AngelPizza Jun 12, 2014 @ 1:43am
How do I get Mods?
The mods where you can get armor, or weapons that aren't originally in the game.
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AngelPizza Jun 12, 2014 @ 1:44am 
Can you tell me?
Fayde1 Jun 12, 2014 @ 1:50am 
Here, on Steam, the Workshop.
Offsite is a place called the Nexux.
Many difereing views on which is better - have a browse, start here on Workshop just to get a feel for it.
Check out conflicts of mods, compatabilities, requirements, posts by people who have used them - and Go For It :)
Fayde1 Jun 12, 2014 @ 1:50am 
* Sorry - typo - not Nexux - Nexus
Eternie Jun 12, 2014 @ 4:52am 
Just to make it very clear for you In the Steam Library click on Community / Workshop then click on Skyrim!
Once at the workshop you can sort the mods into categories that your interested in ...
Whether your interested in Armor / clothing Weapons!

There's also a very handy heading called collections ... where people have listed the mods they like to use with links to those mods!
Very handy
Just make sure to make a clean save before you subscibe to mods!
Also don't subscibe to lots of mods at once! That leads to conflicts and making skyrim unstable
When your starting the workshop is great it's simple and easy as long as you don't get to many mods!
Make sure you read all instructions and get to know what you need to do!
Also if you like several mods but don't want ot forget what it's called so you can subscibe to it later; just click on Favourite and later as you enter workshop you can sort by your favourites and see all of them ! So ones you use and love make sure you favourite!
Anyway have Fun!
EbonHawk Jun 12, 2014 @ 5:06am 
Originally posted by Fayde1:
Here, on Steam, the Workshop.
Offsite is a place called the Nexux.
Many difereing views on which is better - have a browse, start here on Workshop just to get a feel for it.
Check out conflicts of mods, compatabilities, requirements, posts by people who have used them - and Go For It :)
The problem I have with using Steam's Workshop is if the mod author pulls the mod off the site for any reason, Steam will yank it out of your game and potentially cause major screw-ups with your game's save files. It's not recommended to remove mods mid-game, and Steam will do it automatically with no way to stop it, not even with unchecking the "Keep this game up to date" setting. It will just do it and potentially screw up hours and hours of your progress. Other than that, and the fact that the Nexus has WAAAAAAAYYYY more mods than the Workshop (Workshop has the same mods as Nexus; but Nexus includes LOTS more mods and oftentimes, different versions of the same mods; Workshop only has the most recent versions). I prefer Nexus, and that's why.
AngelPizza Jun 13, 2014 @ 9:33pm 
Thankx.
MISFITSWITCH Jun 14, 2014 @ 12:14am 
Use Nexusmods, It is way easyer to fix things if you break the game and you will.
Last edited by MISFITSWITCH; Jun 14, 2014 @ 12:15am
colinhb92 Jun 14, 2014 @ 1:01am 
ya I would recommend nexus mods too, the workshop mods have file size cap on them so most all of the workshop mods are lite versions.
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