Title of the question when it was closed:
Is there a mod that adds character requirements for factions?
I would like to ask if this question can still be improved and then reopened if it is edited to not ask for mod recommendations only (possibly console commands, or an in-game feature or workaround too), as is common with skyrim questions?
I believe, if improved, that question should be reopened as per the current most upvoted answer in this Meta post: Are questions asking for non-game recommendations off topic?
For discussion and comparison, I listed some of the currently non-closed skyrim questions that attract 'mod recommendation' answers, but may have console command or in-game feature workarounds:
How do I stop smelling like a wet dog?
Is there a mod or console command which will allow me to push followers out of the way?
Is there a skyrim mod for hiding a follower's helmet?
How to make Skyrim more challenging at higher character levels?
What can I do to minimize my save game size?
How can I find or recall my horse?
Skyrim: Place lights in a House
Any tips for preventing your horse from dying?
Is there a way to limit the amount your followers talk in skyrim?
How can I make stamina regen fast in battle?
My proposed question rewording of How do I add character requirements for factions or guilds? (I already edited the question to be this):
Title: How do I add character requirements for factions or guilds?
Is it possible to add character requirements to joining a faction or path, and therefore cause a character to be unable to join, say, the Mages Guild, or the Thieves Guild?
For example, I don't like the idea that my Orc, who has 80 in archery, heavy armor, two-handed, and single handed fighting, but a <18 in all the magic schools, is easily welcomed into the Mage College. Or that he is asked to join the Thieves Guild. It really ruins immersion for me.
Also, is it ok if I reworded this question to be like that, in attempt to improve it and have it reopened? (I'm not the OP.)
If you agree that this question should be reopened, then please vote to reopen the question.