Creating a Terrain ID variable from two coordinates

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Luth

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Hello there :)

I try to figure out how to replicate a command from RPG Maker 2003 (Store Terrain ID) : The whole idea is to get a Terrain ID variable from coordinates stocked in two other variables (X and Y).

This allows to check the Terrain ID on which every event is located... pretty useful but I can't get to understand how to do it.
I can get the x and y coordinates of an event but I can't understand how to get its ID..!

Any help would be apprecied :)
 

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Get Location Info, on tab 3 of the event commands, will allow you to do this.
 

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Oh my... I'm very confused for asking.

That was really clear but i guess I was on a "Seek for a very precise expression rather than a concept" mode...

Delete thread if needed, or perhaps it will help people searching for those tags...

Have a nice day, thanks for the quick reaction :)
 

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