The "faceName null" error is something that has been reported a few times, and I apparently made a note that I couldn't reproduce it. If I had a copy of your project, it would probably be possible to reproduce it and find a solution.
If I understand correctly, the gaps you're proposing to fill in this manner are missing large enemy sprites, right? In which case it seems like quite a reasonable thing to try. It is a little unfortunate that many of them would be completely weaponless, but maybe they just fight with their fists.
While the editor itself may not run on Linux, games written in RPGMaker certainly can, and I would hazard that the editor likely runs fine under WINE should you wish to develop on a Linux computer. (You could use the trial period to ascertain if that's true.)
It could be that you're remembering someone commenting about how if-else constructs behave a little strangely in an eval context. An eval returns the result of the last expression. If there is an if-else construct and no additional expression after it, then the expression returned is the last...
Why would this work? If it ignores interacting with the event, then it would never even reach the conditional branch that checks you're in an airship, would it?
That aside, if you click through to my plugins page, you will find a plugin called SFG_EventTriggers which provides some customization...
If I recall correctly, isn't it possible to activate a skill from an event? So, your "limit break" skill could call an event which then checks what weapon is equipped and activates the appropriate skill.
That still requires a way to inform the event who activated the skill, but I'm pretty sure...
Actually, Arthran's code is correct. That extra question mark avoids an error message if the plugin is not found (and returns undefined in that case). It shouldn't matter in most cases, as you wouldn't be searching for a plugin that you don't have, but it's more correct.
Something like this should work to get the sum of everyone's attack power:
$gameParty.members().reduce((sum, actor) => sum + actor.param(0))
That requires the latest version of RPG Maker MV, and I haven't tested it so there may be minor syntax errors. Before using it, I would recommend pasting...
Ahh, I understand now. Your original post didn't make that clear.
I haven't looked at the code, but it might be possible to set a negative drain or something and have that work. The engine (or the editor) might not let that happen though. Still, it could be worth a try if you don't already have...
Isn't there a built-in MP drain function in the engine?
This doesn't exist. You would need a plugin that implements the functionality.
While having the book item check the actor to determine which spell to teach is one approach, there is another option. You already have a plugin to limit a...
Something like this should work:
$gameParty.allMembers().some(who => who.isStateAffected(4))
That includes members not participating in battle. If you only want the fighting members, I believe it's battleMembers, and if I recall correctly, just members will also work (and include only battle...
One of the MV examples (in the dlc folder if you got it on Steam, or as a separate download if not) is literally a gacha… I don't know how well it transfers to MZ though. It would probably take some work to port.
This is not correct. If you log out of Steam, the Steam version will refuse to launch. It has been some time since I tried it, but I believe it requires Steam to be running in the background to verify that you own it.
And with that all the in game menu busts are replaced fo the party
The full artwork versions of all of them can be found on my tumblr, linked as my bio website
Just search Menu Status in the search bar
(since they're pretty big I wasn't going to post the artwork versions here)
It would be kind of brutal, but I lowkey want to add in a secret boss battle against a literal bucket, just so that if you use the kick attack on it, it says "[character] kicks the bucket," and drops you down to like 1 HP.