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Old 01-01-2007, 01:27 PM   #15041
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Hey kiddo what Mod is that?
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Old 01-01-2007, 01:54 PM   #15042
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Old 01-01-2007, 02:22 PM   #15043
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A Shemale?

Noo! You pronounce it "Ché-MAH-Lee"!


Anyway, the module is Worlds Apart Chapter 1 - God has a Problem

But I suspect you are wondering where I got that lovely character model.

Guardinal by Ryuujin (who also made an awesome Half-Gold Dragon). It's a kitty girl!

Ryuujin made that model in preparation for Neverwinter Nights 2, I think, where it will even more awesome (this is the toned down version).

You will need to use LETO to apply the tail and appearance, though. You can download it on the vault, too. Ask if you have any questions regarding this.

The model is quite appropriate for that module ("Worlds Apart", I mean), as the city you end up living in is far from normal. For example, there is a Troll mafia (though they are actually quite nice guys).

Oh, and I made the avatar myself, from Ryuujin's artwork.

Oh, and Tibsie? That was the model I wanted to use for the online game, but ended up not using because apparently I can't use it in multiplayer (I think I'll try using it after all. I'll send you the files again).

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Old 01-01-2007, 02:41 PM   #15044
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You mean the Chemale one, right? Not the nude one?
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Old 01-01-2007, 02:59 PM   #15045
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You mean the Chemale one, right? Not the nude one?
Yes, the Guardinal (click for a defintion of Guardinal) one.



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The other one would have made for more interesting group discussions .

The Chemale model is impressive, though (in comparison to other NWN models).
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Old 01-01-2007, 05:34 PM   #15047
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The other one would have made for more interesting group discussions .

The Chemale model is impressive, though (in comparison to other NWN models).
I'll try the Chemale model or the Half-Silverdragon (not by Ryuujin, but based on the Half-Golddragon by him...her. Not sure, actually.) the next time, then.

Oh, and here is one of my favourite screenshots from "Worlds Apart":








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A neutral chicken named Fluffy? I take it that that's an NPC.
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Old 01-01-2007, 06:07 PM   #15049
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A neutral chicken named Fluffy? I take it that that's an NPC.
No, Fluffy is not an NPC. She is a moonstone chicken.




But Janet is an NPC. She's the one that 'adopted' Chemale after she was found in the earlier screenshot I posted.





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And supposing you were to slap this volatile poultry too many times?
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Or the Hen-pecking from Hell
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You can actually try in the module, though I didn't.

My guess?

KABOOM!



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Noo! You pronounce it "Ché-MAH-Lee"!


Anyway, the module is Worlds Apart Chapter 1 - God has a Problem

But I suspect you are wondering where I got that lovely character model.

Guardinal by Ryuujin (who also made an awesome Half-Gold Dragon). It's a kitty girl!

Ryuujin made that model in preparation for Neverwinter Nights 2, I think, where it will even more awesome (this is the toned down version).

You will need to use LETO to apply the tail and appearance, though. You can download it on the vault, too. Ask if you have any questions regarding this.

The model is quite appropriate for that module ("Worlds Apart", I mean), as the city you end up living in is far from normal. For example, there is a Troll mafia (though they are actually quite nice guys).

Oh, and I made the avatar myself, from Ryuujin's artwork.

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I was very interested in your charector due to the fact it's colored like a Snow Leapord. An you know I love snow leapords
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Old 01-02-2007, 04:56 AM   #15055
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I was very interested in your charector due to the fact it's colored like a Snow Leapord. An you know I love snow leapords
Yes, I remember Punchin's brother.

Well, you can go ahead and use the model if you want. It might be female, but I think it's not all that obvious, actually.

What you should know though is that you are stuck with that set of clothing for that character. It's like the models of NPCs like Aribeth, you know. You can of course still put on armor, but it won't change the appearance of your character.

You might have to edit the appearance.2da file, by copying the relevant lines into the one you already have, if you are using other modules that come with an edited appearance.2da file. But the editing does not take long, and can be done in notepad.

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Well, that it. We've finally exhausted every possible conversation option. We've hit a dead end.
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So no we turn around and head back the way we came?
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So no we turn around and head back the way we came?
No, of course not. We of course use the conveniently located fast exit placed there by the game's developers to avoid annoying backtracking for the players.

We all know that every game character is doomed to never walk along the same path twice within a short frame of time.

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So then you've decided to leave the thread?
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