Last week, I published a post in which I proposed a fairly drastic paradigm shift for the guide. My proposal turned out to be a fairly polarizing issue which led to a fair bit of discussion amongst the staff, the conclusions of which are outlined below.

We opened a Pandora’s box of sorts with our last update when we switched from Immersive College of Winterhold to Obscure’s College of Winterhold. We made that switch because I received enough prodding from the community that I finally gave it a chance.

I finally decided that it was time to do a more technical, less emotional review of Wabbajack. It is undeniable that Wabbajack has had a polarizing effect on our community and, for better or worse, isn’t likely to go anywhere any time soon.

Note that the following is my opinion, and it is possible that an exception will be made in the future if/when Nexus ever gets around to finishing an “official” system.

I’ve been considering jumping on Patreon for quite a while. Actually, I started thinking about it before I’d even chosen the name LOTD Plus for my guide.

Today I am pleased to announce that LOTD Plus is officially open for business. It’s far from finished, but it’s stable and certainly usable.

I know I said I probably wouldn’t post much, so this posting twice in one day thing is pretty impressive. The sad fact of the matter is that despite being a decent developer, I can’t do design worth a crap.

Before I get started, I want to state for the record that I have no clue where I’m going with the blog portion of this site.