Kexikus

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  1. Kexikus

    Sabers of the Old Republic

    ERFEdit can be found here on this site: https://deadlystream.com/files/file/499-erfedit/
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    Is it possible to Reset NPC's in KOTOR II?

    Yes, it does. But that will reset a lot more than just this one NPC. The proper way to reset him would be by modifying the globals. Those could be either local or global number/boolean. In the latter case the git workaround wouldn't even work. One would have to open the NPCs dialog file with KotOR Tool or something, see what the condition for the "selling T3" option to show up is and then modify the appropriate global/local variable. A global would be edited with the KotOR Save Editor. A local could be editable in the same way but I don't know.
  3. Where do you have jb_func.nss saved? I think it needs to be in the Override.
  4. You need to actually assign the weapon to their main hand slot and not just put it into their inventory. Also, IIRC KotOR Tools utc editor has issues with inventory editing. But I don't remember what those issues were exactly.
  5. I would choose something a little more unique or make sure that excthug4 does not exist anywhere in the game files or you would be overwriting a vanilla file. But apart from that, yes that's what you do.
  6. Yeah. Otherwise you can't even put them in the Override at the same time.
  7. My first guess would be that you're using the Steam Workshop version of TSLRCM but installed your other mods into the games Override folder. Is that the case? If not, what are the 2% of mods that are not in the build?
  8. You need to make copies of the dlg file, one for each alien species and then change the dialog file for each thug in their utc so that they use the correct one for their species.
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    MOD:Visually Repair HK-47

    View File Visually Repair HK-47 When you first meet HK-47 in KotOR II: TSL, he’s basically junk until you put him back together. I’ve always wanted this evolution from a piece of junk to a high quality assassin droid to be visible on HK-47, so that’s where this mod comes from. With this mod, the HK-47 you find in your cargo hold looks like the piece of junk he is but over time you replace his parts with new ones and he returns to his old self we know from the first game. This is not a purely cosmetical change however. I restored HK’s upgrades from KotOR 1 and each time you repair/upgrade him, he’ll look better and get a stat bonus. The requirements to unlock these upgrades increase with each successful upgrade: For the first one you need to be level 6, have a repair skill of 8 and at least 41 influence with HK-47; for the last one you need level 15, 17 repair and 51 influence. Optionally you can also install HD reskins for HK-50 and HK-51. All of the new textures are based on Quanon’s excellent HK-47 reskin for KotOR 1. See a video demonstration of this mod here: Installation: Run TSLPatcher.exe and choose the version you want to install. Then simply let TSL Patcher do its magic. When asked to select the folder where TSL is installed, choose the folder that includes swkotor2.exe or if you have TSLRCM from the Steam Workshop, choose its folder. Do NOT delete the backup folder that is created during the installation, you'll need it if you ever want to uninstall this mod. For modders: I included the source scripts in the download in case you're interested. Ignore them if you only want to install and play the mod. Uninstallation: Take all the files from this mod’s tslpatchdata folder and delete those from your Override folder (except for the .nss and .mp3 files). Also delete hk_repair.ncs from your Override and the .mp3 files from streamvoice/GBL/HK47. Then copy all files from the backup folder created during the installation of this mod into your Override. Compabilitiy: This mod is NOT compatible with ANY mods that alter HK-47’s appearance in any way. The HK-50/HK-51 reskin option is also not compatible with mods that alter the appearance of HK-50 and HK-51 either. Most other mods however should be compatible. Changelog: 1.0 Initial release Credits: Mod by Kexikus HK-47 texture by Quanon (modified by Kexikus) TSL Patcher by stoffe THIS MOD IS NOT SUPPORTED BY LUCASARTS OR OBSIDIAN. USE THIS FILE AT YOUR OWN RISK. NEITHER THE AUTHOR OF THIS MOD NOR THE COMPANIES MENTIONED ABOVE ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGE TO YOUR COMPUTER WHEN USING THIS FILE. Submitter Kexikus Submitted 01/25/2019 Category Mods TSLRCM Compatible Yes  
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    Visually Repair HK-47

    Version 1.0.0

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    When you first meet HK-47 in KotOR II: TSL, he’s basically junk until you put him back together. I’ve always wanted this evolution from a piece of junk to a high quality assassin droid to be visible on HK-47, so that’s where this mod comes from. With this mod, the HK-47 you find in your cargo hold looks like the piece of junk he is but over time you replace his parts with new ones and he returns to his old self we know from the first game. This is not a purely cosmetical change however. I restored HK’s upgrades from KotOR 1 and each time you repair/upgrade him, he’ll look better and get a stat bonus. The requirements to unlock these upgrades increase with each successful upgrade: For the first one you need to be level 6, have a repair skill of 8 and at least 41 influence with HK-47; for the last one you need level 15, 17 repair and 51 influence. Optionally you can also install HD reskins for HK-50 and HK-51. All of the new textures are based on Quanon’s excellent HK-47 reskin for KotOR 1. See a video demonstration of this mod here: Installation: Run TSLPatcher.exe and choose the version you want to install. Then simply let TSL Patcher do its magic. When asked to select the folder where TSL is installed, choose the folder that includes swkotor2.exe or if you have TSLRCM from the Steam Workshop, choose its folder. Do NOT delete the backup folder that is created during the installation, you'll need it if you ever want to uninstall this mod. For modders: I included the source scripts in the download in case you're interested. Ignore them if you only want to install and play the mod. Uninstallation: Take all the files from this mod’s tslpatchdata folder and delete those from your Override folder (except for the .nss and .mp3 files). Also delete hk_repair.ncs from your Override and the .mp3 files from streamvoice/GBL/HK47. Then copy all files from the backup folder created during the installation of this mod into your Override. Compabilitiy: This mod is NOT compatible with ANY mods that alter HK-47’s appearance in any way. The HK-50/HK-51 reskin option is also not compatible with mods that alter the appearance of HK-50 and HK-51 either. Most other mods however should be compatible. Changelog: 1.0 Initial release Credits: Mod by Kexikus HK-47 texture by Quanon (modified by Kexikus) TSL Patcher by stoffe THIS MOD IS NOT SUPPORTED BY LUCASARTS OR OBSIDIAN. USE THIS FILE AT YOUR OWN RISK. NEITHER THE AUTHOR OF THIS MOD NOR THE COMPANIES MENTIONED ABOVE ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGE TO YOUR COMPUTER WHEN USING THIS FILE.
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    MOD:K1 Ported Alien VO Replacements

    Just wanted to say that I love the idea for this mod and will use it in my future playthroughs. Thanks a lot! Makes me also wonder if we could get some other better VOs from SWTOR. Could be worth investigating.
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    [WIP] High quality skyboxes

    More progress: I was originally going to do Nar Shaddaa next but my idea of getting the buildings from SWTOR proved more complicated than expected/hoped. So instead I worked some more on Dxun. I remade big parts of its landscape, added bushes etc. There's still a lot to do but here's what I have: Then I also started working on Malachor. That one turned out really well so far. The clouds are still very much a placeholder but the terrain is pretty close to being done. The green glow on the ground comes from my attempts of having a low fog that's lit from below. That's partially working but the ground glowing green is an unintended sideeffect that's maybe impossible to get rid of. In that case I'll have to find another solution or just skip the green glow from below *insert spooky music here*
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    [WIP] Recruit Dark Side Juhani

    Uhm, what? No progress, sorry. The last thing I did with the mod was to send it out to my testers. They tested it and provided very helpful feedback but I have not yet implemented any of it. I haven't forgotten about the mod, it's just not on top of my priority list right now.
  14. Why don't you just extract the entire swpc_tex_tpa.erf? That should contain 99+% of all textures. And you can extract that with the "Extract Entire ERF" button in KotOR Tool. That should even give you the .tpc files and not convert them to .tga. Btw, maybe I just misunderstood you but just to clarify: A model (i.e. .mdl file) does not contain textures. It only has references to textures and KotOR Tool can use them to extract those textures from the .erf archive while exporting the model to ease your workflow.
  15. Not a lot as I never worked with creating new modules. I know that missing textures don't matter while missing models crash the game (maybe not always though). The game stores the .txi information inside its textures, that is, in the .tpc as ebmar mentioned. It's only when using the converted .tga files that you need the extra .txi file to keep this information. I'm not 100% sure about how KotOR Tool handles txi information when doing batch extraction (as I assume you did that). I know that it shows the txi information when you use it to open (not extract!) a texture. And since the batch extraction gives you .tpcs IIRC, the information should also still be there. But depending on how you continued from there, the information might no longer be there.