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Dec 4, 2017 @ 9:27am
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Shanty civilian body parts added as individual torsos, legs, and left/right arms.

Works best with Unrestricted Customization: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1135440846

Note: also compatible with legacy game (Without WOTC).
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31 Comments
Dragon32 May 9 @ 10:26am 
@RootinTootinRichie:
Try "More Clothes Options (and other stuffs)" or "Jsleezys Repurposed Gear", one of those should do what you want. Both have base game and WotC versions.
Toxic Frog  [author] May 9 @ 7:52am 
@RootinTootinRichie probably not any time soon
RootinTootinRichie May 8 @ 3:33pm 
will you make similar mods for other sivilian clothing
Bismuth Apr 1 @ 4:15pm 
I found it made my LW2 crash so I deleted it
kg-cote Feb 19 @ 10:09pm 
@uchiha_sander In the description Toxic has the link to unrestricted customization. That will let you do pretty much anything at any tier/class.
Bohimen Feb 6 @ 10:39am 
Might just be because I downloaded mid campaign but these don't show up in my customization options. Oddly enough they will appear if I use a clothing randomizer.... hmmm
Shimakaze Jan 28 @ 1:46am 
I like this mod much but the problem is I wanted to keep their cosmetic looks whenever I equipped tier 2 above armors. Is it possible to do it like in vanilla? In vanilla there was this mod that lets you keep your basic kevlar looks (including this civilian looks). Your help will be appreciated much.
12 drunk cows Dec 28, 2017 @ 8:13pm 
Thanks, InQuisition. New to the workshop here.
Havoc Dec 28, 2017 @ 12:40pm 
Would it be possible to get all those full body outfits (e. g.: the nameless civilian ones) splitted into torso and legs? :D
InQuisition Dec 27, 2017 @ 2:11am 
Uh, Triple Nipple, you can make a content pack and add mods to it, but you have to hit the big green subscribe button... thats how it installs. Adding it to a collection just means you have all the mods you like in one spot so its easy find the mods you like if you ever uninstall the game or download a conflicting mod and you need a quick place to find what mods you installed already. Collections are just more for convenience and organization, but they dont automatically install the mods, you still have to hit the giant green Subscribe button above chat.