Introducing the Ishlilka mod for BG!
--If you have a previous version of this mod, you must uninstall it before installing this latest version.--
Ishlilka is a newly trained Wizard Slayer that has come to this part of the Sword Coast to prove herself worthy to her father and his band of reputable mercenaries. Noble at heart, and up alone against a strange foe, she willingly takes up your cause in exchange for aid in her own.
What you can expect:
At least two banters with every companion in BG1.
A friendship and romance path.
A unique quest for BG1 and SOD.
Various interjections at different points in the game.
A balanced front liner with a unique ranged weapon.
Should be fully compatible with other BG1/SOD mods.
This is the Full Version, it should be functional but there still remain the minor possibility of bugs. Please inform me if so.
This mod was made for BG:EE with SOD installed. I don't know what will happen if you add it to a vanilla BG:EE install. You may just get an "installed with warnings" and it will be fine. You may open up a portal to the Hells. I can not be held responsible for such reckless acts. (I will post a standalone BG:EE version in the comments sooneventuallyish)
She can be found at the grounds of the Friendly Arm Inn.
Romance is available to Half Orcs, Humans, and Half Elves, although Half Elves will have special difficulties.
Ishlilka will follow you into SOD only if she was with you for the final battle with Sarevok and you export your game.
If you failed to complete her quest in BG1 but brought her into SOD, you need to talk to her if you want to start her next quest.
The plot will get thicker and the quests will get juicier in BG2/TOB
1) Install into game directory.
2) Take the ishlilkamod-setup.exe and ishlilkamod-setup.tp2 out of the mod folder and into game directory.
3) start the setup executable.
If you have any suggestions, comments, tips on how I can improve it, reasons why I suck, please let me know.
Special thanks to every modder who has ever made a tutorial as well as a certain trio of gibberlings whose advice was invaluable.