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Thomas Die    886

When using skin names sometimes there's a "p" at the end or a "d"
what's the deal with that?

inst.components.skinner.skin_name

 

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myxal    509
On 5/14/2021 at 8:27 PM, thomas4846 said:

When using skin names sometimes there's a "p" at the end or a "d"
what's the deal with that?


inst.components.skinner.skin_name

 

I've seen "P" and I think this is to distinguish the newly-weavable skins from IAPs (formal/rose/shadow/survivor skins of refreshed characters, and costume collection) from the original tradable skins, that became heirlooms.

I'm not sure I've seen "D" - can you give an example?

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Knowbodie    547

I think D was for holiday limited ones, like for example: waxwell_krampus_d, waxwell_krampus_p, or waxwell_krampus

I usually get them mixed up so idk

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Thomas Die    886
On 5/18/2021 at 6:00 PM, myxal said:

I've seen "P" and I think this is to distinguish the newly-weavable skins from IAPs (formal/rose/shadow/survivor skins of refreshed characters, and costume collection) from the original tradable skins, that became heirlooms.

I'm not sure I've seen "D" - can you give an example?

On 5/18/2021 at 6:33 PM, Knowbodie said:

I think D was for holiday limited ones, like for example: waxwell_krampus_d, waxwell_krampus_p, or waxwell_krampus

I usually get them mixed up so idk

 

Thanks that's epic.

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Fuffles    4293

p is purchasable aka guest of honors/... that you can weave
d is dropable aka halloween mob costumes which are normally limited event that you can get

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CarlZalph    4968

Quick aside, you might also see some skins with some random arbitrary letter or number appended to it, too.  That's to resolve a hash collision with the string hashing function.  You can find its definition here:

 

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