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zero89

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#1 13 years ago

Could some one actually make a real sized yoda because i know you can get yoda small but he is still to big if you actually look how big yoda is he is about as big as obi wans boot , I know that it would be solid to kill but it would be quite funny to walk around and for filming:)




RinkXing

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#2 13 years ago

check out JA+ mod it resizes yoda.




zero89

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#3 13 years ago

yea i know it resizes yoda about half i want tiny yoda! realistic size JA+ dosent resize it enough




.The Deviant

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#4 13 years ago

It'd have to be a serverside mod anyway. Using it when the server doesn't would be pointless.




TrentAbru

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#5 13 years ago

I think the point being made here is that to play on a server and have a chance against any other non-yoda character, you would have to be no less than half obi-wan's size. In Tchouky's scaling mod for JO, the yoda model is specified as 6/10 of the size of the kyle model. As has been pointed out, realistically, I would say that yoda is between a quarter and a third the height of obi wan. This is fine in RPG , but you would end up being massacred due to the size disparity if you tried (if you could!) to play this size on a server.

The principle is that somewhere in the JA+ mods and the other mods for JA that allow scaling, there are files with the standard sizes of the models specified. All you need to do is find the model name, and experiment by changing the numbers. I gather that some of the scaling mods for JA now do not only specify a height, but also numbers that specify a models width----this allow a model to be fattened or thinned by increaseing or decreasing the values.