The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

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Hearthfire - Imp's More Complex Needs Compatibility
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Feb 9, 2013 @ 10:46pm
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Hearthfire - Imp's More Complex Needs Compatibility

This is a compatibility patch for Imp's More Complex Needs (a hunger/thirst/sleep mod) and Hearthfire. It makes Hearthfire's foods compatible with IMCN. You must also download and install the main mod, as well as Hearthfire. This patch should load later in your load order than Imp's More Complex Needs.esp.

Main mod:

After adding, removing, or updating Imp's More Complex Needs or any of its compatibility patches, go into the Vitality menu (Click the +IMCN Vitality+ item in the food section of your inventory, or tap the hotkey while looking at your inventory) and select "Actions". In the actions menu, select "Rebuild Lists." This will cause the mod to refresh the content it gets from all the patches. I'm looking for an efficient way for the mod to do automatic version checking on the patches, but until then it's pretty easy to do manually.
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Mah Boi Jun 1, 2016 @ 5:25pm 
Alright, thanks for letting me know, I'll subscribe to see the next mod you're making. Keep up the good work.
Imp  [author] Jun 1, 2016 @ 12:52pm 
It sort of reminds me of some of the arcane warrior spells from Dragon Age: Origins. It would be fun to work on, or recreate that class in Skyrim (there are some sustained spell mods that create "always on" booster spells, usually for things like armor and lighting) but I'm very busy putting together something for Fallout 4, with something related planned for Skyrim afterwards.
Mah Boi May 28, 2016 @ 11:04pm 
I have an idea for a mod, but I have no idea how to make it work, or even how to use the creation kit. It would have a meter that can fill up with each attack and each spell/ attack has a different amount that makes the meter go up by. When the meter is filled, you can use a power that doubles all the damage dealt while taking half as much damage, it also increases attack speed and lowers the cost for spells. do you know a modder that can do it, or are you willing to give it a shot?
Imp  [author] Jan 11, 2016 @ 8:42pm 
Below, it looks like. I'm used to using Nexus Mod Manager, but the Skyrim launcher's load order manager is set up the same way. Is that thing new?
SparkFox64 Jan 11, 2016 @ 8:17pm 
Question (and probably a very stupid one, at that): By "load later" do you mean below or above in the load order list?
Imp  [author] Jun 22, 2015 @ 2:14pm 
It should maybe say something like "full" and "malnourished". The mod tracks your calorie intake over time relative to how active you are, as well as how much food is in your stomach. You could run ten miles, then eat a few heads of lettuce, and your stomach would feel full but you'd be very short on calories.
supreme Jun 21, 2015 @ 1:54pm 
How come in my active effects it says "Over Eated" then "Hungry"?
KayDen Jul 26, 2014 @ 9:25am 
It wont let me uninstal Its still there even though i am no longer subscribed
Eccentric Gent Jan 12, 2014 @ 4:19pm 
Any chance of an eta on that update?
Imp  [author] Jan 11, 2014 @ 10:34pm 
I think the patch might need to be updated to pass through Hearthfire's new texture sets. The version that's in my data folder already does, but I think it's a newer version than the one uploaded here on Steam. Unfortunately, that would mean it's also dependent upon an in-progress version of IMCN, so I can't really upload it until that's finished.