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The "grass" was created by KillMoves for WoM, other people just ripped it for their maps. It's a Speedtree object and not gr2.


better use normal , 3d grass sucks on metin2 and make alot of lags after being online for 30 minute + 


It sucks in terms of performance because what you see is not grass, it's a bush buried down which is a much more complex object.

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You can create some 3d objects with animation also but the result is not same as a spt model and needs far more resources than a speed tree model and the speed tree is clumsy i only succed to modify some of those never to reproduce one till we dont succed to update speed tree engine the "grass" dies with those objects xD

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