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User Info: KC_CheeseKing

KC_CheeseKing
5 years ago#1
Is there any way to do this? I'm regretting my High Elf mage's hairstyle.
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User Info: Lagwagon17

Lagwagon17
5 years ago#2
No, sorry.
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User Info: magemaximus

magemaximus
5 years ago#3
they could have added it. I mean in fallout they had it. but it would have to be some magical thing to change your sppearance.
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User Info: KnuxtheTurtle

KnuxtheTurtle
5 years ago#4
Lagwagon17 posted...
No, sorry.

That's silly. There should be some kinda wizard that lets you change your appearance within your species.
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User Info: Lagwagon17

Lagwagon17
5 years ago#5
Well, in tc's case, it's just his hair, so it would have been easy to put a barber shop in the game or something. Changing your facial features is a bit different, though.
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User Info: KC_CheeseKing

KC_CheeseKing
5 years ago#6
Indeed. I knew I shouldn't have given him that beard. He looks silly, but NO. Wizards have to have a beard, I said... Darn it.
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User Info: Face_Lost

Face_Lost
5 years ago#7
There is a simple and easy way.

Press ~
Type "showracemenu"
Press ~

You will appear at the character creation screen like in the beginning and have to retype your name.

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User Info: KC_CheeseKing

KC_CheeseKing
5 years ago#8
Face_Lost posted...
There is a simple and easy way.

Press ~
Type "showracemenu"
Press ~

You will appear at the character creation screen like in the beginning and have to retype your name.

EDIT: Wrong board...


Yeah... I totally wish they would have added the ability to use console commands to the console versions. I can't imagine it would have been that much extra trouble.
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User Info: Lagwagon17

Lagwagon17
5 years ago#9
^ Two Worlds did it, so it is possible. Then again, that game was a mess.
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User Info: squiggy9996999

squiggy9996999
5 years ago#10
you could do it in fallout 3 and NV...
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