Skyrim Mods

Dread Prison

Version: 4.2.1
Downloads: 135,000+

Vault 101

Version: 1.1
Downloads: 6,100+

Skeever Tail Shack

Version: 1.1
Downloads: 700+

Kunthar Keep

Version: 1.0
Downloads: 2,700+

Dwarven Island

Version: 1.6
Downloads: 28,700+

Dragon Tomb

Version: 1.3
Downloads: 4,400+

Prison of Despair

Version: 2.3
Downloads: 40,500+

Gunnar Tomb

Version: 1.2
Downloads: 2,200+

Imperial Fort Resource

Version: 1.1
Modders Resource


WhateverDev makes mods for your enjoyment in the wonderful world of Skyrim. Whether you’re a Stormcloak or Imperial, these mods will be a perfect addition to your game. Take a tour around the currently available mods above and try them out for yourself! Formerly Whatever Development. 


A special thank to everyone that has downloaded, endorsed, shared, and provided feedback for the improvment of these mods over the years!

Forever Free

All WhateverDev mods will remain ‘Forever Free‘ and will not be planted behind paywalls.

Forever Free

All WhateverDev mods will remain ‘Forever Free‘ and will not be planted behind paywalls.

Frequently Asked Questions 


How do I manually install mods?

In the case of all WhateverDev mods, after downloading, simply open the mod’s zip file and follow these steps:

  • Navigate to C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\common\Skyrim (or wherever you have Skyrim installed on your system).
  • Merge the Data folder from the mod’s zip file with the Data folder in the Skyrim directory.
  • Launch Skyrim and click on Data Files, then make sure the mod is enabled and in the correct load order.

Is load order important?

In some cases, yes. Some mods have load order requirements in order to interact with other mods or the game properly. Some WhateverDev mods, such as Dread Prison, have load order requirements if you are using certain other mods or additional mod files (e.g. patches, add-ons). Refer to the description of a given mod for information on load order.

Where can I download Skyrim mods?

All WhateverDev mods are available via the Skyrim Nexus. Mods that have been ported to work on gaming consoles can be downloaded from the Bethesda mod site. Any WhateverDev mods found anywhere besides these places are fake and should be avoided.