I’ve gone back to see if I can pick up the OC which I didn’t find very interesting first time round but want to give another try. I’ve managed to pick up where I was but have hit a pretty big obstacle.
After sorting out Charwood and the town being reduced to rubble I made the not so intelligent decision to lighten my load by throwing away the “Charwood Cultists’ Journal”. It turns out this is needed for proof for Aribeth or I cant proceed into Luskan so I tried to retrace my steps but it is no longer there.
In a final attempt I tried to use DebugMode to spawn in the item. I thought it was working but no dice.
produces not found.
Any way round this or am I doomed to wander Neverwinter Woods for eternity?
I had a thought about teleporting myself into Luskan instead but I think I need co-ordinates ?
PS. I tried killing the gate guards and battering away at the main door of the city but I have a sneaking suspicion it might have been invulnerable…
m2q3g_cultjourn is the parameter to dm_spawnitem debug function.
You can jump to any area in debug mode in current module. But Luskan is a whole new module. You can execute script that will take you there. But try the item first.
Sorry, I don’t understand. I’m not really a scripter. Is that not the resref of the book? How should the line read?
You get the ‘not found’ message because you had an underscore between dm_spawnitem and the resref of the item.However the resref is not a part of the function name but the parameter. So no underscore but a space.
This was your command:
But this is correct (from my post):
Console commands are like shell commands:
function arg1 arg2 ..., split by whitespace, which internally translate to something like
function(arg1, arg2, ...).
Use tab key whenever possible to auto-complete the function name. It will also auto-insert a space at the end, reducing grief. Example: type
D and press tab to get
Thanks for the help guys.
Didn’t know about this either. Thanks for the help and the explanation.
Yay !!! It worked. I’m back in the hunt . Good tip to know. Thanks again both.