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Starks Shield by zajkoajko
Skyrim » Armour
Added: 12/07/2014 - 02:35PM
Updated: 27/07/2014 - 02:50AM

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Last updated at 2:50, 27 Jul 2014 Uploaded at 14:35, 12 Jul 2014









================================================== Changelog V1.2 =======================================================

Version 1.2

- now in proper position (meshes was rotated 180° :( in NifSkope ) Sorry guys i didn't saw it before.
- better texture for handle
- balanced lightning and saturation between textures (looks much better now in my opinion)


=================================================== Description ==========================================================


This mod adds a shield from TV series Game of Thrones. Used by clan named Starks.
I decide to do this shield simply because i like GOT and everything about it and because i like using shields in Skyrim.

It is not OP at all. You can craft it under studded category because i am sure that your steel category is allready overloaded same as mine :)

I did this model from scratch but main texture i obviously found on internet.
It is my first model to skyrim and i believe it is ok but i would like to speak with somebody with more texturing experiences to look on handle on this shield. (it is my first model so handle texture looks a bit . . .wierd)

In GOT it looks more like iron shield but i understand that there is not many players using iron weapons or armors for most of their playing time (steel smithing is unlocked once you get smithing skill to 20 so . . .)
And that is the reason why i decide to do this as a steel shield. (with dwarven shield cubemaps)
Backside is more iron (there is no usefull backside texture of this shield on internet) but that is all fine because to craft this shield you will need 1 iron ingot anyway. Together with 3 steel ingots and leather strips. (same crafting requirements as steel shield).


Big thanks to LeckerHamster for his tutorials on Youtube.