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Torchfun: The Overhaul and suggested mods
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Description
Medium-Core is a simply mod designed to make death a real penalty but not heavy as hardcore does.

Each time you die you lose 100% Gold, 100% experience and 100% fame.
Losing 100% experience doesn't mean that you come back to level 1 each time you die. You will just lose the 100% amount of experience and fame needed to level up.

So for istance, if you are level 11 and you die, you will lose 29.000 experience. The final result will be -29.000/29.000 experience to reach level 12.

Choosing to resurrect in place, entrance or town doesn't change the penalty.

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Take a look at my overhaul mod: Torchfun Ultimate. Rescaled world, harder monsters, new mapworks maps, end-game content, new items, new recipes, community suggestions. Learn more at workshop page.
Torchfun Ultimate has been reviewed by Unkie Gaming channel on youtube, check the video here!

Or if you just like some of Torchfun Ultimate's features try to look at parts: Torchfun - Part 01, Torchfun - Part 02

My other mods:

FED - Fish's effects description
NCQ - No Class Requirements on items


Have fun!
5 Comments
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potterman28wxcv Oct 31, 2013 @ 1:59pm 
It would be even better if you had to go home, no choice :P I will use that, going home everytime I die. That way, with the Bandits Dungeon Master mod, the time I go home, the mob regenerates his life, and I just can't rush him. More difficulty, and going home i think it will forces me to think about some new strategy.
Black King Bar, Best King Bar Sep 15, 2013 @ 2:39am 
Awsome, after dying 4 times in a row on Hardcore I really am gratefull for this xD
iGrizzly Jul 21, 2013 @ 3:46pm 
So I put this mod all the way on the top and it seems to be working now...looks like I've been doing it the wrong way all this time by putting mods that need to be overwritten all the way at the top of the load list (so used to Skyrim modding lol). I guess top of the list is priority and bottom is lower priority/ overwritten mod?
iGrizzly Jul 21, 2013 @ 3:42pm 
This mod doesn't seem to be working. Even when put all the way at the bottom of the list.
Bolivarshagnasty Jun 3, 2013 @ 6:59pm 
Kinda reminds me of XP debt from the days of EQ.....I will have to give this a go on my playthrough