- Feb 12, 2018
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is there a way to seperate character level from class level?
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I have looked for other plugins like Yanfly's, but all I ever ran into was a simple class change plugin, not one that really separated class and actor level.If you already know that and you're asking how to do it in MV, do a Google for job plugins; I know Yanfly has one, I'm sure other people must as well.
The job system i'm trying to create is similar to Final fantasy 5.You might want to describe how you are looking for this to function because there are different ways that games have handled this general idea.
As has been mentioned, there is the Job system from older Final Fantasy games. Old Dungeons & Dragons and Dragon Quest 3 used the Dual-class system where a character could mostly start over as a new class and then get the benefits of both when their new class levels up to where their old class level was when they switched. There's also the modern D&D multi-class system where you just choose what class you want to level up in each time a character gains a level. So you could be a 2nd level Fighter, 3rd level Rogue. Oh, yeah. Old D&D actually had two different systems. The other one allowed non-human races to start as two or three different classes but it took two to three times as long to level up because the XP was split between all of the classes they had.
These are all very different systems and we have no way of know which one of these is what you want or if you're looking for something else entirely. You should probably elaborate if you want more relevant and useful advice from the community.
I think that he/she is looking for a class character plugin like the scripts created by yanfly for vx ace and addons. seeing the plugins that yanfly has for MV they do not do what the ACE ones do.You might want to describe how you are looking for this to function because there are different ways that games have handled this general idea.