When it comes to selecting the best Blade and Sorcery mods, you really are spoilt for choice. With thousands of mods to choose from, you have an enormous range of ways to customise your gameplay experience.
Blade and Sorcery is, of course, all about wielding and magic in a fantasy Medieval world. Which is great, but now you can augment your weaponry, to find your ultimate killing tool.
With a large selection of spells, weapons and maps available, here are the very best Blade and Sorcery mods.
Best Blade And Sorcery Mods
For the purposes of this selection, we're making use of the popular Mod site Nexus Mods. It offers over 5000 different mods for Blade and Sorcery, as well as myriad other games.
If you are feeling tentative about using mods, then our guide on how to mod Blade and Sorcery will help. Once you've read that, you'll be ready to take your pick from the selection we've listed below.
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The Outer Rim
The Outer Rim mod is described as a "total Star Wars conversion". It also introduces a range of weapons including lightsabers and blasters from Star Wars. There are custom maps, custom NPCs, and optional force push-like Gravity and jumping add ons.
So if you want to really immerse yourself in Star Wars, this is definitely the mod for you.
We know that selection packs can sometimes be underwhelming. But the Medieval MegaPack offers you a choice of over 300 different weapons from the Middle Ages and earlier, from a variety of cultures and civilisations.
Whether you prefer longswords, daggers, bludgeons, axes, spears, ranged weapons, or even shields, you're almost guaranteed to find something that will suit you with this mod.
Fisher's Elemental Firearms and NPC Gun Waves
Oh, go on then, we'll give you one that combines magic and weapons. And this is a cracker. There's a related mod called Fisher's Pistols Pack, that lets you introduce pistols to the medieval realm. But before you go thinking you've brought a gun to a knife fight, all your enemies have them as well.
The Elemental Firearms pack goes one better, because it allows you to imbue your weapon with a spell. Any bullets you fire will then have that same spell charge applied.
Just in case you felt Blade and Sorcery was a bit too tame, straight-laced and vanilla, along comes a mod that simply calls itself, 'Dismemberment'. The description is equally pithy: "Makes dismembering and piercing people easier". And that's pretty much it. If you want to dismember people more easily, this mod is the one to go for.
And with over 600,000 downloads, and 8000 endorsements from other dismemberment enthusiasts, you'll clearly be in good company.
Jedi Knight Saber Pack
We'll move on now to lightsabers, because they're great. The Jedi Knight Saber pack offers 23 different lightsabers to choose from, including weapons belonging to Obi-Wan, Darth Vader, and the DarkSaber.
Let's be honest, running around with a sword is neat. But a lightsaber is even better.
Time Stop Spell
Our next entry in our guide to the best Blade and Sorcery mods isn't a weapon per se. But the ability to control time is a powerful tool when you need to defeat someone in battle. The Time Stop Spell is a pretty simple, self-explanatory mod, which allows you to freeze and unfreeze time.
Maybe you're getting beaten up and you need to escape. Or maybe you just want to pulverise an opponent without taking a beating yourself. Either way, this is a great mod, with almost 8000 endorsements from over 235000 downloads.
Of course, Blade and Sorcery already has the ability to slow down time, but this goes one step further.
We're in a medieval world, so what better than a bit of Medieval myth and legend? Thor's hammer Mjolnir imbues the user with a variety of neat tricks - it inflicts powerful damage, you can fly with it, throw it and use it to pathfind, and even use it to generate lightning attacks.
These are just a selection of some of our favourite Blade and Sorcery mods, from the thousands that are available. We're confident that at least one of these is going to tickle your fancy.
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