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I just added WAC to my load order and am using Wyre Bash to make it compatible with MMM (latest build). I was wondering if anyone has any suggestions on what Bash tags to apply to the WAC esp/esm files to make it as compatible as possible. I am using the "Waalax Animals & Creatures.esm", the "WAC.esp" and the "WAC Insects.esp." So far I have tagged "Relev" "Delev" and "Factions." Any other suggestions from experienced Bash users would be helpful. Thanks!

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Those three plugins do not need any Bash tags. Bash tags are there for mods that alter VANILLA items and resources. WAC does not alter any vanilla levelled lists or factions, so your tags are useless, and will be ignored. Wrye Bash is not a tool for blythely adding any tags you can think of in the hope of making other mods compatible. My advice to you is to use BOSS, and allow Wrye Bash to import any tags from the masterlist.

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Those three plugins do not need any Bash tags. Bash tags are there for mods that alter VANILLA items and resources. WAC does not alter any vanilla levelled lists or factions, so your tags are useless, and will be ignored. Wrye Bash is not a tool for blythely adding any tags you can think of in the hope of making other mods compatible. My advice to you is to use BOSS, and allow Wrye Bash to import any tags from the masterlist.



Yeah, I use BOSS to sort and to add the tags into Bash. I have been using mods for only a year now, and while I try to thoroughly read through mods/utilities, there are always things I still need to learn. I know that BOSS is pretty comprehensive in adding tags, but I thought for such a large overhaul there might be some needed tags, but now I know better. Thanks for the insight into bash tags.




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