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Hey guys, I was just hoping someone could help me make a small change to the game, or rather a mod. I am using the Warhorse Armor Improved mod and one of the tweaks it makes it to change the model for the Warhorse Helmet to a kettle helmet. I would prefer it to look like another helmet like the grand bascinet, but I am not sure how to do that. I've tried replacing model Id's item Id's and some other things in various tables within the item subfolder of the pak files for both the mods data folder and the games data folder and nothing will change the model from a kettle to the bascinet. Any help would be appreciated. (I changed the tables back to default so nothing is different)

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In case you still need it, a little help:

I'm fairly new to modding myself but I've managed to change the look of a mod (that changed the stats of an item).

What you want to look for is not the item id that you've provided but the ui_XX_XXXX one. That's what makes it look the way it does.

So what I did was:

If the item you are looking for is not in it, you can download the "cheat" mod
You can install the "cheat" mod by spraguep and use the in game console command (` key). Use the command cheat_find_items token:[item keyword here] This will give you a list of all found items containing that keyword and their item ids.


That gave me the item ui.
What I did then was:

3a. Navigate to your KCD data folder (something like C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\KingdomComeDeliverance\Data) Find and copy Tables.pak to another folder (on your desktop or somewhere else). Then extract Tables.pak using a compression tool like winrar, winzip, etc.
3b. This will extract the Tables.pak so you can browse and open the files it contains. [...]
3c. Run a search (Search > Find...) for the item ID. This should bring you to the item's entries.


Once you've found the respective entries, change the item ui of the warhorse helmet into the item ui of your desired helmet.
Stats remain the same, looks changed.

On a last note:

From your entry it wasn't clear if you've modded the original files or if you have created a new mod file, so just in case you don't know, be aware to always use mod files in the Mods folder, never change the original files!




Source: https://forums.nexusmods.com/index.php?/topic/8616823-how-do-i-make-a-retexture-mod/?hl=%2Bmod+%2Bhelp&do=findComment&comment=80153008

Edited by RadZkin8008
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