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  1. Basically inspired by @ebmar Three-Tiered Dark Jedi Robes @N-DReW25 "N-DReW's Dark Jedi Robes" and do correct me if anybody's already attempted this. My intentions are to use the brown, red, and blue Jedi robes as the texture basis for the Jedi, Knight, and Master robes respectively. From there you'd have the different color variations under each (brown, red, blue). Nothing fancy, just a bit of color shifting to imitate the original robes where possible. Obviously it's going to vary a bit based on the hues of the base texture--the brown Knight robe is leaning more towards the tan side at the moment--but for those who actually like the vanilla robes I think the opportunity is here to provide another immersive twist (that maybe the game should have had all along, but that's where modding comes in anyway). Let me know your thoughts! I'll update later in the week with my first trial run and see how it looks in practice.