Re: [pcgen] Re: [Tom][Code][Data]Custom campaign feats, modifying existing D20 feats
- On 6/18/07, arawn_darkone <arawn_darkone@...> wrote:
>I don't think a CHOOSE can be cleared, but it could be that the
> --- In email@example.com, Andrew Maitland <drew0500@...> wrote:
> > Flagging for either an code or data monkey who knows about this.
> > I'm not sure if .MOD or .CLEAR can remove choices from a feat. My
> > suggestion: Exclude that chooser feat, and make your own. If exclusion
> > is not desirable, have a "special" feat that does what you want.
> > Example:
> > I have FEAT FOO, which has a nasty chooser I don't want. I make FEAT
> > FOO_2 with an OUTPUTNAME of FEAT FOO, then if I don't want my players
> > accidentally choosing the wrong FEAT FOO, I .MOD FEAT FOO to VISIBLE:NO.
> > You can do it however you like, the nice thing is there are work arounds
> > to most things.
> > Hope that helps,
> > Andrew
> > arawn_darkone wrote:
> > > I know I need to use .MOD and .CLEAR to make changes to an existing
> > > feat. I managed to change some properties with no hassle, but having
> > > difficulty with some.
> > >
> > > How does one remove multiple choices (partially or completely) from
> > > feats, classes, skills, etc as the campaign setting has no need for
> > > choices.
> > >
> > > Thanx
> > >
> > >
> That work around works well for a feat without dependants.
> When there are dependants, you also have to redo the all dependants,
> which can become rather large. Thus if one can remove MULTI and CHOOSE
> in a .MOD it would be of great help in customising for a new campaign.
follwing idea will work, I just don't have the time at the moment to
test it myself, so take this with a grain of salt:
Based on the idea that one feat can only have one CHOOSE, try
I hope that the CHOOSE in the MODed feat will override the one in the
original feat, but as I said, I'm not sure whether it will work or
maybe just create an error message.
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