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  1. SAE: Chainmail Armor - UNPB

    Based on this.
  2. Clipping with HDT

    The dress probably doesn't have the HDT weights on them. I can take a look at them and see what the problem is.
  3. Bethesda announces "Creation Club" (Paid Mods)

    LOL! I knew survival mode was going to be $15! I should've watch the video first. It's more like $8 but you have to buy $15 worth of Bethesda bucks just to purchase the mod.
  4. UNPB Love Live Clothing

    View File UNPB Love Live Clothing This is a clothing mod based on the outfits worn by characters in the Love Live! animated series. The goal for me is to do them all so check back for updates. How to obtain: You can obtain the clothing via a console command (help "Love Live" 0). How to install: Extract the contents of the zip file into the Skyrim data folder. Requirements: An UNPB Body re-placer and all of it's requirements. HDT HighHeels System http://www.nexusmods.com/skyrim/mods/36213/ Credits: GomaPero - for GomaPero Poses v8. Besthesda - The maker of Skyrim and the Creation Kit Ousnius and Caliente - For BodySlide and Outfit Studio. Permissions: You're free to use this mod your own project. No need to ask me for permission. Have fun! Submitter Doublezero Submitted 09/28/2017 Category Clothing  
  5. UNPB Love Live Clothing

    Version 1.0.0

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    This is a clothing mod based on the outfits worn by characters in the Love Live! animated series. The goal for me is to do them all so check back for updates. How to obtain: You can obtain the clothing via a console command (help "Love Live" 0) and the lantern (help "lantern" 0). How to install: Extract the contents of the zip file into the Skyrim data folder. Requirements: An UNPB Body re-placer and all of it's requirements. HDT HighHeels System http://www.nexusmods.com/skyrim/mods/36213/ Credits: GomaPero - for GomaPero Poses v8. Besthesda - The maker of Skyrim and the Creation Kit Ousnius and Caliente - For BodySlide and Outfit Studio. Permissions: You're free to use this mod your own project. No need to ask me for permission. Have fun!
  6. Bethesda announces "Creation Club" (Paid Mods)

    Behold the future for Bethesda titles; barebone games where you have spend extra to get the full experience.
  7. Site addition suggestion

    Unfortunately there's no way to hide or opt out of the leaderboard without disabling it completely. When the developers dream up a big new idea that they feel gives them the upper hand over the competition they rarely give users the option to opt out. Having said that I'm willing to disable it if no one interested in it. It doesn't provide anything that's absolutely needed.
  8. Mathematics problems in Download section

    That's way IPS handles categories now. I'm hoping they fix it but it doesn't seem to be a high priority for them.
  9. Bethesda announces "Creation Club" (Paid Mods)

    They really blew an opportunity for some positive press if they had allowed season pass users to download mods for free. Instead they showed everyone how greedy they are. Good going Bethesda.
  10. nsfwmods.com Web Support Thread

    It a feature. Images on the homepage are sorted by recently updated.
  11. Bethesda announces "Creation Club" (Paid Mods)

    This statement is bizarre, as it completely side-steps the issue. It doesn’t matter whether or not the Creation Club is free. What matters is the “mini-dlc” within it. In a slew of emails from various representatives, Bethesda’s argument continued to devolve. They went on to claim that the Season Pass was only meant to cover six pieces of dlc. In other words, everything that isn’t the Creation Club. According to Bethesda, they chose not to disclose this information to avoid “spoilers.” The statement goes on to say that they informed everyone of the limits of the Season Pass once these content packs were released. So in short, they intentionally lied to consumers, only to reveal the truth long after they bought the product. How Should We Respond? When a group screws up like this, it’s only a matter of time before threats of legal action develop. We’ve talked about this before, but consumer protection laws get pretty complicated in the digital age. Things like video games, online contracts, and the internet, in general, are still relatively new. As a result, there’s a lot of a legal grey area and not a lot of legal precedent. It’s also worth noting that consumer protection laws are pretty weak in the US. Because of this, it’s doubtful Americans could take up legal action against Bethesda. The EU is a different story, however. In Europe, courts often side with consumers on these issues, especially when it comes to unclear or unfair contract terms. Still, are the time, effort, and resources necessary to form a lawsuit worth the cost of a season pass? That’s not for me to decide. The Point Look, I’m of two minds here. Morality aside, I think it’s a bit naive to think season pass holders will ever receive this content for free. It’s clear Bethesda never intended for the season pass to include everything, despite their own words. Regardless of what’s right, American players don’t have much of a case against Bethesda, and it’s more trouble than it’s worth to organize a lawsuit in the EU over a season pass. Still, this doesn’t excuse Bethesda’s shady, craven behavior, which is yet another blow to their floundering reputation. It’s further evidence of how blatantly sloppy and short-sighted this company seems to be. Their repeated, desperate attempts to introduce paid mods to the industry are eroding whatever goodwill they had left. What was once a spunky, passionate, if overly-ambitious company, has quickly become another example of the avarice and bumbling incompetence that is all too common in this industry. At the end of the day, this episode gave us a glimpse into Bethesda’s internal workings, and I don’t like what I’m seeing. https://comicsverse.com/fallout-4s-season-pass-include-creation-club-content/
  12. Bethesda announces "Creation Club" (Paid Mods)

    In short, Bethesda is planning on fixing this problem on the PC, but the Creation Club can’t work on “certain platforms” without it. So what does this mean? Well, when you cut through all the PR-speak, Bethesda is admitting that they can’t fix the problem on consoles, at least not without major restructuring from both themselves and the console manufacturers. Sure, they’re promising to fix this on PC, but the Creation Club isn’t geared toward PC-users in the first place. The core of this issue is for those who play on console, where hard drive space is limited and precious as it is. Based on this statement, it feels like Bethesda is shrugging their shoulders and giving up. For now, if you own FALLOUT 4, your console will continue to download every single mod released on the Creation Club without your consent. In the words of one forum-goer, Bethesda can’t find a way “out of their self-made quagmire.” Now, to be fair, the vagueness of this statement leaves room for future changes. Bethesda never goes into specifics on which platforms they’ll be fixing. They also claim that the hard drive bloat was due to requirements on “certain platforms.” Are these requirements still in place? Is there no way to circumvent them? If so, what sort of time and resources are necessary to do so? We can only parse this statement so much, however. I’m trying my best to dissect the vague words of a company that isn’t known for its clarity or honesty. Until further notice, it seems Bethesda has no plans on fixing this problem where it matters most. The Point If this doesn’t get fixed, it will be the death knell of the Creation Club. As of now, the Creation Club consists of skins, gear, and various items that can easily be found for free online. But when Bethesda pitched this program, they promised story-driven questlines and significant changes to the game. If they can’t stop clogging our consoles with every mod, this will be impossible. Imagine your hard drive filled with several expansion-sized mods you can’t even access without paying. It’s completely untenable. For that matter, won’t that happen regardless? Every mod, no matter how small, will continue to fill up our hard drives. Through sheer attrition, the Creation Club will slowly consume our consoles. I don’t see how long that can last without Microsoft and Sony stepping in. In the midst of all this vitriol, there comes a point where we have to ask: what is Bethesda thinking? I don’t mean that simply as an insult, nor am I questioning their ethically shady but logically sound business practices. I’m very literally wondering what their thought process is. The Creation Club is a fully developed system that Bethesda must have been working on for quite some time. It was mired in controversy long before it even released, and Bethesda must have known they needed to bring their A-game to change people’s perception of it. At what point did they think forcing players to download their bloatware would be a good idea? How could they not know this would happen? We’ve reached out to Bethesda for a statement, but did not receive a response. https://comicsverse.com/bethesda-may-not-able-fix-creation-clubs-bloatware-problem/
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