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The mode tones down the comedic effect of sneaking by removing the stone/bush/barrel cver on top of the character. It works great except for the lizard animations. If it could be improved and posted here. Feel the mod would get far greater coverage.
Link to it.
The script fixes alot of issues that can pop out while using mods and one of the issues I personally had was getting additional characters at the start of the game.
Still though, thank you for everything you do. We all appreciate you!
This is because the skeleton conversion process we have to do to be able to play around with it changes it in such a way that when you convert it back to DOS2's format, the animation's skeleton no longer has the same values as the original did, so it doesn't match up with the pre-existing character.
We can add new animations for new characters, but yeah nothing for existing ones yet unfortunately. Even if the conversion was worked out with complex math to preserve the bone data, we would still need animation rigs and a lot of time/effort to make new animations (and possibly have to do it 8 times, for every race/gender), so it'd still be a big time investment.