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Monster drop simulator - tool for game balance.

Perun

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Hello, last days i've created tool so you can easy simulate monsters drop. You don't need to kill 99999 monsters ingame to check if your 'chance' to drop is ok, just type how many monsters you want to kill, choose monster and you can see drop summary + on the right panel drop for every killed monster.
Just place items.xml and monsters folder to program folder and thats all.
Tested on tfs 0.3.6 and 1.3. Should work with any ots version, just items.xml need to have id/name format like original and monsters <loot> should be the same.

I don't know if anyone will be interested, msg here if you want me to publish that tool. Program in C#, i do not upload binaries, just source (easy to compile, just click and run build in vs).

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Tested on 1.X+ TFS too.
Arkam is a beast, remember that. Huge applause for him.
respect.~
 

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A perfect tool for users who do not know how to program and calculate percentages, i liked your thread of ideas for TFS 1.3, maybe another day will help you with some great idea.
 
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Ok this weekend i will upload src and compiled program.
 

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Hello, last days i've created tool so you can easy simulate monsters drop. You don't need to kill 99999 monsters ingame to check if your 'chance' to drop is ok, just type how many monsters you want to kill, choose monster and you can see drop summary + on the right panel drop for every killed monster.
Just place items.xml and monsters folder to program folder and thats all.
Tested on tfs 0.3.6 and 1.3. Should work with any ots version, just items.xml need to have id/name format like original and monsters <loot> should be the same.

I don't know if anyone will be interested, msg here if you want me to publish that tool. Program in C#, i do not upload binaries, just source (easy to compile, just click and run build in vs).

oEUmba9.png
Nice tool. Where can i get it? I searched here in forum and don't found. Write a loot calculador is in my TO DO list haha
 
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