The Motherfucking Creation Club
updated April 13th, 2019
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Well well well, they did it, Bethesda found a way to add paid mods to their games, finally. This page won't talk about what the Creation Club is, read about the Creation Club by clicking here.
On this page we'll be talking about each mod released on the Creation Club, organized by release.
Creation Club mods are normally released in bulks.
When you first open the Creation Club, you are "gifted" 100 credits, or about a dollar, wow.
From the UESP wiki:
CC Credits can be obtained in the following ways.
750 CC Credits - $7.99 / €6.99 / £5.99
1500 CC Credits - $14.99 / €12.99 / £10.99
3000 CC Credits - $24.99 / €20.99 / £18.99
5500 CC Credits - $39.99 / €34.99 / £29.99
Yup, you have to buy them in packs, like fucking microtransactions.
You want to waste money to buy a 500 Credit mod? Well, fuck you, the cheapest pack is 750 credits.
What? You got unused credits now? Well, better use that cash then, don't want to keep some stuck cash there right?
Oh, you missing 50 credits to get another creation, better buy those 50 cre-
OH FUCKING WHY??
Now, I'm not going to lie, the latest creations released have been far better than whatever the fuck Bethesda was releasing when the Club was first released, they all have unique quests and books with some lore, the houses are fine and Trainwiz's dungeon is actually pretty cool. They're also going back to their earlier creations and updating some stuff like adding content to older stuff, so maybe, just maybe give some of it a try? I'm not telling you to go out and buy it, the prices are still garbage, but maybe find a way to play them for free? *cough back to top button*
Why are you all holding torches and pitchforks? P-please put them down. . .
WHAT IF I DON'T WANT TO EVEN LOOK AT THE CREATION CLUB?
Lucky you, like-minded individuals already came up with a solution
Classic Start Menu removes the News-letter at the top of the screen and the Creation Club from the main menu, making it so you never have to look at it ever again.
That is until Bethesda releases a new update that breaks the Script Extender, and we're all left waiting for mods to update all over again.