Some of the vanilla houses for sale do not have beds that companions can use. Although some of them have double-beds, these are set up in a way that prevents npcs from using them. The three enclosed esps will add extra beds to these vanilla houses - beds that you can enable and disable. Often the houses are so cluttered that you will probably find disabling the beds during daytime a very good option. In each house, there will be a clay version of an Ayleid chest that you can activate. If the spare bed is disabled, clicking on the chest will enable it, if the bed is enabled, clicking on the chest will disable it. In the Cheydinhal house, the ayleid chest is on the fireplace, in Bravil it's on a cupboard next to the fireplace, in Leyawiin it's on a cupboard close to the original bed.
Caveate ======= Occasionally, the activator icon will not show up on the Ayleid chests. The activator will work anyway - activate the chest and the bed will be activated/deactivated.
Install ======= Just drop the meshes folder, the texture folder and the esp(s) you want to use in your Oblivion/Data folder. Don't forget to check the mod(s) you want to use when starting the game!
Last edited by Leonardo on Tue Jan 03, 2012 4:54 am, edited 1 time in total.
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This Oblivion mod is mis-filed as a Morrowind mod. Would be nice if there was a Morrowind one. I guess MW companions don't NEED it, but it's weird that the stock houses and strongholds and such in the game don't have more beds, as if no one really lives there.