What does this include? Concisely: - Full support for all vanilla armors - Full vampire support (you also will appear as an "Eredar" (the corrupted Draenei), and you skin will be red instead of blue) - Female (and yes) male support. Just be aware that the male support is a bit half-assed on my part - yes all vanilla and DLC armors are covered, but I didn't try super hard and there's probably some clipping - Custom racials - Full RaceMenu support - A custom body, based off the original SkyKids body (I doubt I will update to the "new" one, simply because the spine is too straight now, and Draenei have REALLY curvy spines) - The body has full pregnancy support (as the body is based off of this one )
What doesn't it include? - Any decent presets. Import any head mesh you want with RaceMenu - I honestly gave up on trying to get anything decent looking working (I am not good at faces) - There isn't any SOS support for the male body. I'm not sure sure how to even make the plugins, but I may be able to persuade whoever made the ones for the other child races to do the scripted work for me, and then I will do the body chopping (which isn't that hard)
Known issues: - The tail is a mesh I imported from an old Oblivion mesh. There is some bizarre issue where when you die, the tail will shred between your and a billion miles until you either restart the game or exit to the main menu and load from there. I have no idea what the issue is or how to fix it... - Any custom armor would need a custom patch. I will include an optional download for the "Content Pack" that includes all the custom armors I have added support for so far... - Animations that bend the knee look... quite bad. I simply cannot fix this - the hooves are treated as the "foot", so an animation that tries to bend the knee which doesn't exist is gonna cause bone scrunching and some weird deformation issues. I had a lot of trouble finding a sneak animation that looked "decent", and eventually just settled for the one from the Beastess mod over on LL.
Final Thoughts: - Yes I am aware that the file is an .esp, expect that it isn't really. It is flagged as an .esp, so it will go to the top of your load order with the rest of the .esm's. In all Bethesda games, the file extension is meaningless - all that differentiates an .esp from an .esm is a data flag set inside the file. I opted not to make it an .esm extension simply because I am still in the middle of a playthrough and I didn't want to have to maintain two different files (and my character would break if I changed the extension to an .esm) - If you are going to ask why the male race looks so similar to the female, there are two main reasons: one, I said I half-assed it, and two: while adult Draenei's sexes look VASTLY different, the children look VERY similar. Presumably this is the same as with humans - changes happen at puberty, it's just more pronounced changes than with humans...