The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

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Dragonborn - Imp's More Complex Needs Compatibility
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Feb 9, 2013 @ 10:52pm
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Dragonborn - Imp's More Complex Needs Compatibility

This is a compatibility patch for Imp's More Complex Needs (a hunger/thirst/sleep mod) and Dragonborn. It makes Dragonborn's foods (mostly new types of booze) compatible with IMCN. You must also download and install the main mod, as well as the Dragonborn DLC. 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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DareBear Apr 8 @ 5:08pm 
I have the same problem like charleneconlon.
When I have activated the mod I have a crash to desktop immediatly after the introscreen.
All other Imp's work fine.
MãrlbØřo† Jul 24, 2014 @ 5:19am 
leighannestose Apr 4, 2014 @ 5:42pm 
can i get this mod and loot her armor?
charleneconlon Dec 26, 2013 @ 10:59am 
I don't know what the conflict might be, but after I subscribed to this, ( I have used IMCN for ages without troubles) I get CTD every time I try to start the game. If I set it to not load, it's okay, but I wanted this mod, darn it!
feld Jul 10, 2013 @ 6:12am 
@GABEN - there are a number of running water sources outside of Ravenrock and the Skall Village. Look for the water ripple effects (white waves on the surface of a river). I've definitely used this version of IMCN and the DG compatibility patch to get water on Solstheim!
But that's a great observation on ash yams and other local succulents. Good eye!
Dissident Rage Apr 26, 2013 @ 4:35am 
I found that switching to local foods like ash yams and hopper legs helped to alleviate the water crisis. They have significantly higher amounts of water content than Skyrim foodstuffs.
Imp  [author] Apr 25, 2013 @ 5:26pm 
I'm working on a pretty major update to the mod at the moment, and it's delaying the release of my updated compatibility patches. I've already added water to a number Solstheim's vendors, and made new water sources and wells useable, but that version of the patch depends on code from the update that's in progress, so I can't release them until after it's available.
Umbra Domini Apr 22, 2013 @ 9:46pm 
@GABEN If I lived on a tiny island between a volcanic island and a mountainous barbaric wasteland I'd be drunk all the time too. But you have a point, and I believe Imp should look into it.
Dissident Rage Apr 5, 2013 @ 6:29am 
I can't find any water to refill my waterskins with at all on Solstheim. My character has been reduced to stumbling around Raven Rock eternally drunk from sujamma, that or die of thirst. Is this what life is like for all Dunmer?

Where do they get water from?
Gillespie Mar 29, 2013 @ 8:39pm 
@Alaric Giant. The Companions did not kill a Dragon.