This mod allows you to play Oscuro's Oblivion Overhaul, Martigen's Monster Mod, Oblivion WarCry, and Francesco's Leveled Creatures-Items together without any conflicts (not the OBMM conflicts - true conflicts that prevent you from playing). Of course, yo
FCOM: Convergence shatters previous barriers in the Oblivion mod community by letting you play four of the largest Oblivion "overhaul" mods at the same time -- Oscuro's Oblivion Overhaul, Martigen's Monster Mod, Oblivion WarCry, and Francesco's Leveled Creatures-Items. It also seeks to show how new item and/or creature expansion mods can be added directly to this environment, and thus includes direct support for Bob's Armory.
To make all these great mods work together, FCOM provides a series of Patches and Relevelers for use with the Bashed Patch feature of Wrye Bash. These FCOM modules resolve compatibility issues among the "big four" mods and other popular mods, such as the Unofficial Oblivion Patch. The patches include such things as faction mergers to prevent the creatures from these mods from constantly killing each other as well as a ton of other FCOM Optional Add-Ons to support better integration with other mods.
You may want to check the ESF Discussion Thread for updates, but this website documents almost everything about FCOM extensively. There's a lot of information here, so please read everything on the website before posting to ask for help since it's very likely your question has already been answered here. If you really do need help, feel free to post your questions, but be prepared to include a copy of your load order. The best way to do this currently is to launch Wrye Bash, right-click on the column header in the Mods tab, then select List Mods. See Asking for Help for more details.
If you're looking for even more great OMOBS-balanced weapon mods, check this ESF thread.
WARNING: The beta version of FCOM is not for the faint of heart. It may chew your game up into tiny bits and spit it back in your face! Yes, Wrye Bash really is required for this version.
There's no readme. Just this website and the files. If you know what to expect already, then go ahead, but you've been warned!
NOTE: Anyone using the new Wrye Bash version 0.98 or later with FCOM 8.8 or earlier should run the new Mark Levelers command at least once before doing Rebuild Patch. To do this, shift-select your entire mod list in Wrye Bash, then right-click and select Mark Levelers. After doing that, select your Bashed Patch, right-click it and select Rebuild Patch. If you don't do this, you may suddenly start finding common Bandits in Daedric/Glass armor again. This is necessary because the meaning of the Relev tag has changed somewhat. It no longer removes things from lists (only adds and tweaks them). The new Delev tag must be added to remove things. The Mark Levelers command sets the new proper tags for FCOM and most other mods that need tags.