Jedi Knight III

Bara Tzu

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[url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pasty]Pasty[/url] Heads, Star Trek has got them – in the form of Klingons – and, not to be left out, Star Wars has its own Pasty Heads too; in the form of the Kel
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Dor! Yep, those guys have heads that look good enough to eat! Ermmm… or maybe not! Anyway, here we have a new skin pack by Xhuzan_Tzu, the featured character of which is called Bara Tzu and is the authors own personal Star Wars character. There are [b]three[/b] skins included in this pack, each with a separate purpose behind them. So lets have a look at the first one; the Training Robes skin to begin with. As you would expect, these training robes are simple and look light, as you would expect training robes to be. As the author says in the readme, this skin is in the style of the Baran Do style robes that the Kel Dor sometimes wear. Next up we have the skin featuring the Ceremonial Robes that Bara Tzu would use in his role as a Jedi Consular. These robes look much more ornate than the last, with some gold areas across the shoulder and chest, mixed with some red and blue further down near the waist. Ohh dear…This isn’t good, I’m starting to sound like some kind of fashion designer now! :eek: Ehem, anyway, the last skin features Bara Tzu’s Mission Robes, which he would of course wear on a mission. These look much more armoured, as you can see from the screenshots below. The author says in his readme: [quote] It should be noted that the battle armor is a mixture between standard issue Jedi armor and some of his own Baran Do monk-like leather armors, as some of Bara's Force powers require a direct attunement with natural forces and the metals of the Jedi armor restrict them to some degree.[/quote] Personally, the mission robes were my favourite skin, with the training robes coming a close second. I really liked the look of the armour on the mission robes, especially the armour over the shoulders, and the armour gauntlet on one side giving the skin an interesting asymmetry. There are a few issues which came to my attention though. The main one is that these skins are not available from the skin selection menu – you have to type the skin commands in manually in the console. The author says in his readme that they are ‘hidden’ presumably because they are his personal skins. Though it doesn’t really make sense why you would want to release your skins to the community, and yet not make them easily accessible from the main menu. Mind you, that’s just my opinion, other people may disagree. It might just be that I don’t properly understand the authors reasons. Anyway, the other thing I think could be added are team skins. Even though this is a personal skin, I always think team skins are a worthwhile addition if you intend to release your skin to the public. Besides those things though, these are three nicely done re-skins, and as I said above I especially like the armoured mission robes. A nice bonus is that this pack also uncludes a new lightsaber hilt; a reskinned version of one of the Zefex sabers by Klasal K. The style of the saber fits nicely with the skins and I think this was a cool addition to the pack. That about wraps it up, so if you guys like the look of these skins, be sure to give it a download! :) [b]New Sounds:[/b] No [b]Bot Support:[/b] No [b]Team Support:[/b] No ~Nozyspy~ [b]*Note* To use these skins in-game, bring down the console and type the following commands (depending on which skin you want to use. /model tzu/training - For the Training Robes. /model tzu/dress - For the Ceremonial Robes. /model tzu/mission - For the Mission Robes.[/b]
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02-23-2009
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