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I'm pretty simple on this one If a mod has a half baked description and very few relevant photos, that's an almost instant "pass-up" from me. If I find that it's more trouble than it's worth then I will walk away from the mod. Dewderson Damn Even I didn't see that power armor.
See, i can even think that the character is beautifull or the body is gorgeous, but no no. If the mod then poses a potential conflict I will run a search for compatibility.
Those that trickle through my picky radar will be given a fair assessment thereafter. I enjoy sexy clothes mods on a case by case basis and only if the meshes and textures are good.
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Especially ones that have been out for a long time and the author hasn't fixed their mod. Though if people want to run around in a bikini with Babybat that's their prerogative not mine. When I'm done with the quest sI uninstall what I don't want to keep, and keep whatever I want to keep. They arent bad, its just that the appearance I found odd Super OP weapons that are one hit kill that are player only. Usually nifskope stuff like nifskope weapons. As far as skimpy mods and lore breaking, I've worked as a bouncer at a strip club and I know that I'm just playing a game at the end of the day.
I dont do building mods anymore but I love Thematic and Practical. Because the question is a little vague, I'm going to answer it in two ways. I like to make sure mods make sense in my load order. Like Clouds buster sword in Fallout never understood that one. Mods that are Usually, or atleast in my belief done in bad tastes, essentially deed to insult people or mods that tend to pay tribute to hate groups and the like Fallout 4 as an example is a very visual game, so mods that dont look right.
I think a bunch of you misunderstood the question. Not saying about mods that i replace for others, it happens a lot. One reason I dropped Skyrim's Wyrmstooth with one character, for example, is because I had to deal with an Imperial quest giver and my character hated Imperials. I use and like the vaut guy replacer, though.
What makes me walk away from a mod I've downloaded I'm generally very picky about what mods I will download from the get-go. Di3sIrae wrote: After all, i do not consider myself a pervert, maybe i just like some things that others find weird hahah Let's be honest Di3sIraewe're all perverts in some way or another. I've come to appreciate the lore a little bit more than I did in the past, I guess seeing batman armor really drove that home for me. That makes sense, acutally. Slapping vanilla stuff together looks ugly to me. I always install six weapon mods, at least one clothing mod, at least one companion and at least one quest mod.
[fo4] mods that replace vault boy with vault girl?
Yes, i enjoy pics and stuff, but for mods, i am more restrict. Any mod that breaks immersion and isn't lore friendly. In Skyrim though, I haven't played many Quest mods. Just about everyone on planet earth is. I will drop a mod from my mod list if I notice problems that cannot be resolved after testing. Quest mods. It all ends in what we like or not :p. I always, always, always read the description and check the forums first for mention of bugs. I'm probably guilty of this on my very first few mods, but it's the people who continuously don't care that get to me.
Or mods that have a good idea but users tell that is buggy or even doesn't work in a way i find usefull for me. See, i may have a sexy nurse outfit, or even an open vaultsuit, but i dislike oversized bodies too. Pretty much this im not a prude or anything but I am not a big fan of slooty mods becasue it breaks immersion for me.
Maybe the screenshots and description tell you one thing, and in game it is not what you expected. Besides that, I will not use joke mods. Not in my game About Shadman Having a realistic nude in magazine covers or paintings is OK for me, but anime and too much explicit pics, i pass. I also dont like the 4x type scopes with wrong reticles and when you aim down the sights, theres the black background and you only see through a big circle on the screen.
Everything what has "Shadman" on it is a big No-No-No for me. What makes me walk away from a mod I'm deciding whether or not I want to download I usually 'Track' an awful lot of mods on the Nexus with a view to checking them out at a later point. I should say i prefer the 'light' mods hahah In Skyrim, for example, i already had interest in using some SexLab mods, because of quests and other interesting mods, but never installed.
Overly Sexualized characters Like many examples posted on the Nexus where the Chest, hips, or butt are so big that they wouldn't be able to run, tumble or raise a firearm to engage a target also fall in this category for me. I will also walk away from a mod that I find to be unlorefriendly after testing or perhaps one that destroys performance even on my Ti rig, which I'm always happy to brag about bleh.
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In Skyrim i have lots of them, and all installed, even after i finish, because most add itens that you can use after. Humm, "ichigoz" said mods that i would uninstall, so let's see. I feel an urge to kill myself when I see it.
I don't know, i just can't take off them, because they are part of the world after i initiated hahaha. Now its okay to have an outfit that is sexy but isnt overly so. If i install any mod and later i see that it somewhat do not make me happy while playing the game, then it is out.
And loli. I can't be dealing with mods that require 10 other mods and 4 tools that need to be installed in order of prime s or some such.
Poor textures too But i usually read everything and see all the screenshots before downloading and installing anything, so less problems for me :p But as everyone is saying mods that they would avoid downloading, well I like skimpy and sexy things. This has really only been the case with a couple armor mods, where the first person and third person textures did not match, or my character's arms did not exist in first person.
After all, i do not consider myself a pervert, maybe i just like some things that others find weird hahah Oh well, and mod avoid anything that i see Shadman is not well made, or not interest me. With wearing overly provocative clothes I have seen some crazy things that pass for clothes, and apparently local law enforcement doesn't do anything about them So yeah clothes Also, mods that require a plethora of other mods just to use Just give proper credits.
I was talking mostly about Fallout New Vegas, since I don't play Skyrim much anymore it's become so unstable that I can't play it for more than fallout minutesand there I'm more of a "Start playing, finish mods, stop playing" kind of guy, since I already finished just about everything in it that I want to finish. Sentience wrote: I'm pretty simple on this one Usually that's a pretty good indicator of the quality though.
It was ichigoz wrote: What makes you uninstall a mod? Not "What makes you not download a mod". With big quest mods, I always, if I can, try and watch a few Let's Play videos of the mod in question and get a feel for it. And when they did, I never found any that seemed good.
I like realism for weapons, its a must for me, it immerses me more. I always review the comments before installing to avoid that scenario. There's just so much stuff in Skyrim that I've never done, Quest mods never really came to mind. I will only download a mod that isn't lore friendly if the said mod is very high quality and is in good taste. If you take the time to make something, then be proud of it if you're going to display it publicly, don't just slap it up and say "hey it's a mod download it" An actual few lines of informative text can go a long way, with even photos as the selling point.
I may, but not always, walk away from downloading a mod if the installation is of labyrinthian proportions. But Skimipy armor mods are still not something I invest in for skyrim or for fallout if you like it thats fine but all and all its Mods that aren't lore friendly and cant be made lore friendly meaning it doesn't fit the world at all even if you tried to make up a reason why.
I also wish to know if it 'works' for the character I will be roleplaying. On GUN, I don't see this problem, because we all know what we're trying to accomplish as a community here. Generally, I will discard a mod if I find it to be incompatible with more salient mods in my load order. Unrefined mods.
Sometimes i don't even use the items, but keep the mod on anyway. See how well made it is, how bug or not it is, how good the story and voice acting is, etc.