The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

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Update: Jul 17 @ 9:44am

Ver. 1.7.2

Redesigned Enilno's pommel and made the gems slightly emissive.

Flamesting has been given a bit of a makeover. All of the textures have been revised somewhat and the normal maps improved. The blade deco is now also separate from the blade and everything's a bit shinier overall.

Fixed a problem with the Firedoom Staff that'd cause a CTD if it was dropped or put on a weapon rack.

Update: Feb 10 @ 10:44am

Ver. 1.7.1

Corrected the impact sounds for the projectile and the bow occasionally firing an Incinerate projectile as well as its normal one.

Update: Feb 7 @ 9:09pm

Ver. 1.7

Added the Infinity Bow and a hint note for it

The Scimitar of Khumash-Gor and Bonecrusher have been material-classed as silver, so they'll jive with mods like Truly Undead.

The standard and Magic bow both have lost weight and gotten a new texture.

Update: Dec 4, 2015 @ 7:01pm

Ver. 1.6

Added conditions to Enilno's effects so it doesn't disrupt dwarven automatons or spiders

Added a smattering of notes to provide clues to weapon locations. Almost all of them can be found in hold inns.

Increased Bonecrusher's swing speed and slightly reduced the scale of its mesh, and revised its textures some. It's now also especially effective against Mr. Skeltal.

Did some tweaking to Enilno. It's a bit faster now and one of its effects has been strengthened.

Fixed the Great Dagger's enchantment effect. Before it used a rather roundabout method that had inconsistent results and required unequipping and re-equipping the weapon for it to work, now it should behave correctly.

Added the Spiked Shield in two flavors, steel and bronze. One is heavy armor and the other is light. The Spiked Shield is an upgrade of sorts to the Targe of the Blooded, causing a bit more bleeding damage and both offer better protection, and UNLIKE the Targe the Spiked Shield(s) can be enchanted.

Added the Scimitar of Khumash-Gor, and a custom dungeon for you to get it from!

Update: Oct 23, 2015 @ 9:16am

Added a note to Mistveil to help clue the player into where Enilno lies.

Update: Oct 21, 2015 @ 3:00pm

Ver. 1.5

Added The Quicksword, Enilno. I took some considerable artistic license with its design since Ultima II doesn't exactly have much in the way of artwork for it, and its rendition in Ultima 5: Lazarus is, IMO, too fantastical.

Spruced up the Sword of Defense some, giving it a custom-made pommel stone (instead of the shrunk-down diamond mesh it used before) and reworked most of its textures.

The Hoe of Destruction has been totally redone, with a brand-spanking new model and textures.

Added the Great Dagger.

Reworked Flamesting's fire blast, since the rotated dragon flame approach was butts.

Added the Magician's Wand

The Magebane now has a custom sheath and its effects have been tweaked a little. It now interrupts spellcasters on top of vaping their magicka.

Changed the grip texture on Erinon's Axe

Update: Mar 23, 2015 @ 1:25pm

Reduced the duration of the poison dagger's effect and its magnitude. Also removed the slowing effect from it. I wanted it so the dagger's effect could be cured by cure poison potions and such, but I've found it doesn't work when the MGEF is used as an enchantment effect. Also adjusted how its description is set up.

Update: Mar 21, 2015 @ 9:24am

Just a reupload to make sure it all got uploaded.

Update: Mar 21, 2015 @ 9:22am

Version 1.4

Several new weapons added! Ultima 8 gets some love with Slayer, Flamesting and Bonecrusher have been added to the roster, as well as Erinon's Axe from Serpent Isle, and a couple bows! The Magic Bow and the standard Britannian Longbow, along with standard arrows and Burst Arrows. There's also a secret weapon, see if you can find it. ;)

Revised the Dragonslayer sword's perk addition script

Fixed the IMod for the blue fireballs, so now it's actually blue

Several weapons have had a bit of a makeover and now look purdier. The glass sword also now has a more proper scabbard.

The Fire Swords now will cast light when unsheathed, instead of on being equipped. This applies even if a fire sword is given to a follower or held in the left hand.

Added a custom blue fire damage effect, so now opponents hit by blue fire-casting stuff will be lit up with blue fire, instead of plain 'ol normal fire.

Tweaked the glass sword some. Now, when it breaks, you'll get a bladeless hilt which you can use to remake the sword (providing you have enough peer gems). Changes were also made to one of its scripts to help in case of break trace failure.

The Dragonslayer has been repositioned in its location due to the terrain eating it, now it's more easily findable (and less likely to be eaten by Skyrim Sorcery).

The gems in the Lightning Wand and Lightning Rod are now refractive.

A hint to where the Dragonslayer sword is located has been made a bit more obvious.

Adjusted some of the fire-based weapons. The standard Fire Sword and Flamesting now will scare the living poo out of people if you have the Intense Flames perk. The blue Fire Sword is a special snowflake, however, and will make people run like ninnies whether you have the perk or not. Also changed the two Fire Swords to use a modified 1-handed impact data, which results in the swords sparking on nearly anything they hit.

Renamed Flamesting's hazard effect and changed the hazard itself, so it now instead of a completely harmless pool of flame you get a huge searing JET of fire that actually HURTS people.

Bonecrusher's base damage has been boosted from 14 to 16, making it equivalent to a Daedric mace. The perk has been adjusted as well so Bonecrusher properly deals double damage, instead of adding on half its base damage to the overall result. (For clarity, the original setup meant that you'd deal a base 14 points plus an additional 7 if you hit undead with the hammer.)

Made custom impact data for the Magebane

Changed the magnitude of the Magebane's effects to a much higher value, so now it's got enough oomph to completely burn out opponents who have sizable mana pools.

Tweaked the Fire Sword level list and made a custom light for the blue one (it originally used the Candlelight light, which I felt to be a bit too bright).

Changed the material type of the fire swords to Steel instead of Daedric. No idea why they were set as daedric. :I

Added Ophidian Swords. Since the Ophidian swords in Serpent Isle were, basically, re-purposed serpent swords, I took some artistic license in order to make them more distinct, rather than just the same ol' wavy rapier. You can find Order swords, Chaos swords and the sword of Balance. The former two are level-listed, but the Balance sword is somewhere in the world.

Added the Poison Dagger. It's about Orcish dagger damage wise and can't be tempered (since the blade is fashioned from a sea serpent's tooth and there aren't any sea serpents around in Skyrim), but it makes up for this by being a nasty assassination weapon.

Sexed up the textures for some of the shields (Heater, magic and Dupre's). The Brass and Door shields will be done in a future release since I plan to overhaul those two with modeled detail

Update: Jan 17, 2014 @ 1:35pm

Version 1.2

Fixed an issue with the glass sword's script where you'd get "the glass sword has shattered", even if you're not using a glass sword. The script has been tightened up a bit as well, so now the glass swords should actually break when they're supposed to.

Glass swords are now craftable, but they ain't no cheap cake. To craft 'em you need Daedric smithing, 5 peer gems and the Skyforge. There's 2 different types of peer gems and you need 5 of one type to make a sword. Peer gems aren't easy to find but they are affected by Prowler's Profit, so if you did No Stone Unturned you'll have better chances of findin' em.. The sword'll show up under the Glass category at the Skyforge when you have one or more peer gems of either type.

Glass sword's mesh was tweaked again, the blade's now refractive.

Fixed the Dragonslayer sword's perk, as it didn't actually work because of an improperly defined condition.