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> A Ob Levelling mod, Does such a thing exist
Colonel Mustard
post May 10 2009, 05:39 PM
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Now as we all know, Oblivion has that pissy little system in which enemies level up with you as you go. I've been playing through it recently, and I've also been experiencing the joys of breezing through the Capital Wasteland on Fallout 3 and single handedly tearing small armies of raiders to shreds with my high level character.

Now before, on Oblivion, I could live with it.

Now I'm getting a bit annoyed with is. So, are there any mods that remove and balance out this system, so that your enemies don't improve with you as you level up, thus removing that annoying quirk in which the game is consistently difficult?

Any and all help would be appreciated. I've been browsing on a few mod-specific site, but the problem is I don't really know where to start, so even a few pointers would be good.

Cheers in advance.

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post Oct 30 2011, 12:04 PM
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Well there is something like OOO mod,
The mod adds extra monsters and items. The monster levels and strongieness (is that a word? tongue.gif) depends now how far you are away from civilized world or from roads.
And now when you are in a cave, Alied Ruin, et cetera... the monster stongieness and levels depends on how far you are in the dungeon.

I use the mod myself and I really like it! biggrin.gif

OOO mod download Link:

I don't know, but maby yoou need to register first at PlanetElderScrolls. I used to download OOO mod via thenexus, but that link is broken, I think.

I hope this helped you, and maby some others who were looking for this,

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