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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Juffe Apr 5 2010, 1:25pm says:


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rahlzel Apr 5 2010, 1:29pm says:

Nice improvement!

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Swyter Apr 5 2010, 1:30pm says:

This is work-in-progress, please ignore the grey-medieval compass... ;)

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RevanShan Apr 5 2010, 2:43pm replied:

Great work Swyter, as allways.

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Lucífer Apr 5 2010, 2:08pm says:

It'd be nice to have a small opaque overlay over the grid.

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Swyter Apr 5 2010, 4:00pm replied:

It is a little more complex than that ;)

[!] Caution: Boring things below.
The grid is a tiled terrain image, so it cannot be ovelayed, later I did a mesh and atached to an icon in the center of the map... when the camera moves a little from the center the mesh disapears, sh*t!... the same thing with a particle system attachedt... finally I included the galaxy plane in the skybox, but M&B has not multi-material skybox support (invisible galaxy again), so trial-and-error... thats the cause of the Galactic Map without galaxy.

The solution: The starfield and the galaxy are the same texture/material, a little tricky but it works...

Hope it sounds a little understandable :|

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GeneralMonkey Apr 5 2010, 2:50pm says:

Pretty cool mate, it definitely looks better.

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Morthon Apr 5 2010, 3:27pm says:

I love it! :D

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RaGod Apr 5 2010, 3:51pm says:


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alphaflight83 Apr 5 2010, 4:02pm says:

Nice one. Definitely a nice improvement. Keep it up.

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ChaoticNeutral Apr 5 2010, 4:36pm says:

Byss is in the middle of the galaxy...

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Swyter Apr 5 2010, 5:18pm replied:

Yeah, the galaxy is misplaced, I only want to show yuo that is possible, scale is not really a problem.

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Tomziom Apr 5 2010, 5:54pm says:

Wow awsome!

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roadking Apr 7 2010, 9:22am says:

looks great!

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Shatari Apr 7 2010, 4:22pm says:

It looks great, though I've got to wonder: Is it very hard to see parties when they're over the bright patches?

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Swyter Apr 10 2010, 3:14pm replied:

I've changed the transparency and color to make it more subtle, and eye harmless :P

Thanks for the smart comment...

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lol1234 May 1 2010, 11:49am says:

you need to fix the overlay... im pretty sure byss is like right next to the center of the galaxy :|

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CrumpetMaster Aug 15 2011, 8:41am says:

I'm so sorry, i cannot hold it. JIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIZZZZZZZZZ!!!!!!

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I've done that some days ago... it's an almost finished galaxy... adding that kind of mesh in the map is not natively implemented, so what you see requires lots of work and tweaking all the modable details.

What did you think about?

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