Content of the article: "Modlist Release Wabbajack Living Skyrim 2.0.0 is now available!"
Hello, I'm ForgottenGlory. I've been around here and there on the r/SkyrimMods subreddit for a bit and have been very active in the Wabbajack community for the last several months. I am extremely excited to announce that my modlist, Living Skyrim, has been updated to version 2.0.0 and is now available through the Wabbajack modlist installer.
Living Skyrim 2.0.0 is a complete rebuild of Living Skyrim from the ground up with the intent to take everything that was in the modlist previously and crank it up to 11.
So, what's Living Skyrim about? The number one goal of the list is to bring the world to life. This, in a nutshell, means that you will find an astounding number of new NPCs, quests, world spaces, dungeons, followers, and more. No stone has been left unturned and stepping into Living Skyrim means stepping into a world where every corner brings a new face to fight, befriend, or complete a quest for. This modlist takes a semi-lore friendly approach to adding things and uses a multitude of overhauls to breathe new life into the stagnant and unchanging systems of vanilla Skyrim. However, it is a primary tenet of Living Skyrim that the new systems added to the game don't add tedium or monotony to the game – some mods and settings are specifically avoided such that the game isn't slowed down unnecessarily. The few inclusions that do slow things down are included for balance, pacing, or roleplay purposes.
Speaking of roleplay, Living Skyrim is intended to provide replayability and roleplay potential. SkyRem, Ordinator, and other related mods allow for nearly infinite character customization to play the character you want, whether it be raving barbarian, paladin of Akatosh, archmage of Winterhold, or a hunter in the woods. The Take Notes mod allows you to chronicle your adventures and build a story that is uniquely yours.
All of this is on top of a high-quality graphics package intended for higher-end PCs. 4K textures have been given preference except in situations where there is little to no noticeable difference or a 4K option isn’t available. The ENB, weather, flora, and fauna options have been hand-chosen to provide a consistent and absolutely gorgeous game look. This list is not for those with computers that are faint of heart – weak computers will not be able to run Living Skyrim at acceptable framerates.
As for stability and conflict resolution, Living Skyrim has been entirely Method Patched to ensure consistency and compatibility across the board. In the case where patches didn't already exist or were inadequate, they have been created. This includes changes that required the use of Creation Kit to ensure that the world is working smoothly. It also includes DynDOLOD, TexGen, and SSELODGEN data pre-packaged for ease of install. During the 6 week long Alpha/Beta process it has been extensively tested by users and my amazing development team with over 200 bugs squashed across almost 500 completed installations.
Lastly, Living Skyrim exists solely through Wabbajack. A manual installation guide does not exist and likely won't ever. Wabbajack does not require a Nexus Premium subscription unless you want it to automate the mod downloading process, so there's little purpose in a manual guide.
For more details, I encourage you to check out some of the links below:
- UPDATED List of Modding Guides for Skyrim Special Edition
- Can Someone Help Me Fix My Lag/Crash Issue Please Please Please
- Discussion Updating sidebawiki material to include Wabbajack.
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