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SHARPE Craftsmanship: Made to order
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Apr 5, 2012 @ 1:53pm
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SHARPE Craftsmanship
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Not so sure you want your mighty warrior, sneaky thie.. -err- scout, or wise mage to pursue a career in blacksmithing just to forge that Dragon Plate armor s/he always wanted? Despair no more: Eorlund Gray-Mane has decided to make his unsurpassed skill at the forge available for custom work.

Just take a look at his catalogue of items (found at the Skyforge in Whiterun), provide him with the raw materials for your armor or weapon and be sure to have cash ready when you come to pick up your order!

Skyrim Highly Advanced (or Hopefully Acceptable ;)) Role Playing Enhancements presents:

SHARPE Craftsmanship: Made to order

This mod allows you to order items from blacksmith catalogues, independent of your skills or perks.

Visit Eorlund Gray-Mane at the Skyforge in Whiterun and order from his catalogue. You'll find all craftable items in the game available for order, including those from DLCs and other mods (assuming crafting recipes are provided).

Installation instructions:
Click "Subscribe". The mod will load automatically the next time you start Skyrim.

Updates happen automatically when Skyrim is started (you'll see messages to that effect in the Skyrim launcher screen, please wait for it to complete all updates).

Due to the way Skyrim stores information in save games, it is possible for updates not to work on saves made with an older version of a mod. If you have problems, please try the mod using a clean save (e.g. by starting with a new character or by using a save game from before you ever installed the mod). If that solves the problem, you can try cleaning[arwenevecom.ipage.com] your recent save game.

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The Amazing Cube May 25 @ 7:51am 
It's a really cool idea, but there was one idea I had to improve it slightly. Perhaps making the ordered gear take much more resources than just smithing to balance it, but also offer the current edition for those whom like it the way it is. Fantastic idea though and don't even bother with this idea if you don't like it for any reason.
KingExcaliburn Mar 19 @ 7:06pm 
Great mod! I could'nt live in skyrim without it. Thanks!
greaterfiend Feb 13 @ 11:02pm 
Personally I like the other Adrienne Avenicci, or Warmaiden, better.
JyeSon Jan 1 @ 12:23pm 
Great mod, thanks very much for doing these. Does he also upgrade them by chance? For a differing fees he could upgrade from fine to legendary.
benoitmartinez Jul 20, 2013 @ 7:27am 
Sounds like a great mod but one question, since I haven't tested it yet : can Eorlund forge for me armors coming from mods ?
ralphneighbor2 Jul 3, 2013 @ 6:39am 
Mod works flawless great work
Caaros, The King of Chaos Jun 17, 2013 @ 9:43pm 
uztov Mar 12, 2013 @ 6:27pm 
This is the best mod ever. Srsly.
mucusSTfriend Jan 15, 2013 @ 5:07am 
Is there some compatiblity issue with Dawnguard? I tried the mod with a save having completed that questline and the book acted like a forge (no money required). I tried another character (same load order) and the mod worked normally.
Misanthrope Jan 9, 2013 @ 3:41am 
Awesome idea, wondering if you ever thought about something similar to comission enchantments as well (that guy in the collegue even comments on how people comission enchantments yet you can't comission anything)