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FNVEdit and Wyre Bash


Unoriginal27

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Is there a good tutorial/guide on these 2 mods? What do they do? How do you use them? I know you can merge mods or something like that, but that's about it.

 

I tried searching for a tutorial on YouTube however almost all of them are a couple of years old so they're outdated, or don't use Vortex as a mod manager.

 

Any help is appreciated

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Neither one is a mod. They are tools to work with mods. Did you search on GOOGLE for a training manual for either?

 

There is one for XEdit here on Nexus. FNVEdit Training Manual at Fallout New Vegas - mods and community (nexusmods.com)

 

You are also spelling it wrong. It is Wrye Bash. Have you tried GOOGLE?

 

GOOGLE provided me with 41,200 results in 0.38 seconds.

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Neither one is a mod. They are tools to work with mods. Did you search on GOOGLE for a training manual for either?

 

There is one for XEdit here on Nexus. FNVEdit Training Manual at Fallout New Vegas - mods and community (nexusmods.com)

 

You are also spelling it wrong. It is Wrye Bash. Have you tried GOOGLE?

 

GOOGLE provided me with 41,200 results in 0.38 seconds.

 

lol i found that one but its 10+years old and a lot has changed in fnv modding since then, are you sure it even works with vortex? what about the new versions of xNVSE and other similar stuff?

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Sometimes Google isn't helpful for nv tools. So much niche knowledge that is and shouldn't be... At any rate, here's my take on these complex tools:

Fnv edit lets you modify your mods in ways that the geck doesn't allow. Also includes utilities for error checking and override comparison. Very useful tool.

Not 100% sure what all wrye bash does, but I do know its essential for creating a "merged plugin." This plugin can solve the problem of multiple mods modifying the same form. I could be off the mark with this info so any verification would be appreciated.

Not everyone needs to use these 2 tools so it's possible you create and use mods without ever touching these two but then again, when you need them, you really need them lol

 

[side note, I used to read it as 'Wyre' for the longest time]

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