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Marvel Heroes Black Panther Voicepack
 
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Aug 18, 2018 @ 9:38pm
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Description
After Advent destroyed Wakanda, Black Panther joined Xcom to get justice for all the evil aliens done.

Around 250 lines
Radio effect added
No references to names and such
But bunch of references to animals and god-animals (mostly panther)
WotC compatible

audioIX's WotC-less or WotC-compatible Black Panther character exists and can be used along this voicepack, but seeing how there are no references to names (or overall Marvel Universe), you can just get standard soldier and just add him some tribal tattooes on face to keep him in character.

Credits: James Mathis for his voice work, Gazillion Entertainment, Secret Identity Studios, Cryptic Studios for making Marvel Heroes, Marvel for creating Black Panther.
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6 Comments
Arkhangel Aug 19, 2018 @ 6:35pm 
@dmc: yeah, the problem with ripping movie or show lines is it can be a royal pain in the ass to filter out the Background noise, whereas if you're pulling lines from a game, You can cherrypick the Voice sound files out on their own, hence why they tend to be better quality (and easier to do, ofc)
PsyCHo  [author] Aug 19, 2018 @ 2:12pm 
@dmc32: Yeah, Riddick was made using Escape from Butchers Bay/Assault on Dark Athena games, with few lines someone ripped from movies and then sent them to me.
dmc32 Aug 19, 2018 @ 1:19pm 
Ok, thanks for the quick response. Just curious I do recall the Riddick mod. But I see, your'e using game voices only.
PsyCHo  [author] Aug 19, 2018 @ 12:44pm 
@dmc32: When I do voicepacks, I use lines from games, not movies or tv shows - in this case from (now dead) Marvel Heroes.
I don't really touch non-games sources - Riddick was an exception as I did receive few lines ripped from movie(s), but again most of the lines for it were from games.
dmc32 Aug 19, 2018 @ 11:13am 
thanks the voice pack, curious as to why you didn't use Chadwick Boseman instead using James Mathis who was the tv childrens show voice for black panther. Boseman has better lines imo.
Arkhangel Aug 19, 2018 @ 2:46am 
Wakanda Forever!