CIS is a no-script system to distribute mod content in-game.
About This Mod
This mod distributes Apokrytia’s Luxury Collection into Skyrim’s leveled lists and outfit templates, allowing his armor to be found in loot and on NPCs. In addition, this mod adds enchanted variants of his armor, based on vanilla enchanted gear.
*Note* This mod requires a set of “core files”. It will not “circulate” or “distribute” items by itself. Before installing this mod, please insure you’re running the latest version of CISCore.
What is CIS? The CIS (or “Circulated In Skyrim”) mods distribute items added by other mods that are otherwise unobtainable in-game without the use of console commands or scary scripts. Mods that add new items to Skyrim don’t always make them available to NPCs or lootable objects. The CIS series not only fixes this problem, but it also rebalances and adds new variants of modded items based on vanilla content. In some cases, CIS mods also repair minor bugs present in mod content.
What does this mod do, and how so? In a nutshell, the CIS series replaces items in Skyrim with leveled lists (LVLI), which makes it possible for different items (such as modded content) to be spawned in place of vanilla content. CIS mods override vanilla leveled lists (LVLI) and outfit templates (OTFT) using CIS-leveled lists (LVLI), which contain mod-content. When applicable, CIS mods also add new content (based on mod-content) to CIS-leveled lists, such as enchanted items. Tell me more!
- Lovers Lab (Requires registration)
- To add more enchanted variants of Luxury items
- To add more protective variants of Luxury items
- To balance the stats of Luxury items
Unzip the contents of the “LuxuryCollectionCIS” file within your “Data” folder inside of your Skyrim install folder. This mod must be placed BELOW “CISCore.esp” AND “LuxuryCollection.esp” in your load order.
Known Bugs and Errors
No (unfixed) bugs or errors have been reported so far.
Questions, comments or concerns
Feedback is deeply appreciated, and necessary to the improvement of my work. Are my mods working as intended? If not, please notify me straight-away. I want to insure that my mods are as universally-functional as possible. If you have any ideas or suggestions, let me know and I will consider them for future releases of my mods.
Why can’t I equip [insert Luxury item] with [insert Luxury item]? It is likely a conflict with Armor Slots. All apparel uses Armor Slots to determine what parts of the body they cover. Improperly assigned Armor Slots causes portions of characters to turn invisible. To make the Luxury Collection equipable by male and female NPCs without causing this bug, I needed to modify the Armor Slots of 100s of Luxury items. This unfortunately reduces the mix-and-matchability of many Luxury items, forcing them to be treated like vanilla apparel. However, Luxury items which are crafted, found via lootable objects (such as chests and wardrobes), and purchased use the originally assigned Armor Slots. They can be mix-and-matched as originally intended.
Will you make a “Circulated in Skyrim” patch for [insert mod]? Are you paying me? If not, probably not. The keyword is probably, not definitely.
What if I’m paying you? I wasn’t expecting that. . . uh, I’ll work for as long as I have Mountain Dew in my mug.
*Permissions* Feel free to modify my work to your heart’s content. You may share my (modified) work with others, but please provide a link to the original (download page) and do not host my mods on other sites without my prior permission. In the event that I cannot be contacted (within’ a month’s time), then you may distribute and host my work (to your heart’s content). However, I may revoke this privilege at any time.
Version 1.0.0 (Aug 29, 2018)
Minimum Requirements: CISCore v1.2.0, Luxury Collection
Added Ink Wells to shop vendors (which are used for crafting Luxury items)
Added a boatload of copies of Luxury Collection gear (made equipable by male and female characters)
Added a boatload of new Armor Addons (for use in copies of Luxury items mentioned above)
Added 6 enchanted variants of Luxury Collection gear (based on vanilla counterparts)
Added 3 enchanted variants of Luxury Collection gear (using CIS enchantments)
Changed Keywords of all Luxury Items to reflect new stats and distribution in Skyrim
Converted most Luxury items into Clothing (with the proper tags and stats) instead of Armor
Distributed Luxury Collection into CISCore and vanilla leveled lists
Fixed a boatload of Armor Addons (to prevent “inviso-body” bugs)
Made all Luxury Items craftable (via a Tanning Rack)
Made a boatload of Armor Addons allow male weight sliders (to prevent clipping when male characters equip Luxury items)
Rebalanced all Luxury items (in terms of armor rating, value and weight)
Removed “LUX” prefix from all Luxury items
Renamed all Luxury Collection Editor IDs (to a more-readable format)
Replaced male-meshes of a boatload of Armor Addons (to prevent “inviso-body” bugs and to match location of )