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Minus Values[edit]

I haven't played the game in awhile, but do dislike items really take away from your existing affection points? ♥★♦ (talk) 11:06, 23 May 2014 (UTC)

Yeah, give them to the rival to lower the character's affection toward them faster after dueling. That use is only available if you get a gift from the end-battle reward. Morrolan (talk) 11:15, 23 May 2014 (UTC)

Hi[edit]

I am so glad people have actually taken TPW2 up. ;; Naï (talk) 12:45, 23 May 2014 (UTC)

How did you manage to take the exact beginning and end values for spellcard %s from the data? I can get the exact beginning values, but the coding is weird, so I can only guess about the lv10 + masteries values...
Oh, and speaking of which, how did you obtain the exact growth aptitude values as well? Are they estimates? -- Naï (talk) 19:21, 26 May 2014 (UTC)
The spellcard damage values are just calculating the 5% increase at each level, truncating any decimals every level. The character growths are in chara_data.ks as:
sf.chara[1][11]=80; //HP升級權值
sf.chara[1][12]=72; //ATK升級權值
sf.chara[1][13]=85; //HIT升級權值
sf.chara[1][14]=114; //DODGE升級權值
checking the costs for someone ingame will show that hp costs 1/10 that number per point while the other three stats are 1/2 per point. (without equipment)
The aptitudes listed on the earlier games' sites appear to be based on those growth numbers, with the breakpoints being at 75, 100 and 125... minus the rare typo. --Morrolan (talk) 20:37, 26 May 2014 (UTC)
OHH, I GET IT NOW. Thanks again for the info. I had already seen the character growths in the chara_data file, but didn't know how to interpret them; as for spellcards, I was only having trouble with the damage values~. -- Naï (talk) 21:23, 26 May 2014 (UTC)

Hihi[edit]

Um, excuse me if I'm bothering you again, but where do you get the gift likes and dislikes of a mon from the data? That's something I haven't found inside the data yet, perhaps because I haven't meddled enough with it.

I'm also establishing a few character pages guidelines based on what you've been telling me, the recently created templates and such, and displaying them in the Talk:Touhou Pocket Wars 2nd/Characters page. I quoted you a little, too, hopefully you won't mind~.

Naï (talk) 23:52, 27 May 2014 (UTC)

Oh, I also forgot to ask where you got which cards are from which pack! I did look even in the shop file, but couldn't interpret any data I found, so I had no luck with it... -- Naï (talk) 23:54, 27 May 2014 (UTC)
It is in shop.
tf.card_pack[1][3][4]=[0,1,5,6]; //可抽到的符卡ID
tf.card_pack[1][3][5]=[0,300,400,200]; //可抽到的符卡權值
The first bracket is the character, second is the pack: Reimu's 3rd pack has card 1, 5 and 6 with the second line being the relative odds of getting each card.

Gifts are in tpw_init.ks with patch changes in room.ks

//gift_item資料(ID、NAME、數量、是否取得、好感度、高好感群、中好感群、負好感群、機率權值)
f.gift_item[12] = [12,'ハードカバーの魔道書',0,0,250,[2,21,22,28,37,40,56,59,60],[18,3,24,25,32,39,41,51],[3,6,11,17,27,34,43,47,54],250];
f.gift_item[12][6] = [18,19,24,25,32,39,41,51];

Prior to version 1.05, Sakuya(3) was listed in indifferent and dislike for the magic book. The patch replaced her in the indifferent list with Satori(19). --Morrolan (talk) 10:59, 28 May 2014 (UTC)

Hihihi[edit]

Okay, so I think I'm pretty much done with the patch (I'll name it patch2.exe). However, I'm having trouble repacking it into a working .xp3 file. I managed to do so with the Insani tools, but the game would then crash (apparently, the Insani tools have incomplete encryption or something); Crass's Assage is apparently still in development, and I can't get kirikiri.exe to work even if I open a command prompt in the directory with both the .exe and the patch folder on it... what am I doing wrong? ;;

Also, how do you determine the maximum height a spellcard effect can reach by reading the data?... like Eirin's Forbidden Arcanum, for example?

Thanks in advance o/. Naï (talk) 22:08, 2 June 2014 (UTC)

Insani worked fine when I was fiddling with the files two years ago. Does it say anything useful when the game crashes, like a file and line number? A common cause of crashes is apostrophes. They need to be preceded by a backslash if they\'re meant to be displayed.
The spellcard effect changes from level ups are the first two numbers on the line that also has the mpcost, hit and cri changes: sf.card[24][5][16]. The first number for each stat is the base change. Then a random integer between zero and the second number is added to it. So... +3% HP per level is the max for the res. --Morrolan (talk) 23:59, 2 June 2014 (UTC)

HIII, ALEISTER O_O[edit]

(Don't mind me, I've been watching too much Index recently)

Could you send me a list of name changes you made to spellcards later, as well as a short reason for the renaming of each one? I noticed you were simply following the official translations for the Tewi spellcards, for example (though I don't follow a few of the official translations myself for the Prismriver sisters - and, in fact, I refuse to! I worked hard, you know), and it's kind of too late to add them to the patch now, but with a list I can make in-game changes in the next English patch~.

As for the patch itself, it's about ready, and seems to be working overall. There were actually many problems (though the \' issue did come up here and there): what took me the most time was a problem with room.ks, in which the translation code refused to interact properly in the same [iscript][endscript] set as the 1.05 code (unlike what ver0.12's room.ks suggests)... so I had to make a separate coding section for it instead, and then it magically worked (?). I plan on uploading it tomorrow, along with a changelog. o/

There's still A LOT to be translated - in fact, it's kind of sad, really! - but I should somehow manage later... though I will most certainly either need help with the dialogue or learn Japanese myself for translating it, I can at least translate the event choices, which are a little critical imo, with either minimal to no help. Hopefully.

Naï (talk) 02:53, 11 June 2014 (UTC)