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To mod or not to mod... That is the question!!!
So I have been playing Skyrim for a little bit now and I have been playing it without mods. So I want to know if there is a must have list of mods that everyone who plays should have. Mods that won't ruin the game in any way but enhance it to make it a better experience for me. Also, this is going to sound horrible but I am a noob when it comes to modding (with the exception to World of Warcraft mods but I haven't played WOW for a couple of years now) so I am not sure exactly how I would even install and use the mods. I don't know if I may have missed the discussion that was already posted here with all of this information in it or not but I looked and could not find one. So if you would be so kind as to get me all straightened out then that would be great. Also I think that it is worth mentioning that I do play Skyrim with a Xbox 360 controller (Well it's an Afterglow AX.1 controller) but I have played games in the past with the trusty Logitech G11 keyboard and Razer DeathAdder mouse so I'm not against using them if certain mods need me to. I just find that it is easier for me to use the controller since I play between 4 different PC's and it's easier to transfer one controller than a keyboard and mouse everywhere I want to play. Also, I am currently playing as a High Elf Mage (I don't know if there are any Mods that are made specifically for certain classes or not). Thanks in advance for your comments and help with this matter.
Date Posted: Jun 14, 2014 @ 1:13am