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Asian Goddess Portraits

Version 1.0 - 27 July 2020

by Cheri

 

Legend has it that the Far East is home to a race of impossibly beautiful young women, with skin of flawless porcelain and bodies that were made for sinning. If such temptresses were to arrive in the West, no man or woman would be safe from their charms...

 

Asian Goddess Portraits is a mod that adds a new ethnicity for portraits to Crusader Kings 2. Based on the silicone look of K-pop idols. these deliciously lore-unfriendly Asian bimbo portraits can be chosen in the ruler designer or added to any character via console commands.

 

Note: This mod only includes portraits for women. No portraits for men or children are included, so they will use the default western character portraits.

 

Requirements

  • Crusader Kings 2 version 3.3+
  • Cheri Scripting Library is required if you don't have Ruler Designer, or if you want to play with the inheritance game rule.

 

Compatibility

  • Compatible with most mods.
  • Not compatible with Cheri Portraits or any other mod that overwrites portraits.

 

Installation

  • Download the archive and use 7zip to extract it into My Documents/Paradox Interactive/Crusader Kings II/mod/

 

Instructions

 

I want to be an Asian Goddess

 

You can give an Asian Goddess portrait to your character in two ways:

  1. Use Ruler Designer to choose the "Asian Goddess" ethnicity.
  2. Open the console by pressing the grave ` key, then run the command event asiangoddess.0

I want to turn other characters into Asian Goddesses

 

You can give NPCs an Asian Goddess portrait by appending their character ID to the end of the command. For example, event asiangoddess.0 7757 will change the ethnicity of Duchess Matilda of Tuscany (character #7757) to Asian Goddess. You can see a character's ID by typing charinfo.

 

I don't want to have non-Asian Goddess children

 

If you want Asian Goddesses to always give birth to Asian Goddess daughters, you can set the Inheritance game rule to On. Note that this will affect the demographics of the game world over time, eventually leading to most characters being Asian Goddesses.

 

I want to change the randomly generated hair or eye colors of Asian Goddesses

 

You can edit the selection of hair and eye colors by going into the mod's interface/asiangoddessgfx.gfx file. Scroll down and you will see a block that looks like this:

		hair_color = { # dark, base, highlight
			{ 0 0 0 } {  40 40 40 } { 120 120 120 } # black
			{ 10 0 0 } { 55 35 30 } { 160 130 100 } # hazel
			{ 0 0 0 } { 70 40 35 } { 150 80 80 } # dark brown
			{ 10 0 0 } { 100 40 25 } { 200 130 100 } # chocolate brown
			{ 40 30 0 } { 120 70 40 } { 215 160 60 } # warm gold
			{ 60 30 10 } { 170 110 80 } { 255 190 160 } # rose blonde
			{ 60 40 20 } { 176 135 80 } { 255 220 190 } # blonde
			{ 60 40 20 } { 180 140 110 } { 255 230 210 } # platinum blonde
			{ 10 0 0 } { 120 0 0 } { 200 100 100 } # scarlet
			{ 10 0 0 } { 120 20 45 } { 200 75 100 } # rose red
			{ 10 0 10 } { 70 30 50 } { 150 80 120 } # dark purple
			{ 20 0 10 } { 100 40 70 } { 200 100 150 } # purple
			{ 90 40 60 } { 170 120 140 } { 255 190 230 } # pink
			{ 50 50 50 } { 150 150 150 } { 220 220 220 } # white
		}

		eye_color_index = 9
		eye_color = {
            		{ 10 10 10 } # black
            		{ 150 0 0 } # red
            		{ 150 75 0 } # gold
            		{ 150 0 150 } # pink
            		# { 200 150 80 } # bright gold
            		# { 220 0 220 } # bright pink
            		# { 150 150 150 } # white
		}

You can remove any hair or eye color by adding a hash symbol # at the beginning of the line. This will mark it as a comment and cause CK2 to ignore that line.

 

There are also some eye colors that are commented out by default. If you want to enable any of these colors, you can remove the # from the beginning of the line.

 

Finally, you can add your own hair or eye colors by changing the red, green, and blue values in brackets.

 

The block is repeated three times in the file for young age, middle age, and old age. Remember to make your changes in all three blocks!

 

Credits

The portraits are based on the Mongolian portraits in Portrait than Trait and heavily edited by me. They also include the collar sprite from The House of O. If you like this mod, consider checking out the mods that made it possible!




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