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Deconstructed Items V2


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Deconstructed Items allows you to break down all the useless items in Skyrim that just get in the way.

 

All that extra armor and weapons that enemies drop can now be turned into ingots, leather and such.

Wooden bowls can be reduced to wood to make arrows with.

 

SSE Conversion coming soon!

 

UPDATES:

Added Glass recipe via Malachite

Added Malachite recipe via Orichalcum Ingots


  • Submitter
  • Submitted
    12/19/2018
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    Skyrim Game, Hearthfire DLC
  • Special Edition Compatible
    No

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On 12/19/2018 at 5:09 PM, damaskos said:

"Wooden bowls can be reduced to wood to make arrows with."

Did you see those archers from Hammerfell? They've got curved arrows. Curved. Arrows.

xD

 

 Particle board arrows xP

 

Although with the way them NPC's juke sometimes, id believe it...

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On 12/19/2018 at 6:28 PM, Ernest Lemmingway said:

The first version of this mod is one of my "must have" mods (so's I can turn all that crap in my houses into useful things). This promises to be even better!

Yush!

 

Also fixed the empty recipe list thing, was a fault of mine when CK kit crashed, when I reloaded to redo it all, I had forgotten to set active file X.x

 

But I plan to include more useless junk, maybe even a wood to paper recipe and a way to craft spell scrolls/tomes as well. Also, ways to melt down jewelry...

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