripts, it is strongly discouraged to attempt uninstalling a mod from your active game. Any mod that is more than pure mesh or texture replacements has the possibility to leave behind permanent changes to your save that you may not want. This is not something modders can correct for. It is how the game was designed by Bethesda. No support will be provided for anyone who uninstalls this mod from an active game and continues on with that save. To remove the mod: Delete the Storefront.esp and Storefront.bsa files from your Data folder. Then reload your game as usual. Load Order Should be set to load alongside other mods affecting cities. Load before Open Cities Skyrim. LOOT should be used for optimal placement. Compatibility 100% compatible with Open Cities Skyrim. This mod will generate compatibility problems with any other mod adding market stands to the 5 vanilla closed cities that may end up occupying space close to them. The same is true of any mod which may extensively alter the areas in front of the 3 Hearthfire houses. No navmeshes have been edited in this mod so there should be no trouble from navmesh conflicts. Any mods which alter the RelationshipMarriageFIN quest and change how the spouse's store settings or house assignment settings work will likely interfere. Should be fully compatible with marrying Vilja as she is set to trigger the vanilla marriage system once her wedding quest concludes. Serana as a spouse is not compatible because her "Mental Model" quest runs at too high a priority and any mod shutting that down would break most of her functions anyway. Known Issues When first initializing itself, the mod will throw one error in the Papyrus log about being unable to manipulate a "None" object. This is expected and will not happen again on subsequent updates. Disclaimer This mod is not made, guaranteed, or supported by Zenimax, Bethesda Game Studios, or any of their affiliates.
  2. Arthmoor

    Storefront

    Version 2.0.3

    43 downloads

    Congratulations on your recent marriage! Your spouse has a plan though. They would like to keep from going mentally insane from boredom while you're gone for weeks on end adventuring in strange lands. So they've informed you they'll be setting up a shop to keep busy while you're away. Except for one small detail. They want to do so from your shared abode. Does this really make sense? Should your spouse be putting the family home at risk in such a manner? No! They certainly should not. Every major city where you can buy a house has a market area that should have enough space to accommodate a small trading stall to serve this purpose. The only difference is that your spouse will not offer to buy, sell, or let you invest when they are not at the stand. So this mod will do exactly that. Now your spouse will operate a store from the market area in the city you are currently living in. Your spouse will man this stall during the normal daylight hours, then return home at night. You can come and collect your profits at any time just like normal. Yes, even though it's a bit daft, this will work for the Hearthfire houses as well since Bethesda made no provisions for turning off the shop functions when living in a Hearthfire home. If you have Thirteen Oranges' Laintar Dale and/or Oakwood installed, the market stand will be set up next to one of these locations instead since the two villages are close enough to be within walking distance of the houses in The Pale and Falkreath. As an added bonus, the shop will relocate with you if you move to a new city and there will be a chest at the stall that you can add items to in order to have them "sold" to the general public. The chest will be emptied out each day to simulate having sold the goods, and a varied amount of gold will be added to the standard marriage profits you can collect from your spouse. This provides not only a cool way to make some extra cash, but also to trim down your junk inventory in a somewhat more realistic way. If you choose to move into your spouse's original house (wherever that may be) then they will not operate a stand even if it's in one of the supported locations. Bethesda's spouse setup does not support this and I do not have any intention on editing the marriage quest to change this. Your spouse will almost certainly have an AI routine to follow when living in their house anyway. You will not have access to the chest to deposit your unwanted junk in while you are choosing to live in their home. Assuming certain conditions are met in mod added homes, this could also provide a means for allowing the spouse to run a shop from a mod added house.
  3. I am running into a somewhat rare but annoying bug within Hearthfire's house/homestead building feature. More specifically, I cannot build the player homestead Heljarchen Hall, and cannot progress the associated radiant quest (BYOHHousePale). I have attempted to build the house alone and the main hall addition, but nothing gets visibly built in my game. The rocks and debris that should be removed in lieu of the house plot remain through the whole building process for me. Also, the quest to build does not advance after arriving at the carpenter's workbench (stage 110), no matter what I do. Doing a little research, some people have success deactivating all of their mods (perhaps some touch the cell here or touch the wildlife spawns), so I deactivated all of the plugins that I use that I know edit the landscape or wildlife, but that did not work for me. I have also read that some folks run into this if they complete the construction of the Windstad Manor homestead before beginning the Heljarchen Hall construction, which is true for me as well. However, I did this a long time ago, so I can't just revert to an old save and not build Windstad Manor first. Can anyone offer any workaround suggestions for me, or perhaps attempt to patch this issue in USSEP? A STEP moderator seemed to think it was possible to patch in this forum post, having looked into the game scripts. This isn't some game-breaking issue for me, so I'll live without Heljarchen Hall, but I thought I would reach out about it. Attached is an image of the ground where the hall should be in my game having just constructed both the house and main hall addition.
  4. Arthmoor

    Storefront

    Version 1.0.7

    508 downloads

    Congratulation on your recent marriage! Your spouse has a plan though. They would like to keep from going mentally insane from boredom while you're gone for weeks on end adventuring in strange lands. So they've informed you they'll be setting up a shop to keep busy while you're away. Except for one small detail. They want to do so from your shared abode. Does this really make sense? Should your spouse be putting the family home at risk in such a manner? No! They certainly should not. Every major city where you can buy a house has a market area that should have enough space to accommodate a small trading stall to serve this purpose. The only difference is that your spouse will not offer to buy, sell, or let you invest when they are not at the stand. So this mod will do exactly that. Now your spouse will operate a store from the market area in the city you are currently living in. Your spouse will man this stall during the normal daylight hours, then return home at night. You can come and collect your profits at any time just like normal. Yes, even though it's a bit daft, this will work for the Hearthfire houses as well since Bethesda made no provisions for turning off the shop functions when living in a Hearthfire home. If you have Thirteen Oranges' Laintar Dale and/or Oakwood installed, the market stand will be set up next to one of these locations instead since the two villages are close enough to be within walking distance of the houses in The Pale and Falkreath. As an added bonus, the shop will relocate with you if you move to a new city and there will be a chest at the stall that you can add items to in order to have them "sold" to the general public. The chest will be emptied out each day to simulate having sold the goods, and a varied amount of gold will be added to the standard marriage profits you can collect from your spouse. This provides not only a cool way to make some extra cash, but also to trim down your junk inventory in a somewhat more realistic way. If you choose to move into your spouse's original house (wherever that may be) then they will not operate a stand even if it's in one of the supported locations. Bethesda's spouse setup does not support this and I do not have any intention on editing the marriage quest to change this. Your spouse will almost certainly have an AI routine to follow when living in their house anyway. You will not have access to the chest to deposit your unwanted junk in while you are choosing to live in their home. Assuming certain conditions are met in mod added homes, this could also provide a means for allowing the spouse to run a shop from a mod added house. Installation Requirements Official Skyrim patch 1.9.32.0.8 or greater. Official Hearthfire DLC.
  5. EDIT - 11:14, 26 Aug 2016: After starting a new game with all the below mods disabled, I found the bug stopped. Now it's just the process of finding whether or not it's caused by a single mod or a clash between two or more. I do know, however, that it is not caused by UFO4 Patch. Not by itself. EDIT 2 - 12:22, 26 Aug 2016: I believe I've found the culprit and am testing to see if any other mods produce the same effect - DarkStar Radio seems to be the mod responsible. EDIT 3 - 14:47, 26 Aug 2016: I found that the mod causing the error is DarkStar Radio by creeperking31. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Recently I've noticed a rather annoying little bug. I didn't see anyone else speak of it so I will. I don't know if it's being caused by one of the mods I have installed (I'll provide a list at the end) or just a new bug in a Bethesda game. Anyway, in the home the PC starts with in sanctuary hills, after going to the vault and coming back, has broken walls. It's like everything is shifted to the right by a bit and it's very easy to get caught inside one of the walls simply by walking up to it. What with how long it takes to reload files after changing the mod order and then loading a gamesave, I just don't have enough patience to single out which mod is causing the error, if it's a mod bug at all. As it is on the console, I don't have a good way of taking a screenshot and posting it along with my text. Also, I should mention that this isn't my own console or game, I'm borrowing them from a friend and I'm trying to get this resolved before he takes it back which could be in a few days as he wants to play when Nuka World is released, for obvious reasons. Current Mod List: Unofficial Fallout 4 Patch by Arthmoor Cheat Terminal[Xbox One] by NexusAU Settlement Limits Slashed: Xbox Version by Trainwiz Vanilla Crafting Expansion by Fruckert Blacksmith's Crafting Expansion Version 27by mattdamon420 Vault-Tec Workshop - Power Conduit Radius Increase and No Build Limit by StormLord Unlocking Ballistic Weave with Other Factions [Xbox One] by crazysam10 - currently disabled Surprise MF (XBOX) by MrMibs M1918 BAR by PimplyPete Remington Model 1858 by PimplyPete Modular Kalash (XB1 Version) by DOOMBASED Modular Simonov PTRS-41 Anti-Tank Rifle by kazumamqj WWII Colt 1911 (XB1) by leo2link Desert Eagle (XB1 Version) by DOOMBASED M60 Light Machine Gun by TrainsCDG - Currently Disabled [XB1] The Gunslinger Outfits by TheRealElianora Communist Army's outfit (XB1) by Satojomov Classic Army Helmet by Satojomov NCR Veteran Ranger Armor (XB1) by unoctium [XB1] Slooty Vault Jumpsuit by TheRealElianora [XB1] Unlimited Companion Framework by expired6978 [X1] Minuteman Waving Flag [Workshop Object] by Cryax98 DD_Xboners_Castle_wall_patches - I don't know who made this, I think it was removed or replaced at some point as it has no description The 80's Mix (Xbox) by SpentCasing Awesome Mix Vol. 1 by Illustrious DarkStar Radio (Xb1) by creeperking31
  6. Arthmoor

    [RELz] Storefront

    Congratulations on your recent marriage! Your spouse has a plan though. They would like to keep from going mentally insane from boredom while you're gone for weeks on end adventuring in strange lands. So they've informed you they'll be setting up a shop to keep busy while you're away. Except for one small detail. They want to do so from your shared abode. Does this really make sense? Should your spouse be putting the family home at risk in such a manner? No! They certainly should not. Every major city where you can buy a house has a market area that should have enough space to accommodate a small trading stall to serve this purpose. The only difference is that your spouse will not offer to buy, sell, or let you invest when they are not at the stand. So this mod will do exactly that. Now your spouse will operate a store from the market area in the city you are currently living in. Your spouse will man this stall during the normal daylight hours, then return home at night. You can come and collect your profits at any time just like normal. Yes, even though it's a bit daft, this will work for the Hearthfire houses as well since Bethesda made no provisions for turning off the shop functions when living in a Hearthfire home. If you have Thirteen Oranges' Laintar Dale and/or Oakwood installed, the market stand will be set up next to one of these locations instead since the two villages are close enough to be within walking distance of the houses in The Pale and Falkreath. As an added bonus, the shop will relocate with you if you move to a new city and there will be a chest at the stall that you can add items to in order to have them "sold" to the general public. The chest will be emptied out each day to simulate having sold the goods, and a varied amount of gold will be added to the standard marriage profits you can collect from your spouse. This provides not only a cool way to make some extra cash, but also to trim down your junk inventory in a somewhat more realistic way. If you choose to move into your spouse's original house (wherever that may be) then they will not operate a stand even if it's in one of the supported locations. Bethesda's spouse setup does not support this and I do not have any intention on editing the marriage quest to change this. Your spouse will almost certainly have an AI routine to follow when living in their house anyway. You will not have access to the chest to deposit your unwanted junk in while you are choosing to live in their home. Assuming certain conditions are met in mod added homes, this could also provide a means for allowing the spouse to run a shop from a mod added house. Download Locations AFK Mods Skyrim Nexus The Assimilation Lab Installation Requirements Official Skyrim patch 1.9.32.0.8 or greater. Official Hearthfire DLC. Installation - Wrye Bash BAIN Drop the archive into your Skyrim Mods\Bash Installers folder, then install as usual. Make sure the mod is active in the Wrye Bash mods tab. Installation - Nexus Mod Manager Use the "Download with Manager" button on the page at Skyrim Nexus. The installer should take care of things from there. Then simply make sure NMM has the mod activated. Installation - Manual Drop the Storefront.esp and Storefront.bsa files into your Data folder. Activate the mod using whatever management tool suits you. Uninstalling Due to the nature of Skyrim mods, especially those adding scripts, it is strongly discouraged to attempt uninstalling a mod from your active game. Any mod that is more than pure mesh or texture replacements has the possibility to leave behind permanent changes to your save that you may not want. This is not something modders can correct for. It is how the game was designed by Bethesda. No support will be provided for anyone who uninstalls this mod from an active game and continues on with that save. To remove the mod: Delete the Storefront.esp and Storefront.bsa from your Data folder. Then reload your game as usual. Load Order Should be set to load alongside other mods affecting cities. Load before Open Cities Skyrim. LOOT should be used for optimal placement. Compatibility 100% compatible with Open Cities Skyrim. This mod will generate compatibility problems with any other mod adding market stands to the 5 vanilla closed cities that may end up occupying space close to them. The same is true of any mod which may extensively alter the areas in front of the 3 Hearthfire houses. No navmeshes have been edited in this mod so there should be no trouble from navmesh conflicts. Any mods which alter the RelationshipMarriageFIN quest and change how the spouse's store settings or house assignment settings work will likely interfere. Should be fully compatible with marrying Vilja as she is set to trigger the vanilla marriage system once her wedding quest concludes. Serana as a spouse is not compatible because her "Mental Model" quest runs at too high a priority and any mod shutting that down would break most of her functions anyway. Known Issues When first initializing itself, the mod will throw one error in the Papyrus log about being unable to manipulate a "None" object. This is expected and will not happen again on subsequent updates. In a game started on versions 1.0.2 through 1.0.6, the control quest alias for the player could be wiped out with no way to reset it. If this has happened to you, then the spouse will no longer be able to use the stall for the life of that save. This was due to the bug just fixed in 1.0.7 which has been around for 2 years now. Several methods were tried to repopulate the alias without success on a damaged save. New games begun from 1.0.7 onward will be fine, as will games started on version 1.0.1 or 1.0. Disclaimer This mod is not made, guaranteed, or supported by Zenimax, Bethesda Game Studios, or any of their affiliates.

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