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Favorite Character Model

Discussion in 'BG2: Throne of Bhaal (Classic)' started by Elwithral Irenicus, Jan 21, 2009.

  1. Elwithral Irenicus Gems: 20/31
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    [​IMG] When I initially had the idea for this thread, I was only considering paper dolls. But now that I think about it, we can incorporate some other models in too, for all you Shadowkeepers and such who love to look like a Cowled Wizard, or Jon Irenicus.

    So, I'll start.. My favorite paper doll model is the elven thief (preferably with armour on for the hood). I wish that the model always had a hood though.

    But when I'm Shadowkeepering, I love to look like a Shadow Thief. The little shifty, crouchy ones who are all dark and scary. I had a Mage/Thief character that fit this model perfectly, so I just whipped it on him. It even has a casting animation that's pretty sweet too. I can't stand when you find a good model and they are lacking animations.

    So, anyone else? :) Feel free to add some stories behind your choices too.
     
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    My favorite are the mage dolls. I especially like the dwarf mage even if a Dwarf can't be a mage of any kind. I'm also a fan of female elven thieves. In my opinion a paper doll looks best in its highest form of armor. Ex A Fighter doll looks stupid while wearing leather, but sweet in plate mail. A Thief wearing the same leather armor looks pretty sweet. I think Elves, halflings, and male dwarves have the best paper dolls all around.
     
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    Annah. Nothing in BG saga compares.
     
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    If there was a beardless male human mage paperdoll/avatar I would love that! Not all human mages are supposed to support an ugly goatee!
     
  5. Minstrel Wandering Gems: 2/31
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    Fan of the "Hula Wizard" model here, dear friends.

    Had a playthrough as a Kensai-MU dual using the Darth Vader portrait & soundpack, it was more or less spot-on...
     
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