RC3 Vanilla Mod

Discussion in 'Rugby Challenge Series' started by jmmontoro, Jun 30, 2016.

  1. jmmontoro

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    What's in it?

    Stadiums, trophies, kits, crests, commentary, and other graphics.
    Unlocked players so anyone can edit.
    No roster updates as of now.


    Instructions:

    The purpose of this mod is to setup an essential foundation of mods for others to build upon.
    Download all 3 parts, the 4th is a backup of strips, download if you want.
    You need to have WinRAR installed in your system in order to use the Installer. If you don't want to install it or are having unkown issues with the Installer then you'll need to follow step 3.2.

    Known issue: The game crashes when linking players, this is a result of unlocking all players to make them editable. We'll continue investigating this and other problems.
    Don't play online in Liberty Stadium or Parc y Scarlets or with any team using a non-stock crest or kit like Jaguares or Sunwolves for example.

    1. Make a backup of pkcmn.pak in "C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\common\Rugby Challenge 3" or your default Steam installation folder, from now on we'll call this folder the main game folder.
    You can make a quick backup by pressing CTRL+C and CTRL+V.
    2. Extract strips_mod.rar to the main game folder, replace all.
    3. Extract Installer.rar to the main game folder, replace all.
    3.2 This is for those who don't want to install WinRAR or are having unknown issues with the Installer.
    Extract Installer.rar to any folder, like the desktop or somewhere where you can easily locate the files.
    Open pkcmn.pak with your default compression tool.
    Select the folder data and drag and drop it inside pkcmn.pak and wait for it to finish regenerating.
    4. Locate Installer.bat on the main game folder, right click and select "Run as admin".
    5. Follow the on-screen instructions, if any errors should appear resort to the backup.
    6. Copy custom2015120117.db to C:\Users\YOURUSERNAME\AppData\Local\WickedWitch\RugbyChallenge3\data\profiles
    Make sure you back up whatever database you have there, just in case you want to revert to it.


    Download links:

    https://app.box.com/s/42z1xjpmmfm8c0s0uuyqpv8ee4xppwsq strips
    https://app.box.com/s/73rs9dzwt25axyg2zctpviid4edohgmr installer
    https://app.box.com/s/e4eeytmtlgydnnl1cqin4lk98h89lio8 database
    https://app.box.com/s/fresgufy2kl0uw4ehhai9o638ht7b53l strips backup (optional)

    http://www.mediafire.com/download/g3w4bai3scae66c/strips_mod.rar
    http://www.mediafire.com/download/pxq9bnkw9lsb65u/Installer.rar
    http://www.mediafire.com/download/zk5f9itgeydawz2/custom2015120117.db
    http://www.mediafire.com/download/543j3g9ai6eyi5e/strips_bak.rar (optional)


    Credits:

    jmmontoro
    Frans.Hendrik

    All kits have due credit, but since it's a huge collection of previous mods packed in top of another we kind of lost track of who made which, under no circumstances we take credit for any kit included.
     
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    Last edited: Jul 4, 2016
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  3. Kevin Rabs

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    Cheers
    jmmontoro
    Frans.Hendrik

    AWESOME Work , Have been doing some stuff myself , been making a list of Teams / Strip Code ( ie:strp_dif_001_h = New Zealand Home) so will see what we get with your Strip Update :)

    awesome WORKS WELL !

    Cheers again and well done
    Kevin Rabs
     
    Last edited: Jul 1, 2016
  4. Matt7557

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    what tool are y'all using for database editing. I am going to be working on a mod once I get the game. I have created the graphics to create a fictional USA/Candian league
     
  5. zecarri

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    Such a good mod! Thank you everyone!
     
  6. Kevin Rabs

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    I am sorting out ALL 166 + Rugby International Team Strips stay tuned
     
  7. Jakkalz089

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    Thank you very much, is anyone making boots as well???
     
  8. TheBigLock

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    Is this a mod for kits and squads ?
     
  9. TheBigLock

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    Another thing, i couldn't download the files from the sites...the downloads don't start !!!
     
  10. TheBigLock

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    Ok no problem, I did it
     
  11. bubu31

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    Hi guys , first thank you for the work you do . Then there is a concern about box , unable to start the downloads , digging a little I got this error message :
    ​The uploader of this file doesn't have enough bandwidth left !​

    Maybe you could host it on MEGA. Thank you !


    Hi guys , first thank you for the work you do . Then there is a concern about box , unable to start the downloads , digging a little I got this error message :
     
  12. TheBigLock

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    Hey bubu31 I opened the files in the iPad with Box and then share in Google Drive
     
  13. TRF_Olyy

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    **test**
     
  14. Beffy

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    What program are you guys using to edit databases? I used SQLite Pro to edit RC1 databases, but when I try to open RC3 databases with it I get a message saying that they're encrypted. If there's a work-around for this, I'd be most grateful to know what it is
     
  15. colossss

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    Awesome guys.
     
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    Im using Hex Editor Neo
    and if you want to convert the hexadecimals ..use this http://www.statman.info/conversions/hexadecimal.html
     
  17. Beffy

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    You wouldn't happen to know of a program like SQLite that's as user-friendly (at least for someone like me who doesn't know all that much about databases and such)? Ideally I'd like some way of getting around the encryption message I receive when trying to open RC3 databases with SQLite Pro
     
  18. Bogdam

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    I really dont know!
     
  19. jmmontoro

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    SQLite? I guess you chose to skip RC2, we haven't heard SQLite in ages. There's no tool except the one you could code for yourself or any hex editor, there's no encryption either, you just have to learn to read and interpret bytes, unless you coded a nice tool that translates hexadecimal values into text.
     
  20. Cain

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    I already have a boots mod , but jmmontoro never replied to my PM about it.
     
  21. jmmontoro

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    You're free to release whatever you want, you don't need my authorization.
     
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