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willeex

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God bless the modding community.
Less than a damn day lmao.

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Darviela

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Then Thepal I suggest that you give up the rights of this mod to somebody else so that they can continue from were you left off.

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Anyone can continue this. It doesn't bother me.

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DarkDoom777

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we did it people in less than 24 hours we have a nude female for skyrim now make it more pretty

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Ofcourse it doesnt bothers you. Some great modders started it long ago.
"we did it people in less than 24 hours we have a nude female for skyrim now make it more pretty "

You did what?

I'm waiting this game in years, you show some skin-off around and all be ... to you. Phhh
Bye then Heheheeheeee....

Edited by jojjo, 12 November 2011 - 12:37 AM.


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Garinov

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Congrats, you're the first one to make a Nude Mod for females. o3o If anyone is a Dovakiin here, its this dude.

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Elder Scroll isn't Elder Scroll without its nude female/male mod ^^

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BluejayPrime

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and where is the male version? :P

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"and where is the male version? :P "

Exactly what my wife said.

Unfortunately, I cheated to make this, and there is no mesh to cheat off for the male version.

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Nice shot, buddy.
I was trying to make that too, but NifSkope keeps saying ""failed to load file header (version 14020007, 20.2.0.7)"".
How did you managed to avoid that?




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