Arvak the Skyrim Horse Mod

A farmer riding Arvak

Any Skyrim fans out there? This mod will replace your vanilla horse with the incredibly cool (and creepy!) Arvak from Dawnguard. The mod even features two versions, one with a saddle and one without. Here’s a closer look at the smooth animation!

Imagine riding through town on this guy!

Installation

First off, back up your Content folder! This is very important, you’ll need to do this to remove the mod without potentially messing up your game. You can do this by navigating to your Stardew Valley folder and copy and pasting the Content folder to your desktop. I recommend you re-name it to something like “Content Original” so you can always use this to restore your game to the vanilla version. For help finding your game’s local files, check out part of this guide.

Next you’ll need to replace all of the .xnb files from the download with the corresponding files in your Stardew Valley folders. Once done, restart your game and you’re ready to go!

Created by: R99AZM

 

Spooky Scary Creatures Mod

With Halloween right around the corner, what better way to get into the holiday spirit than to replace all of your normal Stardew critters with some much creepier animals! This mod goes out of its way to spook-up all of the existing creatures you’ll find wandering around your farm and Pelican Town. Check them out!

Woodpeckers are replaced with Bloodbutts (yep, Bloodbutts.)
Butterflies and bats are gone. It’s all about flying eyeballs now.
That’s not a bird? That’s a ghost!
Seagulls are now radioactive.
The squirrels have been set ablaze!

In addition:

  • Frogs have been morphed into spiders!
  • Rabbits are now slippery venemous snakes.
  • Crows are the only vanilla critter that remain. I guess they’re creepy enough as they are.
  • You may even catch a glimpse of a phoenix┬áif you’re lucky.

Installation

First off, back up your Content folder! This is very important, you’ll need to do this to remove the mod without potentially messing up your game. You can do this by navigating to your Stardew Valley folder and copy and pasting the Content folder to your desktop. I recommend you re-name it to something like “Content Original” so you can always use this to restore your game to the vanilla version. For help finding your game’s local files, check out part of this guide.

Next, navigate to Stardew Valley/Content/TileSheets and drag in the critters.xnb file. Select the Overwrite option.

Restart your game and check out the creepy creatures!

Created by: petulinda