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Adds displays for Shirley, the beloved Skyrim Grandma's follower mod in the Legacy of the Dragonborn Safehouse.

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This patch adds six displays for Shirley, the beloved Skyrim Grandma's follower mod. One of these is an exploration display that you can activate by walking into Brightwood, Shirley's home. The other five are items you can discover.

After you've been through opening the museum through whatever start you choose, in order to see Shirley's display area you'll need to purchase the Follower Room "A" receipt from Sayma at Bits and Pieces. 

Please note: If you sort displays with any of Shirley's displayable items before purchasing the receipt they will look like they're floating in mid-air. Nothing I can really do about that, sorry.


  • How do I get Shirley's weapons?
    • What kind of monster would take Shirley's weapons from her?! Shirley's weapons are craftable as replicas at the forge, and another weapon you can find is craftable at the replica station.
  • Is this compatible with the other follower displays present in the Safehouse?
  • Will this get a patch for The Curator's Companion?
    • Yes, starting with version 6.0.1.
  • Why isn't there a display for...?
    • Probably because it didn't have a unique model. As Shirley is updated I'll revisit if more can be added.
  • Why are my displays floating?
    • You haven't purchased the Follower Room A receipt from Sayma at Bits and Pieces in Solitude. Once you do that the furniture will appear. Unfortunately this could not be avoided.
  • Is this compatible with Safehouse Plus?
  • Yes, as long as you choose to purchase the follower room for room A.
  • What items have displays?
    • No spoilers! But spoilers:
  • Spoiler:  

    Major thanks to The Circantolius Team for bringing Shirley to Skyrim. Also to the Legacy of the Dragonborn Team for bringing the museum to Skyrim. And thanks to Ic0nic0de for holding my hand through some very hairy script properties. Thanks to Haku for testing.