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Should I just follow the STEP guide, or install the mods you have listed?

 

My list is pretty similar to STEP so you cannot go wrong with either.

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outstanding, ill follow your guide cause OCN ppl are uber elite ^_^ thanks for writing the guide.
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Is there any particular install order?
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Is there any particular install order?
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Below is my personal revised mod list, in general order of installation. Links have been added for ease of grabbing a mod. Some texture mods may lead to NSFW content, such as in-game gore (blood mods) and nudity (body mods). I am not responsible for any offense taken for pointing to such mods. Such mods are listed as NSFW so that they can be avoided.

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Thank you for pointing that out, i am going to blame this on my lack of contact lenses due to over active allergies.
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Thank you for pointing that out, i am going to blame this on my lack of contact lenses due to over active allergies.

Allergies suck... frown.gif
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Cant someone turn this into a single downloadable file? Far out!!! There are like 1 billion mods frown.gif
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Cant someone turn this into a single downloadable file? Far out!!! There are like 1 billion mods frown.gif

As awesome and welcome that would be personally, that would go against the wishes of many, many modders who prefer individual recognition for their hard work. There are some combined texture and animation packs out there already as well as armor sets, but personal and publicly available. There is also a texture combiner you can use to make your own en masse texture packs.
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As awesome and welcome that would be personally, that would go against the wishes of many, many modders who prefer individual recognition for their hard work. There are some combined texture and animation packs out there already as well as armor sets, but personal and publicly available. There is also a texture combiner you can use to make your own en masse texture packs.

They can include an extensive list of modders during the install process, I completely understand that many if not most modders like individual files, it doesn't cater for ones who cant be bothered, like me thumb.gif
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They can include an extensive list of modders during the install process, I completely understand that many if not most modders like individual files, it doesn't cater for ones who cant be bothered, like me thumb.gif

Modders have to agree to allow their works in packs. This means not only losing individual recognition, but endorsements as well. What I personally recommend is after you finish installing and testing your mods, to zip your data or Skyrim folder and simply back it up somewhere.
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