I take it you mean initiate a battle with the NPC. To do so, make the NPC an event by going into the editor, and clicking on the event editor button. Right click on the event made, then in the Event Commands window, go to the Third Tab. In there, you'll find the "Scene Control" box. The very first button, "Battle Processing" is what you want. The rest should be self explanatory, but if you need further help, don't be afraid to ask.
Those are your enemies so far! You need to create a new one if you want a specific one. I'd recommend you look up some basic mv tutorials since that is something that is neccisary knowledge for making RM games...
Well, as I said, you need to create an enemy THEN create a troop with that enemy in it. It's basic RM. Basically the things you see arent enemies but groups of specific enemies. You need to go to the troop tab of the database, create a new one and add your "Npc" 's enemy equivalent to that troop. Then that troop will appear on the list in the place we told you.
Hi everyone. I am having this exact same problem. I have set the event for battle processing and when the PC wins, I have it set to display a message. When the event(npc) is activated, instead of initiating combat it skips directly to the message that I set to display after the battle is won. I will include a screen shot. If I manage to fix this before someone replies, I will edit that this was answered.
OK, I got it to work as long as the only command is Battle Control. It ceases to work when I add control selfswitch a = on to create a new event where the NPC is gone (it's defeated so it should disapear). I'll include screenshots to show what I have set.
I got it to work. Here is how I set up the events, if anyone else finds they have my issue. I still cannot figure out the self switch to leave the NPC but not have it initiate a fight when you talk to them again. It skips straight to event page 2.
I'm currently scratching my head on how to design plains. What do I even put in plains? Some trees (but not too many or it turns into a forest)? Grass? A few bushes? That's a bit dull.
I'm looking for tutorials but Google didn't seem to find much (or maybe I have the wrong keywords). I don't know how to map plains and I don't know how to learn.
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