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  • Skatan
    Hello sir. I've understood you are somewhat of a guru when it comes to modding. I've googled for an hour now trying to find a fairly simple instruction to using nearinfinity to create kits, but to no avail. I've found some intructions of course but they often rely on me having previous knowledge.

    So, my question is if you know of any good newbie guides or instructions, specifically for kit creation? I mean simple enough that even a dimwitted buffoon like me can understand them.

    Thanks in advance. You don't have to answer unless you want to of course.
    September 20
    • subtledoctor
      subtledoctor
      You can't really add new kits in NI. I mean you can, but it just involves adding rows/columns to a ton of .2da files, and adding text strings for the kit name/description to dialog.tlk. The proper way to add new kits is with Weidu, and you can find a very thorough tutorial here:
      https://forums.beamdog.com/discussion/34119/how-to-making-kit-mods-for-the-ee/p1
    • Skatan
      Skatan
      Thanks mate! hadn't understood the difference between Weidu and NI.