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Deafhlane

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#1 9 years ago

Im just looking for a few simple mods, and sorry about not posting this in the mod request thread, but it's a big thread, and i'm just asking if mods like these exist, and if so, where can I get them:

- A mod to change the leveling of monsters, so that I'm not always getting high leveled monsters. - A bookcase mod, that turns a bookcase into a storage container and displays books and other items in the bookcase. -And finally, a simple mod to immediantly repair items when you click on them (when you are a master Armoror).

If you can tell me about those 3, it would be appreciated :)




nemitis

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#2 9 years ago

I dont know about the other two but your probably going to be out of luck on the second one. Something like that would require someone to locate at every single bookcase in the game, change each one to a new, unique object with the books in them. Obviously that would take way too long.




Deafhlane

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#3 9 years ago

I did have my doubts about the bookcase mod. As for the third one, the instant repair for a master armoror, it would be a much simpler mod to make, i would believe.

Also, does anyone know of a sprint mod for Oblivion? Like the one that was made for Fallout3, it would be nice to have a mod to 'sprint' in Oblivion, that drains your fatigue quickly in doings so. If not, oh well.

Thanks for teh helps :D




Austin9999

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#4 8 years ago

Hey actually for the first one you can use console code

1. go into console (press the ~ key) 2. click on the target whom you want to lower the level of. 3. Type in "Setlevel " without quotes. is the level number, of which you want the level to be.