While surfing the net I found this dragon. The picture is from the game Metin 2 but the model is from another game and was added through mod. If anyone knows the original game of this model I would appreciate it.

Screenshot of a black, spiky dragon

closed as off-topic by Wrigglenite, Frank, Schism, galacticninja, Wondercricket Dec 17 '18 at 18:14

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    For me this dragon looks like simplified version of Antharas from Lineage 2 - check this art deviantart.com/papkapapka/art/… – arghtype Dec 14 '18 at 17:22
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    To avoid cluttering the comments on the answer further, the meta discussion about this question indicates that this should be edited to more clearly indicate that the screenshot is known to be from the game Metin 2, but that the model in question is added by a mod and you are looking for the source of the model from the mod. – Kamil Drakari Dec 14 '18 at 20:42
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    @Wrigglenite Well it's not proof but most of the models on his site are from games (many are from korea and china) that use the unreal engine and through the umodel program you can extract them in seconds. So for this one i guess its the same since i know the Metin2 game and on the official server there in no such dragon. If am wrong and someone can point it out i would be happy to close the question – Galax Dec 14 '18 at 21:59
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    Something made in Unreal Engine doesn't guarantee it's actually used in a game. It's just an asset. We can tell you what game it's from, but if that's not good enough, I don't think we can help you. – Frank Dec 14 '18 at 23:05
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    I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it's asking to identify the origin of a model, not the game the screenshot was taken in. Until this model is reasonably shown to have come from a game, it is off-topic for Arqade, as we specialize in video games, not identifying random fantasy creatures. – Wrigglenite Dec 15 '18 at 10:27

It's from Metin 2, an MMORPG.
The model seems to have been created by user Mark on the Polish MPC Forum.

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    The owner of the site yes its mark but the model is not from Metin 2. Mark like other people took the model from another game and imported it in Metin 2. I am looking for that game. Thank you for your answer. – Galax Dec 14 '18 at 12:54
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    @Galax That information should be added to the question, or possibly even asked as a new question. This answer correctly identifies the screenshot as coming from Metin 2, which means editing the question to what you wanted to ask would be invalidating an existing answer, which is generally frowned upon. – Kamil Drakari Dec 14 '18 at 15:39
  • @KamilDrakari What would be correct, to make a new question asking about the models origin or editing the question and adding the info about the picture being from Metin2 but the model not being from Metin2? – Galax Dec 14 '18 at 15:46
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    @Galax I've asked a meta question to see if there's consensus. If that doesn't get a good answer quickly then I'd recommend a new question since that's less likely to upset someone. – Kamil Drakari Dec 14 '18 at 15:59

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