isColonizable = 0requiresTerraform Can this planet be colonized, it is a yes no question and follows the yes/no number format. This is used for the commands that the ship can use, it determines if the button for an action related to this is present when you click on a unit with this line in it. requiresTerraform = 0
Does this planet require terraforming, it is a yes no question and follows the yes/no number format.
Thats from westworlds bbom
isColonizable = 1 requiresTerraform = 1
Thats from the .odf of a planet type in a mod I have, when you colonize that type of planet, you get a colony, then loose it.
How does terraforming work in A2 ?
The two lines I quited from the bbom are all it has on the subject.
6th February 2005
isColonizable = 0 / 1 Every planet starts off in an uncolonized state, and has the potential to be populated if this switch is active. If the value = 0, this will mean the planet is uninhabitable.
requiresTerraform = 0 / 1 Seeing as there are no terraforming abilities in A2, this tag may be a little confusing, but the terraforming process referred to is triggered by the colony ship. These tags are used on all planetary bodies, including moons and latinum nebulae.
Ah, so basicly it doesnt work, unless someone figures how to add a terraforming ability ?
The Carbon Comrade
14th July 2004
Harcourt Fenton Mudd;5421753Ah, so basicly it doesnt work, unless someone figures how to add a terraforming ability ?
I think that unlikely. The Armada II game engine is too restricted.
I take it you havent checked up on the stuff megadroids doing ;) .