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That's odd; even when logged in, I do still have Under The Crossbones...
One can always hope. :doff
The name "Gentlemen of Fortune" refers to various versions of PiratesAhoy! Community modpacks.
But the Eras mod is in no way related to us. :no
Have you got any clue why that notice banner shows only for me when I'm NOT logged in?
As soon as I do log in here, it vanishes. o_O
That does sound very plausible, @Talisman. :onya2
Nice texture work there, @Grey Roger! :cat
Totally possible. The four current ones are named as they are for:
@Marki: Are you able to link those uploads to the main mod?
Age of Pirates 2: Gentlemen of Fortune mod
A lot of those "detail GMs" can be found in VCO.
If I recall, that is where Seb originally got them from.
@Jack Rackham probably has a lot of that...
That is indeed true for some of the options, but not for all of them.
It's admittedly a bit confusing.... Basically, anything that affects...
That's cool! Might be a different version from the stock AoP one then; I doubt that one had a visible cabin.
So that's bonus. :g1
It can be done...
Don't the battleship have mod-added "_deck.gm" files including extra detail?
A lot of the Stock PotC ships do, but I don't remember if that...
Brilliant, @Grey Roger!
I think the main reason why we removed her is because we thought the model was fairly underdetailed and her texture was...
It indeed means exactly that.
Truth be told, using 'PChar.Skill' is quite bad practice I reckon. Better to use the proper function calls.
@pedrwyth: The purpose of this variable is that if you have Commerce > 5, you can trade with ANY hostile merchant, but for worse prices.
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