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Rodrian

If I slightly mod my BG EE, can I still plan to import my save to SoD and BG II next, or do we know, that it will not work for sure?

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  • If I slightly mod my BG EE, can I still plan to import my save to SoD and BG II next, or do we know, that it will not work for sure?
    November 8
    • ThacoBell
      ThacoBell
      It depends. Modded classes and kits can't be imported, as the kitlist entries are different resource numbers between each game. If you are playing BGEE+SoD (rather than as separate installs) you will transfer over automatically and it won't matter. But if you're using a mod added class or kit, you can't import.
    • Rodrian
      Rodrian
      . .and what about BG II? Rather than interfere in classes and such stuff, I prefer to install only "flavour" mods, like NPC Project or Tweaks Anthology or Banters or else. . these are my main concern.
    • ThacoBell
      ThacoBell
      No, the only thing that would break imports is new classes or kits. You can even install mods that modify existing kits, so long as that mod is on both games.
    • Rodrian
      Rodrian
      Thanks ThacoBell! This forum should be very grateful to have you :>
    • ThacoBell
      ThacoBell
      Nah, I'm nothing special.