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March 09, 2017, 05:03:44 PM
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So really new to this whole PRC thing (if any of my other posts weren't clear enough).

Looking at customizing my game play by editing XP values to hinder me a little less in levelling, and enabling multisummon.

This is what I have currently in my override folder:

personal_switch.2da

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2DA V2.0

    SwitchName                              SwitchType SwitchValue
0  PRC_XP_USE_PNP_XP                        int        1           
1  PRC_XP_USE_BIOWARE_XPTABLE               int        1           
2  PRC_XP_SLIDER_x100                       int        100         
3  PRC_XP_PC_PARTY_COUNT_x100               int        100         
4  PRC_XP_DOMINATED_PARTY_COUNT_x100        int        0           
5  PRC_XP_HENCHMAN_PARTY_COUNT_x100         int        10           
6  PRC_XP_UNKNOWN_PARTY_COUNT_x100          int        0           
7  PRC_XP_SUMMONED_PARTY_COUNT_x100         int        10           
8  PRC_XP_FAMILIAR_PARTY_COUNT_x100         int        10           
9  PRC_XP_ANIMALCOMPANION_PARTY_COUNT_x100  int        10           
10  PRC_XP_MUST_BE_IN_AREA                  int        1           
11  PRC_XP_MAX_PHYSICAL_DISTANCE            int        100         
12  PRC_XP_MAX_LEVEL_DIFF                   int        5         
13  PRC_MULTISUMMON                         int        1
14  PRC_PNP_ANIMATE_DEAD                    int        1
15  PRC_CREATE_UNDEAD_UNCONTROLLED          int        1
16  PRC_CREATE_UNDEAD_PERMANENT             int        1
17  PRC_SLEEP_NO_HD_CAP                     int        1

I deleted most of the other lines so it was easier on my eyes while I was testing and such, plus I didn't think needed the other lines to ensure function.

My current problem is when i use the in-game PRC option to read the file, it seems* like the XP tables are altered, but the multisummon doesn't enable, I can still manually enable it and it seems to function correctly.

*My test for XP is simply loading using the PRC option and fighting a Mummy, which would give me 308 XP with 3 summons and 270 with 3 summons and my familiar. 540 was the base when I killed a Mummy on my own. So I guess the math works as alone i get 100% and when I am a party of 5, I got 50%, makes sense to me, I guess. Okay apparently it is sorta working, or not. I am honestly unsure. It appears my custom settings are being ignored entirely.

My values were based on this table I found earlier:

This is sample personal_switch.2da for PRC xp system. With switches set up in this way xp system will use default bioware xp tables and familiars, companions, summoned creatures won't affect experience points gained.

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2DA V2.0

   SwitchName                              SwitchType SwitchValue
0  PRC_XP_USE_PNP_XP                       int        1           
1  PRC_XP_USE_BIOWARE_XPTABLE              int        1           
2  PRC_XP_SLIDER_x100                      int        100         
3  PRC_XP_PC_PARTY_COUNT_x100              int        100         
4  PRC_XP_DOMINATED_PARTY_COUNT_x100       int        0           
5  PRC_XP_HENCHMAN_PARTY_COUNT_x100        int        0           
6  PRC_XP_UNKNOWN_PARTY_COUNT_x100         int        0           
7  PRC_XP_SUMMONED_PARTY_COUNT_x100        int        0           
8  PRC_XP_FAMILIAR_PARTY_COUNT_x100        int        0           
9  PRC_XP_ANIMALCOMPANION_PARTY_COUNT_x100 int        0           
10 PRC_XP_MUST_BE_IN_AREA                  int        1           
11 PRC_XP_MAX_PHYSICAL_DISTANCE            int        100         
12 PRC_XP_MAX_LEVEL_DIFF                   int        5           
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