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Workings, notes and releases of Misplaced Reality's mods.

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Nexus, or How I Turned a Modding Community Into a Totalitarian State

We need to have a chat, fellow modders. Yes, all of you, that like me have created some work, and uploaded it to Nexus, or perhaps on LoversLab, or some other website. If you are not aware then you will know that Nexus, the currently largest Skyrim modding community decided to change its policies and terms of service1.   Now you will be asking "So, what?" "How does this affect me?" "I don't have any problem with that." Well, I will introduce you to the problem at hand with Nexus; you are an as

Misplaced Reality

Misplaced Reality

Post-mortem Analysis: Books of Skyrim

There's always a certain aspect of Skyrim that may be overlooked by most players; the books within the game; from the popular "Lusty Argonian Maid" to the famous "Black Arrow" tales. However, a modder here, on LoversLab didn't overlook the books and he actually went ahead and made his own mod that introduced a whole new set of books into the world of Skyrim, adding further into the immersion of the game.   So, I was able to meet Thulas through the recently-made LoversLab IRC channel and he was

Misplaced Reality

Misplaced Reality

Gulra-style citations, stylizing mod credits

While I browse modding communities, but most specifically LoversLab, I notice that we lack a common citation method. Now, I am not going to enforce anything upon you, but please, consider this suggestion when you are about to upload some work that also has more people and mods involved.   I am also aware that most authors (if not all) give credits properly to the correct authors. The Gulra-style citation only exists (and can exist) after the first requirement is fulfilled which is that people

Misplaced Reality

Misplaced Reality

Project Aetherius: Part 1 - The Planning Board

There's always something on my head, always something I want to make; to create, and I start fantasizing about this "thing" that is yet formless, that stays as an abstract series of thoughts and chaos in my head until I sit down and prepare myself to put all these ideas into something real. There are several steps throughout a mod's creation and for Project Aetherius the first step has been completed. However, I feel like sharing what I have done in this "first step" towards my mod's creation.

Misplaced Reality

Misplaced Reality

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