Aurelius Jul 31 @ 10:00pm
Best Mods To Improve The Game
I am looking for some more mods to improve the UI or In-Game systems, I am not interested in visual mods, i really dont care what the trees look like.

Here what i have right now:
Sky UI
Open Cities
Amazing Follower Tweaks
Imp's More Complex Needs
Falskaar

So anything that works well with these would be great.

Also i have the Dragonborn, Dawnguard and Hearthfire DLCs
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M'aiq the Liar Jul 31 @ 10:03pm 
Skyrim Redone.
p?nk Jul 31 @ 10:07pm 
There's Frostfall[www.nexusmods.com]. It's intense, so I'd only recommend it for the hardcore user.
Then there's Hunterborn[www.nexusmods.com]. Makes hunting more fun and optionally more profitable.

There's Wet & Cold which adds more weather immersion. It can be found on both the Workshop and on the Nexus.
Kwyjibo Jul 31 @ 10:10pm 
SkyRe
Frostfall
Hunterborn
Realistic Needs and Diseases
Convenient horses
Ultimate follower overhaul
Alternate Start
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Aurelius Jul 31 @ 10:31pm 
Alright ill try some of these, What are the best mods to improve crafting? (Smithing and Alchemy)
Kwyjibo Jul 31 @ 10:42pm 
Originally posted by Ranger4340:
Alright ill try some of these, What are the best mods to improve crafting? (Smithing and Alchemy)
It depends. SkyRe improves pretty much everything, but I can't say it's "the best" at those things. However, the mod as a whole it balanced and made to play a certain way, so using it's crafting and alchemy systems may better fit the experience.

But look at Chemistry for alchemy. idk about crafting though.
M'aiq the Liar Jul 31 @ 10:45pm 
Check out Deadly Dragons or search up some other dragon mods.
Undead Rufus Jul 31 @ 10:51pm 
Originally posted by Ranger4340:
Alright ill try some of these, What are the best mods to improve crafting? (Smithing and Alchemy)

For smithing, I recommend Complete Crafting Overhaul Remade.

http://www.nexusmods.com/skyrim/mods/49791/?
Rackjaw Jul 31 @ 11:24pm 
Check out "Requiem" if you want a more oldschool, hardcore Skyrim. It's an overhaul mod.

Also as someone above mentioned, Frostfall is a fantastic mod. I also HIGHLY recommend a mod called "Wet and Cold". It makes it so NPC's wear cloaks, hats, coats and the like when it's cold / raining etc.
luke9765 Jul 31 @ 11:25pm 
Is it safe to use mods? I've never tried any. Anything you need to know about their use?
CrimzonRazor Aug 1 @ 12:10am 
Originally posted by luke9765:
Is it safe to use mods? I've never tried any. Anything you need to know about their use?


Depends what you mean by safe, you wont get banned for using mods you can get messed up mods that will crash your game from time to time.
Kwyjibo Aug 1 @ 12:15am 
Originally posted by luke9765:
Is it safe to use mods? I've never tried any. Anything you need to know about their use?
It's safe if you do it right: http://www.reddit.com/r/skyrimmods/comments/27fc6y/super_epic_guide_if_you_are_relatively_new_here/

Or you can just do what most people do.....install a bunch of mods, waste hours trying to get the game to stop crashing, come here, get told to use LOOT.....install more mods, get more crashes, get told to clean their mods....install more mods, more crashes, nothing can be done anymore so they do a clean install and start a new game.....
Bullwinkle Aug 1 @ 12:18am 
WORKSHOP MODS:

Alchemist's Compendium adds a book to the Alchemist's Shack that tells you what each ingredient does.

Guard Dialogue Overhaul makes the guards less insulting

Sounds of Skyrim -- The Wilds brings the game to life.

Lighter Dragon Loot makes dragon bones and hides weigh less.

Better Potion Weight makes weak potions in small bottles weigh less.
Bullwinkle Aug 3 @ 1:07am 
Oh, just noticed you want UI mods. I like Item Sorting from the Workshop
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