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A simple mod that replaces the mage robes with the relatively unused cloth armor designs, for those that prefer their spellcasters wear a more casual form of attire. (Fixed for 1.0.72 and newer)

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NOTICE: IF YOU USED AN OLDER VERSION OF THIS MOD MAKE SURE TO DELETE ITS .PAK FILES FIRST OR THIS NEW VERSION WON'T WORK.

Robes to clothes mod for Divinty: Original Sin. A simple mod that replaces the mage robes with the relatively unused cloth armor designs, for those that prefer their spellcasters in a more casual form of attire.

Created by MrEsturk

This mod replaces the mage robes with cloth armor designs (normal clothes).

VERSION UPDATES:

- 1.2: Included the other cloth armor designs for each gender as alt versions of this mod.

- 1.1: New unpacked version that (at least seems to) work with Divinity version 1.0.72 and newer.

INSTALLATION:

DELETE THE .PAK FILES OF ANY OLDER VERISON OF THIS MOD YOU USED!

Open the folder of any part of this mod you wish to use. Install that part's /public folder into Divinity's /data folder. Normally /data would be located at:

/Program Files (x86)/Steam/SteamApps/common/Divinity - Original Sin/data

Repeat for any additional parts you wish to install.

WARNING: Do not place the files in /Documents/Larian Studios/mods as it won't work there.

TO UNINSTALL:

You'll have to open Divinity's /data/public/assests folder, find the files this mod uses and delete them. I wish there was a cleaner method, sorry. You can safely delete the /assests folder for a full wipe of this mod, although that may also erase other texture and model mods you've installed.

KNOWN ISSUES:

- This mod cannot be toggled on/off from the mod menu, due to Divinity not currently supporting true stand alone mods that overwrite existing content. It functions like an overwrite of the main module.

- I have not personally tested how it works with multiplayer, but others have confirmed it works.

- Does not show arm bracers or sarongs due to the game still considering the mage armor as "robes" (which display neither).

DOES IT WORK WITH EXISTING SAVES?

- yes :)

Additional Credits:

-Norbyte of the Larian forums: taught me how to overwrite existing models.

-Larian Studios: For creating the game and the replacement models I used.

-Zeddy1234 of the Larian forums: For pointing me out to the new 1.0.72+ method of making thismod work.
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