I have a mod request
can someone make a mod that allows me to have more then 2 kids on the harthfires DLC, if so that would be great
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Grathagis Jul 23 @ 3:01pm 
Nexus; multiple adoptions
Ilja Jul 23 @ 3:06pm 
Nexus also has house mods that allow multiply adoptions. Here is one of them.

Skyfall Estate - Multiple Adoption Friendly by Ld50365
http://www.nexusmods.com/skyrim/mods/50480/?

You might wish to use some sort of child overhaul as well. Shinji will explain why...

In the end of the video, we will witness mass slaughtering of couple of dozen Braith clones. Just a firendly warning, because I know how certain members of this forum can react to these things.

http://youtu.be/YGv7ES1FTNE
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I dont like to use nexus because its too akward and confusing the community is very jerkish so i would rather to use steam.
Smile n Fire Jul 23 @ 7:10pm 
HOW DO I DOWNLOAD A NEXUS MOD?:
These tutorials are HIGHLY recommended, and are aimed at beginners.
INSTALLING / UNINSTALLING MODS:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=ClqtmSUsFhg
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=A04LBrYI6r0

It is not as hard as it seems. I dont use the NMM and instead just copy the files needed to the Skyrim /Data folder. I also mix and match from Nexus and Steam with no problems.
Also dont rely on that community. watch the vids and give it a go. If you have problems post a thread here after looking into the modding thread pinned to the forums
Yo i just hate nexus thats that and i personally hate doing all that files crap too
Ilja Jul 24 @ 12:36am 
Originally posted by Okasemi:
Yo i just hate nexus thats that and i personally hate doing all that files crap too

Then there isn't much we can do for you. Workshop has size limits for mods. Because of it's autoupdate functions and unstability issues, many modders refure to upload any mods to it.

For same reasons, some players (like me) won't be using the Workshop at all.

I don't see what this "files crap" is. Average user selects a mod, downloads and activate is with NMM, runs LOOT and is good to go.

Your game and your choise. If you insist avoiding Nexus, then hopefully someone uploads their adoption mod (if possible) to Workshop. Might be that they are just not willing, as I said above.
medavroog Jul 24 @ 12:47am 
Originally posted by Ilja (Ref):
Then there isn't much we can do for you. Workshop has size limits for mods. Because of it's autoupdate functions and unstability issues, many modders refure to upload any mods to it.
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I really don't see a reason to explain such to him when he already stated in clear open that he "dislikes" the Nexus ... as well as insulted the whole Nexus community in one of his posts. Two facts are to be stated here:

One, there are no "files crap" issue what-so-ever when using the NMM ... and for those files not friendly to NMM, the files are usually clearly named as well as a "readme" provided. Shall such still confuses, one can always "ask nicely" at Nexus for instructions ... and helps will ALWAYS be provided ... that is, when "asked nicely" WITHOUT "arrogant insults".

Two, the modders and people at Nexus do NOT get paid for all the work they offered ... it surely is a great thing to simply insult the community there when one should at least "say thank you" to that community for the services provided. Shall one be so inclined ... he can ALWAYS make a mod "himself".
Ilja Jul 24 @ 1:50am 
I personally rather explain my position. If I feel that other one has a bit biased approach, then I don't like to add to it, but tell them why I feel how I do and explain where I am basing my suggestions.

It is up to them to draw their own conclusions. If they wish to sit on the cold bunker and say "everything else than this is crap" then it is not away from us.

But, I do agree on one point. Spirit in Nexus is bad. Bannfingers are extremely sensitive, and we are speaking about IP-bans for minor things, shutting not-so-tech-savvy players completely out of Nexus resources.

While most modders are friendly and fine, 90 % of Nexus moderators appear to be petty and small minded, drunk from the power granted to their fingers. I have no idea what standards Nexus might have when recruiting them, but I think that having basic understanding of social life and manners are considered as negative traits.
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mlewis25 Jul 24 @ 10:17am 
its on steam too
zeiut Jul 24 @ 10:30am 
Originally posted by Ilja (Ref):
I personally rather explain my position. If I feel that other one has a bit biased approach, then I don't like to add to it, but tell them why I feel how I do and explain where I am basing my suggestions.

It is up to them to draw their own conclusions. If they wish to sit on the cold bunker and say "everything else than this is crap" then it is not away from us.

But, I do agree on one point. Spirit in Nexus is bad. Bannfingers are extremely sensitive, and we are speaking about IP-bans for minor things, shutting not-so-tech-savvy players completely out of Nexus resources.

While most modders are friendly and fine, 90 % of Nexus moderators appear to be petty and small minded, drunk from the power granted to their fingers. I have no idea what standards Nexus might have when recruiting them, but I think that having basic understanding of social life and manners are considered as negative traits.

Is this opinion from personal experience or from people that's been banned?
You can see the reasoning for the bans on the site. They're all public. If people act like a twit, they'll get banned. If people disagree with the reasoning for the ban, they can appeal. Personally, I'm glad for the bans. Most of them contribute absolutely nothing to the site.
Smile n Fire Jul 24 @ 10:55am 
I have nothing against the Nexus community but I also don't have anything to do with them. The Steam community is great even when I have had run ins with members it is usually a misunderstanding that goes away in two days.
Unfortunately steam doesn't have all the mods that nexus does and vice versa. I don't care. I will take advantage of the best both have to offer.
It is like going to McDonalds for the burgers but going to Burger King for the Zesty fries and 7-11 for the slushy. A lttle slice of heaven where ever i can get it.
El Kemosabe Jul 24 @ 11:12am 
From my own experience I would say that mods on the Nexus are far better but the community on the nexus is terrible, support is almost non-existent especially from some of the more popular mod authors.
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