The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

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Werewolves Jump Higher (and Farther)
Category: Gameplay
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Mar 13, 2013 @ 8:24am
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Werewolves Jump Higher (and Farther)


You can download it here:
Follow the instructions in the ''Readme'' file.
It's a very useful (I'd say essential) ''mod'' and it's easy to install.



This mod changes the Game Settings ''fJumpHeightMin'' and ''fJumpMoveMult'', doubling their default values when the player is transformed into a werewolf. Those two settings are respectively the height of the player's jumps and the multiplier that determines how far you go with jumps.
It also multiplies by 1.5 the value of ''fJumpFallHeightMin'', so that you can jump down higher places without getting damage.
When the player turns back to normal, those settings are reset to the default values.


Misc. update: I made a version that works alongside "Athletic Jump" by EnigmaWolf[]. If you use/want to use that mod, you have to use this specific version of "Werewolves Jump Higher and Farther". Notice that it's not made for "Supernatural Jump", that is a different version of the "Athletic Jump" mod. My mod must be loaded after Athletic Jump.

Version 1.3: Important update! Changed completely the way the mod triggers, now it's perfect and compatible with anything, even with other mods that change jump-related Game Settings (it lets other mods use their values instead of the ones it would use).
Also, now there's nothing to localize so there's only one version for all the languages!

Version 1.2: Fixed the jump height\length not resetting to default when you are werewolf and load a save in which you're not. Also fixed other little imperfections.

Version 1.1: Now the jumps will still be higher if you save when transformed, exit and re-enter the game.
Also, now the height at which you begin taking fall damage is higher, while transformed (the script now modifies also the ''fJumpFallHeightMin'' Game Setting).


With version 1.3, this mod is compatible with anything, even with other mods that change jump-related Game Settings (it lets other mods use their values instead of the ones it would use).
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cridus  [author] Dec 8, 2016 @ 5:29am 
@alkateltel read the notes of the 1.3 update...
anyway, if the other mod you are using is "athletic jump", I made a version compatible with that mod. it's on nexusmods.
Knife Dec 7, 2016 @ 9:18pm 
wuld it conflict with other jumping height changing mods?
Moon Man Jan 28, 2016 @ 7:45pm 
I love it
cridus  [author] Aug 15, 2014 @ 2:45am 
which link does it happen with? right click on it and choose "copy link" (or how it's called in english) and paste it here so I can try.
alternatively, try searching the site with google. search "" , it should be the first result. in the page that opens, click on "Skyrim Script Extender (SKSE): http://" .
Lanky Wanky Aug 6, 2014 @ 2:01pm 
no what i mean is that it goes to a pop up thing and when i go on it comes up something for food
cridus  [author] Aug 6, 2014 @ 1:35pm 
the link works for me. I dunno, try with a different browser.
Lanky Wanky Jul 26, 2014 @ 2:09pm 
when i go to download skse it always goes to different websites and when i try again it pops up again can someone help me
cridus  [author] May 5, 2014 @ 12:30pm 
have you already tried it? the jumps don't even seem so high, and they don't help that much to reach high places. but if you tried it and don't like it, sure, I'll make one (I'll wait for you to tell me). I'll put it on nexusmods (url in the description).
Jaron Kitsune May 3, 2014 @ 4:47am 
Don't suppose there's a possibility of a 'lite' version? Double sounds a bit much to me. 1.5 sounds like it'd be idea for my tastes. But I'm just one random person, no need to worry about what I want if you don't want to. It'd be nice though... ^^; I'm favoriting for now though at the very least since jump height IS something that's bothered me and this seems to be the only mod that addresses that.
cridus  [author] Apr 12, 2014 @ 5:42pm 
lol, I don't use nor boss neither wrye bash. I manage the mods manually.
I would tell you to install the unofficial skyrim patch, but you have many mods and it may make your life harder. it's worth a try anyway (backup the saves before and read the instructions carefully. boss behaves oddly with it, unless they updated the program in the last few months). you will find it on nexusmods.