Divinity: Original Sin 2

Divinity: Original Sin 2

544 ratings
Vanity DE
Type: Add-on
Game Mode: Story
File Size
0.894 MB
Oct 5, 2019 @ 6:25pm
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Vanity DE

Changes the appearance of equipped items on any character to whatever you wish on the fly.‍‍‍
*(Reboot of the vanity mod that works with DE)

No longer do you have to choose equipment stats over appearance in DE.

Are you tired of looking like a clown?
Tired of having to choose between that awesome looking breastplate & a new drop that looks horrid?

Look no further, this mod provides you with the answer!

This mod copies the 3D models being used by your currently equipped items and saves them. Then it allows you to replace the 3D models of any newly equipped items with the previously saved models.

Basically, it's a glorified workaround for the lack of vanity slots...


1. Enable the mod in-game.
2. Start a new game or load a save.
3. Steal or acquire two shells (plenty of those on the beaches of Fort Joy).
4. Combine them together to get the Ring of Vanity, which provides you with three spells.
5. Equip the ring so you can change the appearance of the armor and weapons.
6. Equip all the armor, shields & weapons that look great on your character but have undesired stats.
7. Cast the "Morphosteal" spell (provided by ring) to save the visual look of currently equipped items.
8. Equip the ugly looking gear that has the desired stats.
9. Cast "Morphofuse" (also provided by the ring) and watch as your gear becomes amazing looking.
10. Don't like the result or accidentally changed items? Cast "Morphoreverse" to undo any changes.
11. Un-equip the ring.

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Murden May 9 @ 8:25am 
with this mod, can a wand be made to look like a sword?
Tailled Mar 9 @ 12:02am 
Need Morphvanish again for invisible gear...
Demonic's Gaming Domain Feb 1 @ 6:16pm 
@TAI ALWAYS use DMM, takes 3 clicks to automatically add mods (even newly subbed) to the correct folder.
TAI Jan 15 @ 12:48am 
Ok so I managed to get this to work by finding where the file was actually being saved. Steam being Steam, saved it in my many workshop folders. So it was in Steamapp>Workshop>Content and either if you've re-subbed it'll be in the latest folders. Or search "Vanity" or "VanityReboot". Copy that pak file and put it in your Documents>Larian Studios> Divinity Original Sins 2 Definitive Edition> Mods
There it'll work from there.
ReFleXzZ Jan 4 @ 7:06am 
Ah man, what a pity. Is it because you need to overwrite the item templates? It's hilarious, because if you put the skin of the vulture onto another armor, the armor get's all it's buffs xD what has larian just done? :c
I wish you a happy new year by the way :3
GrudgeBRINGER  [author] Dec 30, 2020 @ 8:21pm 
No, sorry, no way to do that ReFleXzZ
ReFleXzZ Dec 29, 2020 @ 5:11pm 
Hello, love that mod, pretty simple. Yet I still have a question. Is there a way to change the appearance of the vulture set for example without losing it's advantages like flying or farsight?
GrudgeBRINGER  [author] Dec 22, 2020 @ 9:47pm 
Your questions are both answered in the thread. :)
Revaly Dec 19, 2020 @ 10:11am 
I see this mod changes the model of the armor im wearing but not the color, is it possible for the color to be kept from the previous armor as well?
Winter Dec 18, 2020 @ 7:10pm 
Whenever I subscribe to this mod, it doesn't actually end up showing up in the mod manager in the game. This has happened with a few different mods, and can't figure out how to fix it