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  1. I have a tendency to collect Lightsabers, both in real life from SaberForge and Ultrasabers, and in my Kotor 2 (and sometimes 1) override folder. I have pretty much all of Jorn's hilts, Holowan designs, etc., but I really love the standalone hilt mods out there like the Valorous Knight's Lightsaber or the Kyle Katarn hilt. So would anyone be willing to drop any Saber Hilt mods in this thread that I might be able to add to my Override for either game? Really it can be anything, so long as it's something you made that you don't mind someone else using in their game. Thank you!
  2. Ferc Kast

    K1 Heads Port

    Version 1.0.1

    557 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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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.
  3. Hello, I was curious to know if anyone had this mod (dantooine enhanced foliage) I've searched for it but I can only find it on nexus mods and the problem with that is my connection always gets failed network and times out using their website, unlike when I download from deadlystream,moddb,gamefront etc. so if anyone does have it and if it is possible for you to send it to me I’d appreciate it!
  4. Hi With the release of the KotOR Save Importer for TSL (found here), making TSL's continuity match what happened in a KotOR game is now possible. I'm hoping to create a mod which adds some continuity features to TSL based on the events in KotOR 1. Thor110 has offered to help with this, and if anyone else would like to contribute I'm very open to that as well. I created this thread to continue a great discussion on the DS modding discord about some possible additions to TSL. If you have any suggestions for things we could add to TSL that depend on the player's actions in KOTOR 1, please respond to this post with them. In that discussion, we came up with the following suggestions (credit given where due; apologies if I missed someone, I did my best): - Atton no longer requiring the player to tell him what happened in KotOR 1 (me) - Cameos in TSL are adjusted based on the events of KotOR 1 (Thor110, Soaring__Sky) - HK-47 is found in a shop on Nar Shaddaa if he wasn't purchased in KotOR 1 (Thor110) - Obligatory Deadeye Duncan appearance (bogpill) - Yuthura (Soaring__Sky) - Elise from Dantooine (yeah... her) (bogpill) - Nikto NPCs referencing swoop gang choices from K1 (134340Goat) - Add some T3 dialog discussing what happened in K1, depending on whether the player repaired T3's memory in K1 (134340Goat) - Mission/Zaalbar/their allies(?) helping Atton in the cantina when he needs it (group effort, with ideas from bogpill, Soaring__Sky, 134340Goat, Thor110, and me) - Griff tries to talk the player into some far-fetched scheme (Soaring__Sky) - A Romeo/Juliet spinoff could make an appearance, if the appropriate quest was completed in KOTOR 1 (bogpill) Looking forward to hearing even more great ideas - thanks everyone
  5. ///// 01. Background ///// A couple of years back I had an idea to create a new modding suite for both KotOR games. My original idea was something along the lines of Kotor Tool on steroids with a built in 3d module editor. As time went on I learned a lot about the game and it's systems getting me to a point where my editor could load an entire module complete with 3d models, sound, waypoints, triggers, walkmeshes, and more. I then realized my knowledge of the underlying engine wasn't up to snuff because I kept making bad design choices on how I linked everything together. Fast forward about a year later after I've poured through about all the Docs and Resources I could find on the original games and the NWN Engine they spawned from. The project has now expanded to include game engines for both games. Yeah I know what you are thinking "Well that escalated quickly" and I have to agree because I never thought I would ever attempt to recreate the original KotOR games let alone in JavaScript lol. ///// 02. The Big Question ///// And now to the big question i'm sure a few of you have asked at this point... Why write something like this in JS? Well because it's fun. I do a lot of work with JS when i'm working on websites and am constantly blown away by everything it can do. It's also cross platform and at it's core platform independent. The original scope was also just for a Modding Suite with some 3d sprinkled in so it made more sense then. ///// 03. The Other Big Question ///// Why not just write your stuff in C++ and contribute to the xoreos team. Well that's simple i'm not even close to being well versed enough in C++ to contribute in any meaningful way to that project. I mean for the most part I can look at C++ code and understand it and get the gist of what it's trying to do. I wouldn't have even had a shot at this if it wasn't for them I owe so much to what they have discovered so far . I do wish them well and hope that once I publish the code they can hopefully find some stuff they can port the their project. And yes I do plan on making this an opensource project so anyone can contribute. ///// 04. Credit ///// I want to be sure and give credit where credit is due. I am totally standing on the shoulders of everyone who came before me. I could not have gotten this far if not for all the people who have shared their knowledge on these and other forums. @bead-v @DrMcCoy to name a few were instrumental in helping me get this far as the MDL/MDX format was really the bane of my existence for a while. Also all of the tool makers who shared source code allowing us to follow in their footsteps. I can't begin to mention everyone by name but if you have put anything out there in regards to cracking a file format or how the internal game mechanics work there is a good chance I have read it and have been helped by it! ///// 05. End Game ///// I really don't have an endgame per se. I just really have a lot of fun doing this in my spare time. I would love to someday have the entire game playable with this engine and finish the modding suite. In the mean time I will post updates when I have stuff to show. ///// 06. Ok That's Enough Talk ///// Source Code: https://github.com/KobaltBlu/KotOR.js/ Public Alpha Build: https://github.com/KobaltBlu/KotOR.js/releases/tag/V0.0.2 I'm sure by now you're ready for me to show something. So without further delay here is some footage from TSL enjoy! ///// Screenshots ///// I copied the post template from this thread https://deadlystream.com/topic/6088-wip-star-maps-revamp/
  6. Version 1.2.0

    903 downloads

    This mod replaces the voice overs used for Nikto, Aqualish, and Quarren NPCs in KOTOR. In KOTOR I, Nikto, Aqualish, and Quarren NPCs use the same VOs intended for Twi'leks, Ithorians, Rodians, and Bith. Because KOTOR II adds in VOs specific to these species, I figured hey, why not incorporate them back into the original game? I've included compatibility patches for the Queedle Fix, KOTOR 1 Community Patch (which includes the Queedle Fix), K1 NPC Overhaul, and KOTOR 1 Restoration. Installation & Uninstallation To install this mod, run Installer.exe and select the first option to install the main mod. Then, run the installer again for any of the compatibility patches you may need. It doesn't matter which order you install compatibility patches in. You must have installed the other mods beforehand. To uninstall this mod, delete the files from your game's modules, override, and streamwaves folders (I've included a list of them in the readme.txt). If necessary, restore files from "backup" into your game's directory. Compatibility Compatibility patches have been added for the mods already mentioned due to their common usage. The K1 Restoration Mod has a Nikto NPC in the Vulkar Base sublevel with Basic (English) VOs. I decided to leave this unaltered as to not interfere with the restored content. Known Issues Some of the Nikto VOs don't have perfectly matching mouth animations, which is because KOTOR II has some missing .LIP files. The placeholders I'm using are as close as I could find. These may be replaced in a later version. Redros's mouth doesn't move for a couple of lines of dialogue. This bug happens regardless of this mod and only if his appearance is Nikto, so I felt it's a bug beyond this mod's scope. Please let me know of any other issues you find, or if you come across anything I missed! Credits Fred Tetra, Kotor Tool Fair Strides, KotOR Toolset tk102, DLG Editor & K-GFF Editor Thanks to the KOTOR community for keeping these games alive. Disclaimer This mod is not supported by LucasArts, BioWare, or Obsidian Entertainment. It is for personal usage only and intends no copyright infringement. As this mod ports files from KOTOR II to KOTOR I, it's intended for players who already own both games. I do not claim ownership of these ported files. Contact me on DeadlyStream or via Discord (listed on my DS profile) if you have any questions, comments, suggestions, or the like. If you want to use this mod as a part of an external work, you must recieve my permission. This mod should only be found on Deadly Stream, no user may upload it to another modding site. If you just want to use the included .WAV or .LIP files, you're better off extracting them yourself. Not only are they not my property, some of them are renamed duplicates or have been modified otherwise.
  7. Hey all, I'm just making this topic to ask if a modder or texturer could make a reskin that makes Mira a black woman? I've been trying to do it myself but I've had issues not being able to edit TGA files or use Exe files on a Mac. This is my first time posting on here so excuse me if anything's out of place.
  8. Version 1.4

    23,349 downloads

    Bubbling up from the font of dark knowledge, ndix UR presents KotOR High Resolution Menus, a UI mod package providing full high resolution menu and UI support for Knights of the Old Republic. The tyrrany of 640x480 menus and 6-item lists is over. Normally, when you increase the game's resolution using a widescreen patcher like UniWS, the menus stay very small in the middle of the screen and the borders get larger. This package is designed to be used *after* the widescreen patcher has done its work. It scales the menu screens up so that they fill the screen. This package requires modification of the swkotor.exe file using a supplied patcher, and is only known to work with GoG, 4-CD, and macOS (x86) versions of the game. It should be compatible with any Steam version that uses UniWS. The main content of the package are sets of GUI files (.gui), scaled for specific resolutions. The package contains GUI files for over 30 common resolutions with the following aspect ratios: 4:3, 16:10, 16:9, 21:9, and 32:9. Here is a list of the currently supported resolutions: Installation Find the gui.WxH folder matching your resolution, modify your executable using the supplied patcher, copy the GUI files to your Override/ folder. The details for this process can be found in the package README.pdf file. Read it. Follow the instructions therein. The documentation includes everything you need to know to manually patch your EXE if the patcher does not work for your version. Uninstallation Remove the GUI files, restore the original backed up version of your swkotor.exe file. IMPORTANT NOTES: This is not a resolution hack or widescreen patch, such as you get from using UniWS. You should already be successfully running the game at the resolution you are trying to get menus and UI for. Nothing in this package will give you any additional resolutions available. That is not what this does. If you are trying to get high-res menus for one of the resolutions supported by default (800x600, 1024x768, etc.) there is probably no point to using the GUI files named 'mipc*' provided by this package (mostly the in-game "HUD"), however, this scenario is untested. There are a few of the GUI files in this package you can use without modifying your executable. Here is that 'safe' list, in case you are unable to modify your executable: It gets you the main menu, some dialogs, and the in-game HUD elements. Thanks DarthParametric for testing, contributing a double-clickable thing for Windows users, and prompting me to finally figure out the needed EXE modifications. tk102 for GFF2XML and XML2GFF source code, which made it a lot easier to get this up and running. Known Issues The patcher is currently incredibly limited, making no effort to search for values, only looking at specific locations where they are in the executables I have access to. This package does not contain any higher resolution artwork. At high resolutions, menu backgrounds will be blocky, and the striped list backgrounds are unlikely to line up with list items. For numerous reasons, you will want to get a high resolution menu art package. The game's initial character selection screen does not lay out the selectable characters properly according to GUI file field values. It is useable, but not perfect. The blue hilight borders had to be removed from around the characters to maintain a clean look. The map screen is scaled up, but the map itself is not. Furthermore, the position of the map within the frame is somewhat random/poorly understood. The map, however, is completely useable, and the points of interest and player indicator are all positioned accurately relative to the map. Some of the 3D models in menus, such as on the character stats or character generation screens, display line artifacts over them. This is caused by the very low quality graphics being scaled up to provide the border overlays. Extracting the graphics as TGAs, scaling them up, and placing them into Override/ sometimes solves these problems. This package omits statussummary.gui and dialog.gui. Scaling them up cause problems. The files don't behave as expected, and it seems to not require a customized version in order for them to work as one would want. You might notice 1280x1080 in 21:9 even though it is not 21:9. It is for split-screen on 21:9 monitors. Rescaling the dialog/cut-scene letterbox (which is optional) seems to introduce occasional issues with letterbox placement, particularly when the letterbox animation happens. This may be fixed at some point in the future. There is no scaling on font size, and as far as I know no one has figured out how to do it, so users on TV/couch setups may not find the help they are looking for with this. Upgrading 1.3 to 1.4: If you have Polish version, you can run EXE patching process If you have 32:9 display, copy new .gui files to your Override/ Upgrading 1.2 to 1.3: Copy all the .gui files to your Override/ Upgrading 1.1 to 1.2: Repeat the EXE patching process on a backup EXE if you want letterbox scaling Upgrading 1.0 to 1.1: Remove dialog.gui from your Override/ Copy 1.1 pazaakgame.gui to your Override/
  9. View File KOTOR Dialog Editor This is a visual dialog editor for KOTOR and TSL. It's currently in alpha, so if you're planning to use it for your mods just be aware that there might be (i.e. will be) bugs. COMPATIBILITY I am unaware of any compatibility issues with the DLGs created by this editor, but that doesn't mean there aren't any because this is an early alpha release. Please let me know if you experience any issues. INSTALLATION STEPS 1. Download the ZIP file, and unzip it into a folder (it doesn't create one on its own - I hate it when zips do that ). 2. Copy your "dialog.tlk" into the folder alongside the file "app.exe" - I included the "dialog.tlk" file for KOTOR (as "kotor.tlk"), and for TSL (as "tsl.tlk"), but if you're using any mods which edit "dialog.tlk" for the game you're working on (e.g. using TSLRCM), you'll need to replace it with your own copy. You can find the "dialog.tlk" file in the same folder as the base executable for your KOTOR/TSL installation. If it's for KOTOR 1, rename the copy of "dialog.tlk" you put into your app folder to "kotor.tlk". If it's for TSL, rename your "dialog.tlk" to "tsl.tlk". Don't change the name of dialog.tlk inside your actual KOTOR/TSL installation, as that will break the game. Only change the name of the version you copied into the KotOR Dialog Editor install directory (alongside "app.exe"). 34 Run "app.exe" UNINSTALLATION Delete all the downloaded files. USAGE INSTRUCTIONS General Usage - Create a new dialog file (for KOTOR 1) by pressing the "New" button, or open an existing DLG file using "Open" - Save dialog files using the "Save" button (there's no auto-save, nor does ctrl-s work - I'll make it work eventually) - Once you open a dialog file, you'll see some panels: - The top-left panel contains the "actions" list, which is a set of actions you can currently take. - The bottom-left panel contains "link" information when you select a response which is linked to the current response. - The top-middle panel contains NPC dialog (entries) - The bottom-middle panel contains player dialog (replies) - The right panel contains metadata for the selected response (strref, text, script, etc.) Some Important Terminology To understand what the actions do, you'll need to know the following terminology (some of which I made up, so please read this even if you're a pro): - Response: A line of dialog, spoken either by an NPC or the player (I sometimes call this a "node" too) - Entry: A line of NPC dialog - Reply: A line of player dialog - Start: A possible entry point for the dialog (always points to an entry, never a reply) - Link: Responses are linked to one another through "links" - Metadata: The general dialog data (things like the script that should run when the dialog ends, etc,.) - Selected response: The response which is highlighted in orange - this is preserved when navigating (until you select something else) - Current response: The response you last navigated into. - Copied response: The response you last selected "Copy Selected Node" on. Actions: The panel in the top-left corner contains a list of actions you can perform to edit your dialog. I'll try to describe the actions as well as I can here, but honestly the best way to learn the software is just to try it out: - Back To Start: Go back to the start of the dialog you're currently in - New Response: Create a new response (either an entry or a reply, depending on context) - Unlink Response: Removes the link between the selected response and the current response - Copy Selected: Sets the selected response as the copied response - Paste Into Start: If you have an entry as your copied response, and have selected a start response, it makes the start response point to the copied response - Paste As Link (Link): Adds a link from the current response to the copied response - Move Selected Up/Down: Moves the selected response up or down (respectively) by one level in the dialog evaluation order (for player dialog, this changes the order of the dialog lines they can choose from; for NPCs, the first line in the evaluation order whose "Active" script is either blank or returns TRUE is selected as the NPC's line) - Step Back/Forward: Move back/forwards in your dialog history (so you can easily go in/out of replies without restarting the dialog) FAQ I did x and it crashed/broke my DLG/set my PC on fire Yeah, this is alpha software and I need some people to test it out. Please let me know what broke the software so I can fix it. I'm clicking responses but nothing's happening You need to select responses for both the player (the bottom screen) and the NPCs they're talking to (the top screen). If this info doesn't fix your problem, let me know so I can look into it. I can navigate through the dialog, but how do I edit things? You left click on dialog lines to navigate through them, or right click on them to "select" them. Once a line is selected, you can edit it in the window to the right, edit the link between it and the current dialog node on the bottom-left panel, or copy it to another node by navigating to that node and pressing "Paste Into Current (Link)". The navigation seems to work, but I can't see the actual dialog text Make sure you have the correct "dialog.tlk" file in the same folder as "app.exe". If this doesn't solve the problem, please let me know so I can look into it. Cool app. Ugly, though... Yeah, I'm working on it, and I'm open to suggestions for making the UI cleaner/better/easier to use. DLGEdit's faster to use/better in some other way This isn't meant to be a replacement for DLGEdit - DLGEdit's power comes from the ease at which you can change an existing DLG into exactly what you want. Although this tool can do that too, it's designed for easily/naturally building DLGs from scratch rather than doing minor edits in existing DLGs, while having to actually run the dialog in KOTOR/TSL as little as possible (to avoid the time it takes to load the games and get to the conversation). FUTURE FEATURES - Flow chart view - Animation selection - More testing, bug fixes, etc. KNOWN ISSUES - If you create a link from node A to node B, and node A already has a link to node B, the dialog editor doesn't know which one you want to select when you right click and does weird things (e.g. always selecting the bottom-most copy, even when you right click on another copy). Will fix this asap. INCLUSION IN OTHER MODS Anyone who wants to use this in their mod is free to do so, with appropriate attribution. CREDITS This mod is created by me (lachjames). Thanks to Thor110 for helping me test it out. Thanks to the Xoreos team for allowing us to include xoreos-tools with this mod. We use the gff2xml and xml2gff tools from xoreos-tools to read and write the DLG files. Xoreos-tools is licensed under the terms of the GNU General Public License v3; more information can be found here. Submitter lachjames Submitted 06/12/2020 Category Modding Tools  
  10. Version 0.1.1a

    25 downloads

    This is a visual dialog editor for KOTOR and TSL. It's currently in alpha, so if you're planning to use it for your mods just be aware that there might be (i.e. will be) bugs. COMPATIBILITY I am unaware of any compatibility issues with the DLGs created by this editor, but that doesn't mean there aren't any because this is an early alpha release. Please let me know if you experience any issues. INSTALLATION STEPS 1. Download the ZIP file, and unzip it into a folder (it doesn't create one on its own - I hate it when zips do that ). 2. Copy your "dialog.tlk" into the folder alongside the file "app.exe" - I included the "dialog.tlk" file for KOTOR (as "kotor.tlk"), and for TSL (as "tsl.tlk"), but if you're using any mods which edit "dialog.tlk" for the game you're working on (e.g. using TSLRCM), you'll need to replace it with your own copy. You can find the "dialog.tlk" file in the same folder as the base executable for your KOTOR/TSL installation. If it's for KOTOR 1, rename the copy of "dialog.tlk" you put into your app folder to "kotor.tlk". If it's for TSL, rename your "dialog.tlk" to "tsl.tlk". Don't change the name of dialog.tlk inside your actual KOTOR/TSL installation, as that will break the game. Only change the name of the version you copied into the KotOR Dialog Editor install directory (alongside "app.exe"). 34 Run "app.exe" UNINSTALLATION Delete all the downloaded files. USAGE INSTRUCTIONS General Usage - Create a new dialog file (for KOTOR 1) by pressing the "New" button, or open an existing DLG file using "Open" - Save dialog files using the "Save" button (there's no auto-save, nor does ctrl-s work - I'll make it work eventually) - Once you open a dialog file, you'll see some panels: - The top-left panel contains the "actions" list, which is a set of actions you can currently take. - The bottom-left panel contains "link" information when you select a response which is linked to the current response. - The top-middle panel contains NPC dialog (entries) - The bottom-middle panel contains player dialog (replies) - The right panel contains metadata for the selected response (strref, text, script, etc.) Some Important Terminology To understand what the actions do, you'll need to know the following terminology (some of which I made up, so please read this even if you're a pro): - Response: A line of dialog, spoken either by an NPC or the player (I sometimes call this a "node" too) - Entry: A line of NPC dialog - Reply: A line of player dialog - Start: A possible entry point for the dialog (always points to an entry, never a reply) - Link: Responses are linked to one another through "links" - Metadata: The general dialog data (things like the script that should run when the dialog ends, etc,.) - Selected response: The response which is highlighted in orange - this is preserved when navigating (until you select something else) - Current response: The response you last navigated into. - Copied response: The response you last selected "Copy Selected Node" on. Actions: The panel in the top-left corner contains a list of actions you can perform to edit your dialog. I'll try to describe the actions as well as I can here, but honestly the best way to learn the software is just to try it out: - Back To Start: Go back to the start of the dialog you're currently in - New Response: Create a new response (either an entry or a reply, depending on context) - Unlink Response: Removes the link between the selected response and the current response - Copy Selected: Sets the selected response as the copied response - Paste Into Start: If you have an entry as your copied response, and have selected a start response, it makes the start response point to the copied response - Paste As Link (Link): Adds a link from the current response to the copied response - Move Selected Up/Down: Moves the selected response up or down (respectively) by one level in the dialog evaluation order (for player dialog, this changes the order of the dialog lines they can choose from; for NPCs, the first line in the evaluation order whose "Active" script is either blank or returns TRUE is selected as the NPC's line) - Step Back/Forward: Move back/forwards in your dialog history (so you can easily go in/out of replies without restarting the dialog) FAQ I did x and it crashed/broke my DLG/set my PC on fire Yeah, this is alpha software and I need some people to test it out. Please let me know what broke the software so I can fix it. I'm clicking responses but nothing's happening You need to select responses for both the player (the bottom screen) and the NPCs they're talking to (the top screen). If this info doesn't fix your problem, let me know so I can look into it. I can navigate through the dialog, but how do I edit things? You left click on dialog lines to navigate through them, or right click on them to "select" them. Once a line is selected, you can edit it in the window to the right, edit the link between it and the current dialog node on the bottom-left panel, or copy it to another node by navigating to that node and pressing "Paste Into Current (Link)". The navigation seems to work, but I can't see the actual dialog text Make sure you have the correct "dialog.tlk" file in the same folder as "app.exe". If this doesn't solve the problem, please let me know so I can look into it. Cool app. Ugly, though... Yeah, I'm working on it, and I'm open to suggestions for making the UI cleaner/better/easier to use. DLGEdit's faster to use/better in some other way This isn't meant to be a replacement for DLGEdit - DLGEdit's power comes from the ease at which you can change an existing DLG into exactly what you want. Although this tool can do that too, it's designed for easily/naturally building DLGs from scratch rather than doing minor edits in existing DLGs, while having to actually run the dialog in KOTOR/TSL as little as possible (to avoid the time it takes to load the games and get to the conversation). FUTURE FEATURES - Flow chart view - Animation selection - More testing, bug fixes, etc. KNOWN ISSUES - If you create a link from node A to node B, and node A already has a link to node B, the dialog editor doesn't know which one you want to select when you right click and does weird things (e.g. always selecting the bottom-most copy, even when you right click on another copy). Will fix this asap. INCLUSION IN OTHER MODS Anyone who wants to use this in their mod is free to do so, with appropriate attribution. CREDITS This mod is created by me (lachjames). Thanks to Thor110 for helping me test it out. Thanks to the Xoreos team for allowing us to include xoreos-tools with this mod. We use the gff2xml and xml2gff tools from xoreos-tools to read and write the DLG files. Xoreos-tools is licensed under the terms of the GNU General Public License v3; more information can be found here.
  11. Version 1.0.0

    406 downloads

    This mod "restores" three-tier appearances of Dark Jedi robe as seen on their icons. # Background # We do notice that there are 3 different icons of Dark Jedi robes which came along with each of their own tier. But when we equipped the DJKnight or DJMaster robe, their appearance pointed to that only robe which is the basic DJ robe. This mod tried to "restores" the robes which was shown with the icons. # About this Mod # Inside this mod are some replacements for Dark Jedi robes both for the male and female version: Vanilla Dark Jedi robe with additional specularity [g_a_jedirobe02] / PMBI02 - PFBI02 Blue Dark Jedi robe replacement [g_a_jedirobe05] / PMBI11 - PFBI11 Dark Jedi Knight robe [g_a_kghtrobe02] / PMBI12 - PFBI12 Blue Dark Jedi Knight robe replacement [g_a_kghtrobe05] / PMBI13 - PFBI13 Dark Jedi Master robe [g_a_mstrrobe02] / PMBI14 - PFBI14 Blue Dark Jedi Master replacement [g_a_mstrrobe05] / PMBI15 - PFBI15 All the robe icons necessary Vanilla models to have them textures working properly An Extras: Vanilla texture with enhanced specularity Darth Revan's robe / PMBJ01 - N_DarthRevan01 Uninstall option # Final Remarks # I am using Darth Tomer's "Dark Robe" as the base layer for the 11 and 13 variant, and also SpaceAlex's "Modder's Resource: SpaceAlex's Unfinished K1 Enhancement Pack - PMBI05 and PFBI05" as the base layer to work on to for the 14 and 15 variant. Credits to them both as the respective owners of the amazing textures to work on to. Critiques, comments, suggestions, questions and any feedbacks for the next update are very much appreciated- just PM me or write a public message on my feed. And thank you! for downloading, and playing this mod. Hope you enjoy the mod as much as I do! Installation: I suggest you to manually removes PMBI02 TGA/TPC, PFBI02 TGA/DDS, and ia_jedirobe_002 TGA/DDS from the 'Override' folder; if there's any. If you were running a clean install playthrough or without any texture replacement mods, you could just run the installer [TSLPatcher.exe]. Uninstallation: Run the 'Uninstall' option from the installation directory. Compatibility: Will not compatible with mods that replaces or changing the 'Texture Variation' inside of these UTIs: g_a_jedirobe02 g_a_jedirobe05 g_a_kghtrobe02 g_a_kghtrobe05 g_a_mstrrobe02 g_a_mstrrobe05 Also not compatible with mods that replaces the model of the Jedi robes [pfbil, pfbim, pfbis, pmbil, pmbim, pmbis - MDL/MDX], for example; Marius Fett's "Male Jedi Robe Replacement". If you want this mod to be working, install it after the said mod has or after any potentially conflicted mods. Redistribution: You can redistribute this mod or re-release it on any website; 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 from this mod to a mod you will be developing, make sure to give credits to Darth Tomer, SpaceAlex, BioWare & LucasArts, as inside this mod are their base assets. Nevertheless, credits to me is always a welcome, welcome. Credits: DarthParametric for the past-present knowledge which allows me to create any customs for the game Darth Tomer for the "Dark Robe" SpaceAlex for the "Modder's Resource: SpaceAlex's Unfinished K1 Enhancement Pack" N-DReW25 for the "Dark Jedi Robes Icon Fix" which motivates me to work its contrast; for without his mod I will not start doing this project Salk, Sith Holocron, and JustABitAgroed for some insights which I believe has lead me to start on doing the project Dark Hope, Quanon, VarsityPuppet, and redrob41 for being inspirational Fred Tetra for the 'amazing' KotOR Tool ndix UR for the tga2tpc Darth Sapiens and Paul Ste. Marie for the Bioware's DDS Compression Kit stoffe and Fair Strides for the TSLPatcher setup All streamers on DeadlyStream which indirectly involved on this project that I couldn't possibly mentioned one by one All modders either active or inactive DeadlyStream for a place to hangout and to discuss -eb
  12. Version 1.0.0

    25 downloads

    This is both a mod in itself, and a resource for modders to use. It allows data from KotOR 1 to be imported into TSL. It is extensible, so modders can very easily map variable values from KotOR 1 to KotOR 2 without any scripting required. There are several reasons why it might be useful to allow TSL to load data from a KotOR 1 save. The obvious example of where this would be useful is at the start of TSL when talking to Atton for the first time (where the player's choices determine what the game believes happened in the first game). It would be better if the game were aware of this without asking the player directly. Ideally, this would be TSL itself reading a KotOR 1 save, but for several reasons this is not feasible. Modders might also want to create new content which bridges between KotOR 1 and KotOR 2. For example, a mod which extends the KotOR/TSL storyline might benefit from knowing decisions that the player made in both games. Alongside the app (app.exe) is a folder called "requirements". This contains a yaml file "revan.yaml", which is an example of how you can dynamically tell the save importer which variables to import from KotOR 1, what variables to assign them to, and how to map the variables across. You can optionally install the file "101atton.dlg", which will change the initial conversation with Atton to no longer ask the player for information about KotOR 1 (because the game already knows this information, since you imported the data directly from your KotOR 1 save). IMPORTANT NOTES - You need to have a KotOR save which is far enough into the game that the ending has been determined. A save during the final battle of the game should be sufficient for this. If you don't have such a save, the variable "G_FinalChoice" can be manually set it in the GUI interface to the appropriate value (0 for LS ending, 1 for DS ending). - You can set/change variables within the tool using the GUI. - The mod was tested with TSLRCM; I make no guarantees about whether it would work without it. COMPATIBILITY This mod is compatible with TSLRCM. This mod changes the script "k_kreia_spawn", and (optionally) the DLG 101atton.dlg, and therefore should be compatible with any mod that does not change either of these scripts (except for TSLRCM, whose changes are incorporated into our files). Please ensure you install TSLRCM before installing this mod. INSTALLATION Please ensure you install TSLRCM before installing this mod. To use this tool, please follow these instructions: 1. Extract the compressed files, and run the executable "app.exe". 2. If you want to automatically import data from a KotOR 1 save, press the button "Load from KotOR 1 save". This will open a file selection box; navigate to the KotOR 1 save you wish to load from (it should be a folder). Select the folder and press "Select Folder". You can also manually edit/change the values in the GUI to your liking. Pressing "Create without KotOR 1 save" resets all values to their defaults. 3. Once you've imported and/or set the values to your liking, press "Write Script". The tool will then generate a file "k_kreia_spawn.ncs" in the folder alongside "app.exe". 4. Copy the file "k_kreia_spawn.ncs" into your TSL overrides folder. If you want to include the Atton dialog changes as well, copy the DLG file "101atton.dlg" into the TSL overrides folder too. UNINSTALLATION Delete the files "k_kreia_spawn.ncs", and "101atton.dlg" (if you installed it), from your overrides folder. INCLUSION IN OTHER MODS Anyone who wants to use this in their mod is free to do so, with appropriate attribution. CREDITS This mod is created by me (lachjames), Thor110, and VarsityPuppet. Thanks for VarsityPuppet for the idea for this tool, and our discussions on its implementation. Thanks also to Thor110 for his great advice and assistance with editing the DLG files (which I've never done before as I'm new to KOTOR modding). Thanks to the Xoreos team for allowing us to include xoreos-tools with this mod. We use the unerf and gff2xml tools from xoreos-tools to read data from KotOR 1 saves. Xoreos-tools is licensed under the terms of the GNU General Public License v3; more information can be found here. Thanks also to Fred Tetra for creating the KotOR version of nwnnsscomp.exe, which is also used in this tool for compilation.
  13. Version 1.0

    12,897 downloads

    Author: Kainzorus Prime Mod Name: Proficiency/Focus Feat Icons Fix ************************* Under NO circumstances is this, or any of my other, mod(s) to be posted on ANY site other than by myself. ************************* 1. Info =========== This mod fixes the oversight which set the icons for weapon proficiency feats to use the ones meant for weapon focus feats, and vice versa. 2. Installation: ========= Drop all the files into the override. Overwrite as necessary. 3. Credits: =========== Special thanks to: Holowan Laboratories - For all the great resources. 4. DISCLAIMER: =============== This Mod is not supported by LucasArts, Bioware or Obsidian. Please do not contact them for support of this mod. Copyright: Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, characters, items, etc. are trademarks and copyrights owned by their respective trademark and copyright holders. Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic: The Sith Lords, characters, items, etc. are trademarks and copyrights owned by their respective trademark and copyright holders. Bioware and the Odyssey Engine are trademarks of Bioware Corp. Obsidian are trademarks of Obsidian Entertainment. All trademarks and copyrights contained in this document are owned by their respective trademark and copyright holders.
  14. File Name: KotOR 1 Restoration File Submitter: ZM90 File Submitted: 15 Jun 2015 File Category: Mods K1R Compatible: Yes ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ » KotOR 1 Restoration 1.2 Read-Me ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ NAME: KotOR 1 Restoration 1.2 TYPE: Restoration VERSION: 1.2 SIZE - Unzipped: 145 Megabytes, Zipped: 47.2 Megabytes DATE RELEASED: May 31, 2016 KOTOR 1 RESTORATION FORUMS: http://deadlystream.com/forum/forum/31-kotor1-restoration-k1r/ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ » DESCRIPTION ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ WARNING: IN ALMOST ALL CASES, IT IS RECOMMENDED TO INSTALL THE K1R RESTORATION BEFORE ANY OTHER MODS!!! THE ONLY EXCEPTION SO FAR IS KAINZORUS PRIME'S NPC OVERHAUL... The KotOR 1 Restoration Mod is an attempt to restore almost all the content that was cut from the game Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic by BioWare Corp. Of course, these restorations will be within reason and things that were cut because they did not fit with the plot, and cannot be made to fit with the plot, will most definitley NOT be restored. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ » INTEGRATED MODS ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ » RESTORED CONTENT ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ » BUG FIXES/CHANGE LOG FOR 1.2 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ »» Original game: »» K1R Bugs: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ » BUG FIXES/CHANGE LOG FOR 1.1 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ There weren't too many bugs in KotOR 1, thus there is such a short list. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ » INSTALLATION ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ An installation which involves the TSL Patcher has been made ready for your use and is the simplest and easiest way to carry out installation. Alternatively, a secondary installer has been made for convenience. It will not patch the files like the TSL Patcher will, but it should be less of a headache for most users. HOWEVER, IT WILL NEED TO BE INSTALLED BEFORE ANY OTHER MODS!!! Note: The K1R team is not responsible for any incompatibility issues that may arise from the use of this mod in conjunction with other mods. Also, in order to provide the best feedback for us we recommend that you play K1R with NO other mods installed. Note 2: If using the TSL Patcher AND your game is in English, before installing, copy the dialog.tlk file bundled with this package into the KotOR directory. This will give you the grammar and typo fixes to the vanilla text. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ »»»» TSL PATCHER INSTALLATION ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 1) Double click K1R_1.2_Installer.exe found in the main directory of the unpacked folder. 2) Click the button labeled Install Mod. 3) Click yes to the box that'll pop up... if you wish to proceed with installation. 4) Watch as all the little file names and progress reports scroll by and wait until the installer is complete. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ » BUG REPORTING ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ There are 2 ways to report bugs: 1: Post your issues in the Bug Reporting Thread. 2: PM your issues to Fair Strides at Deadlystream. TO REPORT THROUGH PM 1) Go to DeadlyStream (http://deadlystream.com/) and search for the user Fair Strides ( http://deadlystream.com/forum/user/9107-fair-strides/ ) 2) Send a private message with as much detail as possible of what is occurring in your game. He will likely report back to you within a week. TO REPORT THROUGH THE BUG THREAD: 1) Go to the Bug Thread ( http://deadlystream.com/forum/topic/4457-k1r-12-impressions-and-bug-reports-read-me-first/ ) 2) Reply quoting and answering all of the questions as they apply to your issue. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ » VOICE ACTOR ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Pazaak Tournament Mandalorians...Zhaboka Filters for Zaerdra's lines......Zhaboka Filters for sea floor lines......Zhaboka Thanks Zhaboka. You really brought life to the characters, and those parts would be pretty lame without you. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ » CONTRIBUTORS ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ A BIG thanks to all of you! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ » TEAM MEMBERS ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ - ZM90, Team Leader - Mandalore, Team Member - Jatku, Team Member - Fallen Guardian, Team Member - LDR, Team Member - Fair Strides, Team Member and main producer of the 1.1 update (and 1.2 update) - Malkior, Beta Tester - LiliArch, Beta Tester (though, putting them on a test is more like setting off a permacrete detonator in an apartment... ) - GrandmasterArcturus, 1.2 Beta-tester and LPer ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ » SPECIAL THANKS ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ To the tool creators of the community ~ Kotor Tool.....................A VERY special thanks to Fred Tetra ~ K-GFF GFF Editor/DLGEditor.....tk102 ~ Lipsynch Editor................JDNoa ~ DeNCS Script Decompiler........JDNoa ~ AniCAM.........................JDNoa ~ ERF Editor/TSLPatcher..........stoffe (and later Fair Strides) And a shoutout for SithRevan (RIP) for beginning the restoration crusade for KotOR 1. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ » REDISTRIBUTION ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The K1R 1.2 OFFICIAL may NOT be redistributed in any way without the explicit permission of the K1R team and the proper credit given. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ » LEGAL ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS MODIFICATION IS PROVIDED AS-IS AND IS NOT SUPPORTED BY BIOWARE CORP/OBSIDIAN ENTERTAINMENT OR LUCASARTS OR ANY LICENSERS/SPONSORS OF THE AFOREMENTIONED COMPANIES. USE OF THIS FILE IS AT YOUR OWN RISK AND THE AFOREMENTIONED COMPANIES OR THE AUTHORS ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGE CAUSED TO YOUR COMPUTER FOR THE USAGE OF THIS FILE. Click here to download this file
  15. Version 1.0.0

    266 downloads

    [K1] Temple Main Floor - Missing Lamps Fix Lights are always nice in a dark places. Though it'd be nicer to know where it came from... What Happened? Inside the Temple Main Floor, there are rooms with source of lights that comes from nowhere. I was terrified... thought at first they're missing the GIT reference for the placeables, appears they're not, as they're not placeables. With second thought, perhaps they're missing their render flag? Again, no lamp meshes with the room model as pointed by DarthParametric. Apparently, they are missing their lamps which caused by missing references for the objects. In essence, the lamp is not part of the room model nor a placeable, instead a reference model called by the room's. What Does This Mod Do? This mod adds the missing reference for the lamps to four of the rooms inside the Temple Main Floor module. Optionally, it can also readjust the facing point of two Rune Covered Pillars inside one of the room, which I think could improve the aesthetics and immersion that's missing from the original setup. Here's a before-and-after screenshots of what this mod mainly does - And the optional that readjust the pillars' facing point - What Can You Do? There's always room for improvements; reviews, critiques, comments, suggestions, questions and feedbacks are much appreciated. PM, write them on my feed or leave any on the mod's page as you please. And thank you! for downloading, and using this mod. What You Should Do? For best experience with the game itself, I suggest you to have KOTOR 1 Community Patch installed. Hope you enjoy the mod as much as I do! Installation: run the installer and choose INSTALL option, then hit the [Install Mod ->] button! Uninstallation: remove these files from the Override folder - m44aa_04a.mdl m44aa_04a.mdx m44aa_05a.mdl m44aa_05a.mdx m44aa_15a.mdl m44aa_15a.mdx m44aa_17a.mdl m44aa_17a.mdx Compatibility: will not be compatible with mods that edits and/or replace the relevant models, also mods that possibly changes the module layouts/LYT The mod can be installed anytime - anywhere as the game's progress, and will have direct effect instantly It is play-tested with the latest version of KotOR 1 Restoration/K1R and is compatible with it. At the other hand, it was only by far tested with K1:Community Patch/K1CP v1.7, though assets-wise, there's nothing to be conflicted with the 1.8 version Redistribution: you can redistribute this mod or re-release it on any websites, just don't claim it as your own. Though I'd love to provide direct support to my work, which wouldn't be possible if they're scattered in the Unknown Regions. Be advised then, most likely I will not provide ones if I don't know where it re-hosted. If you are to re-use an assets to a project you will be releasing, you don't have to ask for permission - but your generous intention is very much welcome. Inside this mod are resources which can be repurposed for your likings in one condition; please include the unmodified-original sources along with the release of the project. I'd love to know what others are up too, particularly if my work are included. Said and done, give credits to BioWare & LucasArts with the release - as without them this enjoyment would be non-existent. A bit of appreciation to this peasant here is also a very warm welcome, welcome. Credits: The Almighty Force which gave me chance to finish the mod BioWare & LucasArts for developing one of the best RPG I've ever played DarthParametric for helpful insights, troubleshooting, and information regarding the model name in the first place, also for past-present knowledge which allows me to create mods and all his outstanding creation that I am a fan of JCarter426 and Inyri Forge for all their awesome work that I look up to - I learned a lot from their mods and been practicing a lot using their method ROTNR for Creating Module Files in KotOR tutorial which opened the gate for me to packaging a custom MOD/module Fred Tetra for the amazing KotOR Tool bead-v for MDLedit and KOTORmax stoffe for the magnificent TSL Patcher and ERFEdit Fair Strides for improving TSL Patcher functionality and the very helpful KotOR Toolset tk102 for K-GFF Notepad++team for Notepad++ All the Tool Makers wasn't mentioned - can't make it without y'all! All the inspiring streamers on DeadlyStream All the inspiring modders either active or inactive DeadlyStream for being a home; a place to hangout, to discuss and hosting my work DeadlyStream staffs for tirelessly improving and maintaining the site Snigaroo/Sniggles for hosting #mod_development on /r/kotor -eb
  16. Version 1.0.0

    4,528 downloads

    This mod replaces K1's vanilla static swoop monitor with TSL ported swoop monitor with added animations on its screen. # Background # Lately I have been attempting few porting stuffs between TSL to K1 and then wondered "can PLC_xx be ported?" and the answer is here. # About this Mod # Inside this mod are: One TSL ported swoop monitor model: plc_swscreen MDL/MDX One TSL ported swoop monitor texture in TPC format: TSL_SwpMntr One custom made 11 frames-animated swoop screen in TPC format: AnmtdSwpScrn # Final Remarks # This attempt were much inspired by Sith Holocron's "Swoop Monitors Replacement Pack" as without the said mod, it wouldn't go anywhere than just a mere idea. I learned a lot from his texture and TXI's setup so- lots of credits pretty much addressed to SH and his work! Critiques, comments, suggestions, questions and any feedbacks for the next update are very much appreciated- just PM me or write a public message on my feed. And thank you! for downloading, and playing this mod. Hope you enjoy the mod as much as I do! Installation: Copy-Paste all the included files to the 'Override' folder. Overwrite when prompted. Uninstallation: Remove the said files from the 'Override' folder. Redistribution: You can redistribute this mod or re-release it on any website; 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 from this mod to a mod you will be developing, don't forget to give credits to BioWare, Obsidian Entertainment, and LucasArts as inside this mode are their base assets. Anyways, credit to me is always a welcome, welcome. Credits: Fred Tetra for the 'amazing' KotOR Tool Chuck Chargin Jr./ndix UR for MDLOps bead-v for MDLedit ndix UR for tga2tpc Elwood288 for without his porting discussion I'd have no idea of what I'm doing Sith Holocron for his awesome tons-of-frames' "Swoop Monitors Replacement Pack" which have been the guidance on setting-up the animation et all DeadlyStream for updating the porting policy DarthParametric, Dark Hope, VarsityPuppet, redrob41, Sithspecter, DeadMan, JCarter426, Kexikus and Salk for being inspirational BioWare, Obsidian Entertainment and LucasArts for K1 and TSL All streamers on DeadlyStream All modders either active or inactive DeadlyStream for a place to hangout and to discuss -eb
  17. View File KotOR Save Importer for TSL This is both a mod in itself, and a resource for modders to use. It allows data from KotOR 1 to be imported into TSL. It is extensible, so modders can very easily map variable values from KotOR 1 to KotOR 2 without any scripting required. There are several reasons why it might be useful to allow TSL to load data from a KotOR 1 save. The obvious example of where this would be useful is at the start of TSL when talking to Atton for the first time (where the player's choices determine what the game believes happened in the first game). It would be better if the game were aware of this without asking the player directly. Ideally, this would be TSL itself reading a KotOR 1 save, but for several reasons this is not feasible. Modders might also want to create new content which bridges between KotOR 1 and KotOR 2. For example, a mod which extends the KotOR/TSL storyline might benefit from knowing decisions that the player made in both games. Alongside the app (app.exe) is a folder called "requirements". This contains a yaml file "revan.yaml", which is an example of how you can dynamically tell the save importer which variables to import from KotOR 1, what variables to assign them to, and how to map the variables across. You can optionally install the file "101atton.dlg", which will change the initial conversation with Atton to no longer ask the player for information about KotOR 1 (because the game already knows this information, since you imported the data directly from your KotOR 1 save). IMPORTANT NOTES - You need to have a KotOR save which is far enough into the game that the ending has been determined. A save during the final battle of the game should be sufficient for this. If you don't have such a save, the variable "G_FinalChoice" can be manually set it in the GUI interface to the appropriate value (0 for LS ending, 1 for DS ending). - You can set/change variables within the tool using the GUI. - The mod was tested with TSLRCM; I make no guarantees about whether it would work without it. COMPATIBILITY This mod is compatible with TSLRCM. This mod changes the script "k_kreia_spawn", and (optionally) the DLG 101atton.dlg, and therefore should be compatible with any mod that does not change either of these scripts (except for TSLRCM, whose changes are incorporated into our files). Please ensure you install TSLRCM before installing this mod. INSTALLATION Please ensure you install TSLRCM before installing this mod. To use this tool, please follow these instructions: 1. Extract the compressed files, and run the executable "app.exe". 2. If you want to automatically import data from a KotOR 1 save, press the button "Load from KotOR 1 save". This will open a file selection box; navigate to the KotOR 1 save you wish to load from (it should be a folder). Select the folder and press "Select Folder". You can also manually edit/change the values in the GUI to your liking. Pressing "Create without KotOR 1 save" resets all values to their defaults. 3. Once you've imported and/or set the values to your liking, press "Write Script". The tool will then generate a file "k_kreia_spawn.ncs" in the folder alongside "app.exe". 4. Copy the file "k_kreia_spawn.ncs" into your TSL overrides folder. If you want to include the Atton dialog changes as well, copy the DLG file "101atton.dlg" into the TSL overrides folder too. UNINSTALLATION Delete the files "k_kreia_spawn.ncs", and "101atton.dlg" (if you installed it), from your overrides folder. INCLUSION IN OTHER MODS Anyone who wants to use this in their mod is free to do so, with appropriate attribution. CREDITS This mod is created by me (lachjames), Thor110, and VarsityPuppet. Thanks for VarsityPuppet for the idea for this tool, and our discussions on its implementation. Thanks also to Thor110 for his great advice and assistance with editing the DLG files (which I've never done before as I'm new to KOTOR modding). Thanks to the Xoreos team for allowing us to include xoreos-tools with this mod. We use the unerf and gff2xml tools from xoreos-tools to read data from KotOR 1 saves. Xoreos-tools is licensed under the terms of the GNU General Public License v3; more information can be found here. Thanks also to Fred Tetra for creating the KotOR version of nwnnsscomp.exe, which is also used in this tool for compilation. Submitter lachjames Submitted 06/03/2020 Category Mods TSLRCM Compatible Yes  
  18. Cerez

    Iriaz on Dantooine

    Version 1.0.0

    632 downloads

    This mod restores the Iriaz to the planes of Dantooine. Now they can roam the planes again, and be attacked by the vicious Kath Hounds. Released: 12 March 2015 Author: Cerez Description: This mod restores the Iriaz to the planes of Dantooine. They are peaceful native animals who were mentioned to be present in plenty on Dantooine in the original game's story, but were for some reason cut from the final version of the game when it was released. Now they can roam the planes again, and be attacked by the vicious Kath Hounds. Instructions: Place all the files in the Files folder into your game's Override folder. You will need to do this before stepping out to the planes of Dantooine for the first time. Otherwise, you will need to load a save game from when you still hadn't stepped out of the Jedi Academy/Enclave for the changes to take effect. License: You may freely use, develop, and release this mod in any way you like as long as you provide due credit for everyone's work involved. Naturally, I'm not taking any responsibilities for any misuse or damage that may arise from the use of this mod. There are no warranties or guarantees. Take it as is. Enjoy.
  19. So I wanted to replay Kotor with mods including Brotherhood of Shadow: Solomon’s Revenge and one of the things I wanted to be part of the game was the mod Fett Style Mandalorians. Unfortunately there seems to be a mistake when it comes to their heads. I first noticed this with Canderous having Shadow’s head (also whenever I try to change his outfit his appearance still doesn’t change): Also his blaster seems to have lost its texture for some reason: And it looks like other Mandalorians are affected too as one of them has my player character’s head: I tried uninstalling but when I try that all the Mandalorians from the game including Canderous disappear (not just invisible; gone completely). In the party screen, Canderous’ description changes to: “I am broken. I am very very broken” and when I try to add him the game crashes. I’m assuming other Mandalorian related things in the game would break as well. I’m assuming this is because of an incompatibility regarding Brotherhood of Shadow: Solomon’s Revenge, however the problem is I cannot uninstall it without breaking the game, and I don’t want Mandalorians with random heads in the game. How do I fix this? Please help! EDIT: More screenshots. Sherruk now has the (modded) Helena head and a white armor? I am so confused
  20. Can someone please make mods for clone wars or rebels characters I see alot of amazing mods all over the internet but I still haven't seen any kotor mods for characters like Ahsoka (Rebels or Clone wars era) Kanan Jarus, Obi-Wan, Ezra Bridger, Sabine Wren not even Mace Windu
  21. Copying the outline of Stoney's old list of content outlined in his "What's Restored In TSLRCM" thread on DeadlyStream: [R] - Restored [PR] - Partially Restored [RM] - Restored but Moved to another area [NR] - Not Restored [O] - Optimized (As-in, not really a restoration, but an alteration to make sense or keep with the game's text...) [iF] - Inconsistency Fix (As-in, not really a restoration, but a alteration to keep the game consistent with itself...) General [R] - Impossible Difficulty [R] - You can now ask Juhani why she is so hostile towards Canderous. [R] - Juhani will now speak of the evils of Korriban. [R] - You can now ask Juhani about the planets you are on. [R] - Juhani now properly shows up for the Post-Leviathan cutscene. [R] - Restored .BIK movies [NR] - Sleheyron (Basically like M4-78... Most of the content would be fan-made) [NR] - Tatooine Temple (Too much work to restore and no content to put there) [NR] - Carth's warning about the Katarn. (No Carth VOs) [NR] - Sand People Messiah (No HK VOs) Endar Spire [R/O] - Trask had an incomplete/broken soundset. Taris [R] - Carth's initial dialogue when you're tossing and turning in your bed. [R] - Bribing Sarna or Yun Genda if you're a girl or guy, respectively. You have to pay them to get to the party with them to acquire a suit of Sith Armor. [O] - Sith Guard at the Elevator checks that everyone in the party is wearing a set of Sith Armor [R] - A cut out PC response to Niklos. [R] - A serving droid in the Taris Upper City Cantina. [R] - You can now speak to the Duel Announcer outside of the arena. [R] - Lower City citizens and Hidden Beks wandering the streets, similar to the Vulkars already present. [R] - Able to access the Swoop Platform separately from The Race. [R] - Gadon takes both Sith Armors instead of just one. [R] - Glow Rod in Taris Sewers [R] - Cut Vulkar Base Sublevel - This is an in-between section for the Vulkar Base, where the first level could be called "A", this restored level "B", and the Vulkar Garage "C". [R] - Various Droid Items including the infamous Oil Slick. [NR] - Buying a Sith Base Passcard off of Yun Genda or Sarna - This would allow one to completely skip T3, who is considered integral to the plot/canon. [NR] - Able to buy T3 without Canderous's Permission - Again, for plot purposes, as this would also allow one to enter the base incredibly early... Dantooine [R] - Crattis Yukal offering/demanding to buy crystals you harvest from the Crystal Caves. [R] - Shuma the Hutt can now be talked to on Dantooine. [R] - An arguing master and apprentice can now be found on Dantooine (Garrum and Tar'leek). [R] - Items have been restored to the Jedi Enclave Footlockers. [R] - Carth commenting about the Kath Hounds before you enter the plains. [R] - Republic Security telling the PC to be careful of Kath Hounds on the plains. [R] - Iriaz now roam the plains and are the prey of the Kath Hounds. [R] - Bastila now comments on the crystals in the cave. [R] - Carth now comments on the droids in the Sandral Estate. [R] - Able to make an indecent proposal to Rahasia or Shen, depending on gender. [R] - Sharina Fizzark now appears on Dantooine depending on your choices. [iF] - References to Sleheyron have now been removed from the Star Map room as you cannot go to Sleheyron. [iF] - Juhani now starts out with her default outfit instead of Jedi robes. Tatooine [R] - Wandering bands of Jawas in the Dune Sea [R] - Bastila has extra dialog about her mother. [R] - A second guy helping guard the gates to the Dune Sea. [NR] - Cut Tatooine Temple - Not enough content [NR] - Fight with the Krayt Dragon - Lack of/weird animations. FS Note: I will at the very least look into the model and the difficulties with realistically animating it... [NR] - Sand People Messiah/Free Tatooine of Czerka - Not restored due to lack of HK-47 VO that would be needed. [iF] - You can no longer ask Niko where to buy swoop upgrades as you cannot upgrade your swoop. [iF] - The dialog of the droid merchant on Tatooine has been altered to make it clear he does not sell swoop upgrades. Kashyyyk [NR] - Carth's Warning before heading into the Shadowlands - No VO to support the line... [R] - Fighting alongside Jolee [R] - Alternate line for Jolee when asking him to bring down the force field. [R] - Rulan Prolik shape-shifting into your party members [R] - Rough-Cut Wookie Amulet added back into the game as a reward from the Wookie Hunter. [iF] - Jolee now starts out with his default outfit instead of Jedi robes. Manaan [R] - Duan\Viglo getting drunk - This allows you to get a Sith Base Passcard to enter the Sith Base through the front door... [R] - Deadeye Duncan now appears on Manaan. [R] - The Echani Mercenary. [R] - There is now a busy waitress in the same module as Duan/Viglo. [O] - A video-playback of the Republic's hidden camera on Sunry's meeting with Elassa. [R] - Taking certain party members with you under the Sea Floor. [R] - Pazaak Tournament on Manaan - Talk to the Swoop Organizer [iF] - The dialog of the junk merchant on Manaan has been altered to make it clear he does not sell swoop upgrades. Leviathan [R] - Major Hurka - An injured officer who might help you get to Admiral Karath... [R] - The Dead Body of Crattis Yurkal can now be found on the Leviathan. Korriban [R] - Lots of bartender dialogue [NR] - Party in Naga Sadow's Tomb [NR] - Bastila on Korriban [iF] - Yuthura and Uthar's clothing is now consistent throughout Korriban. Unknown World [R] - Rancor Grenades to help clear out the area [R] - Wraids and Wraid Handler in the Temple. [R] - Injured Sith Apprentice [R] - Cold Serum and "Cold atmosphere" in the Catacombs. Star Forge [R] - Restored Dark Side Female ending with Carth
  22. Can anyone (maybe the TSLRCM / M4-78 teams who already did this) help me with precise, simple, step-by step (Idiot's Guide style) instructions on how I could upload a KOTOR II Mod to the Steam Workshop? I have absolutely zero experience in the matter! I have looked all over the Internet and only found a tutorial for Mount and Blade, and an older universal tutorial which no longer works I believe, and someone mentioning that I have to click a button while KOTOR II is selected in my Game Library and that should do all, but I cannot find any such button in the Steam interface! I need a valid tutorial that still works in 2020 but cannot find any... I have Steam running on my PC, as well as both KOTOR games bought and in my Game Library. Many thanks in advance and have a great weekend! *My apologies if this is posted in the wrong section of the forum! I figured this is where it would belong.
  23. @Trex It would be awesome if someone would help me port Trex's brilliant The Jedi Masters mod to work with KOTOR 1 instead or TSL!* You can find out more about it and download it here: http://www.the-jedi-masters.com The reason for this is that I want to attempt to run The Jedi Masters with the Mobile (Android / IOS) version of KOTOR 1, so that would be pretty cool...almost like a new KOTOR game. I have already tried installing The Jedi Masters mod onto the PC version of KOTOR 1, the game launches, when I start a new game the custom loading screeen appears, but then the game crashes! If anyone could provide some help or find the time to port the mod for me (if it is easy to do and does not take too much time / effort), I would greatly appreciate it! UPDATE 1: Progress: 15% Results: Got the game to load a savegame from the first level of the mod without crashing. Managed to get the level to partially (just a very little part of it) load (HUD, doors, characters, text above characters / objects). Can warp to modules using the console, most levels only display a black screen. Loading screens seem to work fine. -------------------- I experimented with The Jedi Masters, I manually installed it (copied all files to neccesary folders) onto a copy of KOTOR 1 (obviously, on purpose), then I selected all the .mdl files in the Override folder, ran them through the K2 to K1 porting process with MDLEdit, batch renamed them then put the converted / ported files back to Override. I basically followed the porting procedure described in Thor110's K1 to K2 level porting tutorial, but in reverse (in MDLEdit open .mdl as K2 file -> convert to ASCII -> open the resulting ASCII file as K1 file -> convert back to Binary). The .mod files from the Modules folder should already be compatible I figured... Progress: now the game loads a save from The Jedi Masters instead of crashing the game. It also shows elements like the doors and characters, with their corresponding label / text above them! My character cannot move unfortunately. The game crashes when starting a new game, just like before porting the .mdl files. I am definately making some progress here! I wonder why the game won't load the other elements like textures though, as far as I know they should work without porting them, only the .mdl files require porting. UPDATE 2: Progress: 70% Results: Got the game to properly load a savegame from the mod. The level loads completly, all loading screens, maps, textures, characters, journal entries, map, dialogues and most interactions seem to work! I can also now move freely through the game. My character model is displayed without the head, i managed to get around that by changing my appearance to Dustil using Kotor Savegame Editor. -------------------- After the last attepmt when I ported all .mdl files to K1 format, now I also copied all the ported K2 modules and files (textures, models, characters, maps, etc.) that I made for my KOTOR II Mobile porting attempt. Progress: Now the game loads the entire level, not just the doors and characters. I can walk around the level and interact with NPC's, open doors and containers, have proper conversation, even the journal and map work! When starting a new game it starts a new KOTOR 1 game instead of crashing like it did before. I also copied the files over to an iPad running the Mobile version of KOTOR 1 (I installed / copied the files like a mod)! Some pictures (notice the KOTOR 1 Mobile HUD): *For my personal use only, no files will be published or uploaded without the original modder's (Trex) clear and explicit consent, as all work related to the mod belongs to him!
  24. View File Qui-Don Jorn's Sabers 4.0 KotOR Conversion Author: Qui-Don Jorn/Kainzorus Prime Mod Name: Qui-Don Jorn's Sabers 4.0 KotOR Conversion ************************* Under NO circumstances is this, or any of my other, mod(s) to be posted on ANY site other than by myself. ************************* 1. Info =========== This mod converts the 4.0 version of Qui-Don Jorn's default replacement hilts from TSL to KotOR. 2. Installation: ========= Copy all the files into the Override folder. Overwrite as necessary. 3. Compatibility: ========= Mod is incompatible with other default hilt replacements, obviously. 3. Credits: =========== Special thanks to: Holowan Laboratories - For all the great resources. 4. DISCLAIMER: =============== This Mod is not supported by LucasArts, Bioware or Obsidian. Please do not contact them for support of this mod. Copyright: Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, characters, items, etc. are trademarks and copyrights owned by their respective trademark and copyright holders. Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic: The Sith Lords, characters, items, etc. are trademarks and copyrights owned by their respective trademark and copyright holders. Bioware and the Odyssey Engine are trademarks of Bioware Corp. Obsidian are trademarks of Obsidian Entertainment. All trademarks and copyrights contained in this document are owned by their respective trademark and copyright holders. Submitter Kainzorus Prime Submitted 08/08/2014 Category Mods  
  25. Version 1.1

    7,775 downloads

    Author: Qui-Don Jorn/Kainzorus Prime Mod Name: Qui-Don Jorn's Sabers 4.0 KotOR Conversion ************************* Under NO circumstances is this, or any of my other, mod(s) to be posted on ANY site other than by myself. ************************* 1. Info =========== This mod converts the 4.0 version of Qui-Don Jorn's default replacement hilts from TSL to KotOR. 2. Installation: ========= Copy all the files into the Override folder. Overwrite as necessary. 3. Compatibility: ========= Mod is incompatible with other default hilt replacements, obviously. 3. Credits: =========== Special thanks to: Holowan Laboratories - For all the great resources. 4. DISCLAIMER: =============== This Mod is not supported by LucasArts, Bioware or Obsidian. Please do not contact them for support of this mod. Copyright: Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, characters, items, etc. are trademarks and copyrights owned by their respective trademark and copyright holders. Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic: The Sith Lords, characters, items, etc. are trademarks and copyrights owned by their respective trademark and copyright holders. Bioware and the Odyssey Engine are trademarks of Bioware Corp. Obsidian are trademarks of Obsidian Entertainment. All trademarks and copyrights contained in this document are owned by their respective trademark and copyright holders.