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Hearthfire Fortified Heljarchen Hall by Greg147
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Added: 19/06/2013 - 06:30PM
Updated: 24/07/2014 - 10:54AM

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Last updated at 10:54, 24 Jul 2014 Uploaded at 18:30, 19 Jun 2013

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Hearthfire Fortified: Heljarchen Hall
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By Greg147
June 2013

1. Description
2. Requirements
3. Installing the plug-in
4. Playing the plug-in
5. Save games
6. Conflicts/Known Errors
7. Credits/Permissions received
8. Contact and Information
9. Legal Stuff/Disclaimer
10. Anything else

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1. DESCRIPTION
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Hearthfire Fortified is a mod series that aims to give the Hearthfire homes some well needed protection whilst maintaining lore and realism. This .esp focuses on Heljarchen Hall. The walls have been inspired by those of Whiterun, as in such barren lands, a strong defense is required. While not as well protected as some of the forts in the area, Heljarchen Hall now has the means to fend off anything from petty thieves to a bandit assault.

- A perimeter wall has been added, complete with a main gatehouse and three towers as well as scaffold walkways.
- Four guards will now man these towers.
- Two archery ranges have been added, one inside the walls and one outside.
- General clutter makes the property feel more used. Crates, barrels and carts give the impression of being able to survive a lengthy amount of time under siege.
- A well has also been added to simulate the basic needs of a position under said siege.
- A paved road now leads up to the fort, making it feel more connected to the outside world.

NEW: Heljarchen Hall Light

As of version 1.1, there is now a light version of the fortifications. Installing this one will replace the stone walls with wooden stockades, as well as alter some of the features of the grounds.


This mod simply adds the fortifications; you do not need to build them yourselves. Therefore, it is advised to build most of the exterior of your home before installing the mod.


This mod simply adds the fortifications; you do not need to build them yourselves. Therefore, it is advised to build most of the exterior of your home before installing the mod.

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2. Requirements
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Requires the Hearthfire DLC.

RECOMENDED MODS:
This plugin is compatible with any guard mods I have tried, so any of those are recomended. I personally use this one:


Guards on Your home -hearthfire- by Abram1
http://skyrim.nexusmods.com/mods/25140/?tab=1&navtag=%2Fajax%2Fmoddescription%2F%3Fid%3D25140%26preview%3D&pUp=1

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3. INSTALLING THE PLUGIN
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Extract the HeartfireFortifiedHeljarchenHall.esp OR the HeartfireFortifiedHeljarchenHallLight.esp file to your 'Skyrim/Data'
folder.

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4. PLAYING THE PLUGIN
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From the Skyrim Launcher, select Data Files and check the box next to the your chosen version (HeartfireFortifiedHeljarchenHall.esp
or HeartfireFortifiedHeljarchenHall.esp)

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5. SAVE GAMES
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This mod should be save game compatible.

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6. CONFLICTS / KNOWN ERRORS
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This mod will conflict with any others that alter the surroundings of Heljarchen Hall.

During testing there were some errors involving navmeshes (things like mammouths heads appearing through the walls). As far as I know, these have been fixed, but are difficult to test. If anyone finds any, please let me know.

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7. CREDITS / PERMISSIONS RECEIVED
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Bethesda - Skyrim, DLC and Creation Kit.

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8. CONTACT AND INFORMATION
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Contact can be made through the Skyrim Nexus. My username is Greg147

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9. LEGAL STUFF/ DISCLAIMER
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Please ask permission it you would like to edit or re-release this mod. I'll probably say yes, but it's nice to know where it's going.


I hold no responsibility for any damages this mod may cause.