Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition

Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition

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PRC 3.9.1
File Size
614.530 MB
Feb 6, 2019 @ 7:55pm
Jul 15 @ 5:35am
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PRC 3.9.1

The magic of souls is in the air! And in the player characters!

That's right, Magic of Incarnum is here and ready to enhance your character, from the mysterious Incarnate to the enemy-shredding Spinemeld Warrior. Along with much of the content from Magic of Incarnum comes the Marrulurk, Warforged Charger, Neanderthal, Frost Folk, Uldra, Crucian, and Flind Gnoll races, Oversized Two Weapon Fighting, and a number of other feats and spells, along with a whole host of quality of life improvements.


3.9 Full Changelist:

The PRC is the largest ever custom content release for Neverwinter Nights, with over 220 classes, 1500 feats, 1500 spells, 130 races, Psionics, the Tome of Battle, Magic of Incarnum, Weapons of Legacy, Truenaming, Shadowcasting, Invocations, Templates, Epic Spellcasting, Crafting and so much more, all taken directly from official Dungeons and Dragons material published by Wizards of the Coast.

Install by:
1. Navigate to "Steam\steamapps\workshop\content\704450\1647391559"
2. Open a new window and navigate to "C:\Users\*Username*\Documents\Neverwinter Nights"
3. Copy the contents of the following folders from the workshop window to the documents window (make new folders where needed):
- database
- erf
- hak
4. On the Documents window, navigate to "Steam\steamapps\common\Neverwinter Nights\data\nwm"
5. Backup the files in this folder
6. Copy the files from the "oc modules" folder in the workshop window to the "nwm" window
7. Let the game load until the background swirls on all screens. Doing otherwise will cause the game to crash.


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murdrax Jul 3 @ 2:37pm 
ok i followed the cirections get to charcter creater choose my race as soon as i clikc portraits though with defualt campaigns from mod itself it always crashes to desktop.
buzzpinard Jun 19 @ 5:37am 
Looks good... the install is a bit much though. It seemed easier in the non steam version of NWN, I certainly dont rememember doing all this. Maybe I'll slog through it some other time when I have time to kill.
Desert Kobold May 17 @ 10:50am 
This distributive is outdated, it seems, neverwintervault has 3.9.0
Mindrivet May 6 @ 6:09pm 
I confirm Bowman isn't a listed class (I looked). That was deliberate removal.
American Desi May 5 @ 5:40pm 
I heard that the bowman class was removed from fellow Discord users.
American Desi May 3 @ 5:14pm 
I see the database, hak, and talk directories int he download, but I don't see an erf directory or an override directory. Are these generic instructions, or am I actually missing files?
StabsMcSatchel May 2 @ 4:52pm 
I am missing the bowman class with my install. I followed the directions exactly. Any suggestions?
Redrew Apr 4 @ 8:06am 
I was wondering: is there a single/low-multiplayer module that implements the PRC? In the sense that i don't like playing in a server and would prefere to play by myself or with my friends only. The only issue is that the main campaign is able to implement PRC but the monsters and bosses stay vanilla. I would love to find psionics and so on as enemies.
American Desi Apr 3 @ 11:56am 
I notice that they disabled several skills and feats (like Taunt, Parry, and Called Shot), and took away the AC bonus that points in Tumble gives.

I understand that some of these skills like Parry are overrated and others apparently are buggy, but why take away AC bonus from Tumble?

What do people think about that? Why the heck did they do that??
-Norbert- Mar 9 @ 10:47am 
To me it is absolutely worth downloading.
I've played with the PrC for a long time and wouldn't want to play the game without it. The few prestige classes the game itself has just aren't enough for me anymore. ^^
And if you dive a bit into how to customize the code switches, you have a whole load of options with which to customize your game to your liking, whether you want it closer to go the Bioware approach, pretty much full PnP rules or something in between.