Drazgar

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  1. ...or perhaps it was all just a bad dream

    1. Sith Holocron
    2. jc2

      jc2

      Or perhaps not. 

  2. In the same fashion perhaps. They might try to play it out with the original class mechanics and/or storyline like it was back in 2011, before things were messed up with all those "innovations" (since that's exactly the part of "Vanilla/Legacy" conception).
  3. @Sith Holocron, well, the most recent example happened in WoW a couple of years ago - the official "Classic realms", or just WoW Classic, you can create characters and play it using the normal game subscription. A simply put, the legacy realms where the game is "remade" in its original fashion, before any possible addons like The Burning Crusade etc. Since the idea was more or less popular the TBC realms we're also released not so long ago. And... since the original "legendary WoW trilogy" historically consists of Vanilla, TBC and Wrath of the Lich King chapters, now they're talking about WOTLK realms as well. And it's not even just remaking a certain addon era. They're actually releasing the old game by every major content patch, like it originally happened years ago. So the playas can actually try to "relive" it the old fashioned way. Just using the newer computers, Wowhead and YouTube guides on everything. Also lots of community hoarded UI addons. Anyway, that's just how it recently happened in WoW. The idea is not exactly new at this point. Old games like Lineage II, Everquest I-II, and even Lord of the Rings Online also tried to "relive" it in different ways, with mixed success.
  4. Ah, it's a Fanssciw's rendition of Malachor VI he intended to work out to use with his modpack. I'm not sure if he has finished his work already. The things are just a bit complicated IRL as of now...
  5. Never really played TOR except its first year after release, but after seeing more and more disappointment with this game from lots of people (was it ever actually good enough to begin with?) I'd say pretty soon EA/Bioware should come up with the idea of "Vanilla" realms, though I'm not sure if this thing would play out as it did in those older games like EQ II and WoW.
  6. MMORPGs are the source of evil which darkens our souls and twists our minds.

    1. Sith Holocron

      Sith Holocron

      So you've played SWTOR patch 7.0 then.

    2. Drazgar

      Drazgar

      Only played SWTOR back in 2011-2012. 

      WoW tho......

  7. Looking at these particular entries it seems you got some TSLRCM trash temp files left in your AppData folder. Since these are just typical "temporary files", you can try getting rid of them by using the default Disc Cleanup tool. Then open the C:\Users\ninja\AppData\Local\Temp and check if anything else left in there. Note that AppData folder can be "invisible" by default (as a system crap), in that case open File Explorer from your taskbar, then View -> Options -> Change folder and search options. Select the View tab -> Advanced settings -> select Show hidden files, folders, and drives and OK. Now check the Temp folder and see if any crap is still left in there. Once everything is clean, try checking the registry and installing things again. Well, since you're using the Steam version, you can just use this, or this. But that way might complicate any additional mod using. Or.. you can just download it from there, then copy the necessary files. Just don't forget to unsubscribe from the workshop files afterwards if you plan to use anything else. If anything, TSL workshop mods are downloaded in /Steam/steamapps/workshop/content/208580/ by default
  8. I'm afraid switching the game versions might not fix the issue. The registry editor is normally located in C:\Windows\regedit.exe (or you can just type "Regedit" in the search bar at the bottom left of your desktop). Open it, use CTRL+F to search for "tslrcm". If you find any obvious TSLRCM leftovers, delete it.
  9. Are you using the Steam version? There might be a certain mess in your OS registry. Did you try to also uninstall TSL itself and then clean your registry of this game's remnants (like HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\LucasArts\KotOR2) and also TSLRCM's?
  10. Did you install it before (and if so, do you still have it in your "Apps & Features"?) or this is the first time you're installing TSLRCM on this particular system? Also, did you swap any hard drives recently?
  11. Sputnik Light has been successfully installed. The system is stable, moving on.

  12. Having a slight body temperature increase as of now (night).

    No discernible bone pain, no loss of control, no hallucinations, the smells are all here for me to smell.

  13. Got my second dose of Sputnik V.

    The system is fully operational.