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Imperial Plate Armor Redux by mhahn123
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Added: 04/07/2013 - 10:38PM
Updated: 02/01/2015 - 06:19AM

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Description

Last updated at 6:19, 2 Jan 2015 Uploaded at 22:38, 4 Jul 2013

Imperial Plate Armor Redux



This mod adds one very nice looking suit of armor and a matching
longsword to your game. Armor and longsword stats are slightly
better than the Ebony armor & longsword stats.

This is one of my favorite armor retexes. It just had an issue with
the texture paths being hard coded which I had to fix before I could
even use it. After reading the comments I saw quite a few others
had the same issue.

Sintaker gave blanket permission to do whatever with it so I fixed the
problem, added some icons, and uploaded for all to enjoy. I take no
additional credit for any of this.

Everything else is just as Sintaker originally designed it. It can look a
little too shiny in certain light conditions, but that seems to be
an issue with all armors that use glossiness.


Location

Can be purchased at the Fire and Steel in Chorrol.


Requirements

Oblivion patched to 1.2.0416 


Install

1. Extract to your Oblivion Data folder either manually or using the mod manager
    of your choice.

2. Start Oblivion Launcher, click Data Files, and enable "ImperialPlateRedux.esp".

3. Play and enjoy!


Load Order

Should work fine if loaded near other weapon and armor mods


Compatibility

No issues that I'm aware of.


Credits

Bethesda                                 - for Oblivion and the CS
Nifskope and Gimp                  - for the tools that made this possible
Tes4Edit                                 - for cleaning the inevitable dirt from my mods
LHammonds                            - for the read-me generator this file was based on
Sintaker and Vagabond Angel   - for the original product


Legal Stuff

Per the original read me file you can do whatever you want with this. Just credit
Sintaker and Vagabond Angel for the original works, and me for the icons if you
use them.