Welcome, welcome, to the description of yet another bloodlines set. No, I’m not running out of occults to make bloodlines for. Why do you ask? There’s like, one more occult for me to make bloodlines for! Pfft.
Anyway, this one was actually quite the fun challenge to make, and I’m still surprised I managed to come up with perks to give them, given how little I’ve interacted with the skeleton life state in the first place. I don’t know, but I tested and they work! So long as one of the parents a Skeleton, their baby will inherit a bloodline! (for anyone cheating those skeletons into their game in the first place, the targeted trait is trait_Hidden_Skeleton, and you’ll likely need to cheat considering how Skeletons aren’t permanently playable normally)
You know, I normally put the Q&A at the end, but I’m guessing the question this time is going to be Why?, and the answer is Who wouldn’t want Skeleton Bloodlines? I have no idea why or how you’re ever going to use these, but hey, you can use them. I tested them, and they work. I promised to do this if I couldn’t get my elves working the other day, and that day has passed, so you get skeleton bloodlines!
If MAL22’s Trait Tracker Injector isn’t working for you, here’s the list of cheats to add the traits manually until the trait tracker works for you properly. It’s working perfectly fine for me, but I don’t like people encountering issues that keep them from enjoying the bloodlines so here they are.
Credit : baniduhaine