With his latest creation, the modified “JaySerpa” brings useful functionality from the recently released Starfield to the ten-year-old The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim. With the push of a button, you can now easily address followers and NPCs, who will also leave you a nice comment as a thank you.
Even after more than ten years have passed since the original release, modders never tire of providing The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim with new content. This time it’s about a useful function copied from Starfield, which was released in September. JaySerpa has released a “Press E to Heal Followers” mode, which helps followers and NPCs get back on their feet with a simple press of a button.
Healing in Skyrim is the same as in Starfield
Bethesda’s latest role-playing game Starfield has been officially available to play on PC and Xbox Series The title introduces a healing mechanic that may also be useful in other games. “I played Starfield and attracted aggressive Sarahs of every species on the planet,” the designer writes of his idea for his latest adaptation. “Dammit Sarah, stop destroying every ecosystem we land in,” I said to myself as I was on my way to heal her. Then it occurred to me: This is very useful. Wouldn’t it be great to heal followers in Skyrim the same way?
No sooner had it been said and done, there is now a “Press E to Heal Followers” mod for Skyrim, through which followers who have fallen to the ground can be healed using a button (E or activation button, controllers must also be supported). He can participate in combat again. The smallest healing potions are chosen first. Followers respond with nearly 200 “witty” lines of dialogue, ranging from thanking you to commenting on the outcome of the fight to apologizing. Even NPCs can be healed as long as they are not enemies.
Speaking of The Elder Scrolls: Bethesda recently released a new game set in the popular fantasy world. This is the Elder Scrolls version of Fallout Shelter where users can build a castle and create their own community. However, The Elder Scrolls: Castles is currently only available in the US via the Google Play Store.
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