About the mod SkyTrek is a mod that allows you to have a more hands-off experience so that you can enjoy the aesthetic of your game, or immersively have your character behave in an organic way while you eat lunch. It is made primarily for roleplayers, screenarchers and anyone that records gameplay.
SkyTrek allows the player character to travel on foot, horse or dragon to either a set or radiant destination of their choice. The radiant system is custom made and can work “out of the box” with any mod added location or world, provided it is correctly keyworded!
There is also an automated combat system for use while traveling with optional shouting and class system.User Guide The following is a general usage guide that should answer some FAQ’s. For more information, see the mod page or ask on my discord. It’s long, but please try to read all of it.
The MCM page contains various hotkeys and mod features that the book does not. I strongly recommend making use of the hotkeys in particular. To get the hotkeys to work, you’ll need to open the MCM at least once. If a hotkey button mapping doesn’t suit you then change it to something that does. The hotkey symbols do not match the keys they are mapped to on my keyboard, hence the scroll-over text.
Quick stop: #
At first the Hotkey page may look a bit daunting, but it really isn’t as complex as it may look initially. To set up quick start we first select the “Quick Start Type”. Most of them match a specific category, it’s slightly different from the book. Not all of those options have their own drop-down menu, such as custom and life. They simply don’t need one.
To quickstart to a city you’d have quickstart type as city then select the city you want to go to from the list. The default city is dawnstar, the default quickstart type is City. So the default quickstart is to Dawnstar. To go to that city, you would then simply just press your quickstart button, @ by default.
Most options on the MCM are fairly self-explanatory, so just try them and see what suits you most. There are some settings I strongly recommend or are necessary. They are as follows:Radiant Travel Quick Start Type: Explore (necessary for quick start hotkey)
Tracking Quest > Enabled
Enabling the tracking quest is not essential, but can be a good way of ensuring a location has been found and where that location is, especially if the player is slow to respond. A matching radiant location may not be found within your area – changing locations, radiant type or just searching again with quick start fixes this.Horse Riding
Walking > Disabled (Necessary!)
Autocombat > Disabled
Walking > Enabled (Necessary)
Autocombat > Enabled (optional)
Follow NPC, Life and Custom
Mod Added Lands/Locations
Information for mod authors
Credits & Special Thanks