Rebuilding ‘Skyrim’ With Mods: Expanded Smithing, Elvenwood & Divine Punishment

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Rebuilding Skyrim with Mods - Elvenwood, Smithing, Divine Punishment

This week, we at Game Rant take a look at three mods for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim: a quaint little tree town called Elvenwood, an extremely robust and expanded blacksmithing mod that includes a reworked skill-tree and a lot of new crafting abilities, and a humorous antidote that should leave a few gamers in stitches.

As always, to install a Skyrim mod, remember to subscribe to the mod, allow it to download when you launch the game through Steam, and check it out. Remember that all data files can be managed in Skyrim at the launcher screen, giving players the ability to disable mods if undesirable consequences or mod conflicts occur. It is always a good idea to backup important game files before modifying the structure (of any game for that matter), but the Skyrim Data File manager does a great job of this as well.

Let’s take a look at this week’s mods!

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First Up: Elvenwood

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TAGS: Bethesda, PC, Skyrim, The Elder Scrolls

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  1. Elvenwood sounds awesome!

  2. Where can I find Elvenwood? I would love to get this mod.

    • Brandon,

      Click on the “Elvenwood” title at the top of the page; it’s a hyperlink to the Steam site where you can download the mod. Let me know if you need help!

      Regards,

      Matt

  3. Worst. Site design. Ever. Someone needs to be fired and sent back to McDs.

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