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Drink Eat Sleep Addon - Dragonborn
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Feb 15, 2013 @ 5:58pm
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+ Dragonbornrequired
+ Drink Eat Sleep required (http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=21496)
+ Dawnguard compatible, not required

This is an addon to Drink Eat Sleep that adds support for the new food items and water ntroduced with Dragonborn DLC.

This mod requires the original Drink Eat Sleep (found here: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=21496) and this mod must come after Drink Eat Sleep in your load order.

Current Revision 1 - Feb 15, 2013
18 Comments
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Drevil80 Oct 5 @ 9:15pm 
do you have to restart to use this mod and the hearthfire mod
rickbigfellow Mar 7 @ 12:28pm 
good mod this compatibale with immersive beds
e4envy Jan 5 @ 5:51pm 
Hm, found a bug with my client - I forgot there were HF and DB addons for DESB so I just had the core one.. well, turns out I wasnt able to refill water bottles, but now with all of em it works just fine.. lol
SHRoronoaZoro Nov 22, 2013 @ 2:20pm 
If I'm using all the expansions, do I need the Hearthfire version of this as well as the Dawnguard version? Or will one of them suffice?
Another Mook Sep 7, 2013 @ 3:03pm 
Quick question: my character was tired when he became a vampire. After a good night's rest, I found that all my melee weapons were reduced to tiny amounts of damage. 8-9, etc. Did this mod do that, and if so can I fix it, or should I just restart?
Brujah Vampire Aug 16, 2013 @ 1:38pm 
This Goes Perfectly with FrostFall now there is a reason to set up camp and eat and drink and sleep awesome mod
Stupid bloody Nazi Vampires! Jul 4, 2013 @ 12:57pm 
@Lanyx get the mod "showers in inns" it adds a trapdoor to most inns leading to bathing areas, or get "breezehome bathhouse" which adds a door that leads to a bathing area to breezehome's 1st floor
Lanyx May 27, 2013 @ 10:37pm 
Bathing in the more frigid parts of skyrim with Frostfall is actually not that hard to do with the snowberry extracts you can make (which in the colder areas is easily done with how many snow berries there are),pots of resist cold + a swig of mead, or worse comes to worse just make a fire right next to where you are going to bathe and bathe and then go stand by the fire. Worked fine for me so far, although indoor baths would be nice...no more horkers staring at me quizically, or dragons catching me with my pants (literally) down.
mysteryman3 May 12, 2013 @ 7:57am 
Yeah, I use Frostfall as well. I don't have the problems with washing myself in remote parts of Skyrim in frigid water because I don't really have mortality (yes, I'm a vampire). I find this a really cool mod. Also, some other mods such as "The Asteria" and "Showers in Skyrim" (I think), add showers and baths. It woudl be great if you could wash in any place with flowing water, like a creek or a river. That would make it work with most shower mods I think.
crystalsoulslayer May 3, 2013 @ 2:19pm 
@ItsMeRyanB If the "washing" effect is done via a spell, it'd be really simple, actually. Just put a script on the activator with an OnActivate event that casts the washing spell on the player, use the washbasin's model path for the activator, and then use the Search and Replace function to switch all the washbasins to the activator version. I'm sure there's also a way to do it without changing any existing objects, though. If you ask at the Skyrim Nexus forums about this stuff, I'm sure someone more experienced than I can help you out. :) I love this mod, by the way.