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This is a patch that reworks Kryptopyr's Weapons and Armor Fixes and Clothing and Clutter Fixes to better suit Requiem's balance, and includes integrated Reqtified versions of True Orcish and Daedric Weapons and Faster Arrows. USKP/CCO fixes/keywords applied.

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This patch requires Dawnguard, Hearthfire and Dragonborn, as well as all other files mentioned in the requirements section.
Have suggestions/complaints/critique? We've got a forum for that! This is a work in progress and I'm definitely open to community input so long as it keeps with the spirit of Requiem.

Next on my list, and long overdue to have its own page. Let's talk about fixes. Let's talk about the most awesome set of fixes since the USKP; Weapons and Armor Fixes Remade, and Clothing and Clutter Fixes, and from a single author, no less (sorry rollo). These are two quite essential fix mods I really wouldn't play without, but unfortunately.. The fixes therein don't always play nice with Requiem. That's where this patch comes in.

Formerly known as Requiem - True Weapons, this is a combination patch for Weapons and Armor Fixes Remade and Clothing and Clutter Fixes, to properly Reqtify the changes made. As noted above, it's a work in progress; this initial release doesn't contain the complete Reqtification of Kryptopyr's changes that I'd originally wanted it to, but this will change with time.

Despite its WIP status, Kryptopyr's Fixes Reqtified does do exactly what it advertises; offers an all-in-one Requiem patch for two of the best Skyrim "fixpack" mods on the Nexus, and includes fixes/keywords provided by the USKP and Kryptopyr's own Complete Crafting Overhaul Remade.



Use the basic installation guide if you don't/won't use the recommended mods! Scroll down for the extended version. Whether or not you want the
rest, there is one mod I advise using for both install types; Complete Crafting Overhaul Remade, as it provides great changes to smithing, and is by the same (awesome) author.

The bare necessities.
(If you are SURE that you already have all of the requirements installed, you may skip to step 5.)

  1. Install the Unofficial Skyrim Legendary Edition Patch.
  2. Install Weapons and Armor Fixes Remade - Complete Plus.
  3. Install Clothing and Clutter Fixes.
  4. Install Requiem - The Roleplaying Overhaul.
  5. Install KFR (this patch).

Want to fix more than just items? Use this extended installation guide if you will/do use the recommended mods!
(Read the installation instructions very, VERY carefully. If you are SURE that you already have all of the recommended files installed, you may skip to step 28.)
  1. Install the Unofficial Skyrim Legendary Edition Patch.
  2. Install Run For Your Lives.
  3. Install When Vampires Attack.
  4. Install Weapons & Armor Fixes Remade - Complete Plus.
  5. Install Clothing and Clutter Fixes.
  6. Install Complete Crafting Overhaul Remade.
  7. Install Wet and Cold.
  8. Install Wet and Cold - Ashes.
  9. Install Wet and Cold - Holidays.
  10. Install Loot and Degradation.
  11. Install Cloaks of Skyrim and Cloaks - Dawnguard. (Disable Cloaks-Dawnguard.esp.)
  12. Install Winter is Coming - Cloaks. (You do not need the Cloaks-WIC patch.)
  13. Install Realistic Ragdolls and Force.
  14. Install Requiem - The Roleplaying Overhaul. (Do not overwrite the CCOR "mineorescript.pex". Delete or rename Requiem's version if necessary.)
  15. Install Requiem - Hearthfire.
  16. Install NRM - Dragonborn Reqtified.
  17. Install Enchantment Reload Fix.
  18. Install Immersive First Person View. [SEE MCM SECTION BELOW.]
  19. Install Immersive Animations.
  20. Install KFR (this patch).
  21. Install COR - Crafting Overhaul Reqtified.
  22. Install CFR - Cloaks For Requiem (unless using COR).
[The above mods are not explicitly required to use KFR, i.e., you don't need all of them. You can be selective.]

For best results, don't use a Bashed patch with this patch. However, if you absolutely must make a Bashed patch, make sure to uncheck the 'Import Names' and 'Import Stats' boxes, and definitely use the TES5Edit Script: Unlevel (or Re-Level) Leveled List by fireundubh to keep leveledlists unleveled; you will likely have to edit these leveled lists manually with TES5Edit to remove items of certain qualities (glass and ebony items aren't common in leveled lists, and daedric items are absent entirely) in accordance with Requiem. This is why I suggest instead using a properly-designed patch for Requiem.

Suggested MCM settings for related mods.
  • Wet and Cold:
    • Rain Blind - Full
    • Blizzard Blind - Full
    • Enable Strong Winds.
    • Enable Rain Gear.
    • Enable Go Home.
    • Enable Cold Gear.
    • Enable Survival Gear.
  • Immersive First Person View
    • You will have to invest a little extra time to configure this mod. Eventually I hope to have a fully-configured preset suitable for posting here, but I lost my saved settings some time ago.
    • I find that field of view (FOV) should generally be set to 80 on most, if not all profiles.
    • I also usually move the camera to about forward position 30 on each profile: My basic rule is.. Far enough that I can't see my face.. Close enough that distance doesn't look distorted.
    • Sometime soon I'll probably throw a basic load order together and set up my profiles again, just to be able to provide settings for the benefit of my users. I used to play with Requiem, IFPV and iHUD; there's something about hitting a target with a longbow from a hundred paces without a crosshair or autoaim to assist you.
  • Animations
    • Disable camera movement on any (or all) animations if it causes issues or looks awkward.

This patch does integrate True Orcish and Daedric Weapons as found in Weapons and Armor Fixes Remade. This doesn't mean, of course, that it patches other mods (like Immersive Weapons) for True Weapons; they will still require their own patches, which I highly recommend getting for the sake of consistency (and because it all just makes more sense that way). You do not need the "CCO_WAFTrueWeapons_Patch" plugin, however.

Use LOOT, then move Requiem and everything Requiem-related to the bottom of your load order. Load my patches last.

For reference, here are the related load orders. The masters themselves are sorted by LOOT. My personal load order is provided for the extended installation. If you're experiencing CTDs, you're missing one of the master files listed in the basic load order below, most likely.

  • Skyrim.esm
  • Update.esm
  • Dawnguard.esm
  • Hearthfires.esm
  • Dragonborn.esm
  • Unofficial Skyrim Legendary Edition Patch.esp
  • Weapons & Armor Fixes_Remade.esp
  • Clothing & Clutter Fixes.esp
  • Requiem.esp
  • KFR-Kryptopyr'sFixesReqtified.esp

  • Skyrim.esm
  • Update.esm
  • Dawnguard.esm
  • Hearthfires.esm
  • Dragonborn.esm
  • Unofficial Skyrim Legendary Edition Patch.esp
  • Run For Your Lives.esp
  • When Vampires Attack.esp
  • Weapons & Armor Fixes_Remade.esp
  • Clothing & Clutter Fixes.esp
  • Complete Crafting Overhaul_Remade.esp
  • LootandDegradation.esp
  • Cloaks.esp
  • 1nivWICCloaks.esp
  • dD - Realistic Ragdoll Force - Realistic.esp
  • ImmersiveFP.esp
  • Requiem.esp
  • Requiem - Hearthfire.esp
  • NRM_Dragonborn_Reqtified.esp
  • Animations.esp
  • KFR-Kryptopyr'sFixesReqtified.esp
  • COR-CraftingOverhaulReqtified.esp
  • CFR-CloaksForRequiem.esp (unless using COR)

The following patches are resolved (and made unnecessary) by this patch (so don't load them!):
  • Requiem - WAF+Clothing and Clutter Fixes Patch.esp
  • Requiem - WAF+CCF+TrueWeapons Patch.esp
  • Weapons & Armor_TrueOrcishWeapons.esp
  • Weapons & Armor_TrueDaedricWeapons.esp
  • Weapons & Armor_TrueOrcish&DaedricWeapons.esp
  • Weapons & Armor_TrueWeaponsLvlLists.esp
  • Weapons & Armor_DragonPriestMasks.esp
  • Weapons & Armor_FasterArrows.esp
Make sure they aren't active in your load order.
Please note, again, that the original mods are the property of their respective authors and this is only a patch. You do require the listed files and my patch does not contain all the contents of any of the originals.

Should be compatible with most anything (since we're just talking fixes here), but for the sake of preserving the edits made, I highly recommend loading it well after anything else that edits item stats.

All of the original works are required and listed as masters. I did not make any of them, so all credit goes to the original authors. I'd like to thank the following people for creating these (absolutely amazing) things for me to incorporate. Without them, none of this would be possible.

The Unofficial Patch Project Team for USLEEP
kryptopyr for WAFR, CCF and CCOR
Xarrian and Ogerboss for Requiem - The Roleplaying Overhaul
FordPerfect for Faster Arrows
Last, but definitely not least, Azirok for the original WAF+CCF patch he provided me, Hard Times and all his other amazing Requiem patches.

A note: If a mod is listed in the credits but not the requirements, it means certain changes were carried over for consistency/balance (or various fixes in the cases of USLEEP, CCF and WAF, for the purpose of compatibility).

A thank you as well to the modders mentioned above for creating the awesome recommended mods in the "Extended install" for KFR, and to Vallen128 for the banner (I just tweaked it a bit).

Thanks for checking out my Requiem 'fix patch', so to speak. If you like KFR and decide to endorse it, you should probably endorse the original mods too (it might seem a little silly not to). Also, if you enjoy a survival playthrough, feel free to check out my Requiem Survival Experience. On another note entirely, if you're a fan of complex weathers and ambient sounds, I might suggest checking out my Weather and Ambience Overhaul. Finally, while you're here, these are some (mostly) unrelated mods I would definitely recommend.

Epic Gameplay Overhaul by Apollodown
aMidianBorn Book of Silence by Cabal, EmeraldReign and the AMB team
Enchanted Arsenal by egocarib
Equipping Overhaul (v3.13) by DragonDude1029
Realistic Boat Bobbing by Gandaganza