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.

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Opinionator Jul 10 2012 says:

Ooh that looks cool.

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MagicalPaladin Jul 10 2012 says:

awsome !

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JediXaiviar Jul 10 2012 says:

That is like... spot on!!!

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Swyter Jul 10 2012 says:

And wait for the shaders. The current "look" is a placeholder.
Just admire Vector's world-building abilities. :)

Shaders will spice it up quite a bit, you'll see,... folks.

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Darigaaz Jul 10 2012 says:

**** yeah, THAT'S what I'm talking about! Nice work!!!!

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Kyle_K_ski Jul 10 2012 says:

This mod just keeps looking better and better every time there's an update. Terrific work!

Do you think that there's any way that a "saber-blur" effect can be applied to the lightsabers for when they're swung? I really miss not seeing one of The Key effects for making a lightsaber look like the ones we see in the films (and by the way, I applaud that you didn't give the sabers a pointed tip - the rounded tips are what most of us first saw growing up in the first trilogy, so I'm grateful that you're going for a more appealing tip shape).

Thank you for sharing!

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Darigaaz Jul 11 2012 replied:

Unfortunately the engine doesn't support the blur-effect, so e just have to go without it. Still funny as **** to tear rebels apart with a glowing stick!

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Swyter Jul 11 2012 replied:

We can't do the blur, but the stick-like appearance is much less obvious right now in the dev snapshot.

We've implemented "screen-accurate" blinking on the blade.

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mechwarrior24 Jul 12 2012 replied:

Is this just in M&B, or Warband as well? I thought Warband already had a sought of blur built in- could that be intensified or utilized in any way?

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ithilienranger Jul 12 2012 replied:

It is possible to do using particle effects. Just search for flaming swords on the taleworlds forums. However, I don't know off the top of my head whether the particle effect can accurately follow the blade.

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Beddalla Jul 11 2012 says:

Very nice. I love the blue colour.

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ArathHunter Jul 11 2012 says:

I think I read in a old post that of they did it on warband they couldhave had the blur effect, Though yeah it is fun, but I sometimes feel awkward that the handle is transparent aswell. :s

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Swyter Jul 11 2012 replied:

It's really tricky to do that with a so limiting framework. :(

After thinking about it for a while I chose to go with real-transparent-glowing looking blades, even knowing I was sacrificing the metallic hilt for the greater good.

As you can read, complex... many hours spent on that kind of details.

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Mr.Nuke Jul 12 2012 says:

oh man, thats epic, cant wait too shoot storm troops there

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cooltj11 Jul 14 2012 says:

u gotta love urban planets somtimes

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RObscura11 Jul 15 2012 says:

the planets are getting great upgrades obviously but, will we see improvements in other models as well, like weapons and armors?

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BlueCasketBop Jul 20 2012 says:

You guys are still working on this... That makes me unspeakably happy :DDDD

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AdamX777 Jun 25 2015 says:

This map looks great and all, but it plays like **** in game. It's like swordfighting in a narrow long hallway.

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A look at the new Imperial occupied world of Christophsis.

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