If you give your sword to a rebel king, they had better be worth the effort. Thanks to mods, Ulfric Stormcloak will definitely be there.
The leader of the Stormcloaks is a complex person. He has good values, but he also has a dark side that he hides.
Still, he wants players to leave Helgen and join him on a quest to free Skyrim from the royal rule.
As a loyal servant, you should get every mod you can to make Ulfric bigger, better equipped, and more attractive.
The best ones are listed below.
- 12. Lvl 1 Ulfric Stormcloak
- 11. Ulfric Stormcloak Revamped
- 10. Vladimir Kulich as Ulfric Stormcloak
- 9. Ulfric Stormcloaks Children - Follower
- 8. Obedient Ulfric
- 7. Ulfric & Elisif Wear the Jagged Crown
- 6. Younger Ulfric Stormcloak
- 5. Stormcloak Rebellion Refined
- 4. High King Ulfric
- 3. Ulfric Armor Fixes (Legends Art)
- 2. Ulfrica Stormcloak
- 1. BB’s Ulfric Stormcloak Revisited
12. Lvl 1 Ulfric Stormcloak
The “Play through Skyrim as Ulfric Stormcloak” mod allows you to experience the game Skyrim from the perspective of Ulfric Stormcloak, a central character in the game’s civil war storyline.
This mod provides you with the ability to play as Ulfric Stormcloak, taking on his
11. Ulfric Stormcloak Revamped
This mod transforms Ulfric Stormcloak into a more authoritative and commanding version of his character in the game.
10. Vladimir Kulich as Ulfric Stormcloak
This mod adjusts Ulfric Stormcloak’s visual appearance to closely resemble his voice actor, Vladimir Kulich, in the game.
9. Ulfric Stormcloaks Children – Follower
This mod introduces two new characters named Yjara and Yjan to the Palace of Kings in Skyrim. These characters are the children of Ulfric, the leader of the Stormcloaks.
They have unique abilities and can accompany the player as followers. Just like their father, they possess the same powers and abilities, adding an exciting and formidable dynamic to the gameplay.
With this mod, players can recruit Ulfric’s children as followers and witness them utilize their inherited powers while exploring the world of Skyrim.
It provides an immersive and intriguing addition to the game’s storyline and expands the possibilities for players’ companions.
8. Obedient Ulfric
Ulfric Stormcloak is a symbol for the people of Skyrim of revolt and independence.
But even he should bow down to the Dragonborn, who is his lord and rescuer.
Once you install Obedient Ulfric, a mod that makes him much more willing to work with you, he won’t be able to fight you no matter how good he is with the Thu’um.
He is a strong follower with unique lines, good cooking skills, and a secret love for the Dragonborn, which means he can be married.
7. Ulfric & Elisif Wear the Jagged Crown
One of your first missions during the Civil War storyline is retrieving the legendary Jagged Crown from the Draugr King Borgas at Korvanjund in the Pale.
Although wearing the Jagged Crown isn’t necessary to become the High King, it definitely helps to legitimize your claim to the throne with such a storied symbol of power.
And yet, neither Elisif nor Ulfric do anything with the crown once you’ve retrieved it. What gives?
This mod will force the would-be rulers to wear the crown, making your life-threatening adventure worth it.
6. Younger Ulfric Stormcloak
Fans of the HBO show Game of Thrones know how exciting it can be to slam your ale tankard on the table while cheering on a young king whose bravery as a child moves you.
Of course, I’m talking about Rob Stark.
Nobody is throwing anything at Joffrey.
With the Younger Ulfric Stormcloak mod, the rebel leader will look about 10-15 years younger. This will give the Civil War a more youthful feel.
The North’s High King!
5. Stormcloak Rebellion Refined
Ulfric is in the middle of a perfect storm of political unrest, and the best warriors in the land are ready to risk everything to make him Skyrim’s High King.
Ulfric isn’t just a person; he’s also the cause.
If you want to make Ulfric better, you have to deal with the Civil War as a whole.
This is done by the Stormcloak Rebellion Refined mod, which improves the look of every Civil War NPC, including Ulfric, by a great deal. This includes the Imperials, the Thalmor, and the Stormcloaks.
4. High King Ulfric
Whether you’re fighting for or against the Stormcloaks, Ulfric’s skill in battle can be a deciding factor in the result of the war.
The High King Ulfric mod makes sure that the person who wants to be High King is ready for what’s to come.
It makes Ulfric taller and stronger, and it also gives him more health and more powerful strikes.
He will also use the Thu’um better, which makes sense for someone who is said to have yelled at the last High King.
Check out the Stormlord Armor to make the set full.
3. Ulfric Armor Fixes (Legends Art)
The Elder Scrolls: Legends (2017) was an interesting entry into the collecting card game genre. Fans of the series could put their brains to work while thinking about their favorite characters.
Unfortunately, Legends development stopped a long time before anyone expected it to. However, a lot of material had already been released, and people still play.
Fans who looked closely might have seen changes between how the game’s characters were drawn and how they had been drawn in the past. Ulfric Stormcloak’s armor, for example, has a slightly different set of colors.
This mod makes Ulfric’s outfit in the game look like it does in the Legends art. It’s a small but important change that makes the would-be High King look more like a normal hero.
2. Ulfrica Stormcloak
Knowing how the Skyrim modding community works, it’s not surprising to find a mod that swaps Ulfric with a female version of himself.
But it’s not only a cosmetic change. That wouldn’t be hard enough.
Ulfrica Stormcloak, on the other hand, has 764 words of high-quality dialogue that are all voiced.
Ulfrica’s platinum hair can make her look even more amazing than Ulfric did.
At the very least, no one can say that the Stormcloaks aren’t doing their part to make sure that men and women have the same chances of getting to the top.
1. BB’s Ulfric Stormcloak Revisited
Keeping up appearances is important if you want your people to back you.
It helps, of course, if the image you’re trying to keep up is that of a dreamy prince charming.
The Jarl of Windhelm looks like a hero in BB’s Ulfric Stormcloak Revisited. He has long, brushed hair, a neatly trimmed beard, and the look of a true leader in his eyes.
He’s the perfect mix of the original Ulfric and someone like Rhaegar Targaryen from A Song of Ice and Fire. Not too old and worn out, but also not too soft and scented.
I would be ready to fight with this king.