Re: [PCGenListFileHelp] Re: Trying to copy then modify a spell but running into errors
Spell Name.COPY=New Spell Name
New Spell Name.MOD <> New Stuff
And yeah, in the case of spells, it's little more work to just make a new spell.
On 4/15/2013 8:12 PM, otiendikil wrote:
> Hi Doug,
> You were right: TARGETAREA doesn't take .CLEAR (or .CLEARALL). Fortunately, it was one of those that could be completely replaced by a new tag.
> --- In PCGenListFileHelp@yahoogroups.com, Doug Limmer <adventure@...> wrote:
>> I'm guessing TARGETAREA doesn't take .CLEAR as an option. (And/or the
>> docs are wrong for COMPS, and COMPS doesn't take .CLEAR.)
>> I'd suggest setting up a new spell, rather than using .COPY in this
>> case. If you need an example, the monster manual and/or bestiary should
>> have some examples. [I don't know what game mode you're aiming for.]
>> I'm not quite sure what the CLASSES tag will do in this case; the
>> monster spells don't use a CLASSES tag.
>> On 4/15/2013 6:07 PM, otiendikil wrote:
>>> I'm trying to make a version of a spell that reflects how it is used
>>> in a magic item (an artifact), but I am getting fatal errors.
>>> Here is the spell line:
>>> Stone Shape.COPY=Stone Shape-Moaning Diamond CLASSES:.CLEARALL
>>> CLASSES:MagicItemArtifact=3 DOMAINS:.CLEARALL COMPS:.CLEAR COMPS:V
>>> TARGETAREA:.CLEAR TARGETAREA:Stone or stone object touched, up to 5000
>>> cu. ft.
>>> I read in the docs that CLASSES and DOMAINS needing to be .CLEARALL,
>>> but it runs into problems somewhere after that.
>>> The error lines start with:
>>> 14:48:37.449 SEVERE Thread-17 SourceFileLoader:512 Exception loading
>>> java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: Cannot set a value to .CLEAR
>>> Any ideas?
>>> Thanks, Matt
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