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Table of Contents
 
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† Message † Party † Actor † ​
† Game Progression † Flow Control † ​
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† Movement † Timing † Picture and Weather † ​
† Character † Screen Effect † Music and Sounds † ​
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† Scene Control † Map † System Settings † ​
† Battle † Movie † ​
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†  Other Useful Things! † ​
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Things to Remember!
ANY numbers you key in should NOT have leading zeros -​
e.g. map numbers, event numbers, variable/switch numbers.​
(E.g. Don't type EV002, just type in 2)​
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Special Thanks and Credits!
Shaz for handling all my questions and missing functions!​
Galv for taking time to figure out script call commands with me!​
Yami for helping me find some missing functions and teaching about damage formulas which got referenced here!​
GrandmaDeb and everyone for reminding me that this should be done.​
 
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Message
Show Text
Code:
$game_message.face_name = 'fName'
$game_message.face_index = fIndex
$game_message.background = fBG
$game_message.position = fPos
$game_message.add("Text")
# fName - Name of file containing desired face. Also automatically searches
# files included in RGSS-RTP. File extensions may be omitted.
# fIndex - Numerical identifier of face (0 is the first face).
# fBG - [0] Normal, [1] Faded, [2] Transparent
# fPos - [0] Top, [1] Middle, [2] Bottom

Show Choices
This is not something we recommend to use. Show Choices is very complicated.
Code:
params = []
choices = []
choices.push("choice 1")
choices.push("choice 2")
params.push(choices)
params.push(0/1/2 this part is where you press cancel and which choice to default)
setup_choices(params)

Input Number
Code:
$game_message.num_input_variable_id = x
$game_message.num_input_digits_max = y
Example Usage:
Input a 3 digit number into variable 5
Code:
$game_message.num_input_variable_id = 5
$game_message.num_input_digits_max = 3

Select Key Item
Code:
$game_message.item_choice_variable_id = x
Where x is the Variable Dd you want the item number put into.

Show Scrolling Text
Code:
$game_message.scroll_mode = true
$game_message.scroll_speed = 1
$game_message.scroll_no_fast = false
$game_message.add("A long time ago,")
$game_message.add("in a galaxy far, far away ...")
$game_message.add("")
$game_message.add("")
$game_message.add("")
$game_message.add("...")

Party

Change HP
Code:
# For Single Actor
# ----------------------------------------------
actor = $game_actors[id]
if !actor.dead?
actor.change_hp(value, enable_death)
actor.perform_collapse_effect if actor.dead?
end

# For Entire Party
# ----------------------------------------------
$game_party.members.each { |actor|
next if actor.dead?
actor.change_hp(value, enable_death)
actor.perform_collapse_effect if actor_dead?
}

# Where id (in the first one) is the id of the single actor
# value is the change to make (a positive or negative amount to be added to the current hp)
# 5 will make someone with HP 10 go to 15
# -5 will make someone with HP 10 go to 5
# so it's not SETTING the value, but adjusting it.
# enable_death is true or false

Change MP
Code:
# For Single Actor
# ----------------------------------------------
$game_actors[id].mp += value

# For Entire Party
# ----------------------------------------------
$game_party.members.each { |actor| actor.mp += value }

# where id (in the first one) is the id of the single actor
# value is the amount to change
# You can also do -= or *= or /= instead of += ... that way you can keep value positive

Change State
Code:
# Add State For Single Actor
# ----------------------------------------------
actor = $game_actors[id]
already_dead = actor.dead?
actor.add_state(state_id)
actor.perform_collapse_effect if actor.dead? and !already_dead
actor.result.clear

# Remove State For Single Actor
# ----------------------------------------------
actor = $game_actors[id]
actor.remove_state(state_id)
actor.result.clear

# Add State For Entire Party
# ----------------------------------------------
$game_party.members.each { |actor|
already_dead = actor.dead?
actor.add_state(state_id)
actor.perform_collapse_effect if actor.dead? and !already_dead
}
$game_party.clear_results

# Remove State For Entire Party
# ----------------------------------------------
$game_party.members.each { |actor| actor.remove_state(state_id) }
$game_party.clear_results

where id (in the first two) is the id of the individual actor
state_id is the id of the state you want to add or remove

# I'm working on the assumption that removing a state will NOT cause actor death. The interpreter script DOES do the
# perform_collapse_effect if actor.dead? && !already_dead test even when removing a state.
# LMK if you think that needs to be added in, and I'll adjust the state remove scriptlets.

Recover All
Code:
# For Single Actor
# ----------------------------------------------
$game_actors[id].recover_all

# For Entire Party
# ----------------------------------------------
$game_party.members.each { |actor| actor.recover_all }

Change EXP
Code:
# For Single Actor
# ----------------------------------------------
$game_actors[id].change_exp(new_exp, show)

# For Entire Party
# ----------------------------------------------
$game_party.members.each { |actor| actor.change_exp(new_exp, show)

# where id (in the first one) is the id of the individual actor
# show is true or false - if true, it will display a level up message and list new skills if the exp puts them past the current level
# new_exp is what you want to SET the exp to (this is not an adjustment - if they have 50 and you want to add 10, you need to pass 60)
# If you WANT to pass an adjustment, change this:
new_exp
# to this:
actor.exp + value
# where value is a positive or negative amount

Change Level
Code:
# For Single Actor
# ----------------------------------------------
$game_actors[id].change_level(new_level, show)

# For Entire Party
# ----------------------------------------------
$game_party.members.each { |actor| actor.change_level(new_level, show)

# where id (in the first one) is the id of the individual actor
# show is true or false (as above, for level up and skills messages)
# new_level is the level you want to change them to (not an adjustment)
# If you WANT to make an adjustment (give them all an extra level, not necessarily make them all the SAME new level), change this:
new_level
# to this:
actor.level + value
# where value is a positive or negative amount

Change Parameters
Code:
# For Single Actor
# ----------------------------------------------
$game_actors[id].add_param(pid, value)

# For Entire Party
# ----------------------------------------------
$game_party.members.each { |actor| actor.add_param(pid, value)

# where id is the actor id
# pid is the parameter id (0=MHP, 1=MMP, 2=ATK, 3=DEF, 4=MAT, 5=MDF, 6=AGI, 7=LUK)
# value is the amount to add or subtract

Change Skills
Code:
# For Single Actor
# ----------------------------------------------
$game_actors[id].learn_skill(sid)
$game_actors[id].forget_skill(sid)

# For Entire Party
# ----------------------------------------------
$game_party.members.each { |actor| actor.learn_skill(sid) }
$game_party.members.each { |actor| actor.forget_skill(sid) }

# where id is the id of the actor
# sid is the id of the skill to learn or forget

Change Equipment
Code:
$game_actors[id].change_equip_by_id(slot, equip) if $game_actors[id]
# id is actor id
# slot is the slot number (0=weapon, 1=shield, 2=head, 3=body, 4=accessory)
# equip is the weapon or armor id

Change Name
Code:
$game_actors[id].name = "Name" if $game_actors[id]

Change Class
Code:
$game_actors[id].change_class(cid) if $game_actors[id] and $data_classes[cid]
# where id is the actor id
# cid is the class id

Change Nickname
Code:
$game_actors[id].nickname = "Nickname" if $game_actors[id]

Party

Change Gold
Code:
$game_party.gain_gold(amount)
$game_party.lose_gold(amount)
Alternatively where Value is + or - amount.
Code:
$game_party.gain_gold(100) #Add Gold
$game_party.gain_gold(-100) #Decrease Gold

Change Items
Code:
$game_party.gain_item($data_items[n], amount)
$game_party.lose_item($data_items[n], amount)

Change Weapons
Code:
$game_party.gain_item($data_weapons[n], amount)
$game_party.lose_item($data_weapons[n], amount)

Change Armor
Code:
$game_party.gain_item($data_armors[n], amount)
$game_party.lose_item($data_armors[n], amount)

Change Party Member
Code:
# Add Actor by ID
$game_party.add_actor(actor_id)

# Remove Actor by ID
$game_party.remove_actor(actor_id)

# Remove Actor by Party Position
partyMem = $game_party.members
$game_party.remove_actor(partyMem[memPos].id)

# actor_id - Numerical identifier of actor within database.
# memPos - Numerical identifier of actor within current party. 0 = 1st member, 1 = 2nd member, etc
Game Progression

Control Switches
Code:
$game_switches[n] = true/false

Control Variables
Code:
# ----------------------------------------------
# Set a Value
# ----------------------------------------------
$game_variables[n] = n
# ----------------------------------------------
# Set a Value to a batch of variables
# ----------------------------------------------
(n..n).each { |i|
$game_variables[i] = value
}
# Example:
(1..5).each { |i|
$game_variables[i] = 20
}

# Alternatively, you can use do
(n..n).each do |i|
$game_variables[i] = value
end
# Example:
(1..5).each do |i|
$game_variables[i] = 20
end

# ----------------------------------------------
# For operator references:
# ----------------------------------------------
# Addition
$game_variables[n] += n
# Subtraction
$game_variables[n] -= n
# Multiply
$game_variables[n] *= n
# Division
$game_variables[n] /= n
# Modulus
$game_variables[n] %= n
# String (aka text)
$game_variables[n] = "Insert string here!"
# Another Variable
$game_variables[n] = $game_variables[n]

# Variable References
$game_variables[$game_variables[n]] = value

# Randomize
$game_variables[n] = rand(value)

# Example for Randomize:
# If you use rand(10) you get a number between 0-9
$game_variables[1] = rand(10)
# To have negative values, put something like "*-5 + rand(11)" to get a number between -5 to 5
$game_variables[1] = (-5 + rand(11))

# ----------------------------------------------
# For Game Data References:
# ----------------------------------------------

# Amount of Items in Inventory
$game_variables[n] = $game_party.item_number($data_items[n])
# Example Usage: Amount of Potions in Inventory is going to be displayed Variable 1
$game_variables[1] = $game_party.item_number($data_items[1])

# Amount of Weapons in Inventory
$game_variables[n] = $game_party.item_number($data_weapons[n])

# Amount of Armors in Inventory
$game_variables[n] = $game_party.item_number($data_armors[n])

# Map ID
$game_variables[n] = $game_map.map_id

# Gold
$game_variables[n] = $game_party.gold

# Steps
$game_variables[n] = $game_party.steps

# Playtime
$game_variables[n] = $game_system.playtime_s

# Frame Count and Frame Rate
$game_variables[n] = Graphics.frame_count
$game_variables[n] = Graphics.frame_rate

# Timer
$game_variables[n] = $game_timer.sec

# Save Count
$game_variables[n] = $game_system.save_count

# Battle Count
$game_variables[n] = $game_system.battle_count

# Party Members Related
# To reference who's in a particular position in the lineup, it's
$game_variables[n] = $game_party.members[index].id
# where index is the position (starting at 0 for the leader)

# To reference where someone is in the lineup, it's
$game_variables[n] = $game_actors[id].index
# where id is the actor id

# Actor Level
$game_variables[n] = $game_actors[n].level
# Actor HP
$game_variables[n] = $game_actors[n].hp
# Actor Max HP
$game_variables[n] = $game_actors[n].mhp
# Actor MP
$game_variables[n] = $game_actors[n].mp
# Actor Max MP
$game_variables[n] = $game_actors[n].mmp
# Actor Attack
$game_variables[n] = $game_actors[n].atk
# Actor Defense
$game_variables[n] = $game_actors[n].def
# Actor MagAtk
$game_variables[n] = $game_actors[n].mat
# Actor MagDef
$game_variables[n] = $game_actors[n].mdf
# Actor Agility
$game_variables[n] = $game_actors[n].agi
# Actor Luck
$game_variables[n] = $game_actors[n].luk
# Actor Pharmacology
$game_variables[n] = $game_actors[n].pha

# Enemy Troop Stats (use this only in battle!)
$game_variables[n] = $game_troop.members[index].stat
# where stat = hp or mp or param(id)
# where id = 0:MHP, 1:MMP, 2:ATK, 3:DEF, 4:MAT, 5:MDF, 6:AGI, 7:LUK

Control Self Switch
Code:
$game_self_switches[[map, event, 'self_switch']] = value
Map is either @map_id (for the current map) or a number without leading zeros for a map other than the current one
event is either @event_id (for the current event) or a number for an event other than the current one (EV001 would be 1)
self_switch is 'A', 'B', 'C' or 'D' (must have the single or double quotes)
value is either true or false

Control Timer
Code:
# Start Timer
$game_timer.start(sec * Graphics.frame_rate)

# Stop Timer
$game_timer.stop
Seconds is the number of seconds to set on the timer. You must convert minutes and seconds to total seconds.
Flow Control

Conditional Branch
For a better explanation of Conditional Branches, search the Help File for Control Structures.
It will give you a better idea of how to use them and what kind of Control Structure to use.
Code:
# Basic Conditional Branch
if put condition here
# do stuff
else
# do stuff
end

# Forked Conditions -- basically when you have a lot of conditions going on.
if stuff here happens
# do stuff
elsif stuff happens here too!
# do stuff
elsif stuff happens again!
# do stuff
elsif stuff happens...
# do stuff
end

Call Common Event
Code:
$game_temp.reserve_common_event(ID)
 
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Movement
Transfer Player
Code:
$game_temp.fade_type = fade
$game_player.reserve_transfer(map_id, x, y, direction)
# Fade/Fade Style =  [0; Default, Black], [1] White, [2] None
# For direction: [0; Default, Retain], [2] Down, [4] Left, [8] Up, [6] Right

Set Vehicle Location
Code:
# ----------------------------------------------
# To set Vehicle Location
# ----------------------------------------------
$game_map.vehicles[n].set_location(map_id, x, y)
# n = [0] boat, [1] ship, [2] airship

# ----------------------------------------------
# To Refer Game Vehicles
# ----------------------------------------------
$game_map.vehicles[n]
$game_map.vehicles[n].x
$game_map.vehicles[n].y
# n = [0] boat, [1] ship, [2] airship

# To find a Vehicle's Map ID, you would need to add a accessor reader.
# Add the following code in Script Editor:
class Game_Vehicle < Game_Character
  attr_reader   :map_id
end

# or Edit Game_Vehicle and add attr_reader   :map_id

Set Event and Player Location
# Move Event ID to new X and new Y Position
# ----------------------------------------------
$game_map.events[id].moveto(new_x, new_y)

# Move Player to new X and new Y Position
# ----------------------------------------------
$game_player.moveto(x, y)

Scroll Map
Code:
Fiber.yield while $game_map.scrolling? # Add this if just the script call below doesn't work.
$game_map.start_scroll(direction, distance, speed)
# Direction = [2]Down [4]Left [6]Right [8]Up
# Distance = How many tiles you want it to scroll
# Speed = [1]8x Slower [2]4x Slower [3]2x Slower [4]Normal [5]2x Faster [6]4x Faster

Set Move Route
Code:
move_route = RPG::MoveRoute.new
move_route.repeat = false           # This means the event will repeat the action
move_route.skippable = true         # This means the event will skip the move route if it's not possible
m = RPG::MoveCommand.new
m.code = 45                         # The List of M Code can be found over Game_Character Default Script, this current m.code is call script
m.parameters = ["script call here"] # This is if you use #45 in M.code
                                    # To show animation in move route just type animation_id = n, for balloons it's balloon_id = n
move_route.list.insert(0,m.clone)

$game_player.force_move_route(move_route)         # For Player
$game_map.events[ID].force_move_route(move_route) # For Events

# ----------------------------------------------
# Other Move Route Options
# ----------------------------------------------

# Single Action
newCommand.code       = moveCode       # See List in Game_Character Default Script
newCommand.parameters = [""]           # This refers to Jump, Wait, Switch On, Switch Off, Change Speed,
                                       # Change Frequency, Change Graphic, Change Opacity, Play SE and Script.
newRoute.list.insert(0,newCommand.clone)

# Multiple Actions (Example)
# newCommand.code       = 1
# newRoute.list.insert(0,newCommand.clone)
# newCommand.code       = 3
# newRoute.list.insert(0,newCommand.clone)
# newCommand.code       = 1
# newRoute.list.insert(0,newCommand.clone)

# For Turning
$game_map.events[eventid].set_direction(n) # For Events
$game_player.set_direction(n)              # For Players
#Direction n = [2]Down [4]Left [6]Right [8]Up

# Changing Event Graphic
$game_map.events[id].set_graphic("character_name", character_index)
# id is the id of the event you want to change.
# "character_name" is the name of the graphic file you want to change to (make sure to keep the quotation marks).
# character_index is the index on the character sheet (it starts counting at 0).

Get On/Off Vehicle
Code:
$game_player.get_on_off_vehicle =  true/false
Timing
Wait
Code:
Wait(n)

# From a move route or something like that, you'd need the following:
SceneManager.scene.wait(x)

#The following should work as well from anywhere.
x.times { Fiber.yield }
Picture and Weather

Show Picture

Code:
screen.pictures[index].show(file_name, position, x, y, x zoom, y zoom, opacity, blend type)
# position = [0] Top Left, [1] = Center
# blend type = [0] Normal, [1] Add, [2] Sub

Move Picture
Code:
screen.pictures[n].move(position, x, y, x zoom, y zoom, opacity, blend type, wait)
# position = [0] Top Left, [1] = Center
# blend type = [0] Normal, [1] Add, [2] Sub

Rotate Picture
Code:
screen.pictures[n].rotate(n)

Tint Picture
Code:
screen.pictures[n].start_tone_change(Tone.new(0, 0, 0, 0), wait)

Erase Picture
Code:
screen = $game_party.in_battle ? $game_troop.screen : $game_map.screen # The first line is not required
screen.pictures[n].erase                                               # if you're using this in an event on the map.

Set Weather Effects
Code:
$game_map.screen.change_weather(type, power, duration)
# type = :none, :rain, :storm, or :snow
# power = Intensity of weather. If weather type is none :)none), set power (target value of intensity)
# to 0 to represent gradual stopping of rain, but only in this case.
# time = Specified time to fade weather in or out.
Character
Change Transparency
Code:
$game_player.transparent = true/false

Change Player Followers
Code:
$game_player.followers.visible = true/false
$game_player.refresh

Gather Followers
Code:
$game_player.followers.gather

Show Animation
Code:
$game_player.animation_id = n              # For Player
$game_map.events[eventid].animation_id = n # For Events

Show Balloon Icon
Code:
$game_player.balloon_id = n               # For Player
$game_map.events[eventid].balloon_id = n  # For Events
# Top Row is 1 (Exclamation by Default).

Erase Event
Code:
$game_map.events[event_id].erase
Screen Effects
Fade Out Screen
Code:
Fiber.yield while $game_message.visible
screen.start_fadeout(30)
wait(30)
# Note: 30 can be change to any number

Fade In Screen
Code:
Fiber.yield while $game_message.visible
screen.start_fadein(30)
wait(30)
# Note: 30 can be change to any number

Tint Screen
Code:
tone = Tone.new(R,G,B,Opacity)
$game_map.screen.start_tone_change(tone, duration)
wait(n)                                       # Add these too to allow 'wait till the screen changes tint.
n.to_i.times { Fiber.yield }                  # Number of frames to wait (1000 is equal to 1 second)

Flash Screen
Code:
color = Color.new(R,G,B,Opacity)
screen.start_flash(color, t)
wait(t)
# t = time
# Example below:
color = Color.new(255,255,25,100)
screen.start_flash(color, 6)
wait(6)

Shake Screen
Code:
$game_map.screen.start_shake(power, speed, duration)

# power            - Intensity of shaking.
# speed            - Speed of shaking.
# duration         - Specified time for shaking to occur.

Musics and Sounds
Play BGM/ME/BGS/SE
Code:
RPG::BGM.new("BGM Name", volume, pitch).play
RPG::ME.new("ME Name", volume, pitch).play
RPG::BGS.new("BGS Name", volume, pitch).play
RPG::SE.new("SE Name", volume, pitch).play

# Alternative Script Calls
# ----------------------------------------------
Audio.bgm_play(fName, volume, pitch, pos)
Audio.bgs_play(fName, volume, pitch, pos)
Audio.me_play(fName, volume, pitch)
Audio.se_play(fName, volume, pitch)
# fName      - Name of file containing desired sound file. Also automatically searches
#              files included in RGSS-RTP. File extensions may be omitted.
# volume     - [100; Default - Max:100, Min:0] Volume of sound. OPTIONAL
# pitch      - [100; Default - Max:500, Min:1] Pitch of sound. OPTIONAL
# pos        - Position of sound file. OPTIONAL

# Play Map BGM (Does not Save Position)
# ----------------------------------------------
$game_map.autoplay

# Play Battle Music
# ----------------------------------------------
BattleManager.play_battle_bgm

# Play Battle Victory Music
# ----------------------------------------------
BattleManager.play_battle_end_me

Save BGM/Replay BGM/Fade Out BGM/Stop BGM
Code:
# Save BGM
# ----------------------------------------------
$game_system.save_bgm

# Save BGM and BGS
# ----------------------------------------------
BattleManager.save_bgm_and_bgs

# Replay BGM
# ----------------------------------------------
$game_system.replay_bgm

# Replay BGM and BGS
# ----------------------------------------------
BattleManager.replay_bgm_and_bgs

# Fade BGM/BGS/ME
# ----------------------------------------------
RPG::BGM.fade(seconds * 1000)
RPG::BGS.fade(seconds * 1000)
RPG::ME.fade(seconds * 1000)

# Alternative Script Calls
# ----------------------------------------------
# Fade BGM
# ----------------------------------------------
RPG::BGM.fade(time)
# Or ...
Audio.bgm_fade(time)

# Fade BGS
# ----------------------------------------------
RPG::BGS.fade(time)
# Or ...
Audio.bgs_fade(time)

# Fade ME
# ----------------------------------------------
RPG::ME.fade(time)
# Or ...
Audio.me_fade(time)

# time = Number of milliseconds (1000 is equal to 1 second)

# Stop BGM
# ----------------------------------------------
RPG::BGM.stop
RPG::BGS.stop
RPG::ME.stop

# Alternative Script Calls
# ----------------------------------------------
# Halt BGM (Immediate)
# ----------------------------------------------
RPG::BGM.stop
# Or ...
Audio.bgm_stop

# Halt BGS (Immediate)
# ----------------------------------------------
RPG::BGS.stop
# Or ...
Audio.bgs_stop

# Halt ME (Immediate)
# ----------------------------------------------
RPG::ME.stop
# Or ...
Audio.me_stop

# Halt SE (Immediate)
# ----------------------------------------------
RPG::SE.stop
# Or ...
Audio.se_stop
 
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Scene Control
Battle Processing
Code:
troop_id = variable
e = true/false (if escape enabled)
l = true/false (if continue when lose)

BattleManager.setup(troop_id, e, l)
BattleManager.event_proc = Proc.new {|n|
@branch[@indent] = n }
$game_player.make_encounter_count
SceneManager.call(Scene_Battle)
Fiber.yield

# Example Script Call below:
troop_id = 1
e = true
l = true

BattleManager.setup(troop_id, e, l)
BattleManager.event_proc = Proc.new {|n|
@branch[@indent] = n }
$game_player.make_encounter_count
SceneManager.call(Scene_Battle)
Fiber.yield

# OR

BattleManager.setup(1, true, true)
BattleManager.event_proc = Proc.new {|n|
@branch[@indent] = n }
$game_player.make_encounter_count
SceneManager.call(Scene_Battle)
Fiber.yield

Shop Processing
Code:
goods = [[type, id, price_override_flag(, price)]]
SceneManager.call(Scene_Shop)
SceneManager.scene.prepare(goods, true)

# Example Script Call:
goods = [[0,1,1,25],[0,2,0]]
SceneManager.call(Scene_Shop)
SceneManager.scene.prepare(goods, true)

# You can also use a loop to add the elements to the array:
goods = []
for id in 1..20
goods.push([0, id, 0])
end

Name Input Processing
Code:
SceneManager.call(Scene_Name)
SceneManager.scene.prepare(actor_id, chars)
Fiber.yield
# Actor ID = Actor ID, Chars = How many characters long the name can be.

Open Save/Load/Exit/Game Over/Scenes
Code:
SceneManager.call(Scene_Save)
SceneManager.call(Scene_Load)
SceneManager.exit
SceneManager.call(Scene_Gameover)

SceneManager.call(scene)
# scene = Scene to load. (example - SceneManager.call(Scene_Skill) )
# Scene_Menu, Scene_Item, Scene_Skill, Scene_Status, Scene_Title
# Scene_Save, Scene_Load, Scene_Name, Scene_Debug, etc.
Map
Change Map Display Name
Code:
$game_map.name_display = true/false

Change Tileset
Code:
$game_map.change_tileset(n)

Change Battleback
Code:
$game_map.change_battleback("battleback1", "battleback2")

Change Parallax Back
Code:
$game_map.change_parallax("graphicname", Loop Horizontal, Loop Vertical, HScroll, VScroll)
# Loop Horizontal and Loop Vertical = true/false
# HScroll, VScroll = numbers
# Example: $game_map.change_parallax("BlueSky", true, true, 0, 0)

Check Location
Code:
# X and Y's
# ----------------------------------------------
$game_player.x
$game_player.y

$game_map.events[n].x
$game_map.events[n].y
# n = Event ID


# Check Terrain Tag
# ----------------------------------------------
$game_map.terrain_tag(x, y)
$game_player.terrain_tag
$game_map.events[event_id].terrain_tag

# Check Region ID
# ----------------------------------------------
$game_map.region_id(x, y)
$game_player.region_id == n
$game_map.events[event_id].region_id == n

# Check Map Name and Map ID
# ----------------------------------------------
$game_map.name
$game_map.map_id

# Check if Event is Near Player
# ----------------------------------------------
$game_map.events[n].near_the_player?

# True/False. Distance for detection is 20 squares.
# n = Event ID
System Settings
Change Actor/Event Graphic
Code:
# Event Change Graphic
# ----------------------------------------------
$game_map.events[id].set_graphic("character_name", character_index)
# id is the id of the event you want to change.
# "character_name" is the name of the graphic file you want to change to (make sure to keep the quotation marks).
# character_index is the index on the character sheet (it starts counting at 0).

# Actor Change Graphic
# ----------------------------------------------
hero = $game_actors[ID]
hero.set_graphic("characterset_filename", character_index, "Faceset_filename", faceset_index)
$game_player.refresh
# ID = Actor Index
# character_index = Starts from 0 (Top Left), 1, 2, ...
# faceset_index = Starts from 0 (Top Left), 1, 2, ...

# Example:
hero = $game_actors[1]
hero.set_graphic("Actor1", 1, "Actor4", 1)
$game_player.refresh
 
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Code:
# Add every Item/Skill/Weapon/Etc. without blank fields.
# ----------------------------------------------
$data_items.each { |i|
next if i.nil? or i.name == ""
$game_party.gain_item(i, 99)
}
# Change $data_items to $data_weapons or something else and the amount you want.
Code:
# Remove every Item/Skill/Weapon/Etc. without blank fields.
class Game_Party < Game_Unit

  def unequip_all
    members.each do |i|
     i.equip_slots.each do |j|
       i.change_equip(j, nil)
     end
    end
  end

end
$game_party.unequip_all
$game_party.init_all_items

# Use Items immediately
# ----------------------------------------------
$game_actors[id].use_item($data_items[x])
$game_party.leader.use_item($data_items[x])
$game_party.members[index].use_item($data_items[x])

# Check Party Member Size
# ----------------------------------------------
$game_party.members.size
$game_party.all_members.size
# If In Battle, use this instead. This checks the total size of your party (not just battlers).

# Checking Availability
# ----------------------------------------------
$game_actors[X].equips.include?($data_weapons[Y]) # Checks if the actor X has weapon Y equipped
$game_actors[X].equips.include?($data_armors[Y]) # Checks if the actor X has equipment
#(shield, armor, helmet or accessory)
# Y equipped
$game_actors[X].skills.include?($data_skills[Y]) # Checks if the actor X has learned skill Y
$game_actors[X].states.include?($data_states[Y]) # Checks if the actor X is afflicted by status
# effect Y

$game_actors[actorid].skill_learn?($data_skills[skillid]) # If Player learned Skill. actorid and skillid
# are the ids from the database of
# the actor and skill you're interested in.
# It will return true if they have that skill, an
# false if they don't.

# Example Usage:
# if xxx weapon type is the same as unless xxx == nil
$game_actors[x].equips[y].wtype_id if $game_actors[x].equips[y]

# Check for Name/ID of Player Equipment
# ----------------------------------------------
$game_actors[X].equips[Y].id unless $game_actors[X].equips[Y] == nil
# Returns the ID of the equipment on actor X, equipped in slot Y

$game_actors[X].equips[Y].name unless $game_actors[X].equips[Y] == nil
# Returns the name of the equipment on actor X equipped in slot Y

# NOTE: If using any scripts that give or take equipment slots, the #Y is the number of the character's slot
# not the slot's number in the script. I.E. using Yanfly Equip Menu script - if your character has equipment
# slots 6,7,8,15,15,32,75 available then $game_actors[1].equips[0].id would return the ID of the
# item equipped in the slot defined as slot 6 in Yanfly script because it's the 1st equipment slot for the
# specific character.

# Checking Actors
# ----------------------------------------------
$game_actors[X].name # Returns the name of the actor X
$game_actors[X].nickname # Returns the nickname of the actor X
$game_actors[X].class.id # Returns the ID of the actor X class
$game_actors[X].class.name # Returns the name of the actor X class

# Screen Clean Up
# ----------------------------------------------
# Clear Fade
# Clear Tone
# Clear Flash
# Clear Shake
# Clear Weather
# Clear Pictures
$game_map.screen.clear


# Clear Tone (Immediate)
$game_map.screen.clear_tone

# Clear Shake (Immediate)
$game_map.screen.clear_shake

# Clear Weather (Immediate)
$game_map.screen.clear_weather

# Clear Pictures (Immediate)
$game_map.screen.clear_pictures[/CODE]

Input Commands
Code:
Input.trigger?(:A)
Input.repeat?(:A)
Input.press?(:A)
# Change A to your desired key, refer to F1 when you testplay and see the keys.

Movement Commands
Code:
$game_player.moving?
$game_player.dash?
$game_player.jumping?
$game_map.events[event_id].moving?
$game_map.events[event_id].jumping?

$game_map.passable?(X, Y, D)
$game_player.passable?(x, y, d)
$game_map.events[event_id].passable?(x, y, d)

# $game_map.passable? only tells you whether you can leave one tile in the direction of the other.
# The player and event versions take it further and tell you if you can leave that tile in the
# direction of the other AND if you can enter the other tile from the tile you're on now (for example,
# if you are facing right and the tile in front of you is the edge of a cliff that is higher than you -
# $game_map.passable? would tell you that you CAN step right from the current tile.
# But $game_player.passable? would tell you that you could not move onto the next tile from the left).
# It also looks to see if there is an event on your target tile which would stop you going there,
# but $game_map.passable? would not tell you that.

# Q: I want to check the position of Player and compare with the position at side of Events.
# ----------------------------------------------
# Variable [6] = Position X Player
# Variable [7] = Position Y Player
# Variable [8] = Position X Event
# Variable [9] = Position Y Event

# If you only want them to be beside the event (positions 1 or 3), use this:
$game_variables[7] == $game_variables[9] and ($game_variables[6] - $game_variables[8]).abs == 1
# which says if the y value is the same and there is a difference of 1 between the x values.
# Note: abs = absolute value

# If you want them to be on any of the 4 numbered tiles, use this:
($game_variables[6] - $game_variables[8]).abs + ($game_variables[7] - $game_variables[9]).abs == 1
# which says there is a difference of 1 between the x values OR a difference of 1 between the y values
# It is comparing the difference between the x position of the player and the tile of interest.
# Using abs lets me take one away from the other in any order and still end up with a positive number -
# it doesn't matter which has the # higher or lower x value. Then it does the same with the y position of
# the player and the tile of interest. Then it adds them together (+ means plus, not and).
# So if the sum of the x distance and the y distance between the two tiles is 1, it means the player is on
# a tile that is directly touching the tile of interest (and not corner-ways, as then the sum of the numbers would be 2)

# ----------------------------------------------
# Follower Move Route Option
# ----------------------------------------------
$game_player.followers[n].force_move_route(move_route)
# For Followers (0 for first after actor, 1 for second after actor, etc.)

Player Equipment
Code:
# Change an actor's equipment.
# ----------------------------------------------
$game_actors[1].change_equip(n,$data_weapons[1])
# Change n with one of the following:
# 0 = weapon, 1 = shield, 2 = headgear, 3 = body-gear (armor), 4 = accessory

# Check Conditional Branch: if [Actor] has [Weapon] Equipped
# ----------------------------------------------
$game_actors[actor id].weapons.include?($data_weapons[weapon id])
right_hand = $game_actors[actor_id].equips[0]
left_hand = $game_actors[actor_id].equips[1]

# To get the items. Replace the index in equips for the item you're looking for:
# 0 = right hand, 1 = left hand, 2 = head, 3 = body, 4 = accessory
# provided you're not using any scripts that change that. You can check their types with:

 if right_hand.is_a?(RPG::Weapon)
    # do something
  elsif right_hand.is_a?(RPG::Armor)
   # do something else
  end

# Or get their properties with with:
  right_hand.id
  right_hand.name
  right_hand.icon_index
  right_hand.description
  # etc..
 
# Example: if you want to check if you have a Prinny Gun equipped on your first weapon slot:
  right_hand = $game_actors[actor_id].equips[0]
  if !right_hand.nil? && right_hand.name.eql?("Prinny Gun")
    # Do something
  end

# You don't even need to keep track of the IDs, really (unless you want to, for some reason).
# If there's no way to not have a weapon equipped in your game, you can also take out the ".nil?" check.

Unsorted
Code:
# Currency unit set from the system tab:
# ----------------------------------------------
$data_system.currency_unit

# Move Events and players by fractional squares
# ----------------------------------------------
$game_map.events[ID].moveto(x, y)
$game_player.moveto(x, y)

# Example of fractional squares
$game_map.events[1].moveto(0, 5.5)
$game_player.moveto(7.5, 3)
end
# The Collission box is still seen as 32x32

# Script Call Battle Logs!
# ----------------------------------------------
# First add this scriptlet:
class Scene_Battle < Scene_Base
  attr_accessor:log_window
end
 
# To load your own battle logs
SceneManager.scene.log_window.add_text("Insert custom text here")
# It doesn't clear out and just stays there until something else replaces it.
SceneManager.scene.log_window.wait
# If you want it to clear make sure to use this.
SceneManager.scene.log_window.wait_and_clear
 
# You can also do something like this!
x  = "Hi."
x += " Hello."
x += " This is getting long eh?"
x += " Surely so long. wahahahahahaha"
SceneManager.scene.log_window.add_text(x)
 
# or:
y = SceneManager.scene.log_window
y.add_text(text)
 
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Updated Movement Commands in Miscellanous with:

#Follower Move Route Option
-$game_player.followers[n].force_move_route(move_route)
# For Followers (0 for first after actor, 1 for second after actor, etc.)

Thanks DjDarkX!
 
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Hi guys! here's a new addition:

$game_player.center($game_player.x, $game_player.y)
You can set an event or the player to be in the center of the screen. It snaps but it's pretty good :D !

Thanks to Tsukihime. I'll add it to Scroll Map later when I have time.
 
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