About The Phoenix Flavour - Dragon’s Edition.
About The Phoenix Flavour - Dragon’s Edition
What if Skyrim was released a bit later?
The Phoenix Flavour (TPF) for Skyrim Special Edition is a visuals and gameplay-focused modlist made by Phoenix. It includes hundreds of mods across several dozen categories, all carefully selected to fit Phoenix’s vision of a lore-friendly, improved but not radically changed Skyrim. The Phoenix Flavour strives to provide a solid upgrade of the vanilla experience with modern visuals and rebalanced gameplay.
The Phoenix Flavour - Dragon’s Edition (TPF DE or DE) is a fork of The Phoenix Flavour. It expands Skyrim’s world and possibilities extensively by adding adventuristic content for many tastes and beautiful sceneries surrounding it.
- Carefully integrated Creation Content from Anniversary Upgrade;
- Different quests and places to explore, people to meet;
- Picturesque additions to Skyrim’s landscape and interiors;
- Seasonal changes in Skyrim’s flora and fauna;
- Not intrusive, interesting new mechanics;
- Many useful tools and quality of life additions;
- Unique looks for all races of Skyrim;
- Fresh, hand-picked animations for player character;
Full list of supported creations from the upgrade can be found here.
- Improved Vanilla Content: Serana Dialogue Add-On, EVG Animated Traversal, Lawbringer etc.;
- DLCs: Beyond Skyrim - Bruma, Midwood Isle, Falskaar, Wyrmstooth, The Gray Cowl of Nocturnal, Moonpath To Elsweyr;
- New Quests: Project AHO, Clockwork, The Forgotten City, Undeath, Moon and Star etc.;
- Followers: Interesting NPCs, Inigo, Lucien, Auri, Kaidan etc.;
- Landscape: Seasonal Landscapes, Majestic Mountains, Happy Little Trees, Realistic Water Two etc.;
- Lightning: Cathedral Weathers, Relighting Skyrim and Luminosity Lightning Overhaul - The Cathedral Concept;
- ENB: PI-CHO ENB;
- Minor Cities’ Overhauls: Cities of the North series’ mods by JPSteel2, The Great Cities series’ mods by soldierofwar, Rorikstead Basalt Cliffs etc.;
- Upgrades for Major Cities: Jkrojmal‘s interior overhauls, Obscure’s College of Winterhold, Snazzy Furniture and Clutter Overhaul etc.;
- Apparel and Weapons: Making existing options better with Modular Armory and FranklyFamily‘s retextures, while adding more to blend your surrounding in a realistic way with Fashions of the Fourth Era, Armor Variants Expansion, Tamrielic Distribution etc.;
- Appearance: Tempered Skins for humans and Masculine, Feminine Textures for beasts, High Poly Head;
- NPC Overhauls: Northbourne’s NPCs by Southpawe, Pandorable‘s NPCs, Kalilies NPCs etc.;
- Gameplay: SimonMagus’ lightweight overhauls with some complimenting additions like DeltaRider‘s unique overhauls, Reading Is Good, Smart NPC Potions etc.;
- Loot and Rarity: Based on Open World Loot and Simple Smithing Overhaul;
- Animations: Verolevi‘s animations for movement and taking fights, TK Dodge, Crouch Sliding etc.;
Overall modded Skyrim is highly GPU-dependent. A fast card with plenty of VRAM will considerably improve performance. Installing the game on an SSD will improve load times dramatically and prevent stutter.
- CPU: Processor with high single core performance (3.2GHz or more);
- RAM: 8-16 GB of DDR3 or DDR4 memory, running at 2400MHz or faster;
- GPU: A modern card with at least 6 GB of VRAM;
- Hard Drive: At least 170 GB of free space on your SSD, at least 100 GB - on your HDD.
Overall Dragon’s Edition needs a bit more resources than its parent, but at the same time not as much as the most popular modlists for high-end PCs’ users. Everything from modern mid-end PC to high-end PC should run the modlist well without any problems.
Widescreen and controller support is included.
Last modified September 29, 2022