Skyrim Mod Adds Nature Spell Pack

Pulling inspiration from already existing types of magic in the game, a new Skyrim mod gives players a lot of new nature-based spells.

A new mod for The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim adds in a host of spells based around nature, from deer summons to bug attacks. Wizards whose abilities make use of the natural world are scattered throughout fantasy media, from Radaghast the Brown to druids in Dungeons and Dragons. However, Skyrim doesn’t really give its Dragonborn too much of a connection to the natural world in the base game. There are spells in the Alteration school that can make a player’s skin bark or stone, but otherwise a lot of nature is actually turned against the Dragonborn.


From the Spriggans that will pop up around Skyrim’s world to the general fact that the land of the Nords is host to a whole menagerie of creatures that simply want to kill the player for existing, it is hard to blame the Dragonborn for wanting to settle down in one of the game’s many cities. However, just because something doesn’t necessarily exist in Skyrim’s base game doesn’t mean it can’t be brought in with mods.

One modder, known as Norive over on the Nexus, has introduced a ton of new magic spells to Skyrim. These additions make use of the Restoration, Alteration, and Conjuration magic schools in Skyrim to give the player access to plenty of new abilities in the Natura mod. This spell pack adds a lot, but it doesn’t seek to take away from the base experience of the game and gives players lore-friendly ways to spice up their spellcasting experience.

The range of extra abilities has some healing options in the Restoration school, alongside giving players some bug-based attacks like a spell that cloaks everyone near the Dragonborn in a mist of insects. Alteration still offers a lot of buffs to the Dragonborn, but through Norive’s mod, there are now extra Aspects that players can use to grant themselves rapid health regeneration and add elemental damage to attacks. Skyrim’s Conjuration school rework gives players lots of extra summons, allowing them to bring a horde of creatures into battle.

As well as the new magic added by Norive, the Natura mod brings Spriggan masks to the game. Like the Dragon Priest masks found in Skyrim, the Spriggan masks of Natura give the Dragonborn different buffs based around nature. The Chameleon mask, for example, lets players turn invisible, while the Phoenix mask grants the ability to ignite nearby enemies and heal the Dragonborn every three minutes.

The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim is available now for PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.

Source: Nexus Mods

Source: Gamerant

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