I know it’s been three weeks since I’ve done my weekly Skyrim mods. I’ve been extremely busy this month and I didn’t have the time to play Skyrim at all. I like to play test the mods before I write about them.
My top 5 weekly Skyrim mods is back and I will try my best to keep them coming every week until I either decide to quit writing or an Elder Scrolls VI comes out. The second option is much more likely to happen because I have no plans to quit.
5. Loot And Degradation by – isoku – http://www.nexusmods.com/skyrim/mods/55677/?
Loot and degradation allows your tempered items to wear down over time. This mod also adds tempered items to npcs. You will now encounter bandits that have access to better loot. Bandit chiefs will have exquisite swords or armors.
Degradation will happen faster on wooden items, but slower on Ebony or Daedric items. You can customize your experience however you wish in Sky UI’s MCM.
4. RS Children Overhaul by Ranaline – http://www.nexusmods.com/skyrim/mods/55555/?
Rs children overhaul completely overhauls the way children look in Skyrim. I couldn’t believe I was playing the same game when I installed this mod.
There is an optional plugin that allows you to play as children if you want to. That’s never really been my thing, but I feel like it should be mentioned.
If you’re tired of the same old ugly ass children that are just carbon copies of each other than you should give this mod shot. It really does make a difference.
3. Ursine Armor Pack by Deserter X – http://www.nexusmods.com/skyrim/mods/55924/?
This mod adds three standalone armor sets to Skyrim. Each armor set can be customized in a variety of ways. They can be upgraded and have Dragonscale armor stats.
For the best experience I recommend downloading HDT HighHeels System by hydrogensayshdt.
These new armor sets aren’t exactly lore friendly, but they look nice and playing tropical Skyrim with them is fun.
2. Immersive Fallen Trees by Jurassic4LIFE – http://www.nexusmods.com/skyrim/mods/55699/?
Immersive fallen trees adds fallen trees all around Skyrim. The mod authors goal was to make these trees feel like they were there all along and I’ll have to say that it works. I didn’t think that a mod added in the trees that I came across while I was out adventuring.
They feel like they’ve always been there and it makes crossing rivers a little easier if you’re playing with Frostfall enabled.
1. Immersive Patrols by Scrabbulor – http://www.nexusmods.com/skyrim/mods/12977/?
Immersive patrols adds fully functional patrols of almost every faction to Skyrim. On the roads you’re more likely to come across Thalmor, Stormcloaks, merchants, travelers, and much more.
Immersive patrols has been around for quite awhile, but it’s still regularly updated and it’s compatible with all of the DLC in Skyrim. Immersive patrols also includes warzones that has fort capture behavior.
If you want your Skyrim to literally feel more alive than you need this mod. Immersive patrols does not make Skyrim feel overcrowded. You’ll still be able to enjoy the wilderness without being attacked every 5 seconds by bandits or forsworn.
This mod just makes it feel more populated and not so barren like the vanilla game is. Immersive patrols is my Skyrim mod of the week.
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