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How to find & play modules on Neverwinter Vault
There are thousands of fan-made adventures on Neverwinter Vault.
Here's how to choose & play the best.
Also covers required items from the Vault, such as CEP or Project Q.
When you've chosen a module, installation is easy.
These instructions are for all Enhanced Edition owners, including those playing on Steam.
First, ensure that you can see file name extensions. For example, in Windows 10, open File Explorer and check File Name Extensions on the View tab.
Here's an example[neverwintervault.org] of a Vault module (best opened in a new tab so that you can refer to it).
Scroll down to the Files section. Right click on the attachment link and download.
Now scroll down to the Required Projects (if any). These are just like Required Items in Steam Workshop. If you haven't downloaded them before, follow the links and download their attachments in the same way.
To make the download faster, most of the files will be compressed containers, such as .zip, .7z, .rar or .exe. The next step is to extract the contents. 7-Zip[www.7-zip.org] is a handy free utility that works with all of those formats.
What follows is easily done manually, but, if you get stuck, there's an installation tool called NIT[neverwintervault.org] .
There may be text documents (.txt, .pdf, .doc etc) with installation help / hints / walkthrough.
Install the uncompressed game files in the Neverwinter Nights folder in your Documents. If you have an earlier version than Enhanced Edition, use the nwn folder within your Neverwinter Nights installation instead. On Android, the path is Android > Data > com.beamdog.nwnandroid > files > user.
This has several sub-folders. Each file goes into the sub-folder that matches its extension.
For example, a simple module will just have one .mod file, which goes in Neverwinter Nights\modules. Others will also have .hak files with additional artwork, which go in Neverwinter Nights\hak. Here's a full list for reference (but relax, it's not normally this complicated) :
portraits (but see below)
Now all you have to do is play and have fun.
If you're playing on Steam, content download from the Vault won't appear on Steam Workshop, but it will appear in the list of modules when you start a New Game in NWN.
Override - Be aware that anything you put in the override folder will change the Official Campaign and all of your custom modules (including those obtained from Steam Workshop) which might cause compatibility issues in some cases.
Portraits - portrait .tga files are normally named with the prefix po_ and a suffix letter, e.g. po_ninjagirl_h.tga or whatever. If the name is nothing like that, the .tga probably belongs in override instead.
Licence - Fans have generously contributed these modules to the Vault for free. They can be played as described above, but please don't assume you can upload them to Steam Workshop or any other site. Refer to the Permissions section on the module page, and the Vault guidelines, for further information.