The Zone of Alienation mod is an adaptation of the renowned AMK mod. It is built on top of a specialized variant of AMK that uses a magazine system. From this premise, it has expanded to aim to include the following:

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Poll: Should there be separate character arms for the player to install during installation? (15 votes)
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Should character arms for specific factions be included as an installation option? (Mods : Zone of Alienation mod : Forum : Mod features : Should character arms for specific factions be included as an installation option?) Locked
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Feb 18 2013, 4:46pm Anchor

A while ago I made a bunch of character arms for people to use instead of the default novice arms.

Right now I am expanding the varieties to include one version for each faction.

No, these are not dynamic like Arms_match_suit_mod, that would mean multiplying each weapon by 4-5 or more. Instead you will have to pick one and stick with it.

Optional arm texture addon

Edited by: FatalFunnel

Feb 19 2013, 11:27am Anchor

I think this would work well as a post-installation addon

Feb 20 2013, 1:07pm Anchor

Yes. I do vote in favor of this, as an optional addon to the mod. How will this feature be installed? Drag and drop files into appropriate gamedata folder after choosing a faction?
Considering what you posted about the PP-2000 requiring 8 more viewmodels per weapon, I think this could take a lot of space if included in the game by default.

Edited by: Piznut

Feb 24 2013, 2:31pm Anchor
Piznut wrote:Yes. I do vote in favor of this, as an optional addon to the mod. How will this feature be installed? Drag and drop files into appropriate gamedata folder after choosing a faction?
Considering what you posted about the PP-2000 requiring 8 more viewmodels per weapon, I think this could take a lot of space if included in the game by default.

It's sort of like the first of those, I think I should re-phase this, if you plan on starting as a new faction, then there will be an optional folder in the mod folder which you can use to copy and overwrite the default arm textures. Of course this is done before starting a new game.

The question is really now more, should the optional addon be included in the release of 1.07 itself?

Mar 2 2013, 8:40pm Anchor
FatalFunnel wrote:
It's sort of like the first of those, I think I should re-phase this, if you plan on starting as a new faction, then there will be an optional folder in the mod folder which you can use to copy and overwrite the default arm textures. Of course this is done before starting a new game.

The question is really now more, should the optional addon be included in the release of 1.07 itself?


Depends on how far back it will push the release of 1.07 if it's planned on being included.

Mar 3 2013, 4:19pm Anchor
Piznut wrote:
FatalFunnel wrote:
It's sort of like the first of those, I think I should re-phase this, if you plan on starting as a new faction, then there will be an optional folder in the mod folder which you can use to copy and overwrite the default arm textures. Of course this is done before starting a new game.

The question is really now more, should the optional addon be included in the release of 1.07 itself?


Depends on how far back it will push the release of 1.07 if it's planned on being included.



I wouldn't worry about that, since this aspect is already finished. I'm considering other optional configs as well, like different starting weapons, anoms being visible, stuff like that.

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