I'm finished with most of the content and i'm looking for some interesting mods

#1Average_GnomePosted 5/7/2012 6:57:56 PM
I'm not looking for anything that improves graphics or lighting. I'm looking for fun stupid mods. Mods that ad cool houses or regions or quests. I don't really care about weapons. But cool spells that ad some interesting things to the game. I'm not really looking for super powerful spells that break the game.
#2Average_Gnome(Topic Creator)Posted 5/7/2012 6:59:18 PM
List all of your favorites.
#3ps2man617Posted 5/7/2012 7:09:34 PM


Thats new dungeons and quest mods sorted by DLs. I cant recommend you any personally because I havent beaten all the default content yet so I want to do that before I go on to mod dungeons and such. But from looking myself which I am going to try out is stuff from wheezes and Milans dungeon packs. The descriptions and comments look promising. I have seen preview of Moonpath to elseweyr on MMOxReview on Youtube and it looks good. Those are my recommendations but you can look through the lists to see if there is anything that peeks your interest.
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#4SymphonicGloryPosted 5/7/2012 9:28:49 PM


Both are some cool mods that add plenty of new and mostly unique spells to the game.
#5Unholy235Posted 5/7/2012 9:35:12 PM
Get a time machine ---> fast forward to "Oscuro's Skyrim Overhaul" or w/e it will be called.

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#6AllGodsDiePosted 5/7/2012 10:04:56 PM
deadly combat + deadly dragons+dance of dance+ crimson tides+monster mod, start a new game
= Brutal/fast paced combat, that completely reshapes the game.
#7PathlessBulletPosted 5/7/2012 11:07:35 PM
Are we talking Skyrim or Oblivion? Because honest to god I'm not sure.
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#8SpideyknightPosted 5/8/2012 5:25:53 AM
Do all of those mods work well together? Seems like at least some would conflict.
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