Tejon's Collective Spell Effects

This is a small mod which adds large spellbooks (Spells), sorted by the school which contains each spell from that school. This is useful f...

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This is a small mod which adds large spellbooks (Spells), sorted by the school which contains each spell from that school. This is useful for those of you who want to make custom spells and enchantments, but don't want to go across Vvardenfell just to find them.

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Tejón's Collected Spell Effects

This is a simple convenience mod for anyone who is tired of running all over
Vvardenfell buying spells just so their effects can be used in Spellmaking or
Enchantment. It adds a set of 17 spells which together contain every effect
which can be purchased in the base game. The spellbooks are sorted by school
for convenient browsing, and are named similar to:

{ Spellbook: Illusion 2 }

The curly-brace isn't just for looks; it causes these spells to sort last in
your list.

If you have Tribunal or Bloodmoon, the spells will be added to your list
automatically when you load this mod. (There is no problem adding it to a game
in progress.) If you have neither expansion, the startscript will not execute,
so you can manually add the spells by going to the console and typing:


This command can also be used to restore the full set of spellbooks, if you
have deleted some or all of them.

If you have questions, kudos, or criticism, feel free to email me:

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