The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

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Kisisa - The Cute Khajiit Follower - v2.1
Category: Followers
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Nov 4, 2012 @ 12:44am
Mar 6, 2013 @ 7:49pm
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Kisisa - The Cute Khajiit Follower - v2.1

Kisisa is a refugee from Morrowind, come to Skyrim to find her destiny and try to forget a terrible past. A follow-up to my original cute Khajiit follower, Inorra, this second Follower Mod is designed to fit some of the requests made by fellow members, which includes the 'quiet casting' perk and, by popular request, hair! :-D

As with my previous mod, this Khajiit Follower is designed to be an effective adventuring companion who is not overpowered, sneaks exceptionally well, uses ranged attacks to support a melee based player, and most importantly... she is cute.

Too many of the Khajiit followers found on Steam are rather ugly, mean, fierce looking characters who - let's face it - you would never want to marry in game if you had a cute alternative. Kisisa is that cute Khajiit alternative you have been looking for.

You can find Kisisa at Refugees' Rest -

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v2.0 Notes - Updated Kisisa's class to a new Khajiit Storm Mage. This new class gives her better sneaking ability, makes sure she has better skills in conjuration and also adds in skills for bow and one-handed. Why? Because wizards run out of spells and mages run out of magicka. Sometimes, you need an alternate weapon and now Kisisa will have some real skill in ranged and melee combat.

v1.2 Notes - Fixed the Gray-Face bug, gave her college mage robes and boots 1 point in armor value, which should make her favor ther college gear over the default traveling clothes she is wearing when you first meet her.

v1.1 Notes - Minor fix to spell list and combat balancing to make Kisisa more effective in combat. Spelling errors in journal fixed.

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Kisisa is a Storm Mage and all of her powers center around electricity. All of her conjuration and destruction spells are storm-based, making her particularly effective against magic wielding enemies. She also carries a bow, iron arrows, and an elvish dagger for protection when magicka fails or enemies get too close for comfort. She can use all the lightning destruction spells up to Expert, she can also conjure a Storm Atronach, Lightning Cloak, and armor flesh spells Oak to Ebony depending on the player's level.

Kisisa is a fully functional follower but, to win her as an ally and potential lover, you must defeat the Ice Trolls at Refugees' Rest north of Windhelm. She enters the game as a Level 5 character and can level-up with the player up to Level 65, thus allowing her to grow with you as a player but not become so completely overpowering as to make the player feel redundant in combat.

Kisisa is designed to be a fully functional marriage option in the game. As a Mage from the College of Winterhold, Kisisa has built-in allegiances with all members of the college, including Falion of Morthal. Thus choosing Kisisa as a wife will produce a far more interesting wedding ceremony where 1-to-3 members of the College will attend your wedding on her side of the isle.

Because of the voice limitations in Skyrim, Kisisa uses the Female Even Toned voice (the same voice as Lydia), and her inventory contains a detailed journal that explains her compelling back-story, history, and a lore friendly reason as to why Kisisa does not sound like your run-of-the-mill Khajiit caravan member. Her back story also attempts to fill in several story gaps in the College of Winterhold quest line, including why the weapon Keening appears in Skyrim, why it has lost much of its power, and what became of the other three legendary tools forged by the tonal Architect, Lord Kagrenac, to handle the Heart of Lorkhan in the game Morrowind.

Kisisa will be found wearing sandles and a cotton hued mage robe with wine colored hood that is compatible with all versions of Skyrim, regardless if Dawnguard or Hearthfire are loaded. Once she becomes a follower she will change into her blue College Robes, Warlock Boots, Silver Sapphire circlet, with matching silver ring and necklace. Her weapons include a hunting blow, 30 iron arrows, and an Elvish dagger. Her boots and college robes each have one point of armor to them, to make sure she will favor this attire when adventuring.

All weapons and clothing Kisisa uses when she is a follower, can be removed, smithed, enchanted and improved. Because NPC characters do not gain any benefit from the default enchantments on clothes, Kisisa's college robes have no enchantment on them. This allows the player to add enchantments that are actually useful to an NPC, like increased Heath, Stamina, or Magicka regeneration.

I hope you all enjoy this mod and find Kisisa a fun an useful traveling companion in Skyrim.

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To help everyone understand Kisisa's power-set better, here is a list of the perks and the spells Kisisa comes with:

- Sparks
- Lightning Bolt
- Chain Lightning
- Thunderbolt
- Lightning Cloak

- Conjure Storm Atronach

- Oak Flesh
- Stone Flesh
- Iron Flesh
- Ebony Flesh

- Lesser Ward
- Steadfast Ward
- Greater Ward
- Healing
- Fast healing
- Close Wounds
- Grand Healing

- Augmented Shock (L1)
- Atromancy
- Magic Resistance (L1)
- Mage Armor (L1)
- Quiet Casting
- Regneration
- Stealth (L1)

Kisisa also has a 75 point offset to her Magicka. This means she has calculated magicka of 551 at Level 65, with 584 health, and only 50 stamina. By the time she is Level 65 she has 100 points in the skills Sneak, Alteration, Conjuration, Destruction, and Restoration. She is a true Storm Mage.

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To any and all running Hearthfire, who want to use this mod and marry this character --- there is a glitch in Bethesda (not my mod), that causes major problems when switching houses.

Again this is a problem with Bethesda (not my mod).

Please go download the “Hearthfire - Moving Family Bugfix” made by Machienzo.neo

This will solve your problem. :-D
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RetroRevelation Oct 26 @ 2:02am 
I got both Kisisa and Inorra and love their stories! However, I notice in Inorra's journal it also features a Kisisa, this isn't the same one is it?
rko381  [author] Jul 26 @ 9:43pm 
open the console command menu by pressing the [~] button, click on the character. That will give you her ID.
EL HOPPITO Jul 24 @ 11:03pm 
how do I get her ID?
rko381  [author] Jul 24 @ 10:06pm 
She does not make any chagnes to the magic list, so that should not be causing CTD. Only thing I can suggest is going to a previous save, fast travel to her location, get her ID, then load your current save and use the command "moveto player" to force her to your location.
EL HOPPITO Jul 23 @ 6:09pm 
if i go to the menu and click on magic, the game crashes. also i don't want to have to unsubscribe because i'm afraid to get rid of all the weapons/ armor i gave her, and because this is an overall good addition to my game. please help.
Marshman220 Feb 12 @ 1:20pm 
For those who are having an issue where you marry her and she doesn't show up to your house after telling her where it is: She actually walks back to it so it took about 10 ingame hours for her to actually get to my house in whiterun, so just wait it out really.
Marshman220 Feb 11 @ 4:34pm 
I agree on the backstory, pretty well done.
rko381  [author] Feb 7 @ 10:06pm 
I have no clue. It should appear in your mods list. Try to un-subscribe, and then re-subscribe to the mod.
▼Parmesano▼ Feb 7 @ 2:20pm 
I subscribe and download the mod but in my skyrim launcher does not appear, any idea of ​​why it is?
rko381  [author] Feb 4 @ 6:47pm 
@Magxus - You actually read her journal? Wow. I put a lot of work into Kisisa, and not many people bothered to actually read her back story. Thank-you, Magxus. You have no idea how much it means to me, personally, when I hear someone actually liked my mod for the story. I am glad you feel the same way about Kisisa as I do.