Usually found in the Base ID or Ref ID of items or characters, these first two numbers change depending on the order of installation or the order the of ESP files in the data files section of the game launcher.
For instance, installing The Elder Scrolls IV: Knights of the Nine onto a computer with Oblivion sets XX to and so on indefinitely.
The use of 169.x.x.x addresses are defined within a standard colloquially known as APIPA - Automatic Private IP Addressing.
In a nutshell, if a network device has not been assigned a fixed (static) address and cannot obtain one by asking (DHCP), the device says to itself, "Well, I'd better make up an address of my own so I can communicate on this network", so it assigns itself an APIPA address, which start at 169.254.0.1 and run up to 169.254.255.254.
As described in [RFC3927], it is allocated for communication between hosts on a single link.
Hosts obtain these addresses by auto-configuration, such as when a DHCP server cannot be found.
As another example, if one owns all of the add-ons (as part of the Legendary Edition) for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, items added by The Elder Scrolls V: Dawnguard will, by default, have along with the name of an item known to be added by the plugin (with the name in quotation marks) or, again with the console open, click on an item in view added by the plugin; the console will then display the full Ref ID the first two numbers of which will be the XX for that plugin.
For example, opening the console and clicking on an Ash Yam or entering the command will show the XX for the Dragonborn item.
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