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How to edit the cultural style of units?

Discussion in 'Civ6 - Creation & Customization' started by cometheart, Sep 25, 2017.

  1. cometheart

    cometheart Chieftain

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    Recently I have subscribed several new civilization mods, including Gungye's Korea Civilization, Isukaci's Manchuria, Sukritact's Siam: Ramkhamhaeng. I like those mods very much, but there is something very troubling:

    In those mods, the cultural styles of units are all European, but they are all Asian civilizations.
    Here is an example: The pikemen of Korea looks European.
    https://photos.app.goo.gl/LYy6LBMHVMOzIKf22

    And this is what an Asian pikeman is supposed to look like
    https://photos.app.goo.gl/IaDwagSuG7xgxchp2

    How to correct the cultural style of those new civ units?
     
    Last edited: Sep 25, 2017
  2. cometheart

    cometheart Chieftain

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    Could you see the photos?
     
  3. cometheart

    cometheart Chieftain

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    Maybe there is a solution:

    Create a special mod, this mod will define the cultural styles of all new civ units and if a new civ mod file is in conflits wiith this mod, this cultural style mod will always load after the new civ mods, thus overwrite the cultural styles of a new civ mod.

    then how to edit the loading order of mods so mod A always load after mod B and mod C?
     
  4. Wolfdog

    Wolfdog Unit Butcher

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    From memory there are quite a few art styles defined in the game settings but only 7 (8 if you include 'any') are in the art files. Although it is not hard to add your own art styles to the .artdefs, it is tedious as there is no SQL.

    The cultures in the artdef are Any, East Asian, Mughal, Mediterranean, Northern Europe, North Africa, South America and South Africa. You should be able to just add those civs to the East Asian art style.
     

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