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I'm probably not going to change the Mordor Trolls, no.
Do you have nothing better to do?
What a dumb question!
We don't know.
Not yet. But there is a server to play it on. :P
As we've explained in the past, the amount of work technically remaining can't be correlated to a potential release date. If we were to have 3 to 4 weeks in which we could work full time on this, we'd have released last month. But we only have a few hours a week tops, so despite being quite close, it's going to take time.
This game does not work like Skyrim. You can't run more than one mod at a time, they're generally not 'compatible'.
Are you afraid that we're conning you with pretty renders and no in-game progress? :P
We're not. At this point Gondor and Mordor are functionally complete, with Rohan and Isengard being close. It's just a matter of finding the time for the final (for this version anyway) sprint.
Still, I understand your sentiment. I'll look into some way to show some gameplay footage. No promises though.
So who was this man?
At this point, I think RoR is getting pretty annoyed at the constant offering of art direction by people that are not him. I certainly would be.
Oh, really? Yeah, that's the problem then.
Are you ever going to stop asking for release dates? We'd appreciate it.
Yes, and it'll also make sure everything looks the same.
The easiest way would be to just pull the models from Conquest, wouldn't it? Here's a tip: art isn't about what the easiest option is. If it were, we'd all be drawing stick figures forever.
The same way everyone else has been doing it for years?
Ever heard of posting links?
How is Immersive Middle-earth related to this problem?
Legolas and Uruk-hai models were not changed in the current public version. Have you tried reinstalling the mod?
I think they'll look fine on the horse skeleton. You can make a few new idles that emphasize them moving their horns, doing goat stuff. Wouldn't be a time-consuming job.
And another round of downvotes. Eh.