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I'm sure this is a stupid question. I'm sure the answer is so simple I'm going to feel like an idiot for asking it, but I've searched this board, I've searched google. While I can find recolor's for 'SF_Actors and SF_People I can't find anywhere that says where they come from. Is it a update i don't have, a package sold at the RPG Maker website, or whatever?


Possible the same topic, where does the character with the half white/half black hair come from. I might be the same place, because I can't find her origin's either.
 

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They're part of the base resources that were part of the program from the beginning, but are NOT automatically installed for a lot of reason.


If you have the steam version, they're automatically in your DLC.


If you have the standalone, you either got a download link for them with your original purchase email, or they are inside the program folder.
 

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Thanks that was it.
 

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Necro, but I have the exact same problem and those SF actors don't appear on my steam DLC list and I can't find them in my game files...
 

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@Woland, please refrain from necro-posting in a thread. Necro-posting is posting in a thread that has not had posting activity in over 30 days. You can review our forum rules here. Thank you.


Go to your DLC folder and search for a folder called BaseResources. That's where they're in.
 
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