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So last time I wrote about Skyrim Mods, I asked for people’s suggestions on what mods to use. I thought it might be fun to list a bunch of the mods I have and provide links to where you can download them all. I’m fairly certain that all the mods I have listed here are also available on Steam if that happens to be your method of playing Skyrim.

Guard Dialogue Overhaul…?
Updates the Guard dialogue to be much more diverse and has them comment more specifically on your accomplishments in the game rather than repeating the same dialogue over and over again.
Flyable Broomsticks…
Adds a crafting recipe and a levitation spell that makes brooms flyable. Be a witch!
Adds footprints for when you run in snow or ash. Makes animals and dragons leave prints as well. Good for hunter immersion.
The Paarthurnax Dilemma…
Makes it so you can still be a blade without having to kill Paarthurnax.
Adds rainbows under very specific and rare weather conditions.
Splash of Rain…
Adds rain splashes to uncovered areas and makes plants react to it. Also adds ambient rain sounds while indoors.
Helgen Reborn…
A massive quest to rebuild Helgen. Fully voice acted and scripted. Remarkably well done. Help the townsfolk rebuild the damaged city from the opening segment of the game. Lots of perks and includes a player home. Highly recommend it!
Run for your lives + When Vampires Attack……
Makes the NPC characters run inside during a Dragon or Vampire attack respectfully. Unfortunately they are not compatible with each other (can result in towns becoming deserted because everyone is hiding inside even when an attack isn’t happening). So I strongly recommend you pick whichever one you think will be most valuable to your gameplay style.
Enhanced Wetness and Puddles…
A simple mod that enhances the wetness to areas around water. Adds some amazing subtle effects to Markarth which I really love. It does, however, conflict with Realistic Water Two due to both trying to update meshes and textures. I recommend installing Realistic Water Two first then installing Wetness and Puddles. If it asks you to overwrite something, hit skip. That should solve any conflicts.
Realistic Water Two…?
Overhauls all the water effects and enhances them accordingly. An absolutely AMAZING mod that takes the generic water effects and makes it 10x more realistic. I HIGHLY recommend this mod.
Cutting Room Floor…?
Adds content that was originally cut from the game. Not necessary but just kinda cool to see stuff that could’ve been there.
Destroy the Thieves Guild…?
Allows you to wipe out everyone in the Thieves Guild and put corrupt officials in jail in Riftin. For people like me who hated thief quests this is an awesome additional quest.
Beautiful Cities…?
A simple mod to enhance all the cities around the world to be a little more pretty. Adding trees and foliage here and there. Extremely unobtrusive, this mod doesn’t go into overkill and compliments the gameplay extraordinarily well. I highly recommend it if you wanna just spice up your towns just a tad.
Point the Way…?
Adds more signs to the roads so you don’t have to keep checking your map to figure out where you’re going. A very simple but effective mod.
Lanterns on the Roads…?
Another unobtrusive mod that adds lanterns along the road to make them seem more active. Helpful for people who play with realistic lighting mods.
Wearable Lanterns…?
Makes it possible to fuel lanterns and attach them to your body while traveling. Again, very useful for people who play with realistic lighting mods, and helps you see better in caves.
This mod makes it so that when enemies cry out “mercy, please don’t kill me” they don’t just get right back up and try to attack you. Instead they become neutral, allowing you to pickpocket them 100%. For people like me who like to play honorable characters, this is a godsend! I hated having to kill people who begged for mercy.
Smelting - A Way to Recycle…?
This mod allows you to melt down swords and armor you have into ingots. Just a simple mod that makes the immersion a lot better as it gives you the ability to get rid of worthless swords and trade them in for material to craft better stuff with.
Get Drunk…?
Another simple mod that just enhances the immersion. Wine and other alcoholic beverages will distort the visuals for a period of time and sometimes cause you to stumble. The effects also stack, so don’t drink like 30 Skoomas in a row, ok?
Dragon Souls to Attributes…?
This adds a shrine up on High Hrothgar that you can meditate under to convert Dragon Souls to Perks. 10 Dragon Souls equals 1 Perk. Great for players like me who have more Dragon Souls than levels, plus it’s kinda costly so it keeps you from abusing it.
Perseid’s Inns and Taverns - Realistic Room Rental…?
This mod changes the Inns and Taverns in Skyrim to look different from each other. In addition it allows you to rent rooms for longer than one day. Also, each inn has a different stay price, so not all inns cost a measly 10 coins. Poor Taverns have little money, and popular Taverns have lots of money. It’s a great enhancement to Skyrim’s boring Tavern look. Only two downsides. Due to the added dialogue, the NPC’s might not speak the words to certain questions. Not a problem if you have captions on. Also you might need this update to fix some mesh errors:…?
Immersive Beds…?
Adds a simple “going to bed” animation. Compatible with Hearthfire houses and Dawnguard vampire coffins.
Generous Dovahkiin…?
Adds a simple dialogue box that increases the amount of money you can give to vagabonds. Also allows you to give sweet rolls to children. Doesn’t actually change much, just makes you feel better about those poor people on the streets.
Training Dummies and Targets Upgrade…?
This mod makes it so that hitting Training Dummies and Targets will increase your levels. So they actually DO help you train!
Shrine Worshipers and Pilgrims…?
This mod adds pilgrims who travel to specific shrines to worship the gods they believe in. It just enhances the immersion by giving these people something to do. They travel in caravans and go from town to town. Sometimes you can trade with traders.
Get Snowy…?
A very simple mod that enhances the colder areas quite effectively. It just adds accumulated snow to your body if you’re out in a snowstorm. It affects all animals, creatures, and NPC’s too. Makes places like Winterhold College much more realistic. Also works great for Frostbite and Survival mods.
Winter is Coming + Cloaks of Skyrim…?…?
Adds a variety of different cloaks to the NPC of Skyrim. You can use animal pelts to make fur coats or linen wrappers to make cloth ones. Each town and region has their own cloak for guards. There is a patch that makes both these mods compatible too. It just helps enhance the world more.
Bandolier - Bags and Pouches…?
Adds craftable pouches that you can wear to help increase your carrying capacity. You can wear more than one at a time, and there are different sized bags you can craft, giving you a lot of options to upgrade your carrying.
GuruSRs Divorce…?
This makes one of the Mara shrines at the Temple of Mara divorce you from your current mate. This is helpful for players who have lost a spouse but can’t remarry.
Skyrim Toy Story…?
Adds craftable toys to give to your children. They won’t play with them, but it’s just something to help your immersion a bit more.
This mod adds the large waves from Dragonborn to areas around Skyrim’s coast. Works pretty well but can look odd at times. Just another enhancement to make the environment feel more alive.
Wet and Cold…?
Makes the environment feel more realistic by making NPC characters dress up according to the weather. It also adds effects like cold breath for when NPC talk, to drip effects when you get out of water. Very subtle effects but well worth the investment I think.
Green Water Fix…?
This is a simple mod to fix an underwater glitch that I started to encounter where I couldn’t view anything when I went below the water.
Marriable Serana…?
This just makes it so that you can marry Serana after a certain point in the Dawnguard questline. I’ve installed it but I think I messed up my chances somehow.
Populated Lands, Roads, and Paths…?
This mod adds more NPC characters who travel along the roads. Anyone from Adventurers you can hire as followers, Thieves looking to mug you, or Hunters to trade with. Just makes Skyrim less... desolate.


Big thanks to everyone who gave me advice on which mods to install and recommended ones to try out!
  • Listening to: Tales of the Tongue
  • Reading: The Cats of Skyrim
  • Watching: Helgen get Reborn
  • Playing: Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
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Nocturnal-Dayz Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2013
Excellent list of mods here. It kind of makes me wonder why Bethesda themselves didn't add stuff like this in an update or something. If only I had a powerful enough computer, I'd be all over these mods. Perhaps someday, though.
djblaser Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2013
be warned !! as you start to download mods u will discover "skse" be sure to back up your game skyrim data folder first... cause chances are even with video assistance you will mess up the first time.. juss so ya know!!
RotRubin Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Verifying your game cache fixes your files 100% if you screw up, so there's no need for that, especially considering the Data folder is almost 10GB.

Also Gophers tutorial on how to install it is fairly straightforward, if you have any trouble installing it.
ahmeyt05 Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2013
Some more suggestions:

Ars Metallica - Smithing Enhancement: Gain smithing skill from smelting, making leather, and mining. Also allows you to smelt your weapons and armor into ingots. If you get this you should probably remove Smelting - A Way to Recyle. I reckon they would conflict.

Dragon Soul Relinquishment: Allows you to get perks with dragon souls. You can set the ratio in SkyUI MCM menu. It also lets you upgrade your shouts with dragon souls. As you progress the game some of your shouts become very weak. This mod aims to solve that. You can also reduce your shout recharge time, increase your carry amount among other things. Same as above with Dragon Souls to Perks.

Better Dialogue Controls: No more choosing the wrong dialogue option. The mod fixes the selection to middle dialogue option and your cursor always works to change the selection whereas in vanilla game one of the options got stuck selected and you activate wrong dialogue option.

Blades Samurai Armour and Kimonos: Adds craftable samurai armor and kimonos for Blades faction. I think it also adds samurai weapons but that might be another mod related to this. I don't remember now.

Civil War Overhaul: Needs a new character (game) to play correctly. It makes the civil war much better. If you thought the vanilla quest was lackluster, you can try this some time.

Dragonborn Armor v2: Adds tiered craftable Dragonborn armors to game. Now you don't have to mix heavy and light armor to achieve Dragonborn armor that is in the game trailer. If you like roleplaying as Dragonborn you might like it.

DragonsEnhanced: Makes the dragons tougher to kill, so that the fights are more enjoyable with them. There is another mod called DeadlyDragons. It makes them god-like. This is not so much. This also makes dragons use new shouts as far as I'm aware.

Enhanced Skyrim Factions - The Companions Guild: Makes the Companions quest line a bit more believable adding some new dialog. Currently they are not voiced, so you will need subtitles. It also makes joining and progressing in the guild harder adding more quests.

Fantasy Soundtrack Project: If you get tired of Skyrim soundtrack, this mod is simply amazing. You can either replace soundtrack fully with free/legal fantasy sounds or have them besides vanilla sounds. Makes my game much more enjoyable.

Immersive Armors: Brings more variety to all the armors including the ones NPCs wear. Not compatible with Lawrens RNG Guards if by chance you have it. This information is not available anywhere. I found it out the hard way.

Immersive Weapons: Same but for weapons.

Inconsequential NPCs: Don't be fooled by its name. I suggest you check it's nexus description page. There are various NPCs this mod adds. It brings life to cities which are... let's be honest a bit better than ghost towns. Adds a bunch of lore friendly NPCs.

Interesting NPCs: Adds some fully custom, fully voiced NPCs to Skyrim. Some of which can be followers. Some give you quests. Best script in all the mods I played so far. I find the dialogue even better than Skyrim's own. If you get this, get a drink before talking to one of these, they have extensive dialogue. Again you should check its nexus page.

KenMOD - Skip Bethesda intro: Does what it says. (no NMM install support, install manually and check in mod list in NMM later).

KenMOD - Time on loading screen: Shows you your computer time on loading screens. Compatible with other loading screen mods such as Lore-Based Loading Screens and The Elder Scrolls General Loadscreen Replacer. I suggest the second one if you are going to use one.

OBIS - Organized Bandits In Skyrim: Ever felt Bandits were too weak? Too few in numbers? This fixes that and also adds bandit factions to the game. They have their own custom shields. I think this also adds bandits to roads between forts but I'm not sure about that.

OneTweak: Fixes double cursor bug and does two other tweaks which I don't use but they are useful. (no NMM install support, install manually and check in mod list in NMM later).

Radiant and Unique Potions and Poisons HD: Replaces potion and booze bottle textures with better ones.

Random Alternate Start: Randomizes Alternate start. If you don't have interest in Alternate Start mods, don't look at this. This doesn't need other mods to run. It is standalone.

SafetyLoad: Fixes inifinite loading screen bug.

SKSE -Elys- AltF4: Enable Alt-F4 quit function and lets you use your keyboard sound controls when Skyrim is on. Needs SKSE as you can understand from its name.

Skyrim Flora Overhaul: Does what it says. It is beautiful.

Skyrim Shadow Striping Fix: Fixes weird shadow forms on people's faces etc inside poorly lit places.

Sounds of Skyrim - Civilization:
Sounds of Skyrim - The Dungeons: They add ambient sounds to the game. Great for better immersion imo.

Superior Lore-Friendly Hair - HD textures: Better hair texture. With this everyone gets rid of that hay pile in their head and gets a realistic and nicer looking hair.

Thundering shouts: Adds subtle thunder effect to your shouts. Similar to an OP Draugr Overlord shout which usually flings you across the dungeon. It only adds sound effect.

True Medieval Tavern Music: Adds very old real tavern music to inns. Great mod.

Ultra Realistic Bow Shoot Sounds: Replaces now sounds with real bow sounds.

Unique Dragon Priest Masks - HD textures: Not really lore friendly but they look great. They are different, badass, so I don't care :D

All of the above can be found on Skyrim Nexus. I might have forgotten a few that required manual installation and some may require SKSE to run.
Kalnaur Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You know what actually ticks me off, even though I love the Thieves Guild and Dark Brotherhood quest?  I can't kill Maven Blackbriar; she's actually flagged as unkillable.  I should know, I put an arrow in her head, hacked away with a sword, nothing.  You can get her down to kneeling, but nothing past that.  :|

There's a mod I should look for; freeing the DB and TG from her controlling influence. :D
TomPreston Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You can put her in jail with te mod I listed.
Kalnaur Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
That's really not sufficient for my bloodlust, but good to know anyway.  ;)

If she must be a necessary evil, I'd rather keep her around so the thief and assassin quests stay; those are generally my favorites anyways.
RemyBlas Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
I don't know what Nexus is... can I download the modes from there and used them in my Steam version of Skyrim?
Shalmendo Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2013
Nexus Mod Manager is a powerful mod management tool for any version of Skyrim, and several other games. You can get it by going to the nexus mods site, and clicking on the 'install NMM' link on the top, that will download the Nexus Mod Manager installer. install and run it, then allow it time to automatically locate all the games you have installed that it supports. To speed it up you can click the red X's on games you know you don't have installed so it won't waste time looking for some that isn't there. Once you have that working you can use the Nexus site to automatically install mods by clicking on the 'install with manager' green buttons on the download pages.
RemyBlas Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Great, thanks! As soon as I get home I'll give it a try.
Shalmendo Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2013
Very glad I could help, let me know if you need any further advice or anything, and I will be happy to assist. Better to take the time to help someone out at the start then wait and end up needing to help them fix their entire game because they broke it by mistake. (it actually happens alot lol, I did it myself a couple of times.)

In general, load order is actually something that is mildly important, and many of the mods will actually make a note of what order you should load it in, generally. I recommend looking up the unofficial patches for all of your dlcs, and the b ase game. Those are pretty much necessary from the start to fix some game-breaking glitches, quest killing bugs, and other things, as well as to fix things like floating rocks and such. The high-resolution patch has a list of the order you should put your base-game, dlcs, and the unofficial patches in.

You do not need to uninstall a mod to disable it, instead you can just un-check it in the mod list. You can use this if you think you are having trouble because of a specific mod or conflict. Take special care to READ fully all the description information on the pages for each mod, it's vitally important you do so because they will often mention which mods theirs conflicts with, and if a solution is possible or not. (in a couple of rare cases, you may actually be able to find a comparability mod that lets them work together, as is the case with the ultimate follower overhaul, and the advanced follower tweaks, mods. There is actually a comparability mod available to resolve conflicts from having both installed.)

When using new mods and adding mods, it is heavily recommended that you make a HARD SAVE of your game first. This way you can always go back to how your character was before a mod changed a bunch of data and corrupts your saves. This is also vital for when you want to REMOVE a mod and doing so would actually break your saves! Many mods will detail this information in the install/uninstall instructions, or faq/notes.

If you do have any questions, please let me know. I'd rather help you now then you accidentally ruin your skyrim experience and end up hating it because of some mod screwups.
Shalmendo Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2013
Addendum - Yes it will work perfectly with your Steam version of Skyrim. That's the same version I have, so don't worry about that.
AlanSteenhouwer Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2013
I'm glad you like Realistic Water Two. Did you ever check out that document on improving game stability?
snowskeeper Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2013
Destroying the Thieve's Guild breaks several quests, including some of the honorable ones. Just thought you might like to know that.
Shalmendo Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2013
I would very much like to say something for the Nexus Mod Manager. It's an amazing tool that can safely install and manage multiple mods for a variety of games, including Skyrim, the entire Elder Scrolls series, and the Fallout 3/New Vegas games, as well as a variety of others like Dragon age and Legend of Grimrock. If you find a mod screwing up your game, you don't have to go through a whole huge troublesome dance to get rid of it. You can easily keep mods in the manager without even having them installed, and you can easily disable and re-arrange them in the manager directly. It also has integration with the nexus sites which are being heavily used to find and download all those mods, and will download and prepare the mod for you automatically.  I believe it will also update mods as needed by checking for updates for you.

I've also found this post, and Mr. Preston's previous post about mods, to be a major treasure trove of available mods that don't do ridiculous things like add Iron man to the game, and other lore violating tidbits.
No, I don't want to ride an MLP and shoot deadly skittle lasers from my eyes while fighting a dragon that looks like a famous 80's video workout trainer with frizzy hair. Nor would I be interested in somehow having a nuclear cannon attached to my ass while farting shouts. I really don't understand some of those mods, and I am grateful for the wonderful listing of immersing  and enhancing mods. I'm pretty happy with the lanterns, snow effects, and other things that make the game more fun, more beautiful, and more interesting. I really don't like mods that change the game so much from it's original intended design or overpower you and make you incredibly cheaty.

Mods that offer powerfull weapons or tools are okay as long as you have to work for them instead of having them plopped in your lap by a magic fairy. Mods with questlines for obtaining items, that are well balanced and interestingly written, are a big plus. I've often thought about putting a mod together myself but I don't have all of the talent required, like voice actors, texturing skills, programming skills, or meshing/modeling etc. I do write very well however, and I'm sure I could put together an interesting engaging story with twists, surprises, and other features people would enjoy.

Regardless, I want to thank you Mr. Preston, and everyone else who is contributing to the enjoyment of Skyrim players, as well as my own. I had partially given up on Skyrim because of it's limitations, but these mods are filling it in nicely and expanding it beautifully.  Thank you!
TomPreston Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
wow, you are very welcome!
Shalmendo Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2013
I also want to say that I love your skyrim art and the rest of what you do. The Skyrim art is hilarious and puts a great spin on some of the weird, unusual, and buggy, situations that many of us have gotten into. Thank you for doing what you do and doing it so well.
ahmeyt05 Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2013
Since last time you wrote your mods I finished my first play-through. It had actually been a while but I was looking into quest and new land mods. For my new character I looked for new mods to make my second play as different as possible within the limits of lore. Now I have around 100 mods. I'll later pick the mods you might like and post them here other than the ones I remember now.

Recruit More Blades - Sky Haven Temple Enchanced is kind of an overhaul of Blades faction. It includes giving you more choices about Paarthy but it is much more than that. It is a quest mod. You can track it on nexus for your next character. I have not played this myself yet but it from its description, I reckon it is good. It is incompatible with The Paarthurnax Dilemma as they both do edit same part of the game. You can also get 4 part Thalmor mods to compliment this but it works without them. They are by madfrenchie. From what I gathered they add some more quests to fight with Thalmor. They might provide a more satisfactory closure with Thalmor. Adal Matar, The Lost Stronghold is the first one. You can find the other 3 parts on nexus.

For water, I just installed Pure Waters and its DLC add-ons. I try to choose my mods carefully. When you are running many mods, it comes down with a price which is reduced performance and longer loading times. Thus, I tend to disregard mods which add stuff that can be gained in vanilla game. Lantern mods are great for immersion or if you are role-playing as a warrior/hunter who doesn't know magic but I usually find a hovering light spell early enough that I don't use these mods. I just favorite magelight or whatever it is called and cast it when I need it.

I think Bandolier looks ugly and it's a bit cheaty. I prefer to get some stamina points which also help in fights. If I'm still over-burdened I just give some stuff to my companion to carry for me until I sell them. It's just personal preference though.

There are other Populated mods as well. For cities, for forts etc. City one might cause performance issues especially if used with other mods which add NPCs into cities such as Inconsequential NPCs, Interesting NPCs and so on.
xKlieverx Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2013
There's a mercy mod? DOVAHKIN KNOWS NOT THE MEANING OF MERCY :V. Since they're all bandits, I like to think that they pretend to beg for mercy so they can knife you. There was a villain in the fist of the north star who did that
Ivain7 Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2013  Student Interface Designer
so many mods! I havent even started playing Skyrim yet, but this list alone makes me want to!
MyrkSuki Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2013
Oh man I should get that Populated Roads. Gives my vampire more things to eat. 
EsquiruaSymouri Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2013
Cities and Towns Enhanced, Towns and Villages Enhanced and New Falkreath are just visual mods but are well worth the time to downloas, they only do certian places atm though, Skyrim FLora Overhaul is a pretty good one too
Menocu Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2013
I mostly ignore the debates between PC and console users over which is better.  But I will say that PC allows ordinary users to create these amazing and unique mods for most games.  And I really wish that this next generation of consoles was less about clouds and connectivity and more about this user customization and creation that PC users have been enjoying for years.
Phasmatis75 Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2013
That's a good list.
FuzzyScribbles Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Holy sh*t. This makes me want to buy the game for the PC now lol
BearPawPaw Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2013
I recently saw this HYSTERICAL mod which turns all dragons into Thomas the Tank Engine and makes the dragon's roar into a train whistle. While it's not a serious mod I would download, the video of someone using it in the game intro is a really good laugh-…
J4B Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
That's kinda terrifying.

Reminds me of the summon train spell.
DanielCoffey Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2013
I would recommend my texture replacer for the Books and Journals...

Book Covers Skyrim -…

"Book Covers Skyrim is a retexture of all the readable books, journals, and notes in Skyrim. It gives each book and journal its own unique cover and adds many additional paper styles to the notes."
ahmeyt05 Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2013
That looks really nice. Makes me wanna collect all of them :D
DanielCoffey Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2013
And I assume you are using the Unofficial Skyrim Patch (along with its corresponding patches for each of the DLC)?
jay042 Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
You mean not every guard in town used to be an adventurer until they took an arrow in the knee?
Hergman Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2013
thats a lot of world enhancing mods.

it feels good reading about the changes
Tri-Edge-64 Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2013
You should get Thomas the Train mod. its changes every dragon into trains I thinks.
D-O-Alexander Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Serana is marriageable, just not for female characters. It's possible your mod doesn't change that aspect. And if it does, try re-loading a save from before the proposal.
annieawesomesauce Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Serana is not inherently marriageable by either male or female characters in the vanilla game. You can bring it up but she politely declines saying that the temples make her feel uncomfortable. From there, the dialogue is never brought up again.

The mod does allow for female characters to marry her as well as males. You first have to beat the expansion and then let her mother know that she can come out of the Soul Cairn now, and then put on the amulet of Mara to activate the correct dialogue. I've done it multiple times with both male and female charries.
D-O-Alexander Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I read a wiki claiming she was marriageable in the base game, but only as a male. And I bellieve you have to have chosen the vampire path. I never found much point in marriages so I usually ignore them. I did know she was purely male marriable. But I was unaware that you could retrieve her mother from the cairn once completed. Guess I have another reason to go back to the game now. I do thank you for clarifying that.
annieawesomesauce Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Your wiki information you read was incorrect :) And you can ask her if she's interested in marriage by either vampire or dawnguard path. I've played through each path on both genders (I...have a lot of spare time >.<). Additionally, they would not make Serana the only straight character in the entire game. Every other marriageable character in the game will marry you if you are either male or female. There would be an uproar if they suddenly were like "The one character who everyone connects with the most is straight."

Additionally, here's a wiki source for Serana (scroll to the bottom under Trivia for the marriage info):…

Also here under Notes:…
D-O-Alexander Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you. I'll read into it.
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