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  1. JRICH604
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    Please Read Description fully before use
  2. RawrzHD
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    Imo the best, fastest, comfiest and sexiest way to get rid of Dawnguard goblins.
  3. Daunlouded
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    I don't want to sound thick or something but I think the B-package description is incorrect.
    First it says "Vampires went to the VFR clinic & will no longer have sunken anything" and then it says right after that "This does not include sunken fix". Or did I miss something? Care to elaborate?
  4. ArkanoCD
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    Hi, thank you JRICH604 for your mod, I've been using it since a few days, and it looks great, however I have questions: which are exactly the differences between the versions of CVO A, B, and C? The descriptions of the versions are not clear enough for me.

    I suppose that CVO A (“Sunken Radioactive Loremongering Edition”) keeps the sunken look, and I decompressed the .BSA and it seems that version A doesn’t have new eyes, but otherwise I don’t understand the difference, specially between versions B and C.

    So if you or someone else could clarify the differences I'd appreciate it.

    P.S.
    I'm not a native English speaker.
    1. JRICH604
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      In DESC read General Changes: This lists changes that all versions have. The differences between them is covered in Versions:when in doubt just use the Daily Special
    2. ArkanoCD
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      Ah I see, thanks!
  5. JRICH604
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    Not surprising that the main feedback I am getting from the new version is with the eyes. For the main file if users want to switch out the eyes to literally any other or the reverse to remove them to use the included they can easily and safely do this by following the directions for eyes listed in DESC

    However for the few users who actually like the included but wished to customize them they had to safely extract BSA outside game and then make changes and move the 2 eye textures back in as loose files to do this. Not simple or safe if they mistakenly extract in place

    As I want this to be as safe and easy to use in your game as I can possibly make it I have created a simple fomod installer which will allow you to do this without the need to extract this and make these changes yourself. Tested and works for both NMM and MO. Want all blue eyes? all red? or still want them both but wish to have different color for your player? then use the new eye customizer in optional files
  6. dyedreal2
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    Hi,
    Does this work with mod organizer?
    1. JRICH604
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      Yes as long as you do not allow it to manage archives
  7. Railyn27
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    I followed the installation instructions closely and my character looks the same.... any ideas?
    1. JRICH604
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      What do you mean by "looks the same" what is not changing that you want to changed? What race/sex is your PC? Also Nexus is saying you did not DL any of the files here?
    2. Railyn27
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      “Looks the same” as in doesn’t look human like you explained on the page. He still has the sunken face and the line in the middle of the face. My character is a male nord with Total Character Makeover + Tempered Skins for Males.

      And the file I downloaded from here was version B.
    3. JRICH604
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      Total Character Makeover for this version of game is not compatible with this at all and will break it. The only way you could use it is if you removed all the facegen it comes with although you should note that even if you do that it will place its own fangs and eyes as loose which will override these. You may or may not want that to happen.

      As for Tempered I did not know they were backward compatible but I have used them for males on SE and they are very good. The author chose to include modified male vampire face textures which are close to vanilla which is fine for users who want that but in your case if you dont then go back and follow the directions listed here in DESC under "How to use CVO correctly" once you do that then that will solve part of your problem.

      As for your sunken face this mod does not cover that as if I did it would limit the compatibility. My latest mod Vampire Facial Reclamation is what I would normally recommend to remove sunken everything which is compatible with base game and also the mod Racemenu by Expired but since you already tried VFR atleast on SE and it did not work for you then you need to find one that does work for whatever you have replaced (fe)malehead mesh with
    4. Railyn27
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      That’s helpful, thank you!
  8. namtar55
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    Thanks for the mod, i was really getting frustrated trying to find why some vampires worked well in the game, while others got the dark face bug. This mod solved the problem. I have a question, though. Is there a way to mix option A and B, as a way to distinguish volkihar vampires from the others? (since they are, lorewise, from different strains of vampirism).
    1. JRICH604
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      Version A would not make sense to mix as the vampire eye mesh was not changed and only matches up correctly with vanilla textures. If you want a little variety you can of course replace one or both of the vampire eye textures. So start with main file "B" red or blue then install as loose either eyevampire_01 or eyevampire_02 or both to whatever you want. Most radiant will use 02 and most named unique will use 01. Make them whatever you want, if you have never changed these out yourself refer to sticky it lists where to put them in your data folder. Thats a good suggestion and is something I have considered doing for a future update but for now having 2 different textures in use is an easy change you can make yourself for your own game
  9. EighmyLupin
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    Does this fix the head and body color mismatch and/or female vampire eye color being brown or do I still need those mods too?
    1. JRICH604
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      Color mismatch is usually self inflicted from trying to make changes to your appearance while vampire or playing with broken race settings. The mod that fixes that is USLEP unless of course you allowed another mod to load after it and revert those. There are no brown vampire eyes of any kind, there are brown human eyes so if you see that on your vampire it is likely you are either using a mod which removed the overlay flag from vampire races or are using one that re-directs the texture to something other than default
    2. namtar55
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      In early days of Skyrim, female vampires, player or npc, got hazel eyes instead of the default vampire eyes.
  10. Benimaru0603
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    perfect! works just perfectly for me!!

    no ugly face, no mismatch, no eye problem....

    finally there is someone fix all my vampire problems, i hv used a lot of mods before but none of them works perfectly...but this one does!

    use this mod with USLEEP and Vampire Facial Reclamation by the same author, other vampire fix mods can be deleted completely

    thank you very much!!
    1. JRICH604
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      You are very welcome, Enjoy your fixed vampires & thank you for kind words & support
  11. BarakIII
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    I'm perfectly happy with the way my pc vampire characters look, what I DON"T like is the way the vampire NPCs look. I'm a little confused after reading the directions as to whether or not this is for NPCs only, or for the PC as well. If it includes the PC is there a way to exclude the PC from being affected? My PC characters have never looked monstrous, but most NPC characters do. While my characters do have sunken cheeks, I'm ok with that. I just really dislike the monstrous look that was added to NPCs with the Dawnguard dlc

    I use Better Vampires and Dynamic Vampire Appearance, is this mod compatible with these?
    1. JRICH604
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      If it includes the PC is there a way to exclude the PC from being affected?
      Not easily and I wont be doing that. Why not try this instead Hott Vampires 2
      BV has its own dedicated site which is linked from its page here, cross check its compatibility with mine. As for DVA I dont use that but its supposed to be for your PC only so cant imagine any issues, just load it after this to allow it to win any conflicts with the eyes if there even are any
    2. BarakIII
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      Thank you for the recommendation. I had Beautiful Vampires but that's no longer supported. It was dependent on the old dawnguard unofficial patch and doesn't work with USLEEP. It's too bad, it was a really good mod. From what I see the vampires in Hott Vampires 2 aren't as attractive as those in BV, but they are most certainly better than the monstrous appearance used in Dawnguard.
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