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I'm making a request that either a 4th option be added to the 'Friendly Random Drops' component of the 'Convinience Tweaks' section in the 'IWD Tweak Pack', or a seperate mod entirely be made, that causes all possible random loot pieces be available from their source. I hate this RNG loot system, it is not fun, and even the current work-arounds offered in the tweak pack are not enough. I don't care how game breaking or OP it may be, and I have little care for immersion. I want to enjoy the game, and to me that means not being denied an item through chance and limitation, or knowing that because I chose this item, those other items are now denied to me. Even an alteration to the vendor in Kuldahar would be awesome. Give me the option to outright buy all the other items I could have possibly received, instead of replacing the item I did get, once, and never again.
Hi everyone, My name's Enrique, I'm writing from Madrid in Spain, and this is my first post here. Yesterday I bought the D&D bundle from GOG.com and decided to mod BGI&II, following the tips in a Destructoid article. I haven't been able to do it yet, due to what seem to be inter-mod compatibility issues. I've given up on some of the most elaborate stuff (I don't really need the fan-made content, although it'd be nice to have the Unfinished Business patches for both games, and the widescreen mod seems I can live without), but even at a very basic stage I have that kind of trouble. After installing both games (to a folder outside "C:\Program files"), patching BGI with its fixpack and text update, patching BGII with this fixpack and then installing BGT-WeiDU, I tried to install the tweak pack and the Windows console only popped up for like a second, seeming to do nothing (which seems to mean that there's a conflict with something I've already installed, if I'm not mistaken). So I uninstalled the fixpack, then tried to install the tweak pack again, and sure enough, this time did it. Only now I try to install the fixpack, and the same happens, which seems to mean that they are mutually exclusive. Are they, and I am supposed to know this? In this case, just excuse my faulty research. If it isn't supposed to happen, I would like to know how to solve it and get both installed, since the fixpack's fixes seem to be rather important but I also want the tweak pack, mostly because of the ability to stack items, among others. Thank you for reading