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Korean Voice Pack for C9 Global

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Korean Voice Pack for C9 Global

Postby Castie » Sat Jul 29, 2017 5:58 am

Korean Voice Pack for C9 (Continent of the Ninth Seal)
Written by Kaverin of .BROTHERHOOD. (Castie on C9N)

Version 1.00, Updated 7/29/2017



This voice pack is only intended for the official global version of C9.
If you are using some version of C9 other than the official global version
from http://c9.webzen.com, be advised that this voice pack was not made for
your version and probably will not work correctly, if at all.

Follow these instructions:

1.) Back up your existing NPC_SOUND and PC_SOUND folders to a safe location.
The folders can be usually be found under C:\Program Files (x86)\WEBZEN\C9\Sound\
or C:\Program Files\WEBZEN\C9\Sound\

If you are using Steam, you may need to look under Steam folders instead.

2.) Delete the original NPC_SOUND and PC_SOUND folders in C9\SOUND\ folder.

3.) Copy the NPC_SOUND and PC_SOUND folders that you see in this voice pack, to your
C9\SOUND\ folder.

That's all there is to it. Run C9 and enjoy the new voices in Korean!

If you want or need to restore the English voices, simply delete the NPC_SOUND and PC_SOUND
folders under C9\Sounds and copy back the original folders from your backup.

Also check out our popular Japanese Voice Pack for C9 Global which is voiced by Nami, Zoro, Robin and Franky from OnePiece and Carla from Fairy Tail.

For discussion, bug reports, updates and new voice packs, visit http://www.c9nation.com

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Thanks to Mlikyway (who made the first Korean voice pack in 2013). I enjoyed his Korean
voice pack and it gave me the idea of making the Japanese voice pack a few years ago.
I also referred to the file and folder structure in Mliky's voice pack, and used his
CFS files as the shell for repacking my own files in the early versions of the Japanese
voice pack. Since Mliky's original KR voice pack, CoffeeAddict from the Korean boards also
made his own Korean voice pack to update for Battle Maiden, Nightstalker and other new
characters, which many players have used over the years. Some other players made updates
to the Korean voice pack, but eventually it became outdated so was having file errors and was missing some voices such as Viking. Quite a few people have been asking for an updated Korean voice pack, so I finally decided it was time to make a new one from scratch.
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