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How does Wurt take less damage from Drowning?


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I'm poking through the code to figure out why he has fewer penalties, and so far I haven't been able to pinpoint what it is..  Does anyone know?  Their 'stronggrip' tag prevents them dropping gear, but idk what's preventing them getting the health penalty..

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Drowning penalties differ for most characters, like WX who takes more damage and has a higher sanity penalty, Woodie who loses more hunger or Walter who loses less health and sanity. All of these values are in tuning.lua, specifically at line 3661 to 3713.

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@-t-
Wonderful!  I don't suppose you know how to edit this for a modded character?  (Still learning)

DROWNING_DAMAGE =
{
	DEFAULT =
	{
		HEALTH_PENALTY = 0.25,
		HUNGER = 25,
		SANITY = 25,
		WETNESS = 100,
	},

	WX78 = 
	{
		HEALTH_PENALTY = 0.4,
		HUNGER = 25,
		SANITY = 50,
		WETNESS = 100,
	},

	WOODIE = 
	{
		HEALTH_PENALTY = 0.25,
		HUNGER = 50,
		SANITY = 25,
		WETNESS = 100,
	},

	WEREWOODIE = 
	{
		WERENESS = 100,
		WETNESS = 100,
	},

	WURT =
	{
		HEALTH_PENALTY = 0,
		HUNGER = 0,
		SANITY = 0,
		WETNESS = 50,  
	},

	WALTER = 
	{
		HEALTH_PENALTY = 0.1,
		HUNGER = 25,
		SANITY = 12,
		WETNESS = 100,
	},

	CREATURE =
	{
		WETNESS = 100,
	},
},

Something like this?

inst.components.drownable.DROWNING_DAMAGE =
		{
			CHARACTER_NAME =
			{
				HEALTH_PENALTY = 0.25,
				HUNGER = 25,
				SANITY = 25,
				WETNESS = 100,
			}
  		}

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This is just a table, and it's a global one at that, which makes it easily editable. You can edit it like this:

GLOBAL.TUNING.DROWNING_DAMAGE.MY_CHARACTER = {
	HEALTH_PENALTY = 0.25,
	HUNGER = 25,
	SANITY = 25,
	WETNESS = 100,
}

Just put in in your modmail.lua and if you have local TUNING = GLOBAL.TUNING then you don't need to put GLOBAL at the begging there.

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1 minute ago, FurryEskimo said:

@-t-
I was about to say, this is a lot like editing the generic dialogue for the character.  Thanks so much!

Yeah, it's the same thing as this. Most stuff from tuning.lua, constants.lua and strings.lua are just a bunch of global variables or tables and they all are easily editable.

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