Imperial Officers



I’m in the boat if option of making a mod that will work in both Knights of the Old Republic games, do it. There are so many people out there that will see a mod and wish it was made for the other game also. Let’s face, most of us love playing both Knights of the Old Republic games. Yes, we have a preference of what game we like to play better. Polls taken about what game people like better show that most people like the original game better, yet way more mods are made for TSL. It’s confusing, but hat’s another subject. Overall we like to have some of the new features made by modders made for both games. That is why in my most recent releases when I can; I have been releasing it for both games to keep the users that come here happy! :D

As many of you have noticed that I just uploaded the Sith Officer uniforms that Prime made based off of the officers of the Empire in the Original Star Wars Trilogy for the original KOTOR game, Prime also has it available for the sequel to 2003’s game of the year, Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords to keep us happy.

The only thing that’s too bad about this mod is that you don’t get to see the Sith Officers nearly as often as the original game if you really can’t wait to see how they look. I believe the first time you get a chance to see them is when you make your second trip to Dxun to do the party split mission and you see Sith Officers just before you enter Freedon Nadd’s tomb and inside. Those familiar with how long it takes to get through the game know that is a lot of hours of playing time before they make their appearance. Then you get to see them on the Ravager after that and that’s it. Still this download is worth it just for those moments in the game if you really like what the author did. Hopefully maybe some of you have an old save just before any of those missions just to check it out right away. Plus you modders out there have an excuse to change your clothing to this if you really love the way they look so you can look at them all you want. Whatever you decide, have with it because that is what it’s all about! :D

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TSL Imperial Officer Mod

Website: warpedproductions.echonetwork.net

This mod changes the uniforms worn by the Sith officers into those worn by Imperial Officers
in the original Star Wars trilogy.  There two types, the gray naval uniforms and the black stormtrooper officer uniforms.

The list of files is as follows:

Male Uniforms:

Female Uniforms:

Low Resolution Uniforms:


The armour and items can be installed in by the following steps:

1. Extract all the files into the Override folder in the The Sith Lords directory.  The
files will be placed inside their own directory in there.  If using WinZip, ensure that the
"use folder names" option is selected.  This will result in a "imperial officer" directory appearing in the Override directory that will contain all the files.  

Simply remove all the files from the Override directory.

Modding Information:


Known Issues:
If you encounter issues, please report them to the email address specified 
above.  I will do what we can to correct them.

There are no known issues with this mod.

Thanks to Fred Tetra for creating the truly fantastic kotor editing tool.  Also 
a appreciative shout out to the many friendly folks at the Lucasforums' Holowan 
Laboratories board who have provided guidance and insight as well as answering 
numerous questions.

Finally, thanks to Bioware for making a truly kick ass game...

This mod is not supported in any way by Lucasarts or Bioware.

You may edit or modify these files for your own personal use.  

If you wish to use any or all of these files for you own public mod, please
contact PRIME for permission at the email address at the beginning of this file.  If 
I grant permission, please give me credit and include this readme file with your mod.  I
will not be granting permission to do simple recolouring of the textures.

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