Tagged with "armor"
Halo 3 Marine Resource Tags: Fallout 3 resource armor Halo 3 Marine

This package contains the armor worn by the UNSC marines in Halo 3. There's no plugin for this resource, so you'll have to set them up in the GECK yourself.

Credits:

JHardingame for providing the meshes.

Cire992 for porting to Fallout 3.

Bungie for creating the meshes.

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Zelda Twilight Princess Guard Armor
Category: Oblivion
Tags: Oblivion Armor Mod Zelda

This is a modders resource containing an armor set used by the town guards in Zelda: Twilight Princess. I never really intended to release this, and was just messing around with Garrus one day, but I figure since we have an Oblivion section now, I may as well upload it to get things started.

To install this, just drop the contents of the archive into your Oblivion installation folder, and it will be ready for use. If you wish to use the plugin, activate it in the launcher or via OBMM.

I included a plugin with the armor. On par with about 95% of all armor mods ever in the history of the universe, the armor can be found in a chest in the Imperial City Market District. Likewise, there is also a chest and a test npc in the testinghall cell.

While I encourage everyone to report bugs, keep in mind that Zelda models are fairly limited in what you can accomplish as far as making them work well in OB.

 

 

Thanks to Artheris for the pics.

 

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Mass Effect 2 Mercenary Armors Tags: Fallout 3 modding Mass effect mercenary armor

This mod adds a footlocker to testqaitems containing the armors used by the Blue Suns and Eclipse mercenary factions in Mass Effect 2. It includes male and female variations with helmets, however there is no dismemberment or pipboy support.

To install this mod, place the contents of the 'Merc Armors.rar' in your Fallout 3/data folder. On the fallout launcher (or FOMM) activate ME2_mercarmors.esp. In-game, press the tilde key (`) to bring up the dev console and type coc testqaitems. The footlocker is from Mass Effect 2 as well, so it will stand out. If you're using Plerr's Mass Effect mod, the footlocker will be just to the right of her armor lockers.

Credits:
Bioware for the original models and Mass Effect 2.
Cire992 for porting the armor.
Garrus Vakarian for setting up the helmets, and Plerr for the originally porting said helmets.
Plerr for the hands.
- Thanks for the help, guys.

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