The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

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Player Home Modifications: Proudpire Manor, Hjerim Manor, Breezehome
 
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Category: Houses
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Feb 14, 2016 @ 3:11pm
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Player Home Modifications: Proudpire Manor, Hjerim Manor, Breezehome

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Made changes to Proudspire Manor, Vlindrel Hall, Hjerim, & Breezehome. Added mannequins and more mannequins, complete smithing in all in Proudspire and Hjerim Manor only. Aesthetics to blend in to architecture. Changes are blended well I think, reflect the culture, and should enhance your desire to go home. Nothing big like secret rooms, levers that activate, baths, etc. I just wanted each home to have all the things you wanted to make you stay at one home the entire game. My hope is the next Elder Scrolls will be have homes built "any way" you want and fill up with anything (furniture stores) so your home can be uniquely yours and reflect your total preference. Are you listening Bethesda? You've got to make it so things including statics can be moved like chairs, tables, build custom walls of your choosing etc so the home is uniquely your creation and you can build nearly anywhere. Sorry, I keep forgetting to add pics, but I'm sure gamers will like the changes. Sorry No pics for Vlindrel Hall in Markath or Proudspire Manor as I don't own those houmes yet. I will upload pics when available

Bugs: You cannot seem to change the outfits on mannequins. The mannequins always put on the 1st outfit placed on it, so you cannnot change a mannequin's outfit once placed on them. After leaving the cell for 24 hrs. the mannequin will just magically replace and new outfits with the first outfit.
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8 Comments
drewwilliams1998 Apr 29 @ 6:51pm 
thank you
mandckotsakos  [author] Jan 25 @ 5:25pm 
The house mods are the player homes in the game. Riverwood has 2 homes, one on each side of the river as you enter on the west side of town. You cannot miss them. They are easy to find.
drewwilliams1998 Oct 4, 2017 @ 3:48pm 
where is this places
mandckotsakos  [author] Jun 10, 2016 @ 3:54pm 
Thanks. Having all the useful stuff yet looking natural were important for me to make it seem realistic.Glad you like the mod.
bluedye8 Jun 4, 2016 @ 6:29pm 
i do think this is a good mod adding and being immerst into your home it actually feels like a home and so love this mod hope for more in the future.
mandckotsakos  [author] May 23, 2016 @ 5:59pm 
honestly, I don't know. I would save my game before loading my mod. My mod is only a decorating mod. It contains no new scripts. It should not unless the wash basin is near some of my home decorations.
mandckotsakos  [author] Apr 3, 2016 @ 5:51am 
Sorry, it's a house mod. I'm not good at dungeons as I don't understand how to use nav mesh. I still hope you enjoy.
Cheesychicken Mar 14, 2016 @ 4:45pm 
nice!but u spelt house wrong,or was it intended? Could u add a labranith/Dungeon that has like every enemy,dragon,etc,make sure that every enemy drops ingredients,Tomes,Staffs,weopons,armor, basically like a normal npc would have.