>spent hours modding the games
>played it and uninstall after 1 hours
every fucking time.
>installed Skyrim. >spent hours modding the games. >played it and uninstall after 1 hours
didn't mod it hard enough
Sometimes the journey is better than the destination.
learn a new phrase, stephen king
Walking in a park is better than getting stabbed in the chest
what if you get stabbed while walking in a park?
You call the ambulance
in america? i'd rather not go bankrupt
Don't live in the hood
unironically the only thing from Skyrim that brings joy
I honestly cant believe bethesdafags believe this to be a good game. Even Fallout 4 mogs it.
You should start logging your modding time instead of playtime
This. In the end, what's the difference anyway? Completely serious btw.
>install vanilla Skyrim GOTY
>enjoy for 240 hours
congrats, ask me how I know you have porn addict brain
and the bethesdrone is triggered
>tfw have over 150 hours in Skyrim and have never even started the story, all 150 hours are me fucking around with random base building mods
>he doesn't know about nolvus
I almost feel sorry for you moddlets
> people are so poor they cant buy disk space, as extremely cheap as it is
Fuck off chat gpt bot
spend 30 minutes setting up a wabbajack
pump 300 hours in
reinstall with a new wabbajack
pump another 300 hours in
You enjoy modding the game more than actually playing it, a common problem.
Well the pleasure is in the journey, not the destination.
I'm not a fan of skyrim, however skyrim VR with VR qol mods is fantastic.
I played Skyrim with no mods. It was great, I finished a few dlcs and civil war+main story. Game finished. You lot unironically have a mental illness.
>"Skyrim is great"
I don't think you know what that abbreviation means.
Post hand, yank.
I just spent a week modding and testing Skyrim and I'm terrified I'm gonna do the same but I probably won't because the last time I played Skyrim was more than ten years ago completely vanilla on the PS3