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PostSubject: Voicepack Modding Tool: JPatcher   Mon Mar 11, 2013 4:40 pm


If you happen to want Japanese voices, or whatever else is on the list. There's a lot of languages to choose from, irony that there's no english voices to choose from. Then again, we would have just complained about them anyways.

Step 1: Visit here and download the JPatcher zip file

You may need to register to download the file, if you're too lazy for that then I suppose I could upload to mediafire if you nag me enough.

Step 2: Extract zip file in the Elsword directory (e.g. Program Files (x86)/Kill3rCombo/Elsword)

There also a notepad doc called "TODO" for further instructions and more details

Step 3: Run JPatcher as admin

Step 4: Once JPatcher is up, select the language you want from the drop down list then hit "Update Files." Wait till it is done, you'll know when.

Step 5: Press "Patch Files", it will automatically launch Elsword

Step 6: When you are done, wait for JPatcher to apply backup files before closing it

Applying Custom Voicepacks with JPatcher


You'll need the kom file of the custom voicepack, there's a link in the video if you want this particular one. This one is "data93.kom"

So you've probably noticed folders named for languages that you patched for using JPatcher. You'll simply drop "data93.kom" into the language-named folder that you'll be using to launch via JPatcher; it's that simple.
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