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Crowe Freighter 15 Φεβ @ 9:27μμ
Hearthfire problem: Remove wings from house?
Apparently I was stupid enough not to make a save before building the wings I blindly chose and spending tons of resources for my Lakeview Manor, under the belief I would be able to change wings anytime I liked later. Now I'm starting to regret this decision with having wings I don't really like. So is there a way to remove the wings from the house now? Perhaps through mods or console commands?
I also read uninstalling and reinstalling the DLC might do the trick, but I'm skeptical about that corrupting my save instead
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Brandybuck 16 Φεβ @ 12:22πμ 
Nope, you can't remove them. Uninstalling/reinstalling will only glitch your game and make it unplayable, so don't do it.

On the other hand, you still have TWO other manor locations you can build. So make a new house and put on the wings you want. Heljarchen Hall (north of Whiterun) or Windstad Manor (northeast of Morthal).
akasexacutioner 16 Φεβ @ 12:40πμ 
Αναρτήθηκε αρχικά από Brandybuck:
Nope, you can't remove them. Uninstalling/reinstalling will only glitch your game and make it unplayable, so don't do it.

On the other hand, you still have TWO other manor locations you can build. So make a new house and put on the wings you want. Heljarchen Hall (north of Whiterun) or Windstad Manor (northeast of Morthal).
yeah and dont start building crap in your house to waste more resourses lol, to late isnt it
Crowe Freighter 16 Φεβ @ 7:30μμ 
Winstad isn't in a place too snowy, is it? Many say it's in the most ideal location
Brandybuck 16 Φεβ @ 7:32μμ 
Winstad is close to Solitude, but only if you don't mind swimming. Overall I think Heljarchen is the most convenient, as it's more central and just a quick ride from Whiterun.
Incunabulum 16 Φεβ @ 7:40μμ 
It *is* the most convinient - its just (IMO) the landscape around is ugly as hell. There's a reason most people prefer to build at Lakeview.

As a matter of fact - I don't know what the devs were thinking when the selected the other two locations.
Crowe Freighter 16 Φεβ @ 7:50μμ 
Αναρτήθηκε αρχικά από Brandybuck:
Nope, you can't remove them. Uninstalling/reinstalling will only glitch your game and make it unplayable, so don't do it..

Are you sure about that? I've searched up on this and most say it should be fine but of course, the house can be rebuilt from ground up. I guess it goes something like, unticking Hearthfire.esm from data files, loading your save and saving it again to ensure the DLC is removed completely, then reactivating the DLC.



Αναρτήθηκε αρχικά από Incunabulum:
It *is* the most convinient - its just (IMO) the landscape around is ugly as hell. There's a reason most people prefer to build at Lakeview.

As a matter of fact - I don't know what the devs were thinking when the selected the other two locations.
Yeah I'd rather care more about the environment than the convenience. So between Winstad and Lakeview Manor, which really is the better one?
Incunabulum 16 Φεβ @ 7:54μμ 
Lakeview. The others are either a windswept, snow-covered wasteland or a swamp.
Incunabulum 16 Φεβ @ 7:56μμ 
Plus, Lakeview is near the ruins of Hlegen. I play with the Helgen Reborn mod (rebuld Helgen to a thriving town), Real-Time Settler, Pocket Empire Builder, and Tundra defense. Between them I can build up a small city around my home.

Oh, and Sailable Ships of Skyrim offers the possiblity of getting and using a boat on the lake.
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Brandybuck 16 Φεβ @ 9:53μμ 
Αναρτήθηκε αρχικά από Incunabulum:
As a matter of fact - I don't know what the devs were thinking when the selected the other two locations.
Don't knock Heljarchen Hall! It has some of the best scenery in the game!
Mr. Dave 16 Φεβ @ 10:14μμ 
The first time I built a house with the DLC, I made the alchemy north wing and didn't like it, finding it quite superfluous. I unchecked the DLC, saved my game again making sure my character wasn't in the same area as the house (i.e. have them somewhere in Whiterun or someothing) and then rechecked the mod and built the house again. Never saw any issues other than the plethora that happens all the time from vanilla bugs.
Brandybuck 17 Φεβ @ 12:46πμ 
Yes, if you uninstall/reinstall the right way, there won't be any issue (other than minor savegame bloat). But 99% of the time people don't do it right and screw up their game. I know, I've been there. That's why I recommended not doing it.
technojock 17 Φεβ @ 3:21πμ 
I've built all 3 and I like Heljarchen hall the best. The view off the deck at Lakeview over looks a shrine to human sacrifice that I'd prefer wasn't there. Also Heljarchen hall seems to atract let bandits and other malfactors...
gnewna 17 Φεβ @ 3:32πμ 
My last game I had Winstad Manor and I actually quite liked it, except for the lack of a chest near the outdoor smithing equipment, having to crawl back and forth to the original chest by the drafting table was tedious, and handing over every single thing to a follower wasn't much better. Possibly I was just missing something and there is a way to add a chest, but there didn't seem to be - I know you can have a forge and all the other equipment in the cellar, but that doesn't seem terribly healthy for the lungs, plus it's nice smithing in the horrible misty outdoors...
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