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Yvendel

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Hello there,

Used for years the nexus site, but never actually entered on the forum, mostly because im not into creating mods, tho It would be interesting to try it. I mostly most interested on elder scrolls lore/inmersion, and companions, maybe because Im pretty use for roleplay and such.  full quests/voice/backstory "serious" options are a very turn on for me, when its not about only boobs and animu.

 

One day I ll be able to fish correcty on skyrim, too.

 

Just here to leave a mark and some thanks for all the enjoyment I had and have thanks to the modding community, maybe get some info on how to actually start to mod, tho I prefer paper rather than programs, lol



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NCSCNL

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Hi Yvendel,

 

Same here been a member for a couple of years now and posted today my first topic's/comments lmao.

Anyway welcome.

 

Cheers



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Heya, Modding is sure a lot of work

 

I let a lil hobby work I did today, the song was just constantly resonating in my head:

https://soundcloud.c...blanca-witherun



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Pagafyr

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Hi NCSCNL.  Yvendel.  Modding can be a great way to relieve those moments of wishing the game was like this or maybe it would be better eye-candy you would like.

 

It is always fun playing the games.  Until I hit a snag, a bug is what they call them.  And then.  And THEN.  I decided to figure out how to mod; instead of report bugs and mods that end before the story is complete.

 

Now I know how to mod.  So any time I feel the urge to pout or shout I can make it better myself.

 

Welcome to the greatest site for modders.






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