Wow. I really got an impression from your mod... Of course the designed stuffs, and lots of features... I am sorry to say this... May I use your stuff in my mod??? If you permit me I would appreciate to you. I beg you. I want to make mod like your amazing mod.
Actually, to decide on this request I need some more information about your mod project.
Also you should know that some of the items in ReMo do have issues with WFAS and need to be replaced for the next major release.
Oh.... I see.. I just need resources "project 34" and "burgonet 2"..
And almost I want to make my mod about Carladia in 16c. Almost same with yours.
However, my mod contains 15c~17c and I just want to release my mod in my country Korea.
Please... I do want to hear good news from you ....
That's good news. I have some friends over there. And I wanted to make a tribute for them. I wanted to change one of the Companions to be a Korean Lancer and Engineer. The Korean Lancers were awesome in that period. Geobukseon, too!
So let me hear what I can suggest to you:
Do you know how to model and texture? You could contribute a model of a Korean Lancer's armour.
... and you could make a Korean translation of ReMo for Korean players. It would be more efficient and fulfilling than making another one about the same period in Calradia.
(BerTolkien made a French one, Kudos to him for that
What do you think about it?
MC_RIBS, that is an awesome progress.
I am very excited to see how this building turns out after texturing.
And it is giving me already some idea for the scenes. For example, this could easily be built somewhere like Veluca. We could take the current scene of Veluca and place it in Replacement of some other building. Hence, Calradia trotting adventurers knowing the place from Native will recognise the city but will feel that things evolved naturally since 13th century. They'll feel the time shift even more as a such. Lovely.
I'll contact you in the next couple of days. Hopefully I have some resources about town buildings we can put in by then.
Things turn out for the better, recently.