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K2 Mod Trouble - Enclave Rebuilt not progressing.

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I am copying this from the post I made on the Kotor Subreddit:

So I am at the rebuilt Jedi enclave, there have been no game breaking bugs up to this point. The cutscenes start happen normally, the scene with Tobin and Kreia sitting down. But when I walk to the Masters, the cutscenes doesn't start, and I can't talk to any of the Masters.

I can talk to Kreia, but then it starts a cutscene where I kill the Masters and Kreia starts the DS dialogue. I haven't tested if this forces the dark side ending to trigger yet, but if it doesn't, I can ignore this bug.

The mods I have installed that I think might be interfering are Partyswap and Extended Enclave, but I have the patches for that. I heard that having Force Fashion II and Kreia's Extended Robe mod can cause issues, but they never caused any noticeable trouble in past playthroughs.

I use the GOG version of the game, I can't recall the version from memory.

From memory I have TSLRCM, high level force powers, SLM, force fashion, full force mod, tomb of azdath n'dul, recruit Atris, Korriban expanded, m4-78, Partyswap, extended enclave, Kreia assorted robes collection, force fashion II,

Those are the big ones, then there are the texture mods and a few tweaks on world's other than Dantooine.

What could be the issue, and is it possible to use Kotor Tool or a similar program to patch the problem myself? I don't want to reinstall the game, but I will if I have to...

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Hard to say where the issue lies, but if you installed HLFP with the Improved AI, I believe that is a known incompatible mod with TSLRCM.

Old school advice: one at a time, read the readme of each mod and follow the uninstall instructions for it. Then test your save. It may be that you can get lucky this way.

However, no edits to GFF files will be removed doing this, so if the problem lies there you will need to reinstall.

Always read the readme.

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6 hours ago, Qui-Gon Glenn said:

Hard to say where the issue lies, but if you installed HLFP with the Improved AI, I believe that is a known incompatible mod with TSLRCM.

The only known issue with using Improved AI with TSLRCM is on Nar Shaddaa, where you'll be prevented from choosing a third party member for Atton and Bao-Dur. However, JC's Zhug Attack Fix for TSLRCM should fix this problem.

To OP:

My guess is that your issue was most likely caused by mod conflicts between M4-78 and Extended Enclave. The download page and ReadMe file of Extended Enclave have pointed out that "If you DO have the M4-78 installed, after running the TSLRCM Standalone installer, run the M4-78 Compatibility patch and follow the instructions presented to you." Which means if you have both TSLRCM and M4-78 installed, you need to run Extended Enclave's installer twice to install Extended Enclave. Did you follow this instruction when you installed Extended Enclave?

Also, Force Fashion II is officially stated to be not compatible with TSLRCM, because it modifies dialogue files that are also modified by TSLRCM.

I've read your thread here and on the KotOR subreddit. Honestly, if you install many big mods without having a clear idea of what you're doing, it's inevitable you're going to run into major bugs. When that happens, the best solution is to reinstall the whole game and the mods from scratch. You cannot just recklessly install many mods you like and hope that those mods can sort out mod conflicts themselves. You need to be prepared to do a lot of work if you want to install many mods, especially the major ones that modify a lot of the game's content.

My advice: Before you install mods, always read the mods' ReadMe files, make sure you understand the mod authors' instructions, and take note of the author's notes about mod compatibility. If you want to use a lot of mods, I highly recommend you to make a list of ALL the mods you use, and keep track of order you install the mods. The order of installing the mods matters because you may be using mods that modify the same files, which would cause one mod to override the other. Also, If you encounter problems with any of the mods you installed and want to ask for a modder's help, keeping a full list of the mods you use would make it easier for modders to identify possible mod conflicts.

If you have questions about some of the mods you want to use are compatible with each other or not, it's better to ask first before installing. In the case of KotOR 2 and TSLRCM, I recommend you check out the official Mod Compatiblity list for TSLRCM.

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