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    hey i just got back into birthright after reading The Iron Throne (best book in the world!) and i was just wondering how you can be the NPCs(Avanil, Ghoere...etc). I got the Chared character editor and i want to be able to have skeletons as my battle unit or elven calvary like Rhoubhe Manslayer. Can anybody tell me a mod or something that will do this, also? Thanks A Lot

    my email is:
    drago_kazov@hotmail.com

    thanks again

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    Run SCENED95 (download off Br downloads),

    Select the realms that you want playable,

    Save and exit,

    Run the BR:tGA program

    Load the saved scenario (should appear in red),

    Select your realm and play as normal - don`t save over the modification
    though.



    I`m currently playing Rhoubhe, so I know the above works. Rhoubhe does
    make for a difficult game as it starts with a bad cashflow problem.

    There does seem to be a problem taking Rhoubhe himself on an adventure.
    The stat bar shows he hits his enemy on a 2+ and does 0-410 damage! Despite
    this, he never actually seems to connect and has been taken out by gnolls
    and goblins if I don`t use the spells (mind you, the power of his spells do
    make for munchkins ;-)



    HTH,



    Doyle



    -------Original Message-------

    Aedan_Dosiere wrote:

    hey i just got back into birthright after reading The Iron Throne (best book
    in the world!) and i was just wondering how you can be the NPCs(Avanil,
    Ghoere...etc). I got the Chared character editor and i want to be able to
    have skeletons as my battle unit or elven calvary like Rhoubhe Manslayer.
    Can anybody tell me a mod or something that will do this, also? Thanks A Lot



    my email is:

    drago_kazov@hotmail.com



    thanks again



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    On Tue, 15 Apr 2003, Doyle wrote:

    > Run SCENED95 (download off Br downloads),

    When I run this, it messes up the colormap so badly that I can`t really
    see it well enough to use it. Has anyone else noticed this problem, and
    know of a fix for it?


    Ryan Caveney

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    >When I run this, it messes up the colormap so badly that I can`t really
    >see it well enough to use it. Has anyone else noticed this problem, and
    >know of a fix for it?

    I have the same problem, the scenario editor seems to be running
    in 16 colors mode even if my screen display is in 32 bit true color.
    I have all the Birthright patch/updates installed and i even tried running
    my screen in 16 bit and 256 colors but it doesnt seem to fix this problem.

    Azazel

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