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I have been unable to find anything in the scripts about kings having different personalities. And yet people do seem to find that kings behave in the same way and lords having different personalities is well established. In terms of explaining the behavioural differences you ask about (feasts, diplomacy, allocating conquests, lord relations) and others, ...


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As an answer to this question: No, you do not need to keep the mod archive files that you have downloaded. NMM seems to make a copy of these archives in the directory you setup for each game. The archives you download from the Nexus or other sites can safely be deleted.


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You should definitely be using LOOT on PC as it takes 99% of the guess work out of load orders. The previous version of LOOT (known as BOSS) worked on a masterlist system where it could order every single mod it knew into an order it knew worked, based on community feedback. However, it had the problem of not knowing what to with mods that it didn't ...


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In general as GeneralMike said, use a 3rd party tool on PC. When running a fairly to heavily modded game, the built-in version from Bethesda sometime crashes as it forgets to activate DLCs. As a general rule for organization: official esm (normal as they have to be on top) Unofficial Patches should be the first esms after the official files other esm ...


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There's really no way to fix it now unless you reinstall the game, but in the future, when installing mods to GTA V, follow these steps: Open OpenIV and install the ASI Loader and such under 'tools > ASI Manager'. Make sure you install all 3 items by clicking "install" next to each one When you go to edit any RPF or important file, or you go to replace ...


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This could be a bannable offense, but given Bioware's effective abandonment of the game at this point (and their general statement of not caring as long as it wasn't a massive advantage over other players when it comes to modding) they don't really seem to care anymore (hence the reason we see modded maps/gamemodes in public lobbies, things like credit ...


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If you want to install a mod, you put the zip in the mods folder. You will however need to have forge installed first. I recommend using the installer to do so. The mods folder will appear on the start of your minecraft AppData/ApplicationSupport folder. Note that sometimes zip files have to be extracted, because they contain another zip in them. If you ...


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You could change the global spawn point via /setworldspawn but I have a feeling that is not what you mean, so I'll have to dive into this myself and see what I can do.


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here you could download craftbukkit free https://tcpr.ca/downloads/craftbukkit and then you will eddit your start.bat with the name of the file somthing like this java -Xmx1024M -Xms1024M -jar craftbukkit-1.9.2.jar nogui pause and start the start.bat file and put your plugins in the plugin file


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I cannot give you a 100% certain answer, but if the grass in this world was a pastel-y blue-green then this may be one of the many Aether dimensions from one of the mods you are using. You probably won't have done much to the giant zombie as you likely missed the hit-box as they are not well-placed on them.



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