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Campfire - Complete Camping System
Campfire is the most feature-rich stand-alone camping mod for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, created from Frostfall's immersive and detailed camping system. Campfire is also a modder's framework, allowing anyone to create their own unique camping equipment.
RUGNAROK
This mod is an overhaul and expansion of the rugs of Skyrim. Now every rug has a matching normal map, and every rug mesh has a different rug texture set. 2K & 1K versions available.
Holidays
Villages/cities will visually change as holidays based on TES lore come and go. NPCs will also react to these changes by attending various events appropriate for the holiday.
SOUL
This retextures the adsorbing dragon soul effect.

available in x256, x512, x1024 and x2048 sized textures
Musketeer Mod by Yurica
Brings a new weapon to the game with a set of armor and complementing animations.
Wonders of Weather
Rain splashes, shooting stars and rainbows.
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  • added 1 month ago

    BLOG PIECE: Modding as a hobby versus modding as a career, and the position ...

    posted by Dark0ne Site News
    Ever since Valve announced their curated Workshops update for Steam Workshop back at the end of January and Bethesda announced an update to their Skyrim Workshop to remove the 100MB file size limit I've been meaning to write one of my long-winded, often nonsensical blog pieces that goes off on extreme tangents rife with radical speculation. It's been quite a while since I've done one of these, so excuse me if I'm rusty.

    I'm going to begin by clarifying that I still stand by the fact I think Steam Workshop has been great for modding, great for bringing modding to the forefront of showcasing the ...(continue reading the full article)
  • added 2 months ago

    New paid full-time community manager and development lead job role open for ...

    posted by Dark0ne Site News
    Just a quick update to let you all know that we've added a new full-time paid position to the site that's immediately available to be filled. We are looking for a dedicated community manager and development lead who will become a public facing ambassador for the sites both domestically, on the Nexus, and abroad, within official game communities. Improving the community for those of us already here while helping to spread the word about the Nexus to other (official) game communities.

    I alluded to this role in my State of the Union post back at the start of the year. A few people showed concern t ...(continue reading the full article)
  • added 2 months ago

    Author blocking, user area tweaks and general updates

    posted by Dark0ne Site News
    A quick update today to let you know about a few new features we've added to the sites over the past few weeks.

    Author blocking

    First up we've implemented the ability to block user's files, images and videos from showing on the site at all for you, much like how our tag blocking system works. If you block an author you will no longer see any new files, images or videos they add on the site whether it's in the hot files, file searches or otherwise.

    A lot of our Nexus sites have a lot of files in them now and we're happy to implement any functionality that lets you get more control over the type of ...(continue reading the full article)
  • added 2 months ago

    Bethesda's first-ever E3 conference!

    posted by Zaldiir Game News
    For the first time ever, Bethesda will be hosting an E3 showcase! June 14th is the date to plot into your calendar.

    They will be sharing details on how to register in the coming months, so keep an eye out for any news on BethBlog.

    And should you not be able to attend E3, they will also be streaming the entire showcase on Twitch (http://www.twitch.tv/bethesda). Remember to tune in on the 14th of June!
  • added 2 months ago

    Nexus Mod Manager v0.60 alpha : Upgrading from v0.53

    posted by Gopher Mod News
    Nexus Mod Manager 0.60 is now available in alpha, but it does things a little differently and the update process is more involved. In this video I show you how I updated to 0.60 using Fallout: New Vegas as a test dummy, and I show you how to restore a backup of 0.53 if you need to.



    The basic principals should be the same for games such as Fallout 3 and Skyrim.

    You can download Nexus Mod Manager 0.60 Alpha here. ...(continue reading the full article)
  • added 3 months ago

    Latest site updates

    posted by Dark0ne Site News
    We've made lots of updates to the sites recently. Because quite a few of the changes we make these days are subtle, rather than obvious, here's a run-down.


    Notifications

    This is the least subtle of the changes we've made recently. We've completely revamped the notifications system on the sites to be much more powerful and useful, especially for mod authors. Notifications are still located in the top bar of the site. If you have notifications you will see a globe symbol with a number next to it which indicates how many new notifications you have.

    The new notification system follows a similar style ...(continue reading the full article)
  • added 3 months ago

    NMM 0.60 Alpha release with profiling, ready for testing

    posted by Dark0ne Site News
    It's been a year in the making but we're finally ready to release what we think will be our final build for the next major step in NMM functionality, profiling. The download link for this build is at the bottom of this article, however, before you rush off, I highly recommend you read this article as it contains important information about this version of NMM.


    What is profiling?

    Profiling is the ability to create and switch between multiple different mod setups within NMM to facilitate different playthroughs of your game. One profile might be for your axe wielding Nord with mods specific to that ...(continue reading the full article)
  • added 3 months ago

    NMM 0.53 release and fixes

    posted by Dark0ne Site News
    We released NMM version 0.53.0 at the beginning of the week which includes a new mod activation queue window. The idea is to allow you to queue up multiple installations or uninstallations of your mods as well as not locking out the other functions of NMM while your mod actions are being processed.

    This update also enables you to select multiple mods and decide whether to install them or uninstall them, potentially saving a lot of clicking if you're doing a fresh install of hundreds of mods. Where before you would have to select each mod individually and either double-click it or press the acti ...(continue reading the full article)
  • added 3 months ago

    The Nexus State of the Union - 2015

    posted by Dark0ne Site News
    As far as I'm concerned I'm dubbing 2014 "The Year of Stability and Sleep" for the Nexus. The first year where we finally grappled with and beat the recurring downtime issues that have plagued the site ever since its inception back in 2001, and, once we finally stabilised our new cloud and cluster setup around about the middle of the year, myself and the staff have had practically 5 months of uninterrupted sleep. No more text messages or phone calls at 3am telling us the sites are down again. That, in itself, makes 2014 a success for me.

    Indeed, the sites have been so stable that it enabled me ...(continue reading the full article)
  • added 6 months ago

    Slow download speeds? Please use our Download Speed Diagnoser

    posted by Dark0ne Site News
    Back in August we moved to a new CDN server setup for serving our downloads. For many, download speeds have stayed the same or improved with this move but for some, download speeds have gotten worse.

    We're continuing to work on the download setup within the CDN as we continue to learn all the little intricacies involved in such a complex setup but we're struggling to troubleshoot a lot of people's download speed issues, a lot of the time, because we're not getting the right sort of feedback. For example, simply saying "I'm getting bad download speeds" isn't useful at all for us!

    As such, we've c ...(continue reading the full article)