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A combat triggered Animated Helmet, with the face shield dynamically dropping when you enter combat and raising when you leave..

Come on, You know you wanted that Animated Welding Helmet!

This is a small part of an upcoming larger mod being spun off from RaiderOverhaul...

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Some of the RaiderOverhaul team have been plugging away at new content for the last year, and this month we realized the scope of what we had built goes way beyond just Raiders and are spinning the bulk of it off into it's own Mod...

This mod is literally an Animated Welding helmet...
It automatically opens and closes when you draw / holster your weapon.

No Scripts, no F4SE, no nonsense...
100% Kosher, USDA Approved, All American modding.

This is one very small part of the larger mod, we've been encouraged to release early, depending on demand we might have some other things we'd be willing to release before the larger package is ready.

Why are we breaking part of our years worth of work off RO?
Well the total unfinished mod is larger than a couple DLC's combined, so, well, it got out of hand.

Downside of doing that is it's delaying us a bit, but the up side is we will have something stand alone and dependent only on Armorkeywords providing hundreds of thousands of options to mod your armors and weapons.

This does not have any mods as a dependency, but would need to be lower than any other mods that touch the Welding Helmet.
Armorkeywords and Armor Smith versions will be available in the FMOD.

None really, just one small annoying problem we are working on for the "Larger Project"

This Mod is adding the Animation into the ArmorAddon, and it turns out Material swaps can only go "One Layer" deep.
This means If you have a replacement texture it will work fine, but if you are doing a material swap via OMOD (Color swap option in Armorkeywords etc) it won't be able to target the mask.

Little bit of an inside joke, mainly because I keep putting off the publishing of the next version of RaiderOverhaul, SMR etc....
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