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Zarawether - Down from the temple

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  1. tepeloalnefor
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    Very nice set, plenty of cool details.
    1. Excellentium
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      So much to see!!! I could probably do sets forever from Ark all alone. There will be more too once I get here with other characters and then I'll try different LUT's too to get a more varied experience.

      Thanks a lot, Tepe!
  2. skywolle
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    Beautiful set, with nice pictures, well done, Rick.
     
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    1. Excellentium
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      Ark is just such a fantastic city! It truly makes me quite upset about the tiny capital called Solitude in Skyrim. THIS is how a great city should look in size, imagination and design. I could live there for real...
  3. SomewhatWindy
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    I picked up on the fact that Zarawether reached Ark in your previous uploads,..
    It's great to see your view of the city, wich is cool to me
    Loving the detailed pics of clutter and other remarkable points of interest around town.
    It's definately a place where you can dwell for a sustained period of time.
    I've been distracted by a new found motivation to mod Fallout NV , so that's what I've been doing past week.
    Downloading and modding it. Enderal is still present though and I'll return to it for sure in a couple of days. It's just nice to have some variation going on.
    It's the first time for me in a very long time that I have nothing form Skyrim installed. Not L.E and also not S.E
    1. Excellentium
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      Well, I just posted a long reply on my latest upload in regards of Ark, so no need to repeat myself other than it's a truly remarkable location...

      It's also perfectly understandable if you relate to other games for a while. I also have Fallout: New Vegas, but just as with Fallout 3, I never really fully explored them. Dragon Age: Origins came at the time when I bought these FO games and DAO got me more hooked. I also think it's good with a break from Skyrim. It's such a massive game and it will always be a part of my gaming, but during my December pause I realised I'm missing out on a lot of other games. I did a check back then and found out I've got more than 200+ games in my backlog, so I also try to play something else on the side. At the moment I'm doing Assassin's Creed: Black Flag in an attempt to catch up on AC: Origins and Odessey (I have them both too), although there's a long way to go because I have every AC title and so far I've only completed AC 1-3. I'm also playing more "graphically simple, yet complex" games like Battle Brothers, Darkest Dungeon, Crusader Kings II and of course the variety of RPG's like Baldur's Gate 1-2. Not much modding there though, nor any screenshots, but that's kind of nice... just playing the games...

      I'm lousy at checking up on people I follow if they play other games than the ones I'm playing at the moment though, so forgive me if I don't show up in Fallout: NV image share. I'm trying to keep my time here on Nexus to a limit and with me doing so many uploads from Enderal (or Skyrim), hours seems to pass by too quickly as it is.
  4. Klaxoid
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    Gorgeous!

    I recently started playing with the CK and I have a newfound respect for clutter. The Enderal team did a bang up job (I think it's the thing I like the most about your Enderal sets, the neat placement of objects and the way you frame them)

    Also, black-white-red for the win
    1. Excellentium
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      Hey Will!

      I totally get what you mean. The level design and the amount of clutter in this game is what makes it so very much alive. It gives the feeling of history to the land. I'm having bad luck whenever I try the CK - would love to create simple dungeons and such - but I actually once did a bit of landscaping in the tool set that came with the old game "Neverwinter Nights". It was very easy to use though, but you could still spend a great deal of time just adding stuff to the different areas. I often ended up doing so which is why I truly love the world of Enderal. You can see the devotion all around you, feel the atmosphere, even hear it sometimes...

      Vamp is a gorgeous LUT. I often use it as you do with your black-and-white/red setup for your demonic girl when I play my Skyrim vampires. There are no vampires in Enderal though - Dawnguard is not supported - but I'll make sure to come back to the Vamp LUT in the future. It's a lovely colour setup!

      Many thanks, my friend!
  5. Davidjedi
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    I really should try Enderal...this game is really gorgeous, especially through your captures. Amazing shots Rick
    1. Excellentium
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      Yes, you really should...

      It's all free for download on Steam and all you need is a copy of Skyrim LE installed. Enderal comes with it's own launcher though, so you can play Skyrim aside it as they don't use the same folders. No real need to go in deeply into modding this game either. It will amaze you regardless of the lower texture quality (compared to our modded Skyrim). The world design is just breathtaking as it is with so many hidden secrets, treasures and small sidequests to do. I've just barely made it to Ark - the capital seen in this set - and that's really just the beginning of the main quest. The last time I played Enderal (during the first release which is no longer compatible with the Steam version), I made it just outside Ark again after a visit there, so I'm pretty soon to catch up in my old tracks. From there then... Oh man, I can wait to explore this further and beyond! I've seen remarkable regions and locations in other screenshots, so if I haven't lured you in yet, I'm pretty sure I will...

      RaceMeny works and so does body skeletons, meshes and textures of your liking. Character cosmetics as hairs, eyes, bodypaints, etc is a go too. SKSE and SkyUI are already in the Enderal file system. That's pretty much it, if you just want to start and try it. I'm using a lot of added armors/weapons, but it's not necessary at all. I do it because of my many characters, to give them a more unique a fitting look. Some armors won't work for two of the Enderal races though unless you use a patcher program, but the other two - basically Bretons and High elves - work with everything.

      Feel free to ask me if you run into any troubles... that is if you decide to give it a go of course...