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> [-Eventing-] Making Drive Forms in the style of Kingdom Hearts II, We will be focusing on just one form right now.
Seppie
post Jul 22 2011, 01:24 AM
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Drive Forms in the style of Kingdom Hearts II
Require some basic database knowledge

The Forms
For this tutorial, we will be using the 'Final' form. You must choose which forms you will use.

Common Events
To start off, let's go to the Common Events section of the Database. You will need to create 2 common events for every form.

You should name them accordingly, such as 'FINAL1' and 'FINAL2'

Open FINAL1 and insert a 'Flash Screen'. The basic settings work fine, just make sure to uncheck 'Wait For Completion'.

Insert a 'Play SE' after that, and choose 'Ice4' -- Those two will give us our eye candy.

Now, insert a 'Change Party Member' and add the 'Final Form' of your character (DO NOT INITIALIZE) , then remove the current form of your character.

Now, you will make a switch. Label it 'FinalForm' and turn it on. Now set a timer, and make it however long you want the form to remain in effect. I will set mine at 30 seconds.

Now, go to your 'FINAL2' Common Event. On the trigger, set it as 'Parallel Process' and make the switch 'FinalForm'.

Insert a conditional branch that will check if the timer is 0 min 0 sec OR LESS.

If so, insert a Flash Screen and Play SE as we did in the first, and Add the original character back, then remove the Form.

Set the timer to stop.

After this, turn off the 'FinalForm' switch.

Leave the area under 'Else' blank.

The Skill
Now, create a skill named 'Final Form' and give it an appropriate icon.

The scope should be 'NONE' and the Common Event will be 'FINAL1'

Be sure to decide when your character can drive up. Should it be only in battle, or anywhere?

Testing it
Be sure to test out your new drive form and make sure it all works fine.

SCREENSHOTS

The Common Events


The Skill


If you are having any problems, feel free to ask.

You can see the original post here: http://broken.eclipserpg.com/t7-eventing-d...dom-hearts-ii#7


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hexcimal
post Aug 13 2011, 05:39 AM
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Well, I certainly have to say that this'll give many games a different perspective. Especially several different ABS systems out there, I think this would be really fun to include. Thank you for putting your time and effort into it. biggrin.gif


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Neosky
post Aug 13 2011, 06:46 AM
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Nice and simple!

I had something like this during the 2k3 series, kinda like a Super Sayien form, lol. One was a guy who looked normal then he would get a boost and look like a vampire, and the chick would go all elemental. I'm actualy doing something like that now.

Are you going to do anymore?


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Syx
post Oct 31 2011, 09:51 PM
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Seppie, you have inspired me to take eventing to a whole new level! My challenge will be to out-do your systems. smile.gif It's a friendly challenge.

May the best man win. smile.gif

Seriously, though. Nice ideas. =D


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Keyblade0
post Nov 2 2011, 09:12 PM
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Wow, this will be excellant for any game! biggrin.gif

Thanks!


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cyberjago
post Dec 1 2011, 03:47 AM
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don't you think about the the character and it's form level?
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gettogaara
post Dec 1 2011, 06:14 PM
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How would this work with an ATB system? 30 seconds definitley would'nt be enough. Would you go by amount of turns? I'm not thinking about using drive forms but I want a form for one of my characters where he gets surrounded by electricity......than again that might be able to be made as a state.


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Deoxys5
post Jan 2 2012, 04:00 AM
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QUOTE (Seppie @ Jul 21 2011, 10:24 PM) *
Drive Forms in the style of Kingdom Hearts II
Require some basic database knowledge

The Forms
For this tutorial, we will be using the 'Final' form. You must choose which forms you will use.

Common Events
To start off, let's go to the Common Events section of the Database. You will need to create 2 common events for every form.

You should name them accordingly, such as 'FINAL1' and 'FINAL2'

Open FINAL1 and insert a 'Flash Screen'. The basic settings work fine, just make sure to uncheck 'Wait For Completion'.

Insert a 'Play SE' after that, and choose 'Ice4' -- Those two will give us our eye candy.

Now, insert a 'Change Party Member' and add the 'Final Form' of your character (DO NOT INITIALIZE) , then remove the current form of your character.

Now, you will make a switch. Label it 'FinalForm' and turn it on. Now set a timer, and make it however long you want the form to remain in effect. I will set mine at 30 seconds.

Now, go to your 'FINAL2' Common Event. On the trigger, set it as 'Parallel Process' and make the switch 'FinalForm'.

Insert a conditional branch that will check if the timer is 0 min 0 sec OR LESS.

If so, insert a Flash Screen and Play SE as we did in the first, and Add the original character back, then remove the Form.

Set the timer to stop.

After this, turn off the 'FinalForm' switch.

Leave the area under 'Else' blank.

The Skill
Now, create a skill named 'Final Form' and give it an appropriate icon.

The scope should be 'NONE' and the Common Event will be 'FINAL1'

Be sure to decide when your character can drive up. Should it be only in battle, or anywhere?

Testing it
Be sure to test out your new drive form and make sure it all works fine.

SCREENSHOTS

The Common Events


The Skill


If you are having any problems, feel free to ask.

You can see the original post here: http://broken.eclipserpg.com/t7-eventing-d...dom-hearts-ii#7

Epic, Love it, one problem. When the form weres out, I'm kicked out of battle
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Pentagonbuddy
post Jan 4 2012, 05:36 PM
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This is pretty old and I don't think Seppie is around to provide support, so you'll probably have more luck asking in the support forum about your evented woes, though there's also this thread.

Of course if you'd like your thread re-opened, feel free to PM me, Seppie!


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