Thursday, March 3, 2011

Quick & Dirty Guide to Wrye Bash



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20 comments:

  1. Im still in the middle of the Oblivion guide. So far, the only thing I have to say is that I love you

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  2. hey... at step 8 D. I have a problem... there is no obge.ini I can see the oblivion_default.ini which is the same as oblivion.ini ... there is a text document called ObgeV2 also...wat do?

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  3. I wasted too many days trying FCOM to work. Fuck it

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  4. I wish I knew what your problem with FCOM was, anonymous. I had no trouble at all guiding a dozen people through it a few days ago.

    As for the other anonymous question about OBGE you need to start the game once with OBGE enabled before it's ini will pop up. I'll add a note in the guide, hadn't crossed my mind; the answer IS in the readme, though.

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  5. me too mate...
    sick of these incomplete tutorials...
    i m stuck here... http://tinypic.com/r/axeh3n/7
    also BOSS says the following: "Critical Error: BOSS\masterlist.txt cannot be read!
    "
    helping I are... sick of reinstalling the game.... isn t there an already heavy modded oblivion game on the torrents?

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  6. UPdate for the post above me
    I can enter the game only if I unselect the FCOM_francescos.esp

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  7. u should really add more detailed info at step 7 D. ....I find it very confusing on tesnexus are more requierments, dozen of mods that I don t know which one to install... there is this mod bravil blood mud

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  8. This guide doesn't suggest you install Bravil Mud and Blood so, plainly, you don't need a patch for it unless you decide to use it.

    You need to pay attention to what you are downloading and installing. I try to hold your hand as much as possible throughout my guide but it's not possible for me to accommodate people going into autopilot; you need to have your wits about you if you are going to mod this game.

    If you have Knights of the Nine installed, for example, you need the Knights of the Nine patch installed for Open Cities. You need to read through all of the patches and use the ones for the content you already have installed.

    If you have a question on how to install a mod, very likely your question has already been answered in the Mod's readme. I shouldn't have to answer questions that are already answered in the readme, should I?

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  9. appreciate the help knots... there still is no obge.ini not in the game folder, not in the folder you said... i m using win 7 64bit
    http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=15i1f6t&s=7

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  10. The FCOM installation guide says things like this:

    * Download and install Loth's Blunt Weapons for NPCs.
    * Use FCOM_LothsBluntWeapons.esp and load after Loth's Blunt Weapons for NPCs.esp.
    * Activate (check) the plugins in Wrye Bash.

    But there is no FCOM_LothsBlundWeapons.esp. What do? Thanks in advance.

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  11. I WANT TO BEAR YOUR CHILDREN IN MY ANUS i love you! I thought I knew how to mod oblivion, shit I made it look good but I couldn't play it for more then 5 minutes before it crashed but you taught me the ways.

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  12. "I WANT TO BEAR YOUR CHILDREN IN MY ANUS" - krazyliljoo

    ^ Close but, hmm-um, well. No, sir, I can't oblige.

    "Im still in the middle of the Oblivion guide. So far, the only thing I have to say is that I love you" - Anonymous

    ^ This, yes, a thousand times yes

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  13. Won't work for me, everytime i try to rebuild my bash patch wyre bash just freezes on me and doesn't go anywhere. Is there something i'm doing wrong?

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  14. Email me more details, anon.

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  15. I found the Oblivion modding guide a month ago and I followed it. Since then, I've expanded my mod collection. I've learned enough to the point where I'm helping other people mod their Oblivion as well.

    Needless to say, I think I love you.
    Intimately.

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  16. I love Knots too.

    Sexually.

    And often.

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  17. I appreciate the warm feelings, anon. I'm glad I helped you get into the deep end.

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  18. Because Knots loves getting people into the deep end.

    Zing.

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  19. I used your modding guide for Morrowind, worked great. Now I'm running through Oblivion again to get psyched up for Skyrim.

    Thanks for all your hard work here.

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