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This is a skin pack containing re-skins of the Mace Windu model by the AotC: TC Team and the Anakin Skywalker model by Kevin Coyle. There was apparently a re-skin of the Yoda model by Team Yoda, but the Ghoul2 mesh file (*.glm) was not included, only the Milkshape 3D file (*.ms3d). No bot scripting, team color support, or sounds were inculded.Mmkay. Hmm. I already wrote one harsh review, and kinda wanted that to be the only one, but this may turn into a second, so bear with me. IMO, a skin without something as incredibly easy to create as bot support, the basic support of team colors for CTF or TFFA, or sounds to enhance the uniqueness or believability of a skin, is not a skin. If you want to argue that a skin is merely the textures, then yes, you would be right. The skin is only the textures (not the script applying the graphics to the surface of the 3D mesh, or the model of the 3D mesh). To leave out the necessities is like leaving out the *.skin files or the *.glm. They aren't graphics, but you need them for it to work. Beyond that, the skins seem thrown together, with not much thought or planning. :(Technical Data:Pros: 1) NACons: 1) Obi Wan's face mesh was poorly UV wrapped. 2) Mace's face doesn't look like Samuel Jackson's, and the white boots and forearm guards were inconguous with the rest of the skin. 3) Yoda model not included. 4) No necessities. Rating: 3/10 Bot Support: No. Team Colors: No. New Sounds: No.JEDIofONE :mepimp:

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