I'm currently playing a modlist from Wabbajack (Equanimity) and I'm having an enormous amount of fun as an offensive restoration/reanimation conjuration character. However that fun is constantly & incessantly being fouled by the abysmal reanimation AI. You're in a crypt and got aggro on something that's a couple of rooms over or down some stairs? Have fun while your reanimations go into combat stance and walk in the opposite direction of the target, running some "search for the enemy" script. Fast travel? Oh one or all of your reanimations didn't come with you, and no number of hours waiting will make them show up. Walk into a city? Welp. Guess your reanimations teleported to the other side of Tamriel because they didn't come through the door with you, and when you went out the door you came through they weren't there either, and again no amount of waiting will bring them to you.
I found a mod which features a spell like this (https://www.nexusmod...rim/mods/11454/), but it does a whole lot of other things too, plus it's for vanilla Skyrim not SSE, so I don't dare add it to this existing list of 500+ mods, which already features a number of other mods that affect Conjuration (mainly Adamant - A Perk Overhaul (https://www.nexusmods.com/skyrimspecialedition/mods/30191), Mysticism - A Magic Overhaul (https://www.nexusmods.com/skyrimspecialedition/mods/27839), and Undeath Remastered (https://www.nexusmods.com/skyrimspecialedition/mods/6180)
I tried looking into extracting that one teleport spell into its own mod, converted to SSE, but I have zero experience with this stuff so it took all of 2 minutes for me to realize that such a thing is way, way, way beyond me.
Would anyone be able & willing to make something like this? Just a spell that looks through your active Reanimation effects, grabs the associated actor, and plops them at your feet. It would save this playthrough of mine, one that might actually turn into a multi-hundred hour save if I can just get around the grating frustration of reanimations randomly vanishing & failing to follow me.
Edited by Dassen93, 25 September 2020 - 10:22 PM.