Vampire Armor Retextures by Faelrin
Skyrim » Armour
Added: 12/08/2012 - 11:17AM
Updated: 24/04/2015 - 09:11PM

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Uploaded by Faelrin


Last updated at 21:11, 24 Apr 2015 Uploaded at 11:17, 12 Aug 2012

Dawnguard and patch

Original Description:
Just retextures the royal, red and black vampire armors as well as the gauntlets, boots, and hood to a darker black, and a more saturated red. Male and female. I did not touch the grey armors or Valerica's. I did this for myself mainly since I thought the default armors were a little too dingy for my character. I wanted something a bit more colored. Requires Dawnguard. Probably my last retexture set for this dlc. I did this the day it came out, but I finally decided to just go and upload it now. Might not be to everyone's tastes, but I hope someone else enjoys it.

For the Standalone Version: 
There is also a craftable and temperable standalone version of my vampire armor retextures. All are found under the leather category, and have retained the stats of the original vampire armors. Only the new royal vampire armor does not keep the enchantment the original had. It is free to enchant with anything you would wish. 

For the Retexture Version:
This just retextures the royal, red, and black vampire armors, as well as the boots, hood, and gloves.

Update 1.2:
Generated mipmaps for the textures. Added author information, and a description to the esp. Textures also compressed with DDSopt, except the boots, hood, and gloves. Fixed an issue with the black hood showing up as the red hood when worn.

Update 1.1: 
Added new red hood, and darkened the armor textures a bit.

To install:
For the Standalone Version:
Drag the esp, meshes, and textures folder into the data folder.

For the Retexture Version:
Drag the textures folder into the data folder.

To Uninstall:
For the Standalone Version:
Delete the standalone folder inside the textures/dlc01/clothes/vampire folder, and the standalone folder inside the meshes/dlc01/clothes/vampire folder.

For the Retexture Version:
Delete the folder vampire inside the textures/dlc01/clothes folder. 

If you want to use this file or files as a resource then here is a couple of simple rules to follow before you use them in your mods (yes you can redistribute the assets as necessary):
-Remember to credit me. 
-Do not re-upload this entire resource as is too another site. 
-Absolutely under no circumstances shall you use this in a mod that will be sold on Steam Workshop or any other site. 
-Do not re-upload the original plugin included (even if you alter them). Please make your own or learn how too. 

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