Star Wars Conquest is a Mount&Blade module which transforms a medieval world into the far, far away galaxy... with the same premises than the original game, this module offers an open sandbox where the player can do anything he wants. Based on a Galactic map and hundreds of planets.
We just posted Star Wars Conquest 0.9.0.2 which is primarily a bug-fix for the random crashes on the world map that could corrupt save games.
This should be saved game compatible, however, if your saved game is already corrupted then you will need to start a new one, sorry about the trouble.
Thanks to the following people for their help on this version, please let me know if I missed anybody:
HokieBT - attempted to fix the random crashes on the world maps, some other bug fixes like 2-handed weapons should now appear in shops, and a few other minor changes. Swyter - improved the ship controls for the space battles at the training academy trygve55 - created LOD's for the battledroid and stormtrooper models to help with performance Vector - reduced the tree's and improved the AI path on the Yavin IV quick battle scene
Note: This is primarily trying to fix the random crashes that corrupt saved games. This may not solve ALL the problems with random crashes, since we think some crashes may be due to some performance problems having a lot of higher-poly models in a scene, etc. So please post any issues or suggestions in this thread or our external forum.
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