Erg Posted October 20, 2014 Share Posted October 20, 2014 Actually, it's optional in just the same way. If you want to play IWD-in-BG2, here's the process: 1) Install IWD 2) Install BG2 and run the IWD-in-BG2 converter. 3) If you want to play IWD-in-BG2, run the converted game. If you'd rather play vanilla IWD, run that instead. (Installing IWD-in-BG2 doesn't touch your IWD install.) If you want to play IWDEE, here's the process: 1) Install IWD 2) Install IWDEE. 3) If you want to play IWDEE, run that. If you'd rather play vanilla IWD, run that instead. (Installing IWDEE doesn't touch your IWD install.) In other words, neither IWD-in-BG2 nor IWDEE provide you with a copy of vanilla IWD, and neither IWD-in-BG2 nor IWDEE prevent you from acquiring a copy of vanilla IWD and playing it. I would agree with the above if IWDEE were just IWD + an enhanced version of IWD-in-BG2. Unfortunately, if BG:EE is any indication, IWD:EE will include also a lot of other stuff that I don't want. Yes, in theory I could mod that stuff out, but it would be very time consuming and unnecessary as "IWD" + "IWD-in-BG2" + "other selected exiting mods" already do what I want. To reiterate, it would be a pity if this mod were to be discontinued just because IWD:EE exists. Link to comment
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