there's a huge difference between "pretty godlike" and "definitely godlike", and that difference would be the location and speed of every particle around :P
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It's okay Jax. We don't need to measure both your momentum and position at the same time. Because we know you're moving at both 1.01% the speed of light, and in all places at any one time, always. Because you told us so.
And Jax always tells us the truth.
I'm glad we understand one another.
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I've been using Silverlock's script extenders since OBSE's first release, and I've had nothing but good experiences with every subsequent release. FOSE, NVSE and SKSE, and rather recently ENB (PRAISE BORIS!) for the memory patch, have only served to improve my experience with every single one of those games.
If it makes TTW development that much easier, I don't understand why there should even be a conversation. We don't have to pay for it, it doesn't lower performance, it doesn't increase instability, it optimizes the crap out of stuff, and it's necessary for some of the best mods on the Nexus.
Honestly, just use the The Mod Configuration Menu as justification. It'd be really difficult to argue with that miracle of modding.
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You know the first game I used it with first was Oblivion, though not for a long time as I was wary of it. Then there was this mod I wanted that used it and I took the plunge and got OBSE. Well my fears were unjustified and I've used it with all Beths games ever since secure in the knowledge that it only enhances modding and therefore the game.
I can understand some hesitant to take the plunge, but on the other hand it somewhat makes me laugh when I see people saying point blank they will not under any circumstances use NVSE even though they [i]really[/i] want to use a mod that uses it. "AWW it uses NVSE? Really? Can I have a non-NVSE version pleeeaassee?" Ugh, f'coff.
Anyway I have absolutely no issue with the NVSE requirement. I think because TTW is not your usual mod and needs a good bit of knowledge (As in it's a little bit more complicated to install, rather that installing NMM and hitting a download button) anyone thinking of installing this will have more than two brain cells to rub together, thus will have no trouble with an easy to install NVSE. And will more than likely already have it.
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