The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

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Manage Dragon Encounters
Category: Dragons, Gameplay
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Jul 30, 2013 @ 3:55pm
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Manage Dragon Encounters

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First of all I have to say that the idea is not mine, but Domcoppinger’s. I have used his mods “More Dragons”, “Even More Dragons” and “Most Dragons” for a while, but after some time I found myself quiting Skyrim, deactivating the mod or activating another, and starting Skyrim again, everytime I went into or out of a town or village.

There had to be an easier way. This mod works in a similar way as Domcoppinger’s mods, but switching can be done ingame through the use of a spell to which a script is attached. After casting the spell you are presented with a menu from which you can select one of six different timings of dragon encounters: Most, More, Many, Default, Less, Least. Most, More and Many are similar to Domcoppinger’s mods Most Dragons, Even More Dragons and More Dragons respecitively. Default is the same as Skyrim’s default time between encounters. I have added Less and Least in case you want to have the least chance of being disturbed by dragon attacks during an important mission. Most important however is the possibility to change the setting ingame.

The spell tome for the spell can be found under the table in the ruined house in between Fort Greymoor and the Western Watchtower.

Be careful using the More and Most settings, at least inside villages and towns, as there may appear two or maybe even three dragons at the same time. If you’re in bad luck they may annihilate an entire village.
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Kad Gaming Apr 10 @ 9:45pm 
@ScalesBloodShed Western Watchtower is the tower where you fight the dragon in Whiterun, after returning from Bleak Falls Barrow. Fort Greymore is the big fort just west of the tower. There is a destroyed house in between them.
Blazer Fury Feb 11 @ 1:57pm 
i want a mod that gets rid of the damn dragons
Drowey Frost Falls Feb 11 @ 1:00pm 
do i need even more dragons?
Drowey Frost Falls Feb 10 @ 1:56pm 
where is greymore or the western watch tower? i dont usally keep track of loctaion names.
Lord Azreal Nov 19, 2016 @ 10:33pm 
Thanks a bunch man got it figured out.
I need to pay closer attention to the details.
Altbert  [author] Nov 19, 2016 @ 6:35am 
If you don't see the spell book under the table in the ruined house, it means that the mod is not active. If you don't see the spell, it means that the BSA file is missing in your Data folder. If so, you can download a ZIP file from my personal website:

Extract the BSA file from the archive into the Data folder.
Lord Azreal Nov 18, 2016 @ 8:53pm 
Mod doesn't work for me. I don't see the spell.
Altbert  [author] Jun 14, 2016 @ 1:36pm 
Also, I would advice anyone to install Arthmoor's Unofficial Patches (Skyrim, Dawnguard, Hearthfire, Dragonborn and/or High Resolution). These patches resolve quite a lot of bugs in the original game or its DLCs.
Altbert  [author] Jun 14, 2016 @ 1:29pm 
I use Wrye Bash to install mods that I have downloaded from other sites. Mods from the Steam Workshop only install an .esp and a .bsa file in the Data folder (which are easy to delete), but others may not. Wrye Bash keeps track of all installed and overwritten files, keeps a backup of overwritten files and restores these files when uninstalling a mod. I've seen quite a lot of frustrating complaints about mods that wouldn't be necessary when at least using LOOT.
Altbert  [author] Jun 14, 2016 @ 1:29pm 
LOOT (formerly BOSS) is a must have if you are using mods. It's quite easy to install and to use. TES5Edit is also quite easy to install but a little more difficult to use. I use these two programs together with Wrye Bash (mod manager) ever since the release of Skyrim and have never run into any problem, unless I caused the problems myself while modding. Biggest problems while using mods are incorrect load order and conflicting mods. I would advice anyone who is using mods at least to install LOOT and use it whenever installing a new mod before playing the game with that new mod. I use TES5Edit to find conflicts with mods that I'm using myself, but ofcourse can't use it to find conflicts with all those thousands of mods that are available.