Divinity: Original Sin 2 - Definitive Edition

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Makes necrofire surfaces, clouds, skills, and statuses purple or green. Also removes the worm/roots from necrofire. Requires the Script Extender for additional features.

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Purple/Green Necrofire replaces various necrofire-related effects with recolored versions. Pick only one!

Features:
  • Recolored surfaces and clouds, with worms/roots removed.
  • If the script extender is present, necrofire-related statuses and skills are also recolored in an overhaul-compatible way.
  • If LeaderLib is present, necrofire-related base game skills and statuses will get recolored icons.

Osi Extender / OsiTools
If the script extender is present, this mod will override necrofire-related skills to use purple or green effects, in a way that preserves changes overhauls makes to those skills (such as Odinblade's Pyromancer Overhaul's changes to Epidemic of Fire).

Additionally if LeaderLib is present with the extender, Epidemic of Fire, Necrofire Infusion, and the necrofire-related statuses will all use new purple or green themed icons. Just like the skill effect changes, this is in a compatible way that preserves changes other mods make to these statuses/skills.

You can download the extender here:
https://github.com/Norbyte/ositools/releases/latest

Extender Setup
  • Download and extract ScriptExtender-Updater-v52.zip.
  • Copy DXGI.dll.
  • Navigate to the bin directory of the Definitive Edition of the game:
  • Divinity Original Sin 2\DefEd\binTip: You can get to this folder quickly by right clicking DOS2 in Steam, select "Properties", then click the "Local Files" tab, then click "Browse Local Files". Finally, open the DefEd folder, then the bin folder.
  • Paste DXGI.dll into the bin folder, so it's in the same folder as EoCApp.exe.


DXGI Note
If you already have a DXGI.dll in your folder from using Divinity Unleashed, that's the same file. We're using the same extender and are compatible!

If you're using Reshade, rename Reshade's DXGI.dll to DXGINext.dll.

Pet Power
Limited support for Larian's Pet Power mod is also added if the extender is present. This is mainly making sure the new statuses have the right icon. Making their effects purple or green is impossible since we don't have access to their editor effect files (we need an editor data update?).

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If you're feeling generous, an easy way to show support is by tipping me a coffee:



All coffee goes toward fueling my modding efforts. Thanks!

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