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talent mod requires removal and readding. Any work arounds?


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So, I decided that I may as well make a mod. I'm starting with Caroc. I thought ``Gee, it doesn't make sense that she heals like everyone else, and her health is a bit low". So, two part thing. First, increasing CON, and second adding a healing penalty. I figure that the CON mod is easiest, so I start there.

 

Skipping details (figured it out from this tutorial) I got it to work with very little difficulty. Except for one snag. It doesn't update. If I add it to a character via console then it shows the CON increase, but just load the game up, or saving and reloading, does not make it ``register" on the character I actually want to have the change. Now, I could just use the console, but that would disable achievement. I have no issue with this ``feature" of PoE -- it seems cheap to do the triple crown with God Mode on. However, this is not giving me an advantage. I'm going to swap MIG for an extra point of CON (widely believed to be a dump stat) and adding a penalty to healing, which seems to more than make up for the small boost.

 

Does anyone know a work around so that Caroc has the modified talent? A work around that doesn't disable achievements?

 

edit: Note that I did try looking through her class progression table. I didn't find anything.

 

edit2: Oh, I could add these stuff to armor. That updates instantly, however it's an RP thing. I could also adjust the might and CON via Eternity Keeper, but again, RP.

 

edit3: I also tried dismissing and then adding Caroc back, as well as respec'ing.

 

edit4: I don't consider using a hex editor on my saves to be a valid option. That mostly just sounds like a  great way to completely corrupt a save.

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So, I decided that I may as well make a mod. I'm starting with Caroc. I thought ``Gee, it doesn't make sense that she heals like everyone else, and her health is a bit low". So, two part thing. First, increasing CON, and second adding a healing penalty. I figure that the CON mod is easiest, so I start there.

 

Skipping details (figured it out from this tutorial) I got it to work with very little difficulty. Except for one snag. It doesn't update. If I add it to a character via console then it shows the CON increase, but just load the game up, or saving and reloading, does not make it ``register" on the character I actually want to have the change.

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Little lat for an answer and I am not sure if I understood you correctly but I was able to respec NPCs' stats e.g. Durances' without problems (so they keep their new stats after reload).

What I did, probably basing on similar tutorial, I extracted files from companion***.unity3d edited, imported back and replaced.

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