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Follower walks like a weightlifter
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    JustSomeGuy posted on Feb 10, 2012 11:28:17 PM - Report post
     
    Ok... so I married Lydia, but unlike some other NPC's, she walks like a weightlifter and not like a "female" at all. I see on other sources that some of the female characters have male combat and "mannish" mannerisms. How can I make Lydia (or any of the other female follower NPC's for that matter) walk like women and act more like women than men. There has to be a "faction" or some AI script that controls this. I have the Skyrim NPC editor, but don't know what to change. Perhaps this could be done with the console anyway.

    Hey... I'm a traditionalist I guess! Besides, I am using the "Catwalk" mod and it's even more pronounced now with my followers.
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    JustSomeGuy posted on Feb 16, 2012 7:06:17 AM - Report post
     
    Well... no one answered this one so I did some experimenting and found that if you use the NPC editor you can change the "stance" from "warrior" to "normal" and that gets a better walk from the female NPC followers.

    I was hoping to find a way to do it in the console, but I haven't found that yet. If someone knows how to do it there I would love to hear it!
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