A land once known only as a whisper. I've been using the Silver Peak Lodge: But I've used it in nearly 20+ playthroughs after restarting over and over again. Finish building your home 3. Antennaria has a ethereal fantasy feel. When you reach the bridge you have made it to the home. It's luxurious without being extravagant, which fits right in near Riverwood.
Like our videos and want to support us? The open layout feels airy so you don't feel cooped up indoors like many Skyrim homes. They are hiding dark memories, shrouded in mystery. Castle Valdmire - Multiple Adoption Friendly. This is awesome for 3 reasons 1. Add what you like and remove what you hate! Also, did I mention the house is right on top of a Forsworn camp? Mammoth Manor is my favorite practical reasonable size home that comes with a separate lake side sauna cabin. Other features include being able to make your own honey, family crests, traders, your own guards, treasure room, and best of all — your own bathtub. So I've been using the Northwind Keep player home mod by KianXavior , and I love it so far; it really fits my lone-wolf-type character.
But there is a solution that seems to work for all: 1. You wanted a pet right? You may have to route them out and try disabling some other mods you may have. It is your home, build it how you choose! Fits in well with bondage themes. Did you use both Serenity v1. Also the same author has Lakeview Extended which fills out the Hearthfire home with a villa, pool, and guards.
I'm happy with my absolutely stable game. The barrel is only there for convenient storage, you need to have the materials on your person :p Q. Its not practical to even try, instead use this mod: Spouses can live anywhere, Its better than the vanilla system. It says I do not have enough materials, but they are in the barrel! You construct the home however you like! It's not too big, but I don't feel cramped in it. The few that I've found stable that meet your many beds requirement from my view would be:. Finding house mods with at least 40+ beds or even just a place with the space for beds so that beds can be added with the positioner mod is hard.
I have one house I like already but one thing Ive been looking for in houses is something that isn't always so damn close to literally the start of the game. You can even plant your own garden if you need a break. It's also great for followers not piling on top of each other. After trying many large and small home mods this is the only one I still use regularly. Also available is a hidden lair that can reflect Werewolves or Vampires! Well, besides all of that, the house mod has more advantages than disadvantages. Its sensible, making it more realistic 3. It also has a lot of rooms for my followers and a good size trophy room, it even has a children's bedroom if I ever want to adopt them, and mostly it's not too big or also not too small.
Do you keep followers in seperate places perhaps? In the Basement, the inactive bookshelf, there is a button behind a wooden pillar, right behind where the Mannequin on the right is. You can even plant your own garden if you need a break. Do you want to adopt kids? Black Marsh is a land of alien beauty, populated by a people embittered by millennia of oppression. Home mods are fun to have around even if you don't live in them. Only bad thing about this house mod is that it's on top of a stupid Forsworn camp. Want a small fortress, complete with gardens, smithys, tannerys, and more? I've probably spent a total 5 hours looking through house mods on the nexus. The shadows of the past reach beyond the Sea of Ghosts.
My vampire character uses , which is amazing for most of my needs, but it has a few issues that the mod author sadly doesn't want to be bothered to deal with, and I simply don't know well enough to fix it's odd because he still provides support on the page, though I have reservations about how helpful his support is I've thought about trying to find another vampire castle, but that one simply seems to have the most to it and I've jury rigged a couple of the problems away and simply try to avoid the others. The is the more stable variant that likewise gives them something to be pre-occupied with in one general area. I can second the recommendations for Aemer's refuge and Rayek's End. To that end, I like using Rayek's End along with Riverside Lodge. Build your home to reflect it! Without more info we can't make good recommendations. Wipe the slate clean and see for yourself a world frozen in time.
Most house mods are always too small or simply too big or they're located in a pathetic region like The Rift or next to Windhelm or next to Whiterun, which makes the game too easy and kind of immersion breaking. Would you risk your life to embark on an adventure into unknown territory? We've covered a ton of other great house mods that deserve to be in the list and you can find them all here: 10. Great for an assassin, thief, vampire, or other recluse. I would like to see something like it added to Fallout 4 where relocating allies is a massive headache sometimes. Home to some of the most ambitious and awe-inspiring add-on content in modern gaming, the scene remains as vibrant today as it was back when Skyrim first released in 2011, or when Oblivion debuted before that… Cross the border into the Aldmeri Dominion, and visit the Khajiiti kingdoms of Anequina and Pelletine, a diverse series of landscapes that ranges from nomad-travelled steppes to tropical rainforest. Requires hearthfire and let's you decide what to build out of it's premade selections. Both have tons of bed, space to play around.