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  1. This is the de facto unofficial patch. Despite the description only mentioning multiplayer, it fixes a lot of bugs in single player as well. https://neverwintervault.org/project/nwn2/other/nwn2-client-extension
  2. Not actively, but I do still have the resources needed to do it.
  3. Mods for this game can be tricky, but for a multiclassing mod, all it should take is to find the Neverwinter Nights 2 folder in your Documents folder, and there should be a folder called "override" in there. If not, create one, and then unzip your mod into that folder, in a subfolder if you like. As long as it's unzipped, and doesn't have any duplicate or optional files in it, that should be it. (If there's more than one file with the same name in override, even if they're in subfolders, the game will only use one of them, and it might not be the one you intend.) Next time you start the game it should be modded. There are no settings to set. This is the case for any version of the game, including GOG's.
  4. I am a modder, but Morrowind modding was early in my experience, and I never learned the coding aspect for it. What you're asking for seems like it must already exist somewhere, though.
  5. But the opposite happens at the end of the game, and it's just as annoying, I think. You probably remember this, but once you complete the plot and everyone believes you're the Nerevarine, people won't give you the normal conversations anymore and just say, "Oh! Um, uh, er, you're the Nerevarine, and I'm just a lowly normal person and I don't know how to talk to someone as important as you!" So I guess you'd want a "be civil, and no more than that" mod.
  6. Assassin attacks are included in one of the official expansions that are active by default. Once you hit a certain level, they start attacking as a hook to bring you into the expansion content. At the time it came out, it made sense, because people would be adding the expansion to the vanilla game and would be expecting something new to happen, but now, when new players are being dropped into the game with all expansions active by default, it's more of an annoyance. I used a mod that stopped the attacks until I was ready to go play the expansion content. https://en.uesp.net/wiki/Tribunal:Dark_Brotherhood_Attacks
  7. There's the one by Princess Stomper I linked in your other thread, as well.
  8. I didn't know of Ahnassi, but I never played a male character in Morrowind, so I guess I wouldn't have even come across that dialogue. In fact, I can't think of any other romances at all in any Elder Scrolls game until Skyrim. It could be because the dialogue systems were not very convenient for making extensive conversations with, not to mention the lack of animations outside of mods. However, there is a very brief semi-romance for female characters, or at least something that can be taken as a romance with a little imagination, with Nels Llendo, who you can find on the road south of Pelagiad. And for mods to give you a boyfriend as you asked in the other thread, well, there's this, but you might want to mod what Caius looks like.
  9. I think you'll have better luck getting help with the download problem in the site feedback area. There's a thread active now about problems downloading, in fact. Maybe the answer is there: https://forums.nexusmods.com/index.php?/topic/7065171-cant-download-anything-on-nexus/
  10. If the wiki shows all of them, then: Main: 430 Tribunal: 39 Bloodmoon: 58
  11. It's a new open-source (and I think cross-platform) engine to run the game using the same game data files, with some built-in improvement features.
  12. Heh, I wish I got that option, but he ran off on his own at the end. I don't know why. I never had him in the party by choice, and did lots of things he didn't like, like not giving him back his special knife, didn't do anything that would have raised my influence with him, and yet he left "peacefully" at the end. So she was there in the ghost town! That's what I was curious about. Thanks. :)
  13. For me, it was the same, but accidental. Bishop fought with no weapons or armour whenever he was in the group simply because I never had him in the group except when it was forced, and I kept all gear off of him because I didn't want a chaotic evil character in my group, and didn't trust him! I tried Ammon Jerro a couple of times, but he seemed weak to me, too, and I stopped using him quickly. I basically forgave him after he finally showed remorse on Shandra's farm. But the time I was talking about in West Harbour is before AJ is in the group:
  14. She should summon some elementals around that badger to increase the benefit of the suppression. :) She won't have to repeat it so many times. Was Amie wandering around the place even after Ammon Jerro stopped by?
  15. Recolouring does nothing? Because it looks like it's the right texture, but just needs some brown vertex shading to be applied, or else it's a blended texture with something like 50% dirt texture on top of it, though that latter's only a guess because I don't even recall how Morrowind handles terrain texture blending. I'm afraid I don't know if there's a texture selection tool like an eyedropper where you can just click on the ground to use whatever is used in that place. If I recall correctly, Oblivion has a way you can select a spot on the ground and it'll show a list of what textures are being used in that spot, but I think you had to guess what the opacity percentages were for them.
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