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Silverus 28 gen 2013, ore 21:42
Best Necromancer mods?
Hwy guys! Im thinking of starting a necromancer. Whats the best mods for necromancy that is balanced and not too op. Any other tips would be helpful too. Thanks =)
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Giskard 29 gen 2013, ore 1:40 
There are no really good complete necromancer mods, lots of little ones that do little jobs but no really good ones that make all necromancers feel like necromancers. Not that I have seen and I gather from the lack of response here, nobody else has either.

I am trying to solve this problem in my Wizards of Winterhold mod, it is a college overhaul but the next version will be overhauling all AI NPCs too so they start acting like the type of mages they are supposed to be instead of all feeling like destruction mages.

You will find that mod already has a lot of the features the 1001 small mods add individually, all the summon spells you expect etc etc. It even has a necromancer school within the college.

The next version is going to enforce a skill requirement on all spells so if your not an skill 50 adapt mage, your not going to be able to cast adapt spells until you are. Skyrim lets you cast anything providing you have the mana right now, its one of the aspects of the game I felt was too stripped down so having this feature back in the game feels like I am unconsolizing it.

I did ask what people thought about adopting dawnguard DLC as a requirement on this discussion board but people chose not to answer my question and instead went off on some rant about modding for the wrong reasons so I had to ask that question else where to get it answered.

Most think releasing a separate Dawnguard edition of the mod later and then stop developing the current one and move on to that so I can use the necromancer stuff in Dawnguard is the way to go so I may go that way in the future.

Btw that is one of the reasons I want to adopt dawnguard, it will help build up the necromancer game in wow with the help of a few new quests I plan to write.

Anyway you can find the Wizards of Winterhold on steam if you want to try it out. OR you can download it from my website.

http://www.theengineeringguild.co.uk/index.php?option=com_rsfiles&view=files&Itemid=195

Hope that provides you with what ever info you need.

Enjoy

Silverus 29 gen 2013, ore 3:54 
Ty for ure long answer m8. This sounds good and all. Nobbish question mebbe, but isnt a Necramany school in College of Winterhold kinda lore breaking... as i recall a few mages talk about necromancy as striktly forbidden... Im one of the few that loves the Elder scroll lore... Anyways, was just a thought... ill go check out ure mod now. Cheers m8.
J3X 29 gen 2013, ore 7:24 
Messaggio originale di Silversnake:
Ty for ure long answer m8. This sounds good and all. Nobbish question mebbe, but isnt a Necramany school in College of Winterhold kinda lore breaking... as i recall a few mages talk about necromancy as striktly forbidden... Im one of the few that loves the Elder scroll lore... Anyways, was just a thought... ill go check out ure mod now. Cheers m8.
Not in Skyrim.

I've created a skeletal horde spell you might like.
Reach_ 19 giu 2013, ore 4:53 
Lore-wise, The school of necromancy falls into dark magic and is aligned with the deadric princes, it may not be illegal in Skyrim but it is still looked down upon poorly by magic users and regular folk because it is a thought of as disgusting and desecrating the dead, whom the nords care alot about. Hope that helped.
Exsecror 12 gen, ore 15:00 
Not that i fancy Necroing old threads but since it showed up while i was googling for Necromancy mods, ill add some additions.

Quest Mod:
Undeath

Perks/Overhauls:
SkyRe (Got some added functions and gameplay mechanics in the conjuration tree, like looting skeletal pieces which when you got a full body set can be used to summon a skeleton, e.g)
SPERG (Not yet used it but im making my Mage/Necromancy playthrough around this, check it out)

Spell Mods:
Forgotten magic (also in a "Redone" version). This one gives you Warlock/Death Magic. Along with other schools of Magic.
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