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 No.23389

There are no unique actor models. If you’ve played new Vegas and fo3 you know what I’m talking about because they’re the only fallout games that had all of their human enemy models dictated by an algorithm that shuffled between the ingame race options

It’s the same thing in Skyrim, all anthropomorphic enemies outside of giants all use this same dumbass system which is why I started noticing after the 50 hour mark how similar most enemies ingame were. I guess I didn’t realize this immediately because I’ve played every tes game outside of arena and eso that all did have unique NPC models but only after playing dark souls 2 and hopping back into Skyrim again did this shit become more obvious

 No.23453

What are you talking about? Morrowind npcs literally have premade face meshes, and there are only 4 body types. Daggerfall npcs are a collection of sprites. Fallout 4 has multiple npcs with unique faces. Are you faceblind or just lying what the fuck?

 No.23454

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>>23453
As weird as it sounds, Skyrim's facegen is watered down compared to Fallout 3 and Oblivion. You cannot tweak a character's temples and forehead, their eye shape outside of premade morphs and height-width, their overall face shape will always be somewhat boxy rather than have some variation of round, boxy and diamond-like face shapes. It is also quite impossible to make an intentionally very ugly character, which kinda sucks.
>4 body types
Not even. In vanilla Morrowind, all humanoid races just share 1 body mesh in MW, with Orcs just having their body mesh stretched at the side axis in a quite ugly way. Oblivion is even worse in this regard, with basically every race sharing one body mesh with the only difference being textures that are not even blended with the head texture.

 No.23457

>>23453
Initially assumed this wasn’t the case in morrowind due to how many body types were immediately obvious to see in morrowind like this little fella or ildegesto compared to oblivion and Skyrim whom nearly everyone ingame looked the same


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