Divinity: Original Sin 2 - Definitive Edition
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About this mod

Are you tired of your Origin characters exclaiming that they yield to none? Do you wish they'd stop blurting out that they're ready? And do you long for the day they no longer yell at others to prepare themselves? Well then, this might just be the mod for you!

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The next installment in my reign of terror of simple mods continues with this one. One that removes some of the infamous voice barks of Origin characters, including the one mentioned in the mod title. I don't mind personally myself, but I've seen people complain about it and thought I could throw those people a bone by making a mod that removes this dialogue. There's really not much more to say about this mod: it just makes your Origin characters shut up more when using skills.

Enjoy.

Installation:
Manually extract the .pak file into your Mods folder. By default, it should be in your Documents\Larian Studios\Divinity Original Sin 2 Definitive Edition folder. Afterwards, boot up the game and tick the mod's checkbox to activate it. Sort it in your load order at your will.

Uninstallation:
Simply deactivate the mod in your load order. To be more thorough in its removal, delete the mod's .pak file in the afore mentioned directory.

Compatibility:
This mod should be very lightweight and should only conflict with mods that edit "CMB_AD_PC_UseSkill.lsj". Anything else should be compatible.

Mod is only for the Definitive Edition. Also, I own the GOG version of D:OS2 so there's little chance of this getting a Steam Workshop release.

Mod should work passively as long as it's in your load order.

Permissions:
You are free to use this mod in any way you like as long as you credit me and the others that helped me.

Credits:
The Composer: For telling me what dialogue file I needed to edit.
Some place on the Internet: The mod page picture.
Larian: For making the game in the first place.
Divinity Engine Wiki: For being a nice resource.
You, the player: For using the mod or just reading here in the readme. :)