The Warriors Way Weapon Pack by Rebelmoon
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Added: 13/11/2012 - 12:43AM
Updated: 17/11/2012 - 03:36AM

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Uploaded by Rebelmoon


Last updated at 3:36, 17 Nov 2012 Uploaded at 0:43, 13 Nov 2012

Update: I had a few issues with normals on the original upload that I missed and actually had to remake a couple of parts. I've also added the Wakizashi that Yang used in training Kate Bosworth's character. Other changed details are adding a soul trap enchantment on the Weeping Katana and renaming it to keep all the weapons together in the crafting and inventory menus as well as making it easier for future updates. Please delete the old "weeping sword" esp and associated files as both the mesh and textures are tweaked and renamed.

This is a sword based on the one seen in the movie, "The Warrior's Way".

1st, great movie with a cool visual style to it and an enjoyable plot. Yang, the strongest warrior of the Sad Flutes clan (the cruelest assassins in the world) betrays his own by refusing to kill the last surviving member of a clan the Sad Flutes were at war with. The life he spares is a baby princess whose father was the greatest swordsman in the history of mankind, until Yang killed him.

Yang was raised from a little boy to be the strongest Sad Flute, but has become empty inside and seeks a new life by protecting this little baby princess so he heads to America where he settles down in the badlands. Knowing that the Sad Flutes would never stop hunting him, he seals his sword to it's scabbard so that his former master won't be able to track him down by hearing the weeping of his blade for all the souls it has taken. Inevitably though, the seal must be broken.

That's all I'll say about the movie in case some care to check it out but it does explain the idea behind this sword.

More detail on the model itself. The scabbard isn't completely accurate, my choice, as the one in the movie is slightly wider than mine. The pommel is slightly rounder as well but again, my choice. The blade is cleaner and shinier than normally seen in Skyrim but in the movie it's very pristine looking, my choice but I might still decide to tone it down a bit once I see what others think. Texture wise I still need a normal map but I'm leaving town for a few days so that will have to wait. Other than that, not much to this model, took longer testing it in game than to make it.

I made a quick player character to vaguely resemble Yang to showcase the sword.