为了解决这个问题，我制作了一个全新的mod，它不仅适用于Lydia，而且适用于每个带有随机注释的角色。母狮Mjoll？为她工作。 Erandur？为他工作。 （我叫Inigo）（蒙托亚。你杀了我父亲。准备死！）？为他工作，即使他来自mod。土匪们在老斯特罗斯·麦凯（Stros M'Kai）上唱有关皱着眉头的兽人和妇女的歌声与春天的夜晚一样公平吗？为他们工作。
简单来说，每10到20秒，托德·霍华德（Todd Howard）的精神就会出现在随从的脑海中，并恳求他们发表评论。弗利特伍德·麦克（Fleetwood Mac）上场了整整9码。他们可以在每条评论中附上条件，以阻止他们在特定时间说某些话，以及确定您的随从成为托德·霍华德无尽魅力的受害者并发表评论的可能性的百分比。
这种情况每10到20秒发生一次，进一步证明了托德·霍华德（Todd Howard）的坚定热情，同时也证明了贝塞斯达（Bethesda）的游戏设计/写作部门多么疯狂和疯狂。每10至20秒。他们到底在想什么，这使《人在天际》中的NPC评论经常发生？当Emil Pagliarulo做出该决定时，我本来希望成为壁上的苍蝇。 “嘿，埃米尔，我只是从Gamebryo引擎导入了闲聊的计时器设置，但是出于某些不合理的原因，我们将它们设置为10秒和20秒。希望我提出这些建议，以使NPC不会在15秒内自言自语？
问：这与“ Big Tiddy Goth Girlfriend follower 3.0”兼容吗？
Skyrim LE Version
Very recently, I released a mod that makes Lydia an actually interesting character. An issue that a lot of people had with it, however, was that Lydia talked way too much in the earlier versions. To counter this problem, I made a SkyUI menu that allows the player to change the likeliness that Lydia will say something when the game permits her to.
There is a fundamental issue with this: What happens if despite setting that likeliness slider to a very low point, Lydia defies the odds and keeps saying idle lines at a high frequency? There was no hard stop against idle lines, just a decrease in likelihood.
To fix this, I've made a whole new mod that won't only work with Lydia, but every single character with randomized commentary. Mjoll the Lioness? Works for her. Erandur? Works for him. (My Name is) Inigo (Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die!)? Works for him, even though he's from a mod. Bandits who sing songs about frowning orcs and women as fair as springtime evenings on old Stros M'Kai? Works for them.
Let me explain how this actually works. There are two factors that determine when characters will make a comment: The conditions attached to the line of dialogue itself, and two game settings, fIdleChatterCommentTimer and fIdleChatterCommentTimerMax. Dialogue conditions can rely on a whole manner of things, such as an NPC's equipment, their location, the player's progress in a quest, when the last time they said that line was, or even a simple percentage, which is how I made the configuration for the Lydia mod; changing the percent chance she'd say something. The two aforementioned game settings, however, are the minimum and maximum time after their previous comment that a character will make another, if the conditions for the dialogue are met. By default, these times are 10 and 20 seconds.
In simpler terms, every 10 to 20 seconds, the spirit of Todd Howard appears in your follower's head and secudes them into making a comment. Fleetwood Mac plays, the whole nine yards. Attached to each individual comment they could make are conditions to stop them from saying certain things at certain times, as well as a percentage that determines the likelihood of your follower falling victim to the immeasurable charm of Todd Howard and making their remark.
That happens every 10 to 20 seconds, further proving the unrelenting passion of Todd Howard, but also proving how deranged and absolutely insane Bethesda's Gameplay Design/Writing department is. EVERY 10 TO 20 SECONDS. What the hell were they thinking, making chances for NPC commentary in Skyrim occur that frequently?! I would have loved to have been a fly on the wall when Emil Pagliarulo passed off that decision. "Hey Emil, I just imported the idle chatter timer settings from the Gamebryo Engine, but we had them set at 10 and 20 seconds for some ungodly reason. Want me to bring them up so that NPCs aren't talking to themselves ever 15 seconds?"
"Nah, just leave it, we'll put conditions in to stop characters from saying stuff that frequently. You never know, we might want to make an absurdly annoying character who keeps repeating the same dialogue over and over again and driving players absolutely insane."
With this mod, you can make NPC commentary as infrequent as 9 to 10 minutes, or 5 to 6 seconds if you're an absolute psychopath who sleeps completely flat on their back all night, puts toilet paper on the rod backwards even though they don't have pets, takes their pants off before their shirt when they have sex, and wants to see NPCs fade into insanity as Todd Howard himself tries to allure them into constantly speaking.
In short, this mod lets you change the window of when companions will have the opportunity to make idle comments, and will work with any other mod because it changes a setting that's attached to Skyrim itself, not individual lines of dialogue within it.
Except FCO, maybe. It's been a while since I used that mod, and I forgot if it has that feature.
Q: Is this safe to install mid-playthrough?
A: Yeah, unless you've installed it before and you haven't cleaned your dirty save with Fallrim Tools.
Q: How can I get this working optimally alongside the settings from Improved Follower Dialogue - Lydia?
A: Play around with the sliders from the two mods. I'd say two good options would be to put the slider from IFD - Lydia at 100, and then set the sliders from this mod to 300 and 600 seconds, which will make Lydia say something every 5 to 10 minutes with no chance of silence. Another good option would be to set the slider from IFD to 50, and set the sliders to 180 and 360 seconds, which will give a 50% chance that Lydia will say something every 3 to 6 minutes. All that said, the choice is yours.
Q: Is this compatible with "Big Tiddy Goth Girlfriend follower 3.0"?
A. Should be.
Q: ...What about "Ultimate Underaged Waifu Collection"?
A: That, too.
Q: And even "Lydia's boobs are bigger than the rest of Lydia?" Your other mod wasn't compatible with that.
A: Like I said in the main description, unless it alters the two game settings I mentioned, it should work fine.
Q: Why isn't this included with Improved Follower Dialogue?
A: Because it's intended to work for everyone.
That's all I have for you on this mod. It's pretty self-explanatory, even though I wrote a whole essay explaining how it works. For those of you who stayed to the end, thank you; my advice for you in today's world is that if you get into an argument with someone about anything, whether it be political, personal, or entertainment-related, remember that yelling at them, threatening them, or disparaging them will only make them disagree with you more, and leave you walking away unsatisfied and upset. If you explain to them why you believe they're wrong in a civil and intelligent manner, they will lose confidence in what they believe. If you're nice to them, actually listen to what they have to say, and have an open mind, they might even change their opinion right there on the spot, or maybe you'll learn something and change yours. It's very easy to get passionate about your beliefs, which is understandable in a lot of cases; but keep in mind that being right is overrated and knowing the truth is underrated in today's world. Most of us believe in utilitarian philosophy. Let's determine what is right instead of who is right so that we can improve as many lives as possible. Also, I have to give Garand Thumb credit, I stole this idea from him.