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If you're a mod author that has played Torchlight 2 on Steam and have just bought the GOG version, you might be alarmed to see that when you load GUTS your mods aren't showing up. Don't worry! Nothing has happened to them, they're just in the Steam version's folder. If you want to transfer your mod files, here's what you need to do:

1. Go to your Steam version's installation folder.

2. You should see a "mods" folder. Copy it.

3. Go to your GOG version's installation folder.

4. Paste the "mods" folder into it.

5. You should now be ready to continue modding! If you launch GUTS, all of the mods you worked on with the Steam version should now be listed.

Please note that this only applies to mods you have worked on. Installed mods are in a different folder, and do not need to be transferred between versions.

I hope this helps!
I haven't played this in about a year, I think.

As far as I can tell, you need a Steam copy of TL2 to access Workshop-published mods, but anyone should be able to cross-post them elsewhere. Is that how it works? If there an official home for mods outside of Steam mod subscriptions?

I wrote three mods back then that I use in conjunction as my personal version of the vanilla game mode:

http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=176994500 (Anti-one-shotting - Player and enemy alike live longer on Veteran and below; enemies have 2x health and deal 85% damage)
http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=175318602 (Skill cooldown mod)
http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=166491017 (Potion mod - more sustainy, less bursty.)

There was some trial-and-error and some skills I worked on more than others, but I tried to make sure that everything actually does damage, and that skills are more clearly differentiated between DPS and burst. The three mods work well together, but cleanly separate out thematically in a coherent way, so I didn't upload them as a bundle at any point.

I'll probably get around to digging this out and re-uploading it where anyone can use it later. I don't even remember how the GUTS interface and file packages work anymore, though...

If anyone decides to branch these mods for some fine tuning in the same spirit, I'd like to hear about it. (Also, my custom potion icons are garbage, lulz)
There are some listed here
http://www.nexusmods.com/torchlight2/mods/searchresults/?

such as SynergiesMOD
But there are like a total of 10 files/mods listed on the nexus. No idea what third party site might be the biggest for Torchlight 2 mods tho.
Post edited May 25, 2016 by Topken
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Topken: There are some listed here
http://www.nexusmods.com/torchlight2/mods/searchresults/?

such as SynergiesMOD
But there are like a total of 10 files/mods listed on the nexus. No idea what third party site might be the biggest for Torchlight 2 mods tho.
http://www.runicgamesfansite.com/vbdownloads.php

This link seems more official. Nexus seems like site that isn't very game-specific or publisher-specific. Really old games might go there for a lack of an official home site, but others not as much.

The Steam integration is pretty intense to the point of it being a pain to shop elsewhere. :(
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Topken: There are some listed here
http://www.nexusmods.com/torchlight2/mods/searchresults/?

such as SynergiesMOD
But there are like a total of 10 files/mods listed on the nexus. No idea what third party site might be the biggest for Torchlight 2 mods tho.
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mothwentbad: http://www.runicgamesfansite.com/vbdownloads.php

This link seems more official. Nexus seems like site that isn't very game-specific or publisher-specific. Really old games might go there for a lack of an official home site, but others not as much.

The Steam integration is pretty intense to the point of it being a pain to shop elsewhere. :(
The nexus is a staple when it comes to the likes of Skyrim and Fallout 4 along with Fallout 3 and ?New Vegas so its not a unknown site in the least. They even have the well known Nexus Mod Manager as well.
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mothwentbad: http://www.runicgamesfansite.com/vbdownloads.php

This link seems more official. Nexus seems like site that isn't very game-specific or publisher-specific. Really old games might go there for a lack of an official home site, but others not as much.

The Steam integration is pretty intense to the point of it being a pain to shop elsewhere. :(
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Topken: The nexus is a staple when it comes to the likes of Skyrim and Fallout 4 along with Fallout 3 and ?New Vegas so its not a unknown site in the least. They even have the well known Nexus Mod Manager as well.
They're also the official home for Witcher 3 mods. Nexus Mods is easily one of the most popular modding sites, if not the most popular.
http://www.runicgamesfansite.com/vbdownloads.php?do=download&downloadid=649
http://www.nexusmods.com/torchlight2/mods/14?

I decided to post all three combined. I didn't feel like updating the individual mods, and they were designed for joint use anyway. For some reason, Nexus Mods requires you to ZIP or RAR it before upload, which is annoying.
Old thread, but since you mention my site (RGF) I thought I would mention we've got a nice Steam Workshop alternative at Runic Games Fansite these days, by the name of ModDrop (www.moddrop.com). It contains all the mods that RGF contains and has loads of features for anyone who wants more advanced control over their mods, like mod packs and loadouts. Plus any version of TL1 and TL2 is compatible. :)
Post edited November 01, 2017 by Webbstre