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So everyone is familiar with the grey cowl of nocturnal right.
I think I may have found a way to make a multiplayer system for oblivion.
The cowl essentially makes a separate character with the same stats when you wear it. So put it on a follower and run a multiplayer script and you should have some sort of multiplayer.(this has been bothering me for a while) so can someone check this please
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hello! i got skyrim SE a few months ago, and am now deciding to invest time into the game. what mods should i add to the game? i am wanting mods to mainly make my experience better, and keep it as close as possible to vanilla skyrim, but adding cool features.
I just found out that not only my image was removed from a page, but that it became a candidate for deletion because of that, all without a notice. Had I not looked at my contributions feed, I would not have had a chance to contest the deletion. I thought it was custom to notify a user (through his/her talk page) in such case. What's up with that?
Also, I was very pleasantly surprised to find out about the sale, why wouldn't other players?
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I'm starting the Dawnguard questline, and I just arrived the castle of the Volkihar Clan. The Harkon guy is offering me to become a Vampire Lord, and I was wondering if it's worth it over the Dawnguard? You become weak in sunlight and have to feed, so that seems like a pain, but, all these special perks and spells seem cool. Also, if I join the Volkihar, does that mean it has its own questline and I have to fight against the Dawnguard? And if I don't become a Vampire Lord, will Serana still be available as a follower?
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For me, I like to imagine that after my Dovakin did Sheogorrath's quest, Sheogorrath began to appear to appear to the Dovakin as the Hero of Kvatch in his dreams, or sometimes in his mind to give advice or wisdom. After all, my canon KOK is my Canon DB's great, great, great Grandmother. My Vestige also appears as a Spirit Advisor to my canon HOK, as they both are a reincarnated hero from my own headcanon.
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Will adopted children bring home a pet if they already have a dog? Or the other way around (if they both have pets, will they want the dog?).
Can I force them to adopt a pet, for example with spawning the pet with console commands? (I’ll test this one out and write the result below)
I told Lydia to wait in a cage then left. A week later (IRL) it said she left my service but she is still in the cell.
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How much cocaine (or however you spell it ) would it take to get a giant drunk?
I put a companion on the pillar of sacrifice, and then fast traveled away, but they could not follow and were just standing with their feet awkwardly shifting.
Lore wise who do you think will win the Civil War between the Imperials & Stormcloaks? It’s a difficult subject, because since the truce between the Imperials and Stormcloaks would most likely be canon I’m assuming the Stormcloaks would gain control of Markarth & the Imperials gain control of Riften.
Now could someone explain the tactical advantages of Ulfric gaining The Reach other then the materials mined from Cihdna Mine & having a very powerful and influential man as Jarl of the City (Thronar Silver-blood). The Stormcloaks in The Reach would be divided of from the rest of the Stormcloaks as the Hjaalmarch, Haagingaar & Falkreath, all imperial controlled holds are between The Reach & the rest of the Stormcloak controlled land, yes they could travel through Whiterun since Whiterun has not yet chose sides in the Civil War during the events of the truce, but there’s probably just as many Imperials as there are Stormcloaks in the area due to it probably being a safer hold for the sides to roam around in compared to roaming a hold controlled by the opposing side. But Tulius and the Jarls thst support him could send a small garrison of troops to help take back The Reach.
I don’t know how much more of an advantage the Imperials having Riften would be compared to the Stormcloaks having Markarth, because while Maven a very influential and powerful woman is Jarl of Riften when the imperials take Riften, there’s not anything I could think off that would give them a tactical advantage by controlling Riften, the place is a bit off a shit hole riddled with Thieves & Skooma dealers, it seems a bit poor with the only nobility being the Black-briars & Snow-shods, Maven has ties with the Thieves Guild and Dark Brotherhood but they don’t want anything to do with the war, and there’s no resources in Riften that would give the imperials a real advantage, Riften probably has the biggest fishery and there’s a lot of fisherman there but does fish really give the imperials an advantage in the war? No it doesn’t. Plus the closest city to Riften is Windhelm, the heart of the Stormcloaks, Ulfric could march down with his troops and easily take back the city, while troops from Falkreath could aid Riften, Falkreath is still a minor city and is probably quite weak and they wouldn’t be able to spare many troops so I don’t think Falkreath aiding Riften will change the results much if Ulfric was too march on Riften.
Also if the Stormcloaks won the civil war do you think the Empire would send troops from Cyrodiil to start another Civil war? I think that would be a bit of a stupid idea tho since Ulfric would have all 9 holds at his back and 5 of them being major cities.
But who do you think would win the civil war lore wise? Do you think it will be revealed to us in TEA VI, or to prevent upsetting certain fans who would apparently quit TES if Bethesda chose a winning sides which is quite pathetic for someone to quit a game for that reason, maybe they could just say they signed a treaty and stopped fighting and Skyrim was divided into Eastern Skyrim, and Western Skyrim, I mean in the second era Skyrim was divided into East & West, East being controlled by the Ebonheart Pact and west controlled by an idiotic High king who was secretly maniacal Vampire fuck. But does that seem likely for Ulfric to sign a treaty? I mean the whole reason he started the war was because the Empire signed the White Gold concordat treads right? So it would be kinda ironic for him to sign a peace treaty, the only reason he agreed to the truce was so the Dragonborn could deal with Alduin, which makes sense because if Alduin destroyed the world then there would be no Skyrim left for Ulfric to fight for.
So who do you think will win the civil war in lore?
I’m thinking of learning how to make mods. If I do, what kind of mods would you like and use details please, I get confused easily. I might not be able to make all of your ideas so I’ll hold a vote afterwards to see which ones I’ll make.
Now I know on the 30th Evening Star Molag Bal’s summoning day females are offered to Molag Bal and undergo a ritual to become pure blood vampires, but I haven’t seen any mentions of males undergoing this ritual, so that makes me wonder can only males contract vampirism from Molag Bal directly which would means for a male to become a pure blooded vampire they would have to contract it from another pure blooded vampire?
Also how exactly does the ritual work to make a Daughter of Coldharbour? We know that the first Vampire Lamae Bal was raped by Molag Bal who shed a droplet of blood on her brow said to be the spawn of Vamprism, then left her to die, she was found by a nomadic tribe who attempted to heal her but where unsuccessful, when they tried to cremate her she rode up from the dead and emerged as the first pure blooded vampire, she then ripped the throats out of all the tribeswoman, ate the eyes of the children and raped all the men, that what’s I’ve read any way. So the ritual for someone to become a daughter of Coldharbour, do they undergo the same experience as Lamae Bal getting raped by Molag Bal and having blood containing Vamprism shed on their face which results in them becoming pure blooded vampires IF they survive the ordeal?
So i have decided that my character is going to marrry either Taarie or Revyn, when i get finish most questlines. So which one is best
While fooling around in the Sheogorath quest "The Mind of Madness" I came across a door on the edge of the map. This door leads to an area called The Mind of a Madman. At first it appears to lead to a normal house, albeit empty with the exception of two Nordic doors. The first of which leads back to the main quest area and the second deeper into the new area.
The second area, is a corridor of a Nordic ruin, at the end it leads to somesteps and then just the floor of the map, with some bits floating around.
Then I looked up, and realised that the ruin is containing within a much larger cave. So I went back to the house and no-cliped out of it to descover that it is contained with a large Nordic ruin, and sat apon a table. Then going further out you can see that both areas are contained within the same map.
The whole thing is quite weird and interesting and does not appear to be mentioned on the Wiki. Though it is possible it is part of the Cutting Room floor mod, but that still only adds back in disbled bits of code. So either way it is a part of the base game.
Not be able to play Skyrim for some time?
Or have to restart with no mods?
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If you decapitate a guard there will be an invisible head that is hard to see. Did anyone else notice?
It says there’s new/updated featured mods for Halloween, and that one of them is a Daedric house, but I’ve checked both mods and CC and there’s nothing that related to daedra at all and that’s pretty disappointing.