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  1. 2 points

    Version 1.0.0


    A Mod for Star Wars Knights of The Old Republic Author: N-DReW25 1.0.0 Release Date: 04.01.2023 Installation: Copy & Paste the files inside the "For Override" folder and place them into the "Override" folder inside your "swkotor" directory. Description: Since the 2010s, there have been many attempts at creating high quality models and textures for the weapons found in the Kotor games, however, there are several types of weapons which don't have any HD mods in 2023: Gamorrean Battleaxes, Stun Batons and Quarterstaffs. But some of you might recall DeadMan's Quarterstaff Replacement Pack from 2012 which replaced the Quarterstaff models with high quality models and textures... this mod was made for Kotor 2 though and was never ported for K1 players to enjoy... until now! 10 years after the release of the original, the Quarterstaff Replacement Pack has now been ported to K1 replacing the Quarterstaff and the Massassi Battle Staff. Quarterstaffs can either be bought from merchants or wielded by NPCs as weapons (such as the Black Vulkars and Outcast NPCs on Taris) Known Bugs: This mod shouldn't have bugs but if there is Just PM me on Deadlystream. It should be noted that the Massassi Battle Staff sometimes doesn't extend if equipped when the player is doing the "battle pose" animation. The weapon will be able to extend once this animation stops. Incompatibilities: Report any unknown incompatibilities to me on Deadlystream.com Permissions: You are free to use this models as you like as long as you give proper credit to DeadMan. Under NO CIRCUMSTANCES CAN ASSETS OF THIS MOD TO BE UPLOADED TO STEAM WORKSHOP. Special Thanks to: DeadMan: For the original mod! SithSpecter, RevanDark and AshuraDX: Assets used in the original mod by DeadMan! Bioware: For such an amazing game! Fred Tetra: For Kotor Tool! Stoffee: For TSLPatcher! 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.
  2. 1 point

    Version 0.9.0 Beta


    KOTOR Quick Overhaul v0.5Beta Hi! This is a beta of my upcoming rebalancing/overhaul mod for Knights Of The Old Republic 1. The mod itself is complete (AkA, it affects the entire game, from start to finish), but I've only tested it on Taris so far (hence the screenshots), thus it's still a beta. It changes armor mechanics (now they offer a fixed 25% immunity to physical, ion, and energy damage in addition to Defence bonuses, which go higher then in vanilla on high-quality armors, to keep them relevant late-game), robes (various immunities, and CON bonuses in addition to Defence), even standard clothing (it offers same Defence as medium armor, without the damage immunities, but with immunity to crits - logic being you're just as mobile, and a bit more aware, so you don't take crit damage, but you take more regular damage then in armor - and of course it's non restrictive so you can use all Force powers in an outfit with some decent Defence - should make keeping clothing more appealing as an alternative). Weapons have been tweaked as a baseline (2da file), and individually (.uti files), ranged weapons especially do a LOT more damage, speccing for a ranged character is now a very viable option, they are now, IMO, easily on par with melee weapons in usefulness. High STR characters are still better off just speccing into melee, but for everyone else - you be the judge. They can now hurt. A lot. More types of weapons are now available earlier in-game on Taris (if you want a Disruptor for example, Kebla sells a rifle, and you can pick up a pistol not soon after - and you might consider one, a lot of enemies now like putting up a shield). Enemies also use different weapons, it's not just a blaster-haven, so don't be surprised if you get incoming sonic or disruptor fire going right through your pretty shield. Repeating blasters are now actually useful - short ranged, but big accuracy buff (simulating spray-and-pray actually hitting more often by virtue of throwing enough sh*t at a wall and hoping some of it sticks). Also more powerful then blaster rifles, but they incurr a slight Defence debuff (recoil, and unwieldy). For hard-to-hit enemies and Force users, you might want to use a repeater if your base attack bonus is low, more chance of bypassing their defence/blaster deflection. Disruptors are more powerful then blasters, but less consistent (1/3 to 1 damage ratio, instead of 1/2 to 1 for blasters). Ion weapons got a big anti-droid damage buff. Sonic weapons have been left untouched (but still more usefull, since armors don't provide sonic damage immunity). Non-powered swords are now a viable alternative to vibroswords (slightly higher top damage, lower bottom, but worse crit threat). Some weapons have crit threat or crit range bonuses. Energy shield are now unlimited-use, and a LOT cheaper to buy (and sell, should make selling a 100 shields for big money later in the game a non-option). Don't be afraid to use them often - you'll need them. Most enemies are a LOT tougher now. Droids now have a -5 Defence penalty baseline (their Defence could get to ridiculous levels in vanilla, thanks to uncapped armors and logic feats), but have inherent /5 resistance to physical and energy damage (NOT ion, big incentive to use Ion weapons more often). This includes party droids. Most enemy droids will now be shielded, and have a LOT more health. Again, ion weapons are your buddy. Many NPCs in the game have been buffed, massively. Some also drop unique weapons (hint-hint, do Canderous's personal quest - just one example). Force users are especially enhanced (most Dark Jedi in vanilla are a joke). This is all throughout the game, but not all (some NPCs use duplicate forms, I couldn't edit them directly into Override, I'd have to edit the modules, which I refused to do, to make this mod more compatible with other mods). Classes get more HP as baseline. 12 for Soldiers/Guardians, 10 for Scouts/Sentinels, 8 for Scoundrels/Consulars. Soldiers and Scoundrels, and Guardians and Sentinels, get slightly increased Feat gain. Sentinels get 1 more Force power overall, to differentiate them from Guardians. Combat droids get Scout feat gain, can now Specialize in Rifles, Pistols, and Heavy weapons. All party member HP has been adjusted accordingly. Carth no longer starts with twin pistols, he uses a carbine (trust me, having an inaccurate twin-weapon user at the start would get you killed, given the buffed enemies on Taris - your party needs some consistency, he provides it). He has his personal upgradeable carbine. Bastila uses a standard lightsaber now (same reason, her flailing-around with that double-saber WILL get her killed early on). And it makes sense, in cutscenes she uses a standard saber. HK47 buffed MASSIVELY. He now has 20 CON, 18 DEX and roughly double the health as a result, and he comes with his own special targeting computer. He was pathetically weak in vanilla. INSTALLATION: Simple. Drop everything into your Override folder. I took great pains to make this mod very hands-on to install, so there's no messing with modules or dialog file. Should be compatible with everything, as long as my mod comes FIRST (and I cannot overemphasise this enough), on a blank vanilla game. It doesn't use a patcher, and it does edit .2da files, so there WILL be incompatibilites if you plaster it over a bunch of other mods, it will overwrite them. Make a fresh game install, dump my mod in Override, then install every other mod you want. As for K1R compatibility, there shouldn't be problems (I don't use it on my game, but since my mod only affects Override folder and doesn't touch any modules, I see no reason why anything should conflict). Again for safety, put my mod in BEFORE installing K1R.
  3. 1 point

    Version 1.3


    Usage: Install and update to KotOR 1.03. Make a backup of the dialog.tlk file. Overwrite your own dialog.tlk with the one supplied. update: Playing the game gives some extra insight and I am not happy with some changes I made. Also some VO lines don't correspond with their subs. Expect updates every now and then. This project, I dubbed eXtensive Dialog Overhaul (XDO), is an edited dialog.tlk file that has 9409 (v1.0) changes incorporated. The actual reason I started the project is two-fold: over-usage of the - (hyphen) and I found some responses lacking maturity. The whole project started somewhere in 2019 and has grown into a complete dialog review on all lines of text in the dialog.tlk. It consists of (but is not limited to): -corrected typos, punctuation, spacing errors, omitted words, consistency in spelling and Star Wars spelling. -rephrased some words and many sentences, or fleshed them out; especially in NPC banter/dialogue. I've tried to diversify some standard lines like "Goodbye" or "I want to ask you..." -rephrased most [Force Persuade] lines into more like the Jedi mind trick. -changes to usage of semicolons (;), numbers/digits, hyphens (-), -replaced round brackets () with square brackets [] for some descriptive lines, or added them in some cases. BioWare was really inconsistent with those and I left alone many cases where they are missing. -replaced () for ** in case of descriptive sounds (burp, snort, ahem) and some interjections. I tried to make it consistent so I thought ** the best option. Actual sounds are excluded (Onomatopoeia) -replaced ALLCAPS for *asterisk* in case of emphasized (be it angry, stressed, or sarcastic) but not shouted words. It is not considered good practice to use CAPS for emphasizing words. I kept a list of all the changes, it is in the download. Except for punctuation, I only edited PC response or alien dialog, because of the human lines being voiced over (some may have slipped through) and I tried to stay true to the original lines. British spelling ("travelling, licence") and US spelling ("colors, rumors") are used inconsistently, I decided to leave it alone in most cases. I made changes by converting the .tlk to .txt and then editing the .txt while keeping a list of all changes I made (this list is supplied as XDO_Changelog_[version].txt). After converting back to .tlk I checked the actual dialog (with DLGedit) for context. For all spelling I used several online dictionaries as a guideline. Thanks go to: Salk -- for helping and reviewing my edits and providing fixes and suggestions Kainzorus Prime -- for creating and letting me use some of his changes in "PC Response Moderation" mod Fred Tetra -- for creating the KotOR tool Fair Strides -- for creating the DLG Editor, TLKtoTXT tool and the TalkEd tool DrMcCoy -- for explaining how to play back streamwave files -> https://steamcommunity.com/app/208580/discussions/0/541907675756444428/ DarthParametric -- for pointing out additions/edits KnifeMaster -- for pointing out additions/edits
  4. 1 point

    Version 1.2.0


    =KotOR 1 No Gendered Dialogue from Male NPCs= A KNIGHTS OF THE OLD REPUBLIC MODIFICATION AUTHOR: Leilukin FILE NAME: K1_No_Gendered_Dialogue_Male_NPCs.7z LATEST VERSION: 1.2 CONTACT: E-mail to leilukin@outlook.com, or message to Leilukin on Deadly Stream 1. DESCRIPTION: In KotOR 1, certain male NPCs' dialogue will be different if the player character is female, by flirting with the female PC, remarking on the female PC's gender or appearance, or even scamming the female PC, while not giving such treatment to a male PC. This mod removes those gendered dialogue from male NPCs and aims to make those male NPCs interact with a female PC in the same way as with a male PC, or at least as similar as possible. The male NPCs affected by this mod include: Jordo, messager for Carth's personal quest Jergan in the Upper City Cantina on Taris Holdan in Javyar's Cantina on Taris Tanis Venn on Tatooine Viglo on Manaan Jorak Uln on Korriban In the case of Jergan, who will attempt to scam a female PC out of money, this mod removes him from the game entirely, because his dialogue to a male PC involves him referring to the PC as a man and suggesting that he is trying to get women's attention, so it will not make any sense for a female PC to get such dialogue. Additionally, unlike most of the other male NPCs affected by this mod, there is zero side quest or reward to gain from talking to Jergan at all. This mod has two different ways to alter Holdan and Tanis Venn: Edit Holdan and Tanis dialogue to prevent them from hitting on the femlae PC, while keeping their side quests. This option is for players who still want to do their side quests for the rewards. Remove Holdan and Tanis from the game entirely. This option is for players who do not mind missing out their side quests. Unfortunately, Dia and Marlena Venn also have to be removed from the game due to them heavily tied to Holdan and Tanis' side quests. The dialogue of Zax, Komad Fortuna, Dorak Quinn are edited to remove mentions to Holdan and Tanis. NOTE: This installation option is NOT compatible with non-English localizations of KotOR. 2. INSTALLATION: Extract K1_No_Gendered_Dialogue_Male_NPCs.7z you downloaded to anywhere you like, as long as it is not within the KotOR directory. Run Install.exe, you will see the installer presents two installation option. You may choose ONLY ONE of these options: Holdan and Tanis Venn Dialogue Edit: Removes male NPCs' gendered dialogue and Jergan from the game. Holdan and Tanis Venn's side quests will still be available. Holdan and Tanis Venn Removal: Removes male NPCs' gendered dialogue, Jergan, Holdan and Tannis Venn from the game. You will no longer be able to do Holdan and Tannis Venn's side quests. Once you selected the option you want, point the installer to your KotOR directory, where swkotor.exe is located, and let the installer do its job. If you have installed other mods, when you install my mod, you may receive warnings about the installer skipping at least one .mod file because it already exists in your Modules folder. Do not need to worry about those warnings, as it is just the way I set up the installer to ensure my mod will be installed properly if you are not using any other mods. When you install this mod, a new folder named "backup" will be created by the installer in the same folder as the installer. Do not delete the folder or the file within the folder if you plan to uninstall this mod. 3. UNINSTALLATION: Go to the "backup" folder created by the installer of this mod, cut and paste the MOD files into the Modules folder in your KotOR directory. The MOD files include: korr_m38ab.mod manm26aa.mod tar_m02ae.mod tar_m03ae.mod tar_m02aa.mod* tat_m17ad.mod* tat_m18aa.mod* (*Only if you installed the Holdan and Tanis Venn Removal option) If there is no DLG file present in your backup folder, go to the Override folder in your KotOR directory, and delete the following files: k_hjordo_dialog.dlg tat17_03tanis_01.dlg** tat18_10tanis_01.dlg** (**Only if you installed the Holdan and Tanis Venn Dialogue Edit option) If there is any DLG file present in your backup folder, cut any DLG file(s) from the backup folder, then go to the Override folder in your KotOR directory, and delete the rest of the aforementioned DLG files that did not have a backup copy. 4. KNOWN ISSUES: None currently known. If you find any bugs or problems, please let me know. 5. MOD COMPATIBILITY: Any other mods that modify any of the following dialogue files may conflict with this mod: k_hjordo_dialog.dlg — Jordo's dialogue tar03_holdan031.dlg — Holdan's dialogue tat17_03tanis_01.dlg — Tanis Venn’s dialogue in the Hunting Lodge on Tatooine tat18_10tanis_01.dlg — Tanis Venn’s dialogue at the Tatooine Dune Sea man26_viglo.dlg — Viglo's dialogue kor38b_jorakuln.dlg — Jorak Uln's dialogue The Holdan and Tanis Venn Removal version of this mod may also conflict with mods that modify the following dialogue files: tar03_zax031.dlg — Zak's dialogue tat17_03komad_01.dlg — Komad Fortuna’s dialogue in the Hunting Lodge on Tatooine tat17_03dorak_01.dlg — Dorak Quinn’s dialogue I have set up TSLPatcher to install this mod by patching the relevant dialogue files to improve compatibility with other mods as much as possible, but it is still not fully guaranteed to be compatible with every other mods that modify the same dialogue files. This mod is compatible with KOTOR 1 Community Patch (K1CP). I recommend installing my mod after K1CP. If you want to use KotOR 1 Restoration (K1R), you need to install this mod after K1R. This mod can be installed alongside JC's Romance Enhancement: Pan-Galactic Flirting for K1, however you will not be able to get Viglo's comment about the player character's body regardless of the player character's gender. 6. PERMISSION: You may do whatever you want with this mod, including using this mod's assets in your own mod. Credit is appreciated but not necessary. 7. CREDITS: Cortisol for Holocron Toolset Fred Tetra for KotOR Tool tk102 for DLG Editor and K-GFF GFF Editor Stoffe for TSLPatcher; Fair Strides for the updated version THIS MODIFICATION IS NOT SUPPORTED BY BIOWARE/OBSIDIAN ENTERTAINMENT OR LUCASARTS OR ANY LICENSERS/SPONSORS OF THE MENTIONED COMPANIES. USE THIS FILE AT YOUR OWN RISK AND NEITHER THE ABOVE MENTIONED COMPANIES NOR THE AUTHOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGE CAUSED TO YOUR COMPUTER FOR THE USAGE OF THIS FILE.
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  6. 1 point

    Version 1.1.0


    MOD AUTHOR: Sith Holocron ORIGINAL RELEASE: 03 OCT 2018 MOST CURRENT RELEASE: 04 JAN 2023 GAMES: Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic 2: The Sith Lords Description: The video on the download page covers what I’ve done with the Medical Monitors you encounter at the start of your game. The “PER_Cpanel.tga” texture is new. First off, it uses a upscaled version of the texture to bring it from 256 x 256 to 512 x 512. Then I added new LEDs. Also included: new tachometers to replace the old meters. And there are new monitors . . . and those have 8 frames of animation. Installation: Put all TGA and TXI files into your KotOR2 Override folder. Uninstallation: Take them out again. Known Bugs: None known at this time. (None were ever reported for the first release.) Special Thanks: To ConansHair: For providing the upscaled “PER_Cpanel.tga”, taking the new screen shots on the download page, and suggestions and encouragement throughout. To Malkior: For suggestions on texture inclusions (including the fader levels on the lower left -most monitor. To Fair Strides: For helpful feedback. Legal Disclaimer: All materials and copyrights belong to LucasArts, Bioware and Obsidian Entertainment Inc., I own none of the materials, and I'm not making any money out of this mod. It is to be distributed as-is without alteration, unless by permission of the mod author. This mod is not to be distributed for profit, either. I hereby state that I specifically do NOT wish this mod to be uploaded to Steam Workshop. Ever. I may release this on NexusMods at a later date but I don't wish others to do so. Usage in other mods must be requested AND approved by me before your use. If you're curious what the monitors on the Computer Panel looked like before I shrank them down, look below. Keep in mind that GIF speeds are not indicative of speeds of animations in the game. And in the video below, you can see what the Medical Monitors look like in the game.
  7. 1 point
    I'm glad this project is still alive. I came across revenge of revan looking for any shred of hope of a kotor 3 a real long time ago. From time to time I check on progress and news. I hope you're doing well Logan and I can't wait for a full release. God speed my friend and I hope you and the team keep up the good work
  8. 1 point
    My Carth Onasi and Male PC Romance mod has been updated to version 1.0.4 to add KOTOR 1 Community Patch (K1CP) compatible installation options, in order to prevent major bugs caused by conflict between my mod and K1CP.