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Disable vampire ability when in vehicles?  XML
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Joined: 08/22/2005 04:38:26
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Hi all,

I understand that the vampire ability is only supposed to grant a player so much hp above his starting amount which is great and I know this works properly with vehicles as well. However, I am running another mutator that conflicts with this rule when in a vehicle. This is a huge problem when players get themselves a tank and start gaining 10,000+ hp when their max hp is set to no more than 600.

I'm not a coder, but I understand how to edit and manipulate mods. Does someone know a script that I could add to the DruidVampire.uc class file that would just disable the ability to work with vehicles altogether?

Thanks a bunch!


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blahblah wrote:
Hi all,

I understand that the vampire ability is only supposed to grant a player so much hp above his starting amount which is great and I know this works properly with vehicles as well. However, I am running another mutator that conflicts with this rule when in a vehicle. This is a huge problem when players get themselves a tank and start gaining 10,000+ hp when their max hp is set to no more than 600.

I'm not a coder, but I understand how to edit and manipulate mods. Does someone know a script that I could add to the DruidVampire.uc class file that would just disable the ability to work with vehicles altogether?

Thanks a bunch!


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You could easily look at the training snippit in this forum and figure out how to check and see if it's vehicle damage.

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Okay thanks anyways.


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