The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

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Complete Skyrim Graphic+Gameplay+NPC Overhaul // 65 compatible and tested Mod's for the bestlooking Skyrim
By OptimusPrime
All Mod's have been tested and are compatible with each other. Significant visual improvement, better looking characters, better bodyphysics (like in Dead or Alive), better looking citys and objects, better blood, better bumpmapping, etc. (countless things). Everything that should have already been fixed in the vanilla game. Better Followers.

How to's
  • how to make a proper loadorder
  • how to dress NPC's
  • installation notes for each mod
  • resolving savegame issues
  • resolving black face/foreheadbug
You all know the pictures that are shown in articles named "How Skyrim looks with 100 Mod's installed" or any similar title. But then you read this article and there are just some awesome pic's (and believe me the framerate must be 5-10 fps at most, if you ask me) and none or only little information on the running modifications. My goal is to change that and give you the bestlooking skyrim, that still runs (most of the time) smootly on an up to date system. I have also added a few tweaks that should all have already been in the vanilla game. I've testet all of the following mod's myself and am running all of these simulaniously at the time and for the last 100 hours of questing and slaying dragons.

I am aware that there are already other Mod Guides online covering some of my listed mod's and all. But my goal was to make a guide for a complete Skyrim Overhaul with all compatibility issues resolved and all mod's working perfectly together.

This guide includes the most important facts of my collected knowledge wich I like to share, because modding isn't always as save as it seems. Make sure to ALWAYS make backups of your Skyrim/Data folder (or at least of each subfolder you are adding/overwriting files) before installing mod's. Make backups of your savegames in your C:\Users\"yourusername\Documents\My Games\Skyrim folder as well.

There are two different kind of modifications the mod's hostet on the steamworkshop and the mod's on nexusmods.

The steamworkshop mod's are the easiest to install, just suscribe the mod and let steam handle the rest (There are two exceptions Kern and EzE's 3D Worldmap but just read my description for each mod).

For the nexusmod's you first have to register on their site, download the nexus mod manager (NMM) and you are ready to go, it is still a beta version but it runs fine. Make sure to restart your modmanager before proceeding with the installation of a fresh downloaded mod and always start the NMM as admin. If you install a just downloaded mod and NMM asks you "if you want to upgrade" always say no!
If you like you can install all mod's from nexus manually, by copying the subfolders into your Skyrim/Datafolder (read the readme), but be aware if you want to uninstall these files you have to do it manually as well.

The reason for choosing Mods from Steamworkshop AND Nexusmods is, that not all mod's are available on the workshop and some mod's on nexus are just better. But if the mod is available on both sites I chose the workshop one's for easier installation and automated updates.

If needed I added a [Install note] to each of the nexus files, the workshop files you just need to suscribe.

If you have a lot of mod's installed your mod load order is very important, because some mod's rely on each other and some need files from an other mod that should be loaded before. If you aren't paying any attention to your loadorder it may crash your game or decrease performence. There is a tool called BOSS which handles these issues (in case BOSS knows all these mods), but i have added my personal loadorder below if you just want to install the mod's provided in this guide.
You can download BOSS from google code
and endorse the file here if you like.

About endorsing files, if you liked a particular mod it would be much appreciated if you endorsed that file on nexusmods, or give it a thumbsup if it's a workshop file.

Most mod's are subjectet to constant changes and updates, so it is your responsibility to read the readme carefully before installing. Everything worked fine on the day I wrote this guide. Modding is always a bit dangerous, I'm happy to have made a lot of backups.

I have labled each mod like below because some people don't like loreunfriendly mod's. Most of the mod's I chose are lorefriendly, but some optional mod's that I liked to share are not.

[Lorefriendly] yes
[Lorefriendly] mostly
[Lorefriendly] no

In case you don't know what lorefriendly means, here's a little quote:

"When a mod is lore friendly, it basically means it fits in with the rest of the commercially released ("vanilla") game, and doesn't stick out like a sore thumb. For example, a mod that adds a medieval style dungeon under a castle would be lore-friendly because it fits in the setting of Oblivion (or Morrowind), as both borrow heavily from real medieval things for their setting. A mod that adds a disco strobe light/ball however, would not be a logical extension of the setting, it would be out of place to a very extreme degree. This would be lore unfriendly. The term, like most terms of this sort, can be a bit subjective."

At the end there is a little hints section, where I listet all important console commands, as well as some things you can do if something bad happened or did go wrong. Even if you already have some issues and dont't know how to solve them.
Graphic Overhaul World
Graphic Overhaul World

Skyrim HD - 2K Textures by NebuLa
[Lorefriendly] yes
Makes Skyrim absolutely AWESOME looking, just look at the pictures the official HD package was a mockery!
[Install note] just install all 4 packages with NMM be sure to overwrite all files
Take the "Lite" texture packages if you have a low spec PC.

Enhanced Blood Textures 3.0c
[Lorefriendly] yes
Blood now looks like in real, there is blood on your followers and your weapons.

RCRN 3.6 - Realistic Colors and Real Nights (Legacy preset)
[Lorefriendly] yes
Before I installed this mod I couldn't believe that lighting could change the look of a game, but try it your self it's a difference like Direct X 9 to Direct x 11.
[Install note] Even if this is a workshop file you need to do some extra things to get this thing running. First of all visit the official homepage and download the RCRN Core files after that download a preset, I have the legacy preset and am very happy, but if you like it darker, look at the two presets below.
Caution: Read the readme under the file gets constantly updated, just in case something changes.
Classic preset (balanced nights):
Pure preset (ultra-darker nights):

Terrain Bump
[Lorefriendly] yes
Enhances the bumpmapping on most terrain textures

// Mod is currently unavailable via steam, searching for an alternative but didn't find anything so far, plz msg me or leave a comment if you know of a similar mod, thx! //

Here is an alternative Link to the Mod, btw. thanks to DruggaWugga™ who found this on the Nexus!

Better Embers
[Lorefriendly] yes
Makes embers at fireplaces look more pretty.

Better Dynamic Snow
[Lorefriendly] yes

Water And Terrain Enhancement Redux -update-
[Lorefriendly] yes
Water And Terrain Enhanced Redux has been merged with the following mod's "That's Ice" and "Kerplunk - Watery Rocks"

Amazing looking water!

now included: "That's Ice"

now included: "Kerlpunk - Watery Rocks"
Makes Rocks in water looking more watery.

Lush Trees and Grass
[Lorefriendly] yes
Better and fuller looking grass and more tree branches.

Chewiemuse's Dense Grass
[Lorefriendly] yes
100% more density, makes grass look fuller and more lush

HD Plants + Herbs
[Lorefriendly] yes

Static Mesh Improvement Mod - SMIM Part 1
Static Mesh Improvement Mod - SMIM Part 2
[Lorefriendly] yes
Improves the appearance of static 3D models like furniture, barrels, food, everything that lays on a table, tankards that sort of think.

Moss Rocks
[Lorefriendly] yes
Add's some Moss to Rocks in Skyrim, nothing fancy.

Enhanced Distant Terrain
[Lorefriendly] yes

Graphic Overhaul Character
Graphic Overhaul Character

ApachiiSkyHair by Apachii
[Lorefriendly] yes
Add's fabulous new hair from the witcher and Sims 2. If you want to give this hair to your current caracter plz read the readme.
[Install note] just install with NMM, if you want to wear a helmet, use the helmet wigs under optional files there are also a lot of loreunfriendly hairstyles under the optional files if you like those. I'am playing in first person mode, so i only changed the NPC's hair to Apachii if you like to have it on your character plz read the quote below!

Originally posted by Apachii:
How to give your new character Apachii Sky Hair:
In the character creation window you can browse through the hairstyles and choose, they are first in the hair selection before the Default "vanilla" hair styles.
How to change the hair on your existing character:
On PC, open console(`) and type showracemenu -enter- It brings up the character customization menu.
Make sure you are in the third person view before editing your character, otherwise you will be invisible, and unable to see the changes made on your character showracemenu- will NOT modify your attributes/skills/points/etc. unless you change the race, sex, or select a preset from the list. Modifying purely cosmetic things like hair will leave your points unchanged.If the character moves it's hands in front like they were tied, it's a clear indication that the skills will be messed up,if the hands remain parallel to the body it's fine. A way to fix the modified attributes error is to simply re-equip your gear. You also need to re-enter (or change) your name.

ApachiiSkyHair NPC Overhaul by Spewed
[Lorefriendly] mostly
If you want every NPC running around with awesome hair.
Be sure to make a copy of your /meshes and /textures folder in case of a black face bug.
[Install note] just install with NMM, after that install the Color Mismatch fixes. If you are okay with using the creation kit, you can change the hairstyles manualy for this mod, I have added a youtube vid explaining this in the Hints / Conclusion section in the bottom part of this guide.

The Eyes Of Beauty by Gabriel Mailhot
[Lorefriendly] yes
High resolution eyes
[Install note] just install with NMM, be sure to install the "Eyes of Beauty NPC eyes texture replacer" under the optional files and if you have Dawnguard there is also a replacer for the vampires called "The Eyes of Beauty Dawnguard update"

Calientes Female Body Mod Big Bottom Edition -CBBE- by Caliente (see options in readme) (nevernude edition)
[Lorefriendly] yes
Essential Mod if you want better looking females. You can download this at steam, but if you want naked females and or BBP Support (Bouncing Breasts) you need to download the adult version at nexus.
[Install note] Be sure to read the readme carefully, there are a lot of body choises and if you wish you can make your own body with a tool called body slide. The new version has a NMM Installer wich makes install a LOT easier. If you want too use the CHSBHC Mod below, make sure to copy the BBP textures+meshes in the optional folder or just make the right choises if you are using the installer version.

Fair Skin Complexion Sweaty Body-ADEC-CBBE-UNP-UNPB by HHaleyy // -update-
[Lorefriendly] yes/mostly
Add' a sweaty look to female skintextures.
[Install note] Be sure to install all 3 files in this order:
2. Face mod
3. Fair Skin Complexion for CBBE
4. FSC Face patch
5. Sweaty Body
6. FSC Lines on Skin Fix

// The Mod above is after I've checked today not anymore available at the Nexus, very sad because it was one of my favourites! Have found an alternative mod that does the same thing here but I haven't had time to try that out yet, and since I love the spectecular texture I have right now I don't think that I'll do until I have to reinstall my skyrim. Plz give me some feedback if you have tried the new mod out //

CHSBHC - BBP - Nude and Jiggly Mod by CherryHotaling
[Lorefriendly] yes/mostly
If you liked the bouncing boobies from Dead or Alive and have the CBBE Mod above installed, be sure to install CHSBHC :-)
[Install note]
Attention! Be sure to copy and overwrite the hip meshes from the CBBE Mod above after installation, to avoid the open/clipping hip bug. You need BBP compatible armor/clothes (see links in Armor section), otherwise the effect is just seen if the npc is topless (can cause clipping issues because pants/stockings won't fit if character wears no top).

Originally posted by CherryHotaling:
-realistic ragdolls mod will cause the breasts to have VERY odd behavior because the breasts use the the built in physics for some movement.
Personally I played most of the time with the realistic ragdolls mod, and didn't realize any difference, just don't steal clothes from a dead womens body... But I'm gonna test that out as soon as I get to it. If you want to drive save, don't install the ragdoll mod.

"Better Females by Bella" - CORE FILES
Makes the female faces look prettier.
[Lorefriendly] yes/mostly
Towns and villages enhanced (optional)
Towns and villages enhanced (optional) Add's more objects, Performance drain…

There is nothing much to say about these mod's just install them if you have a powerful pc. They add at least 1000 objects to each of the cities. Framerate drop assured :-) but who likes to walk through a deserted ciity.

Towns and Villages Enhanced: Villages
[Lorefriendly] yes

Towns and Villages Enhanced: Winterhold
[Lorefriendly] yes

Towns and Villages Enhanced: Dawnstar
[Lorefriendly] yes

Towns and Villages Enhanced: Morthal
[Lorefriendly] yes

Towns and Villages Enhanced: Windhelm
[Lorefriendly] yes

Towns and Villages Enhanced - Riverwood
[Lorefriendly] yes

Towns and Villages Enhanced: Solitude
[Lorefriendly] yes

Towns and Villages Enhanced: Riften
[Lorefriendly] yes

Towns and Villages Enhanced: Whiterun
[Lorefriendly] yes

Skyrim Fix / Gameplay upgrades
Skyrim Fix / Gameplay upgrades

Unofficial Skyrim Patch
[Lorefriendly] yes
Fixes a variety of minor issues.

EzE's - Remove 3D Map Camera Restrictions
[Lorefriendly] yes
Removes the camera restrictions, now you can zoom in like in google maps, now you see where you really are and where to walk around hills.
[Install note] Caution: Read the readme you have to change some entries in the Skyrim.ini located at C:\Users\"yourusername\Documents\My Games\Skyrim

Arrows Stick
Let your enemies look like "pinhead" :-)

This mod has been removed by the author, but DruggaWugga™ found an alternative mod called pincushion (link below):

Realistic Ragdolls and Force
Tired of enemys getting blown away hundreds of meters because of an fireball impact?
[Install note] If you have the CHSBHC mod installed, please read the quote above before installing.

Relighting Skyrim
[Lorefriendly] yes
Replaces a lot of wrong placed illumination effects.

Spend Dragon Souls For Perks
[Lorefriendly] mostly
You can only skill to level 80 in the vanilla version, for each level you get one perk point. But there are a lot more perks to choose, if you are a real dragonslayer and have dragonsouls to the dozen, you can exchange those souls for perks with this mod. Great work!
There is a triplet of stones near Riverwood where you can trade in your souls, the exact location is seen in the picture below

Lighter Dragon Loot
[Lorefriendly] yes
Tired of beeing overencumbered because of too much dragon bones and scales, this mod reduces the weight of these items to an bearable amount.

Lightweight Potions and Poisons
Reduces the weight of each potion and poison to 0.1

Better Quest Objectives
Want to know where to slay the next bandit chief, without just relying on your questmarker?

Detailed Mine Map Markers
[Lorefriendly] yes
Add's the material name to each mine map marker, so you see wich resource you can aquire in each mine.

Unread Books Glow
All skillbooks you haven't read already are glowing.
[Install note] To change glow settings, just open the in-game "Magic" menu, select "Powers", and select "{Unread Books Glow Settings}"

Lockpicking Measurement Vision
Add's a glowing measurement line around your lock, to better rember where your pick was after breaking ist. Essential for master locks.

Birds and Flocks
Increases the amount of Birds that fly away when startled as well as the amount of Bats in the caves.

Footprints by jonwd7
[Lorefriendly] yes
Aninals now leave footprints if they walk through snow.

SkyTEST - Realistic Animals and Predators by EtaYorius
[Lorefriendly] yes
Animals act like real predators and attack each other and not just only you.

Stones of Barenziah Quest Markers
If you are level 60, did each of the thieves guild quest's and didn't stumble over all stones of barenziah, it is probably ok to install this mod.

Call your horse
NPC - Custom Followers

Amazing Follower Tweaks
[Lorefriendly] yes
Essential gameplay mod, you can have up to five followers, you can let your followers wait, summon them into combat, go into stealth mode, change their clothes, choose their skills, let them be pure mages/warriors what ever you like.

Reduced Distance NPC Greetings
[Lorefriendly] yes
Ever brewed a potion at an alchemy table that's placed in a shop? Hate to hear the 5 sentences bethesda teached the shopceeper every 15 seconds over and over again! Now the NPC's only talk to you if they are spoken to or if you bump into them.

Mary J's Hideaway
[Lorefriendly] mostly
Add's a real pretty NPC Follower with her own Homebase near Riverwood. Look at the Pictures if you don't find it. And bring her some clothes :)

Currently unavailable via Nexus, if someone knows an equivalent Mod or Source plz feel free to contact me

Girls of Skyrim - add 4 Companions and 5 Playable Characters by basskimm
[Lorefriendly] yes
An other follower mod wich add's four pretty girls. This is a standalone mod, you dont't need any CBBE or Apachii hair installed.
[Install note] If you need just one or two of the girls you can disalbe the other ones in your mod menu.


Girls of Skyrim - PATCH by Grospolina
[Lorefriendly] yes
[Install note] Be sure to overwrite existing files and say no if NMM askes to update the mod.

Victorias High Heel walk Animation plus BBP by xp32
Changes the normal walking animation into a sexy walk animation, works perfectly with the high heels from different mods'.
[Install note] Needs Xp32Skeletton, see below

XP32 Maximum Skeleton -XPMS by xp32
[Lorefriendly] yes
Needed for the Victorias High Hell walk Animation, supports CHSBHC and is compatible with all mod's listed by me and most other mod's.

Zaz Resources - Whips Restraints and Bondage by rofloski
I have this mod just because of the whip :) for maximum follower efficency issues only ^^ if you need character poses you have to use FNIS (link below) after the installation of this mod to enable the scripts.

Fores New Idles in Skyrim - FNIS by fore
Add's some new idle animations (look under restoration magic! and use them like a spell), but it is also needed for the Zaz Resources - Whips Restraints mod above (and some other mods wich add custom idle animations)
[Install note] run GenerateFNISforUsers.exe click on "Update FNIS Behavior" and exit
If there are any further questions read this article

Skyrim NPC Editor 0_75_1 by foretrenty
If all these readily available modded followers aren't enough just build your own! This is no mod its more a tool you can use to create NPC's.
Armor / Clothing
Armor / Clothing

Remodeled Armor for CBBEv3 Bodyslide and BBP by ChronoTrigger77
[Lorefriendly] mostly
Changes a whole lot of female armor's (such as the town guards armor) into a BBP compatible and a more skimpy looking version, almost essential if you have CHSBHC installed.

Neo - Lei Fang and Christie -CBBEv3M by Nausicaa by Nausicaa
[Lorefriendly] no
Add's two wonderful set's of armor.

Sweet and Sexy Lingerie shop CBBE by Nikitaa
[Lorefriendly] no
Add's a lingerie shop in solitude, where you can go shopping with your girl's.

Gatti 14 Yumiko Suits for CBBEv3 by Gatti
[Lorefriendly] no

Fetish Armour Collection
[Lorefriendly] no
If you like the wings (like on my Misha) this armor collection is the way to go!

Here are some Videos postet by the creator:

R18Pn Set - Inner Wear Set for UNP and CBBEV3 by NPR
[Lorefriendly] no
Hints / Conclusion
Hints / Conclusion


For all people that aren't compfortable with using boss, here is my personal load order:

But it takes a lot of time sorting them manually, so just use boss and move the unrecognized files from the bottom up into their coresponding cathegory (SMIM Part II unrecognized below Part I that hast been recognized etc.)

How to Install Nexus Mods

A great step by step tutorial that shows how to install mod's from Nexus:

Savegame Issues

If you have issues loading your savegame, there are a lot of possibilities to solve this problem. If your pc freezes or you get a CTD then try loading an older savegame that works and load the failing one after that. There are always 3 auto saves try each one out, hopefully one works. If everything fails, try to lower your graphic settings before loading. Save often! Save indoors facing a wall, less to load less savegame issues... Let your followers wait if you get CTD while opening a door. Stand still before opening a door and wait for a second before opening a door. Don't save in the middle of a dragon fight when your five followers are casting spells an you are out in the open with a lot of other NPC's. Always make a clean save before changing mods. If you have changed your loadorder and your game won't load the savegame you can find out what your loadoarder was by using Wyre Bash.

Wrye Bash by Wrye Bash Team
See what mods you had installed for each savegame and the "corresponding?" loadorder. Or use it like the NMM.

How to change Apachii Hairstyles for NPC's

If you are a real perfectionist an aren't happy with the hair style choices Spewed made in his ApachiiSkyHair NPC Overhaul mod you can use the step by step YouTube Tutorial he made to change that. You have to download the Creation Kit Bethesda made first. Go to your steam library you will find the creation kit in the tools section. If you have the Main file ApachiiSkyHair_v_1_5_Full and the optional ApachiiSkyHairFemale_v_1_3 installed the CK won't allow you to start because of two Masterfiles active, please add "bAllowMultipleMasterLoads=1" under [General] to your SkyrimEditor.ini in your /Skyrim folder.

Do this especially if you dislike this:

Black Face Bug

There is the rare possibility of some NPC's having a black face or a darker forehead. This is caused by wrong installed head meshes. Be sure to apply the Headmeshfixes (download all main files from nexus!) if you are using the ApachiiSkyHair NPC Overhaul. If this problem still persists, here is a tutorial to resolve this
you have to use the Creation Kit which is downloadable through steam.
But my personal prefered method is as followed, open console click on character with bugged face and type: equipitem 0005A9E3 1

Don't Do

Please be aware that using more than one physics mod is not recommended! Or using two different mod's that change the same thing, like a complete housecarl overhaul and a seperate mod that changes lydia, no good!

Geforce Tweaks

If you have a Geforce Graphic Card (but some settings work also for AMD Cards) here is a nice little guide for improving your visuals
powerfull PC Setup required!

My PC Setup
Asus P8Z77-V
i7 3770k
Geforce 570 GTX
40° Sony Bravia LCD
XBOX Wireless Controller
Creative Audigy Player 2
Logitech Z-5500 505 W RMS 5.1 THX
Console Commands
Console Commands

A very easy way to change the clothes of your followers or random NPC's is to use the console commands.

To equip an NPC with an item you have stand really close to your NPC facing him, hit the "^" tilde-key to open he console (above the TAB button, below ESC), move your mousearrow opon your NPC and click (the followers editor id appears in the middle on the screen) and type in the following syntax:

equipitem "Editor ID" 1

Before you do that you usually have to unequip the item the follower is currently wearing. To unequip items there are two possibillities:

If you want to unequip all items at the same time with one command you can type in:


but the NPC puts those clothes back on after some time so it is better to unequip each item manually. Therefore you need the "item id" of the item you want to unequip. To show every item worn and in the inventory of your NPC type the following:


this shows the NPC's whole inventory. Clothes that are worn are shown as such. Now you just have to unequip each item you want to loose manually with the following command:

unequipitem "Editor ID" 1

this removes the worn item permanently. After that you can equip the desired items like shown above. If you want to equip an item and don't know the editor id it helps to know the name of the item, type:

help "itemname"

and it shows all items with the name you tiped in quotes. To narrow the search down it is possible to type instead of:

help "robes" (shows all robes, at least 30 different items to search through)

help "hooded robes" (to show all hooded robes instead of all robes, or type "grey robes" or "black robes" to search for the grey or the black robes)

If there is some misbehaviour or bug with the NPC's like they have no head or they are shuffling instead of walking (this kind of thing really happens, afterall it is a sandboxed open world game), open console, click on them and then type:


There are a lot more helpful commands, these two sites should provide all necessary. But be VERY careful, always be sure what you are doing, before typing, these commands are very powerful and can ruin your game forever. Really!
DL Collection all Steam-Files
DL Collection all Steam-Files

For easier install of all the steamworkshop files I have made a collection:
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rjrgj Aug 31, 2016 @ 8:57pm 
All i want to do is change the armor on a NPC to a modded armor. CAN ANYONE help me

I have downloaded "greek armour mod" and done the following:

a. Duplicate and the Armour and the ArmorAA file.
b. Create an outfit, place the outfit on the NPC Hadvar.
c. when i preview the outfit in CK Hadvar is loaded wearing the armor.

Once i log ontot the game Hadvar is naked. Can someone please give me a step by step on what i am doing wrong.
OptimusPrime  [author] Feb 28, 2015 @ 2:31pm 
I really would like to, but I didn't buy the dlc back then :/
but tell me where is the problem is it not working if you have those 2 dlc installed or do you mean there are no mods in here that add to those dlc?
FestiveParrot™ Feb 27, 2015 @ 10:29pm 
Do you think you can update this guide for Dawnguard and Dragonborn users?
Me|and|myCoke[PL] Feb 3, 2015 @ 2:45am 
You want your graphic card to explode (or at least melt) while playing Skyrim? Thenk install RealVision ENB along with all recommended mods. 120 degrees on GPU guaranteed :)
OptimusPrime  [author] Jul 4, 2014 @ 4:29am 
it is a little while since I last played skyrim :) hmm don't know LOOT but if it does the same job as BOSS maybe it works, but If you have just installed above mods or less than use the loadorder I postet in the chapter Hints / Conclusions this should work properly.
Dr. Thrax Jul 4, 2014 @ 3:50am 
Hey uh, could you help me? I used all the texture mods listed (except anything related to the female npcs) and the sounds of skyrim mods, but I keep crashing everytime I try to press "play" in the skyrim launcher. I used LOOT instead of BOSS btw.
QN7554 Mar 29, 2014 @ 4:22pm 
Nah, I just want to contribute a bit to this great guide
OptimusPrime  [author] Mar 29, 2014 @ 3:18pm 
I looked it up and it seems like the creator has deletet the files, no information why whatsoever. Very sad, it was one of the mods I liked the most. It is no problem to make that in CreationKit by yourself but its a big hustle if you haven't worked with it. I searched my HD and found "Girls of Skyrim - Alexina and Stella as Followers" it is basicly the same mod I think but just 2 followers. But the original one I don't find and as I haven't played Skyrim for a year, I deleted most of my files. If you want the one I wrote about just send me a msg and I'll send you a link.
QN7554 Mar 29, 2014 @ 12:39pm 
@OptimusPrime It's this one
OptimusPrime  [author] Mar 29, 2014 @ 5:51am 
Wich Mod do you mean? Could you be a bit more specific namewise or send me a link? Will fix it right away..