- make two versions of overhaul, one stay strickly with vanilla and very useful/balanced items, and the other changes things. might not be worth calling it the same mod then, not sure yet. I'd like to try making every single feature optional first with my No AddOn idea.
- redundant, but make Overburdened increase how much it exhaust a player only when they move. currently the game does this, but it seems too weak. this will increase the difficulty though...modular idea might be more appropriate with this.
- (1)make a larger bonfire that last more than 3 hours or whatever the large file last.
- (1)Need to double check that all my override code is correct
- (1)Might reduce the cost of PackRat to 2 because it literally does only 1 thing.
- (2)Considering making the Bag repair system require no skill but you would have to destroy 2 bags just to repair the third one. Then allow the Knitwit skill to reduce this requirement down to just destroying 1 bag, and people with knitwit still get to make their bags wear out slower.
- (2)Considering making it so that players who were recently overburdened in the last Move or two (that's a movement point, not a spacebar press which is a game hour) have their 5/5 movement reduced to 4/4 thus make the player take weight more seriously.
- This patch is mainly for mod authors/creators.
- removed extra '24031' after closing tag. thanks to MarcoMartins for
- This patch is mainly for for mod authors/creators.
- Did a once over on the code and cleaned up it's appearance.
- Just corrected some of the capitalization on the known recipes list.
- Changed my Itemtype NGroup ID numbers from 200 to 99 for aesthetics, and one less digit to punch in.
- Changed the style of my index system up-top.
- Just touched up the comments at the top.
- The camo tent no longer requires the hiding the skill
- Try as i did, it turns out the movement bonus on rough terrain never worked the way i wanted it to. Instead it would activate even when it shouldn't. I tried a couple of different ways to make this work, but the game doesn't process things the same way that it's feature sets would imply. Simply put, i couldn't get this to work without some side effect ruining the quality and seriousness of my work. unless someone else can get this working, I've had enough trying to get it to work myself and have tried everything i can think of.
- Fixed another naming inconsistency.
- Fixed something that apparently causes issues for Linux users with how image naming works. Only knew of the one example
- Added an image mebdev donated. He corrected the capitalization on the skill selection screen for Knitwit
- made a slightly better image for the arrow workbench. it's still pretty bad though
- Renamed the subcategory on my mod specific recipes from "mod" to "overhaul"
- overhauled some background work on crafting the hunting arrows. As the player you'll notice that you can now only find arrow workbenches at forest shacks. It appears as loot and theirs a 50% chance you'll find one. You won't be able to move it, because i don't want you to. as someone merging the mod with another mod, you should be pleased that it no longer takes up space on a table that must equal "1" which means - merging this mod just got so much less complicated.
- Bows, bags, and vehicles no longer repair to 100%, unless you cannibalize another one for parts. Reinforcing them still makes them last longer though.
- added ability to tear one compound bow apart and use it's parts to repair another compound bow back to new
- Accidentally still had the shoulder mod applied to the compound bow. Fixed
- Changed crafting balance of knitwit.
- Touched up to behind the scenes stuff with comments. still needs work but it's slightly better.
- Fixed some mistakes i made with shoulder straps
- Removed broadhead arrow that i added to the ATN store. With craft-able arrows it was just unnecessary.
- Removed extra van space i added at the parkade, to make it more vanilla.
- Just spent like 8 hours of my life ironing out unintended side effects of how i enable the tracking skill enhancement. whew...so glad i found a way to make it work...hate that i can't say this furthers my knowledge of computers because this isn't real modding. wish this was some sort of scripting language.
- Fixed duffel bag not strapping on to any shoulders. Should now strap on to the players left shoulder as the vanilla duffel bag should.
- Added more comments to the code for other people's sake who might want to open it's guts and have a look.
- Corrected duplication in getmods.php
- Made a standalone of Overhaul, with no other mods. For people who want to merge overhaul into something without all the stuff.
- removed some stuff from the override that wasn't being used. this means easier merging.
- NSE and MMoD merge coming soon (maybe a week, or two. I have a video project to complete.)
- I don't even remember, it was something very minor though
- For awhile I had it so you could have a duffel bag on both shoulders. I decided today I don't like what that does to the balance of the game.
- Reverted the override folder from several .xml's back to one big .xml, it's simpler on me that way.
- accidentally gave reinforced vehicles more storage space than they should have, fixed...something i just forgot to remove
- I somehow accidently removed the negative effects from the great black swamp, fixed but i dunno how long that was there
- changed ash weight back to it's original because I realize that was silly for me to change. they still stack to 2 though just so they take up less space anyway.
- by default shoulder mod doesn't include the compound bow and duffel bag, however some people like it and i decided that if you don't like it then no problem, because it's really easy to just not put it on the other shoulder then. so no harm to anyone and yet more for those who do like it.
- decided to rename the bags to "repaired" instead of reinforced because there is no longer a durability buff.
- repaired bags and vehicles can use another bag or vehicle to restore it to 100% again after the first repair
- removed the durability increase from knitwit, to encourage players to continue to scavenge after they have repaired their bags.
- thanks to the monster mod i noticed that i needed to have the duffel bag stop containing new stuff when reinforced, as well as the compound bow.
- added some ingredients and components to the camo tent that i only recently realized was missing
- added some of the reinforcing recipes to the "known recipes" list so that if you forget the general idea of whats needed you won't have to load the webpage up to find out.
- fixed another error i made but didn't notice for who knows how long
- removed ATN arrows from known recipes list
- fixed something in the code i noticed...frankly i'm surprised it didn't cause any errors...wonder how long it's been there
- increased hunting arrows back to stacks of 6 because it really annoys me that the game will unfairly eat arrows
- made the camouflage tent provide shelter benefits
- removed custom arrows from the choices of attacks when compound bow is equipped
- reduced chance of hunting arrows at the ATN arrows from %30 chance to %20
- reduced hospital pills from 10 to 5, so you can keep your stacks to 1 grid space
- removed the requirement of the mechanic skill for hunting arrows and bumped the small mechanical parts required from 1 to 2, because it sucks not being able to craft these babies
- Bottle Labels Mod added
- just touched up the description to knitwit in-game
- fixed logic bug with reinforced compound bow
- compound bow now takes 10 mechanical parts + ranged skill to reinforce
- added an item that allows you to safely bruise yourself just enough to make the "rest + heal" button show up for anyone trying to make time pass by for whatever reason. it will also reduce the players vision so that if your using this at the DMC guards don't keep interrupting the process (like if your waiting for the store to restock). It'll work by reducing vision only when the item is equipped in your hand, and the bruising part will work by "using" the item. will make it craftable out of something easy to find, probably twigs.
- removed all custom arrows from my mod, now that i have played the bow for real i realize their redundant and not really all that useful. instead, i made the hunting arrows at the ATN store less rare. also reduced stack size of hunting arrows back to their default 5.
- reinforced compound bow gets restored to 100%, again a a one time only deal.
- sling doesn't degrade now, because lets be honest it's not an issue with the sling. When the right parts are used Noise Traps don't degrade anymore either
- soup can is now consumed when fixing spent air filters, for challenge when away from the DMC
- changed subcategory of sterilized water by pill from "food" to "drink"
- added hunting arrow recipe to the known recipes list
- conservatively compressed, and organized the "known recipes" list
- increased stack size of the commercial hunting arrows to 6 just to make them more enticing than their crude counterparts.
- my version of craftable hunting arrows. must have mechanic and ranged skill, 1 small mechanical part, 1 arrow of any kind, and a workbench found occasionally at abandoned workshops. these workshops can be found as "campsites" (those things you see when you press R) at secluded forest shacks and abandoned high rise buildings. i can't draw so i just slapped the simplest graphic i could think of on.
- reduced spawn rate of ATN arrow components to 40%, increased amount to 5-12, reduced max stack to 4 to encourage the real deal.
- fixed shaft and arrowhead not going into player inventory for atn arrow
- knitknit and vehicle bonus to mechanic have been rebalanced. "reinforcing" a bag or vehicle now restores it to 100% and increases durability significantly. at the cost of some string or small mechanical parts, but the vehicle or bag can only be reinforced once and once it's worn out completely you have to get a new one.
- made the knitwit skill better, bags decay 100% slower. Vehicles when used with the mechanic skill are also 100%, however i removed the makeshift sack and travos for balancing reasons. eventually will replace the entire system with a much more balanced repair and tailor system.
- once again repurposed ATN arrows, for all practical reasoning they are now the commercial arrows. except unlike the commercials your much more likely to find these in the store. 40% chance a day that they will show up in the store, in stack of 5-10. must be assembled with the ranged skill, flint arrow head, and the atn arrow shaft. only stack to 5
- removed the water jug, i felt it was stretching it too much
- reverted vehicle storage space for balancing reasons
- removed just a few overhaul recipes from the known recipe list
- removed BBC recipes from the Known Recipes list
- gave BBC some polish under the hood
- polished my recipes in overhaul slightly
- removed the extra traits i put in
- changed ash stacks from 6 to 2
- removed some recipes from the scraps of paper related to the overhaul mod
- Tracking nerfed from .50 reduction of movement points on rough terrain to .25 to be true to the vanilla game difficulty
- player no longer knows how to make an air filter at the start of the game, instead he must find the recipe on a scrap of paper before it shows up on the quick recipe list
- removed NSE and MMoD from my mod, to reduce workload, upkeep and increase motivation
- restructured the override .xml into the new file system
- BBC: m_fMoveCost changed from 1 to -1 to fix logic error (being immortal now gives almost unlimited movement points each turn)
- BBC: added the new "bscrap" property to all of Big Bad Cheaters recipes (you won't see them clutter the game world anymore on those pieces of paper)
- fixed issue with nsePack not loading, also forgot to fine tune shouldered mod to Mighty specific items.
- removed the modular edition, i really tried to make it work but it gets out of hand so so very fast.
- brewing tea in the sauce pan no longer consumes only 1 tannin source but 3 to keep to games intent.
- made the water jug hold a massive amount of liquid to expedite tea selling, the catch is i won't allow anyone to use this for other purposes...so it degrades in 33 hours. which, if you're serious about selling tea is plenty of time to make some big bucks. with this container you won't be constrained by store space
- drinking tea: ever drink your tea and forget to keep track of how long before it wears off? well now you can view a message in your conditions screen to see exactly where it's at in yellow text. it'll say "tea 1st hour" and so on. on the last hour just before it wears off you'll see "tea wearing off". if you want me to add this to pill effects let me know
- fried tofu at the apartments now cost more but gives more as well. i kept the price to nutrition ratio the same
- added BBC v5.5, and i updated it to 5.5.1 i just changed some code that was introduced with the changes to Neo Scavenger after the mod was last updated.
- extra mods are now optional, you can decide which you do and don't want. currently there aren't enough mods in this pack to make sense, but i'm adding the others back in and more and it'll make a lot of sense then.
- misplaced a comma in the NSE version of the pack with the Soft Birch Bag. no bugs were reported with the bag but it's fixed now anyway.
- possible bug fix with shouldered mod, causing humanoids and creatures to be perma-hidden or uncounterable. doesn't make sense but that's what the people report.
- added NSE spears to the shoulder mod
- added shoulder mod, mighty version has shotgun properly added
- minor spelling fixes with the pill mods i made
- if my mod was the cause of the identified water bug, i may have fixed it. hard to tell because it doesn't consistently happen
- fixed james parkade not triggering when player walked on the tile.
- NSE 4.3 update
- metal sauce pan now holds NSE items in it's storage. just a detail that slipped my mind until I noticed the soup can while updating to 4.3
- fixed tracking not giving movement bonus on some rough terrain types in the NSE pack
- mades ashes heavier
- removed a lot of extra mods, over the next few weeks as reports come in that the pack is stable i will add some mods back in that aren't a hassle to add and that appear to be balanced and bug free. but so far this is a relieved headache. please leave a comment on what mods you think "must" be added.