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DynDOLOD ESM Load Order

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I generated DynDOLOD LODs again just recently and cant figure out if the DYNDOLOD.esm should be placed in the end of the load order or should I let LOOT sort the esm to the top of the load order?

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From The DynDOLOD manual

 

Load/Overwrite Orders
 
Generated DynDOLOD.esm and DynDOLOD.esp can be sorted by LOOT or manually. Typically DynDOLOD.esm should be the last ESM (and after the Unofficial Skyrim Special Edition Patch even if it is not a master in DynDOLOD.esm) and DynDOLOD.esp the last ESP for the entire load order.
 
The DynDOLOD.esm contains only overwrites/data from other ESM files, including master flagged ESP/ESL. The DynDOLOD.esp overwrites/contains data from the entire load order.

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