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The test version of xLord.exe is now available as a .rar file and makes use of the .NET runtime available from Microsoft.
If you don't have the runtime, you can download it using the link provided and following the image below.
This is a very limited version as of now, a lot of UI stuff isn't even working yet, including hotkeys.
I have included 1.4.1 source files from Bannerlord in the .rar file, these files are currently supported/required for editing. You don't even need the game installed to create a lord overhaul with the .rar file provided. The Tools/Options window allows you to set the path to this 1.4.1 file folder, by default the path is pointed at the default installation path of Steam and Bannerlord.
Using these separate source files is actually a good idea so you can replace the files in the game without causing any import issues in the process (you can import edited source files as source files).
You should expect the possibility of crippling bugs and potentially losing all of your work because of an update. I don't recommend making mods with this tool yet because of that. However, I have printed a very simple lord overhaul using the tool and project saving seems to be working fine, so this version should be stable enough to assist with lord editing if you wish to use it that way.
Where is my project file?
xLord creates an "xLord" folder in your documents folder on your user path that stores new project files.
The xLord folder also contains the output folder for exported .xml files.
Known quirks and bugs
- You can do anything, easily create .xml's with this tool that will not work, for example: making a character's age equal "bananas"
- There are blank fields on minor characters, special use cases not addressed during import, editing should still work for export
- The app exports 4 files but only 2 contain useful data, you only need lords.xml and heroes.xml, clan editing and kingdom not done
- The app can crash silently because of very little exception handling on my part