Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition

While the mod debuted on PC in 2012, it has been continuously updated and improved. It was finally transferred by the “reigned” author in a special edition on April 21, so we included it in this week’s list. In any case, it’s definitely worth downloading to breathe some fresh air in the winter landscape of Skyrim.Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition – Weekly Nexus Mod Showcase And Review April 19-25

The next mod is another port from an old mod called Tasheni’s Ethnic Winterclothes. The author of the mod (Tasheni of course) has created tons of regular clothing items that look perfect in Skyrim. The author has gone to great lengths to ensure that the clothes are respectful of the traditions and the custom pieces are excellent in the game. There is a ton of variety introduced, and the mod presents itself as a replacement of clothes for the NPC, to a version that simply adds a seller for the player to buy these clothes.

The inspiration for the outfits comes from traditional fabrics manufacturing techniques such as “embroidery, leather crafts, beadwork, quilling and weaving”, according to the description of the mod. It really shows too, they fit perfectly into this Viking-inspired society, and ordinary Skyrim clothes seem dull and lifeless in comparison.