Skyrim Special Edition

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A Skyrim quest mod, with new npcs, quests, and dungeon, as well as a new bow. Tasked by a group of ex-thieves (that are large in part pretty incompetent), you must steal back their heist they were going to do from a bitter ex-member of their troop.

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Welcome to our mod! This was done by a team of 5 people, called Medicore Manifesto. We worked on this mod for over 5 months over the course of a semester for one of our classes. We worked tirelessly to make a really awesome mod so we hope you enjoy it!


There are two ways:
1. Download through the mod manager with Vortex, and install it there.


2. Drag and drop all files from the mod into the SkyrimSpecialEdition/Data folder.


-A new questline, where an ex-Theives Guild member asks for your aid in returning stolen treasure from an ex-member of theirs.
-A new dungeon, an old dwemer vault, with twists and turns.
-A new weapon, which is an ancient elven bow lost to time in the dwemer vault
-A new companion (?) who will assist you during your quest.


- Once to Falkreath and into the Dead Man's Drink, if you talk to Grey Wolf and nothing happens, reload to a previous save. This is a known issue with some quests in Skyrim, and we are looking for a fix.

Some mods we recommend but you do NOT need:
-Unofficial Skyrim Special Edition Patch
-Alternate Start - Live Another Life 
-Sovngarde - A Nordic Font Bold v8.9
-Static Mesh Improvement Mod - SMIM - SMIM SE 2-08
-Address Library for SKSE Plugins - All in one (Anniversary Edition)

P.S: Shoutout to Granhadd for the translation! It's really awesome to see!

“This mod was created as a team project for a game modding class within The School of Interactive Games and Media (IGM)at Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester NY. IGM provides an educational environment that supports and encourages creative and collaborative academic inquiry by both faculty and students. IGM’s programs,  coursework, research, and development efforts provide students with the knowledge and skills to pursue meaningful  and rewarding careers in media-centric, interactive software development, while simultaneously advancing the field and helping to provide a well-rounded educational experience.”