• Okay so I'm working on my OnDeath script and I can't get the PC to go to the death plane. Seem like everything else is firing properly just can't get him to move areas.

    Heres my script:

    /* Script generated by
    Lilac Soul's NWN Script Generator, v. 2.3

    For download info, please visit:
    http://nwvault.ign.com/View.php?view=Ot ... 683&id=625 */

    //Goes OnPlayerDeath of the module properties
    void main()

    object oPC = GetLastPlayerDied();

    if (!GetIsPC(oPC)) return;

    object oTarget;
    oTarget = GetObjectByTag("PClootbag");

    object oItem;
    oItem = GetFirstItemInInventory(oPC);

    while (GetIsObjectValid(oItem))
    AssignCommand(oTarget, ActionTakeItem(oItem, oPC));

    oItem = GetNextItemInInventory(oPC);

    int nInt;
    for (nInt=0; nInt {
    oItem = GetItemInSlot(nInt, oPC);

    if (GetIsObjectValid(oItem))
    AssignCommand(oTarget, ActionTakeItem(oItem, oPC));

    AssignCommand(oTarget, TakeGoldFromCreature(GetGold(oPC), oPC));

    location lTarget;
    oTarget = GetWaypointByTag("toDeathplane");

    lTarget = GetLocation(oTarget);

    //only do the jump if the location is valid.
    //though not flawless, we just check if it is in a valid area.
    //the script will stop if the location isn't valid - meaning that
    //nothing put after the teleport will fire either.
    //the current location won't be stored, either

    if (GetAreaFromLocation(lTarget)==OBJECT_INVALID) return;

    SetLocalLocation(oPC, "ls_stored_loc", GetLocation(oPC));

    AssignCommand(oPC, ClearAllActions());

    DelayCommand(3.0, AssignCommand(oPC, ActionJumpToLocation(lTarget)));

    oTarget = oPC;

    //Visual effects can't be applied to waypoints, so if it is a WP
    //the VFX will be applied to the WP's location instead

    nInt = GetObjectType(oTarget);

    if (nInt != OBJECT_TYPE_WAYPOINT) ApplyEffectToObject(DURATION_TYPE_INSTANT, EffectVisualEffect(VFX_IMP_UNSUMMON), oTarget);
    else ApplyEffectAtLocation(DURATION_TYPE_INSTANT, EffectVisualEffect(VFX_IMP_UNSUMMON), GetLocation(oTarget));


    Not sure what the issue is, no errors in the script.

  • My guess is the PC could just cancel the action to teleport that was set on him.

    Here is a revised version with more commentary and some changes that should ensure the PC teleports to death plane.

    I did not test if this code compiles, but I think it should be ok.

    /* Script generated by
    Lilac Soul's NWN Script Generator, v. 2.3
    For download info, please visit:
    http://nwvault.ign.com/View.php?view=Other.Detail&id=4683&id=625 */
    //Goes OnPlayerDeath of the module properties
    //Queue of actions that jumps a PC to the death plane
    void ActionMoveToDeathPlane(object oWaypoint)
        //apply a visual effect
        ApplyEffectAtLocation(DURATION_TYPE_TEMPORARY, EffectVisualEffect(VFX_IMP_UNSUMMON), GetLocation(OBJECT_SELF), 6.0); //OBJECT_SELF refers to oPC in this function because the command was assigned to him: AssignCommand(oPC, ActionMoveToDeathPlane(oWaypoint));
        ClearAllActions(); //clear the PC's action queue
        ActionWait(3.0); //assign the action to wait 3 seconds
        ActionJumpToObject(oWaypoint); //assign the action to jump to oWaypoint (in the death plane)
        ActionDoCommand(SetCommandable(TRUE)); //assign the action to unlock the action queue so that the player regains control of his PC
        SetCommandable(FALSE); //lock the PC's action queue so that he does not cancel what we just asked him to do!
    void main()
        //the PC who jsut died
        object oPC = GetLastPlayerDied();
        //if it's not a PC, don't run this script
        if (!GetIsPC(oPC)) return;
        //the loot bag in which we will place the PC's belongings
        object oLootBag = GetObjectByTag("PClootbag");
        //oitem will cycle through the inventory of the PC
        object oItem = GetFirstItemInInventory(oPC);
        //move the items in the PC's 6 inventory pages to the loot bag
        while (GetIsObjectValid(oItem))
            AssignCommand(oLootBag, ActionTakeItem(oItem, oPC));
            oItem = GetNextItemInInventory(oPC);
        //move the items by the PC to the loot bag
        int nInt;
        for (nInt=0; nInt

  • Line 10 could not compile.

    ActionMoveToDeathPlane(object oWaypoint)

    should it read?:

    ActionMoveToLocation(object oWaypoint DeathPlane)

  • Heh, uh, no.

    Just put "void " in front of it, that ought to fix it.

  • I'd like to suggest you take a wee bit of a pause, and take some time to go read the forum sticky and get some of the basic basics of programming. The Tutorial section of NWNLexicon in particular I'd recommend.

    It's a very good introduction into what's going on when the compiler is looking at your code.

  • I fixed the mistake in my code.

    I recommand downloading the nwn lexicon if it's not already done. It gives you a lot of informations with examples that are not present in the toolset compiler.

  • I don't know if it's still available but "LilacSoul's Script Generator" can do a lot of this stuff.

  • I'm using the script generator.

    I still can't get the PC to jump areas to the "death plane".

    Reading and the web are helping, but the script still isn't working right.

  • Did you set the waypoint correctly?

  • You need to create a waypoint in your death area with the Tag “toDeathplane“

    Also out of curiosity Snowstorm:
    What happens if you don’t have this check;

    //only do the jump if the destination waypoint exists 
    if (GetIsObjectValid(oWaypoint)) 
    ```And there is no waypoint?

  • Everything except jumping to the waypoint happens.

    In this case, the variable ls_stored_loc is stored on the PC, a visual effect would be applied and the player would lose the control of his character for about 3 seconds. The character would not be moved to an Invalid waypoint.

  • The waypont was there the whole time, but I changed the waypoint from blue to green, and then it started working. Thanks again for the fixes.

  • Changing the color shouldn't affect anything.
    But if you say it's now working, that's good to know.

  • does this also disable the respawn popup window?

  • I have no idea what triggers the popup respawn window.

  • PopUpGUIPanel() or PopUpDeathGUIPanel() pull up the standard or a custom GUI for when you die. It's called in the code of the OnDeath script (if it is used).

    See "x2_death"

    So, creating your own OnDeath script that doesn't call either of those functions will "disable" (actually, will just not use) the death GUI.

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