Translations are welcome, send me the file and I will put it up on the mod page. What makes Mod Drop evil is that it encourages theft and ignorance. At the absolute least, this means that the ModDrop team are doing a dangerously poor job of curating the content made available through their service. I guess this is like real life, tv series, sagas, stories, novels, and etc, there will always be the evil lurking, waiting to step up and attempt to defeat the good, a never-ending struggle. Wonder no more because Tyrannicon is at it again and the Predator has landed in Skyrim. Whatever amount you just thought, it's probably safe to divide by 10.
Modders Paid game developers like Elianora make professional grade mods, the community eats them up, and gets accustomed to the high quality. It's actually the primary focus of Creation Club. But i really dont understand one thing, why go to there when we already have a superb platform in nexus? I even made a client and server - with some mods copied over, just enough to show installation of a few complex packages - to demonstrate it. I've been using your mods for years and they've inspired me to create some of my own things. But if someone wants to download their mods for the same price as from the original source, with questionable quality, having no support - those people have only themselves to blame. Stuff like texture packs with a few options are easy to manually install.
It's actually the primary focus of Creation Club. . Which means that popular mod packs will just be mass redistribution of stolen mods, and there is no way to know which mod packs contain your work without befriending every user and checking their packs one by one. This is compatible with pretty much everything. This is an intensive competition where modders must strategize and collaborate together in order to release four mods in four different random categories from December 1st until the 31st.
You can use things I've created in Bethesda. She doesn't want to do this either, but atm this is the best game plan she has. Sometimes a few things slip past me, so drop me a note if you notice anything out of the ordinary. With that has come a lot of the things that come in a more serious environment - namely politics - with none of the supposed maturity or etiquette that exists in a professional or political environment. This doesn't exactly look inviting to me - not inviting enough to host mods there anyway. Fingers crossed and best of luck to you. But I have faith in our community that we will side with the good.
Thanks everyone for the many recommendations and your time especially smr1957 :! I used to use nexus mod manager, but then i git tired of how retarded and restricting it is, because it doesnt like most mods The only time I use any mod manager is when there are a million folders like LeanWolf's Better Shaped Weapons. I like your stuff so far, I remember seeing those steel weapons on the nexus. ModDrop effectively takes this away as mod authors will have no way of talking to their users and users have no way to say thanks to the author. If you're not willing to learn, then you don't deserve free mods. This Beginner's Guide may be for you. I really dislike the Nexus defacto monopoly. People like Elianora who are already paid by Bethesda are now officially recognized for their stupid shit paid development.
Mostly just being angry at the entitled little shits who walk all over modders like me Dude, I know that feeling all too well It's even worse at the Fallout 4 Nexus. We're not hugely popular 300 subscribers but you can be sure we will not ever support ModDrop or anything similar. I suppose it doesn't really put pressure on ModDrop themselves, but it does hopefully reduce the amount of people who will support ModDrop by getting the word out about it. I believe these ModDrop people have been around for quite a while, know what mod authors' thoughts on their theft is, and continued going with it anyway? If you are interested in armors there are 3,279 non skimpy mods of a total of 4,340. Therefore I respectfully request that you restore your mods, and, if I may suggest an alternative, place large banners at the top of the description, in the downloads list, and in the screenshots.
I'm also not interested in the least in the highly stylized, ultra-feminine agrb that looks like it would be better placed on a Broadway stage than a medieval farmhouse. The team has released an official trailer announcing that we will be able to play in Bruma as early as Summer 2014. Mind you I am a person who is generally very anti-mod removal but this is one of the few times I've seen where not only is it entirely justified, but actually seems like the best course to get tangible results. That reads like an attempt to change status quo, but an attempt that hasn't yet worked. Cloudflare is part of the Nexus's attempts to do precisely that. Basically trying to make distributing and getting Skyrim mods a lot less of a pain, and have mod managers and clients not tied to one specific site cough nexus cough. Oh and horribly scenes of violence and carnage just like Skyrim.
If they're ripping you off, you're totally justified. And in a way, did what ModDrop does, but with different goal and intent and no ads or moneys in any way. So I'd personally say it's more useful to just enable people to enjoy the mods they want to enjoy again. GamerPoets posted a great video, explaining in much greater detail than I did here exactly what ModDrop is, and why it's a severely flawed mod management system: Elianora's official Facebook page: Elianora's Post on Reddit: Reddit post: ModDrop - What's this all about? Here's hoping other popular modders will join you in this protest and that something good comes out of this. But that's just my opinion, after all. Tundra Homestead comes fully furnished, unlike all other houses except in. They've got like 30 followers on twitter and I would guess only a handful of actual users.
Mostly just being angry at the entitled little shits who walk all over modders like me Dude, I know that feeling all too well It's even worse at the Fallout 4 Nexus. I can see how it may have been useful as a temporary, initial action, since we can all see how much discussion it generated. I have exclusively released them here on LoversLab. Mostly just being angry at the entitled little shits who walk all over modders like me Dude, I know that feeling all too well It's even worse at the Fallout 4 Nexus. Please be as specific as possible about the code that you suspect was used and provide as much proof as possible. Many of us, myself included, are starting their holiday vacations now and will be setting up new games only to find that Apocalypse and others are gone.