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Skyrim: The Top 15 Weapons And Armor Mods So Far

Skyrim offers a lot when it comes to to vanilla weapons and armor, but with such a strong modding community, there's reason to go a step further. Talented mod creators have cranked out some truly spectacular weapon and armor mods that can personalize one's play experience for the better.

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The following list breaks down each mod based on the overall value they add to the game. As such, it focuses less on mods that affect single items in the game, and more on sets of weapons and armor that have more to offer.

Updated January 28th, 2021 by Derek Draven: As mentioned above, we've updated this list to include new entries. The strength of the Skyrim modding community is impossible to overstate, and many talented creators have brought stunning items to the game that drastically improve the play experience Skyrim has to offer.

This is stunning, given that Skyrim has been out for nearly a decade at this point. Yet, the modding community is still passionate about the platform. Weapon and armor mods are still one of the areas in the community focused on less, as opposed to texture or graphics mods. That's what makes this list so important. To truly bump up one's play experience, these mods are a definite must.

15 Artifacts - The Tournament Of The Ten Bloods

For players who don't mind something a bit more outrageous, Artifacts - The Tournament of the Ten Bloods is a great choice. It brings a lot of weapons, rings and shields into the game, many of which sport crazy designs that still look pretty cool.

Each of the artifacts in question has a story behind it, and some even require quests to be completed in order to obtain them. It's perfect for those who don't mind going outside the realm of lore-friendliness, especially when it comes to their armor sets.

14 Skyrim SE Expanded Skyrim Weaponry

This mod pack contains a whopping 105 standalone weapons to build on the game's existing options. Most are done in the existing styles of the game's craftsmen, and feature everything from swords and pikes, to axes and warhammers.

Some of the designs are a bit over-the-top, but they're perfect for anyone who wants a bit of pizzazz in their arsenal. They can be considered lore-friendly from an aesthetic standpoint, and players are free to craft those that tickle their fancy.

13 Jaysus Swords SE

To inject a mountain of weapons into the game, Jaysus Swords SE is a good place to start. This is a spectacular mod that adds in weapons with multiple different styles for players to craft and locate.

This pack contains over 40 different weapons, from swords, to daggers and axes. It's the perfect place to build upon your in-game weapons mods, rather than taking up valuable ESP slots that contribute to the maximum of 255.

12 The Gifts Of Akatosh

A lot of the in-game vanilla armor in Skyrim isn't exactly befitting of a Dragonborn, and it takes a special kind of armor mod to set ones-self apart. The Gifts of Akatosh is a mod that seeks to make the Dragonborn stand out from everyone else in the game with a striking design.

The mod consists of 10 individual items that can only be crafted once the player locates a set of exclusive items, including "the Blessed Metal of Akatosh." From there, one must travel to the Skyforge in Whiterun in order to craft this fine piece of armor. Don't forget the weapons either, including one truly badass looking sword.

11 DCR - King Crusader Mega Pack

For those who want to inject a little Witch-King of Angmar into their armor options, DCR - King Crusader Mega Pack is just the thing. It's a positively wicked looking assortment of weapons and armor that blend a number of different aesthetics into one unique pack.

The long robes are reminiscent of the Greybeard fashion style, but pumped up with sharp steel plating cut to resemble dragon bone. The steel gauntlets are a nice touch, as are the ancient looking sword and dagger, the latter of which resembles a Morgul Blade from the Lord of the Rings trilogy. Epic armor for an epic game.

10 Immersive Armors

Immersive Armors is widely considered the base mod when it comes to protective gear. It expands greatly on Skyrim's existing armor sets with lore-friendly additions that integrate into the existing world in a realistic way.

The mod sports almost 2700 individual items ranging from shields and armor sets, to scarves, earrings and capes. The MCM menu allows you to toggle everything from crafting ability to world distribution of said items, right down to which enemy types can use them. It's a top-notch mod that no Skyrim gamer should do without.

9 Immersive Weapons

Immersive Weapons takes the exact same approach as Immersive Armors by tossing in a total of 230 unique weapons into the base game.

The same MCM-style customization approach carries over as well, letting one set which weapons can be crafted, and how they're to be distributed in world. Enjoy the use of katanas, scimitars, battle staffs, claymores and spears, to name just a few. When paired with Immersive Armors, it's a combination that can't be beat.

8 Thane Weapons Reborn

Just as it bit to get a sweater from one's Aunt at Christmas, so too is it a massive disappointment when the various Jarls reward the player with boring weapons after they've toiled on their behalf. If these weapons are going on the rack, they had better be something special.

Thane Weapons Reborn overhauls the Jarls' best weapons and makes them stand out in a number of ways. Not only do they look great, but they level up along with the player while offering their own individual battle perks.

7 Zim's Immersive Artifacts

There are many fabled objects of lore strewn throughout Skyrim, including weapons and armor that one can collect on special quests. Zim's Immersive Artifacts is an overhaul of these specialized items.

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The mod alters such popular items as the Blade of Woe, the Staff of Magnus, Dawnbreaker and Wuuthrad, but it also tackles Miraak's Dragonborn equipment, Nightingale weapons and armor, and Thane items. Stats and enhancements have also been altered to better suit their legendary status.

6 Lore Weapon Expansion

Skyrim's base weaponry is fine, but there's room to broaden out. Lore Weapon Expansion does exactly that by focusing on lore-friendly weapons that one  can find throughout the game world or crafting table.

Each weapon looks and feels like a genuine Skyrim creation, which is important for those who don't like to stray too far from established canon. A lot of talented modeling work went into this one, and it shows.

5 Dragonbone Barbarian Armors

This is a great mod, mostly because it takes the dragon element of Skyrim and does something quite useful with it. Dragonbone Barbarian Armors adds a sense of rustic brutality to one's armor collection that is suitable for both male and female characters.

The mod features over 15 individual armor pieces strewn throughout Skyrim. No, they're not craftable, which is a bit of a drawback, but at least it gives one something to hunt for within the Reach, the Rift and Pale locations.

4 Skyforge Weapons

The Skyforge is supposed to crank out the most powerful weapons in Skyrim.  Skyforge Weapons helps that along by overhauling the weapons with appropriate, unique versions.

The mod also features a quest that must be completed to unlock smithing perks for certain weapons, which adds a layer of depth to the experience. Definitely a step up from the vanilla weapon set.

3 Isilmeriel's LOTR Weapon Collection

If one doesn't mind sacrificing lore-friendliness for the sake of cool, then Isilmeriel's LOTR Weapon Collection is the mod to beat. It adds beautifully modeled Lord of the Rings weapons into Skyrim so players can finally live out their nerdiest fantasies.

They're all here, from Sting and Narsil, to Glamdring and Sauron's Mace. Wraith swords are here too, as are Elven blades and the Morgul blade. Let's face it, LOTR weapons easily fit into the Skyrim world. After all, who doesn't want to stare Alduin right in the face and yell, "You shall not pass!"

2 Talos Housecarl Armor Pack

On the other hand, if lore is your bag, you're going to love the Talos Housecarl Armor Pack. This mod adds 12 new items to the game that were used by the Housecarl of the legendary Talos during his prime, including a war hammer.

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Each piece must be crafted, and requires the Advanced Armors perk, which gives players something to strive for. It's a beautifully detailed set that adds a lot of immersion to the game.

1 Any DeserterX Armor Mod

This might be cheating, but there's a reason for it. DeserterX has been creating some of the most unique and outstanding Skyrim armor mods around. Primarily aimed at female characters, they're incredibly detailed and imaginative.

Although the armors are designed more on the sensual side of the spectrum, some offer various levels of coverage. They aren't the most lore-friendly armors you can get either, but their incredible visual flair makes them stand out. Not many creators have such a vivid imagination.

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The best Skyrim mods in 2021

Skyrim turns ten years old this year, but a list of the best Skyrim mods remains as useful as ever. More useful, even, given that hundreds of new mods are still being released for the fantasy RPG every week. If you're planning on starting the game fresh, or just looking for something new to add to your existing mod mountain, you should find something worth your time below.

Almost every mod we've chosen will work with either the regular or Skyrim Special Edition, and we've provided links to both versions - or similar alternatives - where necessary. There's also undoubtedly many, many great mods that we've not included. If you think your favourite Skyrim mod is an essential install, then take to the comments and make your case. We love discovering new mods, too, and may include your suggestion in a future revision.

How to install Skyrim mods

Before you start turning dragons into 'Macho Man' Randy Savage, there are a few things you’ll want to install first. It’s also recommended to do a clean install of Skyrim and start a new game, especially if you’re going to be throwing a lot of mods into the mix. What I like to do is create a new, unmodified game, get somewhere like Riverwood and then create a save that I can use for testing. You don’t need to fire up the save after every mod, but it’s worth checking a few times during the process to make sure everything’s working. The fewer mods you’ve installed, the easier it will be to pinpoint any problems or conflicts.


Best Skyrim mods

We've only picked the very best Skyrim mods, but there are so many available that we've had to break them down by category. You can hop directly to the kind of mod you want via the links below.


Essential Skyrim mods

Nexus Mod Manager

Nexus Mod Manager

Even if you’re just planning on using a few mods, grabbing a mod manager will skip so much hassle. There are several good ones, but Nexus Mod Manager is your best bet. It looks a bit intimidating at first, but once you’ve got it set up, you won’t need to worry about it at all. If you’ve modded Fallout 4, you’ll already be au fait with the manager, and you can use it for several other games, including The Witcher 3. Here’s a tutorial from mod guru Gopher to get you started.

Download Nexus Mod Manager

LOOT

LOOT

A lot of the mods in this list can be used in tandem, but even compatible mods can have a falling out when they’re not put in the correct load order. LOOT solves this and myriad other problems, checking your load order, hunting for errors and directing you to naughty mods that aren’t playing nicely. Before you test anything in-game, run LOOT. It takes seconds.

Download LOOT

Skyrim Script Extender

Skyrim Script Extender

Several important mods won’t work at all without the Skyrim Script Extender. When Skyrim Special Edition launched, the script extender’s absence meant that a lot of mods couldn’t be used or ported over, so the original Skyrim remained the best version for anyone looking to spice up their game. It’s been updated since then, thankfully, and now works with both editions. Note that, from now on, you’ll need to launch Skyrim with the script extender, not through Steam. You can launch it directly from the .EXE or by connecting it to the Nexus Mod Manager.

Download the Skyrim Script Extender

Unofficial Skyrim Patch

Even if you’re not planning on adding a single mod, you should get the Unofficial Skyrim Patch. It’s one giant bugfix that’s constantly being updated, and as with every massive Bethesda game, Skyrim sure has a lot of bugs.

Download the Unofficial Skyrim Patch or the Special Edition version

Cutting Room Floor

Like the Unofficial Skyrim Patch, Cutting Room Floor is worth getting even if you just want the vanilla Skyrim experience. It’s a large compilation of cut content, adding villages, NPCs, quests and countless other bits and pieces that Bethesda created but never implemented. None of this has just been flung back in, of course, and has instead been tweaked to make sure it all fits with Bethesda’s final version of Skyrim.

Download Cutting Room Floor or the Special Edition version

Achievements Mods Enabler

In Skyrim Special Edition, achievements can’t be earned if you’re using mods. That’s obviously dumb, so here’s a mod that gets around that. If you’ve got regular Skyrim, you don’t need to do anything.

Download Achievements Mods Enabler


Best graphic mods for Skyrim

Static Mesh Improvement Mod

Static Mesh Improvement Mod

It’s a terrible name for a mod that you absolutely need to get. Basically, it spruces up a huge pile of 3D models, making all of Skyrim look nicer in hundreds of tiny ways. You’ll probably not even notice it most of the time, but it works its magic everywhere. It’s also a key ingredient in several other mods, so it should be one of your first downloads.

Download Static Mesh Improvement or the Special Edition version

Skyrim HD

Skyrim HD

Skyrim HD is a long-running texture mod that replaces over 600 textures. Everything from the sky and mountains to the interiors of ramshackle hovels has been done up. There are two complete versions, one of which is a 1K resolution ‘lite version’ for less powerful PCs. Optionally, you can download just the cities, landscapes, dungeons or miscelleanous packs. This is specifically for old Skyrim, but there are plenty of great alternatives for the Special Edition.

Download Skyrim HD

Skyrim 2018 Textures

Another huge, broad texture mod, this time specifically for the Special Edition. The latest version of the mod only comes with one complete file, but the 2017 version is more modular. You can pick what you want retextured, whether it's just the roads, only mountains or all of Riften. The mod’s creator advises people with the old version to keep it, as it has some files that haven’t been added to the 2018 version yet.

Download Skyrim 2018 Textures

RealVision ENB

RealVision ENB

More than most other mods, the lighting, post-processing and colour tweaks made by ENBs and Reshade mods are down to personal preference. In OG Skyrim, I was rather partial to RealVision ENB, and it still makes the seven-year-old game look absolutely gorgeous, though it does come at the cost of performance. You definitely won’t be able to use a PC that ran Skyrim in 2011.

Download RealVision ENB

SkyrimSE Re-Engaged ENB

SkyrimSE Re-Engaged ENB

When the Special Edition first launched, flashy post-processing options were limited while we waited for ENB to be updated. SkyrimSE Re-Engaged started out as a Reshade mod (it has since made the jump to ENB) and proved to be the best alternative, and while there’s now no dearth of competition, it continues to be my favourite. There are seven presets, not including vanilla, each dramatically different and designed with a specific weather mod in mind, and if there’s something you don’t like, you can adjust it.

Download SkyrimSE Re-Engaged ENB

Realistic Lighting Overhaul

Realistic Lighting Overhaul

If you don’t want to fiddle around with ENBs or take the inevitable performance hit that comes with the most impressive ones, Realistic Lighting Overhaul might be just your horn of mead. It's a comprehensive lighting mod that doesn’t use any post-processing or screen injector tricks, so there's no performance cost. It’s not as dramatic, either, but that’s the point. It aims to light up Skyrim realistically, based on actual light sources, whether it’s the sun or a candle.

Download Realistic Lighting Overhaul or the Special Edition version

Enhanced Lights and FX

Enhanced Lights and FX

Enhanced Lights and FX is similar to RLO, but it’s more dramatic and stylised. ELFX wants to make Skyrim pretty, not just realistically lit. Both mods are great, so it really depends on what kind of atmosphere you want to generate. You could always mix and match, and even throw in an ENB for good measure.

Download Enhanced Lights and FX or the Special Edition version

Skyrim Flora Overhaul

Skyrim Flora Overhaul

Since Skyrim is full of forests, Skyrim Flora Overhaul has a pretty dramatic effect. It includes lots of new, high-quality tree models, even more grasses and plants, and loads of visual tweaks that generally make forests look deeper and more imposing. There’s a grass-only and trees-only version, too, which obviously have less of a performance impact. This is one of those changes that’s worth sacrificing some frames over, mind.

Download Skyrim Flora Overhaul or the Special Edition version

Simply Bigger Trees

Simply Bigger Trees

Simply Bigger Trees does exactly what it says on the tin, giving Skyrim’s forests a growth spurt. It’s a surprisingly significant improvement, and though it’s only partially compatible, I like to pair it with SFO. Some of the trees get overwritten, but there’s still plenty of variety and the forests look considerably more striking.

Download Simply Bigger Trees or the Special Edition version

Realistic Water Two

Realistic Water Two

Realistic Water makes the pools, coasts, rivers and lakes of Skyrim distinct, so it doesn’t look like they’re all full of the same murky bath water. If you see some H2O in the game, it’s probably been improved. There are so many tiny touches that make this mod brilliant, like curated sound effects and animated icebergs. The Special Edition introduced a new water flow system, which is nice and all, but it was applied to all bodies of water indiscriminately, which made less sense. Realistic Water also fixes that.

Download Realistic Water Two or the Special Edition version

Better Roads

Better Roads

Better Roads makes Skyrim’s trails and highways more interesting, giving them a bit more character and adding some lore-specific touches. More walls and fences have been added - touches of civilisation - while bridges have been made a bit more diverse and in keeping with the architecture of the areas they’re built in. Generally, they’re just less drab. It’s a subtle improvement, but Skyrim’s a much better place to walk around with this in your mod library.

Download Better Roads or the Special Edition version

Climates of Tamriel

Climates of Tamriel

Climates of Tamriel is a massive weather and lighting mod that replaces all of Skyrim’s boring weather with hundreds of different weather variations, from sunny days to cataclysmic storms and everything in between. It’s predominantly a visual mod, but there are plenty of audio improvements to go along with it. Climates of Tamriel is at its best when paired with an ENB like SkyrimSE Re-Engaged ENB and Realistic Lighting Overhaul’s interior lighting.

Download Climates of Tamriel or the Special Edition version


Best NPCs and creature mods for Skyrim

Interesting NPCs

Interesting NPCs

Interesting NPCs is packed with new characters scattered all over Skyrim, each with their own background, schedule and branching dialogue. There’s over 250 of them, including marriage prospects, followers and quest givers. Followers also have unique commentary, insights and questlines, so there’s plenty of reasons to ditch the largely forgettable vanilla cast and travel with some new pals.

Download Interesting NPCs or the Special Edition version

Immersive Citizens

Immersive Citizens

Skyrim’s NPCs aren’t always the sharpest knives in the drawer, but Immersive Citizens alleviates some of that by delving into their empty heads and leaving something there. With these tweaks, NPCs respond in more realistic and diverse ways to things like weather, attacks and their day-to-day schedules, depending on who they are. Most important is the survival instinct feature, letting NPCs evaluate threats and act accordingly.

Download Immersive Citizens or the Special Edition version

Immersive Creatures

Immersive Creatures

We’ve all killed our fair share of draugr and dragons (too many, probably), so thank goodness for Immersive Creatures and its long list of mostly lore-friendly monsters and creatures waiting to be battered. This throws in everything from warring goblin tribes to considerably more exotic and indescribable nightmares. The world a bit more deadly. It’s possible to tweak this mod to your liking, removing creatures and changing the difficulty via the menu.

Download Immersive Creatures or the Special Edition version

Immersive Patrols

Immersive Patrols

Skyrim’s supposedly warring factions don’t really get up to very much, but Immersive Patrols thrusts them into conflict a bit more often. It creates patrols for not just the factions of the civil war, the Stormcloaks and Imperials, but also the Dawnguard and Thalmor. There are even some raider patrols, too. These warbands clash in specific areas, with forts and territory changing hands depending on the outcome of the battle. It makes Skyrim feel like a more mutable place, and importantly one that doesn’t need you to get involved for changes to happen.

Download Immersive Patrols or the Special Edition version

Amazing Follower Tweaks

Amazing Follower Tweaks

Ever wanted to traipse around Skyrim with your very own supernatural band? Amazing Follower Tweaks is an extremely helpful follower management tool that lets you have multiple followers, organise their equipment and give them orders, but the best bit is being able to turn them into vampires and werewolves. The limit is five followers, but that’s much more impressive when it’s five deadly, magical monsters with a thirst for blood and flesh.

Download Amazing Follower Tweaks or the Special Edition version

Run For Your Lives

Run For Your Lives

Speaking of deadly, magical monsters with a thirst for blood and flesh, this mod makes NPCs run away when one of them attacks. Dragons and vampires will scare off NPCs, making them run to their home or the nearest inn until the area is safe again. No more risking your life to save some idiot with a torch who’s decided they can fight a dragon. Guards and Warrior Guild members will, of course, still impotently flail at monsters, since it’s their job.

Download Run For Your Lives or the Special Edition version

Convenient Horses

Convenient Horses

It’s pretty clear why most people in Skyrim travel by foot - their horses are terrible. Not with Convenient Horses, however. The name doesn’t paint the full picture. Sure, it makes horses a lot more convenient, letting you loot, harvest and interact with the world while you’re riding, along with other time-saving features, but it also makes horses deeper generally. You can train them, put all of your followers on them, get new equipment via faction quests and crafting, and there’s an encumbrance system.

Download Convenient Horses or the Special Edition version

Relationship Dialogue Overhaul

Relationship Dialogue Overhaul

Relationship Dialogue Overhaul makes Skyrim a chattier place. NPCs get a whopping 5,000 lines of new, reactive dialogue, all voiced. The mod’s creators used existing lines, adding them to new situations and, in some instances, creating new bits of dialogue by splicing lines together. NPCs react more realistically, letting you know what they think of you, while followers will take into account their relationship with you. If you’re travelling with your spouse, for instance, they’ll talk to you like a husband or wife rather than just another hired hand.

Download Relationship Dialogue Overhaul or the Special Edition version

Simply Better Movement Speed

Simply Better Movement Speed

Simply Better Movement Speed tweaks how fast you move while walking, running and sneaking. Walking speed has been significantly boosted, while running is slower. The pace feels more natural, making it necessary to get a horse for long journeys, but making wandering around towns and villages much quicker. It also makes players the same speed as NPCs, so following people around is no longer a chore where you have to make constant adjustments.

Download Simply Better Movement Speed or the Special Edition version

Moonlight Tales

Moonlight Tales

Getting lycanthropy is a great way to shake things up, but as much fun as it is to stomp around Skyrim as a massive wolf, the system is pretty underdeveloped. Moonlight Tales, then, is essential if you plan on tearing people apart during a full moon. It completely overhauls werewolves, replacing the perk tree, introducing new abilities, forcing lunar transformations and, best of all, letting you become a werebear. Whichever beastie you pick, you’ll also get lots of different skin choices.

Download Moonlight Tales or the Special Edition version


Best weapon and armour mods for Skyrim

Immersive Weapons

Immersive Weapons

There is a seemingly endless supply of user-created weapons on the Skyrim Nexus, but Immersive Weapons should always be at the top of your list. It’s an increasingly massive mod that adds over 250 weapons and 21 archetypes to the game that you can buy, loot or craft yourself. The benefit of using this instead of adding all your weapons piecemeal is that these weapons have been designed to co-exist, keeping balance and lore in mind. Unlike lightsabers.

Download Immersive Weapons or the Special Edition version

Immersive Armors

Immersive Armors

If you’re grabbing Hothtrooper’s Immersive Weapons, you should pick up their Immersive Armors as well. Like the weapon mod, it introduces hundreds of new pieces of lore-appropriate armour and shields, allowing you to finally live out your dream of wearing a saber-toothed cat on your head. There are some nifty accessories, too, including eye patches and scarves. You’ll be prepared for anything.

Download Immersive Armors or the Special Edition version

Bandoliers

Bandoliers

If you’ve ever fancied dressing your Dragonborn up as a Rob Liefeld superhero, Bandoliers is the mod for you. It adds new item slots to your body and then provides a vast number of pouches, bags and bandoliers that you can strap onto yourself. If you’d prefer to look less like Cable and more like a wizard, there are also book and vial holders. They’re practical, too, letting you stuff your inventory full of junk.

Download Bandoliers or the Special Edition version

Cloaks of Skyrim

Cloaks of Skyrim

If you don’t wear a cloak, how will anyone know that you’re an adventuring hero? Cloaks are an RPG necessity, so Cloaks of Skyrim provides an important public service. It summons a bounty of cloaks into the world, nearly 100 styles in all, ranging from faction-specific clobber to tattered, monstrous garments that only a Daedra would wear. NPCs will wear them, too, and they actually make guards look more authoritative. A nice cloak commands respect.

Download Cloaks of Skyrim or the Special Edition version

Wearable Lanterns

Wearable Lanterns

Only mugs hold their own lanterns. Wearable Lanterns is a mod for the adventurer who doesn’t have time for holding extra junk while they’re slaughtering their way through undead-infested dungeons. You can attach the lantern to your belt, or you can just give it to one of your followers; they can hold or wear it for you. Even handier! Honestly, is there any need for the sun now that we've got this sorted?

Download Wearable Lanterns or the Special Edition version

Deadly Cabbages

Deadly Cabbages

Throw a magical cabbage at your enemies. Go on.

Download Deadly Cabbages or the Special Edition version


Best combat and magic mods for Skyrim

Phenderix Magic Evolved

Phenderix Magic Evolved

Phenderix’s Magic Evolved flings 400 new spells into your magical repertoire. You can expand your arcane arsenal with blood magic, druidic spells and all sorts of new stuff that can then be combined to create even more powerful results. Cast some lightning magic on someone you just soaked with water magic, for instance, and you're going to do a bit more harm. You can even clone enemies, turn them into chickens or break the laws of time and space. They’re customisable, too! You can change how they look, and while that has no practical benefit, being a wizard is at least 50% showmanship.

Download Phenderix Magic Evolved or the Special Edition version

Apocalypse - Magic of Skyrim

Apocalypse - Magic of Skyrim

Apocalypse has fewer spells, but boy are they fun. And flashy! You can summon tornadoes and volcanoes, rip ghosts out of corpses and send them towards enemies or trap people in mystical prisons. The handiest, however, are often the more mundane spells, like being able to find gold veins or conjuring up spectral bridges that transport you across large gaps. OK, that's not mundane at all. The mod neatly slots into the game and feels like a natural extension of the existing magic system, but a lot more creative.

Download Apocalypse - Magic of Skyrim or the Special Edition version

Wildcat/Smilodon - Combat of Skyrim

Wildcat/Smilodon - Combat of Skyrim

Wildcat and Smilodon are combat overhaul mods for Original Flavour Skyrim and Skyrim Special Edition respectively, both created by EnaiSiaion (they also made Apocalypse). There are some differences between the versions, but both improve combat AI and introduce attacks of opportunity and timed blocking. Generally, combat is faster and more deadly, with weapons dealing more damage. It’s designed to be tinkered with, however, so don’t just stick with the default settings if you’re finding them a bit too tricky.

Download Wildcat/Smilodon - Combat of Skyrim or the Special Edition version

VioLens - A Killmove Mod

VioLens - A Killmove Mod

VioLens lets you customise your killmoves, both melee and ranged, letting you decide how often they appear and what move each weapon triggers. You can create different profiles and tweak things like decapitations, slow motion, and what you see when you’re in first-person or third-person mode. If you want to give your fights some extra cinematic flair, this is a good way to go about it.

Download VioLens - A Killmove Mod or the Special Edition version

Pretty Combat Animations

Pretty Combat Animations

Swap out the boring vanilla idle weapon animations for something a bit fancier. Pretty Combat Animations lets you pick from full animation sets that change what your character looks like when they run, walk and sneak while armed (or unarmed, if you're just using your fists). You'll look dangerous even when you're just standing around.

Download Pretty Combat Animations or the Special Edition version


Best town and city mods for Skyrim

Towns and Villages Enhanced

Towns and Villages Enhanced

Towns and Villages Enhanced is a series of mods from Aplestormy that gives several of Skyrim’s settlements stunning makeovers. There are maybe a few too many trees, though I am a fan of the overgrown look. They’re more cluttered and lively as a result of the tweaks and additions, and they make vanilla Skyrim look positively dead in comparison. Unfortunately, the mods haven’t been updated in years, and they’ve not been ported over to the new edition. The should still work with Special Edition anyway, but there might be some unforeseen issues.

Download Towns and Villages Enhanced

HQ Towns and Villages / Expanded Towns and Cities

/>HQ Towns and Villages / Expanded Towns and Cities

They're not quite the dramatic visual overhaul that Towns and Villages Enhanced is, but together these two mods replace the vanilla textures with high-quality versions and add new bits and pieces. And unlike Towns and Villages Enhanced, they're designed for the Special Edition. If you’re looking for something that hews closer to Bethesda’s vision of Skyrim, these are perfect. The textures are much improved, but they otherwise maintain the original aesthetic, while the towns that have been expanded so far (Darkwater Crossing, Dawnstar and Riverwood) are familiar but busier.

Download HQ Towns and Villages and Expanded Towns and Cities

Open Cities Skyrim

Open Cities Skyrim

Skyrim hides all of its cities behind gates and loading screens; Open Cities Skyrim smashes them down. This beefy mod moves the cities into the main Skyrim map, rather than the pocket dimension in which they existed, so you can seamlessly move between city and wilderness. All you’re really bypassing is a brief loading screen, but what a difference it makes. The world feels more cohesive, guards react to what’s going on beyond the walls and you can ride your horse into town.

Download Open Cities Skyrim or the Special Edition version

Helgen Reborn

Helgen Reborn

Poor Helgen. It only got a few minutes of screentime before it got roasted, along with most of its inhabitants. Helgen Reborn, then, is a lovely mod that gives the town a second life. Not only does it let you bring Helgen back, there are six custom dungeons, loads of new NPCs, quests, feuds, a town guard to train, new sets of armour to discover - there’s a lot going on. It’s much better than leaving it a charred ruin, even if you still harbour a grudge for everyone standing by when you were about to get your head chopped off.

Download Helgen Reborn or the Special Edition version

Winterhold Rebuilt

Winterhold Rebuilt

Similar to Helgen Reborn, this mod revitalises the gloomy town of Winterhold as you work through a quest. In the end, you’ll get yourself a new home, while Winterhold will get a bunch of new buildings and merchants. Those merchants, I should add, are very wealthy, so it's a great place to offload your inventory. Everyone wins!

Download Winterhold Rebuilt or the Special Edition version


Best quests and overhaul mods for Skyrim

Alternate Start - Live Another Life

Alternate Start - Live Another Life

Alternate Start is the best way to start a new game of Skyrim. Instead of starting out on the prisoner wagon heading to Helgen, you’ll be able to pick from a multitude of very different origins. Maybe you’re just a hunter camping in the woods, a patron of the Riverwood Inn or a vampire hiding with your undead kin in a dark cave. What you pick doesn’t just determine your starting location, it also changes your inventory. If you want, you can easily pick up the main quest again, or you can just revel in your new life as a recently escaped necromancer’s thrall.

Download Alternate Start - Live Another Life or the Special Edition version

Falskaar

Falskaar

Falskaar is a total conversion mod created by Alexander Velicky to prove to Bethesda he could make something that rivalled their DLC, but with a fraction of their resources. He’s since landed a job at Bungie as a result. Adding approximately 20 hours to the base game, Falskaar is an impressive mod that adds a whole new land independent of Tamriel, accessible by portal and later by boat. It boasts new items and shouts, and adds 26 new quests - which includes nine main story ventures and 17 side quests. If you’re looking to push more mileage from Skyrim, they don’t come much better than Falskaar.

Download Falskaar or the Special Edition version

The Forgotten City

The Forgotten City

Another ambitious conversion, The Forgotten City won a national Writer’s Guild award, a first in the medium, for its clever murder mystery script. It’s an eight-hour investigative romp set in an ancient underground city that is, not surprisingly, thick with mysteries. It’s a proper detective story, full of interrogations and sniffing around for clues. Think Poirot, but with magic and ethical conundrums. It feels like a professional production that just happens to also be a mod for Skyrim. A standalone game based on the mod is also in the works.

Download The Forgotten City or the Special Edition version

Moonpath to Elsweyr

Moonpath to Elsweyr

Sick of chilly Skyrim? Hop on a wagon and take a trip to distant Elsweyr, the home of the fluffy Khajiit. The rainforest and desert makes a nice change of scene, and the Khajiit are far more interesting than the moody Nords. As well as a change in setting, there are plenty of entertaining quests, NPCs and, above all else, an airship of your very own. Moonpath to Elsweyr is almost as old as Skyrim and was a bit creaky as a result, but it started getting updated again last year. It’s the best time to take it for a spin.

Download The Forgotten City or the Special Edition version

Enderal

With a main storyline alone that amounts to 30 hours of questing, Enderal is a titanic mod set in an entirely new land made up of tropical costs, frosty mountains and dense forests. There are countless new assets, running the gamut from photo-scanned rocks to new monsters. Perks, combat and animations have similarly been overhauled - it’s essentially a new game. And a great one, to boot.

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Unfortunately, it's not compatible with the Special Edition; you’ll need to do a bit of faffing to get it to work, though it’s entirely worth the effort.


Best character customisation mods for Skyrim

Total Character Makeover

Total Character Makeover

Total Character Makeover takes the best appearances from Skyrim Nexus, spruces them up even more and collects them in one convenient package. It doesn’t include new hairstyles, beards or body shapes, but it improves just about everything else for every race. It generally sticks close to the original style of Skyrim’s NPCs - you won’t see big anime eyes or uncanny dolls - but it’s still a meaty enhancement.

Download Total Character Makeover or the Special Edition version

Apachii's Skyhair

Apachii's Skyhair

Worried your greasy hair is holding you back? Keep finding twigs in your mane right after a job interview? Get yourself Apachii’s Skyhair and replace your manky bird’s nest with silky smooth locks that a model would envy - adventurers can use conditioner too, you know. The mod offers up a ridiculous number of new styles. Remember to get the optional helmet wigs file to make sure your gorgeous hair can be shown off even when you’re wearing a hat.

Download Apachii's Skyhair or the Special Edition version

Ish’s Souls to Perks

Ish's Souls to Perks

Souls to Perks adds a ‘Dragon Stone’ to Guardian Stones which allows dragon souls to be swapped for perk points without the restrictions other mods have come with. No more souls gathering dust because you’ve had your fill of Dragon Shouts.

Download Ish’s Souls to Perks or the Special Edition version

Ordinator

Ordinator

Ordinator completely overhauls Skyrim’s perk trees, introducing a ridiculous 400 new perks. They’re brilliant. It turns each perk tree into a cohesive class, though of course the perks are still all designed to be mixed and matched. Take Alchemy, for instance. The vanilla tree just gives you some resistances and lets you make more powerful potions. It’s rubbish. The Ordinator version, however, transforms you into a mad scientist, dripping horrible pools of magical (and explosive) oil and figuring out new ways to hurt people with poisons. Building your own unique class is infinitely more rewarding with all these exotic perks.

Special Edition

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Best UI mods for Skyrim

SkyUI

SkyUI

SkyUI works magic with Skyrim’s interface, vastly improving everything from inventory management to crafting. There are search fields, you can make lists of favourites and everything is displayed clearly. It cuts out so much mucking around. It also includes the Mod Configuration Menu, an extremely handy tool that makes it easy to customise mods. It’s used by several on this list, making SkyUI even more essential. After a long wait, a Special Edition port appeared last year, but it’s still in alpha.

Download SkyUI or the Special Edition version

Immersive HUD

Immersive HUD

The best HUDs are the ones you don’t notice until you need them. Immersive HUD makes HUD elements like the crosshair and compass invisible until they're called for. The crosshair will only show up if you’re holding a ranged weapon or hovering over an item, you can toggle the compass with the press of a button and meters vanish when they’re at 100%. It’s customisable, too, so you can tweak the transparency of the compass and fiddle with other elements. Skyrim doesn’t have too much screen clutter, but there’s no need for any at all when you’re just exploring peacefully.

Download Immersive HUD or the Special Edition version

A Quality World Map - With Roads

A Quality World Map - With Roads

Skyrim’s map is pretty but largely indecipherable. It’s not the sort of map that you’d use if you were orienteering. You’ll get lost, stuck behind mountains, lose track of the road and curse the cartographer who made this unhelpful mess. A Quality World Map - With Roads is considerably more detailed, clear and, importantly, shows you where all the roads are. It’s essential for explorers.

Download A Quality World Map - With Roads or the Special Edition version

Stones of Barenziah Quest Markers

Stones of Barenziah Quest Markers

A simple but effective mod that adds quest markers to all 24 Stones of Barenziah which feature in the ‘No Stone Unturned’ quest. It’s a massive pain in the arse to find them all without it.

Download Stones of Barenziah Quest Markers or the Special Edition version


Best survival mods for Skyrim

Frostfall

Frostfall

Frostfall turns Skyrim into a survival game. It implements a system that tracks your location, the weather, the time of day, and your worn clothing among other things and, combined with the Campfire mod, adds a range of craftable camping equipment which you’ll need to combat hypothermia. Trekking through Winterhold wearing the wrong gear or taking a dip in an ice water lake can prove fatal – be sure to wrap up.

Download Frostfall or the Special Edition version

Campfire - Complete Camping System

Campfire - Complete Camping System

Campfire takes the camping system from Frostfall and spins it into an even more developed standalone mod. You can craft camping gear, make roaring hearths that give you bonuses and even become a tracker. There’s a perk tree attached to it, as well. It’s handy if you want to play around with other survival mods without giving up the comforts of your campsite. It’s also required if you want to use the latest version of Frostfall.

Download Campfire - Complete Camping System or the Special Edition version

Realistic Needs and Diseases

Realistic Needs and Diseases

Nobody really needs to eat in Skyrim, which explains the abundance of food. It’s just sitting there, completely ignored. Imagine how miserable all the chefs must be, preparing food that nobody is remotely interested in. The best they can hope for is that an adventurer will scoff some as a last resort. Realistic Needs and Diseases returns food to its lofty status. If you don’t eat, you’ll starve. Drinking is similarly necessary. There are other negative effects before death, but also lots of positive ones for eating well. You need your rest, too, but watch out where you decide to take a nap - if it’s somewhere horrible you might contract a nasty disease.

Download Realistic Needs and Diseases or the Special Edition version

Wet and Cold

Wet and Cold

Wet and Cold is a perfect accompaniment to Skyrim’s survival and weather mods. It mostly adds visual effects that complement the foul weather, but it also changes NPC behaviours. If it’s raining you’ll drip and, if you look up, you might get a raindrop in your eye. When it’s cold, you’ll see your breath (unless you’re a vampire, which is a fantastic touch) and, if it’s also snowing, your hair will get covered in it. During bad weather, NPCs will have different reactions depending on their race, age and job. Argonians, for instance, will stay outside when it’s raining because they can’t get enough of it, while children will flee because they have a deep, abiding fear of water.

Download Wet and Cold or the Special Edition version

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20 Best Free Armor Mods For Skyrim (Our Top Picks)

Armor. The main defensive means of any warrior.

Regardless of the quality of your shield, having a decent set of armor can be the decisive factor between life and death.

As good as some base game armors come, there are some things which could be added and improved.

The Skyrim modding community has been developing some incredibly well-made armor mods for years. And since the release of Skyrim for PC the number of mods has only grown larger.

Right now the number of extra armor mods you can download is so large that browsing any Skyrim mod forum will take you hours if you are solely looking for wears!

So I’ve compiled a list of the finest extra armor mods to help you whittle down the best of the best. Be sure to grab anything that looks enticing and just remember these are all totally free!

20. Blades Samurai Armor and Kimonos

Blades Samurai Armor and Kimonos mod

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Have you ever desired to roleplay a Samurai in Skyrim without breaking the character of the Dragonborn?

Fear not, this mod is exactly what you are looking for.

It adds a variety of heavy armor sets to the game intended to be used by the Blades.

The design fits right in with the Blades’ armors so it is as close to a legit Samurai armor as you will get in the game.

The best thing about this mod is that it also adds weapons with the Samurai theme to the game. Which means you will be able to roam around the plains of Skyrim with your trusty katana and a lust for blood!

19. Ritual Armor of Boethiah

Ritual Armor of Boethiah mod

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If you are interested in lore-friendly sets of armor this one is going to be just a plain treat.

Those who like to roleplay dark characters might want to give the Ritual Armor of Boethiah a try, as it was a set of armor originally forged by cultists who praised the Daedric Prince Boethiah.

Now you can craft the set of armor yourself and bring terror to the hearts of the innocent in the realm.

18. Goyen, The Draconic Knight Armor

Goyen Skyrim Draconic mod

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This heavy set of armor once belonged to Goyen, a knight who used to serve the Dragon Kings.

After he was betrayed, the man went on a bloodlust to kill all of the kings, and his armor became a thing of legend.

If you want to get your hands on the set of armor once belonging to this fearsome warrior you will have to kill the boss in Dovah Kendaar Do Jun.

But be warned: you will need to be prepared to face a very strong opponent here. It is an additional set, after all.

17. Alfheim Knights

Alfheim Knights Skyrim mod

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Have you ever noticed how most sets of armor in Skyrim do not seem to fit Elven characters quite right?

In fact, you would even think Elven characters seem to be made specifically for the purpose of being mages. And using any other type of armor other than a robe would look a bit ridiculous.

There must be a way to fix this, right? Good news – there is!

The Alfheim Knights armor is a set which adapts to an Elven knight almost perfectly.

It belongs to a race of warrior elves who combine both their intuition and the strength of most humans from Skyrim.

16. Warchief Armor

Warchief Armor Skyrim mod

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The Warchief armor is very unique, but it somehow does not feel out of place in the game.

The creator of the mod has stated the main goal of this armor was to fuse some of the main aspects of the main warrior races of the game, a purpose which seems to have been diligently fulfilled.

The Warchief armor incorporates bear skin and skulls of slain foes to an otherwise elegant set of fur.

You can use this armor in light as well as heavy versions, so it is up to you to decide how you want to dress for the kill.

15. DreamBurrows Regal Assassin Armor

DreamBurrows Regal Assassin Skyrim mod

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This set is based on the classic armor sets of Assassin’s Creed. And it has that traditional hood we all fell in love with.

However you can choose how you want to wear this armor: you can craft it as light or create it as clothing.

If you do not want to dress heavily then this is a great set of armor for you to use. Especially for Creed fans who like to intermix their fandoms a bit.

Do keep in mind it is mainly aimed at thieves and assassins, so it may not be the best set if you are roleplaying a knight.

14. Armor of Intrigue

Armor of Intrigue mod

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Now this armor can be used by any type of player.

The creators of the mod made sure that you can craft equipment to the armor depending on how you want to play, which means thieves and knights alike will find a use for this highly-detailed set of armor.

It is up to you to decide which elements to add to it.

13. Dragonbone Ebonsteel Armor

Dragonbone Ebonsteel Armor mod

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Have you ever wondered how the Dragonbone armor would look if it were to be crafted by a smith capable of working with ebony?

This is your answer to an otherwise uncommon question.

Dragonbone Ebonsteel Armor is one of the most beautiful sets on the list. And though it is extremely heavy, it will protect you from all kinds of foes including the mightiest of dragons.

12. Perfect Legionnaire – Imperial Armor Reforged

Perfect Legionnaire Skyrim mod

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The armor worn by the Imperial Legion has been a sign of prestige.

And many warriors prefer to wear it proudly, though they do not belong to the Imperial Legion themselves.

This mod aims to overhaul the way the Imperial armor looks by making it slicker and more impressive than in Oblivion and Skyrim. I’d say it turned out pretty well.

11. Lost Paladins of the Divines Wrath Armor

Lost Paladins of the Divines Wrath Armor mod

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Do you remember that beautiful set of Paladin armor going around back in the days of Oblivion?

This mod is a complete rework of that set which gives you an armored horse with a similar set to the one included for your character.

It is a very beautiful set of armor and it somehow seems to fit perfectly well with the lore of the game.

10. Raven Witch Armor

Raven Witch Armor mod

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This female-only armor works best if you intend to wear it with humans only. Which means you will want to avoid trying this dark set on an Argonian for sure.

The mod adds the Apex Werewolf armor to the game which is beneficial and can be crafted if you have the advanced armor smithing perk.

9. DreamBurrows Regal Huntsman Armor

DreamBurrows Regal Huntsman armor mod

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If you have ever wanted to feel like a hunter in Skyrim, but none of the sets included in the base game seem to do the trick, then you will definitely want to check out the Regal’s Huntsman Armor.

It is a beautiful set crafted with fur and adds decent protection on top of a spectacular look that is almost unmatched by any set found in the base game.

Also it’s clearly based on Assassin’s Creed, as is the case with the last DreamBurrows set mentioned on this list.

8. Daedric Reaper Armor

Daedric Reaper Armor mod

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Have you ever felt like the Daedric armor is not as evil as you would like?

Well this Daedric Reaper mod takes the regular Daedric armor one step further and makes it look as if it came straight out of the Diablo universe.

This armor includes a set of two extremely powerful swords along with defensive wear.

And though the set itself does not seem right to be worn by the Dragonborn, it is an awesome and extremely detailed piece of wear you will definitely want to check out.

7. Demon Hunter Armor

Demon Hunter Armor mod

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This female-only armor, which should honestly be called Demon Huntress Armor, is a detailed piece of leather wear that complements its defensive look with some metal alloys.

The set itself is very lightweight and adapts to most types of playstyles. Although admittedly it looks much better on nimble characters like thieves and assassins.

6. Knight of Thorns Armor

Knight of Thorns Armor mod

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This set, which also includes the Spear of Thorns, is the ideal armor to be worn by a Dark Knight role-player.

The armor adapts to almost any type of body in the game and works with both male and female characters.

It is an extremely powerful set which needs to be uncovered in a coffin located on Serpent Stone Island.

5. Kynreeve Armor

Kynreeve Armor mod Skyrim

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Kynreeve Kahl is a powerful Daedra which can be summoned by the most skilled of Conjurers, provided you have already installed the mod that includes him.

In any case, the armor worn by this Dremora is so beautiful that many players have wanted to get their hands on it for a while.

And this mod makes it possible for you to obtain the set worn by this powerful summonable follower.

You will need to visit the Skytemple Ruins and take a stand against two powerful level 30 Dremora who are waiting for you to take them down.

It’s going to be a tough fight, and it requires you to kill them both if you wish to get your hands on the amazing Kynreeve set. But in my eyes it’s well worth the trouble.

4. Shudad Armor

Shudad Armor mod

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This amazing set of armor looks to have been brought straight out of a movie set.

It is so majestic and I think you’ll struggle to find anything like it in any mod page. Although you cannot get your hands on this mod using the Nexus browser – it is only available to download via Steam, and the developer is no longer supporting it sadly.

In any case this unique armor is modeled to be worn both by males and females, and its appearance is so mighty, you will look like a holy warrior wearing it.

Lack of updates may be a turnoff but I think it’s so fun that I just had to include this in my top 5.

3. Masters of Death – Rise of the Dark Brotherhood

Masters of Death mod

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This mod replaces all of the Dark Brotherhood armors with these incredible sets, which are as beautiful to look at as they are meticulously made.

It is called the Sicarius Armor and it adapts perfectly to any assassin playstyle you might want to follow. As you can imagine, it is based on the traditional Assassin’s Creed style too.

The set does not fall short on detail and it also fits perfectly into the world of Skyrim. Give it a try and see what you think.

2. Silver Dragon Armor

Silver Dragon Armor mod

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Now this set of dark armor is made to look as if it were a dragon standing.

The helmet is one of the most perfectly-crafted I have encountered in the Skyrim modder community, second to none on this list.

Furthermore it provides great defensive attributes and serves as a perfect type of armor to be worn by those who are a bit far away from the light, if you catch my drift.

Traversing through the plains of Skyrim with a dark horse and this set of armor is a thing to behold and you will absolutely love doing so if you download this mod to go along with your journey.

1. Immersive Armors

Immersive Armors mod, best in Skyrim

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Created by the same developer of Immersive Weapons, this mod adds new armor types to the game and increases the variety of where they spawn.

Ultimately this makes Skyrim feel way richer than it does when you first download the base game or any of its DLC’s.

All of the armors added with this mod are extremely lore-friendly. And with over 50 sets of armor to choose from it will be hard for you to not find something you like considering everything this mod has to offer.

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Skyrim SE Female Armor Mods 2020

Best Skyrim Special Edition Armor Mods on Xbox One, PS4, & PC (2021)

Skyrim is packed with all sorts of different armors and items you can use on your character. However, with these mods on, you can expand your armory with all sorts of cool (and even weird) equipment. Here are the best Skyrim Special Edition armor mods on Xbox One, PS4, and PC.

Darth Vader Armor (PC, Xbox One)

Best Skyrim Special Edition Armor Mods

With this mod, you’ll be able to craft Darth Vader equipment as well as a saber hilt, which you can enchant with a saber blade once you pick up a lightsaber mod.

Ashara Princes of the Woods (Xbox One)

This mod adds Ashara Princes of the Woods armor to Skyrim through 17 different armor pieces, 6 fur complements, and 8 wigs. Between those pieces and various color options, there’re 122 new items to try out.

Nazgul Armor (Xbox One)

Best Skyrim Special Edition Armor Mods

With Nazgul Armor, you can dress as the villainous Lord of the Rings riders. This set is light armor with Dragonscale-level stats, and works for male and female characters. One of the best armor mods you can get.

Skyforge Dragonbone Weapons and Dragonplate Armor (PC, PS4, Xbox One)

Now you can wield the mythical Skyforge to create stronger versions of Dragonplate armor (and Dragonbone weapons, if you’re into that too).

Ebony Archmage Armor (PC, Xbox One)

Best Skyrim Special Edition Armor Mods

It’s hard to feel like a badass mage in Skyrim, given you’ll be walking around in nothing but cloth. It may be time to take up the Ebony Archmage armor set and let Tamriel know who’s boss. Cons: the helmet does not always seem to work on Argonians and Khajiit. Pros: It comes with a scythe.

Armored Robes (PlayStation 4, Xbox One)

Armored Robes is another great mod for mages, adding robes with armor ratings to your crafting options. It’s one of the best mods you can download if you have a magic build.

Witcher 3 Viper Armor (PC, Xbox One)

Best Skyrim Special Edition Armor Mods

Witcher 3 Viper Armor lets you run around in the Viper school garb of Geralt, the protagonist of the hit RPG, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. Note: the set is made for only male character models.

Morag Tong Master Assassin Armor (PS4, Xbox One)

The Morag Tong is a powerful secret society, and as such, Morag Tong armor should pack a little more of a punch. This mod adds a set specially enchanted for assassins and with stats equivalent to Glass tier.

Heavy Armor Hood (PC)

Best Skyrim Special Edition Armor Mods

For those who enjoy the strength of Heavy Armor, but don’t enjoy covering their faces with giant metal blocks, there’s the Heavy Armor Hood. This mod drops a Deadric-level hood near Windhelm with the stats of heavy armor, but the appearance of a cloth hood. Definitely one of the best mods worth getting.

Daedric Blue Light Armor (Xbox One)

With the Daedric Blue Light Armor mod, you can craft awesome Daedric gear that weighs half as much as the standard armor. Also, it glows blue!

Hello Dovahkiins Ehh X-Men (Xbox One)

Best Skyrim Special Edition Armor Mods

This mod adds three Wolverine equipment sets, a Wolverine follower, Wolverine claws, a Wolverine chest — basically all the Wolverine you could need. One of the best X-Men mods out there for sure.

Crom (PC, Xbox One)

The Crom mod adds a number of craftable armors that turn your hero into a skeleton, either clothed or bare bones (hah). Basically, putting on this armor takes off your skin. One of the best freaky mods you can get your hands on.

Craftable Nocturnal Robes (PS4)

Best Skyrim Special Edition Armor Mods

The PS4 doesn’t get a lot of armor mod love because of Sony’s restrictions on the use of external assets. This mod looks to help by providing craftable Nocturnal Robes.

Witcher 3 Feline Armor (PC, Xbox One)

Need even more Witcher 3 in your Skyrim experience? This mod adds the Feline armor set to Skyrim: Special Edition.

Ciri Armor Mod (Xbox One)

Best Skyrim Special Edition Armor Mods

For the female Witchers out there, this Ciri armor mod will put you right on The Path.

Triss & Yennefer Armor Mod (PC, Xbox One)

Skyrim has room for sorceresses as well. This mod will grant you armor that decks you out as either Triss or Yennefer from The Witcher 3. Witcher fans definitely shouldn’t miss out on one of the best mods in the game.

Knight of Molag Bal Armor (PC, Xbox One)

Best Skyrim Special Edition Armor Mods

Molag Bal, the Daedric Prince of domination, harvests souls and created Vampires. If you hope to be even half as hardcore as him, you’ll need this Knight of Molag Bal armor.

Animated Dragon Wings (Xbox One)

You’re the Dovahkiin, so you better look the part. This amazing mod grants you dragon wings that not only make you look cool, but also increase the following stats: health, magicka, stamina, and shout recovery rate. One of the best mods you should have on your list.

Battlemage Armor (PC, Xbox One)

Best Skyrim Special Edition Armor Mods

Another great option for spellcasters, this mage armor set is well-hidden within the College questline, and offers great stats and starting enchantments at either light or heavy weight classes.

Northborn Fur Hoods (PC, Xbox One)

This mod adds a series of craftable fur hoods, so that your character has something more realistic to wear during the cold seasons of Skyrim. It’s also compatible with the famed Frostfall mod, offering maximum cold protection.

Mortal Kombat Scorpion Trilogy (PC, Xbox One)

Best Skyrim Special Edition Armor Mods

Be Scorpion from Mortal Kombat. If you want to tear your enemies apart and pull off fatalities, now you can do it with style with one of the best mods.

Armor All Playable (PC, PS4, Xbox One)

Turn any armor into either light or heavy equipment with this mod, ideal for anyone looking for more equipment freedom. Hands down one of the best mods you can get.

Legend of the Beast Slayer (Xbox One)

Best Skyrim Special Edition Armor Mods

Become a Beast Slayer with this custom heavy armor set, craftable after completing a special quest picked up from books in Whiterun.

Hopefully this list of the best Skyrim Special Edition armor mods helped you out. For more on all things Skyrim, check out our lists of the best Skyrim Special Edition Xbox One mods and the best PC mods currently available to players.

Darth Vader armor (PC, Xbox One)

Darth Vader armor (PC, Xbox One)

With this mod, you'll be able to craft Darth Vader armor as well as a saber hilt, which you can enchant with a saber blade once you pick up a lightsaber mod.
Ashara Princes of the Woods (Xbox One)

Ashara Princes of the Woods (Xbox One)

This mod adds Ashara Princes of the Woods armor to Skyrim through 17 different armor pieces, 6 fur complements, and 8 wigs. Between those pieces and various color options, there're 122 new items to try out.
Nazgul Armor (Xbox One)

Nazgul Armor (Xbox One)

With Nazgul Armor, you can dress as the villainous Lord of the Rings riders. This set is light armor with Dragonscale-level stats, and works for male and female characters.
Skyforge Dragonbone Weapons and Dragonplate Armor (PC, PS4, Xbox One)

Skyforge Dragonbone Weapons and Dragonplate Armor (PC, PS4, Xbox One)

Ebony Archmage Armor (PC, Xbox One)

Ebony Archmage Armor (PC, Xbox One)

It's hard to feel like a badass mage in Skyrim, given you'll be walking around in nothing but cloth. It may be time to take up the Ebony Archmage armor set and let Tamriel know who's boss. Cons: The helmet does not always seem to work on Argonians and Khajiit. Pros: It comes with a scythe.
Armored Robes (PlayStation 4, Xbox One)

Armored Robes (PlayStation 4, Xbox One)

Armored Robes is another great mod for mages, adding robes with armor ratings to your crafting options. It's one of the best mods you can download if you have a magic build.
Witcher 3 Viper Armor (PC, Xbox One)

Witcher 3 Viper Armor (PC, Xbox One)

Witcher 3 Viper Armor lets you run around in the Viper school garb of Geralt, the protagonist of the hit RPG, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. Note: the set is made for only male character models.
Morag Tong Master Assassin Armor (PS4, Xbox One)

Morag Tong Master Assassin Armor (PS4, Xbox One)

The Morag Tong is a powerful secret society, and as such, Morag Tong armor should pack a little more of a punch. This mod adds a set specially enchanted for assassins and with stats equivalent to Glass tier.
Heavy Armor Hood (PC)

Heavy Armor Hood (PC)

For those who enjoy the strength of Heavy Armor, but don't enjoy covering their faces with giant metal blocks, there's the Heavy Armor Hood. This mod drops a Deadric-level hood near Windhelm with the stats of heavy armor, but appearance of a cloth hood.
Daedric Blue Light Armor (Xbox One)

Daedric Blue Light Armor (Xbox One)

With the Daedric Blue Light Armor mod, you can craft awesome Daedric gear that weighs half as much as the standard armor. Also, it glows blue!
Hello Dovahkiins ehh X-Men (Xbox One)

Hello Dovahkiins ehh X-Men (Xbox One)

This mod adds three Wolverine armor sets, a Wolverine follower, Wolverine claws, a Wolverine chest -- basically all the Wolverine you could need.
Crom (PC, Xbox One)

Crom (PC, Xbox One)

The Crom mod adds a number of craftable armors that turn your hero into a skeleton, either clothed or bare bones (hah). Basically, putting on this armor takes off your skin.
Craftable Nocturnal Robes (PS4)

Craftable Nocturnal Robes (PS4)

The PS4 doesn't get a lot of armor mod love because of Sony's restrictions on the use of external assets. This mod looks to help by providing craftable Nocturnal Robes.
Witcher 3 Feline Armor (PC, Xbox One)

Witcher 3 Feline Armor (PC, Xbox One)

Need even more Witcher 3 in your Skyrim experience? This mod adds the Feline armor set to Skyrim: Special Edition.
Ciri Armor Mod (Xbox One)

Ciri Armor Mod (Xbox One)

For the female Witchers out there, this Ciri armor mod will put you right on The Path.
Triss & Yennefer Armor Mod (PC, Xbox One)

Triss & Yennefer Armor Mod (PC, Xbox One)

Skyrim has room for sorceresses as well. This mod will grant you armor that decks you out as either Triss or Yennefer from The Witcher 3.
Knight of Molag Bal Armor (PC, Xbox One)

Knight of Molag Bal Armor (PC, Xbox One)

Molag Bal, the Daedric Prince of domination, harvests souls and created Vampires. If you hope to be even half as hardcore as him, you'll need this Knight of Molag Bal armor.
Animated Dragon Wings (Xbox One)

Animated Dragon Wings (Xbox One)

You're the Dovahkiin, so you better look the part. This amazing mod grants you dragon wings that not only make you look cool, but also increase the following stats: health, magicka, stamina, and shout recovery rate. One of the best mods you should have on your list.
Battlemage Armor (PC, Xbox One)

Battlemage Armor (PC, Xbox One)

Another great option for spellcasters, this mage armor set is well hidden within the College questline, and offers great stats and starting enchantments at either light or heavy weight classes.
Northborn Fur Hoods (PC, Xbox One)

Northborn Fur Hoods (PC, Xbox One)

This mod adds a series of craftable fur hoods, so that your character has something more realistic to wear during the cold seasons of Skyrim. It's also compatible with the famed Frostfall mod, offering maximum cold protection.
Mortal Kombat Scorpion Trilogy (PC, Xbox One)

Mortal Kombat Scorpion Trilogy (PC, Xbox One)

Be Scorpion from Mortal Kombat. If you want to tear your enemies apart and pull off fatalities, now you can do it with style with one of the best mods available.
Armor All Playable (PC, PS4, Xbox One)

Armor All Playable (PC, PS4, Xbox One)

Turn any armor into either light or heavy armor with this mod, ideal for anyone looking for more equipment freedom.
Legend of the Beast Slayer (Xbox One)

Legend of the Beast Slayer (Xbox One)

Become a Beast Slayer with this custom heavy armor set, craftable after completing a special quest picked up from books in Whiterun.
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