burrek's Blood and Dirt v0.91
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Total War: Attila Total War: Rome II Total War: Arena Total War: Shogun 2 Napoleon: Total War Empire: Total War Medieval II: Total War Rome: Total War Medieval: Total War Shogun: Total War Toolbox What links here Related changes Special pages Printable version Permanent link Tools Log in Search. TWR II is a strategy game for PC, developed by The Creative Assembly and published by Sega. It is the eighth standalone title in the Total War™ series and a successor to the 2004 game Rome: Total War. Set in the years 272 BC–28 AD, Rome 2 provides a detailed and period-accurate portrayal of each culture present in the game.
Im playing recently a lot of Rome II Total War. There's a kinda issue with the Blood & Gore DLC, let me explain it: When I playing a ground battle, there's no decapitations, blood effects, etc. Blood & Gore brings the savagery of front-line combat to viscera-splattering life with decapitations, dismemberment and devastating impalements. Featuring hundreds of gruesome animations that play out in combat between multiple different unit types, the massed battles of Total War: ROME II will never be the same again. Experience the violent horror of the ancient world battlefield with Total War: ROME II Blood & Gore DLC. Blood & Gore brings the savagery of front-line combat to viscera-splattering life with decapitations, dismemberment and devastating impalements. Featuring hundreds of gruesome animations that play out in combat between multiple dif.
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This mod replaces the texture for blood and tones down the dirt effects.
To comment on this mod go here
Changes : Added alternative textures with more blood.
burrek's Blood and Dirt v0.91 Readme + a lot of grammar and spelling msitakes
VI. Future Work
This mod changes 2 things: blood overlay and dirt overlay
I really dislike the fact that once a unit gets really blooded up it starts looking like a tomatoe. Unless the knights acctually smeared themselves with blood I find it very unlikely that they would get as much blood on them as they do in vanilla. A stabbing or slashing wound would produce a squirt or spray of blood at best and not a bucketlike outpoor. My new textures try to remedy that by decreasing the overall amount of blood and instead adding a spatter like effect.
The other problem I found in vanilla was that the cavalry units would get dirty within the first minute of a battle even if they did not move. The new dirt texture addreses this by toning down the dirt effect so it is almost imperceptible. On the other hand dirt+blood still looks like dirt+blood.
- added alternative texture for those who have the 'bloody' trait.
If you have Horsearchers blood+sky mod these files will voerwrite his textures.
Note: texture mods won't work in any other directory than the vanilla /data/ directory.
- Medieval 2 : Total War (and possibly patched to version 1.1)
- (Optional, recommended if you plan to deinstall) Backup the following directories and their contents in your vanilla MTW2 installation folder:
- Paste the /data/ folder, and its contents, found with this readme in you MTW2 root directory and click 'yes' when prompted to overwrite.
- If you want a bloodier (unrealistic) looking effects paste the paste the /data/ folder from the /More Blood/ on top of the previous one.
- enable file reading by doing 1 or 2:
1. add the lines
file_first = true
to the 'medieval2.preference.CFG' file. Note that you will also need to add this line to any mod specific .CFG files if you use a mod-switches (make sure your CFG file is read-only as the game will erase the command otherwise).
2. use the .bat file provided witht he readme to launch the game
If you have backed-up your files simply restore them, else re-unpack the the data packs of the original game or remove the '[io] file_first = true' from your .CFG files.
V. Future Work
I will release a horse barding and generals mod within a week.
I will improve the exising texture packs if anyone posts any good suggestions with PICTURES.
burrek - texturing
Thanks to alpaca for making the dds-texture converter
Anyone is welcome to use these textures as they please and consider them public domain although it would be nice if the burrek was mentioned.
|cerumen||I can't get your mod to work |
Please explain how I install it again?
January 16, 2007 at 06:40 AM
|It´s sounds very nice!!! i'll try it|
|cerumen||- If you want a bloodier (unrealistic) looking effects paste the paste the /data/ folder from the /More Blood/ on top of the previous one.|
Hi I can't find the more blood file or folder, where is it ?
January 18, 2007 at 12:22 AM
|Sorry for the late response but as the description said you will be more likely to get help at my texture thread than here.|
Do you have the v0.9 or v0.91 ?
v0.9 does not have the extra blood.
|Tsar Stefan Dusan IV|
January 18, 2007 at 10:19 PM
|Very realistic blood mod|
|Preatorian II||mate how do i get the [oi] code to stay there..i add it and when i leave it deletes it..is there a way to make it permanately stay in cfg?|
January 22, 2007 at 12:07 AM
|The original bloodeffects really look like they took a bath in blood. maybe a joker who made it.|
|SonOfCrusader76||@ Preatorian II (Praetorian?) I think it might have something to do with your cfg file being read-only. Go into properties to check. (Right click on the cfg file and select properties from the menu). Try it with read only checked and if it is still deleted, type it again and try it with read only unchecked. Hope that helps|
April 10, 2007 at 01:00 PM
|Excellent addon mod!|
|Wize1||I must be retarded. First, how do I ADD THE LINES [io] blah blah whatever. I don't get that. Second, I have the steam version of M2TW, will it still work? third, I didn't have the overlay textures thing in my data folder, is this a problem? Fourth, I changed my shortcut (my exe.) to have @landstoconquer.cgf, do I need to add @ cgf. for all my cgf files? I am one confuuused fellow.|
July 17, 2007 at 01:34 PM
|Alright, I figured it out. I have to open the CFG with word or something. I tried to edit it but it said access denied. It's probably stupid team. Instead I used a cfg of lands to conquer mod, so we'll see if it works like that. (waits for CTD)|
|cowboy99||i tried to download it but it said 'windows cannot open this file: to open this file windows needs to know what created this' ya and then i get lost can anyone plz help me?|
August 30, 2010 at 09:51 AM
|Team Sleep||I don't understand the horse archer limitation. Can you explain that to me please?|
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Blood & Gore brings the savagery of front-line combat to viscera-splattering life with decapitations, dismemberment and devastating impalements. Featuring hundreds of gruesome animations that play out in combat between multiple different unit types, the massed battles of Total War: ROME II will never be the same again.
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Employing a more refined particle system than Shogun 2, Blood & Gore for ROME II looks and feels grittier and more brutal. Gore coats combatants, the ground will become soaked with blood, and you’ll hear every stab, slash and impact with bespoke new sound effects.
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Blood & Gore features new visual and sound effects including:
- New blood-spattered front end
- Graphics option for turning on/off blood
- Blood VFX on arrow/pilum/javelin impacts
- Blood VFX on rock/stone impacts
- Blood VFX on death animations
- Blood shader on death animations and attackers
- Decapitation on selected death animations
- Dismemberment on selected death animations
- Blood decals on terrain
- Sound effects for all blood animations
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Additional Minimum System Requirement:
Note that the Unit Detail option in the graphics setting menu must be set to Medium or above in order for dismemberment effects to be seen. Blood effects will display at all settings.