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hyddenmyth

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#1 10 years ago

does anyone know how to make a random npc like the jedi_random??? for example i want to make random reborns how would you do that?




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#2 10 years ago

What exactly do you want to edit? If you want to change skin, change soundtrakcs of an NPC then use JK3 tutorials on Jedi Knight Files - Tutorial Listing. You'll find everything you need in the Skinnig and texturing and in th Other menus. All the programs you'll need can be downloaded from there. If you'd like to edit an NPC's force powers, abilities, weapons,properties etc., you'll need PackScape, which can be downloaded from here: Jedi Knight Files - NPC Tutorial , to open assets1.pk3 file in you JK3/GameData/Base folder. If you have opened assets1.pk3 with PackScape, open the ext_data folder, then the npcs folder. You'll find many files in there (for example, alora.npc), they can be opened with NotePad. If you open them, you'll se a lots of lines there. For further information what does each line mean see the website below: https://zerowing.idsoftware.com/svn/radiant.gamepacks/JAPack/trunk/Tools/ja.game/docs/NPC_read_me.txt Be careful, there can be more NPC's in a file (for example, in the alora.npc file there are 2 NPC's: the alora and the alora_dual NPCs). If you want to make a whole new NPC, then you'll have to do all the things stated above, plus, you'll have to make your own skin and soundtrack, if you don't already have one. For these, see the 1st link (Jedi Knight Files - NPC Tutorial). I hope I've been useful. Good luck with you npc making!




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#3 10 years ago

Do you mean having a random NPC get spawned somewhere in a map (so it's not always the same npc you're seeing at certain points upon replaying the map)? My guess would be scripting, but I'm not sure.