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List of spells?


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#1 -Czacki-

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Posted 15 February 2012 - 09:32 AM

is there any list of spells available for this mod? 200+ seems a lot...

Are they well-balanced, or are just mostly under/overpowered like in The Darkest Days?

#2 Maanape

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Posted 29 April 2013 - 05:12 PM

I wish to know if there is some way to get information about the spells in this mod. The info link here in SHS and the BWP pdf both say it has 275 spells, and I wonder how many of them are new ones, and how many are revised old ones.This could be useful to know which ones overlap with TDD's ones, an so on. Does someone have some spell list, or something? It should be really nice.



#3 The Imp

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Posted 30 April 2013 - 01:12 AM

One way to get the information is to open the mods .tra file with Notepad.


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#4 Maanape

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Posted 30 April 2013 - 06:56 AM

I did it, but there are less than fifteen new spell descriptions there. Then I looked in the ctb's core tp2, and realized almost all of its spells are just copied directly, without patching the name or description. Thus I installed it in a dummy folder just to look the spells with NI, and various spells are actually original ones, just revised (like cure light wounds, and such). Besides, all spells together sum less than 275. There's 88 in the "nostring" folder, another 43 in the "translate", and a few scathered in various folders. So I thought it's better to ask, since I'm trying to figure out if it's worth to install the mod, instead of having to installing it just to find out it doesn't have what I want.





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