How do I Scroll Map (Freely) on a CS using a Picture? + Other Tutorial Help

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Need help figuring out how to freely move the camera up & down or left & right on a cut scene using a picture made for me (assuming if Scroll Map is involved). If you have played Uru's "Size matters" you will know what I'm talking about. I've learned how to create cut scenes using pictures & making sequences, but not this.

I also want to figure out how to switch from a small sprite to a bigger sprite, which is also an inspiration from Uru's game.

And a lastly, I want to figure out how to change battle sprites using key items, for the game I'm creating. There are no tutorials on the forums explaining any of these and all the help that can come by will be appreciated.
 

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Please use separate threads for unrelated questions.

There are commands for Change Actor Images (or Sprites) that will let you swap out the map sprite and battle sprites. You can put these into an event, or into a common event and attach the common event to an item.

Scrolling the map can be done using the Scroll Map command. I haven't played that game so I have no idea if it requires anything more complex than that.
 

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Please use separate threads for unrelated questions.

There are commands for Change Actor Images (or Sprites) that will let you swap out the map sprite and battle sprites. You can put these into an event, or into a common event and attach the common event to an item.

Scrolling the map can be done using the Scroll Map command. I haven't played that game so I have no idea if it requires anything more complex than that.
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