queen chrysalis

  1. Perdition

    Chrysalis Static Hair Adjust 2018-11-19

    Based on @Faron's 'Chrysalis Static Hair' mod, I adjusted it to remove the fangs, snout, ears, horn, and crown.
  2. enragedostrich

    Queen Chrysalis Slave Dialogue

    Hello! In continuing with my theme of making more and more ambitious dialogues, I've finally finished my 4-part dialogue of Queen Chrysalis. The premise is that Chrysalis has captured and is attempting to brainwash her newest addition to her sex-slave harem. However, the player is able to resist...
  3. Faron

    Chrysalis Static Hair Hair+Snout+Fang

    The standard download for this hairstyle includes the snout and fang, because that version seemed to be more popular. It exhibits slight alignment errors (the underside of the snout doesn't match the upper lip perfectly) but this defect is rarely noticeable during normal gameplay. If you would...
  4. stuntcock

    Chrysalis Tail 1.0

    This is an adaptation of wolsik's work. His tail was a raster images which used Loader scripting. I've traced it to vectors and repackaged it as a vanilla import for the sake of runtime compatibility. Flash modders can find the source file on mega.nz. Normal users can download the SWF file via...
  5. stuntcock

    Chrysalis Wings - Inertial 5.9

    Only the wings are included in this mod file! The other elements are shown for the sake of context. This is an adaptation of wolsik's work. His wings were raster images which used Loader scripting. I've traced them to vectors. They've also been rigged to the torso with physics-based...
  6. stuntcock

    Chrysalis Wings - Large 1.0

    Only the wings are included in this mod file! The other elements are shown for the sake of context. This is an adaptation of wolsik's work. His wings were raster images which used Loader scripting. I've traced them to vectors and packaged them as a vanilla import for the sake of runtime...
  7. stuntcock

    Chrysalis Wings - Small 1.0

    Only the wings are included in this mod file! The other elements are shown for the sake of context. This is an adaptation of wolsik's work. His wings were raster images which used Loader scripting. I've traced them to vectors and packaged them as a vanilla import for the sake of runtime...
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