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Classic Skyrim

[Mod] Crystal Edge – 1h and 2h Glowing Sword

This mod adds a small collection of fancy glowing swords inspired by the design of the “Vediant” sword from Black Desert Online.

  • Craftable at a forge with the “Glass Smithing” perk
  • 4 color variants
  • Both 1h and 2h versions
  • Can be improved
  • 2k textures
  • Classic Skyrim and Special Edition

It’s slightly over the top but very fancy and looks great in every screenshot. Every! Screenshot!

[Mod] Terra Umbra – Mobile Floating Island

A brand new Nexus release, in collaboration with Irondusk33 (author of Spell Research, Religion, Missives, and like a million other awesome mods). To use his words, Terra Umbra is:

An incredible player home for master Alteration mages. New spells found on a corpse near Alftand allow you to raise a portion of the dwemer ruins, including one of the ruined towers. This tower can then be moved to any part of Skyrim, if you have the will to move it.

Basically, it’s pretty awesome.

[Mod] Kv Necklaces

A mod I originally started working on as a tumblr gift for reaching 300 followers, but ended up as a “almost 400 followers – eh maybe just a general release” gift. A small mod that adds two unique necklaces to the game, a vial and a glowing crystal.

How to Create New Body Paints and Overlays for Racemenu (Part 2)

This step-by-step guide will teach you how to create and add new Racemenu overlays (body paints, hand paints, foot paints, etc.) to Skyrim. This includes both creating the design and adding it into your game.

This is part 2 of the guide, which covers adding your design into the game via the Creation Kit. If you need guidance on creating your design, please see part 1 of the guide.

How to Create New Body Paints and Overlays for Racemenu (Part 1)

This step-by-step guide will teach you how to create and add new Racemenu overlays (body paints, hand paints, foot paints, etc.) to Skyrim. This includes both creating the design and adding it into your game.

Part 1 covers the creation of the overlay design – if you’ve already created your design, feel free to skip to Part 2 for how to add it to your game.

When I first began experimenting with this, I assumed it would be a fairly straightforward and easy thing to do – most character customization options are. I was wrong, and it was significantly more complex than I anticipated, and most already existing guides assume you already have a significant amount of things set up in your modding environment, as well as knowledge beyond what the casual modder would typically have. This guide aims to be as easy to follow and new-modder friendly as possible, though be aware that several of these steps are slightly complex so please follow directions carefully.