The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

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Places: Oakwood -Hearthfire Edition-
 
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Description
This mod is the Hearthfire Version, and requires Hearthfire to play. If you do not use Hearthfire, please use the Standard Edition instead.

The Elder Scrolls Places is a mini-series of Lore Friendly mods, each adding locations seen in Skyrim in The Elder Scrolls Chapter I: Arena (set in 3E 399), into the modern day (4E 200) Skyrim setting over 200 years later.

Oakwood is a small hamlet in Falkreath hold on the road between Falkreath and Riverwood. The inhabitants of Oakwood survive by hunting in the surrounding forests and fishing on the shores of Lake Ilinalta where the village is situated, as well as trading with merchants, farmers, hunters or adventurers who often stop on the road to Falkreath.

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Features

- The picturesque village of Oakwood (from Elder Scrolls Chapter I: Arena).

- NPCs with full day and night AI routines.

- A fully functioning Inn, Innkeeper (and merchant), bard and customers.

- Lore friendly and consistent with the style and themes of the rest of the game.

- New NPCs have functioning AI relationships and have background, stories and secrets delivered through in game Journals.

- Applicable locations in Oakwood are fully integrated into Radiant Quests (such as Thieves Guild Jobs).

- Road signs for Oakwood integrated into the world of Tamriel where applicable.

- Compatible with Hearthfire and Dawnguard. Requires Hearthfire.
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Patch 1.1

- Removed option of Bedlam jobs in this location, as they do not function correctly outside of Cities.
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If you enjoy this mod, please rate and try out my other Places:

- Places: Granitehall

- Places: Laintar Dale - Hearthfire Edition-

- Places: Amber Guard

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If you like The Elder Scrolls Places, please try The Elder Scrolls Quests Collection
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330 Comments
torcwisteria Nov 2, 2018 @ 5:28pm 
Nice little town just down the hill from Lakeview Manor - thank you!
Kimbra Jul 9, 2018 @ 12:49pm 
I would like to port this mod to Skyrim SE, unless you're planning on doing so. You will have full credit for it. OK with you?
Ravynwynd Feb 19, 2018 @ 5:50pm 
upvoted. Nice immersive village especially if you've built Lakeview Manor. Thanks for sharing.:)
Lachance Aug 5, 2017 @ 4:44am 
Nice village, but... nothing to do...so... you come and... leave ;x
Abraxo™ Jun 26, 2017 @ 1:32am 
hmm missing ur mods on SE :sfsad:
MRFlackAttack Apr 27, 2017 @ 8:28pm 
@ThirteenOranges please don't give up on attempts to put your mods on to Skyrim SE. I'm a huge fan of your work which really fit well with the wider Skyrim world.
Bonder Mar 24, 2017 @ 1:31pm 
The other places like Laintar etc are nice, but Oakwood is essential. Just love it. Especially when making a home in Lakewood Manor (which is most of the time)
Tiber Septim Mar 11, 2017 @ 1:34pm 
@ Wandering Wolf. Make sure you have the correct version installed. Vanilla or Hearthfire.
Tiber Septim Mar 11, 2017 @ 1:32pm 
I absolutely love this collection of Mods. Oakwood, Amber Guard, Laintar Dale etc. The really give SKYRIM the nostalgia it deserves. Especially if you're Old School like me. 1993 ARENA!
I'm truly hoping and praying that one day I'll get to see these on XBONE!
GeddyDaGoat Feb 4, 2017 @ 10:37am 
Hey, so I used these mods a while ago, but Oakwood would always crash before it even rendered in. I'm not sure, but I might have had both versions of Oakwood installed, is that the reason?