This is a simple tool that lets you go beyond (or below) the regular slider in Blade & Soul. Supports all character sliders in the game. Proof below with the breast slider max limit increased from 1.0 (20) to 2.0 (40). Download & Instructions Thanks to @tinker we now have an easy-to-use tool to modify the game's slider limits. v0.2 which came out in April will also automatically detect the game and relevant baseaddresses, meaning you no longer need to change that value manually every time the game is patched. v0.2 Download >>> [click me] Instructions >>> can be found in the following post (the tool linked in that post itself is outdated, use the 0.2 version posted above, but the usage instructions are still valid): Blade & Soul Slider Mod - (Permanently) Increased Slider Limits History This 'project' started when @aakamrua posted a preliminary method on how to go beyond the slider limits in the game using CheatEngine. The only problem was that every time you swapped costumes, went into another area or did anything at all these values were reset, resulting in a complicated and lengthy if not slightly inconvenient process. Months later someone made a tool named bnsdat which allowed one to de- and re-compile the files with .dat and .bin extensions in the Blade & Soul folder, where all the modifiable data is stored. Together with Tinker we found out which file within which .dat file contained the game's slider limits, what value affected what body part, and how easily modify them using ronny's tool. Later on tinker made a simple standalone tool to achieve the same result. It updates the game's slider limits in real-time through just a few clicks, which is the method we use now. Now this tool does use a memory/.dll injection to change the game's values so it may be registered a hack at some point in the future. As this point though (summer 2016) no one has to our knowledge been banned for using it. If you want to play it 100% safe you can edit the game's xml.dat file instead. This file is found in the \BnS\contents\Local\NCWEST\data folder. With the help of the bnsdat tool you can extract this file, edit the slider values, and recompile it. The file within xml.dat that you'll need to edit is named characterdefvaluedata.xml, and can be found within the xml.dat\engine subset. See the guide here: [Guide] Blade & Soul: Increased Sliders & xml.dat modding | Undertow. Pros & Cons (Tinker's Slider Tool): + Very convenient and easy to use + Changes show by just swapping costumes + Can save a default profile for auto-loading a modified preset + Supported for many client versions - Uses a .dll injection (detected by GameGuard); may be considered as a malicious tool in the future and cause bans. Pros & Cons (manual xml.dat editing): + Changes not detected by Gameguard, 100% safe to use. + Permanent changes - Will need to replace xml.dat & relaunch the game every time you want to try out different sizes - The modified xml.dat file will need to be drag-dropped into its respective folder each time the game is launched (after file check) since launcher bypasses are no longer supported. - xml.dat changes its structure with nearly every major patch. Past changes will often need to be redone. - Tedious file editing Tips Different values may look great or horrible depending on your race and the costume you are wearing. Some races/costumes simply have better polygon counts than others, and there is nothing we can do about this. Generally there are only so many increments you can do on something before it looks like crap. Changes are only visible to you (client-side), but may also affect other characters on your screen. It is advised to not use the in-game PrtScrn screenshot function as NC can track modded clients through that. Instead use a tool like Fraps or something. Don't post screenshots of (obviously) modded content on the official forums or sites, or mentioning such content in places frequented by the NCSoft staff (e.g. BnS official forum, dojo, reddit) The idea is that the staff -generally- doesn't care about such "harmless" hacks, but if prompted with it directly they are obliged to take action. Works really well with the [One-Click Costume Replacer] so I can definitely recommend that.