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  1. GravitationalPull
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    would love to see this get updated with new and improved textures.
  2. shivatheo
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    Very underrated mod, too bad it doesn't cover everything
    1. Kulharin
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      would Noble skyrim handle the rest?
    2. purplis
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      Underrated probably because this mod is also almost fully(except 2 files) covered by big mods like Underground - a dungeon texture overhaul and/or Noble skyrim.
  3. ortsoul
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    loose file or bsa?
    1. KillerHell
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      They are loose files.

      Here's a cool tip: you can go to "Nexus' mod Files > Preview file contents" to see if it's loose or .bsa, as well as many other things (Such as if it has FOMOD or not)
      Happy Mod Hunting :)
  4. Zaradriel
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    So excited to try this out! I have so many HD reworks for Skyrim SE, and Dwemer ruins have been much neglected in the modding community. Thank you so much for sharing this ^.^
    1. Darth Sidious
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      Not sure why modders ignore Dwarven ruins, they are an important part of the game and Markarth shares textures with them, but they remain largely ignored by modders, this mod rectifies that. Maybe most people hate Dwarven ruins, I dont, they are my favorite dungeons, harder than Nordic ruins, but also more architecturally impressive, full of loot and give me a much better feeling of being a dungeon delver.
  5. Kenrox
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    As probably someone else, i love this mod. Ok.
    I was only wondering, for the enjoying of the lore, if it would be possible to realize an alternative metal version of this mod with something very close to "Glourious Dwarven Metal". Just... Ehm... Better?

    Cause yeah, the idea is good, but the visual quality of that (glorious metal i mean) texture is a bit "meah" and the engravings are a bit too much.
    Nontheless i still feel that this mod is the best dwarven retexture around, just i would really like to see a brand new shiny dwarven metal ruin for once. Like i mean: some real epic stupidly good shiny thing that feels like you know: "Bling bling now i kill you motherf***er".

    And stuff like that.
    That said, endorsed.

    EDIT:the stone textures of this mod are beautiful and immersive.
    1. DanteKannWeinen11
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      Just install Metal over this mod - that's all.
    2. Kenrox
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      Which "Metal", Dante?
      I have tried probably every dwarven metal around and the best ones are still Noble's and Langley's ones. But none of these are really "BLING BLING".

      So, again... If someone knows a really high resolution and shiny dwarven metal let me know.
  6. SilentPhantom
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    I love you Gecko.
  7. DedushkaMisha
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    Is this mod compatible with Glorious dwarwen metal?
    1. Oblivionbolt1
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      probably have to install this, then over right it with that.
  8. buellofwar
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    And a 4K version, possibly ?
    1. Charmareian
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      That would require making all the textures again lol
  9. Dogrules23
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    Haven't seen 2/4K textures for these before and from the screenshots I'm amazed. Can't wait to see them in-game!
  10. olivier52000
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    BEST ! and with that ! : it's AWERSOME !
    1. Kingleon123
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      100% my first thought was to pair both of these stellar mods. Thanks bro-seph for another amazing re-tex!
    2. chrisaldie
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      Is that safe to install being an Oldrim mod?
      I've read meshes have to be converted for SE.
    3. kyearby
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      You can just run them through NIF Optimizer
    4. mathy79
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      olivier you just made my day dude