Oh, and the little one’s named Caele. Azura and Caele.
I’ve now also published the Imperial version of Camp Varglya, which makes the Stormcloak inhabitants of the camp aggressive towards the player. Download here; The Imperial Version is in the optionals.
Here we go with Camp Varglya. Download from the Nexus. As always, any bug reports, screenshots and endorsements are much appreciated!
Phew. That was a forced march. I started on sunday and published on wednesday evening.
That’s what a Nord looks like. A veteran who fought on the Imperial side in the Great War, unbreakable hater of the Thalmor and lifelong follower of Talos, he joined Ulfric Stormcloak’s rebellion against his former allegiance in defence of god and fatherland. Many on the other side were his Legion brothers in arms back in The Great War.
Yeah, OK. So it’s time to create the Stormcloak soldiers for Camp Varglya. Cool and dandy. There’s just this problem. I absolutely hate the Stormcloak uniform. You, know this one that just looks like the city guard outfit. It’s just boring, and it’s like Bethesda didn’t even make an effort. It’s just a recolour of a regular city guard. I need something to spice it up. At least Cloaks of Skyrim adds a cloak to each soldier, and that’s a beginning.
EDIT: I found the solution. Simple and easy. Stormcloak Armor Revival by Skyrimaguas. It’s awesome what a retexture can do. I am not going to add it to the mod, but I’m going to recommend it strongly. This retexture, along with Cloaks of Skyrim makes the Stormcloak soldiers look like soldiers, but still close enough to vanilla.
I’ve finished Camp Varglya’s exterior, its interior cell (the Commander’s tent) and also NavMeshed it all. Took me one day. Next up is adding the Stormcloak soldiers manning the camp. That’s going to be fun!