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Re: Encased

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shuiko wrote:
Sat Dec 26, 2020 12:36 am
Perk points anyone? I tried the way with spending one perk point and search as 1 as 4byte as someone mention on steam, then tried doing the normal standard way have 5 pts, spend 1 search 4 pts. Doesn't seem to work =/
For perks, you search for the number of perks you've spent so far. So assuming you have 6 perks to spare, you'd buy one perk and search for "1", you'd buy one more perk and search for "2", and so on, until you've spent all your perk points and are left with a single 4-Byte value of "6", assuming you spent all your points.

When you change that 4-Byte value to 0, you'd have 6 new points to spend. If you change that value to -2, you'd be left with 8 points to spend.

Of course, the crux of the matter is that in order to actually perform this search, you need something along the lines of ~3-5 perk points already, which makes it impossible to add perks when you'd want to - early in the game. And you'd have to not spend perks at all for many, many, many levels. And you can't find the 4-Byte value in one game and then load a save, because that will change it.

There must be a better way to find the correct value, but I sure as hell don't know it. Incredibly frustrating.

There also appears to be no way to use the in-game console to add perks or perk points.

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Re: Encased

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I've tried that method of finding perk data, but it seems to be overwritten even if you freeze the value.

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Re: Encased

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Wyzegy wrote:
Tue Dec 29, 2020 4:39 am
I've tried that method of finding perk data, but it seems to be overwritten even if you freeze the value.
Nope, it works. I just tried it myself just to make sure. Of course, this system is completely useless if you just want to add 1-2 perks or something, or without leveling a ton at first.

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Re: Encased

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Yeah I had one of the skills where you got a free perk so it was messing with my count. The problem I run into now is that after adding all the perks I want, the game just freezes when you go into another zone. Like there might be a cap on the amount of perks you can have or something like that.

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Re: Encased

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Rebelicious wrote:
Mon Dec 28, 2020 2:28 am
shuiko wrote:
Sat Dec 26, 2020 12:36 am
Perk points anyone? I tried the way with spending one perk point and search as 1 as 4byte as someone mention on steam, then tried doing the normal standard way have 5 pts, spend 1 search 4 pts. Doesn't seem to work =/
For perks, you search for the number of perks you've spent so far. So assuming you have 6 perks to spare, you'd buy one perk and search for "1", you'd buy one more perk and search for "2", and so on, until you've spent all your perk points and are left with a single 4-Byte value of "6", assuming you spent all your points.

When you change that 4-Byte value to 0, you'd have 6 new points to spend. If you change that value to -2, you'd be left with 8 points to spend.

Of course, the crux of the matter is that in order to actually perform this search, you need something along the lines of ~3-5 perk points already, which makes it impossible to add perks when you'd want to - early in the game. And you'd have to not spend perks at all for many, many, many levels. And you can't find the 4-Byte value in one game and then load a save, because that will change it.

There must be a better way to find the correct value, but I sure as hell don't know it. Incredibly frustrating.

There also appears to be no way to use the in-game console to add perks or perk points.
I tried this and it doesn't work, the value simply doesn't show neither in 4 biter nor with a complete search.

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Re: Encased

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abbo1993 wrote:
Fri Jan 01, 2021 9:55 pm
Rebelicious wrote:
Mon Dec 28, 2020 2:28 am
shuiko wrote:
Sat Dec 26, 2020 12:36 am
Perk points anyone? I tried the way with spending one perk point and search as 1 as 4byte as someone mention on steam, then tried doing the normal standard way have 5 pts, spend 1 search 4 pts. Doesn't seem to work =/
For perks, you search for the number of perks you've spent so far. So assuming you have 6 perks to spare, you'd buy one perk and search for "1", you'd buy one more perk and search for "2", and so on, until you've spent all your perk points and are left with a single 4-Byte value of "6", assuming you spent all your points.

When you change that 4-Byte value to 0, you'd have 6 new points to spend. If you change that value to -2, you'd be left with 8 points to spend.

Of course, the crux of the matter is that in order to actually perform this search, you need something along the lines of ~3-5 perk points already, which makes it impossible to add perks when you'd want to - early in the game. And you'd have to not spend perks at all for many, many, many levels. And you can't find the 4-Byte value in one game and then load a save, because that will change it.

There must be a better way to find the correct value, but I sure as hell don't know it. Incredibly frustrating.

There also appears to be no way to use the in-game console to add perks or perk points.
I tried this and it doesn't work, the value simply doesn't show neither in 4 biter nor with a complete search.
I don't know what to tell you other than that you're doing something wrong. I actually managed use this system just the other day to search for 0 repeatedly while playing, and then at lvl 3 buy a single perk, search for 1 (repeatedly), ending up with ~160 numbers, and then by trial and error finding the correct 4-byte entry, giving myself extra perks.

It is not effective by a long shot, though. We need something different, so we can add perks when we want to. It is simply not reasonable to have to wait for 9 levels before having enough perks to.. well.. get extra perks.

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Re: Encased

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Table completely stopped working, in Encased version 0.20.1230.1316 (43882) (GoG) Completely remade the game, please update the table. :(
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P.S.
How can you hack the weight you carry?
And then I like to collect everything in all locations, but without hacking the game this is impossible to do. :shock:
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At the moment, there are no working trainers or tables. :dry:

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Re: Encased

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OK, so the newest version came out in January and it breaks every "cheat system" out there. I rolled mine back to Patch 3 so that Cake-san's table would work. Whatever the developer did also seems to have made it very hard to scan with Cheat Engine properly. I'll admit to not being very good with CE, so maybe I'm doing it wrong, but I also find it pretty difficult to do without the table data that tells me more of what I'm looking at when I do try. To those whose hard work allows the rest of us to blatantly cheat our way through life, please fix this and thanks!

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Re: Encased

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when you make your character, when setting points in attributes search for float(unknown variable) and use +1/-1 until you only have 1(or multiple if you'r doing them all at ones) then set everything to something like 100 or so to have stupid stats.
for perks, only way seem to actually level up your character, and the console command "Cheats.AddExp(1000)" works fine for that, careful with stupidly high stats as the game will not instantly cry if its too high.

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