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The Return Of The White Wolf: Witcher 3 Modding Guide
RETURN OF THE WHITE WOLF
THE MODDING GUIDE
This guide's main aim is to make the game a better experience, improving all of the game aspects to make it more challenging and realistic, better scaled and prettier to play, while remaining friendly to The Witcher universe lore, including the previous games and the books. This part is very important to me, so you can rest assured that if you follow this guide, you'll get The Witcher experience as close to the books as possible and the one that will be realistic and serious. Please be aware of your hardware limitations. If you are struggling to get the game running on Ultra/Uber details, you'll probably want to skip the configuration file modifications. The guide will be updated with new mods and better tools as they are released, so expect a lot of changes until all the basic tools are released and modding scene for Witcher 3 matures. The game itself is also being updated and the developers are working on the bugs, with the updates being released every so often, so please also bear in mind that the guide is written for the specific version of the game and may not work with the future versions of The Witcher 3. I will make clear indication which game version is the guide for. Another thing to note is that I am using GOG Galaxy version of The Witcher 3, not the Steam version, so adjust all the file paths accordingly if you use Steam instead of GOG Galaxy. The guide is using step-by-method to instruct users how to install the mods. It's listed from top down and it is advised to install the mods in that order to make sure that all directions are followed correctly and no steps are missed.
Morrowind Mod Guide Compendium
I have been going through many different sources in the last few days to find the perfect modding guide that will modernise Morrowind. Below are many written and video modding guides that new or experienced users can follow to create a perfect gaming experience on this ageing gem of a game.
I will try to keep this list of links updated as frequently as possible and I hope that other users will help add to this list to create a large depository of mod guides for Morrowind.
1. Morrowind Today
[by danjb] - [Link]
[Guide last edited: 12th July 2016]
2. (Re)installing Morrowind
[by Life in Ink and Pixels] - [Link]
[Guide last edited: 1st May 2017]
3. Guide: A Modern Morrowind
[by Step users] - [Link]
[Guide last edited: 11th July 2017]
4. Gluby's Guide to a Modded Morrowind
[by Gluby] - [Link]
[Guide last edited: 11th October 2009]
5. Morrowind 2017 : Cynderal Edition
[by Cynderal] - [Link]
[Guide last edited: 15th February 2017]
6. Morrowind - An Alternative to MGSO
[by Anthony Dotson] - [Link]
[Guide last edited: 10th November 2015]
7. GeeTee's Favourite Morrowind Mods
[by GeeTee] - [Link]
[Guide last edited: 23rd February 2017]
8. Tomorrowind 2016
[by Povuholo] - [Link]
[Guide last edited: 17th January 2016]
9. Morrowind Modding Guide
[by cml33] - [Link]
[Guide last edited: 9th March 2013]
10. Morrowind Mega Modding Manual
[by Ashlandroadwarrior] - [Link]
[Guide last edited: ?]
1. Modding Guide for New Players - "Modernising Morrowind"
[by Zaric Zhakaron] - [Link]
[Uploaded: 1st August 2015]
2. Modernising Morrowind
[by GamerZakh] - [Link]
[Uploaded: 3rd May 2017]
Is there a mod that lets you skip the intro cart ride scene, such as pressing the space bar, to quickly get to the character creation menu? I know about Live Another Life, that's not what I'm looking for. I know about save games, that's not what I'm looking for either. When adding/changing mods, starting a new game may be necessary without using a previous save game or corruption may result. Or you may just want to do testing without using a previously saved game. I just want to be able to skip the cart ride by pressing the space bar or escape key.
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