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Majestic Mountains by T4gtr34um3r

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z929669 - Vote to stick with lightside per screens posted below

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Conditions: clear weather, all mod conditions used LODGen applicable to vanilla mountains, MM, MM Darkside, and MM Lightside (so LOD is specific to each of the four sets of screenshots)

TOD: noon

Coordinates (cow tamriel): Whiterun lookout tower WSW > 35 -16 > -33 -7 > -10 0

Mod build: Step 2.0.0 (dev)

Step (vanilla mountains)  >  MM  >  MM Darkside  >  MM Lightside

Load up imgbox gallery and cycle through all images to load them. Then use the arrow buttons to toggle back and forth. Images aren't a perfect overlay, due to slight variations in COW positioning but close enough. They can also be examined directly in the spoiler.

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  • 2 months later...

I have now tried all three color versions and this is my humble opinion.

 

Light is the most vanilla and is a bit to bright on my rig (as said in the STEP guide). But it is very much more like the scandinavian Granite where i live and that is nice. The brightness makes such things as dwemer buildings hard to see from a distance in sunny weather. Same goes with some snow effects.

 

Main file is to red and to far from what i think is Granite... although it is probably just my mind that just wants Skyrim mountains to be like the Granitie my eyes are used to.

 

Dark is the number one choise for me. It makes snow effects on the mountains stand out a bit and also makes constructions be more visible from far distances. Only problem with that... it is a bit wierd that the stone used for constructions seem to come from another part of Tamriel. But i can live with that for the better looks.

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I have now tried all three color versions and this is my humble opinion.

 

Light is the most vanilla and is a bit to bright on my rig (as said in the STEP guide). But it is very much more like the scandinavian Granite where i live and that is nice. The brightness makes such things as dwemer buildings hard to see from a distance in sunny weather. Same goes with some snow effects.

 

Main file is to red and to far from what i think is Granite... although it is probably just my mind that just wants Skyrim mountains to be like the Granitie my eyes are used to.

 

Dark is the number one choise for me. It makes snow effects on the mountains stand out a bit and also makes constructions be more visible from far distances. Only problem with that... it is a bit wierd that the stone used for constructions seem to come from another part of Tamriel. But i can live with that for the better looks.

Your post convinced me to try out the Dark version and I have to say I completely agree with everything you've said. Every mountain in the game looks gorgeous now. I especially like how it affects the landscape in the snowier areas (such as Winterhold) where the color of the rock contrasts with the snow and ice. But you're also right that it is a bit jarring to see all that dark rock scattered around towns where the buildings are clearly made with a different material.

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May be I missed something, in the current Optional file instructions - '...deactivated after. Name the file something like: "(TEMP) - Majestic Mountains - LODGen". Though later in LODgen and DYNDOLOD I didn't find when to deactivate it actually, and whether it's need to be deactivated.

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