This mod aimes to add Aloria from the David Eddings books to skyrim and to add buyable houses in various towns along with horses. I plan to recreate the entire storyline of the Belgariad with expansion packs to be set in the future that takes place with Bhelliom and Sparhawk.
As nearing the first beta release. I have incountered a problem and may have to restart the entire mod. So the release may take a bit longer than expected. when you go to it in game all there is a white light intill this is fixed there will not be a release. Faldors farm is almost complete and so is Erat and Lake Erat is complete.. Ok Fixed Problem with it... now back on scheldule
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