Thursday, 10 April 2014

Mask of Truth

Retextures the Clown Mask to the Mask of Truth.


Not a whole lot of effort went into this mod, but I wanted to do something other than make the clown mask invisible. I am actually pretty terrified of clowns. So, here's an equally creepy replacement, but one that doesn't give me the heebie-jeebies.


Installation:

Drag & Drop the included 'Client' folder into your TERA installation directory. You'll know you're in the right place when you see another 'Client' folder too. It's okay to merge the folders, as this mod will not overwrite any of your files. No need to worry about backing up! It simply adds it to a new directory entirely, and your game will read it, leaving your original safe and unharmed. 

Uninstallation:

You only need to go to 'TERA\Client\S1Game\CookedPC\Art_Data\_Packages\CH\Accessory', and delete the Acc_202.gpk should you want to uninstall.

Saturday, 5 April 2014

Elven Earring Fix

The fixes an oversight for the elven hair with the earrings. Comes in two flavours.


I don't know about you, but it's always peeved me that the elves had earrings which changed colour with their hair. Surely, it was not meant to be. I've always just ignored that particular hairstyle, but it seems to be popular as a base when new hats come out, so I figured it was time to make a change.

How we have it now. (Gross)
Looking through the files I can see that the hair texture had a slightly different patch over the earring bit on the specular map. It -was- intended to be different from the hair. Reversing what I did for the Elin Ears & Tails mod and Amani Robe mod, I was able to correct their mistake with the 'cstm' file. I marked the earring as 'ignore' rather than 'hair', so the game now correctly ignores colouring it.

This is how it was intended to look. (Silver)

Much like said adjustments to the Elin's Head package, Hair 01 (Coincidentally this one) and Face 01 will be invisible during character creation, but perfectly fine in-game. It's because in CC they use additional test textures to display, instead of the actual ones, and the test ones get lost when any changes are made. As they are not used anywhere else, you will never have an issue outside of character creation.

Part of what prompted this mod was seeing the similar female adornment side-by-side with the mistake.
So I borrowed the textures from the female version, and made a gold version for males too.
Male elves wear a shitton of gold things, so I've no doubt it'd look a lot better on them. But really, it's up to you. I've uploaded both versions.


Installation:

Drag & Drop the included 'Client' folder into your TERA installation directory. You'll know you're in the right place when you see another 'Client' folder too. It's okay to merge the folders, as this mod will not overwrite any of your files. No need to worry about backing up! It simply adds it to a new directory entirely, and your game will read it, leaving your original safe and unharmed. 

Uninstallation:

You only need to go to 'TERA\Client\S1Game\CookedPC\Art_Data\_Packages\CH\PC', and delete the Highelf_M_Head .gpk should you want to uninstall.

Thursday, 3 April 2014

Pearl and Obsidian Circlets

Retextures the Princess Tiara.

Female is now a more neutral colouring that is intended to match the Castanic R21 (QW) set. Blue gem is now a pearl.
 
Male version also has adjustments. Blue gem is now obsidian, and the gold looks more metallic.
 
Was a bit of a vanity creation for my castanic, but I figure I'd share. You can follow the uninstallation instructions below if you just want the version for one gender only.

 
 
 
Installation:

Drag & Drop the included 'Client' folder into your TERA installation directory. You'll know you're in the right place when you see another 'Client' folder too. It's okay to merge the folders, as this mod will not overwrite any of your files. No need to worry about backing up! It simply adds it to a new directory entirely, and your game will read it, leaving your original safe and unharmed. 

Uninstallation:

You only need to go to 'TERA\Client\S1Game\CookedPC\Art_Data\_Packages\CH\Accessory', and delete the Acc_012_F.gpk and Acc_012_M.gpk (Female and Male versions respectively) should you want to uninstall.

Dyeing the Undyable

This is no mod, rather a helpful in-game tip for fellow fashionistas. Do you wish the Quandary Bazaar, Santia, and even the Shimmering & Black Label templates were dyeable? Well, I'm here to tell you they actually are! Right under your noses.

Step 1: Transfer the looks of your undyable to a useable piece of gear.
(Protip: Best to put it on a 'white' piece of gear that doesn't soulbind for future tradability/sharing with alts)


Step 2: Equip desired transferred items, and close your character menu.


Step 3: Click on the dye you wish to use: Apothecary, 1-hour or otherwise, and reopen your character menu.


 Step 4: From your character menu only, right click your desired equipped item, and it will find its way to your dye menu! Select colour!


Step 5: Rinse and repeat until you've achieved your desired level of fabulousness.


Sunday, 30 March 2014

Candycorn Cutie + No Tail Devilicious

Removes the tail from Devilicious, and reskins the Bewitching Outfits.

The cheap looking dollar store tail is removed from all Devilicious outfits, and the non-dyeable one (Pictured on the right) now has red colouration instead of magenta.

Dyeable Bewitching now has striped pantsu that colour with your hair, as well as the beads and the squigglies on the bow. The regular one is a little more colourful in an attempt to match the flamboyant hat. Also, I have a candycorn fetish.


Installation:

Drag & Drop the included 'Client' folder into your TERA installation directory. You'll know you're in the right place when you see another 'Client' folder too. It's okay to merge the folders, as this mod will not overwrite any of your files. No need to worry about backing up! It simply adds it to a new directory entirely, and your game will read it, leaving your original safe and unharmed. 

Uninstallation:

You only need to go to 'TERA\Client\S1Game\CookedPC\Art_Data\_Packages\CH\PC', and delete the PC_Event_16.gpk should you want to uninstall.

Saturday, 29 March 2014

Natural Moustache

Reskins the Dastardly Mustache to change with your hair colour.


I made this primarily for human males, but everyone can enjoy it. On Baraka, Amani Male, and Popori, the mustache will always appear the default grey/white, as they have no hair colour value for the mustache to correspond with. Looks pretty nice, though. Like the Monopoly guy!


Installation:

Drag & Drop the included 'Client' folder into your TERA installation directory. You'll know you're in the right place when you see another 'Client' folder too. It's okay to merge the folders, as this mod will not overwrite any of your files. No need to worry about backing up! It simply adds it to a new directory entirely, and your game will read it, leaving your original safe and unharmed. 

Uninstallation:

You only need to go to 'TERA\Client\S1Game\CookedPC\Art_Data\_Packages\CH\Accessory', and delete the Acc_067.gpk should you want to uninstall.

Sunday, 23 March 2014

Prestige Whimsical Dragon Assortment

This mod is an assortment of weapon mods. First Version, things may change in the future.



Skins this mod affects:

Prestige:
- Crozier (Priest)
- Tome of Knowledge (Sorcerer)

- Deadlock (Berserker)
Kingsguard (Lancer)


Whimsical:
-Plucky Princess Wand (Mystic)
Death By Ice Cream (Slayer)

- Witch's Broom (Priest)
- Drill Bit (Lancer)
- Slingshot (Archer)
- Mister Patches (Sorcerer)


Golden Dragon:
- Makes all invisible


Skins in this package, but left untouched:

Prestige:
- Piton (Mystic)
- Double Scimitar (Archer)
- Columnarity (Slayer)
- Butcher & Block (Warrior)


Whimsical:
- Banhammer (Berserker)
- Plumber's Wrenches (Warrior)

Black Dragon:
- All

Installation:

Drag & Drop the included 'Client' folder into your TERA installation directory. You'll know you're in the right place when you see another 'Client' folder too. It's okay to merge the folders, as this mod will not overwrite any of your files. No need to worry about backing up! It simply adds it to a new directory entirely, and your game will read it, leaving your original safe and unharmed. 

Uninstallation:

You only need to go to 'TERA\Client\S1Game\CookedPC\Art_Data\_Packages\CH\PC', and delete the PC_Weapons_Event.gpk should you want to uninstall.