Guardian Boost Stats

Isabelle is gonna boost Eric?!

Last Update: 2012.06.13

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Requirement: Basic Module – Guardian Pairing


Introduction:

This script provides a new feature for YSE – Guardian Pairing, which boost stats for an actor by Guardian’s attributes.

How to Use:

Place this script below Guardian Pairing.

18 comments on “Guardian Boost Stats

  1. i have problem,
    i had off ‘boost stats’, but when i pairing a actor with guardian
    actor stats still change, where in my case, DF actor decreased two point,
    and the nightmare is stats change permanently… when i un-pair, no change to actor DF

    [sorry for my bad english, thanx a lot]

      • He is right. Max HP are correctly changed, but not current HP. You do not notice this because you first have to heal the guy.
        How to reproduce the bug:
        1) pair a guardian; let’s say actor had 100 max HP now he has 600 max HP;
        2) heal the actor. Now he has 600/600 HP.
        3) unpair. Now the actor has 600/100 HP, which is a bug. You should basically do a check to see if current HP exceeds max HP, or simply healing the party, etc.

      • The best thing ever, though, should be changing the HP proportionally, in percentage, this way:
        start: actor 8/10 HP, Guardian boosts 30 HP
        you pair guardian and actor
        result: actor 32/40 HP
        you unpair the guardian
        result: actor 8/10 HP

  2. in Script: Guardian Boost Stats

    :stats => false,

    but actor stats still change when pair with guardian, and is permanently.
    when i un-pair, actor stats don’t back to original stats

    • The best thing ever, though, should be changing the HP proportionally, in percentage, this way:
      start: actor 8/10 HP, Guardian boosts 30 HP
      you pair guardian and actor
      result: actor 32/40 HP
      you unpair the guardian
      result: actor 8/10 HP

    • Did it myself.
      #————————————————————————–
      # new method: pair
      #————————————————————————–
      def pair(guardian)
      return if guardians.include?(guardian)
      rate = hp.to_f / mhp.to_f
      clear_guardians
      @guardians.push(guardian.id)
      guardian.pair_actor = self.id
      refresh
      @hp = (mhp * rate).round
      end

  3. Got a question dealing with this… I have though that there could be 2 types of guardians… Monsters that imbue elemental stats, abilities and traits and mentors that imbue physical stats, abilities, traits AND the ability to use other types of weapons to the player character.
    I do not know if that is possible with the guardian scripts, and how I could get it to work if it is possible to do that with this script series..

    Any help would be appreciated.

  4. er… ignore my last question I found out that I could get them to work… Sorry for the previous stupid question.
    I have one other question though. How would one link all stats except for hit points and magic points? (I do not want those to to increase when linking.)

  5. The arrow between the old stat and the new stat isn’t working right. It comes up with a square-shaped ascii character right in front of it. Anyone else having that problem?

  6. ^Same problem as above

    Also, any way to easily modify stats alteration screen with colors? Like, for example, to make stats which are buffed upon pairing to appear in green, while non-buffed ones to remain white?

    And, is it possible to DEBUFF certain stats upon pairing?

    • I had the same problem as above, i know to post is a bit old (6 months) but if someone is still looking for a solution, there’s one that worked for me :
      find these lines :
      #————————————————————————–
      # changed_param
      #————————————————————————–
      def changed_param(param_id)
      result = “”
      result += @actor.param(param_id).to_s
      return result if @temp_actor.nil?
      return result if @temp_actor.guardians == @actor.guardians
      result += “→” + @temp_actor.param(param_id).to_s
      return result
      end

      end # Window_GuardianPairStatus

      I just replaced what was between the 2 ” (I think it was a ‘) by an arrow and it worked out, don’t ask me why.
      I hope it will help some people, eventhough I posted6 months after …

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