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[Bug] Setclass will not set Charisma for second, deficient, or prime
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Bug: Setclass will not set Charisma for second, deficient, or prime
Danger: Low - Default data would be used instead
Found by: GatewaySysop
Fixed by: GatewaySysop

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act_wiz.c, do_setclass

Locate:
   if( !str_cmp( arg2, "second" ) )
   {
      int x = get_atype( argument );

      if( x < APPLY_STR || ( x > APPLY_CON && x != APPLY_LCK ) )
         send_to_char( "Invalid second attribute!\r\n", ch );
      else
      {
         Class->attr_second = x;
         send_to_char( "Second attribute set.\r\n", ch );
      }
      return;
   }

   if( !str_cmp( arg2, "deficient" ) )
   {
      int x = get_atype( argument );

      if( x < APPLY_STR || ( x > APPLY_CON && x != APPLY_LCK ) )
         send_to_char( "Invalid deficient attribute!\r\n", ch );
      else
      {
         Class->attr_deficient = x;
         send_to_char( "Deficient attribute set.\r\n", ch );
         write_class_file( cl );
      }
      return;
   }

   if( !str_cmp( arg2, "prime" ) )
   {
      int x = get_atype( argument );

      if( x < APPLY_STR || ( x > APPLY_CON && x != APPLY_LCK ) )
         send_to_char( "Invalid prime attribute!\r\n", ch );
      else
      {
         Class->attr_prime = x;
         send_to_char( "Prime attribute set.\r\n", ch );
         write_class_file( cl );
      }
      return;
   }


Change to:
   if( !str_cmp( arg2, "second" ) )
   {
      int x = get_atype( argument );

      if( x < APPLY_NONE || ( x > APPLY_CON && x != APPLY_LCK && x != APPLY_CHA ) )
         send_to_char( "Invalid second attribute!\r\n", ch );
      else
      {
         Class->attr_second = x;
         send_to_char( "Second attribute set.\r\n", ch );
         write_class_file( cl );
      }
      return;
   }

   if( !str_cmp( arg2, "deficient" ) )
   {
      int x = get_atype( argument );

      if( x < APPLY_NONE || ( x > APPLY_CON && x != APPLY_LCK && x != APPLY_CHA ) )
         send_to_char( "Invalid deficient attribute!\r\n", ch );
      else
      {
         Class->attr_deficient = x;
         send_to_char( "Deficient attribute set.\r\n", ch );
         write_class_file( cl );
      }
      return;
   }

   if( !str_cmp( arg2, "prime" ) )
   {
      int x = get_atype( argument );

      if( x < APPLY_NONE || ( x > APPLY_CON && x != APPLY_LCK && x != APPLY_CHA ) )
         send_to_char( "Invalid prime attribute!\r\n", ch );
      else
      {
         Class->attr_prime = x;
         send_to_char( "Prime attribute set.\r\n", ch );
         write_class_file( cl );
      }
      return;
   }


A check for the application of Charisma as a prime, second, or deficient attribute was never included and so it would never be changed by way of the setclass command. Whatever default value was set would be what it continued to use. It was also found that setting the second attribute would not by itself cause a class file to be written to disk.
       
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