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  1. Discussion topic: Coverkhajiits by mrLenski & XilaMonstrr Wiki Link
  2. Discussion topic: Consistent Older People by Winterlove Wiki Link
  3. Discussion topic: Nuanced Eye Reflection by andthefish Wiki Link Very simple mod editing the eye environment mask.
  4. Discussion topic: Simple Children by Tetchystar Wiki Link Review: This is the mod I was using for my personal Guide. I think it's close enough to vanilla that it can be considered for STEP and is a large improvement to the children. It actually makes the children look like the fit into the game and could grow up to be the adults we're used to seeing. It will use whatever clothing, eye, and hair textures are installed, meaning they are the same as you'd see on the adult NPCs. Rustic Clothing is included in the Guide for their outfits. Finally, the most obvious thing is that this makes children more unique. No more potato-head copies of children running around! Obviously that comes with some necessary artistic deviation, however, this is the only mod that really feels like it got it "right". There is a bug in the mod at the moment. It is simply an error that needs to be removed from the mod due to an USSEP update. Instructions for fixing it are not any more complicated that cleaning the master files...less so, actually. Else there is a mod available that patches it until the author returns to update the mod.
  5. Discussion topic: Vanilla Hair - No Shine by zzjay Wiki Link
  6. Discussion topic: zzjay's body and face textures workshop - Type 3 - 4 and 6 by zzjay Wiki Link
  7. Discussion topic: Vanilla Body with UNP Textures by Shiva182 Wiki Link
  8. Discussion topic: WX Hair Colors by wynxombii Wiki Link
  9. Discussion topic: The Eyes Of Beauty Fallout Edition by LogRaam Wiki Link
  10. Discussion topic: Enhanced Vanilla Bodies by Leito86Redux Wiki Link
  11. Discussion topic: DeLuxe Makeup by Cilbas Wiki Link
  12. Discussion topic: FAR - Forgotten Argonian Roots by redtox Wiki Link
  13. Discussion topic: Lucien Lachance AE by LeonardoTrote Wiki Link Previously name: Immersive Spectral Assassin / Lucien Lachance Restored
  14. Discussion topic: Tempered Skins for Females - UNP by traa108 Wiki Link
  15. Discussion topic: AMidianBorn NV Book Of Water - Armour Fixes by tgspy Wiki Link
  16. Discussion topic: ADAM Reborn Helmet Shadow Glitch Fix by Deadlypen Wiki Link
  17. Discussion topic: Superior Lore-Friendly Hair - HD textures by Pskyrimaguas Wiki Link
  18. Discussion topic: Superior Lore-Friendly Hair by skyrimaguas Wiki Link
  19. Discussion topic: More Realistic Hair by Ichibu Wiki Link
  20. Discussion topic: High Poly Vanilla Hair by Macxhiin Wiki Link High Poly Vanilla Hair is a huge improvement over vanilla hair. It removes the flickering and transparency issues you get with hair when using ENB (black hair fix) as well. If its any appearance mod at all for a head part it has to be this gem. *Fixed topic links and template*
  21. Discussion topic: Lore-Corrected Races by TechAngel85 Wiki Link This mod alters the races heights based upon established lore to give each race a unique height. As the author, I'm a bit bias but the biggest question would be how does this differ from: In a nutshell, Lore-Friendly Race Heights is simply giving you the Oblivion values for the races. However, Lore-Corrected Races attempts to logically gleam the height for each race based upon established lore and what the texts say. As such, the values are not vanilla nor are they Oblivion. In some cases they may be either one, or both, or neither. This also doesn't have the issue of the Bosmer males being too short.
  22. Discussion topic: T6M Courier's Stash by a_rod Wiki Link
  23. Discussion topic: Type3 Body and Armor Replacer by Exeter Wiki Link
  24. Discussion topic: Lonesome Road Armors for Type 3 by Exeter Wiki Link
  25. Discussion topic: Dead Money Type3 Outfits by Exeter Wiki Link
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