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Mage Belt Buckle Color Change

This is probably the most asinine post here, but what's up with human male mages and their belt buckles?

I started a new game of BG1 today and made my standard human male sorcerer and he had a ugly brown belt buckle. No matter how many times I changed his colors, the buckle remained brown. I tried making the character multiple times, still a brown buckle. I thought they used to have nice silver ones.

Just to be sure I wasn't crazy, I loaded my LAST BG1 save from a previous run and lo and behold, a silver belt buckle! I took off all his gear to be sure - and yes it's silver.

I've attached a screen shot. On the left is the new character with the brown buckle and the left the older save with the silver.

Like I said, changing colors doesn't do squat. Does anyone know what's up here?

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lolien

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  • byrne20byrne20 Member Posts: 291
    edited May 19
    Is the guy in red also a Sorcerer? I think the belt buckle color changes depending on what mage specialization that you pick. i just tried myself and the wild mage gets a multi color belt. And a necromancer gets like a white colored belt.

    Baptorlolien
  • Humanoid_TaifunHumanoid_Taifun Member Posts: 963
    Besides the 2 color settings you can alter within the game, there are 3 more color settings for you to play with in EE-Keeper - Armor, leather and metal. However, these three will be overwritten if you wear armor or clothing.

    BaptorDJKajuru
  • BaptorBaptor Member Posts: 184
    byrne20 wrote: »
    Is the guy in red also a Sorcerer? I think the belt buckle color changes depending on what mage specialization that you pick. i just tried myself and the wild mage gets a multi color belt. And a necromancer gets like a white colored belt.

    They are both sorcerers. That's very interesting though, and I want to try it out.
    Besides the 2 color settings you can alter within the game, there are 3 more color settings for you to play with in EE-Keeper - Armor, leather and metal. However, these three will be overwritten if you wear armor or clothing.

    You're right! I was able to change it to silver in EE Keeper. And just by-the-by, if you ever want to get a color scheme and keep it even while wearing different robes, you can use the "More Styles for Mages" mod - it's a must have for me especially in BG2.

    lolien
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