Version 1.02 (6/07/2013)
Recommended Scripts (optional)
Arbitrary Records (Required for Titles Vol. 2)
This script replicates the Title system from the Wii/PS3 game “Tales of Graces”. It’s a somewhat unique system which performs like an alternative leveling system.
This script has a high learning curve. Please read the documentation and study the examples I’ve provided in “Titles Volume 1: Basic Package” for information on how to create your own custom titles.
This script modifies actor “Nicknames”. Any Nicknames defined in your database will not be used.
And as a general rule of thumb: always assume a syntax error is your fault.
- Bugfix: Fixed issue with Death state. (6/07/13)
- Compatibility Update: “KMS Generic Gauge”
- You can now change the rank icons.
- Added support for “Mastery” images.
- You can now choose whether reserve party members can learn potential titles after each battle.
- Rearranged some code.
- Updated script call documentation. (6/04/2013)
- Initial release. (6/02/2013)
Things that will hopefully be addressed in future updates.
- Cannot see Rank effects in the window above Rank 5.
The following Notetag is for Enemies only:
This tag defines the amount of SP an enemy awards after battle where n is a number value.
The following Script Calls are meant to be used in “Script…” event commands found under Tab 3 when creating a new event.
This script call forces an actor to learn a title where actor_id is an actor ID number from your database and :symbol is a symbol that represents a title. The actor will learn the title regardless of whether it is a potential title or not.
This script call gives Title SP to a specified actor where actor_id is an actor ID number from your database and value is the amount of Title SP to give. This will only give Title SP to the actor’s currently equipped title.
UNDER CONSTRUCTION! Still more script calls to document.
This script aliases several default methods.
Requests for compatibility with other scripts are welcome.
Terms and Conditions
Please do not repost this script elsewhere without permission.
Free for non-commercial use. For commercial use, contact me first.
Newest versions of this script can be found at https://mrbubblewand.wordpress.com/