7 More Mods to Improve Your Nude Skyrim Experience

There’s loads and loads and loads of nude mods for Skyrim. From the super popular CBBE all the way to obscure retextures of obscure retextures, there’s a nude mod for everyone. Heck, there are mods to make non-humanoids more nude and give them bits and pieces. I’m not actually here to talk about that though. I’m here to talk about mods that make your standard nude gameplay and improve it. Just like my previous article on mods like this, I’ve found a few more mods to improve your nude Skyrim experience! Naked Stuff of Skyrim Naked Stuff of Skyrim is… [Continue Reading]

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7 Mods To Improve Your Nude Skyrim Experience

Normally aabicus is the expert when it comes to nude mods and what works best, but frankly I think nude mods work very well in Skyrim. It’s the sort of fantasy genre where you can just about imagine people running around naked. At least, some of them. But while installing a nude mod in Skyrim, there are caveats and things that can be improved. And how do we improve mods? With more mods, of course! In today’s article, we’ll have a look at some mods that make the nude experience so much more enjoyable, while also giving you a little… [Continue Reading]

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Book Review: The Elder Scrolls Official Cookbook

For Christmas, I got a very strange selection of gifts that I absolutely adored. The most peculiar gift I got though was from my brother, which, as the title of this article suggests, was a cookbook, based on the Elder Scrolls universe. Written by Chelsea Monroe-Cassel, this book is part of a collection of cookbooks spanning a range of popular, fantasy themes like Game of Thrones and World of Warcraft. Brother, having seen how much time I’ve spent playing Skyrim, wisely picked this book out for me. And it’s a really, really nicely laid out book, with an obviously fantasy… [Continue Reading]

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On Using DynDOLOD

Skyrim, even without mods, has always looked kinda pretty up close, but if you look more than a few grids away (the loading distances Skyrim sorta uses) then everything goes to crap. Things pop in and out of existence, grass ceases to exist, textures look awful… it’s just all round a shitty look. There have been numerous attempts to fix this stuff so that the distance looks at least tolerable compared to the pretty area loaded around you, but the only real solution is DynDOLOD. DynDOLOD is basically a program that combs through your installed mods and automatically creates dynamic… [Continue Reading]

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Different Ways to Play Skyrim

At the base of it all, Skyrim isn’t really that amazing a game. On release, it was filled with billions of bugs, and to this day through not only the normal version but also Skyrim Special Edition, there’s a ton of bugs that need community patches to fix. Most of Skyrim’s fame comes from its accessibility and good looks, but also because it’s an Elder Scrolls game that finally has actual dragons in it. Let’s face it, those dragons are cool. Frankly though, Skyrim hasn’t aged that well, despite being ported into a 64 bit version and for newer consoles… [Continue Reading]

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An Inability To Call A Dragon

I’m not very good when it comes to Skyrim modding. I can do basic things, like maybe making a follower or making a stupidly overpowered weapon. Heck, I can only just make basic shouts work. But according to Nexus Mods, the three shitty mods I have uploaded there have got over 1000 downloads combined, which means that I’m now a modder and have access to the Nexus Mods Skyrim modding forum. Most of those downloads come from the Summon Dragons – Durnehviir’s Necromancy mod that I made a really fucking long time ago. The mod adds a small portal which… [Continue Reading]

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More Rambling About Dawnguard

I recently picked up Skyrim again in the hopes that I’d be able to make a mod that actually summons a dragon of my own creation. When that all failed, I ended up looking through mods in the hopes that someone had made a dragon follower mod that actually worked. When I came up short, I decided just to use my summoned dragons mod that I made ages ago. But then I decided I wanted to summon Durnehviir, the undead dragon who lives in the Soul Cairn. That all meant playing Dawnguard again. On my Dragon character. Aside from the… [Continue Reading]

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Medic’s Dragon Mod Recommendations for Skyrim

I love dragons. I want to be a dragon. But the closest I’ll ever get to that is my strange mod setup for Skyrim, involving the Play As A Dragon Mod and Open Cities Skyrim. Still, those two mods on their own aren’t that great. Even if you don’t want to be a dragon, the vanilla dragons in Skyrim can be a bit boring, so you might need some other dragon mods as well. Here are a bunch of recommendations of dragon mods that I think you should at least try. These are all for Legendary Edition (which is what… [Continue Reading]

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The Pointlessness of Skyrim’s Civil War

The Civil War in Skyrim is one of the game’s main themes. On one side, you have Stormcloaks trying to make Skyrim a separate entity, its own country/empire/state/whatever. On the other side, you have the Imperials trying to keep the empire together. Skyrim’s gameplay does push you towards the Stormcloaks, but honestly, I never felt that the Stormcloaks were… justified. The Stormcloaks’ demands are simple. They want to freely worship Talos and they want Skyrim’s independence. Those are fair, noble causes worth fighting for. But you have to pick a time and place to fight for these things. You see,… [Continue Reading]

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Miraak is a Bitch

I accidentally started the damn Dragonborn quest again. I’m not a fan of that quest. It doesn’t seem very long and it pads out its run time by making you run around the island shouting at rocks and flinging you through a very green, very ugly landscape in which you dodge tentacles and fight two types of enemy. It all accumulates so you can fight Miraak, the First Dragonborn. But Miraak is a bitch. The main reason he’s a bitch is simple. After the Temple of Miraak quest, any dragon you kill, Miraak has a chance to come along and… [Continue Reading]

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