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Skyrim Special Edition - SOS Lite

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Hey guys I downloaded the lite version of SOS on SSE which seems to work fine but I realised the length of the penis is very small and was wondering if I could increase it in anyway? I remember in the full version I had the choice of increasing length via drinking potions but now sure for the lite version.

 

Anyone know how to increase length in SOS I would really appreciate it.

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Manually scale bones in the nif.

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Manually scale bones in the nif.

 

OK Now I"m interested in this as well.

How DO you "manually scale bones" in a nif file?

Can you use Nifscope for that?

Or another program?

And for whatever program you need, could you provide instructions for how to do that that a newbie like me can (somewhat) understand?

Any help would be much appreciated.

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You can use nifscope. Find the bone you want to scale (the base genital bone in this case), then in the shape data, you can set a scale factor.

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You can use nifscope. Find the bone you want to scale (the base genital bone in this case), then in the shape data, you can set a scale factor.

 

OK - will have to try that.

Thanks for the info.

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Manually scale bones in the nif.

Never done such a thing, do I need to download something to edit it, any guide?

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You can use nifscope. Find the bone you want to scale (the base genital bone in this case), then in the shape data, you can set a scale factor.

 

OK - will have to try that.

Thanks for the info.

 

Can you edit the file and send it to me?

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