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Umbra Nensei

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    Realm 0, Ricefields, Edge of the Omniverse
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  1. Yeah, that might be the best approach. And all things considered it's probably not a good idea to get into an old game like Oblivion with the sole intent of blowing up it's graphics. I'll give the link you've sent a good read in the meanwhile, cheers for the help.
  2. BANNED! For putting too small a text in your profile pic to even read it. Why would you do that man? When I went to your profile to preview the pic, the preview of that pic was still to small to read, I feel as if someone just Rick Roll'd me. I demand a refund and I want to speak with the thread manager.
  3. For the record, I'm not completely new to this, I did play Oblivion some 4 or so years ago, but way back when I barely knew my way around modding, so my list was very limited. I'm looking to get into Oblivion modded playthrough, but obviously the game is quite old, so I was wondering about potential limitations of the game that should be kept in mind while putting together a mod list. I see a lot of videos with graphics modded to hell, 4k textures, ENB's and what not - but with all of that jammed into a rather old engine, how stable would the game be, really?
  4. I was about to suggest the exact same thing, until you've mentioned it yourself. Sadly nothing comes to mind, personalized vampire layers / houses don't seem to get enough love from the community imo. Buuut I have a bit different suggestion. What you've described isn't really all that hard to do in the CK, it doesn't require much more knowledge than how to create cells, place down objects and create some very basic npc's. Simple stuff. Why not just make your own mod? Modding Skyrim with what's already out there is great, but trust me dude, having that basic knowledge and making changes to the world or other people's mods to your own liking, even in this small way is a whole new level of freedom. If not, then I hope someone else will be able to help you.
  5. Looks promising, I like the choice of artstyle and the general idea. But... I strongly suggest reconsidering applying censorship to the public build. You're censoring the exact thing people have the most interest in, it's completely counter-intuitive. I understand you want to leave the good stuff for your supporters - as you should. But maybe instead make the public build shorter, leave some features out. Don't apply censorship on one of the main features that are suppose to bring you support. But hey - your game, your project, your rules. That's just my two cents. I hope it goes well for you and that you'll gather the support needed for the completion of the project.
  6. It's been a while since I played Skyrim, but I remember SirNibbles had some really good ones. Just look for animations in Skyrim > Adult mods, there's plenty of them.
  7. If you mean, animations themselves are bad - they kind of are. Personally I tend to disable pretty much every single animation that comes default with the framework and download animation packs separately, then add them to the game. And there are a lot of some high quality ones to choose from, it just takes a small dive into the forums.
  8. Dragon Age Inquisition: Trespasser OST. Goosebumps every time.
  9. GW2. Man I miss my Berserker. It's a real shame that the game is slowly dying.
  10. It will definitely hurt them in the long run, but I don't think as significantly as people seem to believe. Patreon has more than enough highly successful SFW creators to sustain the platform. And to an extent, I have to agree with Froggy's statement up there. Still, we have to be fair when pointing fingers at developers this way. Some of the teams are ridiculously small, often consisting from just one person. I don't think everyone understands the amount of time and effort people have to put into those games to make an update of any value. If their updates are consistent, and there's clear progress in development, I'm all for it.
  11. "If I don't make it, tell my wife, I had another wife."
  12. It's not a baseless assumption if even with all that suggar and icing on top it still looks worse and plays more stiff than vanilla Skyrim. Let me elaborate on my earlier point. I love Morrowind, and I'm very happy to see that people are still working on the game, and attempt to improve it. I'd love to play it sometime once more with improved graphics. But any interest in sex mods for it? Fuck no. If that's your thing, then hey, good for you. Personally, I see no reason whatsoever to dig into sex mods for remastered Morrowind, when it's a heavy downgrade from what's already here for Skyrim. Skywind will like come out sometime in not so distant future. I'm sure LL community will do it's part in slutting that up as well, considering it's still technically Skyrim.
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