To ensure compatibility this mod incorporates 3 earlier mods released separately: Bishop's Romance, MotB-Mule Pack and Requiem-MotB. If you have these mods currently installed, please DELETE them before installing this package.
This mod is designed to work with the NWN2-OC and the MotB expansion pack. Due to the nature of the Electron Engine, the mod will be incompatible with any other mod using the same NWN2-OC files. Any and all mods for NWN2-OC-MotB that will want to use the same files and want to maintain the compatibility are free to take the OC-MotB files modified by this mod and apply further changes to them.
The following three mods are fan-made modifications for NWN2-OC that now have been incorporated in the The Romance Pack for NWN2 OC-MotB.
Bishop's Romance (updated and included in the Romance Pack)
This is a modification for the NWN2-OC that adds new dialogues, expansions to the existing dialogues and the flirt-pack for Bishop. Flirt-packs are accessed via the main question menu, where the new option (Flirt with Bishop) will appear. The flirts differ between Act II and Act III. Two or three talks are 'hidden' and will appear if certain events occurred and you tried to flirt with Bishop. You do not have to be evil-aligned or have high influence with Bishop to romance him. The mod does not modify the influence over the character, in order not to upset the game's balance. The last meeting with Bishop still requires high influence with him to eventually obtain a different conclusion. The first lines of NWN-style talks are voiced, and the cutscenes are fully voiced.
OC Companions in MotB (updated and included in the Romance Pack)
The OC Companions in MotB is a simple hack that lets you add any companion from the OC to your MoTB party. No role-playing capacity, just purely pack-mule and combat thing.
The Requiem (updated and included in the Romance Pack)
The Requiem is a tiny add-on that adds a number of dialogue options to Ammon Jerro’s conversation about the OC companions in MotB. The options allow the PC to express his or her grief over the character’s deaths or hope that those who survive are faring well, and, if they have at least 3 levels of cleric, to say a Prayer for the Dead.