Facegen for all vanilla and mod-added NPCs was regenerated with TPF’s appearance section as base. That means all improvements to assets such as warpaints will now also apply to NPC’s faces, plus their facetint textures is twice the vanilla resolution.
The pre-made TXT will arrange your plugins exactly like the way they are sorted in my personal setup. This is much faster than adjusting the load order manually or setting up LOOT with custom rules.
This will ensure all plugins are active prior to sorting them. Plugins may be unchecked automatically when renaming their file extensions from ESL to ESP as we did multiple times throughout the guide.
Mod Organizer 2\profiles\The Phoenix Flavour.
After applying the loadorder.txt and restarting MO2, there should be no plugins below the The Phoenix Flavour - Facegen.esp in the load order (right pane).
If there are other plugins below the Facegen plugin, you either made a mistake during the mod installation, or a mod was updated and the loadorder.txt is not accounting for it yet. Go back to the mod(s) in question (they will be highlighted in the mod order when you click on the plugin in the load order) and re-install them according to the instructions in the guide.
If you are unable to resolve all issues, please join us on Discord and post your Modwat.ch link or a picture of the bottom of your load order in the
In Mod Organizer 2, check the notification icon in the top right corner (see screenshot below). Any issues found there should be fixed now. If it is greyed out, there are no warnings and you are good to go!
There are multiple different warnings that you may encounter: