Skyrim Mods Add New Armor, Better Movement And Debris Cleanup

Alright, some new mods are in for The Elders Scroll V: Skyrim and come from modders LadyHorus, Kerberus14, Telamont and Testiger2. These new mods bring a large variety of armor, better animations for movement and civil war debris cleanup.

The first mod that’s up comes in by modder LadyHorus. This mod brings a load of new Tera armor for UUNP females and vanilla males. The long list of armor brings a fantasy yet mystical look to the game that you can either download over on NexusMods, or check out below thanks to Sinitar Gaming.

Bringing gradual movement and “realistic” walking and running animations to the table comes from modder Kerberus14. Honestly, I do like gradual movements and animations in games. Seeing a character click into an animation and abruptly jerk into another is always off putting. This mod seeks to fix that with “realistic” movements. You can download the mod over on NexusMods, or you can watch a video by LeagueFatigue showing the mod in action.

The third mod up by modder Telamont isn’t all that significant, but it does cleanup the area after the civil war. This can be initiated by talking to either Ulfric or General Tullius at any time after the conclusion of the quest.

Additionally, the reason why this mod is quite popular at the moment is because it doesn’t add any unnecessary changes to the game that could potentially crash your game, or disrupt scripts from working. Seeing how this mod cleans the area up you don’t need to take a short trip to the console command list to do so.

You can get this mod by heading over to NexusMods.


The last and final Skyrim mod on this list is by Testiger2. The mod offers some more leather armor for players to mess around with. The armor is present for both male and female characters and offers nine variants. The Leather Mashup Collection can be downloaded over on NexusMods, or you can watch Pixelgamer‘s video below.

You can find even more mods for The Elders Scroll V: Skyrim by hitting up NexusMods.


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    Damn, was hoping the movement mod fixed the shitty jumping. A lot of 3d games have these shitty jumps that lack weight, and you still slide around at full speed during the start (if there’s even a start anim) and landing animation.

    • Yep, I hate that about 3D jumping in games, too. One day in the far future maybe it’ll get fixed.