The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

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35th Nightingale - Wanderer
Category: Armor
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Mar 9, 2012 @ 4:52pm
May 8, 2012 @ 4:20pm
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35th Nightingale - Wanderer

Wanderer Armor - Version 3.1

Stand-alone armor set based on Nightingale.
Feel free to rename, as the set is now unenchanted.
Can be crafted with at a Forge - requires Adv. Armors perk.
Can be improved at a Workbench.

This is a tanned leather and charcoal variant of the Nightingale armor set, utilizing the Torn Scarf meshes and transparencies. (Huge thanks to AlphaDragoon and Gilead Maerlyn for their work on the Scarf Variant and Capeless Variant, respectively.)

In addition to the overall color changes, some patterns and line-work have been implemented, along with a little scrubbing of the grunge present in the original look. The result is an armor set that is simple and unobtrusive - while being slightly more intricate, colorful, and clean. Nocturnal may or may not approve, but it should still be a fitting look for Skyrim's rangers, thieves, and assassins.

Due to the obscene number of Nightingale retextures and recolors, this was originally only going to be for my personal use. After spending entirely way too much time working on it instead of actually playing, I thought I may as well upload it in the off chance I might save someone else a little hassle.
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Ramen Feb 24 @ 7:56pm 
Good point, I've never considered that.
joshuacooper51 Feb 19 @ 3:07pm 
if you have trouble with smithing, why not console command to 100 and add perks... it doesn't make the game fun, but you can focus on your other skills instead
killderberius Feb 2 @ 7:01am 
Mothey Sep 2, 2016 @ 12:20pm 
The console commands to get this item still don't work. I'm not sure if they ever did.
Ramen Aug 8, 2016 @ 3:02pm 
Is there a way for non-smithing characters to get this armour somehow (other than console)? I've played skyrim for ages and leveling smithing is like the demon-grind, I would greatly appreciate an alternative.
BlakeWGamez Jul 16, 2016 @ 2:11pm 
how can I get the armor capeless
Mike Wazowski Apr 9, 2016 @ 8:25am 
player.additem 040012C5 1
player.additem 040012C9 1
player.additem 040012CA 1
player.additem 040012CB 1
lorrick1975 Jan 18, 2016 @ 8:49am 
male version?
Ultimate Macaw Jan 8, 2016 @ 10:55pm 
Sorry for double post I forgot to mention something:

If all else fails move this mod up in the load order. I have quite a few mods so I put this right under the official files and it worked wonderfully.
Ultimate Macaw Jan 8, 2016 @ 10:48pm 

I had some issues getting this on in game.

First off the armor is found under the leather category.

You'll need only one dragon scale to improve each piece (player.additem 0003ADA3 4). However, in order to get it to Legendary I had to not only have the arcane smith perk but also substantially increase my smithing. I had a 30% boost on my gauntlets and then drank Blacksmith's Elixir which is an additional 50%. That is probably overkill, the potion probably could have done it alone. If you want the potion easily, go to the developer's room "coc qasmoke," find the potions box, and it should be close to the top. Use "coc riverwood" to get out (no quotes of course.)

If you just want to add the armor these are the IDs that worked for me (Courtesy of ripcurl780):
player.additem 0A0012C5 1
player.additem 0A0012C9 1
player.additem 0A0012CA1
player.additem 0A0012CB1

Hope this helps, sorry for being so long. :)