The House of Argon is a special Argonian themed player home for Skyrim. It's located just north of Mixwater Mill, set amidst the hot springs of Skyrim's volcanic wastes. The house features all the amenities an Argonian needs to stay cozy in the cold north including a pantry stocked with eggs and fish, a stone bed warming bed, lots of storage and a private swimming grotto below the house.
Adds a new stable and unique purchasable horse outside each of the four lesser holds, Falkreath, Dawnstar, Morthal, and Winterhold. Custom horses are designed to be faster than vanilla horses by default. Each costs the customary 1000g. This mod also adds owned versions of the lesser hold horses across Skyrim in Imperial or Stormcloak camps, small towns, etc to immerse them into the vanilla design.
Reclaiming Sancre Tor is an in-depth story based expansion pack that adds hundreds of new characters, overlapping quests, new worlds, and multiple unique dungeon levels to the original Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion RPG by Bethesda Softworks. The story surrounds a contingent of Blades from Morrowind who have reclaimed the ancient ruins of Sancre Tor in the aftermath of the Oblivion crisis. The player is invited to join their ranks and must aid the Blades in serving the Empire as well as unraveling their own destiny.
Classed Beginnings is a role playing starter kit plugin for new characters in Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. The mod adds a free player home called Rumare Lodge, just a stone’s throw from the Imperial Sewer exit where your character will emerge from the tutorial dungeon at the start of a new game. The house includes lots of player safe storage, a player owned horse (a different horse appears for each class), a starter chest of class specific goods, and a bit of gold to get you started on your questing.
Bogwater Downs adds a small rural community in Blackwood, northeast of Leyawiin, for the player to call home. The free player home, Bogwater Burrow, includes lots of player safe storage, a free saddle horse, and a cozy functional house. The atmosphere is undeniably surreal around the downs, it's a great location!
Stalhrim Village adds a rustic Nordic village nestled high in the mountains between Cyrodiil and Skyrim with an epic view of the Nordic homeland beyond. There is a player home, filled with custom touches and player safe storage, free for the claiming. There is also a mini quest to claim a few treasury goodies to line your pockets, but you’re going to have to use your head.
The Temple of Five Lanterns is home to a unique monastic group of holy monks who serve equally what they call the “Dragon Divinities”, which to followers of the Nine equates to Talos and Akatosh. The brothers have an open door policy; anyone is welcome to take shelter there to escape, or simply to retreat for some relaxing meditation. The Temple can be found Northwest of Bruma, just north of Applewatch Farm.
Eagle's Rest adds a unique island player home northwest of Anvil just off the coast between Hammerfell and Cyrodiil. Travel to Shipwreck Cove to find a mysterious note from the previous tenant of the house and the key to the front door. Then use the small rowboat tied nearby to begin your adventure. This is a free player abode, as explained by the note, just make the trek to the house and make yourself at home.
Longwinter’s Nap is a unique house mod that adds a new player home East of Bruma, nestled off the side of a mountain pass. To claim the home, you must find the original owner, a Legion Guard Captain who was slain on his patrol, sadly before he could enjoy his holiday feasting, near the Dragonclaw rock along the road east from Bruma.
Weynon Retreat House is a brilliant teaser mod with delicate ties to Reclaiming Sancre Tor, which adds a lodge style house near Weynon Priory and a challenging mini-quest. By completing the mini quest, players will receive some nice rewards and can unlock some hidden surprises at the Blades Retreat. Weynon Retreat boasts plenty of safe storage space for even the biggest collectors, a private location for the sneakier sorts, and a beautiful view of the Imperial City for those good knights with one eye always on the Empire.