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HEAVY METAL Skyrim Main Menu Replacer & Randomizer 1.0.1

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Watch the video that is what I made it for guys.

Pretty much everything you need to know is in the video so help a brother out and watch it all!

(Video is found in the Video section or found HERE)

 

This mod is a main menu wallpaper replacer with a built-in randomizer. It does not require any seperate mods to make it work. This mod also removes the Bethesda Creation Club Updates News section in the upper right hand corner of the main menu because well that is damn well annoying!

 

All music is Royalty Free and safe to use in your monetized live streams.

 

Music by: Alexander Nakarada (www.serpentsoundstudios.com)

Licensed under Creative Commons BY Attribution 4.0 License
https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

 

Additional Music by: Brandon Strader

 

Install:

 

Use a mod manager. I highly recommend using Mod Organizer 2. As MO2 is my mod manager of choice I can provide any troubleshooting assistance concerning usage with MO2 however I am unable to provide Vortex support as I do not use Vortex and do not know the program at all

 

Known Issue:

 

When using Mod Organizer 2, sometimes you might notice that the music doesn't change upon reloading the game. The fix for this is fairly simple, go into your overwrite folder and delete the "music" folder found there. There seems to be a glitch where it copies the last music played into overwrite, and I am not quite sure how to fix it other than the process I just described.

Support Issue:

 

I have said in the past that I am all about Mod Organizer 2. I do not and will not ever use Vortex and never install it. I don't even know what the program looks like short of a few screenshots I have seen. Also I will never use NMM again. That being said i can only offer support for Mod Organizer 2 issues. If you use Vortex or NMM and have problems, I am not the guy to ask.

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