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Fitzwilliam
02-12-2007, 11:25 PM
I saw a mod recently by Kristy Kistic that modified the Revan model to be more feminine for the cut scenes. Are there any available mods that allow the player to wear more female Revan Robes? Or Can Kristy's mod be made to work that way?

The readme mentioned that the mod did not include the appearance.2da file necessary to wear this robe and another uti file for lightside players. This leads me to believe if you know what you are doing (which I do not) that the player might be able to wear them.

Darkkender
02-13-2007, 01:00 AM
KK mod simply makes the robes look more feminine. All you would have to do is make entries in the appearance.2da in the modelJ column only to point to this new female model for the female characters. You would simply leave the male entries alone and leave the texture entries alone. Then place your modified 2da file and model files in override no uti's needed.

The default revan's robes uses one model and texture by default and KK's female revan's robes uses the same texture as the default model.

Fitzwilliam
02-13-2007, 09:00 AM
Thank you, Darkkender.

I played around in Kotor Tool to try and modify the appearance.2da; but I have no idea what I am doing: are there instructions somewhere around? I seriously doubt I am the first to try this :)

Darkkender
02-13-2007, 12:16 PM
Alright when you are viewing the appearance.2da file you will see that it is a spreadsheet format. Locate the column at the top titled "modelj". As you scroll down you will find all of the entries are like ly to be "PMBJ". Now locate all of your rows for female player characters these will be listed as "P_FEM_L_C_##", "P_FEM_M_A_##", "P_FEM_S_B_##". There are plenty more ways they are listed however they will all start with "P_FEM". Now go to the "modelJ" entries for these rows and change it to "PFBJ". Now simply make certain the model files for the female revan mod are also named "PFBJ.mdl" & "PFBJ.mdx" for the respective model files save your new appearance.2da file and the model files in your override folder.

Hope this helps.

Fitzwilliam
02-13-2007, 05:05 PM
Thank you so much for your help!

I will give it a go.