如果您希望她看起来像截图中的样子，请下载并安装所需的mod（CBBE，白皙肤色，Eyes of Beauty和KSHairdos，以及明显的种族菜单），而我在此处上传了她的预设，以便您可以对其进行编辑并将其运用到您的内心世界中，她带来了一个故事，我想在这里也与那些对独特角色扮演想法感兴趣的人分享！同样，如果您只需要预设，只需下载，安装并启用所需的mod，然后按照安装说明进行操作，但是对于那些对启发她的角色概念感兴趣的人，请继续阅读，我认为您不会失望的！
Vortex / Wrye Bash / NMM：就像安装其他mod一样安装。不要忘记启用它！
特里西·诺维恩（Trivsea Norvayn）139岁，是第四个时代的公元139年。她是温莎·温莎姆·希尔特希尔（Shatter-Shield）宅邸的有力支持者的私生子。她的母亲是邓默（Dunmer）难民，在红年灾难后不久抵达天际。格雷（Yrsanil）最终在格雷季（Grey Quarter）寒冷的街道上严酷地生活，正式当上了房务员，并非正式地当过a。她是一个强迫工会的孩子，Yrsanil轻蔑地对待她和她的母亲，甚至更糟的是他的Nord妻子以及她的儿子和继承人Torbjorn，他们都将Trivsea的存在视为对家庭荣誉的污点。
她的母亲托娃（Tova）自杀了，而她的妹妹弗里加（Friga）已被屠夫杀害，这使托比约恩（Torbjorn）感到悲伤，孤独和无家可归。）在同一点上，她是否会宣布自己是房屋破碎的最后一位继承人-在帝国Windhelm的庇护下（毕竟她是Torbjorn的妹妹，而且是同父异母的妹妹，如果他的最后一个合法女儿要死...），并将其改造成某种东西，这将使她的北欧祖先迁入他们的家中。坟墓？ （例如，与另一位Mer结婚并在Friga的前Hjerim庄园中敬拜Dardric领主吗？因此，draugr pun的意思是最后一句话……）
抑或是她甚至永远不会承认自己的血脉破碎之盾在流淌，试图永远留下冰与石之城的身影，冰与石之城给她带来了数十年的悲伤，使她成为孤儿，并且意识到她的母亲死于托比约恩（Torbjorn）和托娃（Tova）的政治策划，从不参与政治，远离内战，只是试图读懂被压迫者的苦难并做好事？ （因为她仍然为无法挽救母亲而深感遗憾），或者也许去了像Winterhold这样的僻静的学习场所，以某种方式延续Norvayn的遗产并尊敬她的祖先，但又把她的过去抛在了身后？如果您想要一个亲Thhalmor播放器，并且认为自己拥有mod，她甚至是完美的角色！她被一个残酷的偏见的北方社会所虐待，并因此而失去了她认识的所有人（很可能她的女巫之盟也被西方裂谷的乌尔夫里克军队发现并摧毁，当时他们正向赫尔根进军）。帝国是天际的次要邪恶，但不一定是最好的派系。凭着她的经验，她可能只希望拥有一个不受人类帝国束缚的世界，并把自治领视为精灵独立的最后堡垒。毕竟，泰伯·塞普提姆（Tiber Septim）在萨默特塞特（Summerset）杀死了数不清的精灵，并且是整个塔姆瑞尔（Tamriel）的残暴暴君（他甚至禁止所有省份的任何地方民兵，实际上使他们处于军事占领之下）。圣阿莱西亚（Alessia）至今仍在赛洛地尔（Cyrodiil）备受推崇，他建立了一个命令，在整个第一个时代清除了整个阿耶莱德人的种族。如果您看看他们的古老历史，从亚历山德（Alessian）和再制造（Reman）时期开始，西里迪尔（Cyrodiil）帝国主要是征服精灵并将其置于帝国控制之下的力量（就像风暴斗篷现在对兽人和邓默（Dunmer）所做的那样）如果她没有直接目睹Thalmor犯下的罪行（例如Winterhold任务线中的Ancano计划），她甚至可能真诚地将Thalmor视为具有道德制高点！
Trivsea is a female dunmer with a Nord father. Her face is rounder than that of most elves, her ears slightly shorter, her eyes as big as an elf's but with the frosty blue iris of a Nord maiden, her skin tone still ashen blue but paler and closer to that of Nords and she has many other subtle touches such as these! I am no moder but I had lots of fun designing her in the race menu and decided others might like her as well! She is also taller than most Dunmer, and if that bothers you it's very easy to fix! (the camera in character creation will be a bit off-set because of her extra height - you can remedy this by going to the last tab in the race menu and decreasing the height slider from 1.06 to less)
If you want her to look like in the screenshots please download and install the required mods, (CBBE, Fair Skin Complexion, Eyes of Beauty and KSHairdos, as well as obviously race menu) and while I uploaded her preset here so you can edit it and use it to your heart's content, she comes with a story which I thought to also share here for those interested in unique role-playing ideas! Again, if you just want the preset, simply download, install and enable the required mods and then follow the installation instructions, but for those interested in the character concept that inspired her, read on and I think you won't be disappointed!
Manual: Download the archive and open it with WinRar, then simply drag and drop/extract the folder to Skyrim Special Edition
Vortex/Wrye Bash/NMM: Install as you would any other mod. Don't forget to enable it!
Trivsea Norvayn was born the bastard daughter of the powerful patron of house Shatter-Shield of Windhelm, Yrsanil, in the year of the 4th era 139. Her mother was a Dunmer refugee arrived in Skyrim soon after the disaster of Red Year, and following a harsh existence in the cold streets of the Grey Quarter was eventually taken in by Yrsanil, officially as a house servant and unofficially as a concubine. She was the child of a forced union, and her and her mother were treated with contempt by Yrsanil and even worse by his Nord wife and her son and heir apparent, Torbjorn, who both saw Trivsea's existence as a stain on the family's honour.
Coming from a long line of alchemists and healers that served house Hlaalu for centuries and even had an ancestral tomb back in Morrowind, (so they used to be a well-off family until the events of Red year) her mother taught Trivsea to read and write and the basics of the Norvayn trade in alchemy and magic since early childhood, but especially to be proud of her Dunmer heritage and her name. On the other hand, constant abuse as a child from Torbjorn, his mother and eventually his wife and much younger two daughters, Nilsine and Friga, instilled in Trivsea a searing hatred for Stormcloaks and a strong desire in her heart to completely deny her Nord heritage. No matter how much money her mother's potions would make for the Shattershields, they would still wear rags and dine only on servant food.
Come Yrsanil's eventual death in 191, (who treated them better than the rest of the Shatter-Shield family especially as he grew older and more regretful of past deeds) she and her mother were thrown into the streets with nothing in their hands before the Windhelm winter, a season Trivsea's mother would not survive. Septimless, desperate and close to starving, the now-adult Trivsea left for the wilds in the spring of 192, planning to use her basic knowledge of alchemy to survive. She was found and taken in by a coven of witches who also taught her one or two destruction spells to protect herself, and she felt at ease for a few years within the coven, far away from the intrigue and plots of the Windhelm nobility. But alas, peace would not stay with her and one faithful day 9 years later, while collecting some ingredients for potions in the woods, she was captured by an Imperial patrol east of Helgen, and would soon make a discovery that will change everything...
What did I want to achieve with this background? Trivsea's dragonborn powers awakened from the blood of a long line of proud Nord warriors, a part of her identity that, some could say for good reason, she repressed and denied. Will she as a dragonborn embrace her Nord side and try to forge a world of less hatred and suffering and more equal coexistence between men and mer? Will she use her powers for revenge instead? If so, how? Will she join the imperial legion and destroy everything the Shatter-Shields stood for, conquering Windhelm at general Tulius's side, ending their line and make herself thane of new Windhelm, reigning over their dead bodies? Will she join the Dark Brotherhood because of the desire for revenge long buried in her heart, dreaming to hone her skills and hunt them down one by one? (the Dark Brotherhood quest "Mourning never comes" really allows you to bring ruin to the Shattershields if you kill Nilsine, as this will get her mother, Tova, to commit suicide, and as her younger sister Friga had already been killed by the butcher, this leaves Torbjorn sad, lonely and heirless) On that same note, will she claim her title as the last heir of house Shatter-Shield (she is, after all, Torbjorn's younger and only half-sister, and if his last legitimate daughter were to die somehow...) under an Imperial Windhelm and remake it into something that would get her Nord ancestors to move in their graves? (like, say, marry another Mer and worship a Dardric lord in Friga's former manor of Hjerim? Also, draugr pun unintended for the last sentence...)
Or will she never even admit to herself that Shatter-Shield blood flows through her veins, try to forever leave behind the city of ice and stone that brought her decades of sorrow and made her an orphan and, recognizing that her mother died exactly because of political scheming by Torbjorn and Tova, never involve herself in politics, stay away from the civil war and just try to lessen the suffering of the oppressed and do good deeds? (because she'd still have deep regrets for not being able to save her mother) Or maybe go to a secluded place of learning like Winterhold to, in a way, continue the Norvayn legacy and honor her ancestors but leave her past behind? She is even a perfect character for a pro-Thalmor playthrough if you ever wanted one and think you have the mods for it! She has been mistreated by a harsh prejudiced Nord society and lost everyone she knew because of it, (it is likely her witch coven was also found and destroyed by Ulfric's armies in the western Rift as they were marching for Helgen) so clearly she would see the empire as the far lesser evil for Skyrim, but not necesarily the best faction. Given her experiences, she might just wish for a world free of the yoke of human empires and perceive the Dominion as the last bastion of Elven independence. After all, Tiber Septim slaughtered countless elves with Nummidium in Summerset and was a brutal tyrant over all of Tamriel (he even disallowed any local militias in all provinces, effectively keeping them under military occupation). Saint Alessia, still revered all over Cyrodiil, founded an order that purged the entire race of the Ayeleids throughout the first era. If you look at their old history, starting all the way from the Alessian and Reman periods, the empires of Cyrodiil were mainly a force that subjugated elves and put them under Imperial control, (much like Stormcloaks are doing now to beastfolk and Dunmer) so if she doesn't directly witness crimes committed by the Thalmor (like Ancano's plan in the Winterhold questline), she might even in good faith view the Thalmor as having the moral high ground!
You could take this character in almost any direction except a Stormcloak playthrough and it will still give you the unique experience of being born in Skyrim, having ties to its people (you're no longer a "foreign prisoner") and a personality shaped by the tug of 2 very distinct identities that may well never be reconciled. She could become very dark and vengeful, very kind and compassionate or a hundred other in-betweens. Feel free to use and alter this back-story for yourself and ask me questions in posts if you want to! And if you're wondering, yes, she is supposed to be 62, but considering a Dunmer average lifespan of about 300, this is the Dark elf equivalent of being 20-22. (that's why she looks so young)
As for any racemenu preset, there are NO conflicts with other mods
I am aware that this conflicts with the book "Racial phylogeny", which states she should inherit only her mother's race, but "Brief History of the Empire" mentions an emperor living "half as long as an elf" due to a similar mixed background, so this is lore-friendly depending on which interpretation you prefer to canonize.