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  1. Barbarian still needs work. Are we bad enough dudes to save this class from the jaws of banality? Below are my ideas for future Barb abilities. Do you guys have any thoughts/ideas/memes? 2 - Reckless Abandon - +15 Accuracy, -10 All Defenses until 30s or you hit enemies 5 times, whichever is shorter 4 - Slam - Slam the ground for damage to nearby enemies, knocking them prone. If enemies are already prone, launch them in the air. 4 - Revelry - passive - 10% chance to gain 0% recovery time with your next action when hit or critically hit 4 - Riot - passive - when hit foe, keyword on them for 30s. If no keyword, +1 resource. 5 - Magic Eater - passive - +100 AllDefenses vs Spells for the first 10s of battle, clears when missed by a Spell, granting +25 Max HP until end of combat 5 - Onslaught - Gain +dmg effect that increases when in a new part of the battlefield - AoE on ground around you, keyword on you in the AOE, when keyword is off, after 1s new AoE around you, more bonus 5 - Territorial - passive - +5% damage for 30s when you engage a target 6 - Ransack - Dash to an opponent for heavy crush damage, dealing 50% of the damage to you. 7 - Heavy Ransack - Deals more damage, and increases the share of damage dealt to you from 50% to 100%. 7 - Spinning Ransack - Increases penetration by 2 and decreases the share of damage dealt to you from 50% to 25%. 7 - Explosive Ransack - Damage is dealt to an area, and you are dealt 100% of the damage regardless of any dealt. 6 - Bashful - Convert all damage to crush for 60s 6 - Ferocity - passive - gives more damage as you have more movement speed bonuses via Boolean HasMoveRateEffectWithValue(Guid, Operator, Single) 6 - Thrashing - passive - Full attack when you disengage a target 7 - Berserker's Blood - passive - +attack speed for hostile attacks when at lower health: +0-50% Attack Speed from 50 to 40% health, +50% when 40%, +75% when 35%, +100% when 30%, +125% when 25%, +150% when 20%, +175% when 15%, +200% when 10%, +300% when 5%, +400% when 0% This is done by passive when health is below 50%, base value -1.5, dynamic value InverseHealthRatio multiply by 5 The last two tiers of speed are created by trigger adjusting the value OnHealthPercentBelow 0.10, +0.75 to give a straight boost Or you could replace the passive OnHealthPercentBelow .10 to become base value 5, dynamic value HealthRatio multiply by -20 This creates +200% when 10%, +300% when 5%, and +400% when 0% It might also be possible to use WillApplyStatusEffectWithParentValueOnEvent to change this way, but maybe not 7 - Mountainous - Max health is increased by 10% of damaged received, in stacks lasting 30s. This ability lasts for the rest of combat. be sure to make it sourced from hostile targets in the AttackTARGET filter 7 - Dominating - passive - Full attack when you engage a target 8 - Inner Spirit - +10 Might, damage dealt reduces Constitution in stacks of 1% 8 - Battle Mending - Healing per Constitution and lack of health, (+3 per 3s per 3 Constitution) x % Max health empty 9 - Skycrasher - Leap animation up for 4s in the air, slam back down, full attack 2x, 50 damage crush AoE 9 - Last Stand - Barring Death's Door 8s, once per encounter at 15% health
  2. I think it's the "OneHitUse" instead of doing the triggers OnPostAttackRollCalculated that the AoEMult Barbaric Blow uses. I can't recall for certain, but I think the other OneHitUse abilities don't actually work except for the first hit, if at all. OneHitUse is always a huge pain with these WeaponAttackAbilities because it fizzles with the attack's hit, as it starts before the hit then triggers from the hit. I've spent weeks debugging it in the beginning of my coding skills.
  3. This would be very tough! You'd have to know a lot of the code in the game rather than deal with the easy JSON exports for tweaking abilities, items, and game settings
  4. You should make it happen, it would only require changing one thing. This is the status effect that links crits to the second effect, gaining focus: "$type": "Game.GameData.StatusEffectGameData, Assembly-CSharp", "DebugName": "The_Complete_Self_SE_ApplyOnEvent", "ID": "962ed740-cbec-4da4-8055-241acaf726e0", It's in the statuseffects.gamedatabundle file. In that specific section of code where this status effect is, it limits it to Cipher attacks via: "ClassTypeID": "ccdc9675-e2a7-46fa-83e9-7a5368b56265" So just change it to the wizard's class ID, acfd1303-4699-4939-91eb-6ac46d4af0bd. This would do exactly what you want, but now you'd want to copy these effects and their linked ability code, and create a sub-class out of it. Rename the DebugName, create new IDs for them, create new text strings to describe them, etc.
  5. Carnage works via ApplyStatusEffectToEnemyOnEvent --> AttackTargetOnEvent [Primary], for attacking with the primary weapon, and then again for a "Secondary" in the AttackOverrideValue. All of this is in the StatusEffects gamedatabundle. Not sure how the stag carnage applies all the effects to everyone but they might have changed the stag's melee attack data to be an AoE that deals less damage (if it wasn't before) and that would spread all the effects in that way. This would be instead of the way Carnage works, because Carnage has to deal with whatever weapons the player chooses to equip in either slot. The stag doesn't equip items, so they probably didn't even make it like Carnage.
  6. The small icons for items should actually be 50x50, to show correctly in the tooltip and the inventory icons when you wear them.
  7. Not sure if anyone has seen any charging abilities in the game, but I couldn't find any and finally figured out how to make one. By charging abilities, I mean abilities that make you "charge up" by dedicating time to the ability, and allow you to release the effect at any time, and the effect is bigger the more you charged up. Megaman's or Samus's blaster are good examples. The abilities are going to be on an item I'm making called Evelyn's Jaunt. I made two modal abilities and grouped them together via a modal group: { "$type": "Game.GameData.ModalGroupGameData, Assembly-CSharp", "DebugName": "MG_evelyns_jaunt", "ID": "113f042e-5a0e-4b62-95e3-a20bdf957622", "Components": [ { "$type": "Game.GameData.ModalGroupComponent, Assembly-CSharp", "DisplayName": 305151077, "MustBeActive": "true" } ] } Then I made one ability charge up ("Charge Up") and the other bursts you into the air ("Liftoff"). Charge Up will stack effects at a rapid pace, which will be applied OnClear via ApplyStatusEffectOnEvent. But we need a fast tick rate, so I made one to be 10x per second: { "$type": "Game.GameData.IntervalRateGameData, Assembly-CSharp", "DebugName": "Interval_10_Per_Second_evelynsjaunt", "ID": "222ecc89-771e-4a80-b749-d1e552205d3b", "Components": [ { "$type": "Game.GameData.IntervalRateComponent, Assembly-CSharp", "Interval": 0.1, "OnlyWhileMoving": "false" } ] }, The Charge Up modal ability is: Ability -> Attack (simple melee attack only to apply status effects) -> ApplyStatusEffectonEvent [OnInterval] -> ApplyStatusEffectOnEvent [OnClear] -> Accuracy stacking bonus, launching stacking effect, and another ApplyStatusEffectonEvent using OnClear after 1s to create visual effects and restrictions to the player at the perfect time Unfortunately, the VerticalLaunch effect is inconsistent after multiple uses, so I had to make it for a set amount of time and make some graphics changes to hide the limitation. However, the Accuracy and other effects stack just fine. I used AddDurationIfAlreadyApplied on the visual effects to last as long as the stacking bonuses, and then made them with "Event": "OnStop" to occur at the end of the status effects. Then we have the Liftoff modal ability, which is just an attack with a keyword. This keyword will be used to clear the effects built up during Charge Up, by creating this in the Charge Up trigger settings for the 1st & 2nd ApplyStatusEffectOnEvent : "TriggerAdjustment": { "TriggerOnEvent": "OnLaunchesAttack", "TriggerOffEvent": "None", "ValidateWithAttackFilter": "true", "ParamValue": 0, "ValueAdjustment": 0, "DurationAdjustment": 0, "ResetTriggerOnEffectTimeout": "false", "MaxTriggerCount": 1, "IgnoreMaxTriggerCount": "false", "RemoveEffectAtMax": "true", "ChanceToTrigger": 1 }, Then on the AttackFilter we put in the keyword that we created and assigned to the Liftoff modal ability's attack. Keywords can be made via this code: { "$type": "Game.GameData.KeywordGameData, Assembly-CSharp", "DebugName": "evelyns_jaunt_Keyword", "ID": "d9f0545a-6897-4b2e-ae36-b9b3e4082fbd", "Components": [ { "$type": "Game.GameData.KeywordComponent, Assembly-CSharp", "GuiDisplayString": 305151076, "AbilitiesDisplayString": -1, "Description": -1, "OverridePluralEffect": -1, "Icon": "", "TintableIcon": "" } ] }, Then you put that keyword ID at the beginning of the Liftoff modal's attack and make sure it's in the attack filter of the Charge Up modal's 2nd ApplyStatusEffectOnEvent. Now when we use Charge Up, we gain stacks every 0.1 seconds, and when we use Liftoff, our Charge Up effects recognize it and are removed, which triggers them to apply all at once because they're set to OnClear. To be precise, "OnClear" is at the "EventValue" not the ApplicationType, which can be confusing. ApplicationType is almost always ApplyOnStart because it has limited options. But wait: What could go wrong? Well, you'll always have problems with visual effects and deciding when to use HideFromUI or HideFromCombatTooltip. But what's really wrong with this? We probably don't want to have the player able to use the Charge Up modal again while the current effects are still applied. Maybe you do, but for my ability, that would be too good, so we have to disable the other modal ability somehow. How do you disable a modal ability? It's actually really hard. DisableKeywordAbilities didn't work for me. DisableModalAbilities removed all the effects of the Charge Up, even though I don't need to use that modal anymore! Instead, I had to apply a Conditional to the Charge Up ability so that whenever I had a status effect with a Charge Up keyword used, the Charge Up ability deactivated, then reactivated afterwards: First I created the new keyword (using the same method as before) for Charge Up (this is a new keyword) and put it on a status effect that would last as long as the others. "KeywordsIDs": [ "4d7d49fc-2305-4c8b-9fe1-5c9c0c244c06" ], Then I created the Conditional on the Charge Up ability: "ActivationPrerequisites": { "Conditional": { "Operator": 0, "Components": [ { "$type": "OEIFormats.FlowCharts.ConditionalCall, OEIFormats", "Data": { "FullName": "Boolean HasStatusEffectWithKeyword(Guid, Guid)", "Parameters": [ "7d150000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000", "4d7d49fc-2305-4c8b-9fe1-5c9c0c244c06" ], "Flags": "", "UnrealCall": "", "FunctionHash": 0, "ParameterHash": 0 }, "Not": true, "Operator": 0 } ] } }, "ApplicationPrerequisites": { "Conditional": { "Operator": 0, "Components": [] } }, "DeactivationPrerequisites": { "Conditional": { "Operator": 0, "Components": [ { "$type": "OEIFormats.FlowCharts.ConditionalCall, OEIFormats", "Data": { "FullName": "Boolean HasStatusEffectWithKeyword(Guid, Guid)", "Parameters": [ "7d150000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000", "4d7d49fc-2305-4c8b-9fe1-5c9c0c244c06" ], "Flags": "", "UnrealCall": "", "FunctionHash": 0, "ParameterHash": 0 }, "Not": false, "Operator": 0 } ] } }, Now this says the Charge Up ability will Deactivate when I have a Charge Up status effect with my new Charge Up keyword, and activate again when that effect is gone. Now you can charge up and blast off into the air, and a whole new type of abilities are available to Deadfire. What are the downsides to charging abilities? They take up valuable space on the screen, but only one space per modal group. I'm not sure what else, but I think it's really cool.
  8. Unfortunately you do need the conditionals to prevent being able to upgrade everything. To answer your earlier question, that's what the conditionals there are for--limiting availability. Something cool I just learned is that you can add your own item sketches in the top of the item data and just put the 300x240 png in that location: "PencilSketchTexture": "gui/itemsketches/sketch_solo_hero_back.png"
  9. Actually, OnHit would never work ever, because it has to be OnPlainHit. OnHit only works for visual effects!
  10. The above example wouldn't actually work unless your ApplyStatusEffectOnEvent used an EventValue of OnHitOrCriticallyHit, because if it was just OnHit then there'd be no damage applied when you are critically hit.
  11. Triggers in Deadfire refer to something different. In the Trigger section of the status effects you can set actions that would trigger changes to the status effect. You can change duration, status effect value, etc. What you're talking about is "how to trigger an effect after an action", which could also be called triggers but there is a specific use for the term trigger in Deadfire. You ApplyStatusEffectOnEvent to have a status effect create when the EventValue occurs. For instance, let's say you make that ApplyStatusEfectOnEvent status to create a Damage status effect OnHit. So Whenever you're hit, you create damage to yourself. But if you wanted to increase the damage OnCriticallyHit, then you'd put that in the TriggerOnEvent for the Damage status effect, and ValueAdjustment 5, to increase the damage by 5. TriggerOffEvent would be OnDamaged to clear the bonus damage before the next round of hits.
  12. OnHitOrCriticallyHit just excludes grazes, that's the difference. OnDamaged is better, you were right there. Another problem with OnDamaged would be it applying a lot during rapid damage ticking effects or wall spells, etc. You may want to put "hostile" instead of "default" in the attack filter so it doesn't trigger if you damage or hit yourself. I don't know if it filters for attack hostility normally, but I don't often filter for hostile attacks so I guess it does check automatically. Changing the duration of dazzling lights to infinite was a dumb suggestion from me (as I mentioned before), but the ApplyOnEvent should be infinite. You are correct that if you wanted different durations you'd have to make new copies of the spells and ideally change their guids to prevent overwrite, and change the names to avoid confusion, but you could always point to different affliction statuses if you want to save the time and work.
  13. I'm glad that you said it worked but doesn't that combat log say that Dazzling Lights started because you hit someone else? I thought you wanted it to start when you were hit. OnHitOrCriticallyHit is the correct event trigger for that. Btw, the Trigger section of statuseffects is for altering the status on events. So if you wanted to adjust the duration OnHit, you could do that. And I was wrong to say that the Dazzling Lights should have infinite duration, that was just dumb
  14. Arkemyr's Robe: ItemMod ID-->StatusEffect ApplyStatusEffectOnEvent, event value: OnHit, AttackTargetFilter healthOperator: LessThanOrEqualTo, HealthPercentage: 0.25, StatusEffectValueIDs: guid of your next status effect-->Dazzling Lights StatusEffect but with infinite duration
  15. Pro-Tip: The VFX can prevent the ability from loading if you put Event": "OnHit" for a SE that itself doesn't check for an event
  16. I was talking about the very first post pinned on this forum. The very first post you see on this forum. It's labeled tutorial.
  17. 1. Install visual studio code 2. Configure the settings to recognize .gamedatabundle files as json format as shown on the tutorial 3. Copy an existing mod - atlas folder is for icons, design folder is for code, localized folder is for names and descriptions for your code 4. Make the ability in Visual Studio. The game data sequence is Ability or Item --> Attacks --> StatusEffects. Those link from one to the other 5. Before you start, you'll want to open up a browser with one tab for the random guid generator website, one tab for the Obsidian enumeration documentation (Concepts documentation), and one tab on the Fextralife abilities list. GUIDs are the unique identifiers for a code section, used for linking together and referencing them. 6. Create a text file for the text strings you're going to make to name and describe the ability, item, statuseffect. All of these will have names so you'll need to keep a running list of the text string number you give it. Make it a big number so other people don't choose the same one, then each new number is 1+ the previous number 7. It's extremely helpful to have a textfile of helpful guids, such as keywords, animation times, class IDs, tick rates, etc. 8. Copy the exported folder in your game file and look at the copies for reference. Look at similar abilities and statuses and use those as a base for your new ability. 9. Create a ring that gives you the ability so you can just use the console command giveitem ring_name and then put the ring on you, and test it faster that way to see if it works. Visual effects are a pain. If the game won't load because of spinning gears on the main menu, you screwed up your localization text strings. 10. Icons are created using the Sprite Sheet Packer in the tutorial. Just make one big sprite sheet and don't worry about other folders with the same name as your sprite sheet. It's all loaded. The icon location is ...../abilities/icon_name.png 11. Use the Append method in the tutorial to add the ability to the ability tree. Subclasses use special Conditional code that you have to copy and use. All of the base code is in the pt_progressiontables file 12. Your first ability might take 40 hours. If you keep doing it and make nice text files to help you reference easier, you can make an ability as fast as 30 minutes without testing it.
  18. I couldn't figure out how to copy a spell effect from the vfx bundle and create a new record, or even alter an existing one. Has anyone discovered anything? It would be killer to be able to change vfx so they can scale, loop, or create copies with a different color.
  19. Pro-Tip: +OnMovementEnd sometimes "doesn't work" because it triggers automatically an extra time, immediately when you don't want it to! - So if you have it cancel on the 2nd time, via MaxTriggerCount: 2, RemoveEffectAtMax: True, then it works as intended - I can't tell when exactly it triggers, but apparently at the end of casting, and at rest. Maybe the beginning of the current action.
  20. Pro-Tip: Multiple StatusEffects that do the same thing but for different reasons? --> "StackingRuleOverride": "Always" in the ability section • or only the highest DamageMultiple bonus will take effect, for example
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