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A random chance to produce a specific food regardless of crockpot ingredients.


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Ok, this one has been rather complicated and i havent found other mods that do a similar thing. 
I want my modded character to be such a terrible cook, that no matter what she puts in the crockpot, there's a 1 in 10 chance it will produce a monster lasagna instead of the intended food item. Any help figuring this out, or if you know of a mod that does something similar i could learn from, it would be much appreciated.

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Possibly add something in the stewer component or replace the stewer component on crockpots to check if your character is using it and then change the output?

stewer.lua, 71:

local function dostew(inst, self)
    self.task = nil
    self.targettime = nil
    self.spoiltime = nil
    
    if self.ondonecooking ~= nil then
        self.ondonecooking(inst)
    end

    if self.product == self.spoiledproduct then
        if self.onspoil ~= nil then
            self.onspoil(inst)
        end
    elseif self.product ~= nil then
        local prep_perishtime = cooking.GetRecipe(inst.prefab, self.product).perishtime or 0
        if prep_perishtime > 0 then
			local prod_spoil = self.product_spoilage or 1
			self.spoiltime = prep_perishtime * prod_spoil
			self.targettime =  GetTime() + self.spoiltime
			self.task = self.inst:DoTaskInTime(self.spoiltime, dospoil, self)
		end
    end

    self.done = true
end

Somehow override that to edit the output based on a random number

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well i tried a couple things with no success. First I attempted to add a 10% chance for it to produce somethign different where i tought was pewell i tried a couple things with no success. First I attempted to add a 10% chance for it to produce somethign different where i tought was pertinent

local function dostew(inst, self)
    self.task = nil
    self.targettime = nil
    self.spoiltime = nil
    
    if self.ondonecooking ~= nil then
        self.ondonecooking(inst)
    end

    if self.product == self.spoiledproduct then
        if self.onspoil ~= nil then
            self.onspoil(inst)
        end
    elseif self.product ~= nil then
    local lasagnachance = math.random(1,10) 
    if lasagnachance == 1 then
        local recipe = cooking.GetRecipe(inst.prefab, self.product)
        else
        local recipe = cooking.GetRecipe(inst.prefab, monsterlasagna)
        end
        local prep_perishtime = (recipe ~= nil and (recipe.cookpot_perishtime or recipe.perishtime)) or 0
        if prep_perishtime > 0 then
            local prod_spoil = self.product_spoilage or 1
            self.spoiltime = prep_perishtime * prod_spoil
            self.targettime =  GetTime() + self.spoiltime
            self.task = self.inst:DoTaskInTime(self.spoiltime, dospoil, self)
        end
    end

But testing making about 20 meatballs i saw no change happen, or even a crash orf some sort, just nothing.

 

Then I tried to look elsewere in the code, and saw the line local prod = SpawnPrefab(self.product) and i thought "well maybe here is where the food item actually spawns on top of the crockpot when cooking ends, maybe cause a replacement here?" and thus i tried:

function Stewer:StopCooking(reason)
    if self.task ~= nil then
        self.task:Cancel()
        self.task = nil
    end
    if self.product ~= nil and reason == "fire" then
    local lasagnachance = math.random(1,10) 
    if lasagnachance == 1 then
        local prod = SpawnPrefab("monsterlasagna")
        else
        local prod = SpawnPrefab(self.product)
        end
        if prod ~= nil then
            prod.Transform:SetPosition(self.inst.Transform:GetWorldPosition())
            prod:DoTaskInTime(0, StopProductPhysics)
        end
    end
    self.product = nil
    self.product_spoilage = nil
    self.spoiltime = nil
    self.targettime = nil
    self.done = nil
end

and again absolutely nothing changes. Perhaps I am not even properly telling the code to use the monster lasagna food item. 

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