“What's this chant I hear about Vrocks not havin' wings or bein' able ta carry weapons? I dare ya ta tell it ta this one, berk!”
Bioware's Vrock creature has undergone some changes since its first appearance in NWN.
The revised version comes with: wings, weapon usage, new menacing poses, a not-so-fresh portrait and a slightly adjusted model.
This is the first time I've delved into modelling/animating, comments are always welcome.
Also take a peak at the ReadMe file for some additional information and the credits.
It's hard to say what the exact problem is, but if you included all the files then it should work properly.
The 2DA change would only go as far as replacing your line 101 with my line 101. That's it. :o
Posted by Delmoth at 2006-07-18 16:55:29 Voted 10.00 on 07/18/06
I have to say that it is a very well done model.
I'm having problems with the wings though. My module uses a custom appearance.2da for other custom creatures. I copied the vrock line in your appearance.2da into the appropriate place in my appearance.2da and it will no longer let me attach the wings.
Does anyone have any suggestions as to what the problem might be?
Posted by DarthKobold at 2006-07-07 14:02:21 Voted 10.00 on 07/07/06
Really cool looking!
Posted by Nizeil at 2006-06-20 11:20:38 Voted 9.00 on 06/20/06
Very nice! _________________________ It's not important what you achieve in your life. What is important is that what you leave behind when you die.
Posted by RoadWyrm at 2006-06-11 00:21:46 Voted 9.25 on 06/11/06
Not as dynamic as I hoped for but defintly the best Vrock model Iv seen yet. Its nice that it can have any of the wings and a weapon..nothing like a Vroc with butterfly wings.
The movements are great and the old "twitching" is gone but instead they seem more like body guards with thier arms crossed...do Vrocks even have hands?...technically?
Its always surprised me that no ones made a Vroc helmet.
Posted by shapechanger at 2006-06-10 13:15:04 Voted 10.00 on 06/10/06
Looks good in move and fight (especialy armed) and is a lot more impressive then his forerunner. Great work.