Best Mods For Kanan
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She has no big weakness, no big strong point, only a good base tenacity.Having a bonus that persists while she's alive, we chose a set of mods that relies on helping her last longer.Using Health and Tenacity sets, and mostly protection as primary bonuses.
This community is dedicated to the games Star Wars: Jedi Outcast (2002) and Jedi Academy (2003). We host over 3,000 mods created by passionate fans around the world, and thousands of threads of people showcasing their works in progress and asking for assistance.
That said, PC gamers are prone to modding the games they like as well, and many of the mods for Battlefront II are a labor of love. Below are ten of the best Star Wars: Battlefront II mods available on popular modding hub, Nexus Mods.
Updated on July 27th, 2021 by Josh Davison: While it seems that EA and Dice are finished adding new features to Star Wars: Battlefront II (2017), that doesn't mean that modders are finished adding their own new elements to this multiplayer videogame. Modders still see plenty of potential in Battlefront II as well as a lot of room for improvement for this sci-fi FPS. As such, there are constantly new mods coming out for this game, and many of them are worth shining a spotlight upon and checking out.
These are actually two mods for Battlefront II focusing on upgrading and altering the appearances of the Clone Trooper models. The first, "4K Clone Legions" is the base mod created by Nexus users Orthohex and Slypear. It enhances the Clone Trooper armor appearance and texture as well as adding skins for famous Clone characters from the movies and shows such as Commander Cody, Gree, Bly, Captain Rex, Fives, and others. The one caveat is that Nexus gives this mod the "adult content" tag for nudity, but it's unclear why this is the case.
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Abstract:Image data from space-borne thermal infrared (IR) sensors are used for a variety of applications, however they are often limited by their temporal resolution (i.e., repeat coverage). To potentially increase the temporal availability of thermal image data, a study was performed to determine the extent to which thermal image data can be simulated from available atmospheric and surface data. The work conducted here explored the use of Modern-Era Retrospective analysis for Research and Applications, Version 2 (MERRA-2) developed by The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to predict top-of-atmosphere (TOA) thermal IR radiance globally at time scales finer than available satellite data. For this case study, TOA radiance data was derived for band 31 (10.97 μm) of the Moderate-Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) sensor. Two approaches have been followed, namely an atmospheric radiative transfer forward modeling approach and a supervised learning approach. The first approach uses forward modeling to predict TOA radiance from the available surface and atmospheric data. The second approach applied four different supervised learning algorithms to the atmospheric data. The algorithms included a linear least squares regression model, a non-linear support vector regression (SVR) model, a multi-layer perceptron (MLP), and a convolutional neural network (CNN). This research found that the multi-layer perceptron model produced the lowest overall error rates with an root mean square error (RMSE) of 1.36 W/m2·sr·μm when compared to actual Terra/MODIS band 31 image data. These studies found that for radiances above 6 W/m2·sr·μm, the forward modeling approach could predict TOA radiance to within 12 percent, and the best supervised learning approach can predict TOA to within 11 percent.Keywords: MERRA-2; support vector regression; multi-layer perceptron; convolutional neural network
The Karate Kid Part III is a 1989 American martial arts drama film, the third entry in the Karate Kid franchise and a sequel to The Karate Kid Part II (1986). It stars Ralph Macchio, Pat Morita, Robyn Lively, and Thomas Ian Griffith in his film debut. As was the case with the first two films in the series, it was directed by John G. Avildsen and written by Robert Mark Kamen, with stunts choreographed by Pat E. Johnson and music composed by Bill Conti. In the film, the returning John Kreese, with the help of his best friend Terry Silver, attempts to gain revenge on Daniel and Mr. Miyagi which involves hiring a ruthless martial artist and harming their relationship.
Later, after successfully apologizing to Miyagi, Daniel visits Silver at the Cobra Kai dojo to tell him he will not compete in the tournament. Silver discloses his true agenda to Daniel as Barnes and Kreese appear. Barnes begins to beat Daniel, but Miyagi intervenes and defeats Kreese, Silver, and Barnes. After the scuffle, he finally agrees to train Daniel. At the tournament, Silver reveals his plan to use Cobra Kai's victory to re-establish Cobra Kai and turn it into a business franchise. Barnes reaches the final round to challenge Daniel. Silver and Kreese instruct Barnes to make Daniel suffer by successfully gaining and losing points using illegal tactics. The match ends in a sudden death overtime. Daniel wants to quit, but Miyagi urges him to continue, saying Daniel must not lose to his fear and that his best karate is still inside him. With this encouragement, Daniel performs the kata and strikes Barnes to win the tournament, while Kreese and Silver become dispirited with their plans to revive Cobra Kai now over.
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At Vader's Vault, we pride ourselves in selecting only the best materials available for the products we offer. Whether it's the USA extruded raw metals, to Delrin for our chassis, or even the USA extruded Polycarbonate for our blades, we source as much of our materials for our sabers...Read More
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The Cal Customizer might not allow you to create a character from scratch, but it does offer a few ways to change things appearance-wise. This mod gives you 15 hair, 30 eye, and 15 skin colors to work with to give Cal a much more personalized look. You definitely should give it a try so you can make the best Cal of all times. 2b1af7f3a8