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Blazer6992

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Sometimes when changing the appearance of a follower with a mod, the head and neck color doesn't match the body color. So if I do a "setnpcweight 100" command it helps a lot. But then when I walk outside of the house she changes back and I have to do the command again. Every time I change locations by fast travel or just changing cells, she reverts back. I tried a "forceav" command with the set weight command, but it doesn't like that. So is there a command to make the "setnpcweight" command permanent?

 



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You can use the CK To fix this issue. it's really simple and there are even youtube guides for it in case you don't understand written guides.



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What's CK?

 



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The Creation Kit. It is available by opening Steam select Library then tools and download the Skyrim Creation Kit. Once you have it downloaded, open the Creation Kit and select Files then Data and select the mod that has the face problem from the box that pops up. Make that mod active and select OK. Click on Actors and search for the NPC name. Once found, highlight the name and while holding the control key (crtl) press F4. You will  get a pop-up asking if you want to export the facegen data, say Yes (and yes to all if anything else pops up) then when another popup saying the data was exported click OK and exit the Creation Kit.

 

When you continue your game the face problem should disappear.  



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If you changed the weight you need to start a new game. NPC weight is stored in your save game from game launch... either that or you will have one of these:

- bugged face with makeup on your forehead or;

- neck seam

 

If it's just 1 NPC and not more you can fix this in CK (creation kit, download of Steam) without starting a new game (doing multiple NPCs will be much harder), by exporting the FaceGen data of the NPC in question when you loaded the mod, after that in game select the NPC while in console and type: "disable" followed by "enable" to reload it entirely.

 

Check the mod page, perhaps it came with an optional file for the FaceGen data.






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