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Enderal Forgotten Stories – FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
- What is Enderal?
Enderal is a total conversion for TES V: Skyrim: a free game based on Skyrim’s engine. It features a new game world, complete with different regions and dungeons and its own lore and story. It offers an immersive open world, all for the player to explore, overhauled skill systems and gameplay mechanics and a dark, psychological storyline with multi-faceted and believable characters.
- When will Enderal be released?
Enderal was already released in summer 2016 and will be re-released on Steam on February 14 2019.
- How will the Steam installation of Enderal work?
First and foremost you will need a legal copy of it in Steam (no official DLCs needed).
It doesn’t need to be installed, it’s enough to own it.
Now simply download Enderal via Steam and launch it and you are ready to go!
Enderal will not work with Skyrim Special Edition (SSE). We might be able to port Enderal to SSE once development and bugfixing is finished, we simply can’t split forces now.
- In which languages will Enderal be released on Steam?
Localizations for other languages will be available as soon as we send out the files to the localization teams and they have finished their work. This means that most likely only the English and German version will be available on release and other versions will be added later.
- Which features will be possible due to Steam?
The Steam installation allows for a lot of cool, new features:
- Easy and fast download, install and update directly via Steam
- Enderal will have own game directory and won’t share .ini files with Skyrim
- Own save game directory and enabled Steam Cloud for save games
- Build-in ENBoost and other stability fixes
- Steam achievements for Enderal
But the most interesting point is “Forgotten Stories” that will be included in the Steam release of Enderal.
- What is Forgotten Stories?
Forgotten Stories is a free DLC/Add-On/Expansion pack for Enderal that will add content cut from the initial release version.
It also adds a new, hidden ending and new classes built around crafting rather than combat skills.
- Why is Enderal not on the Steam Workshop but has its own Store page?
An installation via the Steam Workshop would mess around with your original Skyrim installation. The Store page allows to be a sperate installation, independent from Skyrim.
- Is Enderal moddable as Skyrim is?
Yes, but …
- Will my mod setup for Skyrim work with Enderal? / Will my mod setup for Enderal work with the Steam version (+ Forgotten Stories)?
In terms of texture improvements, Enderal is already heavily modded from the get-go. It also already comes with SkyUI, SKSE and many more mods, so check out the credits.txt for a full list. Enderal also alters a lot of Skyrim’s game-play mechanics and even introduces new features.
Every mod that is specifically designed to alter an existing Skyrim record won’t work most likely. There is a mod category for Enderal on the Nexus as well as a Compatible Mods Spreadsheet.
Still, a little warning: these mods might not be updated to the newest version of Enderal, be careful and read the descriptions!
If you’ve got a good mod setup working, you might wonder if you will be able to use it with the Forgotten Stories DLC installed. Forgotten Stories will change quite some aspects of Enderal, especially the crafting skills as well as interweaving new quests with old quests.
We recommend to check out Enderal: Forgotten Stories without mods first and add later upon it.
- Will I be able to play Forgotten Stories with my old saves?
We highly recommend starting a new playthrough to get the best, full and most bug-free experience. Generally speaking, old saves can be loaded but some major content can’t be experienced due to technical reasons.
We won’t be able to fix bugs that are caused due to the “age” of a save.
- Will Forgotten Stories be playable without having Enderal on Steam?
No, the Forgotten Stories DLC will be only available via the Steam Installation of Enderal due to technical difficulties. We will not update the installation packages on NexusMods, ModDB, etc. We will leave them as they are, so the current installation method will still be available after the Steam release. However, we won’t be able to support it any further. We highly recommend using the Steam version as soon as it’s available.
These non-Steam installation packages might get updated at the very end of the development cycle, no promises though.
- I’ve encountered a bug – what shall I do?
First of all, make sure that the bug isn’t caused by any additional mods that you have installed. If you are rather unsure if you encountered a bug or feature, don’t hesitate to ask in the Community Hub, our forums or Discord.
Keep an eye on the ticket if we need further information regarding the issue or create an account at the bug tracker and report it while being logged in, you will get email notifications about every action that will be performed on your report.
Keep in mind that we are only so many active developers and we can’t reply to every ticket immediately. Please be patient.
- Am I allowed to use assets that have been used in Enderal for my own mods (or games)? Do I need your permission?
We can’t give a general answer to these questions because not every asset was created by us but some were borrowed from other Skyrim mods (and other games) or were bought from external sources.
Please write us a direct message about the asset you want use or use the contact forum on our website, so we can either grant or deny permission.
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