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Modes that make SENSE!Collection by Austin Woller
The goal of this collection is to round up good modes that enhance skyrim but do not seem cheesy or unrealistic with the skyrim lore. (WARNING) Some of these modes do conflict with each other.
Fethur's OverhaulCollection by Fethur
This is really just a collection for me to share with my friends, but if anyone stumbles on it... well, here you go. ------------------- Included Mods: ------------------- -Near-complete graphics overhaul (cannot include static mesh compilation due
Cool SurvivalCollection by Jitterbug
A small collection of my favorite hardcore survival mods. With this you'll be lucky to even quest, you'll spend all your time merely grasping on to dear life. Focused on, but not exclusive to, realism and survival micro management of the hunter.
The Real World (Kinda)Collection by DiRiN
SkyUI is installed in this pack, and is the only mod that requires additional files for installation, Please view the mod description. Other than that, this is all fully functional for Dawnguard. Graphics, crafting, visuals, realism, camping. Have fun!
TelaCollection by Gay Homeless Vegan
SHADOWS MODSCollection by SHADOW2KK
Basically a collection of active mods im using, graphics enhancers/dynamic weather conditions, combat ect, plus testing mods. Also will upload Creation Kit mods that im working on at a later date:}
Marcus Camillus' Skyrim FavoritesCollection by Marcus Arabel
A collection of Skyrim mods effecting graphics and realism/role-playing game-play elements. Incidentally, the background image is from the excellent Skyrim YouTube video created by Peter Hollens & Lindsey Stirling. Here is a link to their video... ht
Immerse Old School Skyrim ( IOSS )Collection by Grey
-- Brings a set of carefully evaluated gameplay improvements for more realistic and immerse gameplay. Aims to make experience more old school oriented, adding such features as true compass, combat realism, disabled fast travel (fast intercity travels stil
skyrim HardcoreCollection by Markus