The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

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Armored Tails - Khajiit Legionnaire Detachment (3.0)
Category: Characters, Followers
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Jul 8, 2013 @ 4:00pm
Nov 22, 2013 @ 2:05pm
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Armored Tails - Khajiit Legionnaire Detachment (3.0)

In 1 collection by DerAlleinTiger
DerAlleinTiger's Khajiit Follower Collection
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Ever wanted a detachment of Khajiit Legionnaires to command? Well, now you can have those Cats in Crimson!
What this mod adds:
- a detachment of Khajiit Legionnaires who can be used as followers and level with the player from level 1 to 81
- marriageable Khajiit
- rations of moonsugar, cooked salmon, and nightshade for all of the detachment members
- several pieces of in-game writing to provide a bit of backstory, and Savannah pin-up posters
- a mixture of classes with three heavy-armor warriors, one light-armor warrior, two light-armor archers, and one light-armor mage
Meet the Team
Tribune Urjora - A tough feline hailing from the even tougher streets of Leyawiin. He's fixing on making a career out of the Legion, and Legionnaires out of the cubs he's been given. He prefers to lead from the front and take the brunt of the action. Of course, his heavy armor and excellent use of the blade help him to survive the brutal fighting that has overtaken Skyrim.

Praefect Ashira - Urjora's second-in-command grew up on a small farm south of Chorrol. With two of her grandparents serving during the Great War and her father serving as a border guard for Elsweyr, Legion runs in her blood. Her father taught her everything he knew about swordplay. Combined with her natural leadership abilites, this led to her rapid advancement in rank.

Quaestor Ri'dato - Born in Cheydinhal, Ri'dato was always a skittish feline. When he came of age, his parents told him to join the Legion in hopes that it might toughen him up. Since then, he's made do with shutting up and doing his job. While still a bit jumpy, the Legion has, indeed, tuned him to be a fearless frontline soldier in the heat of battle, even if he still prefers lighter armor to sharp steel plates.

Quaestor Inerri - After losing her father to illness, Inerri was raised by her huntress mother in the wilds of the Great Forest. She learned to stalk beasts better than any man or mer. After countless hunting trips to the Colovian Highlands, Inerri quickly became an expert with the bow. With a sudden feeling of blandness in hunting wolves and bears, Inerri decided to join the Legion and hunt a different kind of prey.

Auxiliary Zahraji - Possibly the most unique of all her comrades, Zahraji was the daughter of a wealthy trader along the coast in Anvil. Not one for the lavish lifestyle, she grew bored and decided to dabble in the arcane arts. With the help of her Breton tutor, she soon found herself casting lightning as easily as an Altmeri mage. Prefering light armor to bulky metal, she remains an odd, but valuable, addition to her detachment.

Auxiliary S'baad - A city cat who knew little about the world outside the high walls and towers of the Empire's capital until he joined up with the Legion. S'baad had virtually no training in the art of war until he came of age and, not knowing what to do with his life, decided to serve. Much to the surprise of his Legion instructors, he found himself at home in a charging line of heavy infantry. Now he's seeing the world for what it really is, and enjoying every minute of it.

Auxiliary Rhakshar - Son of the only Khajiiti family in Bruma, Rhakshar is used to the cold weather of Skyrim and colder demeanor of the Nords who occupy it. As if in an attempt to make up for his harsh home settlement, he's often the most energetic of his comrades. With nothing but leather and cloth between him and his enemies' blades, this archer depends on his speed and agility to keep himself alive whilst pelting his targets from afar.
the Temple of Kynareth in Whiterun
Assorted Notes:
- Savannah pin-up posters have been added in the game. Please check the update notes for specifications. These posters were made as a joint project between Nerevar and me. His lovely Savannah was an excellent model.
- Because of the addition of the pin-up posters, I used a slightly different method of packing the .bsa. Since I've never done this before, please let me know if there's anything wrong with the characters' faces such as missing textures or the "gray face" bug. Extra special thanks goes to Nerevar for his excellent photography skills and his lovely Savannah's modelling talents.
- Those with low-end computers be warned: the game may lag quite a bit upon entering the Temple with all of the Khajiits inside.
- I made this mod solely for the setup of a screenshot, but decided I might as well share it on the Workshop. I simply chose the Temple of Kynareth because it was relatively spacious with relatively few NPC's already inside.
- This mod works great with any sort of multiple follower mod, so long as it's compatible with custom followers. Kain's "Multiple Followers Lite" is a good pick.

And don't forget to check out my Khajiit Follower Collection, linked near the top of the description.

Bonus: For those who want their Cats in Crimson to be even deadlier, have a look at my Skyforge Imperial Gear mod, which allows you to make Skyforge heavy Imperial armor that protects its wearer 50% more and a Skyforge Imperial Sword that doles out 50% MORE PAIN! Just use this link.
*Updated with light armor and a bow.*

Sadly, I do not take requests any longer after the launch of ESO and my classes starting up again. It has been a while since I've done any modding and I'm likely a bit rusty as it is anyway.
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dragonialunaria Nov 26 @ 9:50am 
LOL! Kk you're right. :)
DerAlleinTiger  [author] Nov 26 @ 9:10am 
@dragonialunaria - I will not. First because DEATH TO THE STORMCLOAKS. Second, it actually does NOT make sense in the slightest. The Stormcloaks are racist bastards who would rather encourage and reinforce the paranoia of the Nords to keep Khajiit and other races out of their cities, whereas the Imperial homeland itself is cosmopolitan and filled with all races living together as Imperial citizens. It's the Nords who push against this in Skyrim. Third, I just plain don't make mods anymore.
dragonialunaria Nov 26 @ 8:41am 
I was just wondering if you could/would make a Stormcloaks version of this mod. I personally think there should be Khajiit Stormcloaks if there's going to be Khajiit Imperials. Just to even things out, you know? It could just be me, but I think it makes sense.
ConWolf Jul 29 @ 11:03pm 
Hail the cats in crimson, lol! Love this mod!
Yeazzal Oct 18, 2015 @ 6:00pm 
My Favorite follower mod out there, Leading a unit of troops, General Katmus ready for battle!
sggaghghwaghwghwgh Oct 2, 2015 @ 7:52pm 
Thanks... well, I'm very tired, I'm gonna go offline to repair my hardware, then rest...
toasty Oct 2, 2015 @ 12:40am 
@DerAlleinTiger lol thx
DerAlleinTiger  [author] Oct 1, 2015 @ 7:41pm 
I did not say you were spreading lies. I said you were spreading misinformation and spoke falsehoods, which you did. And yes, I saw AJS. And while I disagreed with him on many accounts, he had good points. Many points that have since been completely nullified because MMO's are constantly being updated and evolved. And I realize Skyrim has multiplayer mods. I realize it has co-op mods. That does NOT mean its mechanics will work in a massive, OFFICIAL MMO. In a mod, its quirks can be put off or ignored, possibly even ironed out. But in an MMO, it's not as simple.
sggaghghwaghwghwgh Oct 1, 2015 @ 6:32pm 
skyrim nexus: tamriel online. Skyrim now has multiplayer, and co-op, you can choose to disable mods for the other player you don't have. Also, how am I spreading lies? AJS spoke out, and I even played the game myself, and after a while, agreed with him. Skyrim has the tools, tamriel online is proof of so...
DerAlleinTiger  [author] Oct 1, 2015 @ 12:41pm 
Second, YOU may have wanted and online Skyrim... But I wasn't foolish enough to think that could happen. You can NOT just repackage Skyrim as a full blown MMO and sell it to people. You just can't. It can potentially work on a smaller scale with mods, but there are mechanics that just cannot transfer over. The bow mechanics in Skyrim would be a nightmare to use in ESO's PvP. You would never kill anyone. I hate to say it, but you're the problem with ESO. ESO is only as bad as the people who've spread misinformation about it from day 1. It was NOT perfect by any means and still isn't, but then what game is? Skyrim sure isn't, otherwise there wouldn't be mods. But it's one hell of a stable game now and one that I've heard again and again MMO players say they enjoy more than WoW and one I've heard ES players say they love for the expansion of lore and environments. And RP scene? Fantastic.