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Confused about BCFs, Wrye Bash, Mod organizer and wondering how it all ties together

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Hey guys, this is my first post. I have reinstalled Skyrim (Legendary Edition) and decided to give STEP a try. I have used Nexus Mod Manager before, but this is my first time with Mod Organizer.

 

So I've been downloading mods in the order designed by STEP and installing them and it's not a really hard thing, but when I got to "Skill Interface" mod, I realized it had "BCF"s. I didn't know how to use BCFs with MO, so I checked out the guide, it said to use WryeBash, so I opened it (not from MO though) and did the whole "Apply/Conversion" then used "Wizard" and installed it. I did the same with "Skill Interface - Dawnguard" too.

 

They didn't appear in MO's list and I'm wondering if I did something wrong. How do they all tie together?

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Okay, so I checked the mod's own thread and realized that I've screwed up big time, because apparently people who are using MO don't need to use the BCF's.

 

Is this relevant to all the mods in STEP that have BCF's? Should I just skip the BCF's and install them normally with MO??

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The BCF's are for people (like me) that refuse to give up Wrye Bash. :).

 

BCF = BAIN Conversion File, BAIN is the installer built into Wrye Bash. As a MO user you will not need them.

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