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The shadows beneath units , possible to alter shadows bigger/smaller or turn them off clientside ?

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Could this give extra immersion and atmospheric depth

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Post  ushiri on Wed Jan 02, 2019 3:58 pm

The shadows beneath units , Is it possible to alter shadows bigger/smaller or turn them off clientside ?
Or are they a part of each sprite ?

To add more blur to them and make them bigger/thicker so that they get more a feel of a bulk and a
united shadow of the whole unit instead of small very (non realistic look, personal opinion ) sharp shadows that are
on  the cavalry and infantry like in the picture below ?

The shadows beneath units , possible to alter shadows bigger/smaller or turn them off clientside ? Screen0085
More to get the look like this:
The shadows beneath units , possible to alter shadows bigger/smaller or turn them off clientside ? 5895166337_ffeccec46f_b

As they look now it doesnt give a united feel for the unit, and I think this would
improve to  immersion in the game and the overall feel of it.
The shadows beneath units , possible to alter shadows bigger/smaller or turn them off clientside ? Screen0075

Even the old Imperial glory had a more blurred and bigger shadow beneath the unit which also
made it look quite neat, mostly on the cav, even though the game wasnt perhaps that great.

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Any comments on this subject from readers of the post would be nice Smile
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Post  Mr. Digby on Wed Jan 02, 2019 6:57 pm

They are part of the sprite and cannot be altered or turned off unless you edit the sprite itself.

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