Last updated at 9:08, 27 Oct 2015 Uploaded at 8:13, 26 Jul 2012
These are standalone, non-replacer, armors inspired by the D3 Demon Hunter armors. They are unenchanted sets consisting of a main armor, gauntlets, hood, and boots, and can be crafted at any forge (Ebony Smithing Perk required). The standard armor is a mashup of Ebony Armor and the Dark Brotherhood Shrouded Armor, with retexture. The Dawnguard Edition is a mashup of the same, but with the top from one of the vampire robes.
Both Male and Female armors included, Light and Heavy variants.
Dawnguard Edition has only the Light variant.
Smithing and Armor Variants
Light Armor: Hunt Marksman (At forge under Misc); Hunter Vampire (Misc, Dawnguard DLC Required)
Heavy Armor: Hunt Vanguard (At forge under Ebony)
As always, I also modified the CBBE v3 body somewhat. For those familiar with my work, this armor uses the same body mesh changes as my previous mods.
Standard Dread Huntress
Since so much of the body is covered, CBBE is not necessary for this to work (Though if used with another body type, your character's body will look different wearing this armor)
CBBE compatible texture is required for this to work properly.
1. Colors Variations
2. Argonian/Khajit Support
3. Female version with elements from newer male version
4. Other body type support (maybe...)
Given the feedback for the male version, there is no planned male version of the Dawnguard armor. There is another female vampire clothing mesh, which I may use to make a variant.
Please check out my Savior's Hide and Ancient Nord Armor replacers, Falmer Darkseeker Armor, Field Mage Outfit, and Thieves Guild Duelist Armor
- Caliente's Female Body Mod
- CBBE v3 Compatible Texture (I use Navetsea's)
- Open the archive
- Copy "Dread Huntress Armor.esp" to Steam\steamapps\common\skyrim\Data
- Copy the Meshes folder to the Meshes folder in Steam\steamapps\common\skyrim\Data
- Copy the Textures folder to the Textures folder in Steam\steamapps\common\skyrim\Data
- Select "Yes" when prompted
- some clipping issues, with the hood and pauldrons.
Caliente - CBBE is an incredible work of art and I very much appreciate Caliente's dedication and generosity to the Skyrim community.
Bethesda - Creating a great game and encouraging us to add something of our own to it.
To CherryHotaling for an excellent and thorough 3DS Max and Nifskope tutorial on armor conversions.
MxR for featuring my mods on Skyrim Mods Weekly.
Saiodin for featuring my mods on Skyrim Mods Series.
And Everyone who tried out my previous mods, especially those who gave feedback, suggestions, and endorsed.