The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

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Jump Height & Run Speed Changer v1.45
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Jan 6, 2013 @ 7:22pm
Nov 25, 2014 @ 2:23pm
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Jump Height & Run Speed Changer v1.45

Enables you to change your jump height and your run speed in game. The fall rate has been modified to prevent injury from a fall. You can jump off of mountain tops and not be injured.

This mod requires that you have SKSE (Skyrim Script Extender) installed. The jump height changes won't work without it. You can get it here:

What's New in v1.45
*Added a 3 second delay to the maintenance code so that the jump height & run speed values would update properly when loading a saved game.
* Filled the Preset Slots with useable values so they won't need to be set up manually until you want to do some tweaking or custom settings.

How To Use It
When you subscibe, run the vanilla Skyrim Launcher to allow Steam to download the file. When you load your game, a token is added to the 'Apparel' section in your player's inventory. It is called "+ Jump Run Token +" . I recommend that you hotkey the token for quick changes. See instructions below on how to hotkey an item.

Just equip the token. You will get an on-screen menu that will let you increase, decrease, or set default settings for both the jump height as well as the speed multiplier.

You can save up to 3 settings each for jump and speed. Click the 'Save to Presets' button and then select a slot to save it to. Now, it will be accessable from the 'Load Presets' menu.

You can get some spectacular jumps, but you may die if you set it too high. If you have this mod enabled, I've only personally gone up to about 300,000 setting. I suggest you try 10,000. Then you can leap across the countryside like the hulk.

You'll need to have the run speed set sufficiently high in order to get distance as well as height when jumping.

Hotkeying the Jump-Run Token:
Assigning a hotkey to the Jump-Run token makes it much more convenient to use. To assign it to a hotkey, open your inventory with the 'i' key or through the 'tab' key. Go to the apparel menu and locate the Jump-Run token. Highlight it and press the 'F' key to make it a "Favorite". Exit out of the inventory menu. Press the "Q" key to open the Favorites list. Scroll to the Jump-Run listing. When it's highlighted, press a number key to assign it as a hotkey. The hotkeys available are numbers 1 to 8. (I like to use number 1 for Jump-Run). Press the "Q" or "Tab" key to close the Favorites window. Now, when you press the number key that you assigned to it, the Jump-Run menu will open right away.

Scrolling Through Presets on the Fly:
Go into the Jump Run menu and create different Jump/Run values and save each of them to a Preset Slot (there are 3 presets available). When you're done creating presets, close the Jump-Run menu. You can now load any them by holding the either Shift button while activating the Jump-Run token. For instance, if you have the Jump-Run token hotkeyed, when you hold either of the Shift keys while pressing the hotkey, the settings for 'Preset 1' will load and become active right away. Holding Shift and pressing the hotkey again will load 'Preset 2'. Doing it a third time will load 'Preset 3'. The fourth time will restore the original settings you started with. So, you can scroll through your presets on the fly and choose the one that fits your current needs without having to open a menu.

Tip: I like to have a lower speed and lower jump in Preset 1 that I can load when I'm indoors. I also have preset 2 set to medium for tall dungeon and general use, and preset 3 set to high for those long jumps through the countryside.

If you uninstall the mod you'll need to reset your game settings.
* First, copy the following to a plain text file and save it in your Skyrim install folder and name it "resetJR" or something similar.
* Next, load a saved game and open the console with the tilde key (~). In the console type "bat resetJR" without the quotes.
* The first 5 items are what keep you from getting hurt in a fall. The last 2 are what affect your jump height & run speed. So if you want to keep the fall damage resistance, just reset the last 2.
* Alternatively, you can enter each of these lines in the console, pressing enter after each, to achieve the same thing.

player.SetGS fCheckPositionFallDistance 72.0
player.SetGS fFallLegDamageMult 0.5
player.SetGS fJumpFallHeightExponent 1.45
player.SetGS fJumpFallHeightMin 600.0
player.SetGS fJumpFallHeightMult 0.1

player.SetGS fJumpHeightMin 76.0
player.SetAV speedmult 100.0

Happy Jumping!
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Elkstone Jul 12, 2018 @ 10:26pm 
I think this broke my ability to sprint? Not sure
Khaine Incarnate Jun 24, 2017 @ 4:48pm 
Great mod!
Dinkle Berry Nov 2, 2016 @ 9:46pm 
@K2SO do you english?
aut1smo Aug 24, 2015 @ 9:48am 
What is shit this?
ArisReborn Aug 4, 2015 @ 8:45am 
I activated this mod and noticed that my werewolf form now runs exactly the same speed as my human form, could these two be connected?
☼Solaire Of Astora☼ May 24, 2015 @ 2:56pm 
and @epickiller ´´the vanilla launcher´´ is when you launch skyrim from steam
☼Solaire Of Astora☼ May 24, 2015 @ 2:55pm 
fuck you lucy
lightingale May 19, 2015 @ 3:37pm 
does this use mcm so i can set it?
*Hecko* ◥◣ ◢◤ May 9, 2015 @ 6:21am 
what is ''the vanilla launcher'' and where can i find it?
SafeSpaceRaider May 4, 2015 @ 8:04pm 
wont let me change jump height. it let me change speed though