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I rebuilt the entire list of fan adventures w/ download links and reviews for the Witcher forums here:
http://forums.cdprojektred.com/threads/25995-TW1-Reviews-of-all-Fan-Made-Adventures?

If that may of use to anyone...
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bengeddes: I rebuilt the entire list of fan adventures w/ download links and reviews for the Witcher forums here:
http://forums.cdprojektred.com/threads/25995-TW1-Reviews-of-all-Fan-Made-Adventures?

If that may of use to anyone...
Yes! Thank you very much! Upvote for you :)
If anyone still plays TW1 and want to use mods mentioned in the OP. Here's the latest links as of the post date.

http://forums.cdprojektred.com/threads/29111-TW1-Mods-List-Updated-6-2014
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chautemoc: I don't really post here anymore but if someone wants to list me all the updated links, I will replace them in the OP.
http://forums.cdprojektred.com/threads/29111-TW1-Mods-List-Updated-6-2014 this may help
Post edited May 05, 2016 by allrpg
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allrpg: If anyone still plays TW1 and want to use mods mentioned in the OP. Here's the latest links as of the post date.

http://forums.cdprojektred.com/threads/29111-TW1-Mods-List-Updated-6-2014
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chautemoc: I don't really post here anymore but if someone wants to list me all the updated links, I will replace them in the OP.
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allrpg: http://forums.cdprojektred.com/threads/29111-TW1-Mods-List-Updated-6-2014 this may help
Thanks. I've linked this in my post. I will update my list to include universally recommended mods from this list with descriptions soonish.
Post edited May 18, 2016 by chautemoc
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allrpg: If anyone still plays TW1 and want to use mods mentioned in the OP. Here's the latest links as of the post date.

http://forums.cdprojektred.com/threads/29111-TW1-Mods-List-Updated-6-2014

http://forums.cdprojektred.com/threads/29111-TW1-Mods-List-Updated-6-2014 this may help
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chautemoc: Thanks. I've linked this in my post. I will update my list to include universally recommended mods from this list with descriptions soonish.
I'd appreciate it if you could update the broken link to the full list of adventures I posted HERE. This is a full list with download links and reviews.
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chautemoc: Thanks. I've linked this in my post. I will update my list to include universally recommended mods from this list with descriptions soonish.
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bengeddes: I'd appreciate it if you could update the broken link to the full list of adventures I posted HERE. This is a full list with download links and reviews.
Done. Great info!

I've also removed a couple dead links.
Anyone knows what happen to FCR and Flash Mod? All "official" links (nexus and moddb) are down. As well as mod team (ifrit.pl) site.
Or if no working link is there anyone who could privately send the file in a .zip ?. I have been going nuts trying to find it for a while now. hope to hear back soon.
I've been trying to find a working link to Flash Mod without any luck. I did found a mirror for the Full Combat Rebalance though. Not sure if I can link it here.
Hey guys. I downloaded the FCR mod just the other day on ModDB. Someone posted in the reply area a working download link. It should be only several posts down.

http://www.moddb.com/mods/full-combat-rebalance1

I have the flash mod saved in my witcher files that I keep a copy of. If someone needs it let me know. I've enjoyed using Rise of the White Wolf, the 2 HD texture mods, sword overhaul mod, perfect blood, scabbards and parts of the flash mod.




I just finished the Witcher 1 for the first time today after 74 hours. Now that I'm finished there I plan on starting another play through of Witcher 2. It'll be my 3rd time playing W2 and I look forward to making some different choices. And I'm doing all of this while still playing Witcher 3 at the same time. I finished the main story after 200+ hours and now I have started HoS. Its a lot of fun for me doing it this way and I've had a few happy coincidences while doing so.

-Minor spoiler maybe-
For example I had finally killed Azar Javed in the Witcher and a couple of days later while playing Witcher 3, I found a cave below Kaer Moren with a skeleton who had an old note on them that mentioned Azar Javed. :) I love these games and the way they are written and how they tie together being very consistent with the lore and stories.
Post edited July 30, 2016 by Coot
Can anyone walk me through installing the TexSettings.2da?

I know it gets mentioned in here but all I see is create/add to override folder but that doesn't really do anything. :P
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CthuluIsSpy: Does anyone know where I can find a copy of Full Combat Rebalance?
None of the main links work.
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Ramesses_: http://www.nexusmods.com/witcher/mods/237/?

http://www.moddb.com/mods/full-combat-rebalance1/downloads/full-combat-rebalance-v16
Both of those links are broken, unfortunately.
Hello, I'm wondering if there's a mod that allows Geralt to draw his sword more freely, and preferably also enter places without automatically putting it away - it's very annoying to draw your sword before going through a door knowing there are enemies inside, only to have to draw it again whilst they're hitting you.
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Dawnraz0r: Hello, I'm wondering if there's a mod that allows Geralt to draw his sword more freely, and preferably also enter places without automatically putting it away - it's very annoying to draw your sword before going through a door knowing there are enemies inside, only to have to draw it again whilst they're hitting you.
I think you may try Full Combat Rebalace

I wanna know if all of this people posting here bought the game from GOG.COM. Because it was frustrating for me to buy the original, official copy and then not be able to use the mod "Stuff that make Geralt´s life easier" which has an always all-item access, instead of going to the innkeeper´s storage, and other ones like seeing in the dark (I think). So I had to buy the official copy but use another one to use this MODS, because they were not compatible with my version
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Hi. I received The Witcher 3 for my birthday and have purchased The Witcher Enhanced Edition and sequel so I can get my head around the storyline and lore before enjoying the third installment, which I've heard is like, totally seminal................man.

I don't think I want to stray too far from the vanilla, and after a bit of research and leaning towards these mods -

Vanilla'ish Overhauls:

Rise of the White Wolf (although I've read some negative reviews from people i suspect are purists)

The Witcher Overhaul Project (which from what I can deduce is a more recent and ergo more 'polished' environmental texture overhaul than Texturen)

Hi Res Character Models (which i'm still umming an ahhing about, given I might have to merge it manually with RotWW and I just want to play the game to understand the series, not paint the sistine chapel)

Dontforceminreqs Low Res Texture Fix

Bug Fixes:

Han Gives Han NOT Berbercane

Missing Kalkstein and Leuvaarden Clues Fix

Leuvaarden Buys Salamandra Badges

Miscellaneous:

Sex Takes Time

Item Stacking and Equipment Slots Mod

Alchemy Mod - Better Color Coding

maybe Perfect Blood (and fix)

I would also like to install Flash's Mod so I can 'walk' but it's proving quite difficult to find (have found some alleged 1.0 versions but was hoping for a newer one, and I'm assuming it's been taken down because it's now CDProjekt's intellectual property on account of being included in the DVD version of EE).

So my questions, regarding the above, given that some of these mods are much newer than others does anyone know if mods like Rise of the White Wolf include bug fixes LIKE han not giving han and the missing Kalkstein and Leuvaarden clues? Of if it's new UI (specifically the inventory) addresses issues with item/equipment stacking, or with alchemy?

And I've read if merging RotWW with Hi Res Characters you need to manually delete 60 files from the latter. Can't you just install RotWW *after* Hi Res Characters and overwrite those 60 files when prompted? If the sole purpose of the merge is to keep the supposedly better double-ups from RotWW? (i'm assuming they're all named the same).

Also does anyone know if The Witcher Overhaul Project makes things like Perfect Moon and Perfect Rain perfectly redundant?

Cheers and thanks for you help.

Reamed
Post edited March 16, 2017 by ReamedBySteam