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As the title says, i will post here how my walktroughts are going. I dont know if im doing well or im the worst xD. Ostian Princess Hard Mode: Chapter 11 Link Wars Normal Mode: Chapter 5 Voids Blitzarre Adventure 2 Blitz Tendency Normal Mode: Chapter 3 Fire Emblem 6 Normal Mode Spanish: Chapter 21 Fire Emblem 7 CC (Class Change) HHM Iron Man: Chapter 17 Fire Emblem 7 (Growth and Stats Change) HHM Iron Man: Chapter 17 Serra Rangers HHM Iron Man: Chapter 12 (Stopped for now) Dorcas Emblem HHM Iron Man : Chapter 4 (Stopped for now)
I went and made a thing where virtually all of the non-dummied out classes exist alongside one another and added a few third tier classes that didn't exist before (I also ended up finishing the stat caps and growth rates for the 0th and 1st tier classes). If you guys think I did good enough then that's cool; I just wanted to show off something that you guys could talk about for the time being. The files are attached below. 0thTierClasses.txt 1stTierClasses.txt OriginalNameClasses.txt
Official Website: http://www.ornitocopter.net/morrowind-overhaul/ What is Ornitocopter's Morrowind Overhaul? It is a compilation of graphical enhancement mods that dramatically improve the visuals of The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind. The Overhaul includes an installer that lets you "install hundreds of beautiful mods at once, with a simple installer designed by [Ornitocopter] with simplicity in mind." The installer provides four "presets" to help simplify installation, More graphically intensive options will be installed when a faster preset is selected. You can further customize your installation once you've selected your preset. Do not underestimate how much the Overhaul increases Morrowind's graphical intensity! I have a laptop with a Core i7 quad-core CPU and an nVidia GTX 850M GPU, and with the "Very Fast PC" preset and with all (or nearly all) of the additional optional bells-and-whistles installed, I remember getting around 30-40 FPS in outdoor areas and around 60 FPS in indoor areas (it's been over a year since I last played Morrowind with Ornitocopter's Overhaul installed, so please forgive me if my recollections are inaccurate); I have not tested any of the slower presets on this laptop. For comparison's sake, I've been getting a consistent 60 FPS in Dragon Age: Origins (1600 x 900, Very High graphics detail, 8x anti-aliasing, High texture detail, V-sync enabled). Why did it take me so long to make this post, and why haven't I played Morrowind with Ornitocopter's Overhaul in the meantime? I originally planned on doing a video review, but I procrastinated, especially since I was busy with grad school at the time, and ultimately abandoned the idea of a video review. I then thought about writing a post here on this forum, but I still procrastinated, and I continued to procrastinate even after I graduated from grad school. But now, I finally sat down and presented you with this post. As for why I haven't played Morrowind with Ornitocopter's Overhaul throughout this time, it's because other things have caught my attention. I've used Windows' "Reset this PC" feature several times throughout the past year or so, and I haven't felt like reinstalling Morrowind and Ornitocopter's Overhaul during that time period. Perhaps I should revisit Vvardenfell someday, but unfortunately, probably not any time soon. Here is a before and after comparison video that someone else has made,
So I was looking for a custom female berserker map sprite and, after searching for some time I noticed that there is no place in this forum where custom map sprites are posted. Not even the Resouces Directory has any map sprites that I could find. Shouldn't some sort of compilation of Open Source Custom Map Sprites exist, like the one we have for battle animations?