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  1. Winter-Of-The-Wolf

    screen fusion of winterof the wolf + Batle Realms
     
    hd 1400 to 1200

    5 downloads

    Submitted

  2. Battle Realms Data Editor

    Battle Realms Data Editor by SITUVN
    This tool allows you to modify a BattleRealms.dat.
    CHANGE LOG:
    03/17/2014
    - Support copy table/value address to clipboard.
    03/10/2014
    Battle Realms Data Editor X0.1
    - Support edit integer-boolean value.
    - Search text in current focused control.
    - Fix some bugs.
    01/28/2014
    - Fix program can't run on Windows XP
    01/25/2014
    Battle Realms Data Editor X0.0
    - Open and view Enumeration.
    - Open, view, edit and save Data table.
    - Support edit some enumeration/text value - integer data column.
    - Export to text table.
    - Text editor (LTE format).

    84 downloads

    Submitted

  3. Battle Realms MOD Editor V1.01 ( Read Only )

    SUPER Battle Realms MOD V1
    ==========================
    Freeware - Read Only
    This MOD write with Program "Battle Realms MOD Editor"
    MOD just for clan Lotus ( I Like this Clan ).
    I Play this game no with Hero,
    but i create simple unit like Hero, so everything is Hero.
    I Like MOD because, I can do all in this game when it can't do with Trainer.
    with Program "Battle Realms MOD Editor", I can create MOD battle realms with very easy, simple, safe and fun.
    With this program, we are able to game much more interesting and much more challenging, because we can set up their own power from each unit, as well as the weapons used from each unit power of destruction is much more powerful.
    What Sample MOD:
    1. All Building in clan Lotus:
    a. no Required.
    b. with quick to Build and quick to Train unit.
    c. Keep, Town Square, can build more than one.
    2. All Unit in clan Lotus:
    a. quick to up stamina and health if idle.
    3. Modify for Building Lotus Well, with Rice: 50, to quick create this if water is longer :-)
    4. Specially building is Lotus Fresh Crucible.
    a. Input: Peasant, Output: NightVol.
    b. Input: Golem, Output: Hero Teppo ( Powerfull if in Tower )
    c. Input: Chaneler, Output: Longtooth
    d. Input: Leaf Disciple, Output:Kazan ( Quick fine Horse )
    5. Town Square:
    a. Input: Peasant, Output: NightVol.
    6. Warlock's Tower:
    a. Input: Peasant, Output: Teppo
    7. Unit to change to be Hero:
    1. Leaf Disciple:
    a. longger target to shoot.
    b. more stamina and more health, more strong in battle.
    2. Unclean One,
    a longger target to shoot.
    b. more stamina and more health, more strong in battle.
    3. Specialy for Nightvol (Special unit in this time in this MOD):
    a. can train more than one, Train Peasant to Fresh Crucible
    b. can be healthed by channeler.
    c. Quick up Stamina and health if idle.
    8. Lotus WatchTower, you can get total 200 Watch Tower if Build:
    a. Keep : 70
    b. Peasant Hut : 15
    c. Town Square : 35
    d. Aviary : 10
    e. Blade Garden : 10
    f. Crypt Brother : 10
    g. Forge : 10
    h. Stable : 10
    i. Training Yard : 10
    j. Warlock's Tower : 10
    k. Well : 10
    9. All Clan for total unit to play in Low ( 50 ), Medium ( 100 ) and High ( 250 ) can to 999999 much more maybe :-).
    10. Change Color to in this MOD

    161 downloads

    Updated

  4. Hex Editor

    Hex Editor For Modding BattleRealms.Dat file

    754 downloads

    Submitted

  5. Master AI Profiles

    Here are 4 AI profiles that arent NOOBS like the original ones. They are a lot more smarter!
    And here they are:
    Master AI-5/5
    Assassin-5/5
    Stalker-4/5
    Revas-3.5/5
    Original AI Profiles-1(and few 2)/5
    This profiles that i upload are good if you play on Hard dificulty(I dont know whats that Mature option but its ON two, in the dic it says experienced something like that)! If you play on medium or easy dont expect a big challenge.Yes ofcorse they arent pro`s.

    829 downloads

    Submitted

  6. Battle Realms WOTW No Building Limits mod

    This WOTW mod removes the limits on all Town Squares, Keeps, and unique/special buidlings for all clans. To use the mod, back up your original Battle Realms.dat and replace it with the mod in the .zip. It ONLY works for WOTW.
    EDIT: It's not broken. You have to have IZarc or WinZip to open the .zip file.

    1300 downloads

    Updated

  7. Battle Realms Map

    This is the map of Battle Realms from Kenji's Journey. It is a 1013 x 575 bitmap image.

    497 downloads

    Submitted

  8. Battle Realms-Yin and Yang logo

    this is Yin and Yang logo....

    276 downloads

    Submitted

  9. Battle Realms Windows XP Boot Screens (SP2)

    The ntoskrnl.exe from Windows XP without installed Service Pack (Non SP) and with installed Service Pack 1 (SP1) or Service Pack 2 (SP2) are not compatible and reverse. This means if you using a wrong, not to your system corresponding ntoskrnl.exe, the Windows XP will hang or crash while booting! Once again, this ntoskrnl.exe is for Windows XP with installed Service Pack 2 (SP2).
    Wrong manipulating on the boot.ini or a wrong ntoskrnl.exe can damage your system and can make it unbootable!
    Don't forget to make a backup copy of your boot.ini and ntoskrnl.exe files!
    You can use one of the following method. Please read the instructions carefully to install :
    <<Method boot.ini>>
    1. Extract the ntoskrnl.exe to a directory other than %windir%\system32 (most likely C:\windows\system32 ), for example C:\Temp
    2. Rename the ntoskrnl.exe in your C:\Temp directory to another name, in this example to brntoskrnl.exe
    3. Move or copy your brntoskrnl.exe from your C:\Temp directory to the %windir%\system32 directory (most likely C:\windows\system32)
    4. Modify your boot.ini file by going to the Start Menu / Control Panel / System / Advance tab / Startup and Recovey / Settings button / Edit
    or...
    Edit boot.ini using notepad. You can find it in the system root (normally C:\)
    (note: the boot.ini file normally has hidden and system attributes, open Tools->Folder Options menu in Windows Explorer, select VIEW tab and :
    - tick 'Display the contents of system folders'
    - tick 'Show hidden files and folders'
    - untick 'Hide protected operating system files (Recommended)'
    You should now be able to see/open boot.ini using notepad from the system root (C:\) )
    5. In the boot.ini file you have to copy the line you use normally use for boot (this is usually the last line, e.g. : 'multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS="Microsoft Windows XP Professional" /noexecute=optin /fastdetect' and paste this copy underneath.
    At the end of this new line, add this text: /KERNEL=brntoskrnl.exe (The name "brntoskrnl.exe" should be whatever you renamed the ntoskrnl.exe to when you extracted it to C:\Temp {in step 2})
    6. Change the OS name whatever you want, for example:
    multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS="Microsoft Windows XP Professional" /noexecute=optin /fastdetect /KERNEL=brntoskrnl.exe
    becomes...
    multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS="Microsoft Windows XP Battle Realms Edition" /noexecute=optin /fastdetect /KERNEL=brntoskrnl.exe
    Example of the modified boot.ini :
    [boot loader]
    timeout=30
    default=multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS
    [operating systems]
    multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS="Microsoft Windows XP Professional" /noexecute=optin /fastdetect
    multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS="Microsoft Windows XP Battle Realms Edition" /noexecute=optin /fastdetect /KERNEL=brntoskrnl.exe
    7. Save and exit the boot.ini file
    8. Reboot your computer and you should get an option as to which OS you wish to boot into, "Microsoft Windows XP Professional" and "Microsoft Windows XP Battle Realms Edition"
    9. Done!!!
    <<Method Save Mode>>
    1. Reboot your computer into Safe Mode (press F8 continuously before the loading of Windows XP until a multi-boot Screen appear then select Safe Mode as your choice)
    2. Overwrite the file %windir%\system32\ntoskrnl.exe (most likely C:\windows\system32\ntoskrnl.exe), which should have been backed up, with the extracted ntoskrnl.exe
    3. Reboot your computer as you normally would and you should see the boot picture of Battle Realms while loading of Windows XP
    4. Done!!!
    Disclaimer :
    I'm not responsibility for any damage and resulting problems of your manipulations. Use this boot screens at your own risk!

    271 downloads

    Submitted

  10. Battle Realms Windows XP Boot Screens (SP1)

    The ntoskrnl.exe from Windows XP without installed Service Pack (Non SP) and with installed Service Pack 1 (SP1) or Service Pack 2 (SP2) are not compatible and reverse. This means if you using a wrong, not to your system corresponding ntoskrnl.exe, the Windows XP will hang or crash while booting! Once again, this ntoskrnl.exe is for Windows XP with installed Service Pack 1 (SP1).
    Wrong manipulating on the boot.ini or a wrong ntoskrnl.exe can damage your system and can make it unbootable!
    Don't forget to make a backup copy of your boot.ini and ntoskrnl.exe files!
    You can use one of the following method. Please read the instructions carefully to install :
    <<Method boot.ini>>
    1. Extract the ntoskrnl.exe to a directory other than %windir%\system32 (most likely C:\windows\system32 ), for example C:\Temp
    2. Rename the ntoskrnl.exe in your C:\Temp directory to another name, in this example to brntoskrnl.exe
    3. Move or copy your brntoskrnl.exe from your C:\Temp directory to the %windir%\system32 directory (most likely C:\windows\system32)
    4. Modify your boot.ini file by going to the Start Menu / Control Panel / System / Advance tab / Startup and Recovey / Settings button / Edit
    or...
    Edit boot.ini using notepad. You can find it in the system root (normally C:\)
    (note: the boot.ini file normally has hidden and system attributes, open Tools->Folder Options menu in Windows Explorer, select VIEW tab and :
    - tick 'Display the contents of system folders'
    - tick 'Show hidden files and folders'
    - untick 'Hide protected operating system files (Recommended)'
    You should now be able to see/open boot.ini using notepad from the system root (C:\) )
    5. In the boot.ini file you have to copy the line you use normally use for boot (this is usually the last line, e.g. : 'multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS="Microsoft Windows XP Professional" /fastdetect' and paste this copy underneath.
    At the end of this new line, add this text: /KERNEL=brntoskrnl.exe (The name "brntoskrnl.exe" should be whatever you renamed the ntoskrnl.exe to when you extracted it to C:\Temp {in step 2})
    6. Change the OS name whatever you want, for example:
    multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS="Microsoft Windows XP Professional" /fastdetect /KERNEL=brntoskrnl.exe
    becomes...
    multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS="Microsoft Windows XP Battle Realms Edition" /fastdetect /KERNEL=brntoskrnl.exe
    Example of the modified boot.ini :
    [boot loader]
    timeout=30
    default=multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS
    [operating systems]
    multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS="Microsoft Windows XP Professional" /fastdetect
    multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS="Microsoft Windows XP Battle Realms Edition" /fastdetect /KERNEL=brntoskrnl.exe
    7. Save and exit the boot.ini file
    8. Reboot your computer and you should get an option as to which OS you wish to boot into, "Microsoft Windows XP Professional" and "Microsoft Windows XP Battle Realms Edition"
    9. Done!!!
    <<Method Save Mode>>
    1. Reboot your computer into Safe Mode (press F8 continuously before the loading of Windows XP until a multi-boot Screen appear then select Safe Mode as your choice)
    2. Overwrite the file %windir%\system32\ntoskrnl.exe (most likely C:\windows\system32\ntoskrnl.exe), which should have been backed up, with the extracted ntoskrnl.exe
    3. Reboot your computer as you normally would and you should see the boot picture of Battle Realms while loading of Windows XP
    4. Done!!!
    Disclaimer :
    I'm not responsibility for any damage and resulting problems of your manipulations. Use this boot screens at your own risk!

    79 downloads

    Submitted

  11. Battle Realms Windows XP Boot Screens (Withot Service Pack)

    The ntoskrnl.exe from Windows XP without installed Service Pack (Non SP) and with installed Service Pack 1 (SP1) or Service Pack 2 (SP2) are not compatible and reverse. This means if you using a wrong, not to your system corresponding ntoskrnl.exe, the Windows XP will hang or crash while booting! Once again, this ntoskrnl.exe is for Windows XP without installed Service Pack (Non SP).
    Wrong manipulating on the boot.ini or a wrong ntoskrnl.exe can damage your system and can make it unbootable!
    Don't forget to make a backup copy of your boot.ini and ntoskrnl.exe files!
    You can use one of the following method. Please read the instructions carefully to install :
    <<Method boot.ini>>
    1. Extract the ntoskrnl.exe to a directory other than %windir%\system32 (most likely C:\windows\system32 ), for example C:\Temp
    2. Rename the ntoskrnl.exe in your C:\Temp directory to another name, in this example to brntoskrnl.exe
    3. Move or copy your brntoskrnl.exe from your C:\Temp directory to the %windir%\system32 directory (most likely C:\windows\system32)
    4. Modify your boot.ini file by going to the Start Menu / Control Panel / System / Advance tab / Startup and Recovey / Settings button / Edit
    or...
    Edit boot.ini using notepad. You can find it in the system root (normally C:\)
    (note: the boot.ini file normally has hidden and system attributes, open Tools->Folder Options menu in Windows Explorer, select VIEW tab and :
    - tick 'Display the contents of system folders'
    - tick 'Show hidden files and folders'
    - untick 'Hide protected operating system files (Recommended)'
    You should now be able to see/open boot.ini using notepad from the system root (C:\) )
    5. In the boot.ini file you have to copy the line you use normally use for boot (this is usually the last line, e.g. : 'multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS="Microsoft Windows XP Professional" /fastdetect' and paste this copy underneath.
    At the end of this new line, add this text: /KERNEL=brntoskrnl.exe (The name "brntoskrnl.exe" should be whatever you renamed the ntoskrnl.exe to when you extracted it to C:\Temp {in step 2})
    6. Change the OS name whatever you want, for example:
    multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS="Microsoft Windows XP Professional" /fastdetect /KERNEL=brntoskrnl.exe
    becomes...
    multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS="Microsoft Windows XP Battle Realms Edition" /fastdetect /KERNEL=brntoskrnl.exe
    Example of the modified boot.ini :
    [boot loader]
    timeout=30
    default=multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS
    [operating systems]
    multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS="Microsoft Windows XP Professional" /fastdetect
    multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS="Microsoft Windows XP Battle Realms Edition" /fastdetect /KERNEL=brntoskrnl.exe
    7. Save and exit the boot.ini file
    8. Reboot your computer and you should get an option as to which OS you wish to boot into, "Microsoft Windows XP Professional" and "Microsoft Windows XP Battle Realms Edition"
    9. Done!!!
    <<Method Save Mode>>
    1. Reboot your computer into Safe Mode (press F8 continuously before the loading of Windows XP until a multi-boot Screen appear then select Safe Mode as your choice)
    2. Overwrite the file %windir%\system32\ntoskrnl.exe (most likely C:\windows\system32\ntoskrnl.exe), which should have been backed up, with the extracted ntoskrnl.exe
    3. Reboot your computer as you normally would and you should see the boot picture of Battle Realms while loading of Windows XP
    4. Done!!!
    Disclaimer :
    I'm not responsibility for any damage and resulting problems of your manipulations. Use this boot screens at your own risk!

    131 downloads

    Submitted

  12. BR - WOTW Windows XP Logon Screen

    Please follow these simply instructions to install :
    1. Backup (copy) the file %windir%system32logonui.exe (most likely C:windowssystem32logonui.exe)
    2. Reboot your computer into Safe Mode (press F8 continuously before the loading of Windows XP until a multi-boot Screen appear then select Safe Mode as your choice)
    3. Overwrite the file %windir%system32logonui.exe (which should have been backed up) with the extracted logonui.exe
    4. Reboot your computer as you normally would
    5. Done!!!

    357 downloads

    Submitted

  13. Battle Realms Windows XP Logon Screen

    Please follow these simply instructions to install :
    1. Backup (copy) the file %windir%system32logonui.exe (most likely C:windowssystem32logonui.exe)
    2. Reboot your computer into Safe Mode (press F8 continuously before the loading of Windows XP until a multi-boot Screen appear then select Safe Mode as your choice)
    3. Overwrite the file %windir%system32logonui.exe (which should have been backed up) with the extracted logonui.exe
    4. Reboot your computer as you normally would
    5. Done!!!

    248 downloads

    Submitted

  14. Battle Realms XP Logins

    Author by : sh@dow
    ===================
    Just following the instructions...

    128 downloads

    Submitted

  15. Battle Realms - Wolf Clan XP Logins

    Author by : Hellstrom
    Or U can download it in other address, Here!
    ===================
    Just following the instructions...

    102 downloads

    Submitted

  16. BR Wolf Clan WinAmp Classic Skin

    For WinAmp user, check this out...
    How to install :
    Just put this skin to your Winamp Skin directory (most likely C:Program FilesWinampSkins).
    Have fun...

    201 downloads

    Submitted

  17. AI Profiles

    A custom set of AI profiles. Included are Budo, Nightvol, Taro, Teppo, The Dragon, The Necromancer, Vetkin, Wildeye and Yvaine.

    632 downloads

    Updated

  18. BR Wallpaper(Zymeth)[1280x1024]

    Last one lol... Yea same as before i resized and put on here. If anyone knows what happened to the site it came from please tell me lol...

    212 downloads

    Updated

  19. BR Wallpaper(Zymeth)[1024x768]

    Same as 800x600 I made this as well from a higher res ^^ And yes its special cause you cant just resize with paint XD cause it would take a lot of the quality out >.>;

    128 downloads

    Updated

  20. BR Wallpaper (Zymeth)[800x600]

    I resized a high resolution version I found on a random site, Hewbrew i think. But the official site is down or something I havent accessed it in a while

    74 downloads

    Updated

  21. BR cursors ^^

    I did these myself ^^ Not the best in the world but yea. the package includes: 1. Silver normal BR cursor 2. Golden (I made myself) mainly used for links 3. a color shifting one used for waiting. 4. a usual hour glass one but BR style ^^ Just put em in your cursors folder for quicker access when you change them, if you dunno how to change em a quick help file is located in the package as well Thank you very much ^^ and enjoy

    340 downloads

    Updated

  22. Dumb Ai

    put this in AIprofiles in ur battle realms folder this is a retarded AI

    215 downloads

    Updated

  23. BR Yin Wallpaper 1024x768

    This is for 1024x768. I'm going to also upload a 800x600 one. Alas BR doesnt set to my resolution of 1280x960. Or i could have made a High Res image and let you all do the work . But yea its pretty good I made it with PSP7
    ( I hate other vers. of PSP) Its all Yin with the Main menu. Pretty cool lookin, to me . Email me peace ^^; jecht_aeon@hotmail.com

    141 downloads

    Updated

  24. Super Ai

    this dude is a super AI 100 in all stats.put this into ur AI profiles in ur battle realms folder

    309 downloads

    Updated

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