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  1. [RELz] Of Dungeons and Abodes

    File Name: Of Dungeons and Abodes File Submitter: Darkelfguy File Submitted: 25 Apr 2016 File Category: Dungeons & Houses Description In the sleepy town of Gnaar Mok, a young Dunmer by the name of Daviimir Velodil searches frantically for his missing uncle. Naive and scared about the dangers of the world, he worries desperately about his beloved uncle, an estranged and distant relative of the family known for his bouts of adventuring and fighting lust, even in his old age. It may already be too late, months have passed without word, and Velodil Manor lies dark among the sunken swamps of the Bitter Coast. Will you help this poor distraught fellow find out the secrets of Velodil Manor? And what will you find? A hearty hearth of warmth and comfort, or a cold lair of hostility and death? And will you help rebuild the legacy of the Velodil family name? Well now, that's up to you, the player, to decide and find out for yourself! Of Dungeons and Abodes is, essentially, a dungeon, house,and quest mod all rolled into one, with an overarching story and a number of fleshed out characters for you to meet. You'll go on a typical adventure, clearing out creatures and looting along the way, as you would do in any dungeon mod, but there's a catch here, if you're willing to do a few quests and spend a little gold, every part of this dungeon can become a part of an ever growing home to call your own. Clear out one dungeon, rebuild, and make yourself at home, only to find another dungeon waiting for you to go adventuring again, and to add to your growing base once more. You can even expand your manor in other ways, contracting out for new construction and hiring on new characters to provide additional services. Keep in mind this mod isn't designed to be finished in an hour, or even two. There's enough content here for about three~four hours of play, but it's spread out over time, so you can gradually keep finding new things to do with Velodil Manor, even months after you've moved in. But I won't spoil the whole thing here, you'll just have to see for yourself. The first part of the dungeon is geared for players at a recommended level of between level 8 and level 10. The second dungeon is a bit more difficult, and you'll need to be about level 15 to have a decent challenge. Voting now open for additional features for Velodil Manor! Go cast your votes for what you'd like to see in the next major update to Of Dungeons and Abodes! *Cleaned with Morrowind Enchanted Editor* Features Included in version 1.0 of "Of Dungeons and Abodes": 2 New Dungeons involving the secrets of Velodil Manor 4 New Quests to unlock the potential of your abode A large manor, including numerous display halls (including display mannequins), a kitchen, library, dining area, ingredient gardens, alchemy lab (with labeled ingredient jars), magic lab, master bedroom, and more that you'll have to unlock over time An expandable exterior, with new dock additions and transport services you can unlock. A teleport amulet you can get through one of the quests for convenience. 3 Fully fleshed out characters to meet Over 15,000 words of creative writing with dialogue,flavor documents, and journals for you to discover Morrowind Rebirth Compatibility High Capacity Storage Containers And Much More! The Morrowind Modder's Challenge and Release Trailer "Of Dungeons and Abodes" is the first mod in the Morrowind Modder's Challenge series. What's that, you might be wondering? The basic premise is that people can issue me a challenge to build a mod within a mere 32 days or a single month, and I'll video record the major design decisions outlining my interpretation of that challenge and the various difficulties of trying to meet the challenge within such a limited time-frame. Succeed or fail, I have to release the mod at the end of one month's time. Since this was the first go with this series, I basically issued myself a challenge and "Of Dungeons and Abodes" was the result. But now that this first mod has been released, you can issue your own challenges! Check out our thread on the Bethesda forums or the for more details. Click here to download this file
  2. Of Dungeons and Abodes

    Version 1.0

    98 downloads

    Description In the sleepy town of Gnaar Mok, a young Dunmer by the name of Daviimir Velodil searches frantically for his missing uncle. Naive and scared about the dangers of the world, he worries desperately about his beloved uncle, an estranged and distant relative of the family known for his bouts of adventuring and fighting lust, even in his old age. It may already be too late, months have passed without word, and Velodil Manor lies dark among the sunken swamps of the Bitter Coast. Will you help this poor distraught fellow find out the secrets of Velodil Manor? And what will you find? A hearty hearth of warmth and comfort, or a cold lair of hostility and death? And will you help rebuild the legacy of the Velodil family name? Well now, that's up to you, the player, to decide and find out for yourself! Of Dungeons and Abodes is, essentially, a dungeon, house,and quest mod all rolled into one, with an overarching story and a number of fleshed out characters for you to meet. You'll go on a typical adventure, clearing out creatures and looting along the way, as you would do in any dungeon mod, but there's a catch here, if you're willing to do a few quests and spend a little gold, every part of this dungeon can become a part of an ever growing home to call your own. Clear out one dungeon, rebuild, and make yourself at home, only to find another dungeon waiting for you to go adventuring again, and to add to your growing base once more. You can even expand your manor in other ways, contracting out for new construction and hiring on new characters to provide additional services. Keep in mind this mod isn't designed to be finished in an hour, or even two. There's enough content here for about three~four hours of play, but it's spread out over time, so you can gradually keep finding new things to do with Velodil Manor, even months after you've moved in. But I won't spoil the whole thing here, you'll just have to see for yourself. The first part of the dungeon is geared for players at a recommended level of between level 8 and level 10. The second dungeon is a bit more difficult, and you'll need to be about level 15 to have a decent challenge. Voting now open for additional features for Velodil Manor! Go cast your votes for what you'd like to see in the next major update to Of Dungeons and Abodes! *Cleaned with Morrowind Enchanted Editor* Features Included in version 1.0 of "Of Dungeons and Abodes": 2 New Dungeons involving the secrets of Velodil Manor 4 New Quests to unlock the potential of your abode A large manor, including numerous display halls (including display mannequins), a kitchen, library, dining area, ingredient gardens, alchemy lab (with labeled ingredient jars), magic lab, master bedroom, and more that you'll have to unlock over time An expandable exterior, with new dock additions and transport services you can unlock. A teleport amulet you can get through one of the quests for convenience. 3 Fully fleshed out characters to meet Over 15,000 words of creative writing with dialogue,flavor documents, and journals for you to discover Morrowind Rebirth Compatibility High Capacity Storage Containers And Much More! The Morrowind Modder's Challenge and Release Trailer "Of Dungeons and Abodes" is the first mod in the Morrowind Modder's Challenge series. What's that, you might be wondering? The basic premise is that people can issue me a challenge to build a mod within a mere 32 days or a single month, and I'll video record the major design decisions outlining my interpretation of that challenge and the various difficulties of trying to meet the challenge within such a limited time-frame. Succeed or fail, I have to release the mod at the end of one month's time. Since this was the first go with this series, I basically issued myself a challenge and "Of Dungeons and Abodes" was the result. But now that this first mod has been released, you can issue your own challenges! Check out our thread on the Bethesda forums or the for more details.
  3. Dragon Claw Stands

    Version 1.1

    114 downloads

    A simple mod to provide display stands for your dragon claws. People like to display their collectibles in their homes. I am no different, but I've always wanted a way to do the same with the dragon claw keys used on the Nord ruin puzzle doors one they're of no use anymore. It always seemed silly to just toss them in a chest and forget about them since they're among the more unique things about the game. So the idea came up to make a display stand for the claws, but not just any display stand. One that was somewhat unique and fitting with their style and purpose. Thanks to some help from the folks at AFK Mods, this is now a reality Each vanilla player home, as well as the 3 Hearthfire homes, and Severin Manor in Raven Rock, now have display stands in various numbers. Simply have one or more of the claws in your inventory and activate the stand. If you have only one, it will be automatically displayed. If you have more than one, it will ask you which one you want to display, in much the same way the Paragon Gem platform in Falmer Valley does with Paragon Gems. If you should want it back for some reason, simply activate the stand a second time and it will be returned to your inventory. Under the hood, the mod takes the claw from your inventory, puts it into a hidden chest, and then places a clone of it in the visible world. When the claw is removed from the stand, the original copy in the chest is placed into your inventory and the clone is deleted to ensure there is no save bloating from creating multiple claws repeatedly. This is done in case the claw is marked in a quest alias somewhere so that the alias is not disrupted. Not all houses can display every claw due to limited space. Severin Manor is the only one with enough space to hold all 10 in the same cell. The Hearthfire houses split them up between the Main Hall and the basement, and all of the vanilla houses can only hold some. For example, Breezehome only has room for 4, while Proudspire Manor can hold up to 7. The placement of the stands are also tied to certain room upgrades, except for Severin Manor where they all get enabled once the player owns the property. As an added bonus, if other mods add more dragon claws, they can be added to the formlist used to track the vanilla game claws. All they would need is a script to access the formlist and add their base object to that list. The only condition is you would need to be sure the mod added claw is the only one in your inventory when you want to place it. This is due to limitations on how the menu works when asking for a claw. My Patreon Page: https://www.patreon.com/arthmoor Installation Requirements Official Skyrim patch 1.9.32.0.8 or greater. Official Hearthfire DLC. Official Dragonborn 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 Dragon Claw Stands.esp and Dragon Claw Stands.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: Reclaim any dragon claws on display. If you don't, they will be lost forever. Then delete the Dragon Claw Stands.esp and Dragon Claw Stands.bsa from your Data folder and reload your game as usual. Load Order Place before any mods which may alter the lighting data for any of the supported housing. LOOT (https://loot.github.io/) should be used for optimal placement. Compatibility May have minor conflicts with other mods that alter vanilla homes, the Hearthfire homes, or Severin Manor. Should be 100% compatible with any texture replacements for dragon claws. Not compatible with mods that change the default dragon claw meshes due to the non-colliding display models this mod uses. Known Issues When placing a claw, you may hear NPCs comment on it saying things like "Be careful" or "Watch what you're doing". This appears to be unavoidable due to how the claws need to be placed into the world. Credits Dwip - For the custom made claw stand mesh. Hana - For providing the collision on the custom mesh, and for helping to resolve some Nifskope issues with it as well. Bethesda - For the Paragon Gem script in Dawnguard that led to the solution to make this mod work to begin with. Disclaimer This mod is not made, guaranteed, or supported by Zenimax, Bethesda Game Studios, or any of their affiliates.
  4. [RELz] Dragon Claw Stands

    Dragon Claw Stands View File A simple mod to provide display stands for your dragon claws. People like to display their collectibles in their homes. I am no different, but I've always wanted a way to do the same with the dragon claw keys used on the Nord ruin puzzle doors one they're of no use anymore. It always seemed silly to just toss them in a chest and forget about them since they're among the more unique things about the game. So the idea came up to make a display stand for the claws, but not just any display stand. One that was somewhat unique and fitting with their style and purpose. Thanks to some help from the folks at AFK Mods, this is now a reality Each vanilla player home, as well as the 3 Hearthfire homes, and Severin Manor in Raven Rock, now have display stands in various numbers. Simply have one or more of the claws in your inventory and activate the stand. If you have only one, it will be automatically displayed. If you have more than one, it will ask you which one you want to display, in much the same way the Paragon Gem platform in Falmer Valley does with Paragon Gems. If you should want it back for some reason, simply activate the stand a second time and it will be returned to your inventory. Under the hood, the mod takes the claw from your inventory, puts it into a hidden chest, and then places a clone of it in the visible world. When the claw is removed from the stand, the original copy in the chest is placed into your inventory and the clone is deleted to ensure there is no save bloating from creating multiple claws repeatedly. This is done in case the claw is marked in a quest alias somewhere so that the alias is not disrupted. Not all houses can display every claw due to limited space. Severin Manor is the only one with enough space to hold all 10 in the same cell. The Hearthfire houses split them up between the Main Hall and the basement, and all of the vanilla houses can only hold some. For example, Breezehome only has room for 4, while Proudspire Manor can hold up to 7. The placement of the stands are also tied to certain room upgrades, except for Severin Manor where they all get enabled once the player owns the property. As an added bonus, if other mods add more dragon claws, they can be added to the formlist used to track the vanilla game claws. All they would need is a script to access the formlist and add their base object to that list. The only condition is you would need to be sure the mod added claw is the only one in your inventory when you want to place it. This is due to limitations on how the menu works when asking for a claw. Installation Requirements Official Skyrim patch 1.9.32.0.8 or greater. Official Hearthfire DLC. Official Dragonborn 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 - Steam Workshop Subscribe to the mod via the Workshop page, then use the Skyrim launcher to allow it to download and install. Make sure it's active in the Data Files menu. 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 Dragon Claw Stands.esp and Dragon Claw Stands.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: Reclaim any dragon claws on display. If you don't, they will be lost forever. Then delete the Dragon Claw Stands.esp and Dragon Claw Stands.bsa from your Data folder and reload your game as usual. Load Order Place before any mods which may alter the lighting data for any of the supported housing. LOOT (http://loot.github.io/) should be used for optimal placement. Compatibility May have minor conflicts with other mods that alter vanilla homes, the Hearthfire homes, or Severin Manor. Should be 100% compatible with any texture replacements for dragon claws. Not compatible with mods that change the default dragon claw meshes due to the non-colliding display models this mod uses. Known Issues When placing a claw, you may hear NPCs comment on it saying things like "Be careful" or "Watch what you're doing". This appears to be unavoidable due to how the claws need to be placed into the world. Credits Dwip - For the custom made claw stand mesh. Hana - For providing the collision on the custom mesh, and for helping to resolve some Nifskope issues with it as well. Bethesda - For the Paragon Gem script in Dawnguard that led to the solution to make this mod work to begin with. Submitter Arthmoor Submitted 10/07/2015 Category Dungeons & Houses  
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