Villages Additional Information

Inspirations/Original Extra Info
Aurora by Scarla was the birth place of Nithi Ahn Strond. This mod helped pave the way for more villages. https://imgur.com/sJCHZGQ
Apatoiah by tschutschi – which has been overhauled into Freyborough https://imgur.com/gKGacuf
Lyngwi by skoomaface https://imgur.com/y1hWmMo
City of the Ancients by emottaja https://imgur.com/N474lmD
Fleetford by tetradite https://imgur.com/y1hWmMo
Suncrest hall by theastroboy https://imgur.com/FEWZlvr
Ravenwood Manor, Whispering Pines and Indary Manor with Berkshire Castle by SuperMegaSuperMega https://imgur.com/3KX9m3N
Silverdrift Mine, The Frozen Lady, On the Heels of Wisdom, Cenoba, Heartwood Village, navmeshing, proper placement of items and changes to waterflow data to be updated, and request boards all done by Tarshana not to mention blending everything together, creating pop up RPG boxes for more immersion, sound work, scripting, etc
Voice work:

Doc – Jorina
Darth – Foreman Teegan
Rooster – The Tortured Spirit
Kojo – The Spectromancer
DeusZero – Hoss

Special thanks to Vader for always inspiring me to achieve great things.

HUUUUUUUUUUUGE Thank you to Chris for converting public domain stories into the Skyrim theme for Heartwood Village. These are fantastic finds and blend perfectly into Skyrim.

Added Books Credits
“The Phatom Hagraven” “The Phantom Hagraven” is a reworked (Skyrim-ified) version of “The Phantom Hag” published in the United States in 1904 in the book Twenty-Five Ghost Stories, compiled and edited by Bob Holland.

This work is in the public domain in the United States because it was published before January 1st, 1923.

https://www.copyright.gov/circs/circ15a.pdf  

“The Ghosts of Heartwood” “The Ghosts of Heartwood” is a reworked (Skyrim-ified) version of “The Ghosts” by Edward John Moreton Drax Plunkett, originally published under the name Lord Dunsany in The Sword of
Welleran And Other Stories (1908).
This work is in the public domain in the United States because it was published before January 1, 1923.
https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/The_Sword_of_Welleran_and_Other_Stories
“Spectre Bridge of the Skaal” “Spectre Bride of the Skaal” is a reworked (Skyrim-ified) version of “The Spectre Bride” published in the United States in 1904 in the book Twenty-Five Ghost Stories, compiled and edited by Bob Holland.

This work is in the public domain in the United States because it was published before January 1st, 1923.

https://www.copyright.gov/circs/circ15a.pdf          

“The Abominations of Yokuda” “The Abominations of Yokunda” is a reworked (Skyrim-ified) version of Clark Ashton Smith’s “The Abominations of Yondo,” originally published in Overland Monthly V84 #4, (April 1926).

Published in 1926, there is no record of a copyright renewal. As per United States copyright law, works legally published within the United States with a copyright notice dated before January 1st, 1964 without a renewal of copyright on record filed in the work’s 28th year are in the public domain. Only three of Clark Ashton Smith’s works published pre-1964 are on record as having been renewed. “The Abominations of Yondo” is not one of them.

https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Author:Clark_Ashton_Smith

To learn more about Clark Ashton Smith and his work, see http://www.eldritchdark.com/

Incompatible Mods Overwrite Information
Moon and Star Edits the same area as Aurora and mod has mismanaged navmesh so patching is precarious
Project Hippie Adds many things that causes major overlap/stability issues
Secular Settlements Has edits in the same world spaces. Stop using it or advising others that they are compatible.
Compatible Mods Overwrite Information
Arthmoor’s Village mods 100% compatible. Refer to the DC document for placement of Dragonsbridge and Darkwater Crossing
Granite Hill by John Rose No issues and recommended to use
Architecture City Texture Mods Compatible. DC does not contain architecture textures so go download something to make the buildings look pretty.