>mfw I got up this morning to find that the three guys who do one of the morning radio shows here are going to be in the newest TESO DLC
>high-level/master spells have a several-second third-person casting animation that cannot be sped up or skipped
I don't know how I managed to beat Skyrim twice. Christ, it was a chore.
Also the game crashed every time I tried to marry an NPC. What a turd.
That Stormcloak with you (Ralof?) mentions how he misses ale with Juniper berries mixed in. Go back to Helgen and you'll find some. It's the only place to find that type of ale.
I thought that was kinda neat.
i remember how hype i was playing skyrim, oblivion, and morrowind for the first time. even with all their faults they're still fun games.
just a few more days to get that excitement again
>tfw nobody ever reacts to dragons, beyond running away or dogpiling them
plus, they could focus more on the lore of the world by not making a ton of useless main quest shit that nobody's gonna do or care about
basically a mainstream and better version of skyrim unbound
>only beat Skyrim twice
>runs straight and gets hit
>meanwhile bandits will fucking miss you even if you just randomly dance around left to right
>he'll die without getting hit too
Bravo Beth. I'd really like a possibility of him getting away completely decided by game, and not forced by a script, and being able to meet that guy later.
>tfw you will never feel the wonders of running through the empty fields of skyrim
>only to be
attacked by a random fucking giant frostbite spider out of nowhere shooting projectile webs that somehow deal damage > you will never get spun up completely in webs by the said spider that captures you >you will never get bitten and have your insides slowly liquefy as the spider drags you into its cave and hangs you up >you will never get sucked dry by a giant mommy spider who promptly fills you up with tons of golf ball sized eggs
Horrible feeling, senpai
rude. don't lump me with gurofags.
at least we're not like the lot of furrys, at least the most of us keep the shit to ourselves unless you go around looking it up
like, i wish i was shitposting but you need to get a fuckin grip
>he flies out the back of the wagon at light speed
>the scene continues as normal, but without him speaking
>at the chopping block
>archers just even shoot at anything
>"ANYONE ELSE FEEL LIKE RUNNING?"
>my face the entire time
>the major religion is nordic
>those who die honorably go to sovengarde
What the fuck could possibly be more honorable than fighting a dragon in the nordic land of Skyrim?
Everyone that dies fighting a dragon in your game? Probably getting mad pussy from the warrior women up in Sovengarde. "Tell us again how you punched the dragon, it makes me so fucking wet."
It's a fucking paradise for them, of course they're gonna fight it.
I actually think the better analogy is that they're like chips. They're not thought out or crafted in the nice way that a proper pastry would be, but you like them anyway and keep wanting more.
>Clearly Power Girl undressing
This doesn't bother me as much as how all the Daedric lord quests are self-contained. You can be a servant to all of them and they apparently don't care if you've served a rival.
>Grab a sword
>Hit wolf in the heat like it's a blunt object
>No wounds, no severed limbs
>40 hits to kill a fucking wolf
>Spam heal your way through the game, not tactics no skill
Fucking vanilla Skyrim gameplay is repulsive.
Sometimes I don't know if I love this shit or hate it. I think it depends if I paid money for it.
>mfw i should have finished the job
I haven't played Skyrim in about 3 years, but I think I want to again.
Have there been any mods that overhaul the entire experience?
They don't want to die. They don't spend every day of their lives wishing they could die. But going into battle, and dying honorably is one way to get into Sovngarde as a Nord.
Sovngarde is also reserved for the greatest warriors and must get past Tsun to even get into Shor's hall. It is not the standard afterlife for most Nords.
Sorry, I don't live in a culture where death a greater something (like the goodness of all or honor) is a thing (or viewed as a good thing). But maybe you can change my perception on the matter.
In the first opening scene of a game, if I see disgusting clipping issues like that damn right I'm going to have an autism attack.
Fucks sake the opening scene is supposed to be PERFECT. THEN you introduce your shitty bugs and clipping issues after.
right: heres one. endless, sheer agony. your slowly dying of some massive cancer and every molecule of your body is on fire. the drugs dont help. praying dosent help. cold or warm makes no difference. its been 10 years and no ones heard you say a coherent sentence because the pain locks every muscle shut.
but your crazy if you want relief.
>thought Skyrim was garbage at release
>wait a few years
>get into modding
>have more fun trying to get a slew of mods to work instead of actually playing the game
>if I ever do get into the game I just
turn on sex mods and have a quick fap
I just hope I can have the same experience with FO4 within the next two or so years.
>never really into the whole elf rape thing
Oh that tickles my funny bone
hard to get that immersion going on when half of the textures don't load.
or flying mamoth.
or horse breaking sound barrier.
so yeah clipping isn't that bad, unless it's ridiculously noticeable.
like npc in walls or sitting in the air next to a chair.
indeed, its about how its incredibly easy to think of a reason why you would want to die. Didnt think it was necessary to relate it to nords when it was already described how dying in battle is actually gaining immortality in their own beliefs. how about a more religious example? a christian is given the choice to fight, or flee to certain death. what does he choose? fight. willingly choosing a path that can only lead to death would be suicide. suicide bars you from heaven. murder is okay in self defense but disliked, and being killed isnt suicide. so a proper christian ( never seen one ) would fight and hope he was killed before he killed. there. wanting to die in battle, thats not insane ( well, being religious as a whole is a different topic for later ).
Guess I'll never be to relate to ''wanting to die for a greater cause'' or ''wanting to die to get to a better place''. Being unreligious sure make some things hard to understand.
I can hear the fedoras being tipped.
>tfw you only played skyrim for so long because it had a vore mod
feels bad desu senpai
I never said it was bad.
Even tho they literally raped bloodmoon, i see from the picture alot of words.
not that i don't like books , but the anon may have been trigerred and let his autism do the rest.
deflection, subject change. this is why i specifically mentioned this was about your inability to come up with something a child could of, and not specifically if i agree with the topic or not. i dont give a shit about nords or whatever, what interests me is THIS post
>But maybe you can change my perception on the matter
I just couldnt believe something so simple could be so hard for someone capable of writing words larger then 4 letters.
tl;dr version is that Miraak is trying to destroy mundus and become the new god head with Solthsheim as his new mundus, and the earth stones and other major land marks serve as his tower
in extreme depth, yeah.
hang on, why are you assuming that this is bad? autistic can just be a description of the level of detail one puts into it. isnt it kinda wrong to assume that every usage of the word must be bad?
no it's not but the way he did it is.
it's not bad but then that mean that every passion somebody has is autism.
either way somebody is real unconfortable with this word.
like look i'm not going to post a thousand line essay of speculation on why the dwemer spaceship went from the north to the middle of the map.
Shit man, you just described exactly what I did.
literally this. ive got 300 hours into a game and i think ive actually played it 50 hours at most. just hours of collecting mods, tweaking them and then autistically changing all the display images for each one
>Go to Rorikstead
>It's one house
>Go to whiterun
>It's two houses
>Go to Solitude
>It's three houses
but then who was phone
Not really the same but you are on the right path. It is more like saying someone "clumsily fell down the stairs" does not mean that person is clumsy, it means they did something clumsy.
Autism is a little different because it is a medical diagnosis but "autistically" could be taken to mean "in the manner of a person with autism."
For your example to match you would have to have said "like someone with autism" instead of "autistically."
so a guy sucking sumbody dick doesn't make him gay not even temporary.
even tho he technically is , he isn't , so you're implying that autism is a bad analogy or something.
behaving autistic one time doesn't make you autistic forever but then...
anon where is this going?
who am I?
what is my purpuse?
please clear this up i don't understand anything anymore.
>but "autistically" could be taken to mean "in the manner of a person with autism."
as in, the manner of someone. as in, not actually having it. come on bro, read your definitions.
so what you said was you agree, that autistically could mean someone without autism
but then you follow it up with how my example is wrong because it does exactly above, which you agreed with. so my examples wrongs because its right.
needs pictures anon.
>is this one of those nicelodeon teen shows
>mfw if it was true
>the very first thing that players will see in the game, the hook that's supposed to draw you in, first impression
>Bethesda can't even be bothered to script that simple shit properly
well, what you originally stated was that he was a bad player because he complained about wait times for casting spells. tell me, how do you wait out a spell casting "better"?
or you disregarded your original argument when it was shown to be incorrect, and claimed your entire point was just that he was a bad player...without referring to any of his post as a reason why. you know, shitposting.
The huge wave from Interstellar represents a crash to desktop incoming
I miss Morrowind towns. Ton of residential houses. Even if many of them are generic, just the fact that they are there and you can go inside them is fantastic. When you find some that aren't generic, like the daedra worshippers in Vivec's residential areas, it's a cool sprinkle of depth
you know, besides skywind. which you can download. right now.
Because that's the way it is in general with Daedric Lords, not to mention that being a champion doesn't actually mean shit on metaphysical scale, it's more of a
>Okay this guy works for me and ima give him shit if he needs it
It's literally whatever Dragonborn himself wants, the same goes for all the people who live on Mundus
You can't actually sell your soul unless you actually bind your soul or fucking rip it out
You can't actually belong to a Daedric prince unless he taints you with Lycanthropy or something
Every mortal or immortal being at that matter has full control over his soul unless he fucking just hands out his soul to someone physically
When a guy goes to Shivering Isles it's because he was a mad fuck that worshiped Sheogorath and he himself thought that he would go to Sheo in afterlife, so when he died and his Animus left his body he just sort of phased to Oblivion
Something I've always been confused about....why was Ulfric Stormcloak rounded up with a bunch of thieves and such by the southern border of skyrim?
What was he doing there?
Was it some sort of rebel covert ops mission?
But if that was the case why would they send the leader of the rebellion on such an obviously dangerous mission?
Was getting caught part of his plan?
but that's wrong, Rorikstead had 4 houses in it and like 7 people that lived in it, those seven people were in these 4 households
Rorikstead isn't even a fucking village, it's a small community near Whiterun
I actually think that Skyrims settlements were okay because I have visited a lot of smaller villages (albeit in Ukraine) that have like 10-20 people living in them total and they have like 8 houses max. because most of these fucks are in two or three families
Then why don't you join the united states military, become a full christian, and die fighting for your country. Then go to heaven have the best fucking time, and fuck hot angels or something?
Wait, why won't you openly beleive me! I'm telling you it's all true!!!
See why not everyone believes now? Because they don't trust those gods.. even though I admit I would be much more religious in the world of tamriel, considering gods actually prove to you that they exist in some form or another.
Was reading the skywind FAQ. Why do you need morrowind to play what is essentially a Skyrim complete overhaul mod? Seems like they're just saying that to try and avoid copyright issues.
Stormfag rebellion was still weak before Skyrim main quest begins (it's just that they didn't manage to represent how the rebellion is growing other than the people saying that). So when Ulfric was sneaky travelling with his relatively small band of guards to Darkwater Crossing Tullius with help of his spies located him and captured him, him and couple of other fags near the Darkwater Crossing, including you and that thief.
Bunch of dogshit, sure they believe that they will go to Sovngarde because ooh fighting honorably etc. but afterlife in TES sucks, it literally depends on your subconscious.
If you died and you think that you died in an honorable way you most likely will go to Sovn, if you have doubt you will get fuck all hence why the main companion guy will probably never get shit and why he isn't in Sovn.
>go to rorikstead
>talk to the head of the village
>mention that it's weird that his village is the only prosperous and safe settlement in the region, implications that magic is being used
>can't follow up on it
>no quest relating to it
What is even the fucking point then?
Nigger, when a giant golden Dragon comes out of nowhere breathing space/time melting fire at another giant fucking demon faced four armed motherfucker you better believe in Gods.
I mean, do you understand that very existence of Dragons is another proof of Gods because...well Dragons are fucking ADA and they are lesser Gods too.
scrapped quest, there are several of them in Mages Guild too
some of these quests have been restored (because they were almost finished)
go to Nexis and search for that shit
in restored mages guild quest you can get an Altmer waifu
Anon.. stop yelling at me and saying hurtful insults.
But the BIGGEST CITIES IN SKYRIM had like 3 residential houses, 3 shops, 1~2 inns/taverns, 1 special building, 1 purchasable house, a 'palace', MAYBE 1 guildhall, and MAYBE a barracks.
Vivec had 8 cantons. Almost every canton had a plaza which contained noble houses, shops, sometimes guildhalls, special buildings like telvanni temporary housing, pubs/cornerclubs, and such. They had waistworks with 2~5 shops of varying sorts. Canalworks had anything from shops to some random guy living there, to burial chambers/dungeons. Underworks were mostly fluff but some had special things like the dark brotherhood sanctuary, but just the fact that they exist adds some depth to the game world. Several cantons had residential homes along the sides you could enter.
Some cantons had special areas like the library, the temple, halls of wisdom/justice, an arena, barracks, etc.
Multiply the content of one canton by 8 and you have vivec, not to mention some of the neat things not inside like the boats that take you around vivec, the shrines near the temple, the ministry of truth floating above the city.
Oblivion had the Imperial City. Although it wasn't all that fascinating, it was still huge and split off into several sections.
Skyrim gave us Solitude.
Bottom pic obviously not solitude but not my image.
It would never sell to normals. In 2001 it would have passed off as a great idea but the technology limitations and leveling system would make the game bland if not for some sort of story to focus on. In 2006 it may have worked as a passable experiment. Now it will never, ever fly. Not with the massive sales of Skyrim and the facts that the target audience is nonfans, and that Zenijews are now pulling the strings more tightly that the brand become a financial giant.
Not him but I'll post random TES archive screencaps
it directly uses morrowinds assets. if you didnt have it installed, the mod would look for insertfilesnamehere and...it wouldnt be there.
copying this and distributing the copyrighted image.file.audio as your own is kinda a no no. this is how it usually works.
>Bethesda hates fun so now we'll never get anything like this again
In the College of Winterhold questline, why don't those super mages just take the Eye of Magnus straight away instead of waiting for the Thalmor dude to start swinging it around like a wrecking ball?
Why didn't they just teleport in and freeze time while he was fucking shit up?
Why did they have to be so secretive if they knew something really bad was going to happen?
Why don't the wizards talk to the OP psychic seer energy beam dude in the basement more?
>vague, offhand comments
>the entire story is literally about how dangerous the place is because of magic, and yet this one place is completely immune to it
>for some reason every living being isnt heading towards the only safe place known
>not immersion breaking
>YOU'RE NOT GONNA KILL ME
>full speed running
>archer hits him with an arrow
>stops instantly and twirls to the ground
>guess the arrow was so precise it freed his hands
>I haven't encountered a single game breaking bug in a Bethesda game.
>there is no bug
>except the bug i just described, the game can break if you go to high fps
>also i knew this but never encountered it
so the only good way to get decent magic resist is enchanting?
I just borrowed a console copy for shits when it first hit. Worked at a vidya store and we got a bunch of used copies in from thieves.
>archer not being there happened
>dragon skeletons clanking around and twisting into shit (made it weird since you'd hear them before you saw them)
>beginning ride at game stops and doesn't continue
It was so unstable I just pretended my shouts were tearing apart reality.
I love that my skyrim morrowind picture is still posted
What do you mean presumably stuck? I've had the carts bug out to the point where they were flipping the fuck out and actually killed a couple of bystanders and the horse pulling it doesn't give a fuck and goes where it was scripted to.
The entire sequence continued with no problems past when Alduin appears since the carts are removed at that point anyways.
I understand the limitations of having shit programmers/creation engine being terrible/consoles, but they could, and should, have split the major cities into districts to make them at least as large as the Imperial city.
What a terrible company.
A Skyrim quests takes like 10 hours to make, why would they scrap it? Did they forget to voice the lines or something/
>that have like 10-20 people living in them total and they have like 8 houses max
What the fuck, man? In Bulgaria wherever more than 20 people live, there is a church, a mayor, a brewery, a shop, a public fountain, often an old library or school from communist times.
I've never seen 5 houses separated from the world, ever, for any reason, and I've traveled a lot.
>haha man i wish we had more game breaking bugs in skyrim that'd make it good
I am sure you can create such retarded scenarios in Skyrim, if you were trying. Nobody is trying because the game isnt as immersive.
And no, having more bugs wont make it better. Those stories are FLAWS in Morrowind, not draws to it.
Are you saying that having a spring that spits out water 24/7 or having a church that gets a priest to visit for funerals and holidays are businesses?
And in the ~20 people village I spent a month living the store was open at all times, you just called out for the family running it to come and sell you shit. A microbus drove into the mountains to deliver stuff twice a week to be sold there and you could order special things, like if you wanted to buy birthday candles, they wouldnt just have them unless you asked.
Skyrim as a whole is an interesting premise, with the dullest execution I've ever encountered in games. I generally do like Bethesda's open-ended style of gameplay, but Skyrim has some of the most monotonous writing and execution around. I nearly felt asleep right at the end of the civil war quests because the payoff was dull monotonous voice acting reciting dull and apathetic dialogue. Skyrim literally has no kick to give. It would be leagues better if there felt like there was some kind of passion towards the writing. But then again, this is a Bethesda game after all, and their writing will never receive the proper mainstream media criticism it deserves, which pretty much means that Bethesda will never improve.
Nope. 60fps outdoors at almost all times. The lowest I've seen it drop is 52. If you have a good modern processor that isn't AMD garbage it isn't too hard to run at a steady frame rate.
Your CPU is EVERYTHING in this game. Towns like Sadrith Mora should give you around 45+ FPS running around. Balmora and Ebonheart, the 2 most demanding places in terms of FPS, can go as low as ~23FPS in the worst cases but usually at least 28fps or so. Wilderness is pretty much always 60+ fps and indoors is pretty much always 150+ fps
There is a mayor building, which basically just holds documents. The mayor doesnt live there, and only goes there if there is an occasion.
Same with the church.
The brewery is community funded and used, to make spirits from grapes and plums.
Yes, all the villages have these. A village with 2 permanently families living in it, one of which is a single person, still has those buildings and they occasionally function.
When I go there, since my grandpa was born there, I can have the bigger permanent family, who own the only working telephone in the village, to have extra bread be delivered this week, for example.
That family holds the mayor figure (although the is an actual real mayor that rules over several villages combined), the store keeper figure (although the store doesnt function often) and they call the priest for holidays, such as weddings and funerals, since some people want to be buried there, where they were born.
The village, total population of 6, has maybe 50 houses overall, and most of them see some form of life at least once a year. People go there to harvest fruits, or on vacation, or to hunt, or to look after bees once a week.
>carriage is halfway in the ground
>hear loud neighing as horses are crushed by wagon
>Ulfric Stormcloak is unconscious.
>Ulfric Stormcloak is unconscious.
>Ulfric Stormcloak is unconscious.
>game crashes from physics object going lightspeed/achieving CHIM
each of these buildings need a janitor. one of them needs a security guard. the brewery also possibly needs both, if not atleast one.
also stop acting like your the only one to have lived in the middle of the goddamn desert. i have.
>Your CPU is EVERYTHING in this game.
And the game doesnt support threading, so no multiple cores.
Which is a big problem. Most modern CPUs dont have impressive single core clocks.
The physics thing is actually caused by having a framerate higher than 60. If you run the game too well and you activate something (door, barrel, etc), shit can go flying SO FAST it will LITERALLY damage people if it hits them.
>each of these buildings need a janitor. one of them needs a security guard. the brewery also possibly needs both, if not atleast one.
Pwahahhahaha. How to spot a big city boy: lesson 1.
Buildings dont run away, mate. And small community people arent on the look to rob each other.
The brewery is left to rot until someone needs it. When someone needs it, they clean it up, repair it, use it and leave it to rot.
Same with every other public building. Its a community effort.
>gag is just cloth
>arms are bound in the front
>he doesnt just take the cloth off with his hands
This is why I sided with the Imperials.
infact we donated our old computer to the local primary so they could host a website. pretttty proud, pretty sure it was the first website for any business out there. cool shit. they still use it too, since small places never cycle shit out. how bout you? wheres your small town?
And I am posting from my office on the 20th floor of a business complex in a 3 million people city.
That doesnt mean I havent been to our house in that small 6 person village recently, and that I dont know how small villages and communities function.
If you know everybody by name, face and character, you dont even consider robbing them.
Security guards are an urban animal. Janitors are too, in small communities everybody just cleans their own stuff.
dawnguard lore was pretty good, soul cairn, the ideal masters, normal falmer, moth priests I just wish it went a bit more indepth, especially with the ideal masters and black soul gems
I feel like they are playing a bit too safe with tes games
>you dont even considering robbing them
yeah, but they will rape babies and burn them with cigerettes before pummeling them to death. no need for security gaurds around alcohol in very isolated communities, the very communities that tend to fall into alcoholism.
brah. you know what it sounds like to me? it sounds like a small isloated community that just happens to be really close to some bigger cities. i bet that little village of yours has reception. for tv. or mobiles. how long for an ambulance to arrive? 1st day, right?
I will propose a solution here. Maybe ukrainians are shitty people.
Like I said, I've been to several such small villages, as many of them are near unexplored roman and byzantine ruins, and many have churches that are several centuries old.
All the people are nice. Every time the mayor figure brags about having zero crime rate. Every time the poor people give me free food and free everything, their best stuff that they've been saving for years.
I am not being sarcastic either. Maybe your people are just bad people, and need the chains or urban life to keep them in check. Many studies have suggested that russians are prone to cruelty, especially the isolated ones in the east.
Psijic monks are followers of the Old Way back from pre-dawn time even.
The order of PSJJJ are not allowed to communicate with anyone that much and what that guy was doing was practically rogue shit and the organization had to do is secretively.
If Psijic will do shit openly then Mirror logicians and other huge OP mages will show up to fuck shit up too.
wizards of arteum aren't meant to interact much with the rest of the world, especially other mer
>if they knew something really bad would happen
they literally do not give a fuck, they went through several apocalypses and dragonbreaks, their island is literally protected from everything
ukranians? shit nigga, i was talking australia. i guess that seperates us because your TRULY third world while we are technically 1st. huh. if shit was that bad here it would be considered unhabitable.
Well the conversation started with Ukraine, my posts are about Bulgaria.
I dont think you can use Australia for this comparison, since most settlements there are "artificial" in a way, while small villages here have been inhabited for centuries or thousands of years, nobody calculated how many people will live here or what administrative needs such a population would have.
You were not talking to me, it was some other guy.
>Maybe your people are just bad people
No, it's mostly because Ukraine is underdeveloped especially in rural areas and there are only couple of cities that get all the dosh in the country
As for these rural villages, they have been fucked like that ever since Ukraine and most of them don't even have any way to get any products from the cities
That being said you can expect even less in war ridden Skyrim so I don't understand what the complaints are about when we have shit like that IRL right now
My ancestors are smiling at me, Imperials. Can you say the same?
bulgaria is a lot more developed than Ukraine, we are a shithole
Skyrim is even worse though so again I don't understand why people think that Skyrim should have lush and full settlements with 200 people
But Bulgaria was poorer than Ukraine until like a decade ago.
And the village I am talking about has no internet, no cable TV, not all houses have electricity even. There is no sewer or plumbing, all of the village uses the same spring for water.
Fucking horses drink from an upside down sarcophagus cover thats older than most countries in Europe. Its as Skyrim as it gets, its even up in the mountains, and you cant get there with many urban model cars.
Mr Cellophane's Lovers and Legends is the one and only true sex mod. The installation process is insanely time consuming, ESPECIALLY for a heavily modded game. You have to run several executables that do some sort of shit to set it up. After that, if you're lucky and it actually works, after selecting an opposite gender NPC, you put a rose down and then activate it. This causes them to appear. You then initiate sex with them in one of 3 (or 4?) positions. Basically you have an excitement bar for each actor. You press a key, like E or something to thrust once. Different positions fill bars at different rates. Once the male bar fills the scene ends. Very simple animations. More likely than not the game will just fucking crash when you try to activate the rose.
Then there's the french Romance mod which was translated to english (but then abandoned). You can have a relationship with an NPC via simple interaction/gifts. You can marry them eventually, and once you do you can have sex and they.you can get pregnant (fade to black, to bedroom, to black, with some sound effects, then you appear back where you were). You can also fuck whores with a prostitution module activated. There is also a mod that links so Romance sex triggers Lovers and Legends scene instead, which is just as buggy as LaL itself.
I also made an edited version of the Romance mod when I was tinkering around and learning to mod. Don't know where it is. It wasn't that great an expansion.
If you run an ENB, you should be able to switch between a limited and unlimited framerate at will with a key like the home or F11/F12. I recommend getting a really simple easy to run ENB if you just want the ability to do that but don't necessarily want a heavy ENB.
>But Bulgaria was poorer than Ukraine until like a decade ago.
And villages in Ukraine have been shittier than that even before, since fucking 20 and 30's
We went through shit like Gholodomor and never really recovered
Basically, Russia and Ukraine probably have the worst villages if you don't go full retard middle eastern countries
>280 hours in my current playthrough
>still haven't even touched the mainland or the expansions
This playthrough is going to end up being 800+ hours by the time I'm done with it
Make sure you manually set your ENB to the desired frame cap (60 ideally) as some come with different caps like 48. Depends on your PC I guess. If you are always at like 50~70 then it may be best to set it lower than 60. You'll have to experiment. Press shift+enter during game to bring up enb menu and (temporarily) make changes, including frame cap, so you can find an ideal one.
Keep in mind frame capping will have strange stuttering effects in some areas. Not sure why. Test both outdoors and indoors in towns. Most places should function just fine.
>Try playing modded skyrim
>It doesn't crash on startup
>It doesn't crash on new game
>the wagon horse goes rocketing into the nearest mountaintop
Skyrim is unplayable without the alternate start mod.
what no, we used to have entire mini towns built between major cities because back in the day, we didnt have cars. each place here is spaced out enough that it would take a day to travel to. thats how far the horses would get, so thats where settlements started springing up. we also had the morse code telocommunications era. where single man posts were put up every few hundred km`s because the signal of morse code was too weak and had to be re-sent at power stations. a huge part of australias history is 1-3 man stations hundreds of kms away from anywhere else. they even used to send groups down the lines because the radio operators had a seriously high rate of suicide and other mental issues from extreme isolation.