JC's VO Fix for K2 1.2

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This mod fixes two problems with the VO in the game.

  1. T3-M4 was missing some VO files. This would cause his lines to be skipped when these files were referenced in the original game. The files missing were his short "question" variants. I was able to edit together new ones using his medium and long lines as a source.
  2. Some of the Gand entries were misplaced; they were typed on the unused Gotal line rather than the Gand line. In this case, the VO did exist, but it wasn't being referenced properly in the 2DA file. I've adjusted the file to correct that. I don't recall if this presented any problems in the released game, but the affected VO files were the "question" and "sad" variants. I didn't remove them from the Gotal line in case that was actually used for Gand VO in the game.



  1. Extract files from the downloaded archive.

  2. Run VO_Fix_K1.exe.

  3. Click "Install Mod" and select your game directory (default name SWKOTOR2).



  1. Remove the installed files. Replace alienvo.2da with backup if necessary.



TSLRCM does address the T3 issue, but it does this by replacing T3's VO with generic utility droid VO, which I really, really didn't like. So if you're using TSLRCM, this mod will revert that change.



KOTOR Tool – Fred Tetra
TSL Patcher – stoffe




JC's VO Fix for K2

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Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II - The Sith Lords

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What's New in Version 1.2   See changelog


  • Converted audio files to 48 kbps MP3 to more closely match the original game format due to reports that audio was still broken with the Aspyr 1.0b update.
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