Bard's modifications have existed for Skyrim almost whenever Skyrim has; people just want to play instruments in taverns and rock at Raven Rock. So here’s another bard mod for you guys, but this one has a fun progression system where you start to get absolutely awful with the instruments you play and only improve over time with a lot of practice.
Skyrim & # 39; s Got Talent is a mod for Skyrim Special Edition, with approximately 100 different instrumental songs to learn from your drum, flute or lute. Each instrument has five ranges: Clueless, Beginner, OK, Pretty Good, and Master, and each range you raise will improve your skills and add a new handful of songs to your repertoire.
And don’t just play a collection of white-faced NPCs passing by. The characters in the game will react dynamically to your music with various lines of dialogue, clapping or dancing (sorta) or just gathering around you to see and hear. If you suck, believe me, they will let you know too some rude and horrified comments.
See the change in action below:
(embed) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-72zugcQ2GY (/ embed)
Practice is not the only way to improve your shameful efforts. You can also pay other bards to train and attending bard university will increase the pace of learning. As your skills improve, you will even be able to earn some money by playing taverns and inns. Buffs and debuffs can be applied to your character after a performance, depending on your ability, but these are minor things, such as slightly increasing or decreasing your maximum health or raising / lowering prices in stores for a few minutes.
Skyrim & # 39; s Got Talent requires another mod to run, called Bad Ass Bard songs (hence all this sweet music). However, it probably isn't compatible with other bard mods that you may already have installed. You can find it here at Nexus mods.