I purposefully waited on playing No Man's Sky when the Frontier's Update came out for two reasons. First to allow the new Season 3 to start and secondly to allow mods to be updated for the new version. Here are some of them:
By Zaric Zhakaron at 9/08/2021
This loadout is a straight-up continuation on my previous Origins Playthrough. Most of the time I tned to restart NMS on major updates, but this time I'll just stick with the previous episodes I've already put up on YouTube:
By Zaric Zhakaron at 12/16/2020
This loadout takes advantage of ESL flagged files to have over 440 plugins. While there is no Genesis or Sands of time in this loadout (yet), I expect it to crash and burn eventually considering the number of files running in it.
Not only does it contain almost all of the supported Legacy of the Draognborn V5 mods, but it also contains various game-play overhauls. There are no ENBs or major graphical enhancements other than textures and re-meshes. The loadout has over a dozen new lands, hundreds of new quests, thousands of new items, and many, many changes to skills and overall game-play. Again, I expect it to explode.
To top it off we are NOT running this in Windows.
By Zaric Zhakaron at 10/23/2020
Tedious Travel has been replaced by Travel Options, which not only gives you the choice between instant fast travel or time accelerated travel like Tedious Travel uses, but it also has integration with the test build for Basic Roads 0.5. So that's what we'll be doing this round, is testing roads in Daggerfall.
By Zaric Zhakaron at 9/24/2020
Getting Started: Elder Scrolls Daggerfall Guide to New Players | FREE Download, Unity Engine, Character Builds, More
By Zaric Zhakaron at 7/23/2020
After getting my new computer set up, I created a new install of Daggerfall Unity, grabbing the old save files from my previous computer. While this playthough does use the saves from the old Meaner Monsters loadout, the loadout has been expanded to add advanced armor degradation, a load of extra items and features including hunting and survival mechanics when traveling the wilderness.
By Zaric Zhakaron at 5/13/2020
The new computer's ready, but I'm not quite ready to do a new Skyrim Run or follow through on my original plans to create a concurrent Fallout 76 and Fallout 4 Horizon play.
We are still a few days away from recovering the data from my old hard drive to continue the Daggerfall Run we were doing, so let's break Oblivion with my favorite mods!
By Zaric Zhakaron at 5/10/2020
This loadout combines a lot of quality of life features, with supported mods for Legacy of the Dragonborn, and finally Genesis increased Dungeon Spawns.
By Zaric Zhakaron at 12/18/2019
So for this Elder Scrolls 2 Daggerfall Loadout in the Unity Engine. A lot of the mods used in this like "Warm Ashes" and the "Quest Pack" need to be installed for a new playthrough or problems can occur. It's obviously experimental.
By Zaric Zhakaron at 9/28/2019
Like many of my more recent loadouts, it uses Genesis and Sands of time, which are notorious for breaking breakthroughs, therefore this loadout is mostly "for the lols" and I'm planning on live-streaming a new character with it just for fun.
By Zaric Zhakaron at 8/04/2019
This Crafting, Survival, and Exploration loadout for OpenMW is open for testing. Bare in mind this Loadout for OpenMW carries some incompatible add-ons that will occasionally cause an odd water fountain to appear where it shouldn't be and things of that nature. -- Minor graphical problems in very select locations that shouldn't stop any gameplay from working properly.
In exchange we get basic survival mechanics, extra enemies, extra loot, extra landmass.
If you want a more "flawless" experience, remove Necessities of Morrowind and Morrowind Crafting and you'll get the same expanded world, same sets of enemies, same expanded loot, same rebalanced systems, but it will be missing the crafting and survival elements.
Even without the mentioned mods, a Mashed Patch is required, extremely easy, just open up Wrye Mash, to go File, and Create Patch. Enable it in the launcher, drag it to the bottom of the load order and you are done. It'll make sure all the mods that modify the drop tables are all able to add their entries to the list.
By Zaric Zhakaron at 3/30/2019
So you where given Morrowind for free by Bethesda for the Elder Scrolls Anniversary? This is a simple guide to help you get started with OpenMW and a couple major Fix Mods for a (Mostly) vanilla experience. See the video below.
By Zaric Zhakaron at 3/27/2019
This loadout is more for just exploring the world and having fun with something that'll prolly break.
By Zaric Zhakaron at 3/16/2019