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Nathan Howard
Nathan Howard

Skyrim Lightning Texture Mod

Lightning Dragons are one of the three Dragon species that roam the Overworld. They are most famously known for their ability to breathe streams of lightning, as well as their flight abilities. Like fire dragons and ice dragons, lightning dragons have nine natural attacks that can decimate players effortlessly. They also progress through five stages of development, where they grow larger, stronger, and more terrifying.

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Like fire dragons and ice dragons, lightning dragons are quadrupedal reptiles with massive wings, long tails, spike-laden backs, and massive jaws. However, they have 3 pairs of backwards-facing horns instead of 2, the spikes on their back are longer and stand taller, and their tails are tipped in 3 pairs of long spikes. Male lightning dragons differ from females by having darker-edged wings, while females differ from males by having curvier horns. Lightning dragons come in 4 colors: Amethyst Purple, Dark Black, Copper Brown, and Electric Blue. Dragons grow from 2 blocks long at 0 days old to 50 blocks long when fully grown.

Loot from a lightning dragon generally depends on the stage of a dragon. All dragons drop either Dragon Scales, a Dragon Heart, and Dragon Flesh or, with a glass bottle, Dragon Blood. A Dragon Skull and Dragon Bones are always dropped. The most important loot a dragon corpse can produce are Dragon Eggs, which can only drop from a female Stage 4-5 dragon. Stage 5 female dragons may occasionally drop 2-3 Dragon Eggs.

Lightning dragons are hostile, and will attack almost every mob that comes nearby, including players. When they spawn naturally, they are usually very hungry, and will search for farm animals to eat; they are capable of spotting prey from 64 blocks away. Dragons using lightning attacks will electrify all blocks in the area (turning them into Crackled Blocks). Wild dragons can be seen frequenting small roosts adorned with large piles of copper and many chests; unlike other dragons, they will sleep there during the day, but can be woken up if a player breaks a copper pile or opens a nearby chest, or if a thunderstorm starts. Dragons will rarely eat meat items that are dropped on the floor.

Like other dragons, lightning dragons have the ability to fly very quickly, making melee combat extremely difficult when fighting them. As well as this, they have the ability to electrocute players with their lightning breath, killing them in mere seconds. Along with this, they are unfazed by unavoidable obstacles, and will simply break through them in order to get to their target. Dragons have nine natural attacks, which include the following:

Please note: Lightning dragons will attack fire dragons and ice dragons, so do not put a lightning dragon with your other dragons on wander. Otherwise, you might find yourself with a dead body and lots of destruction.

A wild lightning dragon cannot be tamed, and a tamed dragon can only be achieved through hatching an egg. Lightning Dragon eggs must be placed in rain to start the hatching process. Once the egg starts moving, it will take a few minutes to hatch.

It is noted that the rain must continue until the egg hatches. Please also note, that, once the egg hatches, a bolt of lightning will strike it, and the dragon will burn, it's best to keep watch and have water on hand.

Two lightning dragons can be bred if they are opposing genders and stage four or higher, by crafting and utilizing Lightning Lily Mixture, They are bred in the same manner as other vanilla animals. Upon breeding, female dragons will create a nest and lay their eggs in there. Give the mixture to the male, then the female.

If a dragon is Stage 1, it can be clicked on with an empty hand in order to put the baby on the owner's shoulders. To get a baby dragon off one's shoulders, press X (default key). A player can have a maximum of three dragons on their shoulder at a time. At Stage 2, the dragon can no longer be picked up. Dragons Stage 3 and up can be mounted by interacting with them with an empty hand. Like with any rideable mob, WASD controls are used. Spacebar makes the dragon rise if it is in the air; if held for over a second while it is on the ground, it makes the dragon start flying. X lowers the dragon, and Shift is used to dismount. R (default key) makes it breath lightning, and G (default key) makes it use a strike attack, attacking the mob the player is currently looking at.

Your texturing is good and I can see you put solid effort into this, and, your design of the lightning bolt is way too symmetrical with the center bolt being too thin. you end up with a bolt that looks more like a purple centipede than force lightning. the screenshot you took is misleading because it's angled in a way that makes it look better than it appears. a standard third person shot using force storm on multiple enemies a decent distance away and it ends up looking pretty goofy because lightning bolts aren't shaped that way nor are they that symetrical. the tga file looks nice in isolation when I took a look at it so I get it but in game since there's 0 variance of the shape of the bolt and it spans long lengths, like I said it just ends up looking wrong and not at all like lightning. I think the core issues is the forks coming off the center bolt need to be angled outward just a tad more rather than forward, or in some way less prominant, the center bolt itself needs to be much more prominent, maybe thicker is a good word to describe it but definitely standing out more than the forks. also the design should be much more jagged and asymmetrical, and you have to take into consideration that your design is a small piece of a very long path of bolts, so you want to "upscale" it so that the tga is rightfully a portion of a bolt rather than an entire bolt. lastly the purple glow needs to be toned down just a bit because the thinness of the forking bolts gets overtaken by the glow, it ends up looking fuzzy rather than a lightning bolt. I think the core of the issue is the forks overtaking the core of the bolt, if you take nothing else from this. force storm in particular is a goofy spell because it forces an unnatural bend into the bolts, it looks especially terrible against close range targets even unmodded. it looks a bit better in your second screenshot than in mine maybe its something to do with the kotor 1 vs kotor 2 engine or some other modification your game has that you didn't include in the files, who knows.

It looks like a sword or scabbard on your character's back is missing the texture? The picture is small and my eyes are really old, so it's hard to tell. If so, this is most likely coming from either the High Resolution Texture Pack, one of the aMidianBorn mods, Leanwolf's Better Shaped Weapons, or Greatsword Sheaths and Scabbards Redux . In the case of the High Resolution Texture Pack, make sure you've check "Have MO manage archives" (in the Archives tab in the right pane) and that all of the BSAs are checked.

What a roller coaster of a thread to read on a Sunday morning after walking the dogs I have a lot of experience with codecs as I helped solve the diaspering radio sounds in the Fallout 3 game. But that was like 3 years ago at the official forums. This seems way different because the ice spells works fine but the fire and lightning spells are silent.

Don't be fooled by the name: you can actually get textures of up to 8K in this visual-redefining mod that enhances everything in Skyrim's world. The ground, the sky and everything in between get some kind of visual upgrade, making it all feel a lot more real.

As soon as you unlock your dragonborn blood, appearances of these winged reptiles will start becoming as regular as rain. So why not spice up the sight of them appearing on the horizon with this mod, which introduces 28 news dragons, each with a different model and texture. As well as the typical frost and fire breath, some even have a drain vitality attack, and thanks to their unmistakable appearances you'll be able to tell which one is swooping towards you on the horizon. Gnarly.

Chain lightning delivers a minimum of 40 points of damage to the target, or 60 points if the Dragonborn has Augmented Shock x 2. Chain lightning deals damage to a target's Magicka equal to half the damage done to health, so 20 to 30 points is done to magicka.

Also, Chain lightning continues to arc even if the initial cast misses. This allows it to hit targets around corners that the caster does not have a direct line of sight to. It can also bypass the ward of a mage if it is shot behind the mage and arcs to hit the mage from behind.

Gravity Greaves are invisible when you wear them, in all texture packs. This is visual only and all abilities still function normally. When you remove the Infernal Armor then you can see that the Gravity Greaves appear as "sleeveless" Infernal Armor and a smaller version of the Hurricane Boots.

Alright y'all, here's the problem: my elf rogue character is shrouded in a purple smoke, like a fog, and her silhouette glitches around and flashes like a lightning strike. There's an annoying buzzing sound that accompanies the effect, sort of like the buzzing you hear in the 'Ring of Pain' active ability in the warrior class's 'Reaver' specialisation. I've looked this up online and haven't found many results except for a thread in which some people suggest it may originate from the 'Elusive' stacking effect from the 'Lost in the Mist' upgrade from the 'Sabotage' ability tree and that the existence of the Trespasser DLC somehow has made it glitch out. I tried using the Tactician's Renewal to remove that ability but it didn't work, even after restarting the game. I unequipped and checked every piece of armour, weaponry and party members' active effects to ensure it wasn't coming from that - no result. The weird thing is, above the interface bar at the bottom of the screen, there's the icon for the 'Avenger' ability, which apparently is an ability for Isabela in the DAI Multiplayer and has listed on the wiki the ability description "When a party member dies, you gain your maximum stacks in Elusive and a bonus to damage." I've never played the multiplayer and have no idea how that would have anything to do with my Campaign playthrough. I don't use mods beyond a cosmetic facial mod that's never caused me any trouble; have been using that once non-stop since I first played the game so I'm fairly certain it's got no impact on what's going on.This is driving me nuts. I've put about 200 hours of gameplay into DAI thus far and have not encountered this annoyance in any other playthrough. I noticed it far too late when I went beyond the point it likely originated and overwrote any old save files I could go back to. Is this just a game bug that needs to be patched or am I doing something wrong?(I've attached some pictures - sorry for the lousy quality )

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