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  1. Hey @Salk, excellent troubleshooting; the tweak looks good. And hey, thanks for offering to test! I sincerely hope there won't be another Human without a SubRace ... but anyways man, really appreciate it πŸ‘Œ
  2. Hey @Salk, thanks for the report! Unfortunately, I no longer have the proper set up to make/test a mod. If you have KOTORTool + the base game, and are interested in fixing the issue, feel free to do so. If one wants, I can make an update and be sure to credit. Looking at the source code fp_saberthrow.nss, Selkath race is most likely a missed condition check, here: if (GetRacialType(oTarget) == RACIAL_TYPE_DROID) { effect droid_stun = EffectDroidStun(); droid_stun = SetEffectIcon(droid_stun, 30); DelayCommand(2.55, SP_MyApplyEffectToObject(DURATION_TYPE_TEMPORARY, droid_stun, oTarget, 0.5)); } else if (GetRacialType(oTarget) == RACIAL_TYPE_HUMAN && GetSubRace(oTarget) != SUBRACE_NONE) { effect sub_stun = EffectStunned(); sub_stun = SetEffectIcon(sub_stun, 11); DelayCommand(2.55, SP_MyApplyEffectToObject(DURATION_TYPE_TEMPORARY, sub_stun, oTarget, 0.5)); } I am unsure what RacialType/SubRace the problematic Selkath has, it's most likely an edge case. To fix this issue, one needs to: Install this mod (prerequisite) Tweak the second condition check (or insert an additional condition check + stun effect) to catch this special case you mentioned. Compile the fp_saberthrow.nss with KOTORTool Drag the compiled fp_saberthrow.ncs to override. Test in manm28ac module Sanity test to make sure it doesn't break anything else (e.g. test on other basic RacialType/Subrace enemies too to make sure it doesn't break anything)
  3. uwadmin12

    Muur Talisman

    Hey thanks for the comment! Yes. As for DS point, the "DS point earned" prompt after each spell might get annoying real quick.
    FULL OF SPOILERS A very cleverly designed mod that obviously has a lot of efforts poured into it. Definitely would give 5 star if not for a series of immersion-breaking bugs: 80% of the dialogues are skipping. I have to read them through feedback. One of the biggest incentives for me to install this mod is Jolee. However, the whole time he is just a walking doll because all of his dialogues are skipping and I can't interact with him either. I checked tslpatcherdata and found all the sound files from Jolee, and am 100% positive that they're supposed to play. Some new items are cool (e.g. the star forge/revan robe) but as soon as I try to wear them, the game crashes and quit At some points the maps are completely white out, I believe it happens whenever I return to an area that I have entered before Some other minor issues: those are purely my two cents and may not apply to anyone else, and I do not intend any disrespect to the author in any way. The quest description is kinda confusing throughout, and there are many locked doors that only unlock after certain progress is made. For example, when I got the quest to find a shuttle, I went back to the valley twice because I think there might be new trigger points there, and completely forgot about the locked doors. There are also other confusing situations. When I rescue the Mandalorian, I am immediately transported to outside the temple. I thought it was just another bug and went back into the temple to find the mandalorian in the detention area. As I couldn't find him there, I thought the game is broken so I reloaded, and was put in the same situation, again ... Turns out that instant transportation is intended, and the Mandalorian is right there, 200 meters in front of me. If some transition animation is added, or if the Mandalorian is placed closer, it would be a lot less confusing. Adding more annotations on the map could help, too. TL;DR ... When I fail to make tangible progress on a quest after running literally everywhere, I start to lose interest. This applies to the vanilla game, too, especially on Nar Shaddaa. The reused Malachor depth map has a lot of broken textures, and the whole Malachor surface is something that I could do without. This applies to the real Malachor surface, too. The most negative impression I have about this mod comes from the beginning: a broken, reused Malachor map, and a Jolee doll whose dialogues are completely skipped ... Things get a lot more exciting in the temple, though. I could do without some of the prequel lines. I think the author might intentionally put it there for a laugh ... while I did crack at those lines, they felt kinda out of place and cliched. Sion's guest appearance and his lines also felt out of place. The quest concluded very abruptly and makes little sense. This impression may well due to dialogue skipping. Yes, Sion's lines are skipped, too. 🀦 K1's tombs are great because 1) there are motivations for you to visit the tombs; 2) each tomb is associated with unique story and character: Ajunta Pall's tomb has a regretful Sith Lord and Shaardan; Marka Ragnos' tomb has a desparate rogue droid; Tulak Hord's tomb has a insane hermit; Naga Sadow's tomb is the final confrontation between you, Yuthura and Uthar. The tombs in this mod, while conceptually and visually as amazing as the tombs in K1, lacked both elements. You enter the tomb just for loots and fights. Arguably the last tomb in this mod remedies this deficiency to a degree, but it still feels lacking. Things that I really liked: The reskin of the Onderon Royal Palace, it's SO well done and fits Korriban perfectly well. The dialogue where you recite Jedi code against Sith code is very clever despite the fact you shouldn't know what Nihilus looks like at that point of the game, 10/10 The voice acting. Judging from the dialogues that aren't skipped: the Mandalorian and Loqi are 10/10. After listening to some Jolee's voice files I think it's a decent immitation of K1 Jolee, 8/10. The Jawas? LOL Jolee taking on an apprentice. Clever resolution for a temporary companion, too bad all the dialogues are skipped! Might totally give this mod another shot in the future if the immersion breaking bugs are fixed for steam version, somehow. It makes K2 Korriban 5x more interesting.
    Interesting mod, lots of potential! Nice voice splicing, by the way. Most of the lines are super recognizable for those that played this game bazillion times, but they're still fun to hear. Although this mod certainly adds to the replay value, at this stage I feel the Genoharadan faction is way too similar to the Exchange. They have the same base of operation and the storylines are directly linked. The new fight sequences and additional dialogues are nice but don't feel particularly refreshing. Completely separating the Genoharadan storyline from the Exchange storyline and change its base of operation to another planet (something like Telos surface military base) could potentially boost replay value. I would suggest adding some motivation for the Exile to go after Genoharadan. Perhaps instead of the Exile being kidnapped, its one of his/her companion like Atton that's kidnapped. And despite Kreia's disapproval, the Exile decides to go after the kidnapper and is lured to another planet for a final confrontation.
  4. Uh oh, looks like a certain mod author didn't use TSLPatcher to patch 2da files, BADNESS! (Yeah, I know it was uploaded in 2006 πŸ˜›) Anyhow, per the author's instruction, use Kotor Tool to manually modify certain 2da entries. Since the author did not indicate which lines were modified, the only way I can think of is to download TSLPatcher and use its compare 2da function to figure out exactly which lines are changed by the Author, then make the corresponding changes manually. Alternatively, you could reinstall the game completely for a fresh mod install. This time install the darkside bastila mod first before all other mod that uses TSLPatcher. This could save a lot of headache. There might be better ways to do this but they're beyond my knowledge.
  5. Same here, maybe its conflict? idk. I have a bunch of other added content mod on top of all the texture and sound mod. 🀷 EDIT: pretty sure there is no voice over intended whatsoever. Watched a few YouTube videos and none of them have voice over.
  6. Yeah. ApplyEffectToObject(DURATION_TYPE_INSTANT, EffectForceJump(oTarget, 1), OBJECT_SELF); makes you jump from your current location to oTarget, without the jump animation 😒 I'm guessing they used Power Attack animation (c4a3?) with this effect.
  7. Out of curiosity, what are SWMG_* commands? I noticed there are quite a few of them.
  8. If the mod author decides to make one, it will conflict with Improved AI mod (which also recompiles k_ai_master), although it should be easy enough to add a compatibility version for that.
  9. You make a good point. How much FP cost do you propose per spell (or per transformation)? I was hesitant to implement this because if it costs the same as Force Storm, you could spam it just the same, and it wouldn't really adds to balance that much. But if the FP penalty is significant enough then it probably will benefit the continuity, like you said. As for the "casting it only once" thing, you caught me in my own web of lies πŸ˜‚. But you get what I was saying, if everyone becomes a rakghoul then there is no reason to further spam the spell. The purpose of the talisman is not to cheese a combat (cough cough force storm⚑), but to drastically alter the combat structure. It will depend on the host's feats and weapons. Currently the script removes their ranged weapons completely during transformation, but any melee weapons remain in their inventory. If the original host is a range-focused character without any melee weapons or melee proficiency feat then yeah it's gonna suck. I may consider dynamically adding a custom vibrosword (with bonus melee proficiency feat) into such character's inventory in the future, not sure the AI would be smart enough to pick it up, though. One other thing I should've mentioned is their massive regeneration (+8 per 3 seconds). This plus their physical damage resistance, two insane rakghouls could attack each other forever if you don't intervene. But if you do intervene you're almost guaranteed to get hurt, since a melee-focused rakghoul (like that Horned Kath Hound) could wreck 1/4 of my vitality in one hit. Yes, there are condition checks for non-humans race, jedi, and certain bosses (such as Freyyr in lower shadowland). As for droid specifically, I tested it in Marka Ragnos' tomb to make sure the spell doesn't work on droids.
  10. Yeah I seriously considered it, but I passed on the idea because A. normally you only cast it once, and after everybody becomes rakghoul there is no need to spam the spell, B. unlike force storm, spamming the spell doesn't trivialize the game's combat. In fact, transformed rakghouls are much stronger than their original host. Thanks for the suggestions though. I most likely will make updates to this mod because there are still a few TODOs on my list, so any suggested improvements are welcome! You could try and see what happens πŸ˜‰. And yes, it's dark side only.
  11. Nah its just checking newer version of kTool from a server that's been taken down. It's a bit annoying.
  12. uwadmin12

    GenoHaradan Legacy

    I might have missed something obvious. When I went to Dxun first, the Zhug bounty hunters shows up instead of the GenoHaradan assassins, is that expected? (i.e. I didn't get to see this: https://youtu.be/x7AYXu8y4xU)