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Botdra Lar'les

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#1 10 years ago

I had a few questions about using the force. 1) Can I make it so that you can do two force things at the same time? (IE) Use force grip on a person with one hand, then push him away with the other? 2) Can I make the force two-handed? (like stated in the above question) 3) Can I add more force powers to the game? 4) Can I make unlimited force (IE you don't lose any force after using a force power?) 5) Can I make the force target only certain people or only one person at a time? 6) Can I control the distance of Saber Throw as well as the angle, etc.? Maybe using the Numpad? That's all for now. Thanks guys.




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#2 10 years ago
I had a few questions about using the force. 1) Can I make it so that you can do two force things at the same time? (IE) Use force grip on a person with one hand, then push him away with the other? 2) Can I make the force two-handed? (like stated in the above question) 3) Can I add more force powers to the game? 4) Can I make unlimited force (IE you don't lose any force after using a force power?) 5) Can I make the force target only certain people or only one person at a time? 6) Can I control the distance of Saber Throw as well as the angle, etc.? Maybe using the Numpad? That's all for now. Thanks guys.

1. Yes you can, simply choose grip from the selection and press F1 and the same time. Or you can bind a key. 2. I don't believe you can, unless you're good at messing around with mods. 3. Yes, there are many "mods" that you can download at Jedi Knight 3, Jedi Knight 3 Downloads - FileFront.com 4.Yes and no, the only way to have unlimited force powers is to bind a key. Or if you type in "playermodel kyle" it will give you 200 force and make you look like kyle. 5. Yes? Not quite sure what you mean. You can aim with the force using the default crosshairs. 6.No, I'm afraid not.

First to enable cheats press "shift" and "~" without the quotes. Then type in "helpusobi 1" without the quotes. To bind a key get into Jedi Knight jedi academy, in a mission and press "shift" and "~" without the quotes. Once that is opened type this "bind y give force" exactly like that. You substitute your letter or what you are binding. To enter a playermodel press "shift" and "~" without the quotes, then type in "playermodel kyle" which gives you 200 force and makes you look like kyle. Then to switch back to your character type "playermodel player"




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#3 10 years ago

I know how to use cheats and such but maybe I can make the force-regen rate faster?




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#4 10 years ago

Much of it depends on whether you're talkin' SP or MP.

1) No, unless you code such features into MP.

2) I'm fairly sure Force powers are hardcoded into the 'core' module of the source code, so therefore is uneditable. That's the only reason I can see as to why no one such as the MB2 team, or Slider (JA+) have modified them, and why I see nothing pertaining to the force powers within the SDK. So, that would be a no.

3) Same as #2.

4) The closest you can get in singleplayer is binding the command 'give force' to R, and hit it when your energy runs low. Multiplayer, several server mods already possess this feature.

5) This depends on what powers you want to use. For Push and Pull, you can do this by keeping them at a lower level. For drain and lightning, no, as you'd need to edit the relevant code which, as said earlier, I don't believe we have access to; so the best you can do is keep people out of the area of effect.

6) Saber throw always goes straight ahead, as for distance, does it not stop and come back to you when you release secondary fire? Or am I thinking of a different game?

Rule #32: Don't ever use the model command to assign an NPC profile to yourself. It causes game-breaking bugs, and really, having 200 Force energy points just isn't worth it, since you will never need more than 100 unless you suck horribly at the game - which is very hard to do, since even on Jedi Master the game is incredibly easy.


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#5 10 years ago

You can make A NPC that instantly regenrates all force by useing this NPC tool NPC Tool v1.0.0.116, Jedi Knight 3 Downloads, Jedi Knight 3 Others then when your ingame just tipe playermodel "whatevre your npc name is" then you can have lots of force

You can make a NPC that has 999 force points and instant force regain by makeing a NPC and adding the lines forceRegenAmount 999 forceRegenRate 999 forcePowerMax 999

To your NPC file. Or you cold do it the easy way and use the NPC tool found here NPC Tool v1.0.0.116, Jedi Knight 3 Downloads, Jedi Knight 3 Others

I have never had a problum doing this or useing the playermodel command.




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#6 10 years ago

MP: means Multiplayer, SP: means Singleplayer 1. SP: I know that you can use force lightning and force push at the same time. Not quite sure about other force powers. Just bind some keys. Here are some screenshots of me using force lightning and force push at the same time… 2. SP/MP: No, not really. 3. MP: Here are some “new” force powers for multiplayer. Chaos Force Unlimited, Jedi Knight 3 Downloads, Jedi Knight 3 Mods 4. SP: You can bind a key as stated above. MP: Or there are some servers, such as JKA disruption that have the force bar recharge at three times the normal rate. Not sure how to do that, better ask Kouen. 5. MP/SP: Like Kouen said, only the lower force powers allow you to do that. 6. MP: No you can’t. SP: When you have force throw 3 then the saber will automatically go toward the closest enemy that is within range.

Rule #32: Don't ever use the model command to assign an NPC profile to yourself. It causes game-breaking bugs, and really, having 200 Force energy points just isn't worth it, since you will never need more than 100 unless you suck horribly at the game - which is very hard to do, since even on Jedi Master the game is incredibly easy.

You’re right the game is incredibly easy. That’s what cheats are for, once you have beaten the game to go back, use them, and have fun. You have to admit it is fun to blow back stormies with force lightining for an extended amount of time. As for the bugs, never happened to me, but then again I might just be lucky. Here is a screenshot of me using force lightning and force push, hard to see but still there. [ATTACH]61567[/ATTACH][ATTACH]61568[/ATTACH] You will have to enlarge it to see the force push.

You can make A NPC that instantly regenrates all force by useing this NPC tool NPC Tool v1.0.0.116, Jedi Knight 3 Downloads, Jedi Knight 3 Others then when your ingame just tipe playermodel "whatevre your npc name is" then you can have lots of force You can make a NPC that has 999 force points and instant force regain by makeing a NPC and adding the lines forceRegenAmount 999 forceRegenRate 999 forcePowerMax 999 To your NPC file. Or you cold do it the easy way and use the NPC tool found here NPC Tool v1.0.0.116, Jedi Knight 3 Downloads, Jedi Knight 3 Others I have never had a problum doing this or useing the playermodel command.

Never knew that it was possible. Can you edit a npc file that has already been created, if so where do you go to do that, and how do you do that?




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#7 10 years ago

yes you can edit a created NPC. If you want to change a NPC that you downloaded open the pk3 that you downloaded in there will be a folder named ext_data inside that is a folder named npc in that is the npc file. extract the npc file any ware out of the pk3 then open up the extracted npc file with notepad. Then stick the edited npc file back in the pk3 that you downloaded. If you want to edit a base JK:JA npc you will nead pakscape found here Pakscape, Jedi Knight 3 Downloads, Jedi Knight 3 Modding Tools open pakscape then useing pakscape open assets1 in there is the ext_data in that the npc folder in that are all the base npc files. when your finished editing the npc you want make a pk3, name it what ever you want. In the pk3 make a folder named ext_data in that a folder named npc. Then take the pk3 you made and stick that in your base folder. It would be a lot easer if you used the npc tool that I posted a link for in my last post.




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#8 10 years ago

Thanks, I appreciate your help. *Mutters to himself* Now I can drain the life out of rosh, slowly *then remembers that he needs to get his game back first*




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#9 10 years ago

can you replace existing forcepowers with new forcepowers?? like say Can I replace force protect with MB2 force destruction (or whatever the power Jerec has)????




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#10 10 years ago

The singleplayer component of the game is less moddable than KotOR2.

In other words, naw.


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