fireundubh

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        About

        I'm fireundubh, but people just call me fire. I'm best known for:

        Master of Disguise, the titular mod in GameSpot's Top 5 Skyrim Mods of the Week. Featured by MxR Mods and Brodual. #1 in Stealth on the Nexus.

        Auto Loot, a feature-packed area loot mechanic for Fallout 4, including auto loot, auto harvest, and auto steal systems. Recommended by Gambit77, creator of Armorsmith Extended.

        Let There Be Tooltips!, hailed by Kotaku as one of the best mods for Divinity: Original Sin 2, adds tooltips to 500+ objects. #3 Most Subscribed. Top 10 with 99% Positive rating.

        Lockpicking Overhaul for Kingdom Come: Deliverance allows you to fairly avoid the minigame. #1 in Gameplay on the Nexus. Featured by Kotaku, US Gamer, TwinfiniteSegmentNextGame Watcher, EurogamerGame Revolution, and more!

        I don't just create mods; I create modding tools, too. Here's a few:

        I contribute to xEdit, including reverse engineering most of the Fallout 4 plugin. This work helped jumpstart the Fallout 4 modding community before the Creation Kit was released.

        I created Pyro, a parallelized incremental build system for Fallout 4, Skyrim Special Edition, and Skyrim projects. Integrated with the Papyrus extension for Visual Studio Code.

        I created  Modsmith, a build system for Kingdom Come: Deliverance projects, that introduces build automation to the ecosystem. Modders get more work done faster and keep mods up-to-date across game patches with minimal effort.

        For  LSLib, a tool for creating, extracting, and converting game data for the Divinity: Original Sin series, I developed a C# interface used to automate the packaging process.

        I contributed to  Wrye Bash, a mod manager for Elder Scrolls and Fallout games. I updated the NSIS installer and uninstaller, including: adding 64-bit, Skyrim Special Edition, and Nehrim support; and fixing Windows Registry issues.

        I wrote  a Delphi script used by LOOT maintainers and Wrye Bash modders who help you sort mods and create intelligent bashed patches for the Elders Scrolls and Fallout games.

        Can I just donate once?

        You can! You can send a PayPal Donation through the Nexus. Unfortunately, I cannot offer Patreon benefits to PayPal donors, but you'll have my sincerest thanks regardless.

        Terms of Patronage

        By becoming a patron, you agree, understand, or acknowledge that:

        • You are not purchasing mods and I am not selling mods.
        • I cannot grant mod or feature requests in exchange for your patronage.
        • I can accept requests for original software tools written in C#, Python, or Delphi.
        • All mods I create will be available online for free. Source code for tools will be available with or without an open source license on a case-by-case basis. 

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