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Good day everyone! This topic will be about the console and mods. Everyone here have most likely played a game where they have encountered a problem. The npc didn't give you the item, the door is did not get unlocked, the npc actor did not spawn, the trigger for the quest did not activate, you did not get moved to whatever zone and so on. So what i hope is that Obsidian will sit down and make a console that allow people to use commands to get around problems in case they happen. List of commands that should be in the game (with a few tweaks) Spawn NPC actor Spawn item Increase / decrease reputation Move all party members to zone + x,y Trigger script's -Quests -Start actor conversation -Traps -Unlock/lock -Specific events within quests and other encounters Experience, stats,skills, spells, god mode. Features: *If you have the console on then you can mouse over ANY object within the game to get information including the quest journal and get a list of the "important" triggers for it and the quests command line itself, if you mouse over the terrain you will see the zones name and x,y location. If you mouse over a npc you will see its script name also and so on (traps, chests) *Easy to use scrolling and smart function. If you start to write a command: /Spawnactor E Then if you scroll you should have a list of all the "actors" that start on the letter E Same with items and the commands themself you should be able to see and scroll to find the ones you want. Comments? Flames? More commands that might be important? Trolling? Cookies? Lets move on to "mods" We know that we will most likely not get any tools to help us make mods / content for the game. But i still have a thing that i hope Obsidian will think about when they make the game. What is that you might ask? Well most people here have most likely at some point used a "fanpatch" of some kind. What i hope that Obsidian will do is to make it "easier" for people to change, mod and fix problems within the game. They should have a good file structure that is easy to poke around with. It should be easy to "add" things to the game itself by having the game check a folder for any changes to the game (for example a place where you can add a fan patch). Comments? Flames? Anything else that should be added to make it easier? Trolling Cookies? So what do everyone think? Good? Bad? I do hope that Obsidian keep these things in mind as they work on the game to make it easier to fix, easier to make fan patches for and the ability to get around bugs that might happen. Thanks for taking your time to read!