9/29/2007 RJ-RotWK Update
Posted 01 October 2007 - 01:02 AM
1) Campaign screenshots
I've added the cameras to Moria and Lothlorien in the campaign, and here are some screenshots to show off the maps:
2) New skies for maps
Grey Mountains (Video):
3) Gondor Skins
Well, I've finally put together the gondor skins for the gondor Knights, Soldiers, Archers, & Pikemen. (Credits go to Eldarion, Nazgul, Caluadan, and me)
4) Mounted Radagast
I've done a mounted Radagast -
5) Golasgil Household Knights
Nertea has been gracious enough for me to use his Golasgil Household Knights. So here they are in game. There is still a little work I need to do to fix my binding and add them as a banner carrier, but here you go:
Well, that's enough screens. I can't add anymore to a post
6) Private Beta
The first release of the private beta happened this week-end. Along with the release, I've also released a worldbuilder friendly version of the mod, complete with an asset.dat, lotr.str, etc. so that you can see some new models in WB and more. There are still some bugs, but at least the first WB version is out for mappers.
Now to gain access to the beta, there are a couple of ways. First, anyone who's donated/contributed to the mod just let me know and I'll grant you access. Same for the future, one sure way of getting in on the beta is to help out the mod by donating HQ stuff to the mod (models, skins, maps, etc.) Another way is I'll be doing contests soon where the prize is a beta spot and I plan to hold a tournement after the next public release.
I know I missed people for the initial beta group. Please send me a pm if you think you should have been involved in private beta. It's also been crazy the past week, so I might have missed your pm if you sent one already.
As always, thank you for playing,
Posted 01 October 2007 - 01:45 AM
Posted 01 October 2007 - 07:31 AM
I really don't do requests and my Arnor Soldier is not fit for BFME. Don't ask me for either.
Posted 01 October 2007 - 10:21 AM
Axed Head and A.I. Coder for S.E.E. and ... stuff
".. coding is basically boring. What's fun is finding out how things work, take them apart and then put them together in ways that were not intended nor even conceived."
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