Here is a list of our ten best-recommended Skyrim furry race mods available, to turn Skyrim into a… furry business! If you enjoy the world with a much wild and furry, those Skyrim mods will satisfy your needs! Without further it does, let’s get into the list!
List of the Top 10 Skyrim Furry Race Mods
#10 Forbidden Luxury- The Fur Traders Legacy
Although not a Skyrim furry race mod per se, this is still an amazingly gruesome mod, allowing to skin other NPCs and take their furs, thus making it pretty much related to our other recommended mods on this list.
Forbidden luxury gets inspiration from the in-game book “Confessions of a Khajiit Fur Trader”. Next to the book found in Dead Drop Falls, this mod now adds the Fur Trader’s tools. Equipping the tools will allow you to skin any NPC race, as well as Falmer and Dremora skins.
The hides can also be burned into a smelter and turned into ash with alchemical properties based on the race’s stats bonuses. Or they can be sold for a small fortune.
There is an armor set available in this mod, also. It’s craftable under the Steel category of the forge and requires only Argonian and Khajiit skins.
#9 Cats of Skyrim
This mod changes all playable races’ appearance into Khajiits. It affects children as well.
All racial traits and skills remain untouched, and the facial features, including hair, beards, and face tints, are carried over from the previous looks. Children also have different clothes because default children’s clothes are not designed to fit Khajiits.
#8 Feminine Khajiit Textures
Ever wanted to play a female Khajiit, and the only thing that made you change your mind is their looks? Well, not anymore!
This mod will make your female Khajiit look more like a human with a sexier appearance. Feminine Khajiit comes with two main variations (Grey Cat and Leopard), including a furry option.
This mod adds a spotted hyena-like playable beast race which you can choose for your Skyrim character.
#6 Lykaios Race
A subspecies of the forest-dwelling Vukasin tribe, the Lykaios are thought to be distantly related to the long-extinct Vulpine Lilmothiit peoples of Black Marsh. The nomadic Lykaios have no homeland; instead, they live in small family packs in the coldest and most inaccessible parts of Tamriel. Excellent hunters and trackers, the Lykaios are a hardy and rugged people resistant to cold and most diseases.
You can play as a Lykaios, male or female, with this mod. The race has its own facial markings, abilities, and perks.
This mod adds the Vaalsark, a canine-like race, though they don’t happen to be based on any single real-world animal in particular. The race is playable with its own stats, skills, and racial features.
#4 The Lungaris
Natives of an island off the coast of Valenwood, the Lungaris are secluded peoples that generally avoid civilization. Instead, they form small communities of hunters and gatherers. The Lungaris is highly agile with faster wound-regeneration and very sharp senses. They have difficulty studying magic but are skilled with bows and blades.
This mod adds a playable rabbit-like race, the Lungaris, with unique traits and powers, and new NPCs of said race.
Natural born hunters, blessed by Hircine himself. The Vukasin has thrived through the ages by living off the land, as a result. They hail from a secluded and little-known forest in Tamriel. Hundreds of years of living in the wilderness have granted them a certain level of immunity to diseases and poisons, as well as a great understanding of beasts. Vukasin are often confused for werewolves at first glance, because of their canine features. Thus, many misunderstandings have arisen concerning this noble race.
Vukasin are a wolf-like playable race with unique stats and racial abilities.
#2 Furry Age of Skyrim
This mod changes all the playable races in the game to look like anthropomorphic animals, also known as furries. Unplayable races like the elder race and children look like Khajiits. Dark elves and Orcs look like Khajjits, also.
Now, this mod is purely a visual change. Gameplay-related stuff stays the same, as a result. Orcs are not Khajiits with night vision. They are still referred to as Orcs. When a Wolf-looking Nord says “Skyrim belongs to the Nords!” to another Wolf-looking Imperial, they still mean that as a race thing, even if their differences and similarities are changed with this mod.
Things that aren’t changed include hair, beards, face tints, in-game text and descriptions, racial stats, and abilities, in order to increase compatibility with other mods.
#1 Furry Age of Skyrim Expanded
This mod expands on the ideas of #2 Furry Age of Skyrim. It turns all the humans in Skyrim into furries also, with beast feet and beast schlongs. Thus, all Skyrim races are transformed into animal races. You can also play as a Dremora (panther-style) or snow elf. The change is aesthetic only though.
Since it is the latest addition to the Skyrim furry race mods, making it the most detailed and updated of all, it deservedly takes our #1 spot!
What Skyrim race should I play?
Skyrim gives you a flexible choice between 10 different races: High Elf, Argonian, Wood Elf, Breton, Dark Elf, Imperial, Khajiit, Nord, Orc, and Redguard. But what is the point of installing Furry Race mod in Skyrim but not playing them? If you have your favorite race, you can pick one and see furry civilization take place. Otherwise, you can just play as a Furry race.
Can Skyrim furry race mods work on Special Edition?
In short, yes! You should be able to install any mods in Skyrim SE as in normal Skyrim without too many problems.
And that’s it my furry friends! We hope through this Skyrim furry race mods, you can modify your vanilla world into a wonderful world where animals can wander around and live peacefully. While some mods add a furry race, the others just turn the human race into furry. With that being said, enjoy the furry realm in Skyrim!