UPDATE at the end of post. I couldn't bring myself to triple post.
QUOTE(TheOtherRick @ Mar 23 2011, 08:07 AM)
Cool Videos! I am relatively lightly modded. I saw stuff that I am unfamiliar with. I know it's a bit off topic, but what are "portable sacks"? I also saw a "portable tent" that really interests me.
I agree with Acadian, hearing Imoen's voice sure brought beck some memories. Baldur's Gate was the first Fantasy RPG that I ever played. It was the bomb at the time....my how things change.
The portable sack, tent, cot, and campfire all come in a mod called portable campsite. It allows you to set up a camp and sleep anywhere in the wilderness so you don't have to keep running back to a house to sleep if you are role playing (which I am). I use the portable sack because I have another mod called Realistic Fatigue.
Realistic Fatigue drains your fatigue based on encumbrance, running/walking/standing/sitting, and combat. If your fatigue is low or completely drained your character starts to trip and fall while moving and is easy to knock down in combat. It also adds sound and screen effects when you are tired. Your character starts panting and their vision starts pulsing (like with a heartbeat) and gets blurry. To make my character last longer in combat I usually load up anything non-essential into the portable sack and then drop it.
The sword and bow I use are added by a series of weapon mods called RealSwords. Aravi uses a Khajiit sword and a Bosmer bow.
The dungeons were added by The Lost Spires, which is a new guild and questline.
And effecting all of the enemies in the game and most of the equipment is Francesco's mod (F mod). It takes away most of the enemy leveling in the game and adds new creatures and weapons. That means you can run into just about any enemy at any level. Sometimes it will be easier than vanilla Oblivion, but often times it is more difficult. F mod also changes the gear most NPCs have so that they are much less likely to have full daedric armor no matter what level they are at. I like that because it makes high powered equipment rare instead of every person owning a set.
Aravi finds herself in the Jeralls today after purchasing a new sword from a Nord. She has a few interesting encounters while wandering the northern unmarked roads.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sI1Bh243yVw
Contains material from ghastleyThis post has been edited by King Coin: Mar 24 2011, 01:40 AM