NickyWorld BDO

NickyWorld BDO v4

This update gets a few more armors modded that were previously swapped out and gets some new armors for Tamers which aren't clipping badly like the originals.
A couple of the Tamer ones are also modded.
There's still some armors & costumes for me to mod, but you won't see much clipping anymore.
I've been working with eyenight to solve clipping issues that come with the Abropo modding method and this important update includes eyenight's XML file which has been tailored to work alongside my mods pack.
Male characters should no longer show clipping issues (with the exception of crafting gear).
New mods for some of the armor swaps brought in with my last update have also been included.

There is an additional step to making it work properly.
Once unpacked to your Resorep "modded" folder, look inside the folder for a file called "multiplemodeldeldesc.xml" and one called "partcutdesc.xml". These files must be moved from there into your ".../Black Desert Online/character" folder, overwriting the files already there.
It's recommended to first save a backup of the old XML files so that you can swap themn back if you want to later on.

Not all of the swapout armors are modded yet, that will happen in future updates, but the whole thing looks much better because most of the clipping is gone.
The exception is Tamers where swapouts still need doing.

As with all my mods, they can exist alongside others and nothing stops you having your favourite mods or armor swapouts there as well. However you would need to update my XML file with your swapout scripts.
This update brings armor swapouts to my mods pack, the main reason being to overcome as much of the clipping issues (skin poking through clothing) as possible that come with using the Abropo modding method.
There is an additional step to making it work properly.
Once unpacked to your Resorep "modded" folder, look inside the folder for a file called "multiplemodeldeldesc.xml". This file must be moved from there into your ".../Black Desert Online/character" folder, overwriting the file already there.
It's recommended to first save a backup of the old XML file so that you can swap it back if you want to later on.
Not all of the swapout armors are modded yet, that will happen in future updates, but the whole thing looks much better because so much clipping is gone. The exception is Tamers where swapouts still need doing.
As with all my mods, they can exist alongside others and nothing stops you having your favourite mods or armor swapouts there as well. However you would need to update my XML file with your swapout scripts.
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