This is understandable. I guess I was approaching it from the point of view that recruiting **someone** from M4-78 would make it feel like it was worth all the trouble. The arc with having to find Lonna Vash is easily the most circuitous out of all the Jedi if this mod is installed and then we can anti-climactic ending for both her and her apprentice after everything b/c they easily get killed.
I currently own Kotor II/TSL on Steam but I have read numerous reports that the Steam version of TSLRCM from the Workshop does not work properly and could lead to compatibility issues for other mods. With that being said, is it possible to install TSLRCM on the Steam version of the game WITHOUT using the workshop? When I downloaded it from the main link on this site, the installer automatically installed the workshop version without giving me a proper choice. Furthermore when I install it via the link on Deadlystream and then I open the game, it just comes up as the vanilla version and doesnt acknowledge the mods installed. How do I fix this?
It would absolutely be possible. The question is would anyone ever actually see the production of such a project as worth their while - and making Kaah somehow not feel like a pointless tack-on. I might have to go back on what I said about Dustil considering that voice reproduction models are clearly being made for other characters in KotOR (I don't know how I missed that).
No matter what, it would have to be handled differently than how PartySwap is handled. PartySwap as-is could only work mechanics-wise for Disciple/Handmaiden or Mira/Hanharr, because those are the only open slots on the party table.