SHARPE Craftsmanship: Made to order
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ladysedim Jul 25 @ 7:46pm 
This mod is fantastic and realistic and I love it. I will also second greaterfeind's idea, and request/suggest for a catalog at Adrienne's, though perhaps for the lower level stuff, like orcish and below, since she's not quite the master craftsman that Eorlund is, though she does make very nice weapons and armor for her level :-)
Boomslangity Jul 24 @ 5:23pm 
A+... You should add a dialogue option to clear the order, though, in case someone chooses the wrong items. I know I keep doing that and have racked up way too much to pay for it all
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.
Wilderstern 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 
EORLUND WON'T LET ME PAY, EVEN THOUGH I HAVE ENOUGH MONEY!!!!!!!
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)
hart66 Dec 21, 2012 @ 10:25pm 
Brilliant mod idea. Always avoided smithing as the skill and ability advances ridiculously fast and ruins immersion, and the fact that your PC despite being primarily a warrior or mage or whatever ends up a better smith than the 'masters' devoted al ltheir life to it like Greymane. Nice work.
JackaL Sep 6, 2012 @ 1:22am 
Fix worked perfectly, didn't even have to use a clean save. Again, really good work :)
PickledTripod Sep 5, 2012 @ 7:50pm 
Blacksmiths that can improve your weapons... that's an awesome idea! And it shouldn't be limited to Eorlund: every smith sould be able to do it. The best smiths would improve better, perhaps to Epic or Legendary, but it would cost more than average ones who could perhaps make them Flawless. Best. Idea. EVAR. Could be included in the crafing mod i'm working on.
Kittenhugs Sep 3, 2012 @ 2:12am 
Is there any chance you could add the ability to pay for improvements to existing weapons and armor? And perhaps add or make a different mod that allows you to pay mages for enchantments on weapons? It doesn't make sense that you have people like the head enchanter in Winterhold who talk about people paying for enchantments but not being able to yourself, or not being able to pay expert blacksmiths to improve your weapons and armor.
mysteryman3 Aug 26, 2012 @ 4:42pm 
(sorry for 2 posts but the word limit gets REALLY annoying). i do have 1 particular suggestion though, which i think will bring your mod from the level of really awesome into the category of totally awesome. what is this idea? have a second catalogue which enables eorlund to improve weapons and armor. now, since he would simply make all of them too powerful, you could use a scaler to pay less gold for less improvement, or more gold for more improvement. i think other people have suggested this before, but i cannot stress how much better your mod would be if you did this. i really think it would be a good use of time. anyway, this is definitely a must-have mod for anyone who plays skyrim on pc.

'Loving It'
mysteryman3 Aug 26, 2012 @ 4:35pm 
i have the 'dragon souls to perks' mod which is basically a set of three standing dragon stones near riverwood (not the guardian stones) and it converts your dragon souls which you have left over, into perks, using the the simple formula of 'lvl required for perk divided by 10 = number of dragon souls required for perk'. meaning a perk requiring lvl 30 in its skill requires 3 dragon souls to unlock. even though i use that mod a lot for all skills including smithing, i still use this mod because i reckon that bethesda should have had this in the vanilla game in the place. i mean, oblivion had teh two crazy custom-blacksmiths in shivering isles, and this is quite similar to that idea, only expanded to accomodate all smithing styles.
Nlyth Aug 26, 2012 @ 11:59am 
Sounds like what I was looking for, will try it out. Always hated to level smithing when not playing a warrior. And it makes sense to me that you should be able to get weapons and armour custom-made by a blacksmith already in game.
Herko_ter_Horst  [author] Aug 26, 2012 @ 4:26am 
Thanks for your continued interest in this mod. I've just uploaded a new revision with some changed scripting that should hopefully solve the problems people have been having with paying for their order. On my machine and setup, it works just fine. It's compatible with Dawnguard too (but Dawnguard is not required).

If you continue to have problems, please try the mod with a "clean" save (e.g. a new character or a save made before you ever installed any version of this mod). If that solves the problem, it's likely that your recent save games got "corrupted" with information from older versions of this mod. In that case, please follow these instructions[arwenevecom.ipage.com] to clean your save game, then try again. Please let me know if your problems persist after that.
JackaL Aug 17, 2012 @ 9:16pm 
After installing Dawnguard, I can't even access the crafting menu after activating the book. Still subscribed and waiting for a fix though, this mod is too good to give up on.
Paengwyn Aug 5, 2012 @ 1:16pm 
Can't use this to craft any weapons except the official dragonbone ones added in dawnguard. In all the other categories I can only order armour or arrows.
Frecraid Aug 2, 2012 @ 12:43am 
This mod isn't compatible with 1.7 Skyrim (or SKSE 1.5.10):
1) "unable to pay even if you have enough gold";
2) skill/perks are resetting after order.
Big Ole' Hairy Raisin Jul 26, 2012 @ 2:17pm 
very bugged for me. I am only given the option to say "I'm a little low on cash at the moment" whenever I go to pick up my order, even if I already have more than enough cash
As of now, I really don't see a point in keeping this mod.
Devilupmental Jul 23, 2012 @ 1:18pm 
Sounds to me like it allows you to go to Vignar Grey-Mane (I think) and ask him to craft stuff for you, provided you have the right materials.
Jehovas Hater Jul 23, 2012 @ 12:18pm 
i dont get what the mod does....
apblack92 Jul 19, 2012 @ 9:11pm 
Great mod. It worked well for me, and I really like what it adds in allowing PCs to purchase otherwise unobtainable armor sets from Skyrim's most greatest blacksmith! Thanks for making it!
Le Necrobusier Jun 26, 2012 @ 9:11pm 
@ mysteryman3 No, they had the option to do this back in morrowind, in the Mournhold expansion.

I'm glad this mod was made, as i ran into the exact problem described by the author.
[CARCOSA] El Duderino Jun 24, 2012 @ 7:27am 
two orders*
[CARCOSA] El Duderino Jun 24, 2012 @ 7:26am 
Correcting again: now it isn't working. I haven't changed anything.
I thought it was because before I purchased to orders together, but it wasn't, now it isn't working anymore. Seems like I would have to unsubscribe and etc all over again.
The mod is one of the best mods here in Steam Workshop, hope you can solve it.
Awesome job either way.
Herko_ter_Horst  [author] Jun 24, 2012 @ 2:31am 
@Thiago_Toste: glad to hear it's working after all
@mysteryman3, Champion_Thomas: thanks for the compliments, glad you are enjoying the mod :)
[CARCOSA] El Duderino Jun 23, 2012 @ 11:34am 
Well, unsubscribed, deleted, made clean safe and stuff, then I tried it again and now it's working.
[CARCOSA] El Duderino Jun 23, 2012 @ 10:35am 
I'm having problems, the only option is that I'm low on cash, but I'm not. I know that in the revision history you tried to fix that, but seems that for me it isn't working.
It's actually curious, 'cause I've used your mod before, then stoped playing Skyrim for a while. Now I got back, completely reinstalled the game due to other matters, but your mod doesn't work. Maybe something to do with the new patch?
mysteryman3 Jun 20, 2012 @ 6:09pm 
When Ithink about this mod, I realise that it is actually very lore-friendly, and even enhances the lore of Skyrim. I guess Bethesda didn't put this in the game because they just didn't think of it. Brilliant idea. Once again, two thumbs up!
IDV6CAA2PT Jun 20, 2012 @ 1:45pm 
This has to me one of the single Most usefull mods i have ever found Thanks for making this :) because i am no longer forced to make 10000 iron daggers :)
gusman98 Jun 20, 2012 @ 4:46am 
oh thanks i am infact i just learnt how to fix it
Herko_ter_Horst  [author] Jun 20, 2012 @ 2:19am 
@gusman98: are you using Open Cities by any chance? In that case, it won't be there. Otherwise, it's at the Skyforge just to the right of the hot part of the forge.
gusman98 Jun 20, 2012 @ 1:12am 
i cant find the catalogue
Herko_ter_Horst  [author] Jun 19, 2012 @ 2:53am 
@mysterman3: thanks :) Glad you enjoy it.
@That warrior from hammerfell: just the official high-res textures, no other mods.
mysteryman3 Jun 18, 2012 @ 11:59pm 
This is a really cool mod. It's perfect for those who end up with lots of cash but don't want to waste perk points on the smithing tree. Nice job. Two thumbs up!
Big Ole' Hairy Raisin Jun 18, 2012 @ 2:27pm 
were you using any texture improvement mods when you took the picture for the icon?
Herko_ter_Horst  [author] Jun 17, 2012 @ 3:10am 
@Righ121: I frequently visit the Skyrim modding forums at Bethsoft using the same username. Could you send me a PM there?
Righ121 Jun 17, 2012 @ 12:01am 
Hey Herko, I'd like to talk to you about some modding stuff. Any way we could talk? Email, IM?
Herko_ter_Horst  [author] Jun 16, 2012 @ 5:57am 
I've just uploaded a new revision that uses a different approach to determine if the player is able to pay for his/her order. Hopefully this will fix the problems some people have been having when trying to pick up their order.

@That warrior from hammerfell: you should be able to pay for your order now.
@Puzzled Panda: I'll try to work something out.
Big Ole' Hairy Raisin Jun 10, 2012 @ 4:56pm 
no item...
Big Ole' Hairy Raisin Jun 10, 2012 @ 4:56pm 
my only option is "I'm a little low on cash at the moment". *the total price for your order is 1493 gold* I am carrying 9984 gold...
Puzzled Panda Jun 3, 2012 @ 9:20am 
This looks awesome! I have one question though, can you get him to upgrade your items as well?
Waricck May 20, 2012 @ 8:49am 
Awesome, it's nice to see uploaders on here working so quickly to fix issues.
Herko_ter_Horst  [author] May 20, 2012 @ 8:15am 
Thanks that helps. I think I've found the cause of the problem: the chest containing your order was set to respawn. I've fixed this and uploaded a new revision.
Waricck May 20, 2012 @ 6:58am 
@Hero_ter_Horst It's empty.