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  1. Version 1.0


    There were lots of discussions and disputes about whether Atris should or shouldn't play bigger role in TSL, care the mantle of Lord of Betrayal or not, and if her dark appearance was essential or completely out of place. In my point of view, the change of her look in the final confrontation would be very symbolic, accentuating her corruption and conscious act of betrayal. So I've threw together this simple mod for personal use, but decided to share it with those who would be interested in facing Atris as "Darth Traya". Enjoy To install: Copy "262tel.mod" from mod directory to Modules folder in the TSLRCM directory (for Steam version - in TSLRCM workshop folder) and confirm the replacement.. To uninstall: Replace modded file with "262tel.mod" from Backup folder found in mod's directory. Credits: - Credit for the base .mod file this mod was based upon goes to creators of TSLRCM. - Dark Atris' robes are present in the original TSL files, so in certain way It's a restoration, and credit for them goes to TSL developer team.
  2. LDR

    Terentateks in TSL

    Version 1.0.0


    *********************************** Knights of the Old Republic II *********************************** TITLE: Terentateks in TSL AUTHOR: LDR DATE: 6/17/18 FILENAME: terentatek_tsl FILESIZE: 2 MB -------------------------- INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS -------------------------- Simply put the all the files in the override folder into the Override folder in your KOTOR II directory. To uninstall, remove the files from the KOTOR II directory. ------------ Permissions ------------ As I intend for this to be used as a modder's resource, all material included can be used in your own mods without asking for permission beforehand. Just mention me in your readme. ------------ DESCRIPTION ------------ Of all the things Obsidian chose to keep in the KOTOR II game files, leaving out terentateks was just a travesty. This mod brings them back, with one on Korriban and one on Dxun. On Korriban, just make sure to loot the half-eaten corpse in the beginning of the shyrack cave module. ----- BUGS ----- None I hope. If you find any please post them in the comments. I will address them as soon as I can. ------- Credits ------- Fred Tetra for his very useful KotOR Tool. JCarter426 for compiling my scripts for me. The DeadlyStream staff and community. The staff for allowing porting between games, and the community for still making KOTOR relevant after 15+ years. I love and appreciate you all.
  3. jc2

    Train The Disciple

    Version 1.0.0


    Train the Disciple By jc2 Atton can be trained to use the force forms and lightsaber techniques that the PC learns on his/her journey, however, the Disciple cannot. At a loss for why this would not be, jc2 has undertaken an effort to rebalance this issue. Keeping in mind the sister mod, Train the Handmaiden, which set out in 2017, nearly 2 years prior to address the same issue for the Handmaiden, jc2 has come full circle. Therefore, it is the entire effort of this mod to allow the PC to train the Disciple in all 7 of the lightsaber forms, four force forms, and three force techniques. Lightsaber techniques: Ataru Form -Juyo Form - Shii Cho Form - Soresu Form - Makashi Form - Niman Form - Shien Form Force forms: Force Potency Form- Force Mastery Form -Force Focus Form - Force Affinity Force techniques: Breath Control - Beast Trick -- Force Sight The PC must have learned these techniques in order to train the Disciple on them. Incompatibilities: None so far. Compatible with Party Swap & any mod that edits disciple.dlg, because Train the Disciple does not edit disciple.dlg in any way. Files used: jc2_coms.uti, deadmerc_cont.utp (Dantooine corpses within Enclave next to Statue), jc2_disciple.dlg, spells.2da & globalcat.2da (correctly patched with tslpatcher). Installation: Run Tslpatcher See Readme for further details and information, before installing. Credits: Sith Holocron for VO splicing Deadlystream for hosting & Tyvokka for hosting deadlystream! ZYBL2 for quick explanation of lips files stoffe for the tslpatcher Jesus the Christ Feedback is always appreciated, regardless of its nature. I hope you enjoy!
  4. jc2

    Train The Handmaiden

    Version 2.0


    One of the great things about TSLRCM is that the Exile can teach the party all of the forms that they learn from the Jedi masters. You could teach Atton, Mira, Visas, Bao-Dur, and Disciple all the forms and techniques you learn… wait, shouldn’t Handmaiden be on the list? She ought to be in the first place when she becomes a Jedi! However, there wasn’t any scripting or VO available for the Handmaiden to be trained in the games files nor was there ever an alternate solution. Well, after some script writing and some VO splicing by jc2, you can now teach Handmaiden all the forms just like you could for your other companions! This mod can be installed easily at any time during your playthrough and will take effect when Handmaiden becomes a Jedi. Enjoy!- Mellowtron11 Installation: Run tslpatcher **NOTE** PartySwap by DarthTyren is compatible & Leilukin's Handmaiden Fem Romance & are any other mods that edit handmaiden.dlg Compatible with TSLRCM Incompatible with anything that edits "262bdcg.dlg" see readme for workaround if necessary. See readme for details on how to use. Any feedback, regardless of its nature, is appreciated!
  5. View File Train The Disciple Train the Disciple By jc2 Atton can be trained to use the force forms and lightsaber techniques that the PC learns on his/her journey, however, the Disciple cannot. At a loss for why this would not be, jc2 has undertaken an effort to rebalance this issue. Keeping in mind the sister mod, Train the Handmaiden, which set out in 2017, nearly 2 years prior to address the same issue for the Handmaiden, jc2 has come full circle. Therefore, it is the entire effort of this mod to allow the PC to train the Disciple in all 7 of the lightsaber forms, four force forms, and three force techniques. Lightsaber techniques: Ataru Form -Juyo Form - Shii Cho Form - Soresu Form - Makashi Form - Niman Form - Shien Form Force forms: Force Potency Form- Force Mastery Form -Force Focus Form - Force Affinity Force techniques: Breath Control - Beast Trick -- Force Sight The PC must have learned these techniques in order to train the Disciple on them. Incompatibilities: None so far. Compatible with Party Swap & any mod that edits disciple.dlg, because Train the Disciple does not edit disciple.dlg in any way. Files used: jc2_coms.uti, deadmerc_cont.utp (Dantooine corpses within Enclave next to Statue), jc2_disciple.dlg, spells.2da & globalcat.2da (correctly patched with tslpatcher). Installation: Run Tslpatcher See Readme for further details and information, before installing. Credits: Sith Holocron for VO splicing Deadlystream for hosting & Tyvokka for hosting deadlystream! ZYBL2 for quick explanation of lips files stoffe for the tslpatcher Jesus the Christ Feedback is always appreciated, regardless of its nature. I hope you enjoy! Submitter jc2 Submitted 08/31/2019 Category Mods TSLRCM Compatible Yes  
  6. Version 1.1.0


    This is a replacement for Computer Panel [PLC_comPanel] that be found throughout the game. # Background # Sith Holocron's request about his least favorite texture in KotOR2/TSL motivates me on working the particular texture. Not only that, SH take his role on doing the hard-task by animating the monitor; hence the amazing end-result. # About this Mod # [Updated in v1.1] Inside this mod are 2 version of animated Computer Panel [PLC_comPanel] in TPC format: Solid version Transparent version # Known Issues # [Updated in v1.1] With the transparent version, some meshes will become invisible behind the monitor only IF looking at the monitor using the first look camera. One instance is the moving ships seen through the windows of Citadel Station. I have tried with changing either the semantic used in the TXI or altered the alpha-blend value but still can't get the result as wanted. # Final Remarks # Thanks to Sith Holocron for his work on the animation- and in the end I have the honorably-pleasure to release it. 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: Make sure to remove any instance of PLC_comPanel's TGA/DDS and its TXI from the 'Override' folder first, and then you can copy-paste the PLC_comPanel.tpc from this pack into the 'Override' folder. Overwrite when prompted. Uninstallation: Remove the said file from the 'Override' folder. Redistribution: Feel free to include the texture in any mods you want to make. Just make sure to credit Sith Holocron, vecteezy, Obsidian Entertainment and LucasArts in your Readme. Credit to me would be nice too. Credits: Sith Holocron for the idea and his awesome monitor animation vecteezy for the Free HUD Vector Elements used in the monitor Fred Tetra for the 'amazing' KotOR Tool ndix UR for the tga2tpc Obsidian Entertainment and LucasArts for TSL All streamers on DeadlyStream All modders either active or inactive DeadlyStream for a place to hangout and to discuss -eb
  7. InSidious

    Dxun Holocron

    Version 1.0.0


    Introduction This mod adds a new holocron to the game, which can be found on a corpse on Dxun. In addition to giving the player bonuses to their maximum Force Points, which unlock at levels 12, 14, and 16, the mod also gives the player the opportunity to learn three new Lightsaber forms: Sokan (Form VIII), Shi'en (Form IX), and Niman/Jar'Kai (Form X), which can be activated as non-medical abilities. (The vanilla lightsaber forms are hard-coded in the game). This derives from an unreleased mod of mine made in 2005, in which I made these three Lightsaber Forms work as passive Force Powers. These Lightsaber Forms become available at levels 13, 15, and 17. Their stats are as follows: Sokan: Attack +3 Damage Bonus +1 Reflex Saves +3 Defence Bonus 2 Defence Bonus vs. Piercing -2 (net bonus: 0) Shi'en: Attack +3 Damage Bonus +3 Defence Bonus -2 Blaster Deflect -2 Reflex Saves -2 Niman/Jar'Kai: Attack +2 Offhand attack bonus +3 Defence Bonus 1 Fortitude Saves -1 Installation Double click 'Install Dxun Holocron', and hit the 'Install mod' button. Uninstallation Remove the following files from your Override folder: di_d_gk1.ncs di_g_lf8.ncs di_g_lf9.ncs di_g_lf10.ncs di_gk1.utc di_jh_01.dlg di_jh_01.ncs di_jh_01.uti di_jhc.utp di_k2s_lf8.ncs di_k2s_lf9.ncs di_k2s_lf10.ncs di_k2s_lf8.uti di_k2s_lf9.uti di_k2s_lf10.uti di_s_gk1.ncs di_s_jhc.ncs ii_datapad_063.tga ii_datapad_064.tga ii_datapad_065.tga ii_datapad_066.tga Copy the files 'spells.2da' and 'globalcat.2da' from the backup folder created by TSLPatcher on installation into your Override folder. If no such folder was created on install by the game, you can (probably) safely delete these two files as well. Known Bugs The new Lightsaber Forms won't appear in the same place as the vanilla forms do on the GUI, but in the non-medical items slot (with the shields, basically). There's not a lot I can do about this; the Lightsaber forms appear to be hard-coded. Credits Thanks are to deathdisco, whose original KotOR I lightsaber forms mod inspired this one; to Darth333, stoffe, jmac7142/Det. Bart Lasiter, glovemaster, and everyone else who taught me and continues to teach me to script; to Darkkender, for his "Recruit Darkkender" mod, which I used to work out how to make the lightsaber forms work; to Holowan Labs, which was by far the best place to work on KotOR mods on the internet; and to Obsidian, Bioware, and LucasArts, for making both KotOR games.
  8. I'm not extremely knowledgeable about this stuff and haven't seen anyone talk about it but I was hoping someone here knows something. The bump maps for the water textures are not showing up in vanilla TSL for Mac (from the App store). The texture is there and transparent but there is no "bumpyshinytexture" effect. I've attached a picture of this. The pictured texture is DAN_water03N, but it seems to be a problem with all water in the game. Also, I can override the texture file but I tried putting a new .txi with different effects or values to see if I could change anything like the transparency but it didn't seem to do anything. AFAIK this isn't just a problem with my computer; you can see it in this Youtube video at 20:26. It looks like he is using the Aspyr version, though I don't know if it is on Mac. I'm running macOS Mojave with Intel graphics. I know KOTOR is notoriously weird with these Intel cards but the water bump maps work fine in KOTOR 1 on the same computer so I'm hesitant to blame it on that. I was just wondering if anyone had insight into why this is happening? I doubt it would be a problem if there was an easy fix, but I'm just interested if anybody knows anything, or can confirm whether they've ever seen this with the Aspyr version on either Mac or Windows.
  9. Recently, I came back to Kotor after about a 10 year absence and wanted to try out some mods, since I'm well familiar with the original (the best rpgs tend to stay with you, I've found). The first mod that I tried installing was Kotor Restoration with the TSL patcher. According to all the tutorials out there, it's a matter of simply extracting and running the executable. Now whereas they just hit Install and then Yes, upon selecting Yes I get a "Warning: An unhandled error occurred!" message. After spending a day or two snooping around the net I have yet to find a solution to this issue that doesn't lead to a non-existent site (Lucas Forums), or a dead link. So, anyone have any ideas how to get this working and if there isn't a way, can I do this manually? I've been modding games for 7 years-ish, so I'm not gonna be shy about moving files around if I got no other choice. This is a Steam copy of Kotor running on a Win10 (64bit) OS. Thanks in advance.
  10. Version 1.1


    A program to generate a character at random to play with in Kotor 1 and Kotor 2
  11. Version 2.0


    This mod adds a new tomb to the Valley of the Dark Lords - the tomb of Azgath N'Dul. You will find it between the tombs of Ajunta Pall and Tulak Hord. A couple of robes will come out funny if you are using oldflash's Final Touch - The Chatos Robes, the Sith Lord Robes and the Robes of Azgath N'Dul. This is because of a model change that mod introduces. They won't crash your game, but they will look a bit odd. This mod adds: ten new robes, three new armours, four new weapons, two weapons I've released separately before, a new belt, a new pair of gloves and a new Force Power, not to mention many other items that can be created by the Force Transmutation Device. I've tried to keep the stats fairly balanced, but that's by my judgment. N.B.: Robes included in this mod may not be compatible with robe mods which you have installed. Please be sure to download kyrie's changes.ini fix before installing this mod (click here), and then the 2.2 patch.
  12. Version 1.1


    First of all: THIS IS TSLRCM/M4-78 COMPATIBLE (That's great news of course) Be sure to download every single file in the downloads! You don't want to miss out on all of the files! Hello there everyone! Guess what? I have another mod, third one this week. Now, then again these took a long time to do. Except since my internet was down for 4-5 days this week, I had a lot of time to work on this mod. What this mod does is replace the vanilla armors with new, HQ textures. This mod also (just like my K1 mod) replaces the stats to make you want to use the lighter armors. All of the armors and clothing replace the core games files. I adjusted the stats of every item (Except for clothing). I made it so that people would want to use the lighter armor, so be aware of the heavy armor. I'm really proud to say that I'm starting to work on more projects along with this one. The fact that I'm making these on a Mac make me want to keep making them, to "prove" to people that you can still mod on a Mac haha. The codes for all of the armors are the same as the vanilla codes, so look them up. I didn’t replace the games core game robes. I placed them randomly through the game. The codes for the robes (Although I'd prefer that you find them in their places inside of the game, are as follows: giveitem a_robe_50 (through) 60 Installation: Unzip all of the separate 7z files, and then place all of the files into the override. I really hope you guys enjoy this mod, be sure to make a review so that I can improve on anything!
  13. Version 2.0


    This mod replaces the Force Drain, Force Lightning, Death Field, cold ray, ion, and neural pacifier beam effects with new, higher-res ones.
  14. Version 1.0


    Sorceror Vestments 1.0 ------------------------------------------------------- by Kaidon Jorn July 2015 These new armors will replace the Zeison Sha/JalShey Armors with a reskinned N_DarkJediHiM and N_DarkJHiF model. There are 6 armors with 6 new icons, and the mod will also remove the max dexterity bonus associated with the ZS/JS armors. This was just something I wanted to do for a long time but never got around to. But after deleting the first batch I came up with these rather quickly. Run the .exe to install Removal- delete PMBM01 thru 06, PFBM01 thru 06, PMBMM.mdl/.mdx, PFBMM.mdl/.mdx, a_robe06, 07, 11, 16, 20, 26 uti's. Replace baseitems.2da found in backup folder to override. Permissions: You may not redistribute files contained herein and you may not use these files in your own mod without my consent. 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 THESE FILES.
  15. Version 1.0.0


    This mod aims to fix all* the stretching that occurs in widescreen (16:9) resolutions. There have already been other mods to fix the main HUD, but there are a lot of other elements in the game that are in need of correction, such as the pause menu, galaxy map, loading screens, etc. *For now, I recommend that you download "Widescreen UI Fix for Knights of the Old Republic 2: The Sith Lords" by Achilles to fix the HUD, and combine it with this mod to un-stretch everything else. I have included my own experimental version of a 16:9 HUD, but right now I think most people would prefer Achilles' version.
  16. Version V1.3


    This mod started by a request from SithHolocron to give Malachor better looking skies. Though when the skies where ready, the other textures looked really off. The contrast between the jagged cliffs and the sky was just to big in my opinion. So the mod evolved into a full reskin of the exterior areas of Malachor. All the rocks, debris, cliffs and floor got a new texture. Only a few things haven't been changed; the broken and crashed spaceship parts and those broken eggs from the storm beasts remain the same. A nice little preview:
  17. Version 1.1


    This is an HD reskin of our favorite smuggler, Atton! The texture for his body is now 2048x2048, and utilizes hand-drawn edges and photographed textures. I consistently checked my work against a 3D model to ensure there were no texture seams. I even added an environment map to allow Atton's buckles/buttons to shine. I made sure to remain as faithful to the original texture as possible while adding a few details of my own. INSTALLATION Drop the .tga and .txi files into the Override directory of you SWKotOR2 installation folder. THANX Thanks to at ( and Mod made by tjsase using Adobe Photoshop CS2 and Autodesk Maya 2016 Student Version
  18. Version 1.03


    These textures attempt a more realistic style while also adding effects that I don't see altered very often such as Poison. There are several iterations of major textures such as fire and lightning. Lightning has been given multiple colors for those who that matters to. Several of the new textures are large, though nothing over 2k. I may release an alternate version with lower image sizes for lower end PCs and Laptops. Currently none of these textures are animated, but that could change in the future. --------------------------------------- Screens have been added for most textures. Personal preference: Don't use my default fire. The alternate textures are eons better.
  19. jc2

    Mentor Band

    Version 2.00


    JC2 PRESENTS: MENTOR BAND ========================================================================================================== ========================================================================================================== Allows the PC to benefit from Kreia's bonus XP feat known as the "Mentor" feat, without having Kreia in your party. :BONUS XP WITHOUT KREIA: Gives an armband that when activated permanently gives that Party Member the Mentor Feat Install options for Android users TSLPATCHER included Alternately, gives an armband that temporarily gives the user the Mentor Feat. Cheats codes are provided if you want to grab the droid equivalent of the armband. ========================================================================================================== ========================================================================================================== Incompatibilities: None. Compatible with: Skip Peragus, and TSLRCM As always, feedback is appreciated! Anything from I wish it had (blank) to I didn't like (blank) to any kind of positive feedback. CREDITS: Grandy12 came up with the idea and tested out/shared important information. JC2 /r kotor community
  20. Version 1.1


    A Mod for Star Wars Knights of The Old Republic II The Sith Lords Author: N-DReW25 Release Date: 19.03.2017 Release Date 1.1: 7.09.2017 Installation: Double Click the TSLPatcher.exe and let it do its magic Uninstallation: Remove or Delete all the files with the "e_imp1_01.uti" all the way to "e_imp4_10.uti" (There are at least 30 of those so they aren't listed here) When the TSLPatcher installs the mod correctly it generates a backups folder within the Implant Feat Restoration folder that contains the TSLPatcher. Open the backups folder and copy the "baseitems.2da" and "feat.2da" to the override folder overriding the Implant Feat Restoration files If you have any problems be sure to contact me for support Description: Kotor 2 is known for a ton of cut content. The TSLRCM restores most of that content but there were some they left behind due to it being not restorable or not necessary. However if you have sharp eyes you might notice the Implant Feat is unavailable. This is likely intentional by Obsidian as the Implants in game require a certain level of constitution in order to use them. This is all well and good until you realize you will have to abandon other stats completely for constitution in order to get good implants. This mod changes it so that you now require a certain implant feat to wear certain implants. There are three tiers of implants so 3 to 5 level ups should be enough to get max implants whereas before you'd need at least 6 to 11 to get max implants Currently, only Hanhar and Mira have the feats. If you want your main character to have the feats you must give it to them on the level up screen (Since you cannot play as a scout you cannot get implants for free) Also, ALL implants will require this new feat instead of the constitution. This means there is a low chance of an NPC having no implant since it doesn't have the new feat and cannot use it's implant. This is mostly a good thing as it will make the enemy slightly easier Known Bugs: this mod shouldn't have bugs but if there is Just PM me on Deadlystream. Incompatibilities: The TSLPatcher will make it compatible with nearly any mod...but if you do find an incompatible mod please alert me so I can put it in the readme Incompatible with Sireyn's Kotor 2 Implant Rebalance Permissions: Do NOT claim credit for this mod and do not use it in your own mods without my permission Thanks: Bioware for such an amazing game, Stoffee for TSLPatcher, Fred Tetra for Kotor Tool, Fair Strides for helping me get the Feat to appear on the character creation screen and everyone who downloads the mod. Legal: THIS MODIFICATION IS NOT SUPPORTED BY BIOWARE/OBSIDIAN ENTERTAINMENT, LUCASARTS, DISNEY OR ANY LICENSERS/SPONSORS OF THE MENTIONED COMPANIES. USE OF THIS FILE IS AT YOUR OWN RISK AND THE ABOVE MENTIONED COMPANIES OR THE AUTHOR IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGE CAUSED TO YOUR COMPUTER FOR THE USAGE OF THIS FILE.
  21. Version WIP Alpha 1-1


    FYI: To discuss this mod and to post bug reports, please use this forum WIP thread, thanks. This is a teaser release of what will be a much larger mod to replace all the textures of Knights of the Old Republic: The Sith Lords. This initial release focuses on Telos as a WIP teaser. You will either have to start from the start again and work your way up to Telos to see all the textures changed, or, use an old save game to replay the areas once more. You have a number of folders here to install, some are optional. FOLDER "TELOS_TEX" These are all the current environment textures that have been made available for Telos: Telos Citadel Station, Restoration Zone and Secret Base. FYI: some are not only for Telos in that some of the textures are from other sets, such as Dantooine. To install the files just copy into your override folder. FYI: you may wish to backup your override folder first . FOLDER "HK_TEX" These are the HK series -- 47, 50 and 51 -- of droid textures. FYI: there are background droids in the HK facility on Telos that I have not updated the look of yet. Again, copy to your override folder. FOLDER "Items_UTI" These have been removed for the a1-1 update due to a report problem with them; the below text is there if the earlier version of the mod is being used: USAGE Pretty simple, my texture and model edits along with new creations, are mine to redistribute and modify. If you want to use any of my stuff, you need to get my permission to do so, even if it is a modification of an existing texture or model from the game or of someone else's -- in that case, you will need to get their permission too. If I find that my work has been used without my permission within another mod, depending upon what it is and the extent of it, I will have the site admins remove it along with pursuing other actions available to me via the site.
  22. So, I decided to re-play Knights of the Old Republic: The Sith Lords the other day and realized that I could now play the game with the grass enabled -- before I would get the common problem I think has to do with ATI (AMD) graphics cards and the game being OpenGL; FYI: I think the latest ATI drivers have finally gotten around to fixing this. I thought, cool, I can now play all those outdoor areas (like Telos) with grass enabled as without it they kind of sucked. Then I realised that they still kind of sucked because the grass textures are so crap -- well, the game is rather old to be fair. So, I re-textured them to something better. Then I had to re-texture the ground texture to match, which also meant re-texturing all the ground textures along with the cliff area walls as well. I was happy and played on, that is until I got to the old underground military base and I thought, I think I can do better with some effort. So, I redid those as well. Then I went back and started work on Telos station as well, as some of the textures are shared between the two -- actually, a lot of the textures are used all over the place which makes it a bit tricky. I still have much yet to do in order to complete the Telos set: I need to redo much of the signage along with recreate the animated textures. Work more on the skyboxes. Still need to do the Telos Polar area. The outside areas of the station you see through the windows I still have yet to do. Various textures aren't part of the Telos set but appear to be from elsewhere -- like the trees and grass on the station which I think are from Dantooine. So in order for them to be completed for Telos it means doing part of the outdoors for Dantooine. I think I can still improve the trees some via textures Anyway, I thought once I was done with Telos -- as much as you can be without editing models and such -- that I would upload it as a teaser of a much larger project to retexture (remaster really) all the environment textures for the game followed by everything else. As in props, droids, creatures, character faces, weapons, armor and robes, equip objects, effects, and anything else I've forgotten. It's a lot of work but the upside is that I am not recreating all the textures from scratch. 90% are reworked textures that have been enlarged and then a special-sauce in way of a combo of filters and layers utilised in order to enhance them. It's only around 10% of the textures that end up having to be tweaked in some way -- like floor tiles -- or made from scratch -- some of the signage will definitely be. So, it shouldn't end up taking me years of my time to complete. Anyhow, here are some teaser screens...
  23. Version 1.3.1


    This mod intends to address key issues with male Twi'lek heads in KOTOR II, most notably the addition of ear geometry. Both the ear meshes and textures included in this mod are modified ports from SWTOR, meant to improve ear shape & texture quality. Additional improvements include better smoothing groups, non-clipping teeth, non-clipping eyelids, & recolored tongues. There are two options for installation. Option A models feature "slim" necks, while Option B models retain unaltered "blubber" necks. I highly reccomend the first option as it fixes clipping with medium & heavy armor collars, but feel free to choose the second if you prefer that look. There are no other differences between the two. Given the frequency of Twi'lek NPCs, this mod is a nice visual improvement & the addition of ear meshes adds consistency with other head models in the game. There's also a KOTOR I version available here. Installation & Uninstallation To install this mod, drag the files from either the Option A folder or Option B folder to the Override folder located in your game's directory. Then, drag files from the Textures folder to the Override folder as well. You may want to back up any pre-existing duplicates beforehand. To uninstall this mod, delete the files from your game's Override folder. There's a list of files included in readme.txt for reference. Compatibility & Known Issues This mod will not be compatible with any retextures for Twi'lek male heads. There are no known issues as of this current version. Credits Fred Tetra, Kotor Tool bead-v, KOTORmax & MDLedit ndix UR, tga2tpc Autodesk, 3ds Max The GIMP Team, GIMP Darth Parametric, Upper teeth no-clip fix (K1) Thanks to Darth Parametric, ebmar, & JCarter426 for assisting in identifying issues & troubleshooting during the making of this mod. Major thanks to the KOTOR community for the passion & dedication that keeps these games alive. Disclaimer This mod is not supported by LucasArts, BioWare, or Obsidian Entertainment. It is for personal usage only & intends no copyright infringement. 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.
  24. aazlm

    Pazaak Wizard

    Version 1.0


    Hi everyone, I'm introducing myself into the modding commiunity by sharing a very simple mod I made. ############################ # DESCRIPTION ############################ The "Pazaak Wizard" mod replaces all pazaak card deck of other players by -1. This mod has been made for KotOR 2 : TSL. ############################ # REQUIREMENTS ############################ - Kotor2 installed (Retail/Gog/Steam version) ############################ # COMPATIBILITY ############################ - Successfully tested with TSLRCM. ############################ # HOW TO INSTALL ############################ Copy the content of the override folder in the override/ folder of Kotor2. Feel free to leave a comment/question/request bellow. Cheers, aazlm THIS MODIFICATION IS NOT MADE, DISTRIBUTED, OR SUPPORTED BY BIOWARE, OBSIDIAN, OR LUCASARTS ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY LLC. ELEMENTS TM & © LUCASARTS ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY LLC AND/OR ITS LICENSORS.
  25. Xuul's Ultimate Kotor 2 guide Step by step guide to installing, modding and fixing Kotor 2 for the PC Topics covered in this guide Introduction Installing the Game Installing TSLRCM/M4-78 Widescreen resolutions HD/ Widescreen Cutscenes (movies) Installing other mods Recommended mods Troubleshooting Introduction With the advent of the new patch for the STEAM version much of this guide is out of date and not needed in regards to STEAM VERSION Hi there, welcome to my ultimate guide to Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic 2. This guide is intended to be the ultimate tutorial on everything from getting the base game running, to installing mods and changing to a custom resolution. Throughout the guide there will be links to various video tutorials that cover each of the steps in much greater detail. Before we begin I will introduce myself. I’m Xuul, I make Youtube videos about gaming, modding and tech. For over a year now I have been making video tutorials and spotlights to help people get into the Kotor modding community; so if you think this guide was helpful please consider checking out my Youtube Channel With that out of the way it is time to begin setting up Kotor. Installation The first thing you need to do is install Kotor 2. If you have already installed it and attempted to mod/change the files in any way I would recommend that you do a fresh install. (Uninstall the game, delete all files, and then reinstall). This will help prevent any problems that may arise from residual files. After that you need to determine two things: What version of Kotor 2 do you have? There are several different versions of Kotor 2 and each has its own problems and advantages. As of writing this guide the most common versions of the game are the 4 Disk Retail Version (Retail), Steam Version, & GoG Version The main differences in these files are that the Steam Version has an encrypted executable making the widescreen hacks not work correctly, while the retail version requires downloading and installing of several patches before it works. What version of windows do you have? This really comes down to two things (or really 3) What version of windows are you using and if the OS is 32 bit or 64 bit While the installation of the game itself should be simple it is important to test the game by launching it, creating a new character and entering the world once before continuing. This will help isolate if and crashing / errors that occur later are a result of a mod or from the game itself. TSLRCM & M4-78EP I do NOT recommend playing Kotor 2 without using TSLRCM. The game is an unfinished mess without the mod so do yourself a favor and install it. Just remember that some mods will not work with TSLRCM (see the Compatibility List for more info) M4-78EP (Droid Planet Mod) is optional although I would recommend you give it a try at least once. The mod is not without its flaws and some people prefer to play the game without it. You can take a look at my video review below if you are having trouble deciding. Due to the fact that TSLRCM and M4-78 have several custom movie files I recommend installing them before using any widescreen fixes. Download TSLRCM >>Link Run the .exe file Select the folder where Kotor 2 is installed and click next, then follow the prompts Launch Kotor 2 to confirm if the mod is working Download M4-78 EP >>Link Select the folder where Kotor 2 is installed and click next then follow the prompts If you are having installation issues check out the following videos. Each is very detailed and tailored to specific setups: Retail/GoG version: Steam version: Widescreen Resolution By default Kotor 2 will only run at a 4:3 resolution. Even if the game appears to fill your entire screen it is highly likely that is it merely stretching to fit your monitor. With the advent of the new Flawless Widescreen plugin that is available for Kotor 2, getting to game to run in widescreen is easier than ever. This method works perfectly with all version of the game and even fixes the dreaded "text cutoff" bug that was present in the old version of the fix for users with common laptop display sizes. For a video covering this new method click HERE This fix WILL WORK for surround gaming setups You will require Flawless Widescreen both and the UI Fixes. Download Flawless Widescreen Install the Version of the program that matches your OS. If you have problems with this try the other version. In the plugins tab on the left hand side find and select the Kotor 2 plugin. Ensure that all relevant fields (ie Fix Enabled) are checked. Navigate to your Kotor 2 installation folder and open the swkotor2.ini Open the ini using either Notepad or a similar program We are looking to manually set the res Find the entries under [Display options] Find the width and height and set them to your resolution of choice (Ex: 1920 & 1080) Go to the area called [Graphics options] in the .ini file and again change the width and height (This is often listed in the opposite order than the previous entry so be careful matching the width and the height correctly to both fields) Under [Graphics options] find the line "Fullscreen=1" and SET IT TO Fullscreen=0 Under [Graphics options] add the line AllowWindowedMode=1 to the bottom of the list. Set V-Sync=1 Extract the Hud Fix that matches your resolution to the override folder of the game Launch Flawless Widescreen if it is not open Launch the game and enjoy widescreen NOTE: Flawless Widescreen MUST be running before you launch the game or the fix will not work. If you are an advanced user who only needs a quick refresher click HERE The old version of this fix can be found here in case the above method causes any problems Widescreen Movies One problem with changing the game to run at widescreen is that it will cause all of the prerendered movies to play at a very small resolution. This not only looks bad but can actually result in crashes and errors that may cause cutscenes to not work. This method is based off of THIS post over on the lucasforums. All credit goes to the author of said post In order to fix this we are going to use a HeX editor and video conversion tools to both resize and upscale the movies to fit your screen. You may also need this Hexadecimal converter There are several different steps that need to be taken depending on what version of the game you own: Steam- Due to the encryption of the Kotor 2 .exe in the steam version you will be unable to edit the Hex values. An alternative method is outlined in the video >>Here Retail- This a complicated process. I would Highly recommend following this video guide as it is much more detailed and will walk you through the steps in detail. Make sure you download the HQ Movies Patch so you have the higher quality movies Ensure TSLRCM and M4-78 EP are installed Download the HQ movie patches found >>Here Install all of the HQ movies into the \Movies folder. This will overwrite many of your movie files with higher quality ones Use the video conversion tools to convert all of the .bik movies into the desired resolution. Convert all of the movies. There will be ~70 with TSLRCM and M4-78 EP installed. Select all the movies then click "Bink it!" in the lower left corner of the RAD Video Tools window. Then under "Browse" select an empty folder to output into the desktop Under "Input video settings," enter your desired resolutions. Ensure compress audio is selected (unchecking this *may* result in no audio on some configurations) Wait for the movies to convert. Install the HeX Editor Open the swkotor2.exe with the editor Find the following hex values and edit them to match your desired resolution (use crtl + F to find the values) Follow the steps below Ensure the .ini file is correctly set to your desired resolution The following Hex Strings need to be edited: 80 02 00 00 75 15 81 3D E8 C1 80 00 E0 01 & 80 02 00 00 C7 44 24 10 E0 01 The bold HeX values correspond with the width and height respectively. The pairs need to be flipped before they are converted into decimal. Use this Hexadecimal converter to find the values you need. For example in order to convert the movies into 1920x1080 I would change the following values: 80 02 00 00 75 15 81 3D E8 C1 80 00 E0 01 >>> 80 07 00 00 75 15 81 3D E8 C1 80 00 38 04 80 02 00 00 C7 44 24 10 E0 01 >>> 80 07 00 00 C7 44 24 10 38 04 Open the Hex calculator and type 1920 (Or any width) in the Decimal field Write down the Hexadecimal value as a pair adding 0 to the start as necessary (Ex. 780 >> 0780 >> 07 80) Flip the pair (Ex. 07 80 >> 80 70) Replace the blue value listed above (The width values) with the new width value (Ex. 80 02 >> 80 07) Open the Hex calculator and type 1080 (Or any height) in the Decimal field Write down the Hexadecimal value as a pair adding 0 to the start as necessary (Ex. 438 >> 0438 >> 04 38) Flip the pair (Ex. 04 38 >> 38 04) Replace the red value listed above (The height values) with the new width value (Ex. E0 01 >> 38 04) Installing other mods If you have followed the guide so far you have reached a point where you have a stable “base game”. At this point you can go ahead and play the game with no problems. Before you begin please read the Compatibility List to ensure that you do not have any conflicts. If you are like me, you probably want to check out many of the other awesome mods for kotor 2. These mods install differently than the others we have looked at thus far. While it is best to always read the description and follow the authors instructions there is really three main ways to install mods for kotor 2 that I will quickly outline now. The headers link to videos on the topics that are under 2 min long. If you are curious it will only take 90 seconds to see how it is done. Override mods These mods will come in a .zip or .rar archive. Use a tool like WinRar or 7Zip to extract the files into a folder. Drag the contents of the folder (NOT the folder itself) into the "Override" folder located in your Kotor 2 directory XNView override This method is identical to an override installation; it is often used for texture mods that have flipped textures. If you installed a mod via override and the textures look weird: Use XNVeiw. Extract the mod onto your desktop using 7Zip. Open the folder using XnView and select all of the files. Click batch process. Set the output directory to your override folder and set the filetype to TGA. Set the overwrite to replace. Then press go. After that the textures should work properly. TSL Patcher Unlike what the name suggests the TSL patcher is a tool for installing mods for Kotor and Kotor 2. It is preferable to use the patcher instead of copying a mod's files to the Override, since the Patcher can merge most files. Simply click the TSLpatcher.exe and set the directory to your Kotor 2 directory. It is still important to read all the directions put forth by mod authors but these instructions should help you if you run into trouble. Before installing any mods make sure you read the description and ensure that there are no incompatibilities and/or conflicts.