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    [Question] How to import M2 models to wow? (Cata 4.3.4)

    Hello

    it turns out that I was making 3D models in .OBJ format and then I passed them to .M2 to import them to the wow but ...

    How do I import the new model to the wow? (Version Cata 4.3.4)
    Do I need to replace with another existing model or can I create a new one? (I play on a private server)

    and another very silly question that I wanted to ask you ...

    Is it possible to change the side where the weapon is sheathed? XD

    an image that explains what I meant



    Thank you for your answers.
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