YanFly Row Formation

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  1. Caramell

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    OHHH! Wow that was not well explained in the video, thank you!
     
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    No problem. I'm happy I could help.
     
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    I'm just reading up of the row formations. If I'm understanding it right, if I want 2 slimes in different rows. Then I have to make two enemies (slime and duplicate slime) and then put <Default Row: 1> on the original slime and <Default Row: 2> on the duplicate.


    Then in the troops window, visually arrange the duplicate slime into a back row position. Theoretically place it anywhere but it will always have row 2 states unless row is changed.


    if this is correct, then do I have to make 3 of every enemy, one for each of 3 rows?


    Also you spoke of ranged weapons. If I were to make a slingshot (not a rpgmv default weapon). How will the game know its a ranged weapon for basic attack?


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    Trying it out. I have basic attack on <Row Only: 1> and enemies in various <Default Row: x>. But the basic attack done with a default dagger still can target any enemy regardless what row they are in. Based on the video there should be some way to prevent targeting the back rows.
     
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  4. Michael Caiola

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    I'm pretty sure you can just have one slime enemy, use multiple instances of it in the troop, and use troop events to assign them to rows. I haven't tested it out, but I think that should work.



    In the plugin parameters you can assign states to each row. You need to use those states to change how the rows work.


    For example, add a state to the first player row that only allows attacks to the first enemy row. Or add a state to the front enemy that doesn't allow ranged weapons.
     
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