I set it to 0.1 exposure though for best immersion as I use 3x timescale and it doesn't make any sense when a nord freezes to death in slightly chilly weather in 20 minutes.. besides, I just want it for immersion not to be a distraction and hinderance all the time.
I still feeling Im missing something...
Does anyone know a good mod thats customizable and makes stuff take time? For example training per skill rank takes 1 hour or more, smithing items takes time, making potions etc. even eating.
I considered it, but two issues - 1) it hasn't been updated for a long time 2) it's good for the occasional crafting, but if you want your skills to increase at any reasonable rate, it'll take months of in-game time. 6 hours to cook food or make potions. Not customizable.
This is something else you might be interested in, from the same author:
Personally, I just use the wait function. My character is currently working in Riverwood at the sawmill and learning how to craft stuffs from Alvor. 4-6 hours for smithing seems reasonable, so I usually craft a couple of things (after using the wood chopping money to buy the ores from him) and it's night time. As for reading, I wait an hour for every 3 books that I read.
But I wish someone made that mod to be honest. There are mods that make you fatter or thinner based on calories in food you eat so this seems like a huge overlook.
Can anyone help me? Its about Gloombound Mine. I've read several area's by just typing in google that you have to wait 10 days, 30days and 45 days for the Ebony Ore to respawn. I've waited 45 days and still hasn't respawned. I even went and did 2 quests in falkreath and then sat and waited for the other 42 days away from the mine. Do I have to clear the mine completely out because the only thing i mined was the ebony, I never touched the iron ore deposits because I dont need them. Can anyone help me out and tell me if I'm doing something wrong or should I wait more days or do i need to do more quests? Also, idk if this matters but I mined the ore on the 6th and im now on the 21st of the following month.
I did revert to old saves after i checked 10 and 30 and 45 days so that way the timer never reset . So idk whats wrong... do i need to clear out the whole mine or should that not matter? The color is back on the ore vein it just wont let me mine it.
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I don't know about the other game but it seems that in each game your character is waaaay more than meets the eye. I don't know if the Nerevarine storyarc was the main one for Morrowind but in Oblivion, the Champion of Cyrodiil ended up becoming Sheogorath himself which wasn't even directly part of the Oblivion main quest. Similarly I can see the Dragonborn "ascending" once again after you find out that your character truly is Talos and that would completely obliterate the White-Gold Concordat especially for the Nords.
Originally Posted by High Overlord Saurfangi7-860 @2.8GHz | Radeon HD 7770 | 8GB DDR3-1333MHz | Corsair CX 430W |
So if anything is going to be revealed, it's going to be either in some upcoming DLCs or in a next game. However, I don't think your character is Talos for too many reasons. 1. Thalmor vs Empire war - I just don't see it happening in Skyrim and it is unlikely they make a large enough DLC for it. 2. If the war is going to be in TES 6, your old character would be history and I doubt they let you play a (new) dragonborn again 3. Divines don't intervene, daedra do, they might not even be "real"(in the TES universe). Nerevarine wasn't a god but Vivecs friend or something like that who remained loyal to Azura so she brought him back and created the prophesy to put the Tribunal in their place for playing god.
Just because you have "cheat codes" doesn't mean you have to use them, neither does Talos or Vivec have to.
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Wouldn´t it be perfect? The Thalmor want to forbid Talos worship and our Dragonborn is Talos? That could be an interesting situation.
Mabye they would want to kill him once they discover it.
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Talos on the other hand would not be too amused about the fact that they want to forbid the worship of him so he prolly wants to teach them a lession.
He cannot die after all much like Vivec because they both are gods. I still think that Vivec is out there somewhere.
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I've got a problem, Dark brotherhood questline. I do the first 3 contracts and the keeper is not at the sanctuary when i arrive back. could it be a mod causing the problem? Tbh i've never ran into that before, i ended up going back to and older save and killing astrid, hours wastedtrying to find a fix but it kept happening. Hate it when bugs happen.
Last edited by Khraine; 2013-01-14 at 01:31 PM.
Stormrage 4 lyfe
I was kinda tired of only reading about mods so I thought someone needs to bring in some lore and speculation.
Last edited by The Illusive Man; 2013-01-14 at 02:02 PM.
can't destroy the pillars of reality to end their current existence with the mankind around in any form
Stuff from Developer Micheal Kirkblade on the Imperial library:
[B]What appears to be an Altmeri commentary on Talos:[/B]
To kill Man is to reach Heaven, from where we came before the Doom Drum's iniquity. When we accomplish this, we can escape the mockery and long shame of the Material Prison.
To achieve this goal, we must:
1) Erase the Upstart Talos from the mythic. His presence fortifies the Wheel of the Convention, and binds our souls to this plane.
2) Remove Man not just from the world, but from the Pattern of Possibility, so that the very idea of them can be forgotten and thereby never again repeated.
3) With Talos and the Sons of Talos removed, the Dragon will become ours to unbind. The world of mortals will be over. The Dragon will uncoil his hold on the stagnancy of linear time and move as Free Serpent again, moving through the Aether without measure or burden, spilling time along the innumerable roads we once traveled. And with that we will regain the mantle of the imperishable spirit.
The majority of the Skyrim plot was engineered by the Thalmor as the first step to achieve this and weaken humanity.
Last edited by raist474; 2013-01-14 at 03:43 PM.
That explains why the Imperials aren´t that happy about the Stormcloak rebellion and the "murder" of Torygg. The civil war only weakens humanity and allows the Thalmor to exploit that.
I still think that it was reckless and without foresight what Ulfric did. He just wanted to become the new high king. If you meet him in Sovngarde after you killed him he even says that he was acting false and without thinking about the possibilities of his actions.
Thats why I usually join the Imperials and not the Stormcloaks. Ulfric is a big dick to be honest. This war weakened both the Nord and the Imperials and could allow the Thalmor to defeat them in this weakened state.