Skyrim Special Edition
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Requested by faffman. Allows the player to collect dead bodies. Other file allows bear trap collection.

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EFFECTS:
Collect Bodies:
This allows the player to "collect" bodies, picking them up and placing them in their inventory. This will store the body as a misc object represented by a coffin. Hard limit of 50 bodies.
By dropping the coffin, you can place the body at your feet. You can permanently store bodies by placing them in another container.
NOTE: with SKSE the bodies have a dynamic weight based on sex and inventory content. Whatever you add to their inventory, WILL impact your own.
SKSE is not yet available for Special edition however, and so each body weighs only 1 unit for now.


Collect Bear Traps:
Allows you to pick up bear traps while sneaking, and drop them as you like. Upon dropping, hold the grab button to return it to a working state. Now includes forge recipe for bear traps, and an upgrade as well.

SCRIPTS:
All scripts involved are run once when each action is performed. The only "permanent" things are in Collect Bodies and Preserving Salts; the aliases in the collection pseudo-quests or the aliases for body preservation, which could slightly increase your save size. But, dropping the body back into the world or removing the salts will remove that alias, and therefore the effect is not permanent.

UNINSTALLATION:
As the bodies are stored in a new cell, and the scripts are only run when picking up/dropping a body, or loading the game, uninstalling should be very safe at any time during a play through. The bodies that are stored will be lost, however.
Collect Bear Traps should be even safer than that.
And as for Preserving Salts, the same as Collect Bodies should basically apply, except for immediately losing alias'd bodies.

SUPPORT:
Let me know if anything acts strangely. I can usually fix any issue within a few days, but if I'm busy at work I will obviously be a bit longer.