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Emissaryoflight

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Can someone please do a mod to alter the weights of the following items: Arrows (to 0.1) - I know there is one already but I can't get it to work... Scrolls (to 0.1) Books (to 0.5) Potions / poisons (so the weight reflects the size of the vial) Stones of Barenziah (to 0.1) Ingots (so the weights reflect the material, assuming all ingots are of equal size) and any others you can think of. I'm assuming Skyrim weights are equivalent to lb. Also is it possible to create Quivers as an equippable item? i.e. you can't use arrows unless you have a relevant quiver, which you create at a smithy?

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TolarisOmega

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I agree with all of these, with the exception of maybe the quiver. I would suggest that you only need to make one quiver. Make it available in the same materials (Glass, iron etc, use vanilla meshes to start) with bonuses depending on the material. Maybe add a way to poison arrows sitting in the quiver, so you don't have to constantly reapply poisons.

To the realistic item weights, I would add realistic weapon and armour weights as well. Swords only ever weigh 3-6 pounds. Full steel plate armour from 14th or 15th century weighs 60 pounds, but very flexible; a PC fully trained in Skyrim's Heavy Armour should have no movement penalties.







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