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  1. Grat123
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    love this mod and love you too
    1. Kursan
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      Why thank you ;) Check out also my "Hot Springs of Skyrim" mod which adds many more custom hot springs and includes this one.
  2. BrickSprickly
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    Hey Kursan -

    Might be a little late but just wanted to confirm that after testing, this mod does indeed work with Inns and Taverns SE:

    https://www.nexusmods.com/skyrimspecialedition/mods/12223/

    The tavern in question actually fits perfectly with your mod, almost as if they were made together. I'll post some screens.



    Great mod, definitely a good location for a pick-me-up soak!


    *EDIT*

    PixieSophie below posted issued with Frostfall and this mod using CoT. I personally use Obsidian Weathers, and can confirm your mod works with Obsidian at the very least.

    For those using Frostfall Seasons addon, you may have difficulty staying warm in the springs in the winter months (I tested this mid Sun's Dusk with a cold modifier of -14). You won't die, but you'll get to freezing and hang there. My coldness settings using FF Seasons are a little extreme so that's on my end I think.
    1. Kursan
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      Thank you for your comments and sharing your findings. The warmth of the springs unfortunatley did not transfer over very well from the original file and I am not sure why; warmth is working better in classic Skyrim, I actually made the springs with Frostfall in mind and used its tutorial for heat sources. I am using COT in my game and have no issues but again that is in Classic Skyrim, still prefer its look over SE.
      SO any problems are probably due to porting issues; I also noticed weirdness with water surfaces in some areas (In this SE version) and do not have a remedy for that. Hope the springs are still enjoyable in any case ;)
  3. redprincess79
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    Have you ever considered reworking the tiny settlement of Stonehills? I've always thought it could seriously use a few more houses, as the people there sleep in tents and there isn't even an inn. Just a thought......
    1. axz2
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      There is Stonehills Reborn. https://www.nexusmods.com/skyrimspecialedition/mods/21788
      I don't know if its compatible with this mod.
    2. Kursan
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      The thought has crossed my mind particularly for a small Inn, but as pointed out there are already some other mods that do that.
      There is a fairly old mod that adds many more taverns and one is in Stonehills and it works with my mod; I am not familiar with Stonehills Reborn or if it would work. You would think that workers at a busy mine in snowy country would rapidly move past the tent stage and build cabins and there are several mods that address this but they make the place too big for my liking. I may do something about that in future ;)
    3. Kursan
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      I looked at the screens for Stonehills Reborn and I do not believe that mod will work with my mod; its Tavern and ruin are placed right on the same spot as the pools and if not cover them entirely will probably cover most. Might make for an interesting effect to have the ruins sitting in hot water ;)
      I am seriously considering adding some housing on a smaller scale using some custom cabins, but to do it right the navmesh of the entire cell has to be redone and that is allot of work but there is a chance that I do it.
      If I do however I will make it a version of my "Hotsprings of Skyrim" mod which includes this spring and I will make it for classic Skyrim first then port it.
    4. Kedavix
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      Kursan, thank you for replying. Some other users had the same concern and posted their questions on the related mod's thread. I quoted your response over there for more exposure.
  4. amorphos098
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    I prefer it without melted edges. would like a few babes though - don't want to sound crass.
    1. Kursan
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      Buddy, you have to bring your own babes, I only provide the scenery. And no worries about the edges, the only thing that could melt those is your irresistible charm
    2. FelesNoctis
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      Are you telling me the babes AREN'T a part of the scenery? Damn, I've had my priorities wrong! :P
  5. redprincess79
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    Oh, this looks so cozy, and a nice spot while journeying to Windstad. Thank you!
  6. Magickingdom
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    I love hot springs and the RP possibilities for them. Going to give this a try.
    I saw a video about hot springs in Russia, in the bitter cold north. The snow around the springs was melted back because the hot water also heats the rock and soil of the stream banks. A number of wild life was attracted to the area, the big brown bears in particular. Salmon also seemed to like the warmer water. Melting back some if the snow and ice would certainly make undressing and entering the water more palatable.
    Thank you for sharing
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    1. Kursan
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      Thanks for the comments, and yes that would be nice if it could be done and more realistic, but I would not be able to make those adjustments to the edges of the ponds, sorry. I hope you will enjoy them in any case and I have some other hot springs I plan to upload soon.
      Cheers
    2. Magickingdom
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      Not a problem, I understand. I haven't been to the area yet, still trying to get SSE visually acceptable first.
    3. Kursan
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      Hey if you have not tried it yet Climates of Tamriel is available now for SSE and I tried it today and like how it deals with the saturated lighting that is so prevalent in SE. In case that was one of the things you meant by visually accepting.
    4. PixieSophie
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      I just made it to the springs with Frostfall installed, and it told me the water was frigid and then nearly killed me. I got a campfire going just in time though. I also have Climates Of Tamriel installed and I'm wondering if it has anything to do with the problem...
  7. Jonas801
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    thanks for sharing. this looks great.
    1. Kursan
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      Welcome
  8. TheLoreSeeker
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    Happy to see this again!
    1. Kursan
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      Thanks
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