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Companions Wolf Armor with Pants v2 by Kel
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Added: 06/01/2012 - 02:06AM
Updated: 12/03/2013 - 12:13PM

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Last updated at 12:13, 12 Mar 2013 Uploaded at 2:06, 6 Jan 2012

Update:
After all the wonderful feedback and requests, I've taken the time to fix some bugs that were extremely noticeable as well as make some new version of the NIF files and add some compatible texture versions.

There are FOUR versions to choose from for the armor's model itself:
Standard Pants version (original armor with pants instead of skirt)
Standard Pants version with added Ragged cape (just done for fun and looked neat)
Standard Pants version with Ragged Cape with Pauldrons removed from shoulders
Standard Pants version with both Ragged Cape and Pauldrons removed (just the armor itself i guess lol)
** You must choose one of the NIF's to install.

There are currently FIVE compatible texture sets:
Original Vanilla Wolf Armor
Wolf Remix Compatible DDS (must have the original Wolf Remix installed first)
Ebony Wolf Compatible DDS (must have the original Ebony Wolf installed first)
Black w/ Blue detailing by me
Black w/ Red detailing by me
** You must choose one of the textures to use but be warned, Remix and Ebony's original files are required. Only the Vanilla and my recolors are full texture sets.
*** Each file contains the necessary pants and cape textures regardless of which NIF you choose to actually use, it was easier this way.

Original Notes:
Since I started playing in November, I've wanted have a version of the Companion's Wolf armor without that blasted skirt on it. Unfortunately no modders seemed willing to take the request I put up on the forums, so I took it upon myself to do my own after being inspired by Nivea's work on the leather armor. I've been modding since Oblivion, including Fallout 3 and NV, but this is the first time I've done anything for Skyrim, as well as anything involving transparencies and alphas. So I'm very proud of my first attempt at it, and think it's a worthy first release for Skyrim from me.

Hope you guys/girls like it, and feel free to retexture it if you want. Right now it's using a custom retexture but I'm going to make a standard Companion's version of textures later on and release it as an optional file. This also supports the Skinny and Large model options.