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 Prey Shrinks When I Tame It?

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Ohathosam

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PostSubject: Prey Shrinks When I Tame It?   Thu Jul 10, 2014 11:28 pm

I made the Mutant Hare tameable by deleting the "unCustomizable=true" which I believe is what made prey untameable. I went to confirm this by taming it in game and it succeeded, but it shrank. I checked at I didn't shrink it myself my selecting the Mutant Hare and clicking "Shrink".

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I went to also tame an Okapi since I wanted to see if more prey did this. I tamed it and it was fine. It stayed the same size.

I'll try taming other animals that I have deleted the "unCustomizable=true" for and see if the same thing happens. I'll also test on ones I have not.
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PostSubject: Re: Prey Shrinks When I Tame It?   Fri Jul 11, 2014 2:39 am

This is normal. It happens when critter that are normally meshed small are "blown up" to a larger size to make things like the Mutant Hare. When tamed they shrink to the size of the original mesh. The only way I heard of to stop this is to scale up the mesh in Blender to the larger size and save it as a seprate critter.

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PostSubject: Re: Prey Shrinks When I Tame It?   Fri Jul 11, 2014 3:26 am

Oh okay, that makes more sense. I was going to replace this Mutant Hare with another model that actually looks Mutant, anyway. Don't know what I'll do with the others, though. Guess I'll just fix them.

Thank you.
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