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DISCLAIMER: I'm a medieval and ancient history fanatic, and as such I'm extremely critical of files that attempt to portray anything remotely historical. Thus, don't be too hurt if you submit a file along those lines, and I tear it to pieces. That warning applies to this skin pack as well.Well, we have a pack of 'knights'. An extremely, whomping huge pack of 'knights'. I say 'knights' (Visualize air quotes) and not just knights, because no knights in history ever looked like this, unless they were total doofuses. First of all, the model used is one I have never liked. It is the Daemon Knight model by the Almighty Gir, and it is a low detail, very poorly textured model, and it's not an accurate representation of a Medieval soldier whatsoever. The horns are rediculous and the cape is the size of your child's bedtime blankey. I won't talk about the quality of the model anymore as that is not what the author worked on; he worked on skins. Now I can say that this skin pack is an extreme improvement in terms of texturing over Gir's original skin, and several different skins are included too; 8 to be exact.The chainmail and armor pieces in general look good, even if some of the colors the author decided to use (Such as bright yellow) look hideous and out of place. On many of the skins there is the obvious 'Cross' theme, especially on one skin in particular; the Death Knight. Now I'm wondering why the Death Knight is carrying so many holy symbols on his gear. Other than that the skin looks pretty good. I like the attention to detail. (*Cough* Even if the cape and horns look rediculous *Cough*)My favorite skin in this pack by far is what the author calls the 'White knight'. I don't just say White Knight, because this skin reminds me MUCH more of a semi-demonic/undead Hoplite. I love Hoplites. I go nuts for anything remotely hoplite. The hoplite helmet skin also seems to fit the head model much better than any medieval helmet ever could, though you still have the problem of the horns. The cuirass looks great too. If someone made a hoplite model with textures of this quality, I'd go insane and I'd love them forever.Now something else was done that is all the rage today - Species package. That's right, you can customize each skin in the species menu; each specific knight gets his own race, meaning you can't mix and match the actual armors. The only customizeness available is that there are red and blue versions of each knight available, so you can add red pants, blue, torso, etc.No new sounds were included; they use default daemon knight sounds.~Laam'inui

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