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Berserk Golden Age Arc Sword by Phate3
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Added: 15/12/2011 - 06:13PM
Updated: 17/12/2011 - 09:09PM

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Last updated at 21:09, 17 Dec 2011 Uploaded at 18:13, 15 Dec 2011



Guts Golden Age Sword


>>WHAT DOES IT DO:
It adds the sword used in the Golden Age Arc of the manga.
Sword can be purchased from Eorlund, or it can be crafted with 10 steel ingots and 2 leather strips (it's found in the steel category). Can be improved at the grindstones and enchanted, the base damage is the same as the Skyforge steel greatsword.

Also, check out my other Berserk's mods:
Dragonslayer: http://www.skyrimnexus.com/downloads/file.php?id=3143
Guts Knife: http://www.skyrimnexus.com/downloads/file.php?id=3804

>>CHANGELOG:
- VER 1.0
initial release
- VER 1.1
Added axes animations version, sword is still recognized as a sword, so the associated perks still works. Increased handle length!
- VER 1.1a
Added a shorter handle for axes animations in optional files. This decrease the handle's length a bit, so the hand rests on the pommel.

>>INSTALLATION:
Drop the Data folder in your Skyrim directory, then open the Skyrim launcher and click "Data
files". Be sure that the Golden_Age_Arc_Sword.esp is checked, then activate "load loose files".

>>LICENSING\LEGAL:
Model and textures were made entirely by me, and i declare this mod as a modder resource, so you can edit whatever you want, port to whatever game you want, make retextures, whatever. I only ask 2 things in return:
- You credit me in your work
- you send me a PM/email with the link to your mod, i like to see other people mods :).

>>CREDITS:
Thanks to Jaysus for the tutorial.
Thanks to Ghogiel for the continuous support.
Thanks to Waaaghbafet for some tips on the STAT values.
Thanks to somuchmonsters for the blood effects video tutorial.
Thanks to Samutz in the Bethesda's forum for the smithing tutorial.
Thanks to Eferas for the brainstorming and the betatesting.
And thanks to everyone in the Nexus forum.