Well...I like to dabble with programming. As in, I am making a computer science course in university, and programming is my favorite part. So, while I thank everyone I used their plugins\scripts, I sometimes try to make my own plugins when I can't find one that fits my tastes. And sometimes, when people ask for something in the support section, I like to make one too if it isn't too complicated. And since one person was able to make use of them, maybe others could too. The YR in the name is because I usually use Yorae Rasante as a name. Rare times I go with Waterguy like here. Anyway, hope any of you find these useful! Personal Plugins (free to use, but credit required): Spoiler Osmosis System v1.03 Allows the actors to learn skills by watching them be performed enough times as long as the actor is in the right state (default is the default guard, but it can be changed). Inspired by a mix of the Examine system of Breath of Fire 3 and 4 and Disgaea's ability to learn skills from pupils. Spoiler Plugin Parameters: Learn State: what state the actor will learn skills while under. Learn from Allies: if the actor is able to learn skills from seeing allies use them. Learn from Enemies: if the actor is able to learn skills from seeing enemies use them. Learn Text: the text that is shown when a skill is learned completely. Aftermath Top Text: if using Yanfly's YEP_VictoryAftermath, the name of the window used to show skills learned this way. The name to use in Yanfly's plugin's victory order is OS. Notetags: <OS Learn Skills: x>, <OS Learn Skills: x, x, x>, <OS Learn Skills: x to x>: the notetags to set what an actor/class can learn. <OP: x>: how many times the skill need to be seen used to be learned. <AS: x>, <AS: x, x, x>, <AS: x to x>: the notetags so that, when the skill is used, another also gets a point if the character can learn it Extra Turn The battler that is twice as fast as the faster opponent is able to make an extra action per turn. Can be set to be usable to only actors or both actors and enemies. Inspired by the battle system of same name of Breath of Fire 3. Spoiler Plugin Parameters: Extra Turn Enemies: if enemies also get Extra Turns. Default is true. Personal Extensions - extensions to plugins of others, made initially for personal use (free to use on my part, check the other plugin's creator's ToS): Spoiler Expansion to Yanfly's Element Core: Elemental Rate Code Yanfly's Elemental Core plugin is great, but it lacks one thing most of his others have: Lunatic Mode. In particular for this expansion, the ability to customize the value of the Element Rate. Yanfly allows you to use a notetag to force a value, but that value is fixed. Spoiler Basically just adding a copy of the Lunatic Mode to the original plugin, if you used other Yanfly plugins you'll be familiar with what they can do. So, to be more faithful to Yanfly's usual codes, I made both a number (<Element x Code>) and a name (<Element name Code>) version of the opening for the code block, and close it with </Element Code>. <Element x Code> formula formula </Element Code> <Element name Code> formula formula </Element Code> This changes the Force Element x Rate/Force Element name Rate notetags. Thus, use only one of them for the same element per code. value = the battler's element rate for that element. IMPORTANT: 100% rate is value = 1. If you are going to use percentage, don't forget to divide by 100 after. Personal Edits - edits of someone else's work for personal use (give credit to at least the original creator) Spoiler Rune Skills - original by mjshi I made an edit to this plugin for my personal use, with mjshi's permission. There were some things I wanted to change for my own game. I decided to share because, why not, so I tried to make it a highly customizeable. I am not completelly satisfied, but I think the only thing mjshi did that I did not in my version was the different modes of skill costs, but in exchange I made my version compatible with YEP_SkillCore, or at least it seems so in my tests (also with YEP_TargetCore, or so I hope, and can't think of any other YEP plugin that would need another change). Spoiler Most of the Parameters are, I believe, self-explanatory. Not exactly in this order: Rune Skill Type - Skill Types of the skills to appear as Runes Show Rune Names - Show only icon of runes or icon + name Show Rune Combination - Show resulting combination before casting Hide Unknown Combinations - If Show Rune Combination, hide them if not cast yet Allow Rune Failure - Allow combinations of runes that do not result in skills Rune Failure Result - Skill cast in failures. ID for a pool chosen from set IDs, FirstRune for the first allowed rune used, LastRune for the last allowed rune used, RandomRuneUsed/RandomUsed for a random allowed rune used, RandomRuneSkill/RandomSkill for a random skill castable from runes, Any/AnySkill for a random skill allowed. There is a notetag that makes all but ID ignore a skill. Unknown MP Value - The text used when the result is unknown Order of Runes - Makes it so the order the runes are applied gives a different skill as result. For example, Fire+Wind would be different than Wind+Fire Learn Used Skills - Makes it so when the skill is used on purpose the character learns it Minimum Runes - Minimum number of runes allowed to be used (no matter what, the characters won't be able to use less) Maximum Runes - Maximum number of runes allowed to be used (no matter what, the characters won't be able to use more) Show Help Box - Let the Help Box be visible to show Rune Combination Skills Help Box Unknown - Text for unknown rune combination Chosen Runes Icon Spacing - Spacing of the runes in the chosen runes box Chosen Runes Box X, Chosen Runes Box Y, Chosen Runes Box Width, Chosen Runes Box Height - the position and size of the chosen runes box. You can use this._chosenRunes to reference height and width on x and y Selection Columns - Number of columns the Rune Selection Box has Selection Confirm Text - Text to confirm the Runes selection Selection Box X, Selection Box Y, Selection Box Width, Selection Box Height - the position and size of the selection box. WARNING! While you can use this._chosenRunes to get the Choice Box sizes, using this._runesSelected to get the Selection Box for anything but these will probably not work. That is because I wanted it to be dynamic, able to change size depending on the actor using it. Notetags: Skill Notetags: <RuneCost: x> or <Rune Cost: x> - In case you want a rune to be used as if it costs more runes. Like a bigger or more energy-heavy rune. <Runes: x, x> - The rune combination to cast this skill. In case of same combination for multiple skills, the one with lower ID will be the one cast. <Not Rune Fail> If you set the FailureSkill to be anything but IDs, this removes this skill from the pool. Actor Notetag: <Start Runes Max: x> - Starting maximum of runes this actor can use. <Runes Max Level x: y> - After this level, maximum of runes this actor can use is this one. Class Notetags: <Runes Max Level x: y> - After this level, maximum of runes this actor can use is this one. If used, will overwrite Actor. <Runes Max: +x>, <Runes Max: -x> - Change the maximum amount of runes an actor can use in this class. Weapon, Armor, State Notetags: <Runes Max: +x>, <Runes Max: -x> - Change the maximum amount of runes an actor can use. Plugin Commands: IncreaseRuneMax x y - Actor x can use y more runes DecreaseRuneMax x y - Actor x can use y less runes, down to minimum. Plugins made by request (free to use): Spoiler Call Common Event On Loading Save File - made for BryanBatcher Name says it all. Spoiler Just set Common Event's number in the plugin parameter. The Common Event will be called when a file is loaded. If you want a second one to be called... well, nothing stops the first one calling it. Use Armor As Weapon - made for Tio Sadan Not exactly as the name says, it makes a piece of armor be traded for a set weapon (or a random weapon in a pool) in the equip window for weapons and traded back anywhere else. The original idea was so a character could use a shield as a weapon but other characters could still use it as a shield. Since they are different item types, this is a workaround. Spoiler Add <Equip As Weapon: x>, <Equip As Weapon: x, x> or <Equip As Weapon: x to x>, whichever better suits your needs, to the piece of armor's notebox, with x as the number of the weapon(s) the armor will change into. Setting more than one weapon will make them a random pool, and whenever you enter the weapon part of the equip window a different one may be chosen. To each weapon, add <Dequip As Armor: x>, with x as the piece of armor's number so it changes back into it when not equiped. No random pool for them, may add if requested. Expansion to Yanfly's Party Limit Gauge: Vertical Mode - made for DiegoMM As the name says, a small expansion to Yanfly's Party Limit Gauge that lets you use it as a vertical gauge. Gauge width is the usual gauge height, that can be changed with Yanfly's CoreEngine. Spoiler Besides setting it so in the plugin parameters, you can change it to vertical and horizontal by using the Plugin Commands PartyLimitGaugeOrientation Vertical and PartyLimitGaugeOrientation Horizontal respectively, and set it back to the plugin parameter with PartyLimitGaugeOrientation Clear. Party Height and Troop Height parameters are actually two thirds of what you set. That is because, as it is, they are linked to the value of the gauge - meaning the standard value would go over the top's message box, but just lowering the max value would make the gauge not split in 4 properly. Expansion to Yanfly's Party Limit Gauge: Vertical Gauge v2 - Adding windows to both orientations - made for Neo Soul Gamer Yeah, it is a separate version of the other plugin... It does the same thing, but now also can put the gauge inside a windowbox if you wish so. I'm not really happy with this one, because while on the other version I was able to go with just aliases in this one I had to edit two drawing functions of Yanfly's original plugin... Compatibility Fixes: Sometimes plugins by two different creators don't mix very well. This is my personal attempt to fix them. Follow the ToS of the original creators. Warning: updates may break the fixes. Yanfly's Turn Order Display (ver 1.02) and SumRndmDde's Character Creator Ex (ver 1.01) Yanfly's Gab Window (ver 1.05) and SumRndmDde's Character Creator Ex (ver 1.01) (warning: required function overwriting. Also faces are squished vertically instead of cut to fit) Yanfly's Turn Order Display (ver 1.02) and SumRndmDde's Summon Core (ver 1.05) (warning: required function overwriting) Version Fixes: Sometimes the creator makes a mistake in their plugins. When I can, I make a plugin myself to fix the ones I can until they are able to update the plugin themselves. Follow the ToS of the original creators. Warning: remove the fixes when the creator make the updates, else it may create problems instead of fixing them. Yanfly's Selection Control (ver 1.11) Just those for now, hope you guys find them useful.