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Ok, so we just got RPG Maker MV and I decided to make a cutscene.
Well, my npc's move where they are supposed to, but then they won't say what I told them too. We have looked it up, tried way too many things.
:rtear: I just want my fox lady to talk to her husband once she is done watering her flowers!!
We tried switches and self switches, but we are moons and can't figure it out.
Please, any help is appreciated!!

Edit: So I figured it out. I was making a lot of mistakes. Way too many. But I found creating a even box way off and adding everything in there works and not on EVERY SINGLE PERSON... lol.
 
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We would need some screenshots of all your event pages to help you with your bug hunt.
Without knowing what exactly you did, we cannot provide solutions to your problem.
 

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The most important part of any cutscene is that it needs ONE controlling event that contains all commands. All other events have to be empty placeholders without any content or move commands, and they need to be given their move routes remotely from the controlling event.

after that it's just making that controlling event in the correct order, adding a show text when the player needs to see text and using set move route targeted on one of the placeholders if that event is supposed to move and so on.
 

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