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Post is unread #1 Aug 20, 2006, 8:30 am
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hi :)

so i'm currently in the process of creating deities for my MUD. while doing so, i noticed that there is a command to set a class in which the deity will accept.. this command being "setdeity <deity> class <class>"

my question is this. i have 2 classes that are very similar (Demon and Vampire). if i were to "setdeity Belial class Vampire", how could i make it so that the demon class is also apart of that vampire setting for the deity?

unfortionately, i am only able to set 1 class, which is extremely lame. what if i wanted to set the deity to accept a warrior, vampire and druid? :)

anyone know much about the setdeity command? maybe/hopefully i'm missing something! ;)

thanks!
-josh
       
Post is unread #2 Aug 20, 2006, 10:32 pm
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I suppose you could just set the class to -1 (which translates to the code as any class) and then use your deity description to imply that it only accepts those classes. *shrug*
       
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