The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

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[ VoidCraft ] Optic Nature Pack
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May 27, 2012 @ 8:21am
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[ VoidCraft ] Optic Nature Pack

Have too many graphic mods that you just can't live without? Why not use a combo pack?

*** Attention ***
I did not create the mods in this combo pack, I am merely combining them into one all-in-one mod. I have the utmost respect for the creators of these mods and I hope they are not offended. My aim is to consolidate these great mods into one .esp file to ease on the 50 mod limit of steam. Please support the original creators.

The following mods are included in this pack:

Vurts FLora Overhaul v109a Hi-Res - by Vurt
Lush Grass 1.4.1 - by OpticShooter
Lush Trees 1.3 - by OpticShooter
Kerplunk 1.0 - by OpticShooter
Vibrant Aurora 1.1 - by OpticShooter
Enhanced Distance Terrain 1.4 HD - by OpticShooter
Alternate Sun Glare 1.1 Hi-Res - by Isoku
Hybrids HD Plants + Herbs v4 - by MysticHybrid

If you use this mod pack, please go to the original creator's sites to endorse them,
I'm sure they would appreciate it.

Vurt -
Isoku -
MysticHybrid -
OpticShooter -

My Mods
VoidCraft: Armory -
VoidCraft: Jewelry -
VoidCraft: Housecarls -
VoidCraft: Breezehome -
VoidCraft: Smithing 101 -

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Keyser Soze 7 Jun 18 @ 1:27pm 
well the thing about steam is i never seen (also had) a corrupt/hack/viris mod downloaded and i tried downloading from nexux once and i got a virus plus steam mod downloading is easier (i think) because you dont have to deal with file setting and putting it in a folder (not so sure on this last just to let ya know) though i think you just have to be willing to take risks for nexus but thanks for pointing out ur point ps: i just noiteced teh difference i was tired when i first saw it XD so great mod
Saint Void  [author] Jun 15 @ 9:45pm 
continued -
To be fank, there is actually a lot more transparency on the Nexus than anywhere else. Beyond that, Modders are not hackers. We do it for the love of the game. Nexus is actually the safest, where there is the ability to preview exactly what you're downloading, every part of every file. If you know what you're looking at (which isn't hard), its very easy see right away if something was amiss.

I could go on and on, but put it this way, If you trust my mod here enough to use it, then You should trust my word and people like Gopher or GamerPoets, who are programers who know a lot more than me. I trust the best modders more than I trust any steam green light.
Take a few minutes, and watch this.
He has a whole series on every Bethesda game. Watch and then make up your mind.
Saint Void  [author] Jun 15 @ 9:45pm 
@Keyser Soze 7 - I get it, a 3rd party site seems untrustworth. I was like you, I only used Steam for a while (hence why I have these mods published). But as I learned more about modding and how to create mods, I learned that honestly, Steam is literally no safer than Nexus or . The reason, there is no company oversight. Trust me, I have plently of published mods. I made babysteps into modding. Skyrim was the first game I ever modded. Then I was like, ok Steam mods, but definiately not SKSE or any script extender. Then a Youtuber by the name of Gopher put out these great tutorials, whats safe and why. Now that being said, in 6 years of modding, I have never once come across or even heard of a malicious mod. Ever. It just doesn't happen. The community is so self regulated, there would be no chance of it ever happening. So many other modders look at each others work, within the first 5 minutes it would be spotted and deleted and banned.
Keyser Soze 7 Jun 14 @ 3:11pm 
plus steam works just fine for me
Keyser Soze 7 Jun 14 @ 3:10pm 
i dont trust nexus
Saint Void  [author] Jun 7 @ 10:34pm 
This mod was before the HD texture pack was released..... Thats why you don't see a difference. And why are you all still using Steam for mods? Go to the Nexus for god's sake.
Saint Void  [author] Jun 7 @ 10:32pm 
@Dr. Collateral - well back in 2012 when I released this mod, there used to be a .esp mod limit. Fastward to 2017 and now Skyrim & Fallout 4 has a 250 mod limit. Amazing how far we've come.
Dramatic Paws Jun 3 @ 6:02pm 
the description says something about a fifty mod limit for steam, and i have over 200 mods for skyrim and it works fine
Keyser Soze 7 Mar 9 @ 2:44pm 
i look in the pics for the mod i dont see any difference in the looks
Saint Void  [author] Aug 19, 2016 @ 5:52pm 
Don't need to :)