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  1. Mebantiza
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    Welcome to Opulent Outfits, Mage Robes of Winterhold SSE-2018. v5.0+

    This completely overhauled and updated version of Opulent Outfits merges the features of the original 3.6/4.0 REPLACER, 2.5 Common Robes Pack, Maids and Merchants and standalone. Many NPC's in Skyrim, merchants, bards, maids, innkeepers, priests, mages, court wizards, now feature colorful, vivid new robes and outfits.

    Be aware of the (many) potential conflicts that may arise between appearance overhaul mods and Opulent Outfits SSE. Complaining about them will be of limited value.The game engine, or mods, cannot dynamically resolve issues like this automatically.
    Adjust your load order and watch your overwrite prompts to get the results YOU desire.
    For example, Opulent Outfits, Bijin and Improved Bards all edit Lisette in the Winking Skeever. This is just one example of a possible set of conflicts that may arise depending on your load and install order.
    I highly recommend using the Improved Bards mod alongside Opulent Outfits.

    Some may find the outfits a little bright and vivid compared to what they are used to seeing, especially when contrasted against the generally earthen tone and atmosphere of the bulk of Skyrims regular attire. This of course, is by design. The original creator definitely created the outfits to add splashes of color to the comparatively drab Skyrim environment. In pre-industrial societies, dyes were nowhere near as common as the mass-produced chemical ones we know. Such societies valued bright and colorful clothing highly, viewing such items as status symbols in their own right.

    So, If bright and vivid outfits rub you the wrong way, then the AIO version is NOT the file for you. Use REPLACER instead.
  2. Mebantiza
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    Current News and What have you's

    Bug Reports is restricted to author input now, since people cannot distinguish actual bugs from conflicts and errors in their own load orders and installs. And this is after I penned a nice article explaining what the two terms mean. In any event, there is very little content-wise in Opulents at this point that could be considered a bona-fide bug and all known issues are listed (which also mostly get ignored).
    So.......No more user-conflicts going to that area. Or anything else unless submitted by author.

    AI overhaul.
    Completely reworked the Improved Bards AI Overhaul version 5.8.2. It will now install 2 files, the usual replacer ESP and a Add-on ESP. That esp updates all the NPCs in the dependent files, PLUS Cutting room Floor NPCs. The end result should be as follows.
    All
    Opulent
    Improved Bards
    Consistent Older people
    AND CRF Npcs
    will benefit from the Improved AI mods changes. (You may not even need the addon esp, if not, just delete it)

    Hopefully, everything works as intended.

    Armor and Clothing Extension.
    Based my new game with these files installed, it does not appear to be compatible. It is effecting Opulents outfit assignments, even if the relevant classes check boxes are disabled in its MCM. NPC outfits will be changed permanently, even IF Opulent is loaded below ACE. I do not recommend installing this into an existing save, or new game even. Use Opulents, or use ACE, not both.

    TLDR: WACCF-ACE, is NOT compatible with Opulent Outfits.
    WACCF alone, does cause any issues. WCAAF should be always be loaded near very top of your load orders.

    Re: General Trolling and Flaming.
    If you dont like this mods dependencies, or the files it supports, I suggest you use REPLACER which is the basic, no-frills version of Opulents. It replaces all the mage outfits as advertised, and AFAIC, has very little to *censored* about. I would hope so anyhow.....
    OR, your other option, is to post pointless inflammatory messages insulting me, this file, and the mods I choose to support it with. If that is your choice, then your options will will be considerably simplified. It will consist of no access at all. Zero, zip. nothing.
  3. heleanarodo2012
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    Nice clothes.
    Why the replace version needs plugin? Can we use the meshes and textures without plugin?
  4. Binaryboy1815
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    hi,
    thanks for some awesome robes!
    i downloaded the standalone version, but the arch-mage robes with and without hood are unenchantable.
    is this something that was planned?

    cheers
  5. MilanKokyCZ
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    Will there be a problem with Consistent older People and WSCO - Windsong Skyrim Character Overhaul ?
  6. Mattomanx
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    Is there any chance of there being a non-replacer version of this mod? I've been using the mod for a few months, and while I like the new robes designs it adds, I don't want *all the vanilla ones* to be removed.
  7. orsowox
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    while i do like some of these retextures, i wish that these files were named better so i could tell which were which or that there was at least an FOMOD to choose which textures to install. i was able to find the necromancer textures alright, but the non-robe textures aside from the merchant ones are all named, "opulent maid", so...
  8. Alicyl
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    Hello, I'm having a small issue with what looks like broken textures on the Arch-Mage's Robes.

    I'm not exactly sure what's causing this since I believe the only mods I have that alter clothing are 'USSEP', 'Cutting Room Floor', and 'Weapon, Armor, Clothing, and Clutter Fixes'. The Arch-Mage's Robes originally looked as they intended on Arch-Mage Savos Aren, but as soon as I obtained them and the other version within the chest, they turned into a blue recolor with what looks like... textures of the outfit haphazardly sewn together.

    The version of Opulent Outlets I installed is the 'Opulent Outfits 2018 SSE - Replacer' followed by merging 'Opulent Outfits 2018 SSE - Texture Update BC7' into the former within Mod Organizer 2.

    EDIT: I just realized I have 'Armor and Clothing Extensions' installed but disabling it didn't change my issue with the Arch-Mage's Robes, and despite it being incompatible with Opulent Outfits, I strangely didn't notice any other issues with both mods being together—unless it only applies to the AIO version of Opulent Outfits.
  9. UDeletionQuality
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    Deleted. Never mind. I just found the answer.
  10. Michaelanthony246
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    Consistent Older People is a bugged mod. Until the author of this mod removes that dependency, I have to recommend people avoid this mod unless you want a pervasive "black face" bug that afflicts dozens of NPC's and which there is currently no fix for. There are dozens of similar comments others have made verifying this unpleasant fact that the mod author has locked--which is another red flag that this person's mods should probably be avoided.
    1. Michaelanthony246
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      And to be fair, Consistent Older people isn't technically "bugged"--it's just a very poorly-written mod that doesn't play nice with others.
    2. Mebantiza
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      I have made up a special 'red flag' edit just for you.
  11. Kulharin
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    I am guessing this is not compatible with Armor and Clothing extension? No Patch at all?

    https://www.nexusmods.com/skyrimspecialedition/mods/19002?tab=posts&BH=1
    1. accretia00
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      if you install both it might work for the yarl and children outfits that are not covered by Opulent, but for your character and mage NPC's most likely not even with a patch. for your character it edits the mage armors so you get Opulent instead of Apprentice etc Robes so if you install ACE 1st and Opulent 2nd you will get Opulent outfits. as for the NPC's, the outfits of Opulent are given to specific named NPC's like Farengar, Toldfir, etc by editing their default outfit and gives them Opulent outfits so it also conflicts with ACE. i don't know which NPC's the mods cover, but an option is to add which of the 2 mods you want the most 2nd. for example, if you install ACE 1st and overwrite with Opulent you will get Opulent mage outfits, but if there's an NPC that is not covered by Opulent and has the default outfit and ACE changes the outfit of that NPC it will get the outfit from ACE.
  12. accretia00
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    people that say they have missing/white textures is cause they install all-in-one but uncheck maid-merchant options in textures. the outfits are given to specific named NPC's like Arcadia, Farengar, Toldfir, etc by editing their default outfit and replacing it with the ones from Opulent so if you uncheck maid and merchant outfits from the installation or delete/hide it in the MO you get missing/white textures on their outfits. i put the mod randomly in my load order(but in the correct order with masters) and i don't have missing textures. i even have Immersive College of Winterhold. either install the Replacer that doesn't have maid/merchant outfits or edit the NPC's that have maid/merchant outfits in the sssedit or ck if you install all-in-one.
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