It adds new buildings, expands the towns, and massively alters clutter, usually over-cluttering to the point of major fps drops even on very good hardware. I was wondering if there was a way to make these three mods work together. Archived. It is a mod comparable to JK's Skyrim in quality, though it has a different style. Avid players try to improve their Skyrim experience. Posted by u/[deleted] 3 years ago. Close. Arthmoor Villages + JK's Skyrim + Expanded Towns and Cities (Is there a patch?) I use Dawn of Skyrim too. PC Classic - Help. I've noticed that it simply doesn't like to cooperate with me, however I've never noticed it before (last time I used the mod was in 2015). JK's Skyrim All in One is a mod for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, created by Jkrojmal and Teabag86.. PC Classic - Help. JK's Skyrim touches all towns, but has modular versions for only the walled towns or only the tamriel worldspace towns. When they have known information about Expanded Towns and Cities, they rapidly install and use Skyrim with Expanded Towns and Cities. The vanilla theme of the towns has been greatly expanded upon giving each a unique, more immersive atmosphere; Riverwood (lumbar), Rorikstead (farming), Falkreath (graveyard), Dawnstar (port), … It's beautiful and makes the cities feel lived in. As the title states. However it is designed for people with stronger PCs because it does focus on detail over performance, which is not a bad thing because it definitely does create an amazing style to each of the individual cities. Expanded towns and Cities does exactly what the title says, it expands towns and cities, adding houses, shops, walls, etc. JK's doesn't expand any towns or add any new houses, JK makes aestetic changes the cities. Thats its goal. Arthmoor Villages + JK's Skyrim + Expanded Towns and Cities (Is there a patch?) It certainly makes the cities feel more lively and in tune with their individual themes. You can't really say which is better because they serve different purposes. Expanded Towns and Cities for Skyrim that gets the attention of many players who are the big fans of this game. Check Out This Mod. skyrim 2k with perfect Whiterun ... (from Steam Workshop) and the overrated JK series if you want towns that remain puny in size with nothing expanded but instead filled with random unnecessary clutter, trees and flora that does nothing but drop your framerate terribly. Expanded Towns and Cities SSE is the spiritual successor to the LE original version and aims to cover the lesser cities. Great Cities: in addition to the other comment, {Enhanced Solitude} seems to put together so many mods. JKs Skyrim adds in a lot of items, objects and other detail to the cities. I honestly prefer the expansive immersion of ETaC over JK's mods, however, it won't ruin my experience. And I fully recommend that you check it out if you’re looking for a Skyrim experience that feels truly fresh. JK is the more performance heavy of the two though. Having lots of fun browsing the mod category. Description: A lore-friendly and script-free Overhaul of the cities and towns of Skyrim. 4. For Markarth I add SkyCity to DoS, which is completely compatible and makes Markarth look amazing.. For the towns I use Better Town Textures, which doesn't add buildings or anything, but gives the town a unique look by changing the way the existing buildings textures, inside and out. 2. JK’s Skyrim is one of the best city overhauls for the game. Edit: {Capital Whiterun Expansion} seems really cool as well. Does anyone else experience CTD issues while attempting to use "Expanded Towns and Cities"? All three expansions will cause fps drops but this is the worse. Expanded Towns and Cities. Hey, hey, hello.