Jedi Knight III

Return of the Sith: Dark Cult Skins

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[quote]Hello folks, I\'ve got version two of the Dark Cult Skins. What are they, you ask? Why, they are a bunch of base JA skins with the clothes desaturated, and glowing spots put on em. But, don\'t
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let that fool you into thinking that these skins suck. They actually aren\'t bad, from what I saw. The first skin is Alora. Her clothes are now almost all black, with blue lines all over it, which glows. The second skin is the other version of Alora, Alora2, which is the same for everything but the torso, which just has black clothes and no glowing on it. Team skins for both of them are the same as the defaults. The third skin is a Cultist. This one, I thought, did not look so great. It has been mostly desaturated and darkened, like the rest, but has purple blobs on it, which I thought did not look that great. The brown and red skins for the cultist simply changes the purple to red, looking better, in my opinion. Next up, we have a new Desann. Unfortunately, my computer will not let me view this skin for some reason. I am fairly certain that this is an issue with my computer, though, as it has had issues with Desann skins in the past. I leave this one up to all of you to see about for yourselves. After that, we have a Reborn_new. Like the Cultist skin, this is a desaturated and darkened version of the new Reborn, with red spots on it that glow. Not very exciting in style, since they are just blobs... The blue skin simply replaces the red with purple. Moving on, we come to the Reborn_twin skin. It is like the Reborn_new in the way that it is desaturated, darkened, and had spots added on it that glow red, with purple as the blue team color. The only real difference is that there is an extra skin in there that turns the glowing parts green instead of red or purple. The last skin is Tavion_new. Her skin is now red, her clothes are black, except for a green pattern in her back, and she has yellow glowing parts on her. Oddly enough, blue and red skins were the same as the original Tavion_new team skins except the head and hands, which were the ones included in this default skin. To be honest, they aren\'t bad skins, but to me, they lacked something that makes them interesting after a while. They all seem the same to me, desaturated, darkened, and with glowing spots. The best looking one out of them all, if you ask me, was the Alora one. The glowing spots have a cooler pattern to them, which most of the others lack.[/quote]We\'ve got a new update for this dark cult pack. Not a big update, but worth mentioning a few things. First of all we\'ve got team support, although only some of the skins seem to have legitimate team support (some just have copies of the normal skin for the two teams). Apparently the author also decided to add a \'Sith\' pattern to the skins\' foreheads, although there is a slight problem with it. It\'s not a Sith logo, it\'s the logo of the Infinite Empire (ie it\'s the Star Forge logo). Small detail there... it gets its point across though. Other than this it seems the majority of the update is simply texture revisions and a couple minor additions/subtractions. Make sure to check the read-me for details. [b]Team Support[/b]: Yes [b]Bot Support[/b]: Default [b]NPC Support[/b]: Yes [b]New Sounds[/b]: No ~Inyri
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