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I think the script for damage modifiers do work. The issue is that the numbers on the screen aren't any different. I'm in the Estersand area where my character is doing about 40 damage to enemies. Without the script, it takes 2-3 hits to kill one, but when I turn on the script, one hit is killing them, yet it's still saying I only do about 40 damage. That's probably the issue. Likewise, I set the hero damage multiplier to 0.5. When a Wolf hit me for 6 damage, my HP only went down by 3.
I'd pretty much pay someone at this point to find a 100% steal code. I've looked for ever to find that one condition/ chance that sets a steal to successful or not. Hopefully someone else can find it.
I just noticed something off with the license table. During my current run, Penelo's addresses are not being detected, and Ashe's addresses are actually modifying Balthier's stats. Seems like the pointer isn't entirely accurate just yet. It was fine in a previous run today, so not sure what could be messing with the addresses.MancombSeepgood wrote: ↑Sat Feb 10, 2018 12:56 amI actually went ahead and did that - since I had rearranged the table anyways, the rest was easy with a bit of Lua shenanigans. I mean, you're right, of course - your table works perfectly fine, but I like tinkering and editing licenses is a good deal more convenient this way .
I've attached the table, but it's not the tidiest thing in the world - if anyone feels an urge to sort the licenses, please feel free to do so .
EDIT: Don't execute the Lua script when asked after opening the table, you'll duplicate all values otherwise.
EDIT 2: I cleaned the table up a bit (I arranged the entries alphabetically) and removed the Lua script so it doesn't bother anyone on startup. I copied it into the table extras, though, just for reference in case anyone is curious.
Check my table on page 7. Under Event Related there's something in there for the gates. Don't know 100% if it will work, since I ported it from a different table.
Check the table on page 7. Under "Natural Effects" for each character, one of the options is for the genji gloves effect, which increases the chance for multiple hits.
They shouldn't have. The jobs are on line 12. IDK about that other table though. The addresses for Licenses are static. Like pretty much everything on my table. I don't know enough to do scripts or anything yet.
Thanks, this helped a lot. I finished the script but our chart is missing a few values. If you or someone could go in and fill in the handful of highlighted items in this chart it would be complete: https://1drv.ms/x/s!AiiAvv4yzEy6nxho5NZfNJesPiKjMancombSeepgood wrote: ↑Fri Feb 09, 2018 7:05 pm
I've actually rearranged PhoenixFlare's matrix (great work, by the way - all credit goes to him!) to make the bit values of the individual licenses more easily findable. Maybe you can make use of it . You can find the spreadsheet here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... sp=sharing
The initial licenses of each character can be found in the FF Wiki: http://finalfantasy.wikia.com/wiki/License_Board
In the meantime, this script is functional to reset jobs and LP. This script will refund all the LP you've spent and reset your jobs, so you can try out different builds.
I haven't tested it with second job selected but I see no reason it won't work.
edit: Added removal of starter skills as optional
Instead of resetting the characters to their default skills, I just reset everything and refunded the default skills. If you want to have your default skills you can add them back, and if not you can choose to skip them.
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Hello! I just started playing and picked up the Firefly at the beginning. After some googling, I saw that it'd take forever until I get some more for the rest of my characters. Is there any way to only cheat in a specific accessory?
Can you check to see what happens when you put the hero damage modifier to 1.5 and 2.0?JNolan wrote: ↑Sun Feb 11, 2018 9:25 pmI think the script for damage modifiers do work. The issue is that the numbers on the screen aren't any different. I'm in the Estersand area where my character is doing about 40 damage to enemies. Without the script, it takes 2-3 hits to kill one, but when I turn on the script, one hit is killing them, yet it's still saying I only do about 40 damage. That's probably the issue. Likewise, I set the hero damage multiplier to 0.5. When a Wolf hit me for 6 damage, my HP only went down by 3.