Basically, a weapons pack, containing 8 weapons, and as the name implies ( I've borrowed some DarkSouls terminology here), these weapons are either very long, very big, very heavy and with unwieldy proportions, basically nothing a normal person could realistically wield, but hey, if those potatoheads from Oblivion can swing around a "warhammer" the size of a small child, so can you!

Are they lore-friendly?
- Well, there's no dwarven quantum space-cannons in the mod, so suuuuure it is.

Are they realistic?
- Depends on how much you bench-press.

The Weapons:

In no particular order, these are:

Ultra Iron Sword - 1958 Tris/Faces
Ultra Iron Axe - 3038 Tris/Faces
Ultra Iron Mace - 2490 Tris/Faces

Ultra Steel Sword - 7186 Tris/Faces
Ultra Steel Axe - 7026 Tris/Faces
Ultra Steel Mace - 7676 Tris/Faces

+ 2 "Bonus" Weapons:

Ultra Iron Pickaxe - 2118 Tris/Faces
Akaviri Ultra Saber - 4746 Tris/Faces


The weapons themselves have a certain 'theme' to them, Iron weapons are scratched, rusty & abused beyond all reason, while the steel ones have certain patterns and decorations about them while still looking like they've seen regular use. (Also, unfortunately, the Ultra Pickaxe can't be used to mine anything other than people's heads)

Generally Speaking, the weapons have the DPS of one tier above their material grade, so for example, the "Ultra Iron Sword" does damage comparable to a "Steel Greatsword", and a "Ultra Steel Sword" to that of a "Dwarven Greatsword" and so on (although the numbers are not exact).

There are a few more things to consider however:

Pros&Cons:

+ Higher damage
- Slower attack speed
+ Longer reach
- Extremely heavy
+ Higher stagger-chance

How to obtain them:

At any forge, provided you have the necessary materials & perks, you can of course temper & enchant them as well. I've kept the types of materials required low, but the amount needed high.

Compatibility & Other issues:
Since the mod doesn't change anything, but only adds the weapons to your game, it should be perfectly compatible with pretty much any other mod or combination of mods out there. You can install this anywhere in your PC and it should work without issues. The crafting recipes are based on vanilla Skyrim examples, so it theoretically should work well with any perk overhaul mod out there that changes Smithing.

There is a bit of an issue with some of them in regards to clipping, since the bloody things are so big/long/bulky that they might sometimes scrape the ground or stab you in the butt or something. Nothing major though, hopefully.


Other info:

-By default the mod comes with 4k.
-I don't own any consoles but if anybody wants to port them, feel free to do so.
- Weapons for the other types won't be coming any time soon.

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Basically, a weapons pack, containing 8 weapons, and as the name implies ( I've borrowed some DarkSouls terminology here), these weapons are either very long, very big, very heavy and with unwieldy proportions, basically nothing a normal person could realistically wield, but hey, if those potatoheads from Oblivion can swing around a "warhammer" the size of a small child, so can you!

Are they lore-friendly?
- Well, there's no dwarven quantum space-cannons in the mod, so suuuuure it is.

Are they realistic?
- Depends on how much you bench-press.

The Weapons:

In no particular order, these are:

Ultra Iron Sword - 1958 Tris/Faces
Ultra Iron Axe - 3038 Tris/Faces
Ultra Iron Mace - 2490 Tris/Faces

Ultra Steel Sword - 7186 Tris/Faces
Ultra Steel Axe - 7026 Tris/Faces
Ultra Steel Mace - 7676 Tris/Faces

+ 2 "Bonus" Weapons:

Ultra Iron Pickaxe - 2118 Tris/Faces
Akaviri Ultra Saber - 4746 Tris/Faces

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The weapons themselves have a certain 'theme' to them, Iron weapons are scratched, rusty & abused beyond all reason, while the steel ones have certain patterns and decorations about them while still looking like they've seen regular use. (Also, unfortunately, the Ultra Pickaxe can't be used to mine anything other than people's heads)

Generally Speaking, the weapons have the DPS of one tier above their material grade, so for example, the "Ultra Iron Sword" does damage comparable to a "Steel Greatsword", and a "Ultra Steel Sword" to that of a "Dwarven Greatsword" and so on (although the numbers are not exact).

There are a few more things to consider however:

Pros&Cons:

+ Higher damage
- Slower attack speed
+ Longer reach
- Extremely heavy
+ Higher stagger-chance

How to obtain them:

At any forge, provided you have the necessary materials & perks, you can of course temper & enchant them as well. I've kept the types of materials required low, but the amount needed high.

Compatibility & Other issues:
Since the mod doesn't change anything, but only adds the weapons to your game, it should be perfectly compatible with pretty much any other mod or combination of mods out there. You can install this anywhere in your PC and it should work without issues. The crafting recipes are based on vanilla Skyrim examples, so it theoretically should work well with any perk overhaul mod out there that changes Smithing.

There is a bit of an issue with some of them in regards to clipping, since the bloody things are so big/long/bulky that they might sometimes scrape the ground or stab you in the butt or something. Nothing major though, hopefully.


Other info:

-By default the mod comes with 4k.
-I don't own any consoles but if anybody wants to port them, feel free to do so.
- Weapons for the other types won't be coming any time soon.

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