SKYRIM
Make Haste by MilletGtR
Skyrim » Gameplay Effects and Changes
Added: 20/04/2014 - 11:36AM
Updated: 31/07/2015 - 12:09AM

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Last updated at 0:09, 31 Jul 2015 Uploaded at 11:36, 20 Apr 2014

Now added with 3 different versions: 1%, 0.5% and 0.25% increase.

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Speed is often indicative of power. I have always missed the feature of increased speed as the levels increase in Skyrim. Thus, the higher level, the faster your character will become with this mod!




This mod will grant you an increase in movement speed upon level-up, making you faster and faster as you progress through the levels. There are three options: 1%, 0.5% and 0.25% speed increase upon level-up. If you are a high level character, you might want to choose 0.25%, as the speed might become too much.

This will also work retroactively, meaning that if you have already leveled up a bunch, you will get the corresponding speed, as if you had installed the mod from level 1.




Should be compatible with everything, since all the mod does is adding 0.25 0.5 or 1.0 points to the speedmultiplier function upon level-up, no matter what your current speedmultiplier already is.

Known compatibilities:
Apocalypse Spell Package, and its concentrative speed buff spell "Amalexia's grace".
Fortify speed enchant - Boots of Nimble Speed
Requiem (This mod doesn't change the speed per se, but has a ton of changes to the game-play).




I highly recommend installing this mod with the Nexus Mod Manager (NMM). Installation and uninstallation is far simpler with NMM. Load order will probably not be an issue, but just in case, use the BOSS masterlist.

Manual (not recommended):

Extract "Make Haste.esp" into the Skyrim/data folder. Also extract all Scripts to Skyrim/data/scripts. Don't forget to activate the mod in the Skyrim pre-launcher, under "Data Files".




There are no current known/reported bugs or issues with this mod!

To do list


1. Add an uninstall button with MCM, to allow people to revert the effects the mod has, before removing the mod.



If you wish to return your speed multiplier to normal, simply write this command in the console after uninstalling (works for both automatic and manual uninstallation):

player.setav speedmult # Where the # = Your desired value (Standard is 100). (This will simply set the speed multiplier to your applied value).

Automatic uninstallation:
If you installed via NMM, simply uncheck the mod from there.

Manual uninstallation:

Remove Make Haste.esp from the Skyrim/data folder. Remove all the scripts that are included in the Make Haste.rar file under Skyrim/data/scripts.



v1.0: Initial release of 1%, 0.5% and 0.25% versions



Thank you for using my mod, and don't forget to check out my other mods down below!