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  1. Hatchiko
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    Real Viking helmets didn't have horns.
  2. TRULLE90
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    does it works on argonians and orcs too?
  3. ElwoodCityDestroyer
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    cause of the horns?
    1. Arthurtmd
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      YES
  4. Silver7761
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    Just the Helm of Yngol.. :L
    1. madwolf555
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      ... Okay... I've explained 3 times (Once in the description, twice in comment replies) "It uses the 3d model of the Helm of Yngol". Why people insist on repeating the same information yet not getting into "Oh! The Helm of Yngol is still in the game, this is a new item that just uses the same model!" over and over again is beyond me.

      If all people care about is new 3d models don't look for my work, I do not know jack about making 3d models so I highly doubt I will actually make any!
  5. ctankep83
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    Vikings didn't have horns on their helmets, just so you know. Hope you will work on this further and make it a true norse helmet thou!
    1. Restutitor Orbis
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      @madwolf555
      ctankep83 is correct: there are no archaeological remains of a horned viking helmet. Horned helmets were more characteristics of the Celts than the Norse. Perhaps you can remove the horns on the Yngol's helm to make it more authentic?
    2. Gruberix
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      I personally don´t care and I think horns look badass and fit Vikings perfectly.
      Thanks for this mod!
    3. madwolf555
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      I didn't say they did, I said "... It uses the 3d model of the Helm of Yngol which I really liked and FELT like something straight outta Viking lore." Meaning, it seemed (At least to me) like something from a tale the Vikings would've told or tales told of the Vikings. I know the reality of what my ancestors wore were simpler than folklore leads on, but legends and lore are often more awesome than reality. I called it "Viking Helmet" because quite frankly, the Vikings were fierce, strong, warriors and the style of this helmet fits their attitude and thirst for glorious battle.

      I may rename it but really I see such an effort on a quick add-on as trivial. If it is such a problem, simply open up Skyrim Creation Kit and change it to your own individual tastes. Which is probably the best solution because if I renamed it some one else is gonna come up and tell me "You did it wrong! I don't like what you called your add-on."


      P.S. In case you were wondering, no I'm not trying to seem defensive or be argumentative. I'm merely explaining what I chose to create. I'm actually one of those guys that feels "If you don't like it, simply don't play it."
  6. godemode
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    You've just renamed Yngols Helmet -.-
    1. madwolf555
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      I didn't JUST rename Yngol's helmet, I created a new object that uses the same 3d model as the Helm of Yngol (As mentioned in the description) which has different stats, is able to be tempered (Unlike the Helm of Yngol), and the only actual change I made to the Helm of Yngol is I made it worth more gold as it's a Skyrim treasure (Which was also mentioned in the description).
  7. Dilpickle3899
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    GLORIOUS BROTHER!
    WE WILL MEET IN VALHALLA!
  8. Ridoms
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    Robbaz would like this