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#1 MagnusThorek



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Posted 10 February 2015 - 02:11 PM

Today I "finished" the last DLC of Morrowind (Bloodmoon). "Finished" because I didn't bother to do the sidequests nor the optional ones. For what matter to me, Morrowind is an overestimated game and I wasted 40 bucks with it, but that's not why I came here.
I'm about to start playing Oblivion but, again, I don't have a clue on how to start modding it. Like I asked in Morrowind section, for the first playthrough I don't plan to have it heavily modded, just the patches and very few graphics enhancements.
I tried Wrye Bash, I really did, but this application has something with me or I'm too stupid to understand its complexity.
I tried OBMM but it only handles this new format (to me) OMOD, and although some of the mods I've chosen are ready for this format, a few of them (namely, the Unofficial Patches) are in the same format as the majority of Skyrim's mods (compressed ESPs/ESMs).


Then I met OBMMEX, but right before download it I read the first lines saying something about TES Mod Manager, claiming this fixes bugs in OBMMEX, and by inertia, I've got this TMM first, ignoring OBMMEX, and although it handles both OMOD and 7Z mods it threw uncaught Exceptions in the few features I've tried to use. As a (rusty) developer this drives me crazy and, honestly, I kind of lose faith in such kind of Applications.
So what should I do now? Anyone can give me a (for god sakes, well written) direction to start?

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#2 hishutup


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Posted 10 February 2015 - 05:16 PM

I kinda have an oblivion guide. I will say it's a mess but its there.

If you do follow my guide then there will need to be some parts may need to be updated like replacing obge with oblivion reloaded but follow the green and you should be golden

Wb has a level of complexity. Obmm is superseded by TesModManager and it not a very good mod manager in my opinion.

As for morrowind use that compilation which the name has escaped me. There are a few issues though. I do not know if the issues were fixed in a released mod.
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#3 MagnusThorek



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Posted 11 February 2015 - 06:40 AM

I'm following the guide as much as I can but right now I'm back with the WB problem when I was about to BAIN mods, namely Streamline which is an executable.


I also skipped the OBGE section immediately before UOP because I don't know how install those BAIN.

Edited by MagnusThorek, 11 February 2015 - 07:36 AM.

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