Princess Anvil Basement

My first mod for Oblivion – a simple basement-based house mod in Anvil

psanvilbedroom

Berth: One double bedroom
Location: Central Anvil, through trap door in Abandoned House
Unique Features: Indoor bathroom
Activities: None
Cost: None
Size: 369k WinZip

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The Elder Scrolls IV
Oblivion:
Princess Anvil Basement.ESP
(Requires: Oblivion)

Version 1.1 fixes pathgrids, adds a new ‘tent’ storage area and swaps containers for non-respawning versions.

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Index:
1. Installation
2. Playing the Plugin
3. Save Games
4. What It Does
5. Credits
6. Usage
7. Bug Reporting/Known Issues

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1. Installing the Plugin

To install the plugin, unzip the .esp file into the Oblivion/Data directory

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2. Playing the Plugin

From the Oblivion Launcher, select Data Files and check the box next to the Princess Anvil Basement.esp file.

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3. Save Games

According to the CS readme, players should be able to add plugins to existing game without errors.

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4. What It Does

Due to… uh… unlicensed magickal activity by a rogue mage, an ‘impossible’ basement with plenty of natural light appears to have materialised in Anvil’s Abandoned House. Perhaps that is why the house is abandoned! I suppose you could call it a bit of a cheat really – there’s no quest to get it, and if you really wanted to spend all the time collecting the low value contents and going through the bartering process, you might be able to earn enough dough to be able to rent a room at the local tavern…

The house is two storeys high in the Anvil style, accessed through a trap door inside the entrance to the Abandoned House. It has a comfortable bedroom, living area and kitchen, with enough clutter to be homely but enough storage space for a low-level character. The ‘unique feature’ (at least at this point, only three weeks after the game’s release) is the addition of a bathroom area, with small stone bathtub and ‘convenience’ (toilet).

This is very much a prototype My-First-House-In-Seyda-Neen type mod, but there shouldn’t be any obvious clipping or other errors. A planned future later version, or future Oblivion
mods, would add scripting to the bathtub and the ‘chair’ function to the toilet.

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5. Credits

Everyone on the Elder Scrolls Forums, and Happy Hannah (Planet Elder Scrolls) for the inspiration with her first house.

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6. Usage

As per Bethesda Softworks EULA.

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