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#1 CTP Elven Interior

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Name: CTP Elven Interiors
Designer:

Primary Classification: Interior
Subclassification(s): Elven

Filename: ctp_elf_interior.hak

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Credited Contributions:

Summary/Critique/Tips/Notes:

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Name: CTP Elven Interiors
Designer: Pasilli

Primary Classification: Interior
Subclassification(s): High Elven - NOT WOOD ELF

Filename: ctp_elf_interior.hak

Credited Contributions: Passilli, Chandigar, Lord Sullivan

Summary/Critique/Tips/Notes:
This is a NON-Replacing reskin of Bioware original tiles, most are from the 'Underdark' set. However, with this reskin, you are looking at a set that is difficult to see where the original work started and the new textures ends!

This is one really beautiful set. While based on the Original set by Pasilli from the Vault, this set has had some graphical changes made to make it more pleasing to the eye.

Talk about a 'High Elven' interior, an interior with 'Class'! This set is not intended to be confused with a Wood Elf set at all. The entire series of tiles is one of 3 basic marble floor types/colors. From Green, to Brown to a soft/sombre rose/pink. A very classy set.

Very easy to build with, very familiar look and feel to the choices available in the toolset.

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Add a note here:

1) Special thanks to Chandigar who helped pull our fat out of the fire on this set. It originally looked like we would have to remove this set from release plans, but Chandigar loaned us his skills with tilesets and made some pretty major improvements on this set.

2) A thankyou goes to Lord Sullivan who helped to re-color the pink floor marble so that it was not so painful to look at! Looks really good now.

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