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Re: [B18] Marvin's Stuff
« Reply #90 on: May 21, 2018, 11:48:49 PM »

Before I forget, there's a new test release of Hunting Restriction to fix a bug:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/kv9q4y23uliy39h/MarvsHuntingRestriction122_TEST.zip?dl=0

Changes:
- Hunters who take an order to hunt a predator (when hunting predators is enabled) will now change target if the predator goes to sleep in the time it takes for them to get there.

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Re: [B18] Marvin's Stuff
« Reply #91 on: May 25, 2018, 05:24:24 AM »

Changelist for the v1.2.7 test version of Sometimes Raids Go Wrong.

I changed the Burning Man variant a bit.
  • Fails to fire at all if it's too early for mechanoid raids.
  • A maximum of one-third of the raid arrives on fire.
  • Mechs and raiders will spawn in with existing damage/injuries.

I made a couple of minor alterations to Meteorite Swarm.
  • It will only iterate half as many times looking to find a place to spawn a falling meteorite, and the maximum number of meteorites is capped at 12. This should mean that generating the meteorite swarm will be a little bit faster. You also aren't guaranteed to get the maximum number every time.
  • Meteorites in the meteorite swarm are smaller than default RimWorld meteorites.

Rapid Ageing now has more stages, with the actual ageing only happening in the last and most extreme stage.
  • The disease progresses a bit slower than in the previous version.
  • It takes longer to become immune.
  • Immunity immediately removes the disease, resulting in no further effects.
  • It responds better to tending. In testing, herbal medicine isn't great but will reduce the severity some of the time, while regular medicine or better will be much better at keeping it at low severity.
  • The various stages ramp up the loss of movement capacity and consciousness, increase the pain factor, and make the victims become exhausted faster.
  • Before the last stage is reached, chemical damage can randomly occur to one or both of the kidneys, reducing blood filtration rate. Because the amount of ageing increases when blood filtration is low, this can lead to much faster ageing than normal.
  • Immunity to the disease is now checked before applying Rapid Ageing. Immunity persists for longer, so in theory, if the same poor sap is in a position to attack you again, they will be immune to the effects.

As for the classic Drop Pods Malfunction, when raider drop pods crash, instead of automatically being downed or dead, there's now also a chance for some injury (but not enough to down) or no injury at all.

I've also replaced the Weapon Breakage with something else. I think you might like it.
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Re: [B18] Marvin's Stuff
« Reply #92 on: May 26, 2018, 12:44:18 PM »

Here's the test version of Sometimes Raids Go Wrong. The change list is as above.

I recommend that you start a new game with this version of the mod installed.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/w03zfh97hrcp41c/MarvsSometimesRaidsGoWrong127_TEST.zip?dl=0
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Re: [B18] Marvin's Stuff
« Reply #93 on: June 11, 2018, 02:47:08 PM »

Here's a new test version of Sometimes Raids Go Wrong

v1.2.8 Changes
- Exempts Glitterworld Tanks from rapid ageing or getting drunk.

Download from Dropbox:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/huj3ok6ujkkzebn/MarvsSometimesRaidsGoWrong128_TEST.zip?dl=0

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Re: [B18] Marvin's Stuff
« Reply #94 on: June 30, 2018, 03:45:55 AM »

Here's a new test version of Less Often Drug Binges for B18.

v1.0.2 Changes
- Colonists with the chemical fascination or chemical interest traits will only have random drug binges when they are about to have a major or extreme break.

Download from Dropbox: https://www.dropbox.com/s/oazar7n680sn0pg/MarvsLessOftenDrugBinges102_TEST.zip?dl=0

Because of the nature of random drug binges, it will take me a while to confirm whether this works on my own. So if you find that it works, please let me know. Thanks!
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Re: [B18] Marvin's Stuff
« Reply #95 on: July 15, 2018, 03:13:21 AM »

Combat Readiness Check (1.0 unstable)

v1.1.7 "Release the Yorkies" test version

New stuff:
- Uses points and wealth curves like vanilla, but takes longer to get to high values. Like vanilla, these curves flatten out completely at the end.
- There are new settings for the percentages of armour, weapon and building value that will be used, instead of points per million wealth.
- Weapons and armour are considered different wealth than buildings, so the wealth from both categories are looked up on the Combat Readiness wealth curve to get points values, then the points are added together later.
- Armour stored in a colonist's inventory will be counted.

Old stuff:
- Just like in B18 and previous versions, the points from colonists are reduced when colonists have injuries or other effects which reduce their combat abilities (consciousness, manipulation, and sight).
- Like vanilla, the overall points are looked up on a points curve to get the final result. Combat Readiness has its own points curve.
- There is a setting for the percentage of animal combat power used in the calculation (vanilla is 9%)
- Only animals which have been trained in Release are counted in the points calculation.
- Ramp-up factor only affect points generated by colonists and animals.
- Like B18 and before, only wealth from armour, weapons and buildings count.
- Like vanilla, the wealth from various sources is halved for a caravan ambush.
- The criteria to decide whether armour is counted has changed, it is counted now if it has a high enough armour value vs sharp.
- Weapons stored in a colonist's inventory will be counted.

Download from Dropbox: https://www.dropbox.com/s/u3yicb1wtko2qg1/MarvsCombatReadinessCheck117_TEST.zip?dl=0

This version will be updated on the same link when things break. Please report errors or unintended behaviour.

N.B. Does not work with Raid Limiter v3 (mods conflict, there can be only one).
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Re: [B18] Marvin's Stuff
« Reply #96 on: August 01, 2018, 11:19:39 AM »

Solar Apocalypse & Rogue Planet (1.0 unstable)

v1.1.0 "I don't want to set the world on fire... okay maybe I do" test version
- The world map now reflects any changes in temperature due to permanent game conditions. Even ones not included in this mod. ;)
- This means that your caravan dudes can turn into flamesicles or popsicles accordingly. Please send your caravans out with the appropriate insulating gear.
- The 'solar flares stop happening as planet gets further away' feature is temporarily disabled but may return in a later version.

Bugs may happen, please report them.

Download from Dropbox: https://www.dropbox.com/s/fcd17sysjz2q7l3/MarvsDisasters110_TEST.zip?dl=0

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Re: [B18] Marvin's Stuff
« Reply #97 on: August 06, 2018, 12:57:14 PM »

Adaptation and Random Threat Point Multipliers Cap to One (1.0 unstable)

v1.0.0 "I had to look up how to do xpath patching again" test version
- The adaptation multiplier caps out at 1 instead of 1.46
- Randy's random threat point multiplier range is 0.33 to 1 instead of 0.5 to 1.5

Please report bugs. Also, this little package will be included in the next version of Combat Readiness Check, so you won't need this if you have that.

Download from Dropbox: https://www.dropbox.com/s/sp2owfo0674gn6w/MarvsAdaptAndRandomToOne100_TEST.zip?dl=0
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