The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

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Twilight Watch - Nightingale Player Home
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Twilight Watch - Nightingale Player Home

BRIEF: The perfect player home for a Nightingale. Overlooking the entrance to the Twilight Sepulcher, Twilight Watch os a comfortable, convinient and secretive place to live, surrouned by the beautiful sceneery of Falkreath. Iniside the house is an entrence to a secret cave which contains within a full working forge, a pool and waterfall and a statue of Nocturnal. The perfect place to live whilst fufilling your nightingale duties.

Twilight Watch - Nightingale Player Home

Twilight Watch was a place designed to be the perfect hideout / house for a nightingale character. It contians within it all the features and fuctions that one would expect from a house mod and presents them in stylised and imersive way that stays true to the Nightingale character.

The house is found in a secret alclove just above the entrance to the Twilight Sepulcher. From the Sepulcher, it is a short climb up past two waterfalls to get to the house, which is hidden in the vegetation. The house has its own Map Marker which is shown in the pictures. From the house you can enjoy the beautiful surroundings and keep a close watch on the Sepulcher.

Flick through the picture to get an idea of what the house looks like, inside and out. However I must warn you taht the pictures do not acurately represent the true beauty of the location.

Some features of the house include:

- Forge
- Armour Workbench
- Weapon Grindstone
- Tanning Rack
- Smelter
- Alchemy Lab
- Enchanting Table
- Weapon Racks
- Mannequin
- Cooking Pot
- Loads of Storage
- Cave Pool
- Cave Waterfall
- Bed
- Amazing Scenery

Also, the house is fully Navmeshed. This means that you are able to take your followers inside.

To get up to the house you will initially have to do some platform leaping, this is due to the difficulty of placing stairs in the environment in that loctaion. Once you get past the first waterfall, there are stair to take you the rest of the way. The jumps are not difficult, and they further reinforce the notion of this location as being owned by a steathy and agile character.

It is not a requirement for you to be a Nightingale to use this house, however it is much more lore firendly if you are one. Also you do not need to fufill any requirements or complete any quests to earn the house. Just turn up and it is yours.

Hope you enjoy! A fair amount of effort went into this mod. Don't forget to rate if you subscribe! :)

Thankyou to Randisaurux for the great vid! Check out her vids and subscribe to her channel! Randisaurux's channel.
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Munday  [author] Jun 4, 2015 @ 4:54am 
Haha all good :)
Karliah the Nightingale Jun 4, 2015 @ 4:51am 
Ok sorry @TheGreyLight I was drunk on Melatonin and when I'm tired I tend to be a little over dedicated to the TES series
Munday  [author] Jun 4, 2015 @ 4:27am 
Its not my video ;)
Karliah the Nightingale Jun 3, 2015 @ 10:01am 
BLASPHEMER: How could you not remember the name of our lord, The Mistress of Murk, Patron to Theives, Godess of Shadows and all that is sneak. Prince Nocturnal.
Munday  [author] May 15, 2015 @ 6:56pm 
That's basically what I was going for :)
emil.spinell1 May 15, 2015 @ 10:47am 
feels like a batcave
Munday  [author] Apr 27, 2015 @ 12:08am 
It was ment to be a stash left by a previous thief, sort of as a reward for finishing the nightingale/thieves guild questline, but I can see where you are coming from. And thanks :)
MegaFang Apr 26, 2015 @ 5:03pm 
wow tone down those chests, i know its fitting but geez, i would like to store my stuff without clearing out 10000 septims worth of gems and coin, maybe post a less op version or something, i know i could just put it all in a barrel if i dont want to use them i guess. also the place could use more mannequins for showing off armor. but overall this is a great mod =)
Munday  [author] Apr 24, 2015 @ 5:32pm 
In response to the recent changes to steam which allow creators to charge for mods:

To be honest im really dissapointed. One of the best things about modding is that it was free and available to everyone. It is was community creating imaginitive content for other people to enjoy. There were no restrains to what could be done. It was such a special thing for me as a creator to share my little piece of the world with everyone, and paying for mods really ruins it.

I can understand why steam would think that this would be beneficial for the creators. Supporting creators for thier works seems like a good idea in theory. But it isnt about the money, its about the joy of creating, and having others experience your creation...
Munday  [author] Apr 24, 2015 @ 5:31pm 
...I always used to get so much excitement from viewing the front page, and looking at all of the amazing content everyone has created. All of it free and available for everyone to enjoy. Soon it will just be a wall full of numbers and closed doors. It will be a dissapointment, looking at all the content you could have if you were richer. These days it seems like every game is becoming pay to play.

Modding should be free. If you really want to support creators steam, have an ad show before download. This way the content is still free, and creator still get a bit of money for their work. Monitzation is going to kill this community. It will suck all the life and joy out of modding for everyone.

Even though im not actively creating mods anymore, all of my mods will remain free forever. Im really sorry this has happened, an I wish it werent the case.