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DARTH NIHILUS
-THE LORD OF HUNGER-


Darth Nihilus was a Human male who reigned as a Dark Lord of the Sith during the era of strife following the Jedi Civil War. Before becoming a Sith Lord, he lost everything during the Galactic Republic's war against the Mandalorian Neo-Crusaders. He survived the activation of the Mass Shadow Generator superweapon during the war's final battle at the planet of Malachor V, which surrounded the planet with a destructive spatial phenomenon known as a mass shadow. Experiencing the shadow that obliterated almost everything on and around the planet made Nihilus crave Force energy. The affliction painfully ravaged his body while rendering him a wound in the Force. He was found by a seeker of these, the former Jedi Kreia, who became the Sith Lord Darth Traya and told him that she could teach him to feed his endless hunger. He accepted her offer of apprenticeship at the Trayus Academy on Malachor V, where he, over time, became one of three concurrent Dark Lords of the Sith.


FEATURES:

MP Friendly
You can bring this mod to multiplayer without risk of banning.

Custom model
A new character model has been created for Darth Nihilus using in-game assets and resources made from scratch, creating the most faithful interpretation of what a remastered KOTOR 2 model would look like.

Custom portrait
A portrait has been rendered using the same model that you will see in the game, giving you a small preview of the character.

Custom voice lines
Nihilus voice lines in ancient Sith language were included.

Custom music
A theme from Star Wars: Knights Of The Old Republic II has been included for Nihilus' intro and outro.

Red lightning bolt
The VFX for lightning stun ability has been modified to show a red lightning bolt.

Custom lightsaber hilt
A new lightsaber hilt has been modelled and textured from scratch.

Custom UI elements
The icons for the abilities and the lightsabers have been changed.

Custom starcards
New starcards have been rendered according to their ability.

Custom text
The UI text elements have been changed to add to the immersion.

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May 4th is here, and with it we can expect some Star Wars news and excitement from around the internet. ModDB's Star Wars modding scene has been going strong for decades, so today we've picked ten awesome Star Wars mods to take part in the fun!

Knights of the Old Republic III: The Jedi Masters

By Trex01

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Whilst Knights of the Old Republic was a smash hit, its sequel didn’t perform as well, and the future of the series was thrown into doubt. Star Wars: The Old Republic picked up hundreds of years after the storyline in the KOTOR games and took many liberties with the source material as a result. This mod aims to be a successor to KOTOR II with a full set of new planets, stories, and characters to meet, as well as a vast swathe of new gear and quests to chase.

Darth Nihilus For SWBF2 (2017)

By DeggialNox

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The heroes and villains of Star Wars are as numerous as they are legendary, gathered from all corners of the canon; from an old but well-loved comic to the newest Disney canon. KOTOR's characters hold a special place in many fans' hearts, especially with no sign of another entry in the series for conventional play even almost two decades later. Well, mods are all about fans making their dreams come true, and so if you wanted to wreck face in EA's newest Battlefront venture as the Lord of Hunger himself, this mod bringing Nihilus to the field will be just your cup of tea.

Star Wars: Movie Duels

By Movie Duels Team

Movie Duels: A Fragile Hope


Movie Duels is a remastered edition of the original, 2009 “Movie Duels 2” mod for Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy, with updated maps, models, sounds, and various other improvements, to bring the mod into the modern age. This mod uses Jedi Academy to bring a whole bunch of classic movie fights into your hands - a perfect way to celebrate the history of Star Wars this May 4th as you take part in the Duel of the Fates, the Jedi Temple March, and the Death Star II confrontation; all bookended by encounters from the extended canon too!

LEGO Star Wars: Knight Of The Old Republic Character Pack

By Skulluse

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Okay, okay, you've got us - we really love KOTOR as well, and we promise this is the last KOTOR-oriented mod on this list...buuuut whilst we're here, who doesn't love a bit (read: a lot) more representation of that once iconic era of Star Wars history? Lego Star Wars might not be the first game that comes to mind as a moddable Star Wars venture, but some of the older Lego titles have been the subject of passionate work by committed fans, introducing new characters en masse that, in the case of this character pack, transform the core cast into a whole different era of Star Wars.

Ultimate Outcast

By KiraImmortal

version1.0 screens


Jedi Academy might be the newer-age darling of those looking for classic lightsaber duelling, but before that, Jedi Outcast was the introduction to a lightsaber system that many still regard as the best representation of the weapon in media to date. If you've been looking for something new, with Ultimate Outcast, you're in luck - with a set of sixteen challenging maps that test your knowledge of the game against a variety of difficult opponents. Step back into the shoes of Kyle Katarn and prove why he's still one of the top dogs of the EU!

Rise of the Mandalorians

By the_Farseer

The Floating Cities of Ithor


One of the bigger and most fondly received additions to canon by Disney are those made to the Mandalorian people - elaborated upon in The Clone Wars as part of a civil war arc, and then given physical iconic form with the titular show surrounding this enigmatic people, Rise of the Mandalorians gives you control of the combined might of the warrior people, assembling many of their most iconic elements from in and out of the Disney canon, combined with some liberal original concepts.

Empire At War Remake: Galactic Civil War

By The Empire at War Remake Team

4.0


Empire at War: Remake: Galactic Civil War is a mod that made a splash and continues to stoke hype whenever an update is announced. Transforming the graphics of the now fifteen years old Empire at War to an almost recognisable level of visual fidelity, this mod has placed in MOTY before as testament to its quality, tracking a meteoric rise of popularity on-site. With a massive 4.0 release early last year, it still bats with the very best that Empire at War has to offer and might be the best way to experience a vanilla-adjacent version of the game in 2023.

Antstafer's Enhanced Gameplay & Graphics Mod

By Antstafer

EGM V3.0


Getting back to Battlefront - the original, we mean, not even the 2004 sequel - might demand a little bit of retroactive thinking what with three successors to keep in mind since then, but for some, the simplified sandbox and nostalgic interface is where they learned to love large-scale battles in the galaxy far far away. Well, if you wanted to revisit this classic with something more than rose-tinted glasses, Anstafer's enhancement mod seems the way to go, with attention spent on making the game feel less sluggish and bat a little more independently in the shadow of its contemporaries.

Saga Edition

By Spiret

Galactic Conquest


So popular they had to remake the entire franchise a second time, Battlefront is a name made legend in the Star Wars community. The newer titles haven't had such a productive time in regards to UGC - although there are still plenty of great examples of what is possible in the newer title on ModDB - but the classic Battlefront II has commanded modders for many years. Saga Edition is another addition to this modding saga of its own, with new factions, heroes, and units to explore across 18 converted maps that give you a whale of a time whether with a group of friends or alongside AI companions.

TIE Fighter: Total Conversion (TFTC)

By AngelTFTC

TFTC Screenshots


Some of the best games in the early Star Wars line-up were those putting you straight into the dog-fighting action of the movies, pitting you with and against the evil Empire. These days these games hold up well enough for a playthrough, but TIE Fighter: Total Conversion (TFTC) achieves a truly superb standard of visual fidelity considering how much of the underlying technology remains authentic. With engagements that look decades more engaging and more support on the way, TFTC has been a labour of love with a lot more to give!


And there you have it! Did you feel compelled to try any of the mods on this list? Are there any others you'd suggest to others looking to get in on the fun today? Let us know in the comments down below!

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Converts Count Dooku into Darth Nihilus from Knights of the Old Republic II

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NNSquad89
NNSquad89

can i upload this on nexus just asking

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Knight45
Knight45

No. Deggial Nox removed majority of his mods from Nexus and moved them here.

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silvevo
silvevo

Love this mod, especially Nihilus's red lightning. Only problem is, when I try to use it with Battlefront 2022, it reverts back to the normal Count Dooku face and saber while keeping Nihilus's robes. Any chance a fix will be implemented or is this something on BF2022's end?

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Benji2496
Benji2496

Hey, I need some help. Unfortunately, when I import this mod using frosty, it crashes. The mod file still ends up in the right place in the folder, but the mod manager can't recognize it and apply it. Do I need something else?

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Myess

turn off directX 12 in the video options it fixes it.

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