Member TitleLoyal and Stalwart Defender of Australian Liberty
Age19 years old
BirthdayAugust 16, 1998
A Land of Sunburnt Plains
I've been a passionate SW fan for many years now (though probably not as long as some people on here!) and absolutely love the franchise, the Old Republic universe especially. If I could summarise my love for KotOR with a quote, it'd have to be 'What greater weapon is there than to turn an enemy to your cause? To use their own knowledge against them." On the other hand, everything I love about TSL is captured by Kreia's cryptic entonement - "I use it as I would use a poison and in the hopes of understanding it, I will learn the way to kill it".
I'm an avid political junkie (almost to an excessive degree) and follow political developments in many countries, Australia, the US and the UK especially. I generally follow a libertarian (with a distinctive small-l) approach on most issues, but do personally lean towards conservative moral values. This perfectly ties in with my interest in economics (where I strongly favour laissez-faire, monetarist principles) and in law (where I subscribe to textualist and originalist theories and which I also happen to be studying as a profession). So in the (terribly unlikely!) event that you have a political query, look no further!
When it comes down to it, I'm just your prototypical SW-loving, KotOR-playing, legal-studying, laissez-faireian Deadlystreamer!
If TFA was a clone of ANH then TLJ will be a carbon-copy of ESB. Four-legged walkers in battle formation on a white surface (they couldn't do snow so they thought salt might be better), ships that have no innovation at all and look exactly the same as the originals (take a look at Kylo's fighter) and merchandising gimmicks more prolific than Ewoks (what the hell is that penguin thing anyway?).
At least R1 was interesting and fast-paced. No rubbish 'happy ending' or crappy romance. But this? Who the hell knows.
At university we're taught that if you use your own work from previous semesters then you've plagiarised. Of course, movies all draw on each other to some extent but at what point does merely extracting and slightly modifying an idea become plagiarism?
Sorry, but I just had to make an account for this.
I was going to install and enjoy this but the installer is absolutely ridiculous. The errors for a seperate mod that isn't listed as required is also sloppy.
I hardly call it several times, more like dozens. Also, no, it isn't the only viable way. Far from it, It's silly and a mess. Especially since you have to manually navigate to the KOTOR directory for every single of the countless installs.
Next time, ask for help from someone that actually knows what they're doing with an installer. I'm sure this mod is awesome, but I'm not going to spent an hour of my time installing a mod just to mix up the npcs.
It's not even that bad. Not wanting to get into an argument here, but I can hardly think of a reason why someone can't take 30 minutes out of their day after work just ONCE to install the mod.
I'm personally not much bothered by it. I mean, of course it would be a great thing to have and good luck to anyone that tries it! But, it's not like you can't see the letters and content clearly enough. To be honest, if I had to choose, I'd go with new and exciting content over a fix like this.