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TrissCompanion mod updated to 1.12
Thank You!
 
TrissCompanion mod updated to 1.12
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3axqSlhNHOOQW5ESG1zaW5yMGM/view?usp=sharing

(Although I didn't test it a whole lot, just merged the code with the 1.12 code and it seems to work just fine. If Triss' scene file was updated it might break stuff, haven't checked out if the file was updated, but it's probably unlikely.)

And heres a 1.12 debug console enabler dll for those that want it.
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3axqSlhNHOOVTd1bkpETmN6Y1E/view?usp=sharing

Exactly how does this mod work?
I've placed the extracted folder into The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt\mods.
The next time I launched the game a red window popped up with some scrip messages.
I just brought Ciri back to Kaer Morhen, Triss arrived too but when I click "Talk" on her nothing happens.
 
Try talking to Triss when her default dialogue (where you can talk about topics like "How do you feel?" or "Been in Novigrad long?") is available, then it should have two new options - "let's go" and to kiss her (only if romanced):
- after completing Count Reuven's Treasure and before starting A Matter of Life and Death
- in Final Preparations after Blindingly Obvious, in the Chameleon
- in Battle Preparations on the boat
When she only says "Well?", such as in the empress ending epilogue, you can enable the default dialogue with the command addfact(triss_dd_start). To make other NPCs or even creatures followers, you can use the console commands added by the mod, as explained in this post.
 
How did you turn her hair into this colour? :w00t:
I vertex painted the hair mesh in Blender and played around with the many XML file settings and it took a lot of trial and error... a lot. I started out trying to recreate TW2 hair but it wasn't working out. The current modded version is closer to Triss' hair color in the first game but with a different hair style of course. You can get the beta here and some more shots.
 
I vertex painted the hair mesh in Blender and played around with the many XML file settings and it took a lot of trial and error... a lot. I started out trying to recreate TW2 hair but it wasn't working out. The current modded version is closer to Triss' hair color in the first game but with a different hair style of course. You can get the beta here and some more shots.

Do you think you could paint those hairstyles too? I like how they look, but unfortunately they're not RED, I think it would be nice if they were as red as Triss's original hair in The Witcher 3 , because a lot of Reshades darken the image as does the Darker nights mod.

I can't mod for shite, but if you can and want to, it would be focking amazing!

 

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Do you think you could paint those hairstyles too? I like how they look, but unfortunately they're not RED, I think it would be nice if they were as red as Triss's original hair in The Witcher 3 , because a lot of Reshades darken the image as does the Darker nights mod.

I can't mod for shite, but if you can and want to, it would be focking amazing!

I love those shots. Triss looks amazing. :wub: I wouldn't change anything about the first one.

It's easy to paint but the problem is finding the right color values to use for the variance and specular colors and this is a very tedious process of trial and error. Those values are entered in a separate text file that also tells the game which textures the mesh uses. I don't think the default values work well together with the beige, light gray mixed in with the red and I would have to find new ones if I were to do this.

Most SweetFX/Reshade presets offset the game's warm tone and since Triss' hair is a warm color (red) it's greatly affected and appears darker. Also, the game uses strange lighting in some places and will turn Geralt's hair light blond for example. So as you see there are all kinds of variables to contend with.

I'm on a break from the game right now and it could be a while before I could look at the problem a little closer - no guarantees. I also want to finish my own Triss hair mod and that would come first before taking on another project.
 
I love those shots. Triss looks amazing. I wouldn't change anything about the first one.

I really love them too, I was not a fan of the witcher 2 hairstyle which apparently came to stay, keep in mind though that the first one is kinda misleading :cool: , there was a candle right in front of me which made the hair a lot redder. This is how it looks on the sun.


It's easy to paint but the problem is finding the right color values to use for the variance and specular colors and this is a very tedious process of trial and error. Those values are entered in a separate text file that also tells the game which textures the mesh uses. I don't think the default values work well together with the beige, light gray mixed in with the red and I would have to find new ones if I were to do this.

hm, I thought it would be something like using a brush tool in a special program or something.. I'll see if I can watch some tutorials, try to learn it, I really want to start moding something, thanks anyway :rambo:
 

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I really love them too, I was not a fan of the witcher 2 hairstyle which apparently came to stay, keep in mind though that the first one is kinda misleading :cool: , there was a candle right in front of me which made the hair a lot redder. This is how it looks on the sun.
I see. That's an example of the strange lighting I mentioned. Sometimes in shadows it will just go red :crazy: This is a bigger problem for those who went with chestnut. You're better off going with a red because for whatever reason the game seems hell-bent on turning her hair red whenever it can. But that's with the default hair mesh, I haven't tested the others. Shani and Cerys don't have this problem as far as I know.

hm, I thought it would be something like using a brush tool in a special program or something.. I'll see if I can watch some tutorials, try to learn it, I really want to start moding something, thanks anyway :rambo:
Yes, you have to paint the hair mesh with your choice of base color and some highlights with 3D modeling software but that's the easy part. I used Blender for this, it's free and you can find all kinds of tutorials to help you learn it.
 
thank you!

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Can I transfer this MOD to our Chinese forum? I will declare and express the original author and address, I just want more people to play this mod thank you!
 
You may want to ask @Sarcen (who is unfortunately not visiting this forum frequently nowadays), but I guess there would be no problem with uploading it to another forum if the author is properly credited.
 
You may want to ask @Sarcen (who is unfortunately not visiting this forum frequently nowadays), but I guess there would be no problem with uploading it to another forum if the author is properly credited.

I still lurk all the time. Just post a lot less frequent. And I really don't care about what people do with the mod, so yeah, if he wants to upload it elsewhere, he can go right ahead.
 
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