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Witcher 2 - Dethmolds Robes by Antioch08
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Added: 07/12/2012 - 12:30AM
Updated: 11/12/2012 - 10:59PM

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Description

Last updated at 22:59, 11 Dec 2012 Uploaded at 0:30, 7 Dec 2012

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Description:
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This plugin will add Dethmold's outfit to be playable from the Witcher 2. A rugged set of heavy robes, these will make a worthy addition for the look of a wandering magic user or a more sinister necromancer.

To obtain these items, simply purchase them from Farengar Secret-Fire, the court wizard at Whiterun, or alternatively:

- Open the console using the ` key
- Type ' Help Dethmold'
- Type 'player.additem xxxxxxx' entering the code for each desired item

To install, simply extract the contents of the .rar file into the Skyrim\Data folder.



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Version History
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Version 1.00 - Dethmold Robes, Cap and shoes added.
Version 1.01 - Robes, cap and shoes purchaseable from Farengar Secret-Fire.
Version 1.10 - Black retexture added.



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Additional info:
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This is my first mod and attempt at navigating Skyrim's model pipeline. While this was made for personal use, I've uploaded this due to a popular demand for Witcher 2 armours / outfits. The outfit is by no means complete or perfect and may look / behave oddly from time to time due to my limited / shoddy knowledge of Skyrim custom armours and skinning. Any assistance in ironing out these visual bugs is most welcome!


Special thanks to:

Witcher5688, who ported these meshes and textures.
CDProject Red, the owners and creators of these meshes and textures who have kindly given their permission for their use.
Nightasy, for his tutorials on creating and properly importing Skyrim custom armours.