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SC2 BW Probe

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Uploaded on Jun 19, 2011

Download: http://www.mediafire.com/?3md44qc9359...

Blizzard patches change the way mods have to be installed so I apologize for bad install instructions.

The download gives you a enUS.SC2Assets file. A sure way to get it to work is to use an mpq editor (http://www.zezula.net/en/mpq/download...).

Once you have this mpq editor, open up the download(enUS.SC2Assets) and you can see what's inside. You will see an Assets folder. Right click on this assets folder and click Extract. Select a destination and extract it.

Now go to your StarcraftII\Mods\Liberty.SC2Mod(NOT MULTI).
You will find the original enUS.SC2Assets file(if you don't find it let me know). Now, you gotta open up this file and you will again see an Assets folder. So what you want to do is put the files from the Assets file you extracted into this original Assets folder. Once you've done that and all the folders and files are in, close the mpq editor and start the game. Make sure to close the mpq editor before starting the game or you'll get some weird glitch(nothing permanent).

Let me know if this works for you or if you need any help.


Old Instructions(Currently not working):
If you are using my color mod, or any other mod i made, then you will have to open this mpq with an mpq editor and merge it with the one already in your LibertyMulti folder. If you are not using any other mod, then simply drag this mpq to your LibertyMulti and it shouldn't overwrite anything. Let me know if it works

A model of the classic Broodwar Probe I made for Starcraft II. I'm using right now in ladder matches instead of the default probe because of all my Broodwar memories :)

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