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MC- Clothes (DG & DB)
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Mythical Creations (DG & DB)
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Description
======Description======

Ever wish you could go questing in regular clothes, but still have the protection that armor offers? If so, this mod is for you.

This mod duplicates all the articles of clothing (without replacing any of them), and gives them the stats of Dragonscale armor. Not only that, but it also reduces the weight and increases the value.

======How it works======

So to use this mod, you need to have the clothes you want to make and a soul gem in your inventory. If you have the dragon smithing perk unlocked, you can then head over to a tanning rack and create your item.

If you don't have the clothes you want, don't worry! I've put a chest in-game that has all the clothes that would be needed to turn them into mythical clothes. The chest is located just north of Redoran's Retreat. You could also go to The Radiant Raiment in Solitude and buy the clothes there.


You could also find Mythical Clothes as random loot. This way if you're not a smith, you can just go out looking for your next piece of armor. You start finding the clothes around level 50 and you will find more and more as you rise in level.


If you can't find the soul gems, you should go check out this mod which increases the number of soul gems that court wizards and general goods stores sell by fourfold. It also increases the number of soul gems in random loot by threefold. This includes loot found on bandits.


======Requirments======

For this mod to work at all, you need Dawnguard and Dragonborn (and Skyrim, of course).


If you don't have any of the DLC, go subscribe to the Vanilla Edition


The Heavy Armor edition can be found here.

======Item List======

Below is the list of clothes included in this mod (If I missed anything, let me know in the comments and I'll add it.)

- All variants of farm/common clothing (Basically what the townsfolk wear)

-All vairants of Fine/Rich person clothing (What the jarls, Nobles, and almost everyone in Solitude wears.)

- Psiijic Robes, Gloves, Boots, and hood

- Executioner Robes, Boots, and Hood

- Ragged Robes, Boots, and Cowl

- Roughspun Tunic

- Footwraps

- Alik'r Assassin Robes, Hood, and Boots (what Nazir wears)

- Hammerfell Garb, Boots, and Alik'r Hood

- Jester robes, Gloves, Boots, and Hat

- All variants of monk robes (Look the same, colored different)

- Vampire Clothes, Hood, Gloves, and Boots

- Barkeep Clothes and Shoes

- Black Raiment and Cap(Look like mourner's clothes)

- Blacksmith Clothes and Shoes

- Chef Clothes, Hat, and Shoes

- All variants of Mage robes

- All variants of Dunmer clothes (what the citizens of Raven Rock wear)

- Dunmer wizard robes (what Neloth wears)

- Dunmer Priest Robes, Hood, and Boots

- All variants of Merchant Clothes, and Boots

- Both variants of Miner's Clothes, and Shoes.

- Alll variants of Necromancer Clothes, and Necromancer Boots.

- Sandals

- All variants of Ragged Clothes, Boots, and Hood

- Skaal Coat, Boots, Gloves, and Hat

- Hooded and not hooded versions of Thalmor Robes, Thalmor Boots, and Gloves

- Wedding Clothes/Dress, and Wreath


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If you like the mod, give a thumbs up!
53 Comments
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Melletch Jan 5 @ 5:10pm 
It is sad I cannot do this for armor ratings lower than Dragonscale at Start of game
Catomosprima Nov 16, 2014 @ 9:10pm 
Well I had the same issue that a person from January 18th had, where the mages hood was all the same colors. But since it was fine for you, not for him, and not for me. I suspected maybe it had something to do with not being a typical human/elf type, since I'm a Khajit. I'm guessing the person from the 18th was either a Khajit like me or an Argonian, I used a Respec mod that allowed race change out of suspicion and Khajit and Argonian will end up having a lightly-tanned hood. At least it did with my dark mage hood. I don't know if all mage hoods are like that though without the mod for the Khajit and Argonian. So maybe it's the game and not the mod, I dunno. But great mod, love it, my greatest gripe about being a light-armored magic thief, was that the light armors after Elven were so ugly. This is really appreciated, for being able to wear the 0-stat clothing I used to like wear for casual purposes in the game, and being able to use them for battles as well.
Catomosprima Nov 15, 2014 @ 7:16am 
Alright! Mourner clothes, here I come~!
SuicidePolecat Aug 22, 2014 @ 8:02am 
Works absolutely brilliant. Great job, great mod, love it!
TheVandal Jun 29, 2014 @ 6:12pm 
no...can u make a mod like this but instead of only being able to make armor your default look instead of clothes being your default look
TheLoneFerret287  [author] Jun 29, 2014 @ 6:09pm 
Are you saying you want clothes that aren't quite as strong as dragonbone, but still have a armor rating?
TheVandal Jun 29, 2014 @ 6:04pm 
because i got this other mod that gives new AWESOME clothing thats all armor :/
TheLoneFerret287  [author] Jun 29, 2014 @ 5:54pm 
If you don't want the stats, why don't you just use the default armor?
TheVandal Jun 29, 2014 @ 5:38pm 
would this work if u had armor that looked good but the stats werent good?
TheLoneFerret287  [author] Apr 7, 2014 @ 1:45pm 
Thanks!