The maker of popular mods for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, known by the name Arthmoor, is set to remove his artwork from the Nexus Mods venue. His decision was a response to the sites new policy. Earlier, the administration announced that users uploading their files to the site would no longer be able to delete them.
The old rules prevent “Collections” — a new feature planned to be added to Nexus Mods in the future. Some modders have been dissatisfied with this move: they decided take advantage of the rule about possible removal of content by applying by August 5.
One was Arthmoor – the author of major modifications such as Alternate Start – Live Another Life, Cutting Room Floor, Run For Your Lives, The Paarthurnax Dilemma, Open Cities and many others. Besides Skyrim Arthmoor worked on Oblivion with Morrowind — mods for these games the author wants to remove too.
His group projects to create unofficial patches for Skyrim and Fallout 4 are not touched by the future. Fans of the modders creativity should not be worried: the files can be downloaded from the AFC Mods website, which the policy Nexus Mods does not share.
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