im thinking about creating my own mod. where i can find files, descriptions, main options for change and other interesting information etc.
2nd May 2016
This site is a great site for modding: The 3rd Age, BFME Modding Community
Here are the articles that modders and mappers have created and you can pick my difficulty and with what exactly you want to create, these are all tutorials - good luck! :)
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