The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

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Playable Time Lord race (PTLr)
Category: Races
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0.203 MB
May 14, 2014 @ 10:38am
Jul 16 @ 5:41am
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Playable Time Lord race (PTLr)

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Doctor Who Skyrim mods
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Adds a playable Time Lord race to the game. You start with 200 Health, Magicka, and Stamina, and a carrying capacity of 400. Starting stats include bonuses in Restoration, Smithing, Block, Speech, and others. Special abilities are 75% resistance to disease, Quick Recovery (the ability recover Health 10 times faster for 60 seconds once a day), Regeneration (Made by ShatteredSteel; I take no credit), and several powers that let you manipulate the flow of time in several ways.
This mod is also available on the Nexus[]

- ShatteredSteel's TARDIS mod must be installed for this mod to work as intended. The TARDIS mod is available on both Steam and the Nexus[] Nexus users should be aware that this mod is only compatible with TARDIS mod version 2.0 or newer.
- The Dragonborn and Dawnguard DLCs are required to use this mod (Technically it's the TARDIS mod that requires them, not this mod, but since the TARDIS mod is a requirement of this mod, you can't run this mod without the requirements of the TARDIS mod.)

The load order for this mod should be as follows:

- Skyrim.esm
- Update.esm
- Dawnguard.esm (requirement of TARDIS mod)
[Hearthfire DLC if it is installed]
- Dragonborn.esm (requirement of TARDIS mod)
- stl-TARDIS-Regenerated.esm
- Playable Time Lord race v2.esp (This mod)

The following list of files should be kept as high in your load order as possible to minimise issues.

- If you experience CTD during character creation, install this: ShowRaceMenu PreCacheKiller[]
- If you can't find the Time Lord race in the race selection menu, try moving the mod as high as possible in your load order while still keeping it below the required files.
- If you experience CTD upon attempting to launch the game, please check that you have the Dragonborn and Dawnguard DLCs installed, along with version 2.0 or newer of the TARDIS mod.
- If you are using version 2.0.1, 2.0.2, or 2.0.3 of the TARDIS mod, please be aware that they require the .bsa file in version 2.0, and should therefore be installed over version 2.0.

This mod was tested and is known to work with the following mods, though there are some minor issues:
- Compatible with RaceMenu[] but you may have trouble changing hair and a few other things, depending on your load order (at least with the version of RaceMenu I tested with; this may no longer be the case in the current version.)
- Compatible with Beards[] but presets not using any facial hair will feature the first of the new beards added by that mod.

This mod was tested and is fully compatible with the following mods:
- Windsong character overhaul[]
- Brows[]

The following mods are being used in the screenshots provided for this mod:
- Alternate Start - Live Another Life
- Skyrim In Color
- TARDIS mod (Also a requirement)

- Preset addons for the 3 Apachii files
- Addon for Doctor presets
- Possible addon for Time Lord followers
- Non-DLC version for those using the old version of the TARDIS mod (Any version between 1.6 and 1.8.3 for Nexus users.)

- All Regeneration related content was created by ShattetedSteel and is used with permission.
- Idea/suggestion for Time Bending special abilities came from EmissaryOfInfinity over on the Nexus.


If you're a Doctor Who fan, enjoy! If you're not a Doctor Who fan, then this mod isn't for you.
Popular Discussions View All (1)
Apr 24 @ 9:19pm
I only have the tardis and playable time lord race on. but then....[READ DESC]
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Jamma77  [author] Jul 27 @ 5:41am 
GOOD NEWS! The new version of the TARDIS mod has just been uploaded to the Steam workshop. Get it here:
dtshaw1 Jul 6 @ 6:15am 
yes I did have DLC, I don't know about the bsa. I will look.
Jamma77  [author] Jul 6 @ 2:30am 
Also, did you have the DLCs loaded while the crashing was occurring?
Jamma77  [author] Jul 5 @ 11:06pm 
Actually, one thing I did think of was this: Did you install any of the beta updates for the TARDIS mod, and uninstalll version 2.0 before doing so? Because the beta updates require the .bsa file from 2.0, and that .bsa contains the scripts for the regeneration mechanic, which could be why the game is crashing; you're trying to load a race whose special abilities don't have the required scripts. If this is the case, you need to reinstall version 2.0, then reinstall the beta updaes without uninstallinf 2.0. If you're asked to overwrite anything during installation of the beta updates, that's meant to happen. Overwrite everything you're asked to (the beta updates don't contain a .bsa file, so they won't overwrite the one in 2.0), then try running the game and see if it crashes.
dtshaw1 Jul 5 @ 1:50pm 
Alright I will look at that angle. I do not remember if I installed any new ones, but I did unload the mods so that yours and Tardis were the only ones left. It still could be a regeneration bug in the Tardis mod. Thank you for testing.
Jamma77  [author] Jul 3 @ 2:42am 
@dtshaw1, Ok, I've done a bit of testing, and I can't find the cause of your problem. I tested auto regeneration on a new character, then quit the game and restarted it, and it worked; no CTD. This suggests that it's not my mod that was causing your game to crash.
The only thing I can think of is my original suggestion of taking this possibly regeneration-related issue to ShatteredSteel, the maker of the regeneration mechanic. Another possible cause is this: Did you install any new mods before attempting to launch the game the first time it crashed?
Jamma77  [author] Jun 29 @ 10:40pm 
Might be some regeneration-related bug. If that's the case there's not much I can do. ShatteredSteel made the regeneration, I just added the regeneration spells to the Time Lord specials.
dtshaw1 Jun 29 @ 5:26pm 
I was finishing one of the companion quests , and had just undergone an auto-regeneration.
Jamma77  [author] Jun 28 @ 10:19pm 
Oh, sorry. I misread the timestamp on your comment. Well, now I have to say I have no idea. The only thing I can think of is this: what were you doing in-game in-game around the time the crashing started?
dtshaw1 Jun 28 @ 4:36pm 
So, If it won't run without v2.0 of the TARDIS mod, why was it fine for two days? This indicates that I had everything right, even the load order! I do not enjoy having someone jump down my throat for a sensible question.