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  1. 9 points

    Version 1.2

    183 downloads

    This mod makes some alterations to the arena in the Taris Upper City cantina. The primary change is the removal of the original low quality crowd sprites. In the vanilla game these are VFX nodes. It appears that Bioware's original intention was for these to be animated, but that was likely disabled due to performance issues on the Xbox. Subsequently, most of the sprites are lacking arms. Another issue is the scaling. The sprites are completely out of scale with the rest of the game world, appearing to be about half the height of an average human. This was possibly an attempt to skew the perspective, an attempt to make the arena look bigger than it actually is. The original sprites have been completely removed in favour of better quality crowd sprites ported from The Old Republic. Additionally, the bays housing the crowd have been resized in order to fit proper human-sized figures. To comply with recent local ordinance changes, transparisteel safety screens have been fitted for the crowd’s protection. Other minor changes include some texture swaps on the roof section and a dummy door model to hide some unsightly fog on the original. Additionally, players participating in duels should now correctly face their opponent, and give an alignment-specific emote when they are announced. Opponents will now politely wait until their name is announced before giving their little fist pump. After some complaints by their union about a lack of proper medical services, defeated opponents are now healed back to full health post-match rather than being left to limp around. The view screens in the cantina have been upgraded to have a dynamic display of the current arena rankings. These will change as the player progresses up the ranks. The placeable computer screens have all had their positions adjusted so that they properly contact the walls they are supposed to be mounted to, and to align them with one another. Ajuur the Hutt’s dialogue has also had some minor surgery performed on it, to better deal with player and party positioning. Carth should now properly face Ajuur and the player during his relevant interjections, and won't be replying from across the room. N.B. - Because alterations are made to the module's GIT file, the mod requires a save before entering the Upper City cantina for the first time. It is thus best suited for a new game. If you load a save after having entered, none of the screens will line up properly with the computer placeables. Known Issues: The initial v1.0 of the mod used a version of TSLPatcher with a bug that caused it to incorrectly repack the MOD file, losing some scripts. For anyone that installed that version, please download and install the additional patch. It is safe to use this patch even if you installed a later version over the top, as it only reinstates the missing vanilla scripts. During the beginning of a duel you may briefly see the PC in a frozen pose. I have not been able to figure out the cause, but it appears to be a direct consequence of the measures taken to force the proper facing. If you initiate a conversation with Ajuur while the party is standing in the corner with the medpac bin, you will likely see them jump out of frame as they are moved to their now scripted fixed positions directly in front of the Hutt. That's an unfortunate consequence of the way it was handled, but the camera angle should mask the transition from pretty much anywhere else. While opponents are now healed after a match, I forgot to edit the script for the initial cutscene match between Duncan and Gerlon, so Duncan won't be healed until the start of his match against the player. I'll fix that in a future update. Acknowledgements Thanks to @bead-v for MDLEdit Thanks to @ndix UR for TGA2TPC Special thanks to @JCarter426 for helping with some scripting, particularly extended troubleshooting of the Ajuur party positioning script Thanks to @Salk for alerting me to the TSLPatcher problem with v1.0 Thanks to @A Future Pilot for pointing me to the fixed version of TSLPatcher Some screenshots feature @Sithspecter's High Quality Blasters The video features @ndix UR's KOTOR High Resolution Menus Crowd and glass textures ported from The Old Republic MMO
  2. 9 points
    Some more robe progress: There are ten texture variants for the K2 version. Half are done, and the other half is on the way. I've finished the basic recreation of them all, but that was only the first step. A lot of them need additional fine-tuning. For example, the Dark Jedi Knight robe was misaligned; part of the robe was shifted up a few pixels, compared to the other variants. I also thought the cloaks on a few textures looked washed out, so I fiddled with the levels to give them better contrast. But the biggest changes I've had to make were for Jolee's robe because the original just did not look like Jolee at all. Fortunately, the rest don't have to be replaced almost from scratch like that one. Jolee's robe is the only unique robe that uses that model rather than the master robe model. Just little changes - the fine tuning - are needed for the final five textures. The only thing slowing me down is my motivation. That's the sort of thing I can spend forever fussing over, and in fact I'm still not totally happy with the Jolee texture and might go back to it later. Anyway, the K2 version is coming... eventually.
  3. 7 points

    Version 1.0.0

    97 downloads

    Short story: Repeating blasters were originally intended to give the user an additional attack in every round of combat (like twin-blade melee weapons do). This mod implements that effect. I.e. a character without force speed would normally do 1 attack when using a repeater, 2 when using rapid shot as well. Now, 2 attacks will be done when using the default attack and 3 when using rapid shot. Long story: After investigating in 2015 what could be the reason for repeaters costing more (500 vs 300) credits while having a worse crit range (5% vs 10%) than blaster rifles while having no advantage whatsoever, I found out that repeaters were originally intended to give the user an additional attack per round, sort of making them the double-blades of the blasters. Sadly, this was never implemented, as one internal item comment even comments on. I didn't know enough about scripting back then and quickly lost interest in fixing this. But now, more than 3 years later, it's finally fixed via scripting, placing the required code in the k_ai_master script. Known issues: Due to hardcoded mechanics, power blast can never do more than 1 attack, and sniper shot never more than 2. Normal attack appears to usually only do 2, but may rarely do 3 when using force speed as well. Sadly, these cannot be changed without access to the game code. Compatible with any mod that does not edit the k_ai_master.ncs file, and incompatible with any that does. (However, it is easy for any modder to add the compatibility, source is included.)
  4. 6 points
    Thanks to @UnusualCharacters for his excellent voice acting! Here's a small update of Lehon Mandalorian Expansion, this is the only Mandalorian character that is not speaking Mando'a, but due to the quality and repeated closure of services by volunteers, I've chosen to keep his voice acting in place and have ceased searching for another. The last Mandalorian character has received her lines and they have been implemented into the game, no external force is holding me back anymore! Overall, as of right now, a few spelling & grammar mishaps exist and a final test to confirm bug fixes are all that's left to do. Currently, I'm working on a gameplay trailer. I'm hoping to release LME before the end of 2018. Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic 18-11-2018 17_15.mp4
  5. 5 points
  6. 5 points
    Latest robe progress: This is my replacement for the Ossus Keeper robes. Used Atris and Jocasta Nu for reference because they're librarian robes. I might take a second look and tweak some things later, but for now I'm moving on to the Norris robe. Also, I'm looking for input here regarding the remaining texture variants. There's some weird stuff going on with the original designs.
  7. 4 points
    Extended Enclave 2.4 has just been released. Enjoy! 🙂
  8. 4 points
    I’m thankful for all of you, my friends! This community has been a great creative outlet for me and I’m grateful if even only one person downloads my mods. They are made with great inspiration and care - as a natural way to worship the Lord who conquered death to save mankind. I’m happy that I can spread some joy and excellence through something unexpected like KOTOR mods! Happy Thanksgiving!
  9. 3 points

    Version 1.0.0

    28 downloads

    This mod was made to increase the immersion for those who like me, love to play with Canderous in full Mandalorian armor. It applies radio effect on Canderous' voice. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=USn_StK3v70 Completed lines: Taris ✓ Canderous conversation (stories, etc.) ✓ Carth and Bastila banter ✓ Jagi quest line ✓ Leviathan ✓ Multiple random reactions ✓ Soundset ✓ I've done my best to locate most of the dialogs, but some of the files are a real pain to find. If you happen to stumble upon missing soundfile let me know. It would be extremely helpful if you told me which module it happend and which NPC started the conversation (or you starded with). THIS IS NOT A CLOTHING/ARMOR MOD, IT CONTAINS MODIFIED AUDIO FILES ONLY! IT REQUIRES ANOTHER MOD TO LOOK PROPERLY FE: "Mandalorian Ultimate Mod"! Have fun!
  10. 3 points
    Hello! I have tweaked slightly this cutscene as well. As before, I uploaded a video showing the most relevant change, namely a different behavior of the two thugs after Jagi's suicide. In the original game what would happen is that they turn hostile and just stay there doing nothing until the party would get closer to engage them: quite unsatisfactory. In my tweaked version, the two thugs would just check on Jagi then leave for Anchorhead instead. Among the other things: I have used dialogue animations for Jagi and Canderous at appropriate time, fixed wrong facing, corrected a text bug ("you point" -> "your point"), added the "[Success]" which was missing in two lines following successful persuasion attempts and made the cutscene unskippable. It would be nice to have Jagi undergo the ebmar's treatment and become a unique looking, legendary character, by the way! Cheers!
  11. 3 points

    Version 1.0.1

    79 downloads

    ================================ KNIGHTS OF THE REPUBLIC II Mod ================================ Title: K1 Heads Port Version: 1.0.1 Author: Ferc Kast Contact: PM me on DeadlyStream *********** DESCRIPTION *********** This mod ports the original player heads from KOTOR I for use as playable heads in KOTOR II. To use reskins for these heads, follow these steps: 1) Move the relevant head and / or portrait tpcs out of your override folder. 2) After extracting the textures from the reskin mod, prefix the head texture filenames with "K1_" or "k1_" (without the quotes). 3) Copy the textures into your override folder. ************ INSTALLATION ************ Unzip the file. Run TSLPatcher, and point the installer to your KOTOR II installation folder. If you are using the Steam copy of TSLRCM, point it to the folder where it is installed. ************** UNINSTALLATION ************** Copy the 2das from the backup folder into the Override folder. Remove the following files from the Override folder: - k1_pfha01.mdl - k1_pfha01.mdx - k1_pfha01.tpc - k1_pfha01d.tpc - k1_pfha01d1.tpc - k1_pfha01d2.tpc - k1_pfha01d3.tpc - k1_pfha02.mdl - k1_pfha02.mdx - k1_pfha02.tpc - k1_pfha02d.tpc - k1_pfha02d1.tpc - k1_pfha02d2.tpc - k1_pfha02d3.tpc - k1_pfha03.mdl - k1_pfha03.mdx - k1_pfha03.tpc - k1_pfha03d.tpc - k1_pfha03d1.tpc - k1_pfha03d2.tpc - k1_pfha03d3.tpc - k1_pfha04.mdl - k1_pfha04.mdx - k1_pfha04.tpc - k1_pfha04d.tpc - k1_pfha04d1.tpc - k1_pfha04d2.tpc - k1_pfha04d3.tpc - k1_pfha05.mdl - k1_pfha05.mdx - k1_pfha05.tpc - k1_pfha05d.tpc - k1_pfha05d1.tpc - k1_pfha05d2.tpc - k1_pfha05d3.tpc - k1_pfhb01.mdl - k1_pfhb01.mdx - k1_pfhb01.tpc - k1_pfhb01d.tpc - k1_pfhb01d1.tpc - k1_pfhb01d2.tpc - k1_pfhb01d3.tpc - k1_pfhb02.mdl - k1_pfhb02.mdx - k1_pfhb02.tpc - k1_pfhb02d.tpc - k1_pfhb02d1.tpc - k1_pfhb02d2.tpc - k1_pfhb02d3.tpc - k1_pfhb03.mdl - k1_pfhb03.mdx - k1_pfhb03.tpc - k1_pfhb03d.tpc - k1_pfhb03d1.tpc - k1_pfhb03d2.tpc - k1_pfhb03d3.tpc - 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k1_pmha02d.tpc - k1_pmha02d1.tpc - k1_pmha02d2.tpc - k1_pmha02d3.tpc - k1_pmha03.mdl - k1_pmha03.mdx - k1_pmha03.tpc - k1_pmha03d.tpc - k1_pmha03d1.tpc - k1_pmha03d2.tpc - k1_pmha03d3.tpc - k1_pmha04.mdl - k1_pmha04.mdx - k1_pmha04.tpc - k1_pmha04d.tpc - k1_pmha04d1.tpc - k1_pmha04d2.tpc - k1_pmha04d3.tpc - k1_pmha05.mdl - k1_pmha05.mdx - k1_pmha05.tpc - k1_pmha05d.tpc - k1_pmha05d1.tpc - k1_pmha05d2.tpc - k1_pmha05d3.tpc - k1_pmhb01.mdl - k1_pmhb01.mdx - k1_pmhb01.tpc - k1_pmhb01d.tpc - k1_pmhb01d1.tpc - k1_pmhb01d2.tpc - k1_pmhb01d3.tpc - k1_pmhb02.mdl - k1_pmhb02.mdx - k1_pmhb02.tpc - k1_pmhb02d.tpc - k1_pmhb02d1.tpc - k1_pmhb02d2.tpc - k1_pmhb02d3.tpc - k1_pmhb03.mdl - k1_pmhb03.mdx - k1_pmhb03.tpc - k1_pmhb03d.tpc - k1_pmhb03d1.tpc - k1_pmhb03d2.tpc - k1_pmhb03d3.tpc - k1_pmhb04.mdl - k1_pmhb04.mdx - k1_pmhb04.tpc - k1_pmhb04d.tpc - k1_pmhb04d1.tpc - k1_pmhb04d2.tpc - k1_pmhb04d3.tpc - k1_pmhb05.mdl - k1_pmhb05.mdx - k1_pmhb05.tpc - k1_pmhb05d.tpc - k1_pmhb05d1.tpc - k1_pmhb05d2.tpc - k1_pmhb05d3.tpc - k1_pmhc01.mdl - k1_pmhc01.mdx - k1_pmhc01.tpc - k1_pmhc01d.tpc - k1_pmhc01d1.tpc - k1_pmhc01d2.tpc - k1_pmhc01d3.tpc - k1_pmhc02.mdl - k1_pmhc02.mdx - k1_pmhc02.tpc - k1_pmhc02d.tpc - k1_pmhc02d1.tpc - k1_pmhc02d2.tpc - k1_pmhc02d3.tpc - k1_pmhc03.mdl - k1_pmhc03.mdx - k1_pmhc03.tpc - k1_pmhc03d.tpc - k1_pmhc03d1.tpc - k1_pmhc03d2.tpc - k1_pmhc03d3.tpc - k1_pmhc04.mdl - k1_pmhc04.mdx - k1_pmhc04.tpc - k1_pmhc04d.tpc - k1_pmhc04d1.tpc - k1_pmhc04d2.tpc - k1_pmhc04d3.tpc - k1_pmhc05.mdl - k1_pmhc05.mdx - k1_pmhc05.tpc - k1_pmhc05d.tpc - k1_pmhc05d1.tpc - k1_pmhc05d2.tpc - k1_pmhc05d3.tpc - pmha05hair.tpc - po_pfha1.tpc - po_pfha1d.tpc - po_pfha1d1.tpc - po_pfha1d2.tpc - po_pfha1d3.tpc - po_pfha2.tpc - po_pfha2d.tpc - po_pfha2d1.tpc - po_pfha2d2.tpc - po_pfha2d3.tpc - po_pfha3.tpc - po_pfha3d.tpc - po_pfha3d1.tpc - po_pfha3d2.tpc - po_pfha3d3.tpc - po_pfha4.tpc - po_pfha4d.tpc - po_pfha4d1.tpc - po_pfha4d2.tpc - po_pfha4d3.tpc - po_pfha5.tpc - po_pfha5d.tpc - po_pfha5d1.tpc - po_pfha5d2.tpc - po_pfha5d3.tpc - po_pfhb1.tpc - po_pfhb1d.tpc - po_pfhb1d1.tpc - po_pfhb1d2.tpc - po_pfhb1d3.tpc - po_pfhb2.tpc - po_pfhb2d.tpc - po_pfhb2d1.tpc - po_pfhb2d2.tpc - po_pfhb2d3.tpc - po_pfhb3.tpc - po_pfhb3d.tpc - po_pfhb3d1.tpc - po_pfhb3d2.tpc - po_pfhb3d3.tpc - po_pfhb4.tpc - po_pfhb4d.tpc - po_pfhb4d1.tpc - po_pfhb4d2.tpc - po_pfhb4d3.tpc - po_pfhb5.tpc - po_pfhb5d.tpc - po_pfhb5d1.tpc - po_pfhb5d2.tpc - po_pfhb5d3.tpc - po_pfhc1.tpc - po_pfhc1d.tpc - po_pfhc1d1.tpc - po_pfhc1d2.tpc - po_pfhc1d3.tpc - po_pfhc2.tpc - po_pfhc2d.tpc - po_pfhc2d1.tpc - po_pfhc2d2.tpc - po_pfhc2d3.tpc - po_pfhc3.tpc - po_pfhc3d.tpc - po_pfhc3d1.tpc - po_pfhc3d2.tpc - po_pfhc3d3.tpc - po_pfhc4.tpc - po_pfhc4d.tpc - po_pfhc4d1.tpc - po_pfhc4d2.tpc - po_pfhc4d3.tpc - po_pfhc5.tpc - po_pfhc5d.tpc - po_pfhc5d1.tpc - po_pfhc5d2.tpc - po_pfhc5d3.tpc - po_pmha1.tpc - po_pmha1d.tpc - po_pmha1d1.tpc - po_pmha1d2.tpc - po_pmha1d3.tpc - po_pmha2.tpc - po_pmha2d.tpc - po_pmha2d1.tpc - po_pmha2d2.tpc - po_pmha2d3.tpc - po_pmha3.tpc - po_pmha3d.tpc - po_pmha3d1.tpc - po_pmha3d2.tpc - po_pmha3d3.tpc - po_pmha4.tpc - po_pmha4d.tpc - po_pmha4d1.tpc - po_pmha4d2.tpc - po_pmha4d3.tpc - po_pmha5.tpc - po_pmha5d.tpc - po_pmha5d1.tpc - po_pmha5d2.tpc - po_pmha5d3.tpc - po_pmhb1.tpc - po_pmhb1d.tpc - po_pmhb1d1.tpc - po_pmhb1d2.tpc - po_pmhb1d3.tpc - po_pmhb2.tpc - po_pmhb2d.tpc - po_pmhb2d1.tpc - po_pmhb2d2.tpc - po_pmhb2d3.tpc - po_pmhb3.tpc - po_pmhb3d.tpc - po_pmhb3d1.tpc - po_pmhb3d2.tpc - po_pmhb3d3.tpc - po_pmhb4.tpc - po_pmhb4d.tpc - po_pmhb4d1.tpc - po_pmhb4d2.tpc - po_pmhb4d3.tpc - po_pmhb5.tpc - po_pmhb5d.tpc - po_pmhb5d1.tpc - po_pmhb5d2.tpc - po_pmhb5d3.tpc - po_pmhc1.tpc - po_pmhc1d.tpc - po_pmhc1d1.tpc - po_pmhc1d2.tpc - po_pmhc1d3.tpc - po_pmhc2.tpc - po_pmhc2d.tpc - po_pmhc2d1.tpc - po_pmhc2d2.tpc - po_pmhc2d3.tpc - po_pmhc3.tpc - po_pmhc3d.tpc - po_pmhc3d1.tpc - po_pmhc3d2.tpc - po_pmhc3d3.tpc - po_pmhc4.tpc - po_pmhc4d.tpc - po_pmhc4d1.tpc - po_pmhc4d2.tpc - po_pmhc4d3.tpc - po_pmhc5.tpc - po_pmhc5d.tpc - po_pmhc5d1.tpc - po_pmhc5d2.tpc - po_pmhc5d3.tpc **** BUGS **** Some of the male lips clip slightly on the character creation screen, but they are fine during the rest of the game. Let me know if you find any others. ******* CREDITS ******* - Fred Tetra, for developing the KOTOR Tool - Stoffe, for developing TSLPatcher ********* CHANGELOG ********* 1.0.1 - Updated Readme for clearer instructions on using reskins with this mod. 1.0 - Initial Release *********** PERMISSIONS *********** You may not redistribute this mod on other sites without my permission. You may use this mod in your own if you ask me. ********** DISCLAIMER ********** THIS MODIFICATION IS PROVIDED AS-IS AND IS NOT SUPPORTED BY BIOWARE/OBSIDIAN ENTERTAINMENT OR LUCASARTS OR ANY LICENSERS/SPONSORS OF THE MENTIONED COMPANIES. USE OF THIS FILE IS AT YOUR OWN RISK AND THE ABOVE MENTIONED COMPANIES OR THE AUTHOR IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGE CAUSED TO YOUR COMPUTER FOR THE USAGE OF THIS FILE.
  12. 3 points
    View File Taris Dueling Arena Adjustment This mod makes some alterations to the arena in the Taris Upper City cantina. The primary change is the removal of the original low quality crowd sprites. In the vanilla game these are VFX nodes. It appears that Bioware's original intention was for these to be animated, but that was likely disabled due to performance issues on the Xbox. Subsequently, most of the sprites are lacking arms. Another issue is the scaling. The sprites are completely out of scale with the rest of the game world, appearing to be about half the height of an average human. This was possibly an attempt to skew the perspective, an attempt to make the arena look bigger than it actually is. The original sprites have been completely removed in favour of better quality crowd sprites ported from The Old Republic. Additionally, the bays housing the crowd have been resized in order to fit proper human-sized figures. To comply with recent local ordinance changes, transparisteel safety screens have been fitted for the crowd’s protection. Other minor changes include some texture swaps on the roof section and a dummy door model to hide some unsightly fog on the original. Additionally, players participating in duels should now correctly face their opponent, and give an alignment-specific emote when they are announced. Opponents will now politely wait until their name is announced before giving their little fist pump. After some complaints by their union about a lack of proper medical services, defeated opponents are now healed back to full health post-match rather than being left to limp around. The view screens in the cantina have been upgraded to have a dynamic display of the current arena rankings. These will change as the player progresses up the ranks. The placeable computer screens have all had their positions adjusted so that they properly contact the walls they are supposed to be mounted to, and to align them with one another. Ajuur the Hutt’s dialogue has also had some minor surgery performed on it, to better deal with player and party positioning. Carth should now properly face Ajuur and the player during his relevant interjections, and won't be replying from across the room. N.B. - Because alterations are made to the module's GIT file, the mod requires a save before entering the Upper City cantina for the first time. It is thus best suited for a new game. If you load a save after having entered, none of the screens will line up properly with the computer placeables. Known Issues: The initial v1.0 of the mod used a version of TSLPatcher with a bug that caused it to incorrectly repack the MOD file, losing some scripts. For anyone that installed that version, please download and install the additional patch. It is safe to use this patch even if you installed a later version over the top, as it only reinstates the missing vanilla scripts. During the beginning of a duel you may briefly see the PC in a frozen pose. I have not been able to figure out the cause, but it appears to be a direct consequence of the measures taken to force the proper facing. If you initiate a conversation with Ajuur while the party is standing in the corner with the medpac bin, you will likely see them jump out of frame as they are moved to their now scripted fixed positions directly in front of the Hutt. That's an unfortunate consequence of the way it was handled, but the camera angle should mask the transition from pretty much anywhere else. While opponents are now healed after a match, I forgot to edit the script for the initial cutscene match between Duncan and Gerlon, so Duncan won't be healed until the start of his match against the player. I'll fix that in a future update. Acknowledgements Thanks to @bead-v for MDLEdit Thanks to @ndix UR for TGA2TPC Special thanks to @JCarter426 for helping with some scripting, particularly extended troubleshooting of the Ajuur party positioning script Thanks to @Salk for alerting me to the TSLPatcher problem with v1.0 Thanks to @A Future Pilot for pointing me to the fixed version of TSLPatcher Some screenshots feature @Sithspecter's High Quality Blasters The video features @ndix UR's KOTOR High Resolution Menus Crowd and glass textures ported from The Old Republic MMO Submitter DarthParametric Submitted 11/18/2018 Category Mods K1R Compatible Yes  
  13. 3 points
    Hoping to upload a mod while prepping for family to come in for the weekend. Seemingly worked out the bugs I initially had when setting up the patcher.
  14. 2 points
    Just a reminder: Both my K1 Gameplay Improvement mod 1.15 as well as GenoHaradan Legacy Demo 1.5 has been updated.
  15. 2 points

    Version 1.0.0

    20 downloads

    This mod replaces all lightsaber vanilla icons [Mantle of the Force and Heart of the Guardian are not yet included] with the new version. # Background # When I switch around the lightsabers I had noticed that the blue lightsaber icons wasn't blue enough. It was more purple than blue for my eyes, so I decided to make it blue, similar to the blade's color. The blue color of the icons were inspired by JCarter426's "JC's Lightsaber Visual Effects", the K1 version in particular. In the end not only the color that was changed, but the style of the glowy part too. Its resolution also doubled from 64x64 to 128x128 with extra kick in crispness. The rest of the icons get the same treatment for consistency. # About this Mod # Inside this mod are 16 items of new lightsaber icons- which all consists of: 5 lightsaber icons 1 Darth Malak's lightsaber icons [this one had different style than the rest] 5 short-lightsaber icons 5 double-lightsaber icons # Final Remarks # Most likely HotG and MotF will be included in the next update. I have not yet found their correspond icons in the game files. I also have plan to change all lightsaber's texture to something that is more hi-poly in the future; we'll see. 🤞 Critiques, comments, suggestions, questions and any feedbacks for the next update are very much appreciated- just PM me, write them on my feed or leave any on the mod's page as you please. And thank you! for downloading, and playing this mod. Hope you enjoy the mod as much as I do! Installation: If there were any similar instances of these files either in TGA or TPC format, I'd recommend you to take them off first; either deleting them or moving them to your own 'Backup' folder. After that, you can copy-paste all the files included [not the folder] to the 'Override'. Overwrite when prompted. Uninstallation: Remove the said files from the 'Override'. Compatibility: Will not compatible with any mods that replaces the same variant of lightsaber icons. Redistribution: You can redistribute this mod or re-release it to any website; just don't claim it as your own. You don't have to ask for permission, but I do appreciate all the kind intention. Also, if you are planning to use the assets to a mod you will be releasing, make sure to give credits to BioWare & LucasArts, as inside this mod are their bases. Anyway, credit to me is always a welcome, welcome. Credits: DarthParametric for the past-present knowledge which allows me to create customs for the game JCarter426 for the inspiring "JC's Lightsaber Visual Effects" Dark Hope, VarsityPuppet, redrob41, CarthOnasty, Sithspecter, DeadMan, Salk, Sith Holocron, Quanon, Kexikus, Silveredge9, and Logan23 by being main inspiration for most of the creation Fred Tetra for the 'amazing' KotOR Tool Darth Sapiens and Paul Ste. Marie for Bioware's DDS Compression Kit All the inspiring streamers on DeadlyStream All the inspiring modders either active or inactive DeadlyStream for being a home; a place to hangout and to discuss -eb
  16. 2 points
    New Avengers trailer is out!
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    How far-fetched does the "Zaalbar's *Fur Coat* Robe for TSL" sound?
  18. 2 points
    Welcome! I'm not necessarily proud, but excited to share a gameplay trailer I worked on. I hope it gives you a visual understanding of what to expect from LME, of course, about 60% of the mod isn't included in the trailer, simply becuase it would have dramatically increased the trailer's time. But to reiterate, LME seeks to create an altered main quest, that forms a triangular effect. Side with Mandalorian Faction, defeat both Rakatan Factions. Side with the One, Black Rakata, faction, and defeat Mandalorian, and Elder Rakata factions. Side with Elder Rakata, and defeat Mandalorian, and the One, black Rakata, factions. What's shown in the video: Main Quest triangle, Mandalorians speaking Mando'a, voice acting, battles, loot, quest logs, and a fan made Mando'a soundtrack by SazMando, which will be included in LME. What's not shown in the video: 3 sidequests are included if you decide to work with the Mandalorians. Party interactions, from the following list of companions: HK-47, Canderous, Juhani, and Zaalbar. Wearable Mando'a armor, stats of Mando'a weapons, increased difficulty of enemy foes (footage was taken on easy, impossible difficulty is intense in the added battles), oppotunities for LS and DS points, NPC interactions with Mandalorians, and some other secrets that the PC will be able to experience if particular choices are made. I plan to release LME relatively soon, but with finals nearly upon me, finishing work (such as typos, slight adjustments to different things ... etc) may make this a mid December release. Thanks for reading and watching! -jc2
  19. 2 points
    Fun evening's work (not). Green screen images to be composited over other shots... (WIP)
  20. 2 points

    Version 1.2

    558 downloads

    This mod makes some edits to the three scenes that occur during the escape from Taris sequence. The first of these is the “Resume the bombardment” cutscene on the bridge of the Leviathan. During this scene, it’s possible that the player and party may spawn at the back of the bridge, being visible behind Malak. An edit to the module has been made to ensure that this doesn’t occur (technically they are still there, they have simply been moved out of sight). Additionally, two of the background crew NPCs appeared to be incorrectly positioned, so one of these was shunted sideways to better respect personal space. The second is the “Incoming fighters!” cutscene in the Ebon Hawk’s cockpit, just prior to the turret mini-game. In the vanilla version of this cutscene, only Bastila and Carth were included. If your previous party included any members besides those two, they would just spawn in the hallway, possibly blocking the camera in the opening shot. This scene has been altered so that the entire party (at this point in the game) is now present in the cockpit. Mission and Canderous take the two passenger seats, with Zaalbar standing behind Mission and T3-M4 attending to astrogation duties. The third scene is again in the Ebon Hawk’s cockpit, after the fighter mini-game. The order of pre-rendered cutscenes has been altered here. In the vanilla game, after destroying all the Sith fighters, you see a video of the Ebon Hawk doing a victory roll and then jumping to hyperspace, after which you have a conversation on the Ebon Hawk bridge with Bastila and Carth where it implies you have already landed on Dantooine. Yet following this conversation, you get a pre-rendered cutscene showing you approaching and landing on the planet. This was clearly done in order to mask the module loading in the background on the Xbox. The landing movie has now been moved in front of the conversation, and the skybox in the Ebon Hawk changed to Dantooine so that the sequence makes more logical sense. Additionally, Carth, Bastila, and the player all have any equipped weapons and masks/goggles hidden for the duration of the conversation. Specific Changes: STUNT_06 - Edited the module's IFO to offset the entry position and hide the player/party. STUNT_06 - Edited the module's GIT to offset the position of n_sithcomf001. Technically out of shot currently. STUNT_07 - Edited the module's onload script to spawn the entire party into the scene STUNT_07 - Created a scene-specific stunt animation for T3-M4 (computer use). STUNT_07 - Created a scene-specific stunt animation for Mission (sitting). STUNT_07 - Created a scene-specific stunt animation for Canderous (sitting). STUNT_07 - Created a scene-specific stunt animation for Zaalbar (standing/idle). STUNT_07 - Edited the scene-specific stunt animation for the player (m12aa_c07_char01.mdl/mdx) to make them run towards the turret ladder instead of past it. M12ab - Replaced the heartbeat and k_pebo_sthdeath2 - 7 scripts with modified versions to chain movies and switch Ebon Hawk skybox Override - Edited the Ebon Hawk cockpit model (m12aa_01p.mdl/mdx) to add an astromech-accessible panel below the galaxy map. Override - Edited ebo_bast_vision.dlg to change UnequipItems and UnequipHItem flags, and replace script k_ebn12_dantrans with a custom one. Override - Added custom script DP_TarisDanTran. Known Issues: Bastila and Carth are still visibly "air typing". I did attempt to alter the camera animations to mask it, but this actually introduced more problems (stuttering camera moves and revealing previously hidden janky animations). This probably requires more extensive cockpit model alterations to address, but I'm unsure if that is worth the effort, or what effect this might have on other cutscenes. Alternatively, the stunt animations, primarily Bastila's, could be adjusted, but that probably requires someone more talented than me. The animations for Mission and Canderous aren't going to win any Oscars. Acknowledgements: Thanks to @Fair Strides for suggesting the IFO edit. Thanks to @ndix UR for permission to use the edited EH cockpit model from “Ebon Hawk K1 Fixes” as a basis and discussions troubleshooting model issues. Thanks to @jc2 for the idea to edit the player's dash to the turret animation. Thanks to @N-DReW25 for the suggestion to add a door to the back of the Leviathan bridge. Thanks to @bead-v for KOTORMax and MDLEdit, and @ndix UR for MDLOps 2K18 Edition, all of which were required at various points to get this to work. Thanks to @JCarter426 for providing and troubleshooting the scripts required to change the Ebon Hawk skybox and movie order during the Dantooine arrival sequence. Compatibility: The core changes should be compatible with most other mods. Odds are fairly low someone else has made the specific changes to the stunt and turret modules that would clash with this. Changes to ebo_bast_vision.dlg are injected into any pre-existing copy of the file found in the Override folder. For example, K1 Restoration puts a copy of this file in the Override folder, so as long as you install K1R first, this mod will patch that file. If you subsequently install another mod that directly overwrites this file (again, such as K1R), then the changes will be lost. If you see weapons and masks equipped during the aforementioned post-vision dialogue then you know this is the case. This is a minor aesthetic change and does not affect the core content of the mod. If you wish to use ndix UR’s “Ebon Hawk K1 Fixes” mod, make sure you install that first, as this mod will overwrite the model for the cockpit. The cockpit-specific fixes from ndix UR’s mod have been incorporated into this version. In the same vein, any other mod that uses a modified version of the Ebon Hawk cockpit model (m12aa_01p.mdl/mdx) will result in a clash.
  21. 2 points

    Version 1.1.0

    65 downloads

    This mod allows the player to access a full map of the Ebon Hawk in KOTOR II. The idea for it stems from my annoyance at blocked off corners within the ship that prevent you from completely filling out the map on your own. Also, in KOTOR I, the Ebon Hawk's map is full by default, so this also aims to keep that element of consistency. I made the map downloadable from the Ebon Hawk's Security System with respect to how the Information Terminals in Telos Citadel Station allow you to download area maps. Lastly, I also added stars to the background of the Ebon Hawk's map to make it look less bland. This affects the prologue's map, too. Installation In order to install this mod, copy the files from the "override" folder & paste it in the override folder located in your game's directory. If your KOTOR II directory doesn't contain an override folder, then create one. To uninstall this mod, delete the files from the override folder in your game's directory. The map will not reset after uninstallation (it'll still appear full). If you truly desire to reset the map, ask a KSE expert for help. How to Use To download the Ebon Hawk's map, access the Security System located in the ship's Communications room. Select "Download Ebon Hawk map." from the list then log out. The map will now be completely full & the download option will no longer be available. Note that the prologue sequence defaults the ship's map to full & this mod doesn't change that. Compatibility This mod should be fully compatible with any other mods as long as they don't override secsys.dlg. Known issues: None as of this version's release. Credits Fred Tetra, Kotor Tool tk102, DLG Editor Thanks to this community for constantly putting out fantastic content & inspiring me to start creating mods of my own! Future Plans If requested, I plan on switching to TSLPatcher installation to improve compatibility Add a fix for the fact that certain special "instances" of the Ebon Hawk reset the map to blank (within those instances only) due to use of alternative models of the ship, which occurs independent of this mod Disclaimer: This mod is not supported by LucasArts or Obsidian Entertainment. I intend no copyright infringement & am not responsible for any damage that might occur as a result of this download. Feel free to message me on here or via Discord (listed on my profile) if you have any questions, comments, suggestions, or concerns regarding this mod or any other published by me. My permission & proper crediting will be required for use of this mod or any other published by me as part of any external work not solely intended for personal use.
  22. 2 points

    Version 1.0.0

    54 downloads

    A Mod for Star Wars Knights of The Old Republic Author: N-DReW25 Release Date: 17.10.2018 Installation: Copy and Paste the files within "For Override" into your K1 Override folder Uninstallation: Delete the files you copied into the Override folder. Description: In the game files, it appears I have discovered an early Korriban Skybox. For hardcore players who love the tiniest bit of Restored Content, you might find this mod enjoyable as it restores the cut Korriban Skybox back into the game. Known Bugs: This mod shouldn't have bugs but if there is Just PM me on Deadlystream. Incompatibilities: Is incompatiable with Kexikus' HQ Skybox mod Permissions: Do NOT claim credit for this mod and do not use assets from this mod without my permission Thanks: Bioware for such an amazing game Fred Tetra for Kotor Tool and everyone who downloads the mod. Legal: THIS MODIFICATION IS NOT SUPPORTED BY BIOWARE/OBSIDIAN ENTERTAINMENT, LUCASARTS, DISNEY OR ANY LICENSERS/SPONSORS OF THE MENTIONED COMPANIES. USE OF THIS FILE IS AT YOUR OWN RISK AND THE ABOVE MENTIONED COMPANIES OR THE AUTHOR IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGE CAUSED TO YOUR COMPUTER FOR THE USAGE OF THIS FILE.
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  24. 2 points
    Well, publication of my first mod is a success. Many thanks to this community for all the fantastic work that's inspired me to take my first steps into modding for this game.
  25. 2 points
    I get the sense that all my status updates are the same old "I haven't been here in forever." Well....guess this qualifies as yet another one ;)