Title pretty much explains the issue.
Here is my load order:
Something that I should note is that NMM had issues when installing Remodeled Armors for CBBE, and so I just abandoned trying to install it. It was the most recent mod that I installed/tried to install, but I do not know if it has any bearing on the CTDs, because I had installed several mods throughout the day previously.
Here is what the Papyrus log says after the crashes:
I went through your Load Order and have written some notes next to the names of the mods in the Quoted text above.
That said what I saw was
Immersive NPC in the Dark.ESP
Did you in fact read its comments page? How about Google up Dangerous Mods List and have a read.
Next I saw you went in for the full enslavement game....Alright Alright...
Next I saw you went in for putting every possible more NPC mod into your load order.
Then you added,
FNIS Sexy Walk, thing is now this mod needs to Assign a Walk to even more NPC's than normally in the game on a game that is chuck full of Devious Device Mods....That's quite a decision.
Next since that wasn't enough
Oh Hey this one tells me you were not reading front page descriptions of mods.
Immersive NPC AND you have "When Dragons Attack" AND you have "When Vampires Attack"
That's really funny cause
1) Immersive NPC does what "when attacks does"
2) "When Attacks......" Adds a script to NPC's now sure its done well but you have over 6 mods for adding additional NPC's to the game!
So not only do your extra NPC's from 500 mods have to have a Sexy Walk Assignment, they get 2 assignments from two different mods to run from dragons and they get 2 assignments to run from Vampires.
You have too many NPC's to Load in a World Space; like 6 patrol mods, 2 or 3 random encounter mods, 3 or 4 mods to place more npc's in towns, cities, and world spaces.
You have too many mods telling those NPC's what to do; Immersive NPC in the Dark (bad mod btw), When Dragons Attack, When Vampires Attack, Immersive NPC, FNIS sexy Walk, Potentially INEED, Deviously Enslaved, <------TOO MANY and more importantly many of these are in direct conflict with each other telling the NPC to do something else.
You have too many mods that will also compete with each other because they do the same things even if they are done in different ways. NOTE that load order wouldn't matter because of how the mods don't overwrite the same records even so all the changes go through, which means confused AI.
I wouldn't dream of this being a long term game even if I got it up and running honestly.
A 64-bit Skyrim on a NASA computer would not save this game with your load order.