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Thread: Command Console or way to add item to Inventory?

  1. #1
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    Command Console or way to add item to Inventory?

    I am looking for a config file that can be edited to add a leek to my inventory, or on the ground, or re-plant them. Also, I accidentally pissed off the reble base, and want to change my faction status...
    Someone know a way?

    Thanks

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    Registered: Jul 2011
    Quote Originally Posted by Trixter01 View Post
    I am looking for a config file that can be edited to add a leek to my inventory, or on the ground, or re-plant them.
    Recent Arx Libertatis development snapshots have a script console. The command to add one leek to your inventory is
    Code:
    inventory playeradd provisions/food_leek/food_leek
    Or to add 10 leeks at once (or any other number):
    Code:
    inventory playeraddmulti provisions/food_leek/food_leek 10
    If there is no space in the player inventory the leeks will be dropped in front of the player.

    Or you can spawn them anywhere in the scene:
    Code:
    spawn item provisions/food_leek/food_leek self
    The last parameter here (self) specifies where to spawn the item - it must be a valid entity ID or "self" to use the calling entity (the player in case of the script console).

    Quote Originally Posted by Trixter01 View Post
    Also, I accidentally pissed off the reble base, and want to change my faction status...
    Someone know a way?
    Yes, try to be nicer to the NPCs.

    The scripts don't seem to account for making the rebels friendly again so it will be painful to reverse the faction status even with the script console.

    The faction status is controlled via the global script variable #dissident_enemy, which u can reset using the following command
    Code:
    set #dissident_enemy 0
    However, that will not make any rebel NPCs friendly that are already aggressive towards the player.
    Each NPC has an entity script variable §enemy that defines if that NPC considers the player an entity. Currently it is not possible to enter the non-ASCII character § into the script console with the correct encoding so that it will be recognized by the script engine.
    Further, there is more entity state like the current behavior that will not be automatically reset even if you manage to change §enemy variables for all rebel NPCs.

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