Sex and Violence: The Top 10 Best NSFW Skyrim Mods

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It's been a while since The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim came on the scene, supplanting Oblivion in the top spot for moddable fantasy adventure epic. The vanilla game came out with a startling mix of gorgeously-textured grass with jarringly low-resolution snow on wood

A free high-resolution texture pack later, vanilla doesn't look half bad - but it doesn't beat the down-to-the-details work that the modding community has put into this game.

Generally the modding community falls into three general areas:

  1. High-quality textures and skins for any and every object under the sun.
  2. Increasing the sense of immersion and realism in the game.
  3. Saying screw the rest, let's inject as much fantasy into this game as I want.

You can see how this list of mods can run high into each of these areas.

WARNING: This list is (obviously) NSFW. It should perhaps be noted that it will include suggested and (censored) nudity, as well as violence and gore.

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Caliente's Beautiful Body Edition (CBBE)

Ahh, the memories. 

Even if you aren't interested in using Skyrim as your personal love slave dungeon and 3-D spank bank, the vanilla character models in Skyrim can be a bit... bland.

Given that the color palette in the game general shies away from the lush, vibrant tones of Oblivion and leans more towards brown, gray, white, and more brown, the first order of business for most modders seemed to be to inject as much pretty as possible.

I certainly did.

Enter CBBE, one of the foundation building blocks of life in Skyrim at least if you want to look good in it... Or if you want to delve into the other, more pornographic Skyrim mods. There's no fun in taking off your clothes if what's underneath ain't worth looking at, and even if that's not what you're going for, nearly every armor pack and modded animation is made compatible with this mod or similar. 

NOTE: For the inexperienced, it will take more than this mod (and all mods following) to make your characters look like this - for example, additional mods to customize faces, animation, and armor.

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Dimonized UNP Female Body

The "and similar" mentioned in CBBE. UNP is king if you're interested in a more petite figure for your females with varying breast size. 

As described by the creator:

[What this mod] does NOT pretend to be: realistic, beautiful, eyecandy, it even does not pretend to be human-like. Just something I making to suit my tastes.

As evidenced by its long-standing place on the top three in adult mods on the Skyrim Nexus, it's not just to their taste alone. 

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Temptress Race

Rather than install a number of different mods on top of CBBE and UNP, you can choose a mod with a custom race that will take care of most things that need changing (this one, for example, still requires you to install ApachiSkyHair with custom hairstyles).

You can both set the Temptress as your character race, or you can choose from several different presets to have one as a companion. 

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Companion Selene Kate - Kiss Me

Drawn from an obvious inspiration of Kate Beckinsale's Selene in the Underworld movie franchise, this Skyrim companion comes complete with Arwen's movie version necklace and a number of handy skills such as pack mule, invincible combatant, and exotic dancer.

I only wish I could easily play this game as her!

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Maids II: Deception (M2)

Maids II: Deception (M2) is a sequel to Maids I: Euphoria for The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. It was originally a simple mod that added a maid to a player's house mostly for ornamental purposes - but has since evolved into its own questline. 

M2 aims to expand upon where M1 left off, this time with an emphasis on story:

"Kasia, a maid and main character, is introduced early on for those interested in a relationship-based experience. Over the course of the main story, the player will be given the ability to send her to an owned home to work as a maid, adjust her daily wardrobe, and have her serve as a follower. As the story progresses, additional maids may be acquired."

Sometimes, it isn't just about the eye candy!

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Smooth Male Body/SOS Schlongs of Skyrim

You didn't think it was only the ladies that are game for some tweaking right?

SOS may be a little outdated and unsupported now, but it was a pioneer in Skyrim's mission to build better beefcake. Just like with the nude body mods for females, SOS offers:

  • No more blocky and pixelated look.
  • Reworked, more muscular abs and smoother back.
  • Smart vein and wrinkles removal without obvious seams.
  • Much smoother and younger looking male body than the original version.
  • Neckseam reducing textures.

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Better males - Beautiful nudes and faces - New hairstyles

Very similar in usage to SOS, but with a far less recognizable name, Better Males has remained active and continues to be updated. 

"Nudes for males. New meshes, feet and hands improved (Beast races supported). Skin cleaned and realistic (Hairy Options). Better and younger faces. Long and beautiful hairs for males."

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Enhanced Blood Textures

There's more to do in Skyrim than to design your dream girl, and a lot of them deal more with the actual content of the game - in this case, combat.

Blood flies in vanilla Skyrim, but it takes EBT to get a much more satisfying result so that the bloodstains left behind on stone, grass, and wood look much less static and a heck of a lot better.

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Deadly Mutilation - dismemberment blood and gore

For those of you who want to go one step further and give:

"[A] new more spectacular look to Skyrim's combat, without intervention into basic game-play balance. No tricks like damage, skills, perks or AI modification. Only visual ice-cream on the cake.

More intensity, realism and new feeling while fighting. Make NPCs die in various ways depending on the cause of the death. Feel the power in your weapon: dismember, decapitate, eviscerate. Spill blood of your enemies, make them scream out of pain, spread their intestines and brains all over the place. Burn them to charred corps, freeze into ice block and smash in pieces. Cause terrible wounds, convulsions, head explosion or carbonization with lightning."

It can be a bit much, but no denying it makes for a much more theatrical battle that is pretty well in line with the slow-mo kill cam Skyrim natively includes in most battles. 

Killable and Lootable Children

Bethesda knew this was going to happen - when the question of kids in Oblivion was first brought up, the response was immediate "we know what you'd do to them!"

In Skyrim, the towns and cities are littered with Breton, Imperial, Nord, and Redguard children - all of them untouchable. No longer! 

"Very early in my Skyrim experience, I broke into a house. I started stealing away, then noticed a woman asleep in her bed. I thought "I have no skill for it, but maybe I can pick her pocket since she's asleep." I was wrong. She woke up and attacked. I fought back and killed her, but noticed too late that her child saw me. Her son awoke his father, who also attacked. I killed him, too. Then the kid ran to warn others. So I attacked the kid. Which was when I realized that kids couldn't die. The entire village, warned by the kid, proceeded to kick the crap out of me.

What to do? Easy, head over to Skyrim Nexus and find a mod that makes children killable! Thus I found Xylozi's excellent "Killable Children" mod. Hurray! I started Skyrim, headed to Whiterun and hunted down that little brat, Braith. Pulling out my trusty bow, I hid behind a house and sniped her. Insta-kill! Yes! "Now," thought I, "time to loot her corpse!" But, lo and behold, her corpse was not lootable! And none of the children could be pickpocketed!

What to do now? Obviously, it was time to fire up the Creation Kit. Checking out "Killable Children," the problem was clear. All I had to do was tick "Allow Pickpocket" under each of the child races, and the problem was solved! And thus, this mod was born!"

While this mod is not nearly as highly-rated as the "Killable Children" mod, it adds a great deal more functionality and sense of realism into the game. 

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That's it!

As you can see, anything is possible (see Tomb Raider era Angelina Jolie using CBBE3V2) in Skyrim. I've stuck for the most part with the "building blocks" type stuff, since personal customization is pretty much the name of the game when it comes to The Elder Scrolls

Happy modding!

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Published Apr. 23rd 2015

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Avid PC gamer and long-time console lover. I enjoy sneaking, stealing everything not nailed down, and shooting zombies in the face. I'm also a cat.


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