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Plugin Commands are event commands that are used to call upon functions added by a plugin that aren't inherently a part of RPG Maker MZ.

Here is a list of Plugin Command(s) that you may use:

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Aggro Control System VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Actor Plugin Commands

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AggroControlSystem Aggro.png

AggroControlSystem Command1.png

Actor: Change Aggro
- Changes target actor's aggro value.

  Actor ID:
  - Select which Actor ID to affect.

  Change Aggro By:
  - Change aggro by this amount.
  - Use negative numbers to reduce aggro.

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AggroControlSystem Command2.png

Actor: Set Aggro
- Set target actor's aggro value.

  Actor ID:
  - Select which Actor ID to affect.

  Set Aggro To:
  - Sets target's aggro to this amount.
  - Aggro must be at least a value of 1.

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Enemy Plugin Commands

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AggroControlSystem Aggro.png

AggroControlSystem Command3.png

Enemy: Change Aggro
- Changes target enemy's aggro value.

  Enemy Index:
  - Select which Enemy Index to affect.

  Change Aggro By:
  - Change aggro by this amount.
  - Use negative numbers to reduce aggro.

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AggroControlSystem Command4.png

Enemy: Set Aggro
- Set target enemy's aggro value.

  Enemy Index:
  - Select which Enemy Index to affect.

  Set Aggro To:
  - Sets target's aggro to this amount.
  - Aggro must be at least a value of 1.

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Animated Map Destination VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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System Plugin Commands

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AniDest Command1.png

System: Alter Destination Type
- Alter the destination animation type.

  Sprite Type:
  - Change the sprite type to this.
  - None - No effect
  - Animation - Uses an animation from the database
  - Circle - Drawn circle effect
  - Image - Uses a custom image from img/system/
  - Square - Default box-like effect

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AniDest Animation.gif

AniDest Command2.png

System: Change Animation Settings
- Change settings used for a 'Animation' Sprite Type.

  Animation ID:
  - Select an animation to play.

  Mirror Animation?:
  - Mirror the animation played?

  Mute SFX?:
  - Mute any sound effects played by the animation?

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AniDest Circle.gif

AniDest Command3.png

System: Change Circle Settings
- Change settings used for a 'Circle' Sprite Type.

  Hex Color:
  - Use #rrggbb for a hex color.

  Blend Mode:
  - The blend mode used for the sprite.

  Opacity Multiplier:
  - Alter the opacity of the sprite as it animates.

  Scale Multiplier:
  - Increase the size of this sprite by a scale.
  - Use a value of 1.0 for 100% scale.

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AniDest Image.gif

AniDest Command4.png

System: Change Image Settings
- Change settings used for a 'Image' Sprite Type.

  Filename:
  - Select an image from img/system/ to use as the sprite's bitmap.

  Blend Mode:
  - The blend mode used for the sprite.

  Opacity Multiplier:
  - Alter the opacity of the sprite as it animates.

  Rotate Speed:
  - Rotation speed for the sprite.
  - Use 0 for no rotation.

  Scale Multiplier:
  - Increase the size of this sprite by a scale.
  - Use a value of 1.0 for 100% scale.

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AniDest Square.gif

AniDest Command5.png

System: Change Square Settings
- Change settings used for a 'Square' Sprite Type.

  Hex Color:
  - Use #rrggbb for a hex color.

  Blend Mode:
  - The blend mode used for the sprite.

  Opacity Multiplier:
  - Alter the opacity of the sprite as it animates.

  Rotate Speed:
  - Rotation speed for the sprite.
  - Use 0 for no rotation.

  Scale Multiplier:
  - Increase the size of this sprite by a scale.
  - Use a value of 1.0 for 100% scale.

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Animated Pictures VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Animated Picture Plugin Command

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AniPic Command1.png

Animated Picture: Change Properties
- Changes the properties used for the animated picture.

  Picture ID:
  - Select which Picture ID to affect.

  Loop?:
  - Animated pictures will loop back to beginning once it reaches the
    last frame.

  Wait Frames:
  - Number of frames to wait before moving to next picture cell.

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Attached Pictures VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Message Plugin Commands

AttachedPictures Msg.gif

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Message: Attach Picture(s)
- Select which Picture ID's to attach to the Message Window.

  Picture ID(s):
  - Select which Picture ID's to attach to the Message Window.

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Message: Remove Picture(s)
- Select which Picture ID's to remove from the Message Window.

  Picture ID(s):
  - Select which Picture ID's to remove from the Message Window.

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Picture Plugin Commands

AttachedPictures Pic.gif

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Picture: Attach Picture(s)
- Select which Picture ID's to attach to another picture.

  Picture ID(s):
  - Select which Picture ID's to attach to another picture.

  Target Picture ID:
  - Select which Picture ID to attach the above picture(s) to.

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Picture: Remove Picture(s)
- Select which Picture ID's to remove from any other pictures.

  Picture ID(s):
  - Select which Picture ID's to remove from any other pictures.

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Battle Core VisuStella MZ

BattleCoreActSeq.png

Skills and items, when used in battle, have a pre-determined series of actions to display to the player as a means of representing what's going on with the action. For some game devs, this may not be enough and they would like to get more involved with the actions themselves.

Action Sequences, added through this plugin, enable this. To give a skill or item a Custom Action Sequence, a couple of steps must be followed:

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BattleCorePentaSlash.gif

1. Insert the <Custom Action Sequence> notetag into the skill or item's notebox (or else this would not work as intended). 2. Give that skill/item a Common Event through the Effects box. The selected Common Event will contain all the Action Sequence data. 3. Create the Common Event with Action Sequence Plugin Commands and/or event commands to make the skill/item do what you want it to do.

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The Plugin Commands added through the Battle Core plugin focus entirely on Action Sequences. However, despite the fact that they're made for skills and items, some of these Action Sequence Plugin Commands can still be used for regular Troop events and Common Events.

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Action Sequence - Action Sets

BattleCoreActSeqSet.gif

Action Sequence Action Sets are groups of commonly used Action Sequence Commands put together for more efficient usage.

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ACSET: Setup Action Set
- The generic start to most actions.

  Display Action:
  Immortal: On:
  Battle Step:
  Wait For Movement:
  Cast Animation:
  Wait For Animation:
  - Use this part of the action sequence?

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ACSET: All Targets Action Set
- Affects all targets simultaneously performing the following.

  Dual/Multi Wield?
  - Add times struck based on weapon quantity equipped?

  Perform Action:
  Wait Count:
  Action Animation:
  Wait For Animation:
  Action Effect:
  Immortal: Off:
  - Use this part of the action sequence?
  - Insert values for the Wait Count(s).

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ACSET: Each Target Action Set
- Goes through each target one by one to perform the following.

  Dual/Multi Wield?
  - Add times struck based on weapon quantity equipped?

  Perform Action:
  Wait Count:
  Action Animation:
  Wait Count:
  Action Effect:
  Immortal: Off:
  - Use this part of the action sequence?
  - Insert values for the Wait Count(s).

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ACSET: Finish Action
- The generic ending to most actions.

  Immortal: Off:
  Wait For New Line:
  Wait For Effects:
  Clear Battle Log:
  Home Reset:
  Wait For Movement:
  - Use this part of the action sequence?

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Action Sequences - Angle (Camera)

VisuMZ ActSeqCamera Angle.gif

These action sequences allow you to have control over the camera angle. Requires VisuMZ_3_ActSeqCamera!

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ANGLE: Change Angle
- Changes the camera angle.
- Requires VisuMZ_3_ActSeqCamera!

  Angle:
  - Change the camera angle to this many degrees.

  Duration:
  - Duration in frames to change camera angle.

  Angle Easing:
  - Select which easing type you wish to apply.
  - Requires VisuMZ_0_CoreEngine.

  Wait For Angle?:
  - Wait for angle changes to complete before performing next command?

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ANGLE: Reset Angle
- Reset any angle settings.
- Requires VisuMZ_3_ActSeqCamera!

  Duration:
  - Duration in frames to reset camera angle.

  Angle Easing:
  - Select which easing type you wish to apply.
  - Requires VisuMZ_0_CoreEngine.

  Wait For Angle?:
  - Wait for angle changes to complete before performing next command?

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ANGLE: Wait For Angle
- Waits for angle changes to complete before performing next command.
- Requires VisuMZ_3_ActSeqCamera!

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Action Sequences - Animations

BattleCoreCastAni.gif

These Action Sequences are related to the 'Animations' that can be found in the Animations tab of the Database.

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ANIM: Action Animation
- Plays the animation associated with the action.

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to play the animation on.

  Mirror Animation:
  - Mirror the animation?

  Wait For Animation?:
  - Wait for animation to complete before performing next command?

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ANIM: Attack Animation
- Plays the animation associated with the user's weapon.

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to play the animation on.

  Mirror Animation:
  - Mirror the animation?

  Wait For Animation?:
  - Wait for animation to complete before performing next command?

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ANIM: Attack Animation 2+
- Plays the animation associated with the user's other weapons.
- Plays nothing if there is no other weapon equipped.

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to play the animation on.

  Slot:
  - Which weapon slot to get this data from?
  - Main-hand weapon is weapon slot 1.

  Mirror Animation:
  - Mirror the animation?

  Wait For Animation?:
  - Wait for animation to complete before performing next command?

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ANIM: Cast Animation
- Plays the cast animation associated with the action.

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to play the animation on.

  Mirror Animation:
  - Mirror the animation?

  Wait For Animation?:
  - Wait for animation to complete before performing next command?

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ANIM: Change Battle Portrait
- Changes the battle portrait of the actor (if it's an actor).
- Can be used outside of battle/action sequences.

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to play the animation on.
  - Valid units can only be actors.

  Filename:
  - Select the file to change the actor's portrait to.

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CoreEngine PointAni.gif

ANIM: Play at Coordinate
- Plays an animation on the screen at a specific x, y coordinate.
- Requires VisuMZ_0_CoreEngine!

  Animation ID:
  - Plays this animation.

  Coordinates:

    X:
    Y:
    - X/Y coordinate used for the animation.
      You may use JavaScript code.

  Mirror Animation?:
  - Mirror the animation?

  Mute Animation?:
  - Mute the animation?

  Wait for Completion?:
  - Wait the animation to finish before continuing?

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ANIM: Show Animation
- Plays the a specific animation on unit(s).

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to play the animation on.

  Animation ID:
  - Select which animation to play on unit(s).

  Mirror Animation:
  - Mirror the animation?

  Wait For Animation?:
  - Wait for animation to complete before performing next command?

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ANIM: Wait For Animation
- Causes the interpreter to wait for any animation(s) to finish.

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Action Sequences - Battle Log

BattleCoreBattleLog.png

These Action Sequences are related to the Battle Log Window, the window found at the top of the battle screen.

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BTLOG: Add Text
- Adds a new line of text into the Battle Log.

  Text:
  - Add this text into the Battle Log.
  - Text codes allowed.

  Copy to Combat Log?:
  - Copies text to the Combat Log.
  - Requires VisuMZ_4_CombatLog

    Combat Log Icon:
    - What icon would you like to bind to this entry?
    - Requires VisuMZ_4_CombatLog

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BTLOG: Clear Battle Log
- Clears all the text in the Battle Log.

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BTLOG: Display Action
- plays the current action in the Battle Log.

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BTLOG: Pop Base Line
- Removes the Battle Log's last added base line and  all text up to its
  former location.

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BTLOG: Push Base Line
- Adds a new base line to where the Battle Log currently is at.

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BTLOG: Refresh Battle Log
- Refreshes the Battle Log.

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BTLOG: UI Show/Hide
- Shows or hides the Battle UI (including the Battle Log).

  Show/Hide?:
  - Shows/hides the Battle UI.

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BTLOG: Wait For Battle Log
- Causes the interpreter to wait for the Battle Log to finish.

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BTLOG: Wait For New Line
- Causes the interpreter to wait for a new line in the Battle Log.

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Action Sequences - Camera

VisuMZ ActSeqCamera Pan.gif

These Action Sequences are battle camera-related. Requires VisuMZ_3_ActSeqCamera!

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CAMERA: Clamp ON/OFF
- Turns battle camera clamping on/off.
- Requires VisuMZ_3_ActSeqCamera!

  Setting:
  - Turns camera clamping on/off.

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CAMERA: Focus Point
- Focus the battle camera on a certain point in the screen.
- Requires VisuMZ_3_ActSeqCamera!

  X Coordinate:
  - Insert the point to focus the camera on.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Y Coordinate:
  - Insert the point to focus the camera on.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Duration:
  - Duration in frames for camera focus change.

  Camera Easing:
  - Select which easing type you wish to apply.
  - Requires VisuMZ_0_CoreEngine.

  Wait For Camera?
  - Wait for camera changes to complete before performing next command?

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CAMERA: Focus Target(s)
- Focus the battle camera on certain battler target(s).
- Requires VisuMZ_3_ActSeqCamera!

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to focus the battle camera on.

  Duration:
  - Duration in frames for camera focus change.

  Camera Easing:
  - Select which easing type you wish to apply.
  - Requires VisuMZ_0_CoreEngine.

  Wait For Camera?
  - Wait for camera changes to complete before performing next command?

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CAMERA: Offset
- Offset the battle camera from the focus target.
- Requires VisuMZ_3_ActSeqCamera!

  Offset X:
  - How much to offset the camera X by.
  - Negative: left. Positive: right.

  Offset Y:
  - How much to offset the camera Y by.
  - Negative: up. Positive: down.

  Duration:
  - Duration in frames for offset change.

  Camera Easing:
  - Select which easing type you wish to apply.
  - Requires VisuMZ_0_CoreEngine.

  Wait For Camera?
  - Wait for camera changes to complete before performing next command?

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CAMERA: Reset
- Reset the battle camera settings.
- Requires VisuMZ_3_ActSeqCamera!

  Reset Focus?:
  - Reset the focus point?

  Reset Offset?:
  - Reset the camera offset?

  Duration:
  - Duration in frames for reset change.

  Camera Easing:
  - Select which easing type you wish to apply.
  - Requires VisuMZ_0_CoreEngine.

  Wait For Camera?
  - Wait for camera changes to complete before performing next command?

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CAMERA: Wait For Camera
- Waits for camera changes to complete before performing next command.
- Requires VisuMZ_3_ActSeqCamera!

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Action Sequences - Dragonbones

DragonbonesBattler.gif

These Action Sequences are Dragonbones-related. Requires VisuMZ_2_DragonbonesUnion!

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DB: Dragonbones Animation
- Causes the unit(s) to play a Dragonbones motion animation.
- Requires VisuMZ_2_DragonbonesUnion!

  Targets:
  - Select which unit(s) to perform a motion animation.

  Motion Animation:
  - What is the name of the Dragonbones motion animation you wish to play?

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DB: Dragonbones Time Scale
- Causes the unit(s) to change their Dragonbones time scale.
- Requires VisuMZ_2_DragonbonesUnion!

  Targets:
  - Select which unit(s) to perform a motion animation.

  Time Scale:
  - Change the value of the Dragonbones time scale to this.

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Action Sequences - Elements

Elements.png

These Action Sequences can change up the element(s) used for the action's damage calculation midway through an action.

They also require the VisuMZ_1_ElementStatusCore plugin to be present in order for them to work.

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ELE: Add Elements
- Adds element(s) to be used when calculating damage.
- Requires VisuMZ_1_ElementStatusCore!

  Elements:
  - Select which element ID to add onto the action.
  - Insert multiple element ID's to add multiple at once.

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ELE: Clear Element Changes
- Clears all element changes made through Action Sequences.
- Requires VisuMZ_1_ElementStatusCore!

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ELE: Force Elements
- Forces only specific element(s) when calculating damage.
- Requires VisuMZ_1_ElementStatusCore!

  Elements:
  - Select which element ID to force in the action.
  - Insert multiple element ID's to force multiple at once.

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ELE: Null Element
- Forces no element to be used when calculating damage.
- Requires VisuMZ_1_ElementStatusCore!

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Action Sequences - Horror Effects

HorrorEffects Battle.gif

HorrorEffects BattleParty.gif

HorrorEffects BattleEnemy.gif

These Action Sequences are Horror Effects-related.

Requires VisuMZ_2_HorrorEffects!

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HORROR: Clear All Filters
- Clear all Horror Effects filters on the target battler(s).

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to remove Horror Effects for.

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HORROR: Glitch Create
- Creates the glitch effect on the target battler(s).

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to create the Horror Effect for.

  Glitch Slices:
  - Glitch slices to be used with the target.

  Glitch Offset:
  - Default offset value.

  Glitch Animated?:
  - Animate the glitch effect?

  Glitch Frequency:
  - If animated, how frequent to make the glitch effect?
  - Lower = often     Higher = rarer

  Glitch Strength:
  - If animated, how strong is the glitch effect?
  - Lower = weaker     Higher = stronger

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HORROR: Glitch Remove
- Removes the glitch effect on the target battler(s).

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to remove the Horror Effect for.

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HORROR: Noise Create
- Creates the noise effect on the target battler(s).

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to create the Horror Effect for.

  Noise Rate:
  - Noise rate to be used with the target.

  Noise Animated:
  - Animate the noise for the target?

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HORROR: Noise Remove
- Removes the noise effect on the target battler(s).

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to remove the Horror Effect for.

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HORROR: TV Create
- Creates the TV effect on the target battler(s).

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to create the Horror Effect for.

  TV Line Thickness:
  - Default TV line thickness
  - Lower = thinner     Higher = thicker

  TV Corner Size:
  - Default TV line corner size
  - Lower = smaller     Higher = bigger

  TV Animated:
  - Animate the TV?

  TV Speed:
  - Speed used to animate the TV if animated
  - Lower = slower     Higher = faster

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HORROR: TV Remove
- Removes the TV effect on the target battler(s).

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to remove the Horror Effect for.

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Action Sequences - Impact

These Action Sequences are related to creating impact.

Requires VisuMZ_3_ActSeqImpact!

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ActionSequenceImpact Bizarro.png

IMPACT: Bizarro Inversion
- Swaps blue/red colors on the battlefield.
- Requires VisuMZ_3_ActSeqImpact!

  Bizarro?:
  - Enable Bizarro Inversion effect?

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ActSeqImpact ColorBreak.gif

IMPACT: Color Break
- Breaks the colors on the screen before reassembling.
- Requires VisuMZ_3_ActSeqImpact!

  Intensity:
  - What is the intensity of the color break effect?

  Duration:
  - What is the duration of the color break effect?

  Easing Type:
  - Select which easing type you wish to apply.

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ActionSequenceImpact Desat.png

IMPACT: Desaturation
- Desaturates all colors on the battlefield.
- Requires VisuMZ_3_ActSeqImpact!
- Created by Manu Gaming!

  Desaturate?:
  - Enable Desaturation effect?

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ActSeqImpact MotionBlur.gif

IMPACT: Motion Blur Screen
- Creates a motion blur on the whole screen.
- Requires VisuMZ_3_ActSeqImpact!

  Angle:
  - Determine what angle to make the motion blur at.

  Intensity Rate:
  - This determines intensity rate of the motion blur.
  - Use a number between 0 and 1.

  Duration:
  - How many frames should the motion blur last?
  - What do you want to be its duration?

  Easing Type:
  - Select which easing type you wish to apply.

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IMPACT: Motion Blur Target(s)
- Creates a motion blur on selected target(s).
- Requires VisuMZ_3_ActSeqImpact!

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to create motion blur effects for.

  Angle:
  - Determine what angle to make the motion blur at.

  Intensity Rate:
  - This determines intensity rate of the motion blur.
  - Use a number between 0 and 1.

  Duration:
  - How many frames should the motion blur last?
  - What do you want to be its duration?

  Easing Type:
  - Select which easing type you wish to apply.

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ActSeqImpact MotionTrail.gif

IMPACT: Motion Trail Create
- Creates a motion trail effect for the target(s).
- Requires VisuMZ_3_ActSeqImpact!

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to create motion trail effects for.

  Delay:
  - How many frames to delay by when creating a motion trail?
  - The higher the delay, the less motion trails there are.

  Duration:
  - How many frames should the motion trail last?
  - What do you want to be its duration?

  Hue:
  - What do you want to be the hue for the motion trail?

  Starting Opacity:
  - What starting opacity value do you want for the motion trail?
  - Opacity values decrease over time.

  Tone:
  - What tone do you want for the motion trail?
  - Format: [Red, Green, Blue, Gray]

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IMPACT: Motion Trail Remove
- Removes the motion trail effect from the target(s).
- Requires VisuMZ_3_ActSeqImpact!

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to clear motion trail effects for.

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ActionSequenceImpact Negative.png

IMPACT: Negative Inversion
- Inverts all the colors on the battlefield.
- Requires VisuMZ_3_ActSeqImpact!
- Created by Manu Gaming!

  Negative?:
  - Enable Negative Inversion effect?

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ActionSequenceImpact Oversat.png

IMPACT: Oversaturation
- Oversaturates colors on the battlefield.
- Requires VisuMZ_3_ActSeqImpact!

  Oversaturate?:
  - Enable Oversaturation effect?

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ActSeqImpact Shockwave.gif

IMPACT: Shockwave at Point
- Creates a shockwave at the designated coordinates.
- Requires VisuMZ_3_ActSeqImpact!

  Point: X:
  Point: Y:
  - What x/y coordinate do you want to create a shockwave at?
  - You can use JavaScript code.

  Amplitude:
  - What is the aplitude of the shockwave effect?

  Wavelength:
  - What is the wavelength of the shockwave effect?

  Duration:
  - What is the duration of the shockwave?

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IMPACT: Shockwave from Each Target(s)
- Creates a shockwave at each of the target(s) location(s).
- Requires VisuMZ_3_ActSeqImpact!

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to start a shockwave from.

  Target Location:
  - Select which part target group to start a shockwave from.

    Offset X:
    Offset Y:
    - How much to offset the shockwave X/Y point by.

  Amplitude:
  - What is the aplitude of the shockwave effect?

  Wavelength:
  - What is the wavelength of the shockwave effect?

  Duration:
  - What is the duration of the shockwave?

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IMPACT: Shockwave from Target(s) Center
- Creates a shockwave from the center of the target(s).
- Requires VisuMZ_3_ActSeqImpact!

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to start a shockwave from.

  Target Location:
  - Select which part target group to start a shockwave from.

    Offset X:
    Offset Y:
    - How much to offset the shockwave X/Y point by.

  Amplitude:
  - What is the aplitude of the shockwave effect?

  Wavelength:
  - What is the wavelength of the shockwave effect?

  Duration:
  - What is the duration of the shockwave?

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ActionSequenceImpact TimeSlow.gif

ActionSequenceImpact TimeFast.gif

IMPACT: Time Scale
- Adjust time to go faster or slower!
- Requires VisuMZ_3_ActSeqImpact!
- Created by Manu Gaming!

  Scale:
  - Adjusts how fast/slow time goes.
  - 1.00 is normal. Lower is slower. Higher is faster.

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ActionSequenceImpact TimeStop.gif

IMPACT: Time Stop
- Stops time for a set amount of milliseconds.
- Requires VisuMZ_3_ActSeqImpact!
- Created by Manu Gaming!

  Milliseconds:
  - How many milliseconds should time stop for?
  - 1000 milliseconds = 1 second.

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ActSeqImpact ZoomBlur.gif

IMPACT: Zoom Blur at Point
- Creates a zoom blur at the designated coordinates.
- Requires VisuMZ_3_ActSeqImpact!

  Point: X:
  Point: Y:
  - What x/y coordinate do you want to focus the zoom at?
  - You can use JavaScript code.

  Zoom Strength:
  - What is the strength of the zoom effect?
  - Use a number between 0 and 1.

  Visible Radius:
  - How much of a radius should be visible from the center?

  Duration:
  - What is the duration of the zoom blur?

  Easing Type:
  - Select which easing type you wish to apply.

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IMPACT: Zoom Blur at Target(s) Center
- Creates a zoom blur at the center of targets.
- Requires VisuMZ_3_ActSeqImpact!

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to start a zoom blur from.

  Target Location:
  - Select which part target group to start a zoom blur from.

    Offset X:
    Offset Y:
    - How much to offset the zoom blur X/Y point by.

  Zoom Strength:
  - What is the strength of the zoom effect?
  - Use a number between 0 and 1.

  Visible Radius:
  - How much of a radius should be visible from the center?

  Duration:
  - What is the duration of the zoom blur?

  Easing Type:
  - Select which easing type you wish to apply.

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Action Sequences - Inject

These Action Sequences are related to injecting sprite animations. Requires VisuMZ_3_ActSeqImpact!

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INJECT: Animation Begin
- Injects and plays a whole spritesheet animation.
- The spritesheet animation will play over the battler until it is finished.
- The battler's original sprite will be invisible until finished.
- Requires VisuMZ_3_ActSeqImpact!

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to inject the animation on.

  Filename:
  - Select the animation spritesheet file.
  - Located in the /img/sv_actors/ folder.

    Horizontal Cells:
    - How many horizontal cells (or columns) are there?

    Vertical Cells:
    - How many vertical cells (or rows) are there?

    Frame Delay:
    - How many frames are played inbetween cells?

    Smooth Bitmap?:
    - Smooth the spritesheet graphic?

  Offset:

    Offset X:
    - Offsets the X position of the injected animation.
    - Negative: left. Positive: right.

    Offset Y:
    - Offsets the Y position of the injected animation.
    - Negative: up. Positive: down.

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INJECT: Animation End
- Stops and ends any injected animations on target(s).
- Any inject animation will be prematurely terminated.
- Requires VisuMZ_3_ActSeqImpact!

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to stop injected animation(s).

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INJECT: Animation Pause/Resume
- Pauses/resumes any injected animations on target(s).
- Requires VisuMZ_3_ActSeqImpact!

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to pause/resume injected animation(s).

  Pause?:
  - Pause the injected animation?

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INJECT: Wait For Injected Animation
- Waits for injected animations to complete before performing next command.
- Requires VisuMZ_3_ActSeqImpact!

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Action Sequences - Mechanics

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These Action Sequences are related to various mechanics related to the battle system.

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MECH: Action Effect
- Causes the unit(s) to take damage/healing from action and incurs any
  changes made such as buffs and states.

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to receive the current action's effects.

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MECH: Add Buff/Debuff
- Adds buff(s)/debuff(s) to unit(s).
- Determine which parameters are affected and their durations.

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to receive the buff(s) and/or debuff(s).

  Buff Parameters:
  - Select which parameter(s) to buff.
  - Insert a parameter multiple times to raise its stacks.

  Debuff Parameters:
  - Select which parameter(s) to debuff.
  - Insert a parameter multiple times to raise its stacks.

  Turns:
  - Number of turns to set the parameter(s) buffs to.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

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MECH: Add State
- Adds state(s) to unit(s).

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to receive the buff(s).

  States:
  - Select which state ID(s) to add to unit(s).
  - Insert multiple state ID's to add multiple at once.

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MECH: Analyze Weakness
- Reveal elemental weakness(es) from target(s).
- Requires VisuMZ_3_WeaknessDisplay!

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to reveal elemental weaknesses for.

  Reveal:
  - How many elemental weaknesses do you wish to reveal?
  - You may use JavaScript code.

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MECH: Armor Penetration
- Adds an extra layer of defensive penetration/reduction.
- You may use JavaScript code for any of these.

  Armor/Magic Penetration:

    Rate:
    - Penetrates an extra multiplier of armor by this value.

    Flat:
    - Penetrates a flat amount of armor by this value.

  Armor/Magic Reduction:

    Rate:
    - Reduces an extra multiplier of armor by this value.

    Flat:
    - Reduces a flat amount of armor by this value.

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MECH: ATB Gauge
- Alters the ATB/TPB Gauges.
- Requires VisuMZ_2_BattleSystemATB!

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to alter the ATB/TPB Gauges for.

  Charging:

    Charge Rate:
    - Changes made to the ATB Gauge if it is currently charging.

  Casting:

    Cast Rate:
    - Changes made to the ATB Gauge if it is currently casting.

    Interrupt?:
    - Interrupt the ATB Gauge if it is currently casting?

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MECH: Boost Points Change
- Changes Boost Points for target(s).
- Requires VisuMZ_3_BoostAction!

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to alter the Boost Points for.

  Alter Boost Points By:
  - Alters the unit(s) Boost Points.
  - Positive for gaining points. Negative for losing points.

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MECH: Boost Store Data
- Stores the number of Boosts used this action inside a variable.
- Requires VisuMZ_3_BoostAction!

  Variable ID:
  - Which variable do you want to store the data inside?

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MECH: Break Shield Change
- Changes Break Shields for target(s) if not Break Stunned.
- Requires VisuMZ_4_BreakShields!

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to alter the Break Shields for.

  Alter Break Shields By:
  - Alters the unit(s) Break Shields.
  - Positive for gaining shields. Negative for losing shields.

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MECH: Break Shield Reset
- Resets Break Shields for target(s) if not Break Stunned.
- Requires VisuMZ_4_BreakShields!

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to reset the Break Shields for.

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MECH: BTB Brave Points
- Alters the target(s) Brave Points to an exact value.
- Requires VisuMZ_2_BattleSystemBTB!

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to alter the ATB/TPB Gauges for.

  Alter Brave Points By:
  - Alters the target(s) Brave Points.
  - Positive for gaining BP.
  - Negative for losing BP.

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MECH: Collapse
- Causes the unit(s) to perform its collapse animation if the unit(s)
  has died.

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to process a death collapse.

  Force Death:
  - Force death even if the unit has not reached 0 HP?
  - This will remove immortality.

  Wait For Effect?:
  - Wait for the collapse effect to complete before performing next command?

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MECH: CTB Order
- Alters the CTB Turn Order.
- Requires VisuMZ_2_BattleSystemCTB!

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to alter the CTB Turn Order for.

  Change Order By:
  - Changes turn order for target(s) by this amount.
  - Positive increases wait. Negative decreases wait.

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MECH: CTB Speed
- Alters the CTB Speed.
- Requires VisuMZ_2_BattleSystemCTB!

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to alter the CTB Speed for.

  Charge Rate:
  - Changes made to the CTB Speed if it is currently charging.

  Cast Rate:
  - Changes made to the CTB Speed if it is currently casting.

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MECH: Custom Damage Formula
- Changes the current action's damage formula to custom.
- This will assume the MANUAL damage style.

  Formula:
  - Changes the current action's damage formula to custom.
  - Use 'default' to revert the damage formula.

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MECH: Damage Popup
- Causes the unit(s) to display the current state of damage received
  or healed.

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to prompt a damage popup.

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MECH: Enemy Escape
- Causes the enemy unit(s) to escape.

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to escape.

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MECH: Dead Label Jump
- If the active battler is dead, jump to a specific label in the
  common event.

  Jump To Label:
  - If the active battler is dead, jump to this specific label in the
    common event.

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MECH: ETB Energy Count
- Alters the subject team's available Energy Count.
- Requires VisuMZ_2_BattleSystemETB!

  Energy Count:
  - Alters the subject team's available Energy Count.
  - Positive for gaining energy. Negative for losing energy.

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MECH: FTB Action Count
- Alters the subject team's available Action Count.
- Requires VisuMZ_2_BattleSystemFTB!

  Action Count:
  - Alters the subject team's available Action Count.
  - Positive for gaining actions. Negative for losing actions.

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MECH: HP, MP, TP
- Alters the HP, MP, and TP values for unit(s).
- Positive values for healing. Negative values for damage.

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to receive the current action's effects.

  HP, MP, TP:

    Rate:
    - Changes made to the parameter based on rate.
    - Positive values for healing. Negative values for damage.

    Flat:
    - Flat changes made to the parameter.
    - Positive values for healing. Negative values for damage.

  Damage Popup?:
  - Display a damage popup after?

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MECH: Immortal
- Changes the immortal flag of targets. If immortal flag is removed and a
  unit would die, collapse that unit.

  Targets:
  - Alter the immortal flag of these groups. If immortal flag is removed and
    a unit would die, collapse that unit.

  Immortal:
  - Turn immortal flag for unit(s) on/off?

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MECH: Multipliers
- Changes the multipliers for the current action.
- You may use JavaScript code for any of these.

  Critical Hit%:

    Rate:
    - Affects chance to land a critical hit by this multiplier.

    Flat:
    - Affects chance to land a critical hit by this flat bonus.

  Critical Damage

    Rate:
    - Affects critical damage by this multiplier.

    Flat:
    - Affects critical damage by this flat bonus.

  Damage/Healing

    Rate:
    - Sets the damage/healing multiplier for current action.

    Flat:
    - Sets the damage/healing bonus for current action.

  Hit Rate

    Rate:
    - Affects chance to connect attack by this multiplier.

    Flat:
    - Affects chance to connect attack by this flat bonus.

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MECH: Once Parallel
- Plays a Common Event parallel to the battle event once without repeating
  itself when done.

  Common Event ID:
  - The ID of the parallel Common Event to play.
  - Does NOT repeat itself when finished.
  - When exiting battle scene, all Once Parallels are cleared.
  - Once Parallels are not retained upon reentering the scene.
  - Once Parallels are not stored in memory and cannot be saved.

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MECH: OTB Order
- Alters the OTB Turn Order. Best used with single targets.
- Requires VisuMZ_2_BattleSystemOTB!

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to alter the OTB Turn Order for.

  Current Turn By:
  - Changes turn order for target(s) by this amount.
  - Positive increases wait. Negative decreases wait.

  Next Turn By:
  - Changes turn order for target(s) by this amount.
  - Positive increases wait. Negative decreases wait.

  Follow Turn By:
  - Changes turn order for target(s) by this amount.
  - Positive increases wait. Negative decreases wait.

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MECH: PTB Alter Cost
- Alters the action's cost settings.
- Requires VisuMZ_2_BattleSystemPTB!

  Override?:
  - Overrides any 'permanent' settings for Changeability?

  Alter Changeability:
  - Allow the cost type and value to be changeable?

  Alter Cost Type:
  - Change the cost type to this scenario.
  - Use 'Unchanged' for no changes.

  Alter Cost Value:
  - What is the default action cost for this scenario?

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MECH: PTB Conversion
- Converts full actions into half actions.
- Requires VisuMZ_2_BattleSystemPTB!

  Conversion Count:
  - Converts full actions into half actions.
  - If not enough, consume half actions.

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MECH: PTB Full/Half Action(s)
- Alters the subject team's available Full/Half Actions.
- Requires VisuMZ_2_BattleSystemPTB!

  Full Actions:
  - Alters the subject team's available Full Actions.
  - Positive for gaining. Negative for losing.

  Half Actions:
  - Alters the subject team's available Half Actions.
  - Positive for gaining. Negative for losing.

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MECH: Remove Buff/Debuff
- Removes buff(s)/debuff(s) from unit(s).
- Determine which parameters are removed.

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to have the buff(s) and/or debuff(s) removed.

  Buff Parameters:
  - Select which buffed parameter(s) to remove.

  Debuff Parameters:
  - Select which debuffed parameter(s) to remove.

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MECH: Remove State
- Remove state(s) from unit(s).

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to have states removed from.

  States:
  - Select which state ID(s) to remove from unit(s).
  - Insert multiple state ID's to remove multiple at once.

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MECH: STB Exploit Effect
- Utilize the STB Exploitation mechanics!
- Requires VisuMZ_2_BattleSystemSTB!

  Target(s) Exploited?:
  - Exploit the below targets?

    Targets:
    - Select unit(s) to become exploited.

    Force Exploitation:
    - Force the exploited status?

  User Exploiter?:
  - Allow the user to become the exploiter?

    Force Exploitation:
    - Force the exploiter status?

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MECH: STB Extra Action
- Adds an extra action for the currently active battler.
- Requires VisuMZ_2_BattleSystemSTB!

  Extra Actions:
  - How many extra actions should the active battler gain?
  - You may use JavaScript code.

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MECH: STB Remove Excess Actions
- Removes excess actions from the active battler.
- Requires VisuMZ_2_BattleSystemSTB!

  Remove Actions:
  - How many actions to remove from the active battler?
  - You may use JavaScript code.

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MECH: Swap Weapon
- Causes the unit(s) to swap their weapon for another.
- Requires VisuMZ_2_WeaponSwapSystem!

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to swap weapons for.

  Weapon Type ID:
  - Which weapon type to swap to?
  - This is NOT the weapon's ID.
  - It's the weapon TYPE.

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MECH: Text Popup
- Causes the unit(s) to display a text popup.

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to prompt a text popup.

  Text:
  - What text do you wish to display?

  Text Color:
  - Use #rrggbb for custom colors or regular numbers for text colors from
    the Window Skin.

  Flash Color:
  - Adjust the popup's flash color.
  - Format: [red, green, blue, alpha]

  Flash Duration:
  - What is the frame duration of the flash effect?

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MECH: Variable Popup
- Causes the unit(s) to display a popup using the data stored inside
  a variable.

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to prompt a text popup.

  Variable:
  - Get data from which variable to display as a popup?

  Digit Grouping:
  - Use digit grouping to separate numbers?
  - Requires VisuMZ_0_CoreEngine!

  Text Color:
  - Use #rrggbb for custom colors or regular numbers for text colors from
    the Window Skin.

  Flash Color:
  - Adjust the popup's flash color.
  - Format: [red, green, blue, alpha]

  Flash Duration:
  - What is the frame duration of the flash effect?

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MECH: Wait For Effect
- Waits for the effects to complete before performing next command.

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Action Sequences - Motion

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These Action Sequences allow you the ability to control the motions of sideview sprites.

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MOTION: Clear Freeze Frame
- Clears any freeze frames from the unit(s).

  Targets:
  - Select which unit(s) to clear freeze frames for.

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MOTION: Freeze Motion Frame
- Forces a freeze frame instantly at the selected motion.
- Automatically clears with a new motion.

  Targets:
  - Select which unit(s) to freeze motions for.

  Motion Type:
  - Freeze this motion for the unit(s).

  Frame Index:
  - Which frame do you want to freeze the motion on?
  - Frame index values start at 0.

  Show Weapon?:
  - If using 'attack', 'thrust', 'swing', or 'missile', display the
    weapon sprite?

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MOTION: Motion Type
- Causes the unit(s) to play the selected motion.

  Targets:
  - Select which unit(s) to perform a motion.

  Motion Type:
  - Play this motion for the unit(s).

  Show Weapon?:
  - If using 'attack', 'thrust', 'swing', or 'missile', display the
    weapon sprite?

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MOTION: Perform Action
- Causes the unit(s) to play the proper motion based on the current action.

  Targets:
  - Select which unit(s) to perform a motion.

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MOTION: Refresh Motion
- Cancels any set motions unit(s) has to do and use their most natural
  motion at the moment.

  Targets:
  - Select which unit(s) to refresh their motion state.

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MOTION: Wait By Motion Frame
- Creates a wait equal to the number of motion frames passing.
- Time is based on Plugin Parameters => Actors => Motion Speed.

  Motion Frames to Wait?:
  - Each "frame" is equal to the value found in
    Plugin Parameters => Actors => Motion Speed

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Action Sequences - Movement

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These Action Sequences allow you the ability to control the sprites of actors and enemies in battle.

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MOVE: Battle Step
- Causes the unit(s) to move forward past their home position to prepare
  for action.

  Targets:
  - Select which unit(s) to move.

  Wait For Movement?:
  - Wait for movement to complete before performing next command?

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MOVE: Change Home By Distance
- Change unit(s)'s home position by a distance from their current home
  position(s).
- Sideview-only!

  Targets:
  - Select which unit(s) to change home position(s) for.

  Distance Adjustment:
  - Makes adjustments to distance values to determine which direction to
    change by.
    - Normal - No adjustments made
    - Horizontal - Actors adjust left, Enemies adjust right
    - Vertical - Actors adjust Up, Enemies adjust down
    - Both - Applies both Horizontal and Vertical

    Distance: X:
    - Horizontal distance to move.
    - You may use JavaScript code.

    Distance: Y:
    - Vertical distance to move.
    - You may use JavaScript code.

  Duration:
  - Duration in frames for total change amount.

  Face Destination?:
  - Turn and face the destination?

  Movement Easing:
  - Select which easing type you wish to apply.
  - Requires VisuMZ_0_CoreEngine.

  Movement Motion:
  - Play this motion for the unit(s).

  Wait For Movement?:
  - Wait for movement to complete before performing next command?

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MOVE: Change Home To Point
- Change home position(s) to a target point on the screen.
- Sideview-only! Points based off Graphics.boxWidth/Height.

  Targets:
  - Select which unit(s) to change home position(s) for.

  Destination Point:
  - Select which point to face.
    - Center
    - Point X, Y
      - Replace 'x' and 'y' with coordinates

  Offset Adjustment:
  - Makes adjustments to offset values to determine which direction to
    adjust the destination by.

    Offset: X:
    - Horizontal offset to move.
    - You may use JavaScript code.

    Offset: Y:
    - Vertical offset to move.
    - You may use JavaScript code.

  Duration:
  - Duration in frames for total change amount.

  Face Destination?:
  - Turn and face the destination?

  Movement Easing:
  - Select which easing type you wish to apply.
  - Requires VisuMZ_0_CoreEngine.

  Movement Motion:
  - Play this motion for the unit(s).

  Wait For Movement?:
  - Wait for movement to complete before performing next command?

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MOVE: Change Home To Target(s)
- Moves unit(s) to another unit(s) on the battle field.
- Sideview-only!

  Targets (Moving):
  - Select which unit(s) to change home position(s) for.

  Targets (Destination):
  - Select which unit(s) to change home position to.

    Target Location:
    - Select which part target group to change home position to.
      - front head
      - front center
      - front base
      - middle head
      - middle center
      - middle base
      - back head
      - back center
      - back base

    Melee Distance:
    - The melee distance away from the target location in addition to the
      battler's width.

  Offset Adjustment:
  - Makes adjustments to offset values to determine which direction to
    adjust the destination by.

    Offset: X:
    - Horizontal offset to move.
    - You may use JavaScript code.

    Offset: Y:
    - Vertical offset to move.
    - You may use JavaScript code.

  Duration:
  - Duration in frames for total change amount.

  Face Destination?:
  - Turn and face the destination?

  Movement Easing:
  - Select which easing type you wish to apply.
  - Requires VisuMZ_0_CoreEngine.

  Movement Motion:
  - Play this motion for the unit(s).

  Wait For Movement?:
  - Wait for movement to complete before performing next command?

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MOVE: Face Direction
- Causes the unit(s) to face forward or backward.
- Sideview-only!

  Targets:
  - Select which unit(s) to change direction.

  Direction:
  - Select which direction to face.

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MOVE: Face Point
- Causes the unit(s) to face a point on the screen.
- Sideview-only!

  Targets:
  - Select which unit(s) to change direction.

  Point:
  - Select which point to face.
    - Home
    - Center
    - Point X, Y
      - Replace 'x' and 'y' with coordinates

  Face Away From?:
  - Face away from the point instead?

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MOVE: Face Target(s)
- Causes the unit(s) to face other targets on the screen.
- Sideview-only!

  Targets (facing):
  - Select which unit(s) to change direction.

  Targets (destination):
  - Select which unit(s) for the turning unit(s) to face.

  Face Away From?:
  - Face away from the unit(s) instead?

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MOVE: Float
- Causes the unit(s) to float above the ground.
- Sideview-only!

  Targets:
  - Select which unit(s) to make float.

  Desired Height:
  - Vertical distance to float upward.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Duration:
  - Duration in frames for total float amount.

  Float Easing:
  - Select which easing type you wish to apply.
  - Requires VisuMZ_0_CoreEngine.

  Wait For Float?:
  - Wait for floating to complete before performing next command?

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MOVE: Home Reset
- Causes the unit(s) to move back to their home position(s) and face back to
  their original direction(s).

  Targets:
  - Select which unit(s) to move.

  Wait For Movement?:
  - Wait for movement to complete before performing next command?

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MOVE: Jump
- Causes the unit(s) to jump into the air.
- Sideview-only!

  Targets:
  - Select which unit(s) to make jump.

  Desired Height:
  - Max jump height to go above the ground
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Duration:
  - Duration in frames for total jump amount.

  Wait For Jump?:
  - Wait for jumping to complete before performing next command?

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MOVE: Move Distance
- Moves unit(s) by a distance from their current position(s).
- Sideview-only!

  Targets:
  - Select which unit(s) to move.

  Distance Adjustment:
  - Makes adjustments to distance values to determine which direction to
    move unit(s).
    - Normal - No adjustments made
    - Horizontal - Actors adjust left, Enemies adjust right
    - Vertical - Actors adjust Up, Enemies adjust down
    - Both - Applies both Horizontal and Vertical

    Distance: X:
    - Horizontal distance to move.
    - You may use JavaScript code.

    Distance: Y:
    - Vertical distance to move.
    - You may use JavaScript code.

  Duration:
  - Duration in frames for total movement amount.

  Face Destination?:
  - Turn and face the destination?

  Movement Easing:
  - Select which easing type you wish to apply.
  - Requires VisuMZ_0_CoreEngine.

  Movement Motion:
  - Play this motion for the unit(s).

  Wait For Movement?:
  - Wait for movement to complete before performing next command?

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MOVE: Move To Point
- Moves unit(s) to a designated point on the screen.
- Sideview-only! Points based off Graphics.boxWidth/Height.

  Targets:
  - Select which unit(s) to move.

  Destination Point:
  - Select which point to face.
    - Home
    - Center
    - Point X, Y
      - Replace 'x' and 'y' with coordinates

  Offset Adjustment:
  - Makes adjustments to offset values to determine which direction to
    adjust the destination by.

    Offset: X:
    - Horizontal offset to move.
    - You may use JavaScript code.

    Offset: Y:
    - Vertical offset to move.
    - You may use JavaScript code.

  Duration:
  - Duration in frames for total movement amount.

  Face Destination?:
  - Turn and face the destination?

  Movement Easing:
  - Select which easing type you wish to apply.
  - Requires VisuMZ_0_CoreEngine.

  Movement Motion:
  - Play this motion for the unit(s).

  Wait For Movement?:
  - Wait for movement to complete before performing next command?

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MOVE: Move To Target(s)
- Moves unit(s) to another unit(s) on the battle field.
- Sideview-only!

  Targets (Moving):
  - Select which unit(s) to move.

  Targets (Destination):
  - Select which unit(s) to move to.

    Target Location:
    - Select which part target group to move to.
      - front head
      - front center
      - front base
      - middle head
      - middle center
      - middle base
      - back head
      - back center
      - back base

    Melee Distance:
    - The melee distance away from the target location in addition to the
      battler's width.

  Offset Adjustment:
  - Makes adjustments to offset values to determine which direction to
    adjust the destination by.

    Offset: X:
    - Horizontal offset to move.
    - You may use JavaScript code.

    Offset: Y:
    - Vertical offset to move.
    - You may use JavaScript code.

  Duration:
  - Duration in frames for total movement amount.

  Face Destination?:
  - Turn and face the destination?

  Movement Easing:
  - Select which easing type you wish to apply.
  - Requires VisuMZ_0_CoreEngine.

  Movement Motion:
  - Play this motion for the unit(s).

  Wait For Movement?:
  - Wait for movement to complete before performing next command?

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MOVE: Opacity
- Causes the unit(s) to change opacity.
- Sideview-only!

  Targets:
  - Select which unit(s) to change opacity.

  Desired Opacity:
  - Change to this opacity value.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Duration:
  - Duration in frames for opacity change.

  Opacity Easing:
  - Select which easing type you wish to apply.
  - Requires VisuMZ_0_CoreEngine.

  Wait For Opacity?:
  - Wait for opacity changes to complete before performing next command?

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MOVE: Scale/Grow/Shrink
- Causes the unit(s) to scale, grow, or shrink?.
- Sideview-only!

  Targets:
  - Select which unit(s) to change the scale of.

  Scale X:
  Scale Y:
  - What target scale value do you want?
  - 1.0 is normal size.

  Duration:
  - Duration in frames to scale for.

  Scale Easing:
  - Select which easing type you wish to apply.
  - Requires VisuMZ_0_CoreEngine.

  Wait For Scale?:
  - Wait for scaling to complete before performing next command?

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ActSeqSkew.gif

MOVE: Skew/Distort
- Causes the unit(s) to skew.
- Sideview-only!

  Targets:
  - Select which unit(s) to skew.

  Skew X:
  Skew Y:
  - What variance to skew?
  - Use small values for the best results.

  Duration:
  - Duration in frames to skew for.

  Skew Easing:
  - Select which easing type you wish to apply.
  - Requires VisuMZ_0_CoreEngine.

  Wait For Skew?:
  - Wait for skew to complete before performing next command?

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ActSeqSpin.gif

MOVE: Spin/Rotate
- Causes the unit(s) to spin.
- Sideview-only!

  Targets:
  - Select which unit(s) to spin.

  Angle:
  - How many degrees to spin?

  Duration:
  - Duration in frames to spin for.

  Spin Easing:
  - Select which easing type you wish to apply.
  - Requires VisuMZ_0_CoreEngine.

  Revert Angle on Finish:
  - Upon finishing the spin, revert the angle back to 0.

  Wait For Spin?:
  - Wait for spin to complete before performing next command?

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MOVE: Wait For Float
- Waits for floating to complete before performing next command.

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MOVE: Wait For Jump
- Waits for jumping to complete before performing next command.

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MOVE: Wait For Movement
- Waits for movement to complete before performing next command.

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MOVE: Wait For Opacity
- Waits for opacity changes to complete before performing next command.

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MOVE: Wait For Scale
- Waits for scaling to complete before performing next command.

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MOVE: Wait For Skew
- Waits for skewing to complete before performing next command.

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MOVE: Wait For Spin
- Waits for spinning to complete before performing next command.

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Action Sequences - Projectiles

Create projectiles on the screen and fire them off at a target. Requires VisuMZ_3_ActSeqProjectiles!

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ActSeqProj Ani.gif

PROJECTILE: Animation
- Create an animation projectile and fire it at a target.
- Requires VisuMZ_3_ActSeqProjectiles!

  Coordinates:

    Start Location:
    - Settings to determine where the projectile(s) start from.

      Type:
      - Select where the projectile should start from.
        - Target - Start from battler target(s)
        - Point - Start from a point on the screen

        Target(s):
        - Select which unit(s) to start the projectile from.

          Centralize:
          - Create one projectile at the center of the targets?
          - Or create a projectile for each target?

          Target Location:
          - Select which part of the target to send the projectile from.
          - front head
          - front center
          - front base
          - middle head
          - middle center
          - middle base
          - back head
          - back center
          - back base

        Point X:
        Point Y:
        - Insert the X/Y coordinate to start the projectile at.
        - You may use JavaScript code.

      Offset X:
      Offset Y:
      - Insert how many pixels to offset the X/Y coordinate by.
      - You may use JavaScript code.

    Goal Location:
    - Settings to determine where the projectile(s) start from.

      Type:
      - Select where the projectile should go to.
        - Target - Goal is battler target(s)
        - Point - Goal is a point on the screen

        Target(s):
        - Select which unit(s) for projectile to go to.

          Centralize:
          - Create one projectile at the center of the targets?
          - Or create a projectile for each target?

          Target Location:
          - Select which part of the target to send the projectile to.
          - front head
          - front center
          - front base
          - middle head
          - middle center
          - middle base
          - back head
          - back center
          - back base

        Point X:
        Point Y:
        - Insert the X/Y coordinate to send the projectile to.
        - You may use JavaScript code.

      Offset X:
      Offset Y:
      - Insert how many pixels to offset the X/Y coordinate by.
      - You may use JavaScript code.

  Settings:

    Animation ID:
    - Determine which animation to use as a projectile.

    Duration:
    - Duration for the projectile(s) to travel.

    Wait For Projectile?:
    - Wait for projectile(s) to reach their destination before going onto
      the next command?

    Wait For Animation?:
    - Wait for animation to finish before going to the next command?

    Extra Settings:
    - Add extra settings to the projectile?

      Auto Angle?:
      - Automatically angle the projectile to tilt the direction
        it's moving?

      Angle Offset:
      - Alter the projectile's tilt by this many degrees.

      Arc Peak:
      - This is the height of the project's trajectory arc in pixels.

      Easing:
      - Select which easing type to apply to the projectile's trajectory.

      Spin Speed:
      - Determine how much angle the projectile spins per frame.
      - Does not work well with "Auto Angle".

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ActSeqProj Icon.gif

PROJECTILE: Icon
- Create an icon projectile and fire it at a target.
- Requires VisuMZ_3_ActSeqProjectiles!

  Coordinates:

    Start Location:
    - Settings to determine where the projectile(s) start from.

      Type:
      - Select where the projectile should start from.
        - Target - Start from battler target(s)
        - Point - Start from a point on the screen

        Target(s):
        - Select which unit(s) to start the projectile from.

          Centralize:
          - Create one projectile at the center of the targets?
          - Or create a projectile for each target?

          Target Location:
          - Select which part of the target to send the projectile from.
          - front head
          - front center
          - front base
          - middle head
          - middle center
          - middle base
          - back head
          - back center
          - back base

        Point X:
        Point Y:
        - Insert the X/Y coordinate to start the projectile at.
        - You may use JavaScript code.

      Offset X:
      Offset Y:
      - Insert how many pixels to offset the X/Y coordinate by.
      - You may use JavaScript code.

    Goal Location:
    - Settings to determine where the projectile(s) start from.

      Type:
      - Select where the projectile should go to.
        - Target - Goal is battler target(s)
        - Point - Goal is a point on the screen

        Target(s):
        - Select which unit(s) for projectile to go to.

          Centralize:
          - Create one projectile at the center of the targets?
          - Or create a projectile for each target?

          Target Location:
          - Select which part of the target to send the projectile to.
          - front head
          - front center
          - front base
          - middle head
          - middle center
          - middle base
          - back head
          - back center
          - back base

        Point X:
        Point Y:
        - Insert the X/Y coordinate to send the projectile to.
        - You may use JavaScript code.

      Offset X:
      Offset Y:
      - Insert how many pixels to offset the X/Y coordinate by.
      - You may use JavaScript code.

  Settings:

    Icon:
    - Determine which icon to use as a projectile.
    - You may use JavaScript code.

    Duration:
    - Duration for the projectile(s) to travel.

    Wait For Projectile?:
    - Wait for projectile(s) to reach their destination before going onto
      the next command?

    Extra Settings:
    - Add extra settings to the projectile?

      Auto Angle?:
      - Automatically angle the projectile to tilt the direction
        it's moving?

      Angle Offset:
      - Alter the projectile's tilt by this many degrees.

      Arc Peak:
      - This is the height of the project's trajectory arc in pixels.

      Blend Mode:
      - What kind of blend mode do you wish to apply to the projectile?
        - Normal
        - Additive
        - Multiply
        - Screen

      Easing:
      - Select which easing type to apply to the projectile's trajectory.

      Hue:
      - Adjust the hue of the projectile.
      - Insert a number between 0 and 360.

      Scale:
      - Adjust the size scaling of the projectile.
      - Use decimals for exact control.

      Spin Speed:
      - Determine how much angle the projectile spins per frame.
      - Does not work well with "Auto Angle".

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ActSeqProj Picture.gif

PROJECTILE: Picture
- Create a picture projectile and fire it at a target.
- Requires VisuMZ_3_ActSeqProjectiles!

  Coordinates:

    Start Location:
    - Settings to determine where the projectile(s) start from.

      Type:
      - Select where the projectile should start from.
        - Target - Start from battler target(s)
        - Point - Start from a point on the screen

        Target(s):
        - Select which unit(s) to start the projectile from.

          Centralize:
          - Create one projectile at the center of the targets?
          - Or create a projectile for each target?

          Target Location:
          - Select which part of the target to send the projectile from.
          - front head
          - front center
          - front base
          - middle head
          - middle center
          - middle base
          - back head
          - back center
          - back base

        Point X:
        Point Y:
        - Insert the X/Y coordinate to start the projectile at.
        - You may use JavaScript code.

      Offset X:
      Offset Y:
      - Insert how many pixels to offset the X/Y coordinate by.
      - You may use JavaScript code.

    Goal Location:
    - Settings to determine where the projectile(s) start from.

      Type:
      - Select where the projectile should go to.
        - Target - Goal is battler target(s)
        - Point - Goal is a point on the screen

        Target(s):
        - Select which unit(s) for projectile to go to.

          Centralize:
          - Create one projectile at the center of the targets?
          - Or create a projectile for each target?

          Target Location:
          - Select which part of the target to send the projectile to.
          - front head
          - front center
          - front base
          - middle head
          - middle center
          - middle base
          - back head
          - back center
          - back base

        Point X:
        Point Y:
        - Insert the X/Y coordinate to send the projectile to.
        - You may use JavaScript code.

      Offset X:
      Offset Y:
      - Insert how many pixels to offset the X/Y coordinate by.
      - You may use JavaScript code.

  Settings:

    Picture Filename:
    - Determine which picture to use as a projectile.

    Duration:
    - Duration for the projectile(s) to travel.

    Wait For Projectile?:
    - Wait for projectile(s) to reach their destination before going onto
      the next command?

    Extra Settings:
    - Add extra settings to the projectile?

      Auto Angle?:
      - Automatically angle the projectile to tilt the direction
        it's moving?

      Angle Offset:
      - Alter the projectile's tilt by this many degrees.

      Arc Peak:
      - This is the height of the project's trajectory arc in pixels.

      Blend Mode:
      - What kind of blend mode do you wish to apply to the projectile?
        - Normal
        - Additive
        - Multiply
        - Screen

      Easing:
      - Select which easing type to apply to the projectile's trajectory.

      Hue:
      - Adjust the hue of the projectile.
      - Insert a number between 0 and 360.

      Scale:
      - Adjust the size scaling of the projectile.
      - Use decimals for exact control.

      Spin Speed:
      - Determine how much angle the projectile spins per frame.
      - Does not work well with "Auto Angle".

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Action Sequences - Skew (Camera)

VisuMZ ActSeqCamera Skew.gif

These action sequences allow you to have control over the camera skew. Requires VisuMZ_3_ActSeqCamera!

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SKEW: Change Skew
- Changes the camera skew.
- Requires VisuMZ_3_ActSeqCamera!

  Skew X:
  - Change the camera skew X to this value.

  Skew Y:
  - Change the camera skew Y to this value.

  Duration:
  - Duration in frames to change camera skew.

  Skew Easing:
  - Select which easing type you wish to apply.
  - Requires VisuMZ_0_CoreEngine.

  Wait For Skew?:
  - Wait for skew changes to complete before performing next command?

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SKEW: Reset Skew
- Reset any skew settings.
- Requires VisuMZ_3_ActSeqCamera!

  Duration:
  - Duration in frames to reset camera skew.

  Skew Easing:
  - Select which easing type you wish to apply.
  - Requires VisuMZ_0_CoreEngine.

  Wait For Skew?:
  - Wait for skew changes to complete before performing next command?

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SKEW: Wait For Skew
- Waits for skew changes to complete before performing next command.
- Requires VisuMZ_3_ActSeqCamera!

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Action Sequences - Target

BattleCoreTargetActSeq.png

If using a manual target by target Action Sequence, these commands will give you full control over its usage.

Refer to the image above for reference on how this works.

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TARGET: Current Index
- Sets the current index to this value.
- Then decide to jump to a label (optional).

  Set Index To:
  - Sets current targeting index to this value.
  - 0 is the starting index of a target group.

  Jump To Label:
  - If a target is found after the index change, jump to this label in the
    Common Event.

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TARGET: Next Target
- Moves index forward by 1 to select a new current target.
- Then decide to jump to a label (optional).

  Jump To Label:
  - If a target is found after the index change, jump to this label in the
    Common Event.

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TARGET: Previous Target
- Moves index backward by 1 to select a new current target.
- Then decide to jump to a label (optional).

  Jump To Label:
  - If a target is found after the index change, jump to this label in the
    Common Event.

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TARGET: Random Target
- Sets index randomly to determine new currernt target.
- Then decide to jump to a label (optional).

  Force Random?:
  - Index cannot be its previous index amount after random.

  Jump To Label:
  - If a target is found after the index change, jump to this label in the
    Common Event.

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Action Sequences - Weapon

BattleCore DualWield.gif

Allows for finer control over Dual/Multi Wielding actors.

Only works for Actors.

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WEAPON: Clear Weapon Slot
- Clears the active weapon slot (making others valid again).
- Only works for Actors.

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to clear the active weapon slot for.

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WEAPON: Next Weapon Slot
- Goes to next active weapon slot (making others invalid).
- If next slot is weaponless, don't label jump.

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to change the next active weapon slot for.

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WEAPON: Set Weapon Slot
- Sets the active weapon slot (making others invalid).
- Only works for Actors.

  Targets:
  - Select unit(s) to change the active weapon slot for.

  Weapon Slot ID:
  - Select weapon slot to make active (making others invalid).
  - Use 0 to clear and normalize. You may use JavaScript code.

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Action Sequences - Zoom (Camera)

VisuMZ ActSeqCamera Zoom.gif

These Action Sequences are zoom-related. Requires VisuMZ_3_ActSeqCamera!

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ZOOM: Change Scale
- Changes the zoom scale.
- Requires VisuMZ_3_ActSeqCamera!

  Scale:
  - The zoom scale to change to.

  Duration:
  - Duration in frames to reset battle zoom.

  Zoom Easing:
  - Select which easing type you wish to apply.
  - Requires VisuMZ_0_CoreEngine.

  Wait For Zoom?
  - Wait for zoom changes to complete before performing next command?

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ZOOM: Reset Zoom
- Reset any zoom settings.
- Requires VisuMZ_3_ActSeqCamera!

  Duration:
  - Duration in frames to reset battle zoom.

  Zoom Easing:
  - Select which easing type you wish to apply.
  - Requires VisuMZ_0_CoreEngine.

  Wait For Zoom?
  - Wait for zoom changes to complete before performing next command?

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ZOOM: Wait For Zoom
- Waits for zoom changes to complete before performing next command.
Requires VisuMZ_3_ActSeqCamera!

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Battle Cursor VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Battle Cursor Plugin Commands

BattleCursor Preview.gif

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BattleCursor Command1.png

Battle Cursor: Change Actor Cursor
- Change target actor's battle cursor settings.

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which Actor ID(s) to affect.

  Appearance Type:
  - Select the appearance type for the battle select cursor.

    Icon Index:
    - If "icon" is selected as the appearance type, use this icon as
      the cursor.

    Picture Filename:
    - If "picture" is selected as the appearance type, use this image from
      img/pictures/ as the cursor.

    System Filename:
    - If "system" is selected as the appearance type, use this image from
      img/system/ as the cursor.

    Frame Delay:
    - The frame delay for any animated "picture" or "system" cursors before
      moving onto the next frame.

  Anchor:

    Anchor X:
    Anchor Y:
    - Select the position to determine where the cursor's Anchor
      is located.

  Position:

    Position X:
    Position Y:
    - Select the placement to determine where the cursor's Position
      is located.

  Offset:

    Offset X:
    Offset Y:
    - Select how much to offset the cursor's X/Y position by.

  Wave:

    Wave Type:
    - Determine how the cursor moves while active.

    Speed:
    - Select how fast the cursor oscillates.
    - Lower is slower. Higher is faster.

    Distance:
    - Select how far the cursor sprite will oscillate from its origin.

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BattleCursor Command2.png

Battle Cursor: Change Party Member Cursor
- Change target party member's battle cursor settings.

  Party Index(es):
  - Select which party member index(es) to affect.

  Appearance Type:
  - Select the appearance type for the battle select cursor.

    Icon Index:
    - If "icon" is selected as the appearance type, use this icon as
      the cursor.

    Picture Filename:
    - If "picture" is selected as the appearance type, use this image from
      img/pictures/ as the cursor.

    System Filename:
    - If "system" is selected as the appearance type, use this image from
      img/system/ as the cursor.

    Frame Delay:
    - The frame delay for any animated "picture" or "system" cursors before
      moving onto the next frame.

  Anchor:

    Anchor X:
    Anchor Y:
    - Select the position to determine where the cursor's Anchor
      is located.

  Position:

    Position X:
    Position Y:
    - Select the placement to determine where the cursor's Position
      is located.

  Offset:

    Offset X:
    Offset Y:
    - Select how much to offset the cursor's X/Y position by.

  Wave:

    Wave Type:
    - Determine how the cursor moves while active.

    Speed:
    - Select how fast the cursor oscillates.
    - Lower is slower. Higher is faster.

    Distance:
    - Select how far the cursor sprite will oscillate from its origin.

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BattleCursor Command3.png

Battle Cursor: Change Enemy Member Cursor
- Change target enemy's battle cursor settings.

  Enemy Index(es):
  - Select which enemy troop index(es) to affect.

  Appearance Type:
  - Select the appearance type for the battle select cursor.

    Icon Index:
    - If "icon" is selected as the appearance type, use this icon as
      the cursor.

    Picture Filename:
    - If "picture" is selected as the appearance type, use this image from
      img/pictures/ as the cursor.

    System Filename:
    - If "system" is selected as the appearance type, use this image from
      img/system/ as the cursor.

    Frame Delay:
    - The frame delay for any animated "picture" or "system" cursors before
      moving onto the next frame.

  Anchor:

    Anchor X:
    Anchor Y:
    - Select the position to determine where the cursor's Anchor
      is located.

  Position:

    Position X:
    Position Y:
    - Select the placement to determine where the cursor's Position
      is located.

  Offset:

    Offset X:
    Offset Y:
    - Select how much to offset the cursor's X/Y position by.

  Wave:

    Wave Type:
    - Determine how the cursor moves while active.

    Speed:
    - Select how fast the cursor oscillates.
    - Lower is slower. Higher is faster.

    Distance:
    - Select how far the cursor sprite will oscillate from its origin.

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Battle System - ATB VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Actor Plugin Commands

VisuMZ ATB Preview1.png

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VisuMZ ATB Command1.png

Actor: Change Field Gauge Icon
- Changes the icons used for the specific actor(s) on the ATB Field Gauge.

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which Actor ID(s) to affect.

  Icon:
  - Changes the graphic to this icon.

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VisuMZ ATB Update11 Command1.png

Actor: Change Field Gauge Face
- Changes the faces used for the specific actor(s) on the ATB Field Gauge.

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which Actor ID(s) to affect.

  Face Name:
  - This is the filename for the target face graphic.

  Face Index:
  - This is the index for the target face graphic.

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VisuMZ ATB Command2.png

Actor: Clear Field Gauge Graphic
- Clears the ATB Field Gauge graphics for the actor(s).
- The settings will revert to the Plugin Parameter settings.

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which Actor ID(s) to affect.

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Enemy Plugin Commands

VisuMZ ATB Preview1.png

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VisuMZ ATB Command3.png

Enemy: Change Field Gauge Icon
- Changes the icons used for the specific enemy(ies) on the ATB Field Gauge.

  Enemy Index(es):
  - Select which enemy index(es) to affect.

  Icon:
  - Changes the graphic to this icon.

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VisuMZ ATB Command4.png

Enemy: Change Field Gauge Face
- Changes the faces used for the specific enemy(ies) on the ATB Field Gauge.

  Enemy Index(es):
  - Select which enemy index(es) to affect.

  Face Name:
  - This is the filename for the target face graphic.

  Face Index:
  - This is the index for the target face graphic.

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VisuMZ ATB Command5.png

Enemy: Clear Field Gauge Graphic
- Clears the ATB Field Gauge graphics for the enemy(ies).
- The settings will revert to the Plugin Parameter settings.

  Enemy Index(es):
  - Select which enemy index(es) to affect.

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System Plugin Commands

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BattleSysATB Update7 Command1.png

System: ATB Field Gauge Visibility
- Determine the visibility of the ATB Field Gauge.

  Visibility:
  - Changes the visibility of the ATB Field Gauge.

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Battle System - BTB VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Actor Plugin Commands

BattleSysBTB TurnOrder.png

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BattleSysBTB Command 1.png

Actor: Change BTB Turn Order Icon
- Changes the icons used for the specific actor(s) on the BTB Turn Order.

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which Actor ID(s) to affect.

  Icon:
  - Changes the graphic to this icon.

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BattleSysBTB Command 2.png

Actor: Change BTB Turn Order Face
- Changes the faces used for the specific actor(s) on the BTB Turn Order.

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which Actor ID(s) to affect.

  Face Name:
  - This is the filename for the target face graphic.

  Face Index:
  - This is the index for the target face graphic.

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BattleSysBTB Command 3.png

Actor: Clear BTB Turn Order Graphic
- Clears the BTB Turn Order graphics for the actor(s).
- The settings will revert to the Plugin Parameter settings.

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which Actor ID(s) to affect.

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Enemy Plugin Commands

BattleSysBTB TurnOrder.png

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BattleSysBTB Command 4.png

Enemy: Change BTB Turn Order Icon
- Changes the icons used for the specific enemy(ies) on the BTB Turn Order.

  Enemy Index(es):
  - Select which enemy index(es) to affect.

  Icon:
  - Changes the graphic to this icon.

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BattleSysBTB Command 5.png

Enemy: Change BTB Turn Order Face
- Changes the faces used for the specific enemy(ies) on the BTB Turn Order.

  Enemy Index(es):
  - Select which enemy index(es) to affect.

  Face Name:
  - This is the filename for the target face graphic.

  Face Index:
  - This is the index for the target face graphic.

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BattleSysBTB Command 6.png

Enemy: Clear BTB Turn Order Graphic
- Clears the BTB Turn Order graphics for the enemy(ies).
- The settings will revert to the Plugin Parameter settings.

  Enemy Index(es):
  - Select which enemy index(es) to affect.

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System Plugin Commands

BattleSysBTB TurnOrder.png

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BattleSysBTB Command 7.png

System: BTB Turn Order Visibility
- Determine the visibility of the BTB Turn Order Display.

  Visibility:
  - Changes the visibility of the BTB Turn Order Display.

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Battle System - CTB VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Actor Plugin Commands

CTB TurnOrder.png

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CTB Command1.png

Actor: Change CTB Turn Order Icon
- Changes the icons used for the specific actor(s) on the CTB Turn Order.

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which Actor ID(s) to affect.

  Icon:
  - Changes the graphic to this icon.

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CTB Update11 Command1.png

Actor: Change CTB Turn Order Face
- Changes the faces used for the specific actor(s) on the CTB Turn Order.

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which Actor ID(s) to affect.

  Face Name:
  - This is the filename for the target face graphic.

  Face Index:
  - This is the index for the target face graphic.

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CTB Command2.png

Actor: Clear CTB Turn Order Graphic
- Clears the CTB Turn Order graphics for the actor(s).
- The settings will revert to the Plugin Parameter settings.

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which Actor ID(s) to affect.

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Enemy Plugin Commands

CTB TurnOrder.png

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CTB Command3.png

Enemy: Change CTB Turn Order Icon
- Changes the icons used for the specific enemy(ies) on the CTB Turn Order.

  Enemy Index(es):
  - Select which enemy index(es) to affect.

  Icon:
  - Changes the graphic to this icon.

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CTB Command4.png

Enemy: Change CTB Turn Order Face
- Changes the faces used for the specific enemy(ies) on the CTB Turn Order.

  Enemy Index(es):
  - Select which enemy index(es) to affect.

  Face Name:
  - This is the filename for the target face graphic.

  Face Index:
  - This is the index for the target face graphic.

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CTB Command5.png

Enemy: Clear CTB Turn Order Graphic
- Clears the CTB Turn Order graphics for the enemy(ies).
- The settings will revert to the Plugin Parameter settings.

  Enemy Index(es):
  - Select which enemy index(es) to affect.

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System Plugin Commands

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CTB Command6.png

System: CTB Turn Order Visibility
- Determine the visibility of the CTB Turn Order Display.

  Visibility:
  - Changes the visibility of the CTB Turn Order Display.

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Battle System - ETB VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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System Plugin Commands

BattleSysETB Layout.png

BattleSysETB Command1.png

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System: ETB Energy Count Visibility
- Determine the visibility of the ETB Energy Count Display.

  Visibility:
  - Changes the visibility of the ETB Energy Count Display.

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Battle System - FTB VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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System Plugin Commands

BattleSysFTB Actions.png

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BattleSysFTB Command1.png

System: FTB Action Count Visibility
- Determine the visibility of the FTB Action Count Display.

  Visibility:
  - Changes the visibility of the FTB Action Count Display.

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Battle System - OTB VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Actor Plugin Commands

BattleSysOTB TurnOrderDisplay.png

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BattleSysOTB Command1.png

Actor: Change OTB Turn Order Icon
- Changes the icons used for the specific actor(s) on the OTB Turn Order.

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which Actor ID(s) to affect.

  Icon:
  - Changes the graphic to this icon.

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BattleSysOTB Command2.png

Actor: Change OTB Turn Order Face
- Changes the faces used for the specific actor(s) on the OTB Turn Order.

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which Actor ID(s) to affect.

  Face Name:
  - This is the filename for the target face graphic.

  Face Index:
  - This is the index for the target face graphic.

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BattleSysOTB Command3.png

Actor: Clear OTB Turn Order Graphic
- Clears the OTB Turn Order graphics for the actor(s).
- The settings will revert to the Plugin Parameter settings.

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which Actor ID(s) to affect.

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Enemy Plugin Commands

BattleSysOTB TurnOrderDisplay.png

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BattleSysOTB Command4.png

Enemy: Change OTB Turn Order Icon
- Changes the icons used for the specific enemy(ies) on the OTB Turn Order.

  Enemy Index(es):
  - Select which enemy index(es) to affect.

  Icon:
  - Changes the graphic to this icon.

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BattleSysOTB Command5.png

Enemy: Change OTB Turn Order Face
- Changes the faces used for the specific enemy(ies) on the OTB Turn Order.

  Enemy Index(es):
  - Select which enemy index(es) to affect.

  Face Name:
  - This is the filename for the target face graphic.

  Face Index:
  - This is the index for the target face graphic.

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BattleSysOTB Command6.png

Enemy: Clear OTB Turn Order Graphic
- Clears the OTB Turn Order graphics for the enemy(ies).
- The settings will revert to the Plugin Parameter settings.

  Enemy Index(es):
  - Select which enemy index(es) to affect.

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System Plugin Commands

BattleSysOTB Preview.png

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BattleSysOTB Command7.png

System: OTB Turn Order Visibility
- Determine the visibility of the OTB Turn Order Display.

  Visibility:
  - Changes the visibility of the OTB Turn Order Display.

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Battle System - PTB VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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System Plugin Commands

BattleSys PTB Weakness.gif

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BattleSys PTB Command1.png

System: PTB Press Count Visibility
- Determine the visibility of the PTB Press Count Display.

  Visibility:
  - Changes the visibility of the PTB Press Count Display.

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Battle System - STB VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Actor Plugin Commands

BattleSysSTB TurnOrder.png


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BattleSysSTB Command1.png

Actor: Change STB Turn Order Icon
- Changes the icons used for the specific actor(s) on the STB Turn Order.

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which Actor ID(s) to affect.

  Icon:
  - Changes the graphic to this icon.

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BattleSysSTB Command2.png

Actor: Change STB Turn Order Face
- Changes the faces used for the specific actor(s) on the STB Turn Order.

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which Actor ID(s) to affect.

  Face Name:
  - This is the filename for the target face graphic.

  Face Index:
  - This is the index for the target face graphic.

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BattleSysSTB Command3.png

Actor: Clear STB Turn Order Graphic
- Clears the STB Turn Order graphics for the actor(s).
- The settings will revert to the Plugin Parameter settings.

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which Actor ID(s) to affect.

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Enemy Plugin Commands

BattleSysSTB TurnOrder.png

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BattleSysSTB Command4.png

Enemy: Change STB Turn Order Icon
- Changes the icons used for the specific enemy(ies) on the STB Turn Order.

  Enemy Index(es):
  - Select which enemy index(es) to affect.

  Icon:
  - Changes the graphic to this icon.

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BattleSysSTB Command5.png

Enemy: Change STB Turn Order Face
- Changes the faces used for the specific enemy(ies) on the STB Turn Order.

  Enemy Index(es):
  - Select which enemy index(es) to affect.

  Face Name:
  - This is the filename for the target face graphic.

  Face Index:
  - This is the index for the target face graphic.

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BattleSysSTB Command6.png

Enemy: Clear STB Turn Order Graphic
- Clears the STB Turn Order graphics for the enemy(ies).
- The settings will revert to the Plugin Parameter settings.

  Enemy Index(es):
  - Select which enemy index(es) to affect.

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System Plugin Commands

BattleSysSTB TurnOrder.png

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BattleSysSTB Command7.png

System: STB Turn Order Visibility
- Determine the visibility of the STB Turn Order Display.

  Visibility:
  - Changes the visibility of the STB Turn Order Display.

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Bright Effects VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Bloom Plugin Commands

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Bloom: Change Settings
- Change the Bloom filter settings for the screen.

  Bloom Scale:
  - Change bloom scale for the screen.

  Bloom Brightness:
  - Change bloom brightness for the screen.

  Bloom Threshold:
  - Change bloom threshold for the screen.

  Shift Duration:
  - The amount of time it takes for the change to occur.

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Bloom: Reset
- Reset the Bloom filter settings for the settings found in the Plugin
  Parameters or map notetags.

  Shift Duration:
  - The amount of time it takes for the reset to occur.

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Godray Plugin Commands

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Godray: Change Settings
- Change the Godray filter settings for the screen.

  Visible?:
  - Show godrays on the screen?
  - Visibility changes are immediate.

  Godray Speed:
  - Change godray speed for the screen.

  Godray Gain:
  - Change godray gain for the screen.

  Godray Lacunarity:
  - Change godray lacunarity for the screen.

  Godray Angle:
  - Change godray angle for the screen.

  Shift Duration:
  - The amount of time it takes for the change to occur.
  - Visibility changes are immediate.

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Godray: Reset
- Reset the Godray filter settings for the settings found in the Plugin
  Parameters or map notetags.

  Shift Duration:
  - The amount of time it takes for the reset to occur.
  - Visibility changes are immediate.

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Color Adjust Plugin Commands

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Color Adjust: Change Settings
- Change the Color Adjustment filter settings for the screen.

  Adjust Brightness:
  - Change color adjust brightness for the screen.

  Adjust Contrast:
  - Change color adjust contrast for the screen.

  Adjust Saturation:
  - Change color adjust saturation for the screen.

  Shift Duration:
  - The amount of time it takes for the change to occur.

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Color Adjust: Reset
- Reset the Color Adjustment filter settings for the settings found in the
  Plugin Parameters or map notetags.

  Shift Duration:
  - The amount of time it takes for the reset to occur.

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Button Common Events VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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System Plugin Commands

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ButtonCommonEventsToolbar.png

VisuMZButtonCommonEventsCommand1.png

System: Change Button Common Event - Change the Common Event bound to specific key(s).

 Keys:
 - Select which key(s) to change.
 Common Event ID:
 - Change the Common Event bound to specific key(s).
 Button Icon:
 - What icon do you want to show on this button?

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VisuMZButtonCommonEventsCommand2.png

System: Change Visibility - Determines whether or not buttons are shown on screen.

 Visible?
 - Show or hide the visible Button Common Events on the screen?

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VisuMZButtonCommonEventsCommand3.png

System: Clear All Button Common Events - Clears Common Events from all keys.

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VisuMZButtonCommonEventsCommand4.png

System: Clear Button Common Event - Clears any Common Events bound to specific key(s).

 Keys:
 - Select which key(s) to clear.

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ButtonCommonEvents Update19 Command1.png

System: Clear Common Event ID(s) - Clears any keys with the marked Common Event ID(s).

 Common Event ID(s):
 - Clears any keys with the marked Common Event ID(s).

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ButtonCommonEvents Update19 Command2.png

System: Run Stored Button Common Event - Run the Common Event stored on a specific key.

 Target Key:
 - Run the Common Event stored in this key.

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Button Trigger Events VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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System Plugin Commands

Riviera Preview1.gif

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System: Enable Button Trigger Events
- Enable/disable Button Trigger Events from activating.

  Enable/Disable?:
  - Enables Button Trigger Events and allows them to activate.

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Chain Battles VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Chain Battle Plugin Commands

ChainBattles Preview1.png

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ChainBattles Command1.png

Chain Battle: Queue Troop ID(s)
- Setup the next Troop ID as a part of a chain battle.
- If there are multiple, one will be randomly picked.

  Troop ID(s):
  - Select which Troop ID(s) to register as the next potential battle.

  Change Battleback?:
  - Change the battlebacks for this queued battle?

    Battleback 1:
    Battleback 2:
    - Filename used for the battleback image.
    - Leave empty if you don't wish to use one.

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ChainBattles Command2.png

Chain Battle: Queue Encounter Pool
- Setup the next battle from the random encounter pool.
- If there are multiple, one will be randomly picked.

  Change Battleback?:
  - Change the battlebacks for this queued battle?

    Battleback 1:
    Battleback 2:
    - Filename used for the battleback image.
    - Leave empty if you don't wish to use one.

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ChainBattles Command3.png

Chain Battle: Queue JavaScript ID
- Use JavaScript to determine which Troop ID to queue up for a chain battle.

  JS: Troop ID:
  - Use JavaScript code to determine what Troop ID to queue up for a
    chain battle.

  Change Battleback?:
  - Change the battlebacks for this queued battle?

    Battleback 1:
    Battleback 2:
    - Filename used for the battleback image.
    - Leave empty if you don't wish to use one.

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ChainBattles Command4.png

Chain Battle: Clear Chains
- Clears any stored Chain Battles, allowing the battle to end after
the current one.

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Next Victory Plugin Commands

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ChainBattles Update02 Command1.png

Next Victory: Queue Common Event
- Queue a Common Event(s) to run next victory.
- If multiple, Common Events run in queued order.
- The Common Events will run before the next queued chain battle.

  Common Event ID(s):
  - Select which Common Event(s) to run upon the next victory.
  - If multiple, Common Events run in queued order.

  - If enemies revive in the middle of the Common Event queue, the queue is
    paused and resumed after the enemies are defeated once again.
    - For example:
    - Common Events A, B, C, D, E are queued.
    - Enemies are set to revive on Common Event B.
    - When the player achieves battle victory, Common Events A and B run.
    - The enemies will revive.
    - The player has to defeat the enemies again.
    - Once the enemies are defeated, Common Events C, D, and E then run.
    - Afterwards, any chain battles will occur.

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ChainBattles Update02 Command2.png

Next Victory: Clear Common Event Queue
- Clear queued Common Event(s) for next victory.

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Class Change System VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Unlock Class Plugin Commands

ClassChangeSys Unlocked.png

ClassChangeSys Command 01.png

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Unlock Class: Add For Actor(s)
- Unlock class(es) for target actor(s).

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which Actor ID(s) to unlock class(es) for.

  Class ID(s):
  - Select which Class ID(s) to be unlocked.

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ClassChangeSys Command 02.png

Unlock Class: Add For Global
- Unlock class(es) for all party members.

  Class ID(s):
  - Select which Class ID(s) to be unlocked.

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ClassChangeSys Command 03.png

Unlock Class: Remove From Actor(s)
- Remove unlock class(es) for target actor(s).

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which Actor ID(s) to remove an unlocked class(es) for.

  Class ID(s):
  - Select which Class ID(s) to be removed from the unlocked status.

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ClassChangeSys Command 04.png

Unlock Class: Remove From Global
- Remove unlock class(es) for all party members.

  Class ID(s):
  - Select which Class ID(s) to be removed from the unlocked status.

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Change Restriction Plugin Commands

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ClassChangeSys Command 05.png

Change Restriction: Add Tier Restriction
- Add restrictions to prevent class changing specific tier(s) to
  target actor(s).

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which Actor ID(s) to restrict class tier(s) for.

  Tiers(s):
  - Select which class tier(s) to restrict changing for.

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ClassChangeSys Command 06.png

Change Restriction: Remove Tier Restriction
- Remove restrictions to allow class changing specific tier(s) for
  target actor(s).

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which Actor ID(s) to remove class tier(s) restrictions for.

  Tiers(s):
  - Select which class tier(s) to remove restrictions for.

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Multiclass Plugin Commands

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ClassChangeSys Command 07.png

Multiclass: Change Actor(s) Multiclass
- Changes a specific multiclass for target actor(s).

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which Actor ID(s) to change the multiclass limit to.

  Tier:
  - Which multiclass tier to change for the target actor(s)?

  Class ID:
  - Which class should go into this multiclass tier slot?

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ClassChangeSys Command 08.png

Multiclass: Raise Limit for Actor(s)
- Raise the multiclass limit for target actor(s).

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which Actor ID(s) to change the multiclass limit to.

  Raise Limit By:
  - Raise the multiclass limit for target actor(s) by this much.

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ClassChangeSys Command 09.png

Multiclass: Lower Limit for Actor(s)
- Lower the multiclass limit for target actor(s).

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which Actor ID(s) to change the multiclass limit to.

  Reduce Limit By:
  - Lower the multiclass limit for target actor(s) by this much.

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ClassChangeSys Command 10.png

Multiclass: Set Limit for Actor(s)
- Set multiclass limit for target actor(s).

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which Actor ID(s) to change the multiclass limit to.

  Set Limit To:
  - Set multiclass limit for target actor(s) to this much.

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Class Points Plugin Commands

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ClassChangeSys Command 11.png

Class Points: Gain
- The target actor(s) gains Class Points.
- Gained amounts are affected by Class Point bonus rates.

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which Actor ID(s) to affect.

  Class ID(s):
  - Select which Class ID(s) to gain Class Points for.
  - Use "0" for the current class.

  Class Points:
  - Determine how many Class Points will be gained.
  - You may use code.

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ClassChangeSys Command 12.png

Class Points: Add
- The target actor(s) receives Class Points.
- Received amounts are NOT affected by Class Point bonus rates.

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which Actor ID(s) to affect.

  Class ID(s):
  - Select which Class ID(s) to receive Class Points for.
  - Use "0" for the current class.

  Class Points:
  - Determine how many Class Points will be added.
  - You may use code.

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ClassChangeSys Command 13.png

Class Points: Lose
- The target actor(s) loses Class Points.
- Lost amounts are NOT affected by Class Point bonus rates.

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which Actor ID(s) to affect.

  Class ID(s):
  - Select which Class ID(s) to lose Class Points for.
  - Use "0" for the current class.

  Class Points:
  - Determine how many Class Points will be lost.
  - You may use code.

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ClassChangeSys Command 14.png

Class Points: Set
- Changes the exact Class Points for the target actor(s).
- Changed amounts are NOT affected by Class Point bonus rates.

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which Actor ID(s) to affect.

  Class ID(s):
  - Select which Class ID(s) to change Class Points for.
  - Use "0" for the current class.

  Class Points:
  - Determine how many Class Points will be set exactly to.
  - You may use code.

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Job Points Plugin Commands

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ClassChangeSys Command 15.png

Job Points: Gain
- The target actor(s) gains Job Points.
- Gained amounts are affected by Job Point bonus rates.

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which Actor ID(s) to affect.

  Class ID(s):
  - Select which Class ID(s) to gain Job Points for.
  - Use "0" for the current class.

  Job Points:
  - Determine how many Job Points will be gained.
  - You may use code.

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ClassChangeSys Command 16.png

Job Points: Add
- The target actor(s) receives Job Points.
- Received amounts are NOT affected by Job Point bonus rates.

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which Actor ID(s) to affect.

  Class ID(s):
  - Select which Class ID(s) to receive Job Points for.
  - Use "0" for the current class.

  Job Points:
  - Determine how many Job Points will be added.
  - You may use code.

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ClassChangeSys Command 17.png

Job Points: Lose
- The target actor(s) loses Job Points.
- Lost amounts are NOT affected by Job Point bonus rates.

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which Actor ID(s) to affect.

  Class ID(s):
  - Select which Class ID(s) to lose Job Points for.
  - Use "0" for the current class.

  Job Points:
  - Determine how many Job Points will be lost.
  - You may use code.

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ClassChangeSys Command 18.png

Job Points: Set
- Changes the exact Job Points for the target actor(s).
- Changed amounts are NOT affected by Job Point bonus rates.

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which Actor ID(s) to affect.

  Class ID(s):
  - Select which Class ID(s) to change Job Points for.
  - Use "0" for the current class.

  Job Points:
  - Determine how many Job Points will be set exactly to.
  - You may use code.

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System Plugin Commands

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ClassChangeSys Command 19.png

System: Enable Class Change in Menu?
- Enables/disables Class Change inside the main menu.

  Enable/Disable?:
  - Enables/disables Class Change inside the main menu.

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ClassChangeSys Command 20.png

System: Show Class Change in Menu?
- Shows/hides Class Change inside the main menu.

  Show/Hide?:
  - Shows/hides Class Change inside the main menu.

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Combat Log VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Combat Log Plugin Commands

CombatLog Preview1.png

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CombatLog Command1.png

Combat Log: Add Text
- Adds custom text to the current Combat Log.

  Text:
  - What text would you like to add to the Combat Log?

  Icon:
  - What icon would you like to bind to this entry?

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CombatLog Command2.png

Combat Log: Add Horizontal Line
- Adds a horizontal line to the current Combat Log.

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CombatLog Command3.png

Combat Log: Bypass Text?
- Temporarily bypass adding any new text to the Combat Log until this
  is turned off?

  Bypass?:
  - Bypass text from being added to the Combat Log temporarily?

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CombatLog Command4.png

Combat Log: Hot Key Enable?
- Enables/disables the Combat Log hot key in battle?

  Enable?:
  - Enables/disables the Combat Log hot key in battle.

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System Plugin Commands

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CombatLog MenuAccess.png

CombatLog Command5.png

System: Show in Main Menu?
- Shows/hides CombatLog menu inside the Main Menu.

  Show/Hide?:
  - Shows/hides Combat Log command inside the Main Menu.
  - Note! This command will be disabled if the player does not have any
    Combat Logs recorded.

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CombatLog PartyCommand.png

CombatLog Command6.png

System: Show in Party Command?
- Shows/hides CombatLog menu inside the Window_PartyCommand.

  Show/Hide?:
  - Shows/hides Combat Log command inside Window_PartyCommand.

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CombatLog ActorCommand.png

CombatLog Command7.png

System: Show in Actor Command?
- Shows/hides CombatLog menu inside the Window_ActorCommand.

  Show/Hide?:
  - Shows/hides Combat Log command inside Window_ActorCommand.

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Common Event Menu VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Common Event Menu Plugin Command

CommonEventMenu Layout 062 Standard Sub-Corner-List.png

CommonEventMenu Command1.png

This is the Plugin Command that lets you create the Common Event Menu. The Common Event Menu is inaccessible from any other way.

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Common Event Menu: Start
- Start a Common Event Menu with the below settings.

  Common Events:
  - Select the Common Events you want shown in the menu.

    Cancel Event:
    - Runs this Common Event when Cancel is pressed.
    - Insert 0 to disable Cancel.

  Layout:
  - Pick a layout to use for the Common Event Menu.
  - Select "Custom" to position windows via JavaScript.
  - Picking '-' will not create any Common Event Menus.
  - Look on Yanfly.moe for a visual list of all the layouts.

    Custom Layout:
    - Modify the settings for a Custom layout.
    - Requires the above parameter to be "Custom".

  Optional Settings:
  - Optional settings for the Common Event Menu.

!! WARNING !!

Not all pre-made layouts work with all screen resolutions as this is very much so the case if you plan on using a smaller-than-normal screen resolution. If a specific layout does not work with a resolution you want, pick another layout that works. These layouts are made under the industry standard of a 16:9, 1280x720 screen resolution.

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CommonEventMenu Command2.png

Common Events (Sub Settings)
- Select the Common Events you want shown in the menu.

  Specific ID's:

    ID(s):
    - Select the Common Events you want displayed in the menu based on their
      exact ID's.

  ID Range:

    Range Start:
    - Select the Common Event ID range to start from.
    - This will select all the ID's up to the end range.

    Range End:
    - Select the Common Event ID range to end with.
    - This will select all the ID's from the start range.

  JS:

    Custom JS:
    - Create a list of Common Event ID's with JavaScript.

  Filters:

    Empty Name:
    - Apply filter for Common Events without a name?

    ----- Name:
    - Apply filter for Common Events with ----- in their name?

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CommonEventMenu Command3.png

Custom Layout (Sub Settings)
- Modify the settings for a Custom layout.
- Requires the above parameter to be "Custom".

  Main Windows:

    JS: List Window:
    JS: Picture Window:
    JS: Help Window:
    JS: Sub Window:
    - Determine how this Window is positioned.
    - Only applies with Custom layouts.

  Extra Windows:

    JS: Extra Window 1:
    JS: Extra Window 2:
    JS: Extra Window 3:
    JS: Extra Window 4:
    JS: Extra Window 5:
    JS: Extra Window 6:
    JS: Extra Window 7:
    JS: Extra Window 8:
    JS: Extra Window 9:
    JS: Extra Window 10:
    - Determine how this Extra Window is positioned.
    - Only applies with Custom layouts.

!! WARNING !!

These settings do NOT apply to Custom Layouts in order to reduce confusion for the game dev. If the game dev wishes to implement them in, then utilize Scene_Base's "isBottomHelpMode" and "isRightInputMode" functions when inserting the JavaScript code needed.

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CommonEventMenu Command4.png

Optional Settings (Sub Settings)
- Optional settings for the Common Event Menu.

  All Windows:

    Background Type:
    - Select the background type for all of the Common Event Menu windows.
      - 0 - Window
      - 1 - Dim
      - 2 - Transparent

    Boundary Size:
    - Pick the boundary size for the layout.
    - Does NOT apply to Custom Layouts.
      - Full      (Game Screen)
      - UI Size   (UI Resolution)
      - Padded    (16 px Border)
      - Huge      (32 px Border)
      - Large     (48 px Border)
      - Medium    (64 px Border)
      - Small     (96 px Border)
      - Tiny      (128 px Border)
      - Micro     (160 px Border)
      - Wut       (192 px Border)

  List Window:

    List Columns:
    - The number of columns the List Window has.
    - Use 'auto' to determine it automatically.
    - You may use JavaScript.

    Auto Select:
    - Which Common Event should be selected at the start?
    - Use 'last' for last picked ID.
    - You may use JavaScript.

    Auto-Sort ID's:
    - Automatically sort the Common Event's inserted into the Plugin Command
      by their database ID's?
    - This only applies to the "Specific" and "Custom JS" list where the
      order of the ID's inserted can be controlled. "ID Range" settings are
      always going to be sorted by ID.
    - This can be disabled for those who wish to manually switch around the
      order of their displayed Common Event ID's.

    Text Alignment:
    - How do you want the text to be aligned for the List Window?

  Cancel Button:

    Show Cancel Button:
    - Show the Cancel Button?
    - Requires a Cancel Common Event.

    Button Scale:
    - Scale the button size by this much.

    Button Position:
    - Select where the button appears.

    Button Offset X:
    - Offset the Cancel Button X position by this much.

    Button Offset Y:
    - Offset the Cancel Button Y position by this much.

  Picture Window:

    Auto-Fit Image:
    - Automatically fit the picture to the size of the Picture Window if the
      picture is larger than the window?

    Image Anchor X:
    - Pick how the picture is anchored horizontally in the Picture Window.

    Image Anchor Y:
    - Pick how the picture is anchored vertically in the Picture Window.

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Core Engine VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Animation Commands

CoreEngine PointAni.gif

CoreEngine Update53 Command1.png

Animation: Play at Coordinate
- Plays an animation on the screen at a specific x, y coordinate even if
  there is no sprite attached.

  Animation ID:
  - Plays this animation.

  Coordinates:

    X:
    Y:
    - X/Y coordinate used for the animation.
      You may use JavaScript code.

  Mirror Animation?:
  - Mirror the animation?

  Mute Animation?:
  - Mute the animation?

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Audio Plugin Commands

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Audio: Change Current BGM Volume
- Changes the current BGM volume without changing any of the current BGM's
  other properties and without restarting the BGM.

  Volume:
  - Change the current BGM's volume to what amount?
  - You may use JavaScript code.
  - Use numbers from 0 to 100.

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Audio: Change Current BGM Pitch
- Changes the current BGM pitch without changing any of the current BGM's
  other properties and without restarting the BGM.

  Pitch:
  - Change the current BGM's pitch to what amount?
  - You may use JavaScript code.
  - Use numbers from 50 to 150.

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Audio: Change Current BGM Pan
- Changes the current BGM pan without changing any of the current BGM's
  other properties and without restarting the BGM.

  Pan:
  - Change the current BGM's pan to what amount?
  - You may use JavaScript code.
  - Use numbers from -100 to 100.

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Audio: Change Current BGM Volume
- Changes the current BGM volume without changing any of the current BGM's
  other properties and without restarting the BGM.

  Volume:
  - Change the current BGM's volume to what amount?
  - You may use JavaScript code.
  - Use numbers from 0 to 100.

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Audio: Change Current BGM Pitch
- Changes the current BGM pitch without changing any of the current BGM's
  other properties and without restarting the BGM.

  Pitch:
  - Change the current BGM's pitch to what amount?
  - You may use JavaScript code.
  - Use numbers from 50 to 150.

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Audio: Change Current BGM Pan
- Changes the current BGM pan without changing any of the current BGM's
  other properties and without restarting the BGM.

  Pan:
  - Change the current BGM's pan to what amount?
  - You may use JavaScript code.
  - Use numbers from -100 to 100.

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Debug Plugin Commands

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Debug: Current Controller ID
- PLAY TEST ONLY.
- Shows current controller ID in debug console.
- If you press a key on the keyboard, this data will be erased.
- Also copies to computer clipboard if possible.

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Export Plugin Commands

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Export: All Maps Text
- PLAY TEST ONLY. Exports all of the text from all maps,
  their events, event pages, and any associated Common Events.

  - Exports 'Show Text' event commands.
  - Exports 'Show Choices' event commands.
  - Exports 'Show Scrolling Text' event commands.
  - Exports 'Comments' event commands.
  - Only the raw text will be exported.
  - Only usable during Play Test.

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Export: All Troops Text
- PLAY TEST ONLY. Exports all of the text from all troops,
  their event pages, and any associated Common Events.

  - Exports 'Show Text' event commands.
  - Exports 'Show Choices' event commands.
  - Exports 'Show Scrolling Text' event commands.
  - Exports 'Comments' event commands.
  - Only the raw text will be exported.
  - Only usable during Play Test.

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Export: Current Map Text
- PLAY TEST ONLY. Exports all of the text on the current map,
  its events, the event pages, and any associated Common Events.

  - Exports 'Show Text' event commands.
  - Exports 'Show Choices' event commands.
  - Exports 'Show Scrolling Text' event commands.
  - Exports 'Comments' event commands.
  - Only the raw text will be exported.
  - Only usable during Play Test.
  - If not in battle, this Plugin Command will not work.

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Export: Current Troop Text
- PLAY TEST ONLY. Exports all of the text on the current troop,
  the troop's event pages, and any associated Common Events.

  - Exports 'Show Text' event commands.
  - Exports 'Show Choices' event commands.
  - Exports 'Show Scrolling Text' event commands.
  - Exports 'Comments' event commands.
  - Only the raw text will be exported.
  - Only usable during Play Test.
  - If not in battle, this Plugin Command will not work.

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Game Plugin Commands

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Game: Open URL
- Opens a website URL from the game.

  URL:
  - Where do you want to take the player?

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Gold Plugin Commands

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Gold: Gain/Lose
- Allows you to give/take more gold than the event editor limit.

  Value:
  - How much gold should the player gain/lose?
  - Use negative values to remove gold.

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Map Plugin Commands

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Map: Once Parallel
- Plays a Common Event parallel to the event once without repeating itself
  when done.
- Map only!

  Common Event ID:
  - The ID of the parallel Common Event to play.
  - Does NOT repeat itself when finished.
  - When exiting map scene or changing maps, all Once Parallels are cleared.
  - Once Parallels are not retained upon reentering the scene or map.
  - Once Parallels are not stored in memory and cannot be saved.

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Picture Plugin Commands

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Picture: Coordinates Mode
- Play Test Mode only! Gets the coordinates of a specific picture as you
  move it across the screen.

  Picture ID:
  - The ID of the pictures to track the coordinates of.

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Picture: Easing Type
- Changes the easing type to a number of options.

  Picture ID:
  - Which picture do you wish to apply this easing to?

  Easing Type:
  - Select which easing type you wish to apply.

  Instructions:
  - Insert this Plugin Command after a "Move Picture" event command.
  - Turn off "Wait for Completion" in the "Move Picture" event.
  - You may have to add in your own "Wait" event command after.

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Picture: Erase All
- Erases all pictures on the screen because it's extremely tedious to do it
  one by one.

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Picture: Erase Range
- Erases all pictures within a range of numbers because it's extremely
  tedious to do it one by one.

  Starting ID:
  - The starting ID of the pictures to erase.

  Ending ID:
  - The ending ID of the pictures to erase.

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Picture: Show Icon
- Shows an icon instead of a picture image.
- The picture icon can be controlled like any other picture.

  General:

    Picture ID Number:
    - What is the ID of the picture you wish to show at?
    - Use a number between 1 and 100.
    - You may use JavaScript code.

    Icon Index:
    - Select the icon index to use for this picture.
    - You may use JavaScript code.

    Smooth Icon?:
    - This will make the icon smoothed out or pixelated.

  Picture Settings:

    Position:

      Origin:
      - What is the origin of this picture icon?
        - Upper Left
        - Center

      Position X:
      - X coordinate of the picture.
      - You may use JavaScript code.

      Position Y:
      - Y coordinate of the picture.
      - You may use JavaScript code.

    Scale:

      Width %:
      - Horizontal scale of the picture.
      - You may use JavaScript code.
      - 100 is 100%

      Height %:
      - Vertical scale of the picture.
      - You may use JavaScript code.
      - 100 is 100%

    Blend:

      Opacity:
      - Insert a number to determine opacity level.
      - Use a number between 0 and 255.
      - You may use JavaScript code.

      Blend Mode:
      - What kind of blend mode do you wish to apply to the picture?

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Screen Shake Plugin Commands

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Screen Shake: Custom:
- Creates a custom screen shake effect and also sets the following uses of
  screen shake to this style.

  Shake Style:
  - Select shake style type.
  - Original
  - Random
  - Horizontal
  - Vertical

  Power:
  - Power level for screen shake.

  Speed:
  - Speed level for screen shake.

  Duration:
  - Duration of screenshake.
  - You can use code as well.

  Wait for Completion:
  - Wait until completion before moving onto the next event?

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Switch Plugin Commands

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Switches: Randomize ID(s)
- Select specific Switch ID's to randomize ON/OFF.

  Switch ID(s):
  - Select which Switch ID(s) to toggle.

  Chance for ON:
  - Chance out of 100 that determines the switches to be ON.

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Switches: Randomize Range
- Select specific Switch ID Range to randomize ON/OFF.
- The ratio determines the ON/OFF distribution.

  Starting ID:
  - The starting ID of the Switch to toggle.

  Ending ID:
  - The ending ID of the Switch to toggle.

  Chance for ON:
  - Chance out of 100 that determines the switches to be ON.

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Switches: Toggle ID(s)
- Select specific Switch ID's to toggle ON/OFF.
- ON becomes OFF. OFF becomes ON.

  Switch ID(s):
  - Select which Switch ID(s) to toggle.

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Switches: Toggle Range
- Select specific Switch ID Range to toggle ON/OFF.
- ON becomes OFF. OFF becomes ON.

  Starting ID:
  - The starting ID of the Switch to toggle.

  Ending ID:
  - The ending ID of the Switch to toggle.

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System Plugin Commands

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System: Battle System Change
- Switch to a different battle system in-game.

  Change To:
  - Choose which battle system to switch to.
    - Database Default (Use game database setting)
    - -
    - DTB: Default Turn Battle
    - TPB Active: Time Progress Battle (Active)
    - TPB Wait: Time Progress Battle (Wait)
    - -
    - BTB: Brave Turn Battle (Req VisuMZ_2_BattleSystemBTB)
    - CTB: Charge Turn Battle (Req VisuMZ_2_BattleSystemCTB)
    - OTB: Order Turn Battle (Req VisuMZ_2_BattleSystemOTB)
    - STB: Standard Turn Battle (Req VisuMZ_2_BattleSystemSTB)

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System: Load Images
- Allows you to (pre) load up images ahead of time.

  img/animations/:
  img/battlebacks1/:
  img/battlebacks2/:
  img/enemies/:
  img/faces/:
  img/parallaxes/:
  img/pictures/:
  img/sv_actors/:
  img/sv_enemies/:
  img/system/:
  img/tilesets/:
  img/titles1/:
  img/titles2/:
  - Which files do you wish to load from this directory?

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System: Main Font Size
- Set the game's main font size.

  Change To:
  - Change the font size to this number.

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System: Side View Battle
- Switch between Front View or Side View for battle.

  Change To:
  - Choose which view type to switch to.

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System: Window Padding
- Change the game's window padding amount.

  Change To:
  - Change the game's standard window padding to this value.

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Variable Plugin Commands

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Variable: JS Eval
- Pick a variable ID and value to alter through JS.
- Allows one line of code for variable ID and operand.
- Functions like RM2k3's Variable Pointers.

  Variable ID:
  - This is the target variable to alter.
  - You may use JavaScript.
  - ie: $gameVariables.value(1)

  Operation Type:
  - What operation do you wish to use for this Plugin Command?

  Operand Modifier:
  - Value to be used in calculating the target variable.
  - You may use JavaScript.
  - ie: $gameVariables.value(1)

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Variable: JS Block
- Pick a variable ID and value to alter through JS.
- Allows JS block code for variable ID and operand.
- Functions like RM2k3's Variable Pointers.

  Variable ID:
  - This is the target variable to alter.
  - You may use JavaScript.
  - ie: $gameVariables.value(1)

  Operation Type:
  - What operation do you wish to use for this Plugin Command?

  Operand Modifier:
  - Value to be used in calculating the target variable.
  - You may use JavaScript.
  - ie: $gameVariables.value(1)

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Dragonbones Union VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Battler Plugin Commands

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Battler: Actor Change Settings
- Change target actor's Dragonbones armature settings for battle.

  Actor ID:
  - Select which Actor ID to affect.

    Filename:
    - Change the armature's filename.

    Offset X:
    - Change the armature's Offset X value.

    Offset Y:
    - Change the armature's Offset Y value.

    Scale X:
    - Change the armature's Scale X value.

    Scale Y:
    - Change the armature's Scale Y value.

    Time Scale:
    - Change the armature's Time Scale value.

    Width:
    - Change the battler width size.

    Height:
    - Change the battler height size.

  Motion Settings:

    Walk:
    Wait:
    Chant:
    Guard:
    Damage:
    Evade:
    Thrust:
    Swing:
    Missile:
    Skill:
    Spell:
    Item:
    Escape:
    Victory:
    Dying:
    Abnormal:
    Sleep:
    Dead:
    - Change the animation used for this motion.

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Map Sprite Plugin Commands

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Map Sprite: Actor Change Settings
- Change target actor's Dragonbones armature settings for map sprites.

  Actor ID:
  - Select which Actor ID to affect.

    Filename:
    - Change the armature's filename.

    Offset X:
    - Change the armature's Offset X value.

    Offset Y:
    - Change the armature's Offset Y value.

    Scale X:
    - Change the armature's Scale X value.

    Scale Y:
    - Change the armature's Scale Y value.

    Time Scale:
    - Change the armature's Time Scale value.

      Walk Rate:
      - Change the armature's walk animation rate.

      Dash Rate:
      - Change the armature's dash animation rate.

    Width:
    - Change the battler width size.

    Height:
    - Change the battler height size.

  Flip Settings:

    Flip Left?:
    Flip Right:
    - Flip the scale x value when facing left/right-ward directions?

  Motion Settings:

    Idle:
    Walk:
    Dash:
    Jump:
    Ladder (Idle):
    Ladder (Climb):
    Rope (Idle):
    Rope (Climb):
    - Base rope climbing animation name used.

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Map Sprite: Actor Play Animation
- Target actor plays a custom Dragonbones animation.

  Actor ID:
  - Select which Actor ID to affect.

  Play Animation:
  - Play this animation.

NOTE: An alternative to this is to put the following code inside of a
      Movement Route's script call:

      this.dragonbonesAnimation = "AnimationName";

      Replace 'AnimationName' (keep the quotes) with the name of the
      Dragonbones animation.

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Map Sprite: Actor Stop Animation
- Stops a target actor's custom Dragonbones animation.

  Actor ID:
  - Select which Actor ID to affect.

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Map Sprite: Event Play Animation
- Target event plays a custom Dragonbones animation.

  Event ID:
  - Select which Event ID to affect.

  Play Animation:
  - Play this animation.

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Map Sprite: Event Stop Animation
- Stops a target event's custom Dragonbones animation.

  Event ID:
  - Select which Event ID to affect.

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Map Sprite: Follower Play Animation
- Target follower plays a custom Dragonbones animation.

  Follower Index:
  - Select which Follower Index to affect.

  Play Animation:
  - Play this animation.

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Map Sprite: Follower Stop Animation
- Stops a target follower's custom Dragonbones animation.

  Follower ID:
  - Select which Follower Index to affect.

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Map Sprite: Player Play Animation
- Player plays a custom Dragonbones animation.

  Play Animation:
  - Play this animation.

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Map Sprite: Player Stop Animation
- Stops player's custom Dragonbones animation.

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Picture Plugin Commands

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Picture: Dragonbones Setup
- Setup a Dragonbones armature for a picture.

  Picture ID:
  - Select which Picture ID(s) to give a Dragonbones armature.

  Armature Filename:
  - What is the armature's filename?

  Play Animation:
  - Play this animation once it starts.

  Offset: X:
  - Default X offset value for this Dragonbones armature.

  Offset: Y:
  - Default Y offset value for this Dragonbones armature.

  Scale: X:
  - Default X scaling for this Dragonbones armature.
  - This will be amplified by the picture's scaling value.

  Scale: Y:
  - Default Y scaling for this Dragonbones armature.
  - This will be amplified by the picture's scaling value.

  Time Scale:
  - Default time scale for this Dragonbones armature.
  - Higher values play faster. Lower values play slower.

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Picture: Play Dragonbones Animation
- Make an existing Dragonbones armature attached to a picture play
  an animation.

  Picture ID:
  - Select which Picture ID to modify.

  Play Animation:
  - Play this animation.

  Finish: Revert Idle:
  - Revert animation to 'idle' animation after finishing?

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Picture: Offset Dragonbones
- Offset the X, Y attachment point of the Dragonbones armature.

  Picture ID:
  - Select which Picture ID to modify.

  Offset: X:
  - X offset value for this Dragonbones armature.

  Offset: Y:
  - Y offset value for this Dragonbones armature.

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Picture: Scale Dragonbones
- Change the scaling values of the Dragonbones armature.

  Picture ID:
  - Select which Picture ID to modify.

  Scale: X:
  - X scaling for this Dragonbones armature.
  - This will be amplified by the picture's scaling value.

  Scale: Y:
  - Y scaling for this Dragonbones armature.
  - This will be amplified by the picture's scaling value.

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Picture: Time Scale Dragonbones
- Change the speed at which Dragonbones animations play.

  Picture ID:
  - Select which Picture ID to modify.

  Time Scale:
  - Time scale for this Dragonbones armature.
  - Higher values play faster. Lower values play slower.

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Elements and Status Menu Core VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Actor Plugin Commands

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Actor: Change Biography (Group)
Actor: Change Biography (Range)
Actor: Change Biography (JS)
- Changes the biography of the selected actor(s).
- Each version has a different means of selecting Actor ID's.

  Step 1: Target ID
  - Select which Actor ID(s) to affect.

  Step 2: Biography
  - Change the biography for target actor(s) to this.
  - Text codes allowed.
  - %1 - Actor's name.

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Actor: Change Trait Sets (Group)
Actor: Change Trait Sets (Range)
Actor: Change Trait Sets (JS)
- Changes the Trait Set(s) of the selected actor(s).
- Each version has a different means of selecting Actor ID's.

  Step 1: Target ID
  - Select which Actor ID(s) to affect.

  Step 2: Change Trait Set
  - Element
  - SubElement
  - Gender
  - Race
  - Nature
  - Alignment
  - Blessing
  - Curse
  - Zodiac
  - Variant
    - Change to the name of the Trait Set to switch actor(s) to.
    - "Unchanged" to leave alone.
    - "Random" to randomize.
      - Random will use the random pool dictated by the Plugin Parameters
        and the Trait Set weights determined there as well.

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Enemy Plugin Commands

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Enemy: Change Trait Sets (Group)
Enemy: Change Trait Sets (Range)
Enemy: Change Trait Sets (JS)
- Changes the Trait Set(s) of the selected enemy(ies).
- Each version has a different means of selecting Enemy Indexes.

  Step 1: Target ID
  - Select which Enemy Index(es) to affect.

  Step 2: Change Trait Set
  - Element
  - SubElement
  - Gender
  - Race
  - Nature
  - Alignment
  - Blessing
  - Curse
  - Zodiac
  - Variant
    - Change to the name of the Trait Set to switch target(s) to.
    - "Unchanged" to leave alone.
    - "Random" to randomize.
      - Random will use the random pool dictated by the Plugin Parameters
        and the Trait Set weights determined there as well.

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Encounter Effects VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Advantage Plugin Commands

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Advantage: Add to Queue
- Add (at the end) to the existing advantage queue the following encounter
 advantages for the upcoming battles.

  Queue:
  - Add to the queue the following advantage options for the
    upcoming battles.
    - Preemptive (Player gains turn advantage)
    - Surprise (Enemies gain turn advantage)
    - No Advantage (Neither party has advantage)
    - Chance (Random encounter advantage chance)

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Advantage: Set Queue
- Declare the exact advantage queue for the upcoming battles.

  Queue:
  - Add to the queue the following advantage options for the
    upcoming battles.
    - Preemptive (Player gains turn advantage)
    - Surprise (Enemies gain turn advantage)
    - No Advantage (Neither party has advantage)
    - Chance (Random encounter advantage chance)

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Advantage: Reset Queue
- Resets the advantage queue for battles.

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Alert Plugin Commands

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Alert: Stealth Mode
- Changes the stealth mode setting for the player.

  Stealth Mode:
  - If Stealth Mode is on, bypass unnoticed alerts.
  - Already alerted events will stay alert.

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Enemy Levels VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Enemy-Related Plugin Commands

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Enemy: Change Level
- Change target enemy(ies) level by a value.

  Enemy Index(es):
  - Select which enemy(ies) to affect.

  Level:
  - Changes level by this value.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Bypass Resist?:
  - Bypasses <Resist Level Change> effect?

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Enemy: Reset Level
- Reset target enemy(ies) level to its original level.

  Enemy Index(es):
  - Select which enemy(ies) to affect.

  Bypass Resist?:
  - Bypasses <Resist Level Change> effect?

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Enemy: Set Level
- Set target enemy(ies) level to a specific value.

  Enemy Index(es):
  - Select which enemy(ies) to affect.

  Level:
  - Sets level to this value.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Bypass Resist?:
  - Bypasses <Resist Level Change> effect?

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Debug-Related Plugin Commands

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DEBUG: View Level Stats
- View the stats of specific enemies for each level.
- This will appear in the Debug Console.

  Enemy Index(es):
  - Select which enemy(ies) to view.

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Enhanced TP System VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Actor Plugin Commands

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Actor: Change TP Mode
- Changes target actor(s) TP Mode.

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which actor(s) to affect.

  TP Mode Name:
  - Change to this TP Mode for selected actor(s).

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Actor: Unlock TP Mode
- Unlocks TP Modes for target actor(s).

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which actor(s) to affect.

  TP Modes:
  - Change to this TP Mode for selected actor(s).

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Actor: Unlock All TP Modes
- Unlocks all TP Modes for target actor(s).

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which actor(s) to affect.

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Enemy Plugin Commands

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Enemy: Change TP Mode
- Changes target enemy(ies) TP Mode.

  Enemy Index(es):
  - Select which enemy(ies) to affect.

  TP Mode Name:
  - Change to this TP Mode for selected enemy(ies).

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System Plugin Commands

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System: Show/Hide TP Mode
- Shows/Hides TP Mode from Scene_Skill.

  Show TP Mode?:
  - Shows/Hides TP Mode in Scene_Skill.

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Events and Movement Core VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Auto Movement Plugin Commands

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Auto Movement: Events
- Allow/stop events from auto movement.

  Value:
  - Allow events to move automatically?

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Call Event Plugin Commands

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Call Event: Remote Activation
- Runs the page of a different event remotely.

  Map ID:
  - Target event's map. Use 0 for current map.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Event ID:
  - The ID of the event to remotely run.
  - Use 0 for current event.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Page ID:
  - The page of the remote event to run.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

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Dash Plugin Commands

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Dash Enable: Toggle
- Enable/Disable Dashing on maps.

  Value:
  - What do you wish to change dashing to?

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Event Icon Plugin Commands

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Event Icon: Change
- Change the icon that appears on an event.

  Map ID:
  - The map the target map. Use 0 for current map.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Event ID:
  - The ID of the target event.
  - Use 0 for current event.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Icon Index:
  - Icon index used for the icon.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Buffer X:
  - How much to shift the X position by?
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Buffer Y:
  - How much to shift the Y position by?
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Blend Mode:
  - What kind of blend mode do you wish to apply to the icon sprite?

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Event Icon: Delete
- Delete the icon that appears on an event.

  Map ID:
  - The map the target map. Use 0 for current map.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Event ID:
  - The ID of the target event.
  - Use 0 for current event.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

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Event Label Plugin Commands

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Event Label: Refresh
- Refresh all Event Labels on screen.
- This is used to refresh page conditions for map changes that don't
  force a refresh.

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Event Label: Visible
- Change the visibility of Event Labels.

  Visibility:
  - What do you wish to change visibility to?

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Event Location Plugin Commands

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Event Location: Save
- Memorize an event's map location so it reappears there the next time the
  map is loaded.

  Event ID:
  - The ID of the target event.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

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Event Location: Delete
- Deletes an event's saved map location.
- The event will reappear at its default location.

  Map ID:
  - The map the target map. Use 0 for current map.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Event ID:
  - The ID of the target event.
  - Use 0 for current event.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

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Event Location: Create
- Creates a custom spawn location for a specific map's event so it appears
  there the next time the map is loaded.

  Map ID:
  - The map the target map. Use 0 for current map.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Event ID:
  - The ID of the target event.
  - Use 0 for current event.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  X Coordinate:
  - The X coordinate of the event.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Y Coordinate:
  - The Y coordinate of the event.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Direction:
  - The direction the event will be facing.

  Optional:

    Page ID:
    - The page of the event to set the move route to.
    - You may use JavaScript code.

    Move Route Index:
    - The point in the move route for this event to be at if the page ID
      matches the rest of the page conditions.

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Event Timer Plugin Commands

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Event Timer: Change Speed
- Changes the timer frame decrease (or increase) speed.

  Speed:
  - How many 1/60ths of a second does each frame increase or decrease by?
  - Negative decreases.
  - Positive increases.
  - JavaScript allowed.

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Event Timer: Expire Event Assign
- Sets a Common Event to run upon expiration.
- Bypasses the default code if one is set.

  Common Event ID:
  - Select the Common Event to run upon the timer's expiration.

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Event Timer: Expire Event Clear
- Clears any set to expire Common Event and instead, run the default
  Game_Timer expiration code.

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Event Timer: Frames Gain
- Chooses how many frames, seconds, minutes, or hours are gained or lost for
  the event timer.

  Frames:
  - How many 1/60ths of a second are gained/lost?
  - Positive for gain.
  - Negative for lost.
  - JavaScript allowed.

  Seconds:
  - How many seconds are gained/lost?
  - Positive for gain.
  - Negative for lost.
  - JavaScript allowed.

  Minutes:
  - How many minutes are gained/lost?
  - Positive for gain.
  - Negative for lost.
  - JavaScript allowed.

  Hours:
  - How many hours are gained/lost?
  - Positive for gain.
  - Negative for lost.
  - JavaScript allowed.

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Event Timer: Frames Set
- Chooses how many frames, seconds, minutes, or hours are set for the event
  timer.

  Frames:
  - Set frame count to this value.
  - Each frame is 1/60th of a second.
  - JavaScript allowed.

  Seconds:
  - Set seconds to this value.
  - JavaScript allowed.

  Minutes:
  - Set minutes to this value.
  - Each minute is 60 seconds.
  - JavaScript allowed.

  Hours:
  - Set hours to this value.
  - Each hour is 60 minutes.
  - JavaScript allowed.

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Event Timer: Pause
- Pauses the current event timer, but does not stop it.

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Event Timer: Resume
- Resumes the current event timer from the paused state.

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Follower Control Plugin Commands

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Follower: Set Global Chase
- Disables all followers from chasing the player or reenables it.

  Chase:
  - Sets all followers to chase the player or not.

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Follower: Set Target Chase
- Disables target follower from chasing the player or reenables it.

  Follower ID:
  - Select which follower ID to disable/reenable chasing for.

  Chase:
  - Sets target follower to chase its target or not.

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Follower: Set Control
- Sets the event commands to target a follower when "Player" is selected as
  the target.

  Follower ID:
  - Select which follower ID to control.
  - 0 is the player.

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Follower: Reset
- Resets all follower controls. Event Commands that target the "Player"
  return to normal and followers chase again.

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Global Switch Plugin Commands

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Global Switch: Get Self Switch A B C D
- Gets the current ON/OFF value from a Self Switch and stores it onto a
  Global Switch.

  Map ID:
  - The map the source map. Use 0 for current map.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Event ID:
  - The ID of the source event.
  - Use 0 for current event.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Letter:
  - Letter of the target event's Self Switch to obtain data from.

  -

  Target Switch ID:
  - The ID of the target switch.

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Global Switch: Get Self Switch ID
- Gets the current ON/OFF value from a Self Switch and stores it onto a
  Global Switch.

  Map ID:
  - The map the source map. Use 0 for current map.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Event ID:
  - The ID of the source event.
  - Use 0 for current event.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Switch ID:
  - The ID of the source switch.

  -

  Target Switch ID:
  - The ID of the target switch.

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Global Variable Plugin Commands

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Global Variable: Get Self Variable ID
- Gets the current stored value from a Self Variable and stores it onto a
  Global Variable.

  Map ID:
  - The map the source map. Use 0 for current map.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Event ID:
  - The ID of the source event.
  - Use 0 for current event.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Variable ID:
  - The ID of the source variable.

  -

  Target Variable ID:
  - The ID of the target variable.

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Morph Event Plugin Commands

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Morph Event: Change
- Runs the page of a different event remotely.

  Step 1:

    Map ID:
    - Target event's map. Use 0 for current map.
    - You may use JavaScript code.

    Event ID:
    - The ID of the target event.
    - Use 0 for current event.
    - You may use JavaScript code.

  Step 2:

    Template Name:
    - Name of the target event template to morph into.
    - Ignored if this is called "Untitled".

    Map ID:
    - Target event's map. Use 0 for current map.
    - You may use JavaScript code.

    Event ID:
    - The ID of the target event.
    - Use 0 for current event.
    - You may use JavaScript code.

    Preserve Morph:
    - Is the morph effect preserved?
    - Or does it expire upon leaving the map?

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Morph Event: Remove
- Remove the morph status of an event.

  Map ID:
  - Target event's map. Use 0 for current map.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Event ID:
  - The ID of the event to remotely run.
  - Use 0 for current event.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Remove Preservation:
  - Also remove the preservation effect?

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Player Icon Plugin Commands

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Player Icon: Change
- Change the icon that appears on on the player.

  Icon Index:
  - Icon index used for the icon.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Buffer X:
  - How much to shift the X position by?
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Buffer Y:
  - How much to shift the Y position by?
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Blend Mode:
  - What kind of blend mode do you wish to apply to the icon sprite?

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Player Icon: Delete
- Delete the icon that appears on the player.

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Self Data Plugin Commands

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Self Data: Reset All
- Reset the Self Switch and Self Variable data of all events within the
  specified map.

  Map ID:
  - The map the target map. Use 0 for current map.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

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Self Switch Plugin Commands

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Self Switch: A B C D
- Change the Self Switch of a different event.

  Map ID:
  - The map the target map. Use 0 for current map.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Event ID:
  - The ID of the target event.
  - Use 0 for current event.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Letter:
  - Letter of the target event's Self Switch to change.

  Value:
  - What value do you want to set the Self Switch to?

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Self Switch: Switch ID
- Change the Self Switch of a different event.

  Map ID:
  - The map the target map. Use 0 for current map.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Event ID:
  - The ID of the target event.
  - Use 0 for current event.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Switch ID:
  - The ID of the target switch.

  Value:
  - What value do you want to set the Self Switch to?

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Self Variable Plugin Commands

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Self Variable: Variable ID
- Change the Self Variable of a different event.

  Map ID:
  - The map the target map. Use 0 for current map.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Event ID:
  - The ID of the target event.
  - Use 0 for current event.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Variable ID:
  - The ID of the target variable.

  Value:
  - What value do you want to set the Self Switch to?

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Spawn Event Plugin Commands

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Spawn Event: Spawn At X, Y
- Spawns desired event at X, Y location on the current map.

  Step 1:

    Template Name:
    - Name of the target event template to spawn as.
    - Ignored if this is called "Untitled".

    Map ID:
    - Target event's map to be used as reference.
    - You may use JavaScript code.

    Event ID:
    - The ID of the target event to be used as reference.
    - You may use JavaScript code.

  Step 2:

    X Coordinate:
    - Target Location to spawn at.
    - You may use JavaScript code.

    Y Coordinate:
    - Target Location to spawn at.
    - You may use JavaScript code.

    Check Event Collision:
    - Check collision with any other events and player?

    Check Passability:
    - Check passability of the target location.

    Preserve Spawn:
    - Is the spawned event preserved?
    - Or does it expire upon leaving the map?

  Step 3:

    Success Switch ID:
    - Target switch ID to record spawning success.
    - Ignore if ID is 0. OFF means failed. ON means success.

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Spawn Event: Spawn At Region
- Spawns desired event at a random region-marked location on the
  current map.

  Step 1:

    Template Name:
    - Name of the target event template to spawn as.
    - Ignored if this is called "Untitled".

    Map ID:
    - Target event's map to be used as reference.
    - You may use JavaScript code.

    Event ID:
    - The ID of the target event to be used as reference.
    - You may use JavaScript code.

  Step 2:

    Region ID(s):
    - Pick region(s) to spawn this event at.

    Check Event Collision:
    - Check collision with any other events and player?

    Check Passability:
    - Check passability of the target location.

    Preserve Spawn:
    - Is the spawned event preserved?
    - Or does it expire upon leaving the map?

  Step 3:

    Success Switch ID:
    - Target switch ID to record spawning success.
    - Ignore if ID is 0. OFF means failed. ON means success.

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Spawn Event: Spawn At Terrain Tag
- Spawns desired event at a random terrain tag-marked location on the
  current map.

  Step 1:

    Template Name:
    - Name of the target event template to spawn as.
    - Ignored if this is called "Untitled".

    Map ID:
    - Target event's map to be used as reference.
    - You may use JavaScript code.

    Event ID:
    - The ID of the target event to be used as reference.
    - You may use JavaScript code.

  Step 2:

    Terrain Tag(s):
    - Pick terrain tag(s) to spawn this event at.
    - Insert numbers between 0 and 7.

    Check Event Collision:
    - Check collision with any other events and player?

    Check Passability:
    - Check passability of the target location.

    Preserve Spawn:
    - Is the spawned event preserved?
    - Or does it expire upon leaving the map?

  Step 3:

    Success Switch ID:
    - Target switch ID to record spawning success.
    - Ignore if ID is 0. OFF means failed. ON means success.

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Spawn Event: Despawn Event ID
- Despawns the selected Event ID on the current map.

  Event ID
  - The ID of the target event.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

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Spawn Event: Despawn At X, Y
- Despawns any spawned event(s) at X, Y location on the current map.

  X Coordinate:
  - Target Location to despawn at.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Y Coordinate:
  - Target Location to despawn at.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

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Spawn Event: Despawn Region(s)
- Despawns the selected Region(s).

  Region ID(s)
  - Pick region(s) and despawn everything inside it.

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Spawn Event: Despawn Terrain Tag(s)
- Despawns the selected Terrain Tags(s) on the current map.

  Terrain Tag(s):
  - Pick terrain tag(s) and despawn everything inside it.
  - Insert numbers between 0 and 7.

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Spawn Event: Despawn Everything
- Despawns all spawned events on the current map.

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Event Title Scene VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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System-Type Plugin Commands

EventTitleScene Example2.gif

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System: Start New Game
- Leaves the current scene and starts a new game.

  Slow Fade Out?:
  - Use a slow fade out transition to the next scene?

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EventTitleScene Command2.png

System: Open Load Scene
- Leaves the current scene and opens the load game scene.

  Slow Fade Out?:
  - Use a slow fade out transition to the next scene?

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System: Open Options Scene
- Leaves the current scene and opens the options scene.

  Slow Fade Out?:
  - Use a slow fade out transition to the next scene?

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Extra Enemy Drops VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Bonus Reward Plugin Commands

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ExtraEnemyDrops Command1.png

Bonus Rewards: Clear
- Clears all bonus drops.

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Bonus Rewards: Set EXP
- Determines additional EXP the player will get in battle by this value.

  EXP:
  - Determines additional EXP the player will get in battle by this value.

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Bonus Rewards: Set Gold
- Determines additional Gold the player will get in battle by this value.

  Gold:
  - Determines additional Gold the player will get in battle by this value.

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Bonus Rewards: Add Item
- Adds the bonus drop the player earns from this battle to have the
  following item given at a specific quantity.

  Item ID:
  - Which item do you wish to give the player?

  Quantity:
  - How many copies of the bonus drop to give the player.

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Bonus Rewards: Add Weapon
- Adds the bonus drop the player earns from this battle to have the
  following weapon given at a specific quantity.

  Weapon ID:
  - Which weapon do you wish to give the player?

  Quantity:
  - How many copies of the bonus drop to give the player.

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Bonus Rewards: Add Armor
- Adds the bonus drop the player earns from this battle to have the
  following armor given at a specific quantity.

  Armor ID:
  - Which armor do you wish to give the player?

  Quantity:
  - How many copies of the bonus drop to give the player.

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Forced Reward Plugin Commands

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Forced Rewards: Clear
- Clears all forced drops.

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Forced Rewards: Set EXP
- Change the amount of EXP the player will get in battle to this value.

  EXP:
  - Change the amount of EXP the player will get in battle to this value.

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Forced Rewards: Set Gold
- Change the amount of Gold the player will get in battle to this value.

  Gold:
  - Change the amount of Gold the player will get in battle to this value.

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Forced Rewards: Add Item
- Adds the forced drop the player earns from this battle to have the
  following item given at a specific quantity.

  Item ID:
  - Which item do you wish to give the player?

  Quantity:
  - How many copies of the forced drop to give the player.

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Forced Rewards: Add Weapon
- Adds the forced drop the player earns from this battle to have the
  following weapon given at a specific quantity.

  Weapon ID:
  - Which weapon do you wish to give the player?

  Quantity:
  - How many copies of the forced drop to give the player.

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ExtraEnemyDrops Command12.png

Forced Rewards: Add Armor
- Adds the forced drop the player earns from this battle to have the
  following armor given at a specific quantity.

  Armor ID:
  - Which armor do you wish to give the player?

  Quantity:
  - How many copies of the forced drop to give the player.

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Visual Drop Plugin Commands

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ExtraEnemyDrops VisualDrops.gif

ExtraEnemyDrops Command13.png

Visual Drops: Visibility
- Sets the visibility of visual drops during battle.

  Visible:
  - Show visual drops during battle?
  - This will be reset at the start of next battle.

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Furniture System VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Furniture Plugin Commands

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Furniture: Add Player Placement
- Start furniture placement mode for a specific template type.
- Player determines the actual position.
- Cannot use this Plugin Command during Furniture Mode.

  Furniture Item:
  - Which furniture item is used to be placed?
  - Non-furniture items won't work.

  Generate Item?:
  - Generate an item for the player?
  - If the player does not have the furniture item in stock, this will not
    work.

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Furniture: Spawn At X, Y
- Spawns desired furniture at X, Y location on the current map.
- Cannot use this Plugin Command during Furniture Mode.

  Furniture Item:
  - Which furniture item is used to be placed?
  - Non-furniture items won't work.

  Template Index:
  - Which template index do you wish to use for the spawned furniture item?
  - Index starts at 0.

  Location:

    X Coordinate:
    Y Coordinate:
    - Target X/Y coordinate to spawn at.
    - You may use JavaScript code.

  Success Switch ID:
  - Target switch ID to record spawning success.
  - Ignore if ID is 0. OFF means failed. ON means success.

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Event At X/Y Plugin Commands

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Event At X/Y: Despawn Furniture
- Completely remove the furniture event at X/Y.
- Can use on either furniture or non-furniture.

  X Coordinate:
  Y Coordinate:
  - Target X/Y coordinate to search for Furniture Event.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

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Event At X/Y: Move Furniture
- Move the furniture item event at X/Y.
- Use on a template event that can be spawned and moved.
- Cannot use this Plugin Command during Furniture Mode.

  X Coordinate:
  Y Coordinate:
  - Target X/Y coordinate to search for Furniture Event.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

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Event At X/Y: Retrieve Furniture
- Retrieve the furniture at X/Y to Player's inventory.
- Use on a template event that can be spawned and moved.

  X Coordinate:
  Y Coordinate:
  - Target X/Y coordinate to search for Furniture Event.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

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This Event Plugin Commands

FurnitureSys Preview.gif

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This Event: Despawn Furniture
- Completely remove this current furniture event.
- Can use on either furniture or non-furniture.

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This Event: Move Furniture
- Move this current furniture item.
- Use on a template event that can be spawned and moved.

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This Event: Retrieve Furniture
- Retrieve this current furniture to Player's inventory.
- Use on a template event that can be spawned and moved.

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Gab Window VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

Gab Plugin Commands

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GabWindowScreen3.png

GabWindowCommand01.png

Gab: Text Only
- Show a Gab Window with the specified settings.

  Text:
  - The text to be shown in the Gab Window.

  Force Gab?:
  - Forced gabs will clear other gabs and display immediately.

  Optional Settings:
  - Change the settings you want to override with this gab.
    Blank settings will use default Plugin Parameter settings.

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Gab: Gab: Text + Face (Any)
- Show a Gab Window with the specified settings.
- Any face graphic can be displayed next to text.

  Text:
  - The text to be shown in the Gab Window.

  Filename:
  - The filename of the face graphic to use.

  Index:
  - This is the index of the face graphic.
  - Index values start at 0.

  Force Gab?:
  - Forced gabs will clear other gabs and display immediately.

  Optional Settings:
  - Change the settings you want to override with this gab.
    Blank settings will use default Plugin Parameter settings.

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Gab: Text + Face (Actor)
- Show a Gab Window with the specified settings.
- Pick an actor's face graphic to show with it.

  Text:
  - The text to be shown in the Gab Window.

  Actor ID:
  - This is the ID of the actor you want the face graphic of.

  Force Gab?:
  - Forced gabs will clear other gabs and display immediately.

  Optional Settings:
  - Change the settings you want to override with this gab.
    Blank settings will use default Plugin Parameter settings.

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Gab: Text + Face (Party)
- Show a Gab Window with the specified settings.
- Pick a party member's face graphic to show with it.

  Text:
  - The text to be shown in the Gab Window.

  Party Member Index:
  - This is the index of the party member you want the face graphic of.
  - Index values start at 0.

  Force Gab?:
  - Forced gabs will clear other gabs and display immediately.

  Optional Settings:
  - Change the settings you want to override with this gab.
    Blank settings will use default Plugin Parameter settings.

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Gab: Text + Map Sprite (Any)
- Show a Gab Window with the specified settings.
- Any map sprite can be displayed next to text.

  Text:
  - The text to be shown in the Gab Window.

  Filename:
  - The filename of the sprite graphic to use.

  Index:
  - This is the index of the sprite graphic.
  - Index values start at 0.

  Force Gab?:
  - Forced gabs will clear other gabs and display immediately.

  Optional Settings:
  - Change the settings you want to override with this gab.
    Blank settings will use default Plugin Parameter settings.

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Gab: Text + Map Sprite (Actor)
- Show a Gab Window with the specified settings.
- Pick an actor's sprite graphic to show with it.

  Text:
  - The text to be shown in the Gab Window.

  Actor ID:
  - This is the ID of the actor you want the map sprite of.

  Force Gab?:
  - Forced gabs will clear other gabs and display immediately.

  Optional Settings:
  - Change the settings you want to override with this gab.
    Blank settings will use default Plugin Parameter settings.

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Gab: Text + Map Sprite (Party)
- Show a Gab Window with the specified settings.
- Pick a party member's sprite graphic to show with it.

  Text:
  - The text to be shown in the Gab Window.

  Party Member Index:
  - This is the index of the party member you want the map sprite of.
  - Index values start at 0.

  Force Gab?:
  - Forced gabs will clear other gabs and display immediately.

  Optional Settings:
  - Change the settings you want to override with this gab.
    Blank settings will use default Plugin Parameter settings.

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Gab: Text + Sideview Actor (Any)
- Show a Gab Window with the specified settings.
- Any Sideview Actor can be displayed next to text.

  Text:
  - The text to be shown in the Gab Window.

  Filename:
  - The filename of the Sideview Actor graphic to use.

  Force Gab?:
  - Forced gabs will clear other gabs and display immediately.

  Optional Settings:
  - Change the settings you want to override with this gab.
    Blank settings will use default Plugin Parameter settings.

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Gab: Text + Sideview Actor (Actor)
- Show a Gab Window with the specified settings.
- Pick an actor's sideview graphic to show with it.

  Text:
  - The text to be shown in the Gab Window.

  Actor ID:
  - This is the ID of the actor you want the sideview graphic of.

  Force Gab?:
  - Forced gabs will clear other gabs and display immediately.

  Optional Settings:
  - Change the settings you want to override with this gab.
    Blank settings will use default Plugin Parameter settings.

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GabWindowCommand10.png

Gab: Text + Sideview Actor (Party)
- Show a Gab Window with the specified settings.
- Pick a party member's sideview graphic to show with it.

  Text:
  - The text to be shown in the Gab Window.

  Party Member Index:
  - This is the index of the party member you want the sideview graphic of.
  - Index values start at 0.

  Force Gab?:
  - Forced gabs will clear other gabs and display immediately.

  Optional Settings:
  - Change the settings you want to override with this gab.
    Blank settings will use default Plugin Parameter settings.

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GabWindowScreen6.png

GabWindowCommand11.png

Gab: Text + Picture
- Show a Gab Window with the specified settings.
- Any picture graphic can be displayed next to text.

  Text:
  - The text to be shown in the Gab Window.

  Filename:
  - The filename of the face graphic to use.

  Stretch Picture:
  - Stretch the picture to fit the window?

  Force Gab?:
  - Forced gabs will clear other gabs and display immediately.

  Optional Settings:
  - Change the settings you want to override with this gab.
    Blank settings will use default Plugin Parameter settings.

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Optional Settings

GabWindowScreen4.png

GabWindowCommandOptional.png

These settings appear in the above Gab Plugin Commands. Opening up the Optional Settings will yield the following:

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DimColor

  Dim Color 1:
  Dim Color 2:
  - The dim colors to use for this Gab Window.
  - Format: rgba(red, green, blue, alpha)

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Fade

  Fade Rate:
  - How fast this Gab Window fades away.

  Fade Direction:
  - The direction this Gab Window fades out in.

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Font

  Font Name:
  - The font name to use for this Gab Window.

  Font Size:
  - The font size to use for this Gab Window.

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Position

  Y Location:
  - The Y coordinate this Gab Window will appear in.
  - Ignore if you are using a locked sprite position.

  Actor ID:
  - The ID of the actor to display this Gab Window above.
  - For Map/Battle.

  Party Index:
  - Index of the party member to display Gab Window above.
  - For Map/Battle. Index values start at 0. Ignore under 0.

  Enemy Index:
  - Index of an enemy battler to display Gab Window above.
  - Battle only. Index values start at 0. Ignore under 0.

  Event ID:
  - The ID of the event to display this Gab Window above.
  - Map only.

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On Display

  Bypass Anti-Repeat:
  - Allows this gab to bypass the Anti-Repeat settings.

  Sound Filename:
  - The filename of the SE to play when the Gab Window shows.

  JS: On Display:
  - Runs this code once this Gab Window shows up.

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On Finish

  Gab Switch:
  - The specified switch will be turned ON when the Gab Window finishes.

  JS: On Finish:
  - Runs this code once this Gab Window finishes.

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Waiting

  Wait Time:
  - The number of frames this Gab Window stays visible.

  Time Per Character:
  - Frames added per Text Character in this Gab Window.

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System Plugin Commands

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GabWindowCommand12.png

System: Clear Gabs
- Clears out the current Gab and any which are queued.

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GabWindowCommand13.png

System: Wait For Gab Completion
- Causes the game to wait until all gabs are finished playing.

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Items and Equips Core VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Actor Plugin Commands

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ItemsEquipsCoreUpdate16 Command1.png

Actor: Change Equip Slots
- Forcefully change the actor(s) equip slots.
- These will persist through class changes.

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which Actor ID(s) to affect.

  Equip Slots:
  - Insert the equip slots you want the actor(s) to have.
  - These entries are case-sensitive.

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ItemsEquipsCoreEquipTypes.png

ItemsEquipsCoreUpdate16 Command2.png

Actor: Reset Equip Slots
- Reset any forced equip slots for the actor(s).
- Equip slots will then be based on class.

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which Actor ID(s) to affect.

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Shop Plugin Commands

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ItemsEquipsCoreShopEquip.png

ItemsEquipsCorePluginCommand1.png

Shop: Advanced
- Make it easier to put together inventories for a shop.
- WARNING: Does not allow for event-specific prices.

  Step 1: Item ID's
  - Select which Item ID ranges to add.

  Step 2: Weapon ID's
  - Select which Weapon ID ranges to add.

  Step 3: Armor ID's
  - Select which Armor ID ranges to add.

  Step 4: Purchase Only?
  - Make the shop purchase-only?

  Optional:

    Blacklist
    - A list of categories to blacklist from the shop.
    - Not used if empty. Mark categories with <Category: x>

    Whitelist
    - A list of categories to whitelist for the shop.
    - Not used if empty. Mark categories with <Category: x>

This Plugin Command primarily functions as an alternative to the editor's
"Shop Processing" event command as that one requires you to add items one at
a time, making it extremely tedious to add large amounts of items. This
Plugin Command will mitigate that by allowing ID ranges to determine which
items to make available.

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Item Crafting System VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

ItemCraftingSys Preview1.png

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Scene

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ItemCraftingSys Command1.png

Scene: Item Crafting (All)
- Go to the Item Crafting scene.
- All enabled recipes will be available.

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ItemCraftingSys Command2.png

Scene: Item Crafting (Custom)
- Go to the Item Crafting scene.
- Select specific items to craft here.
- Some items can only appear through custom lists like this by using the
  <Custom Crafting Only> notetag.

  Items:
  - Select which Item ID(s) to become craftable.

  Weapons:
  - Select which Weapon ID(s) to become craftable.

  Armors:
  - Select which armor ID(s) to become craftable.

  Bypass Switches?:
  - Bypass any of the requirement switches?

  Bypass Masks?:
  - Bypass name masking for uncrafted items?

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Requires:

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Scene: Common Event Return
- Return to the last shop if coming from a Crafting Common Event.
- Requires VisuMZ_2_ShopCommonEvents!

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System

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ItemCraftingSys Command3.png

System: Enable Crafting in Menu?
- Enables/disables Crafting menu inside the main menu.

  Enable/Disable?:
  - Enables/disables Crafting menu inside the main menu.

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ItemCraftingSys Command4.png

System: Show Crafting in Menu?
- Shows/hides Crafting menu inside the main menu.

  Show/Hide?:
  - Shows/hides Crafting menu inside the main menu.

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Lighting Effects VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Overlay Plugin Commands

LightingEffects Quick3.png

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OVERLAY: Change to Preset Color
- Change current darkness overlay to a preset color and opacity level.

  Color:
  - Pick a preset color.
  - This will also come with predetermined opacity values.

  Duration:
  - What is the duration of the color change?

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OVERLAY: Change to Custom Color
- Change current darkness overlay to a custom color.

  Color:
  - Custom color.
  - This uses #rrggbb format.
  - Check your color here: https://htmlcolorcodes.com/

  Opacity:
  - Opacity level of the color.
  - Value between 0-255.
  - Transparent: 0. Opaque: 255.

  Duration:
  - What is the duration of the color change?

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Battle Light Plugin Commands

LightingEffects BattleCore.png

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BATTLE LIGHT: Change Actor(s) Settings
- Change the battle-radial light settings for target(s).

  Actor ID(s):
  - Target actor(s) you want to change light settings for.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Settings:
  - Change the radial light settings for the target(s).

  Behavior:
  - Change the behaviors for this radial light.

  Auto-Calc Radius:
  - Automatically calculates the radius size based on sprite's width/height.

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BATTLE LIGHT: Change Enemy(s) Settings
- Change the battle-radial light settings for target(s).

  Enemy Index(es):
  - Select enemy troop index(es) to change light settings for.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Settings:
  - Change the radial light settings for the target(s).

  Behavior:
  - Change the behaviors for this radial light.

  Auto-Calc Radius:
  - Automatically calculates the radius size based on sprite's width/height.

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Radial Light Plugin Commands

LightingEffects RadialLight.png

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RADIAL LIGHT: Change Player Settings
- Change the radial light settings for the player.

  Settings:
  - Change the radial light settings for the player.
  - See "Radial Light Settings" section below.

  Behavior:
  - Change the behaviors for this radial light.
  - See "Behavior" section below.

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RADIAL LIGHT: Change Follower Settings
- Change the radial light settings for followers.

  Settings:
  - Change the radial light settings for all followers.
  - See "Radial Light Settings" section below.

  Behavior:
  - Change the behaviors for this radial light.
  - See "Behavior" section below.

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RADIAL LIGHT: Change Event(s) Settings
- Change the radial light settings for target event(s).

  Event ID(s):
  - Target event(s) to have their light settings changed.
  - Use 0 for "this event".
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Settings:
  - Change the radial light settings for target event(s).
  - See "Radial Light Settings" section below.

  Behavior:
  - Change the behaviors for this radial light.
  - See "Behavior" section below.

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RADIAL LIGHT: Change Boat Settings
- Change the radial light settings for the boat vehicle.

  Boarded:

    Radial Light:
    - Changed radial light settings for this vehicle.

      Changed Behavior:
      - What are the changed behavioral settings for these radial lights?

  Unboarded:

    Radial Light:
    - Changed radial light settings for this vehicle.

      Changed Behavior:
      - What are the changed behavioral settings for these radial lights?

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RADIAL LIGHT: Change Ship Settings
- Change the radial light settings for the ship vehicle.

  Boarded:

    Radial Light:
    - Changed radial light settings for this vehicle.

      Changed Behavior:
      - What are the changed behavioral settings for these radial lights?

  Unboarded:

    Radial Light:
    - Changed radial light settings for this vehicle.

      Changed Behavior:
      - What are the changed behavioral settings for these radial lights?

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RADIAL LIGHT: Change Airship Settings
- Change the radial light settings for the airship vehicle.

  Boarded:

    Radial Light:
    - Changed radial light settings for this vehicle.

      Changed Behavior:
      - What are the changed behavioral settings for these radial lights?

  Unboarded:

    Radial Light:
    - Changed radial light settings for this vehicle.

      Changed Behavior:
      - What are the changed behavioral settings for these radial lights?

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Conical Light Plugin Commands

LightingEffects ConicalLight.png

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CONICAL LIGHT: Change Player Settings
- Change the conical light settings for the player.

  Settings:
  - Change the conical light settings for the player.
  - See "Conical Light Settings" section below.

  Behavior:
  - Change the behaviors for this conical light.
  - See "Behavior" section below.

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CONICAL LIGHT: Change Follower Settings
- Change the conical light settings for followers.

  Settings:
  - Change the conical light settings for all followers.
  - See "Conical Light Settings" section below.

  Behavior:
  - Change the behaviors for this conical light.
  - See "Behavior" section below.

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CONICAL LIGHT: Change Event(s) Settings
- Change the conical light settings for target event(s).

  Event ID(s):
  - Target event(s) to have their light settings changed.
  - Use 0 for "this event".
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Settings:
  - Change the conical light settings for target event(s).
  - See "Conical Light Settings" section below.

  Behavior:
  - Change the behaviors for this conical light.
  - See "Behavior" section below.

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CONICAL LIGHT: Change Boat Settings
- Change the conical light settings for the boat vehicle.

  Boarded:

    Conical Light:
    - Changed conical light settings for this vehicle.

      Changed Behavior:
      - What are the changed behavioral settings for these conical lights?

  Unboarded:

    Conical Light:
    - Changed conical light settings for this vehicle.

      Changed Behavior:
      - What are the changed behavioral settings for these conical lights?

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CONICAL LIGHT: Change Ship Settings
- Change the conical light settings for the ship vehicle.

  Boarded:

    Conical Light:
    - Changed conical light settings for this vehicle.

      Changed Behavior:
      - What are the changed behavioral settings for these conical lights?

  Unboarded:

    Conical Light:
    - Changed conical light settings for this vehicle.

      Changed Behavior:
      - What are the changed behavioral settings for these conical lights?

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CONICAL LIGHT: Change Airship Settings
- Change the conical light settings for the airship vehicle.

  Boarded:

    Conical Light:
    - Changed conical light settings for this vehicle.

      Changed Behavior:
      - What are the changed behavioral settings for these conical lights?

  Unboarded:

    Conical Light:
    - Changed conical light settings for this vehicle.

      Changed Behavior:
      - What are the changed behavioral settings for these radial lights?

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Conical Offset Plugin Commands

LightingEffects ConicalHandDir.png

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CONICAL OFFSET: Change Actor(s) Settings
- Change the conical light hand offset for target actor(s).

  Actor ID(s):
  - Target actor(s) you want to change offset settings for.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Enable:
  - Change the offset settings for the target(s).

  Hand Position Offsets:
  - Change target(s)'s offsets used for hand positions.

  VS8 Dash Offsets:
  - Change target(s)'s offsets used for hand positions for VS8 sprites
    while dashing.

  VS8 Jump Offsets:
  - Change target(s)'s offsets used for hand positions for VS8 sprites
    while jumping.

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CONICAL OFFSET: Change Event(s) Settings
- Change the conical light hand offset for target event(s).

  Event ID(s):
  - Target event(s) you want to change offset settings for.
  - Use 0 for "this event".
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Enable:
  - Change the offset settings for the target(s).

  Hand Position Offsets:
  - Change target(s)'s offsets used for hand positions.

  VS8 Dash Offsets:
  - Change target(s)'s offsets used for hand positions for VS8 sprites
    while dashing.

  VS8 Jump Offsets:
  - Change target(s)'s offsets used for hand positions for VS8 sprites
    while jumping.

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CONICAL LIGHT: Change Ship Settings
- Change the conical light hand offset for the Ship vehicle.

  Boarded:

    Changed Offsets:
    - Changed offsets used for the "hand" positions of this vehicle.

  Unboarded:

    Changed Offsets:
    - Changed offsets used for the "hand" positions of this vehicle.

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CONICAL LIGHT: Change Airship Settings
- Change the conical light hand offset for the airship vehicle.

  Boarded:

    Changed Offsets:
    - Changed offsets used for the "hand" positions of this vehicle.

  Unboarded:

    Changed Offsets:
    - Changed offsets used for the "hand" positions of this vehicle.

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CONICAL LIGHT: Change Boat Settings
- Change the conical light hand offset for the boat vehicle.

  Boarded:

    Changed Offsets:
    - Changed offsets used for the "hand" positions of this vehicle.

  Unboarded:

    Changed Offsets:
    - Changed offsets used for the "hand" positions of this vehicle.

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Spawn Light Plugin Commands

LightingEffects Spawn.gif

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SPAWN LIGHT: Create Light(s) at Map X/Y
- Map only!
- Create new light spawn(s) locked to the map.
- Use tile coordinates for X and Y.

  Light Settings:

    Settings:
    - Change the radial light settings for the light spawn(s).

    Bheavior:
    - Change the behaviors for the light spawn(s).

  Coordinates X/Y:

    Origin X:
    Origin Y:
    - What is the origin X/Y position?
    - You may use JavaScript code.

  Spawn Settings:

    JS: Trajectory:
    - Code used to determine the trajectory of these lights.
    - These will revolve around the origin X/Y position.

    Initial Time:
    - What is the initial time value for this light spawn(s)?
    - You may use JavaScript code.

      Total Spawns:
      - How many light spawns should there be?
      - Minimum value: 1.
      - You may use JavaScript code.

      Time Increment:
      - What is the time increment between spawns?

    Expiration Timer:
    - After how many frames will light spawn(s) expire?
    - Use 0 for no expiration.
    - You may use JavaScript code.

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SPAWN LIGHT: Create Light(s) at Screen X/Y
- Map only!
- Create new light spawn(s) locked to the screen.
- The light spawn(s) is unaffected by map scrolling.

  Light Settings:

    Settings:
    - Change the radial light settings for the light spawn(s).

    Bheavior:
    - Change the behaviors for the light spawn(s).

  Coordinates X/Y:

    Origin X:
    Origin Y:
    - What is the origin X/Y position?
    - You may use JavaScript code.

  Spawn Settings:

    JS: Trajectory:
    - Code used to determine the trajectory of these lights.
    - These will revolve around the origin X/Y position.

    Initial Time:
    - What is the initial time value for this light spawn(s)?
    - You may use JavaScript code.

      Total Spawns:
      - How many light spawns should there be?
      - Minimum value: 1.
      - You may use JavaScript code.

      Time Increment:
      - What is the time increment between spawns?

    Expiration Timer:
    - After how many frames will light spawn(s) expire?
    - Use 0 for no expiration.
    - You may use JavaScript code.

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SPAWN LIGHT: Create Light(s) on Player
- Map only!
- Create new light spawn(s) following the player.
- The light spawn(s) is unaffected by map scrolling.

  Light Settings:

    Settings:
    - Change the radial light settings for the light spawn(s).

    Bheavior:
    - Change the behaviors for the light spawn(s).

  Spawn Settings:

    JS: Trajectory:
    - Code used to determine the trajectory of these lights.
    - These will revolve around the origin X/Y position.

    Initial Time:
    - What is the initial time value for this light spawn(s)?
    - You may use JavaScript code.

      Total Spawns:
      - How many light spawns should there be?
      - Minimum value: 1.
      - You may use JavaScript code.

      Time Increment:
      - What is the time increment between spawns?

    Expiration Timer:
    - After how many frames will light spawn(s) expire?
    - Use 0 for no expiration.
    - You may use JavaScript code.

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SPAWN LIGHT: Create Light(s) on Follower
- Map only!
- Create new light spawn(s) following the player.
- The light spawn(s) is unaffected by map scrolling.

  Light Settings:

    Settings:
    - Change the radial light settings for the light spawn(s).

    Bheavior:
    - Change the behaviors for the light spawn(s).

  Target:

    Follower Index:
    - Which follower index should the light(s) follow?
    - Index starts at 0.
    - You may use JavaScript code.

  Spawn Settings:

    JS: Trajectory:
    - Code used to determine the trajectory of these lights.
    - These will revolve around the origin X/Y position.

    Initial Time:
    - What is the initial time value for this light spawn(s)?
    - You may use JavaScript code.

      Total Spawns:
      - How many light spawns should there be?
      - Minimum value: 1.
      - You may use JavaScript code.

      Time Increment:
      - What is the time increment between spawns?

    Expiration Timer:
    - After how many frames will light spawn(s) expire?
    - Use 0 for no expiration.
    - You may use JavaScript code.

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SPAWN LIGHT: Create Light(s) on Event
- Map only!
- Create new light spawn(s) following the player.
- The light spawn(s) is unaffected by map scrolling.

  Light Settings:

    Settings:
    - Change the radial light settings for the light spawn(s).

    Bheavior:
    - Change the behaviors for the light spawn(s).

  Target:

    Event ID:
    - Which map event should the light(s) follow?
    - Use 0 for "this event".
    - You may use JavaScript code.

  Spawn Settings:

    JS: Trajectory:
    - Code used to determine the trajectory of these lights.
    - These will revolve around the origin X/Y position.

    Initial Time:
    - What is the initial time value for this light spawn(s)?
    - You may use JavaScript code.

      Total Spawns:
      - How many light spawns should there be?
      - Minimum value: 1.
      - You may use JavaScript code.

      Time Increment:
      - What is the time increment between spawns?

    Expiration Timer:
    - After how many frames will light spawn(s) expire?
    - Use 0 for no expiration.
    - You may use JavaScript code.

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Light-Related Sub Settings

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LightingEffects RadialLight.png

Radial Light Settings

  General:

    Enabled?:
    - Is this radial light enabled?

  Properties:

    Filename:
    - Filename used for the light effect image.
    - If used, ignore Color, Radius, and Intensity.
    - Image will be centered on the target where the center of the image is
      the anchor point and will be rotated.

    Color:
    - Color of the radial light in #rrggbb format.
    - For generated lights only.
    - Ignore if using image.

    Radius:
    - What is the radius of this radial light?
    - For generated lights only.
    - Ignore if using image.

    Intensity:
    - Radial light intensity. Use value between 0 & 1.
    - For generated lights only.
    - Ignore if using image.

  Optional:

    Angle:
    - What is the angle of this radial light?
    - Only noticeable with using images.

      Rotate Speed:
      - The rotation speed of this light?
      - Lower: slower. Higher: faster. Negative: reverse.

    Blend Mode:
    - What kind of blend mode do you wish to apply to the radial light?

    Opacity:
    - What is the opacity (0 to 255)?
    - Lower: dimmer. Higher: Brighter.

  Offsets:

    Offset X:
    - Offset the X position of this light.
    - Negative: left. Positive: right.

    Offset Y:
    - Offset the Y position of this light.
    - Negative: up. Positive: down.

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LightingEffects ConicalLight.png

Conical Light Settings

  General:

    Enabled?:
    - Is this conical light enabled?

  Properties:

    Filename:
    - Filename used for the light effect image.
    - If used, ignore Radius, Color, and Intensity.

      Angle Offset:
      - Offset the image angle by this many degrees.
      - Only applies to images.

      File Anchor X:
      File Anchor Y:
      - Anchor X/Y used for images.
      - For X - Left: 0.0; Center: 0.5; Right: 1.0
      - For Y - Top: 0.0; Middle: 0.5; Bottom: 1.0

    Color:
    - What is the radius of this conical light?
    - For generated lights only.
    - Ignore if using image.

    Radius:
    - What is the radius of this conical light?
    - For generated lights only.
    - Ignore if using image.

      Source Radius:
      - What is the radius of this light source?
      - For generated lights only.
      - Ignore if using image.

    Intensity:
    - Conical light intensity. Use value between 0 & 1.
    - For generated lights only.
    - Ignore if using image.

  Optional:

    Blend Mode:
    - What kind of blend mode do you wish to apply to the conical light?

    Opacity:
    - What is the opacity (0 to 255)?
    - Lower: dimmer. Higher: Brighter.

  Angle:

    Arc Angle:
    - What is the angle of this conical light's arc?

    Angle Sway:
    - How many degrees should this light sway?
    - Use 0 for no sway.

    Sway Speed:
    - How fast should this light sway?
    - Lower: Slower; Higher: Faster

    Randomize Sway?:
    - Change the sway to offset at different starting points?

  Direction:

    Forced Direction?:
    - Force the conical light to face a certain direction?

    Follow Cursor?
    - Follow the mouse cursor?

  Offsets:

    Use Hand Offset?:
    - Put the light source on the target's "hand" position?
    - Disables the two settings below if on.

    Offset X (Non-Hand):
    - Offset the X position of this light.
    - Negative: left. Positive: right.

    Offset Y (Non-Hand):
    - Offset the Y position of this light.
    - Negative: up. Positive: down.

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LightingEffects Blink.gif

LightingEffects Pattern.gif

Behavior

  Blink:

    Blink Rate:
    - What is the rate of occurance for this effect?
    - Use a decimal number between 0 and 1.

    Blink Modifier:
    - Static multiplicative opacity modifier. Before additive.
    - Use a decimal number between -1 and 1. Negatives allowed.

  Flicker:

    Flicker Rate:
    - What is the rate of occurance for this effect?
    - Use a decimal number between 0 and 1.

    Flicker Modifier:
    - Random multiplicative opacity modifier. Before additive.
    - Use a decimal number between -1 and 1. Negatives allowed.

  Flash:

    Flash Rate:
    - What is the rate of occurance for this effect?
    - Use a decimal number between 0 and 1.

    Flash Modifier:
    - Static additive opacity modifier. Before multiplicative.
    - Use a decimal number between -1 and 1. Negatives allowed.

  Flare:

    Flare Rate:
    - What is the rate of occurance for this effect?
    - Use a decimal number between 0 and 1.

    Flare Modifier:
    - Random additive opacity modifier. Before multiplicative.
    - Use a decimal number between -1 and 1. Negatives allowed.

  Glow:

    Glow Rate:
    - What is the glow change for this light?
    - Use a decimal number between 0 and 1.

    Glow Speed:
    - What is the speed at which glow oscillates at?
    - Use a decimal number between 0 and 1.

    Randomize Glow?:
    - Offset the glow to oscillate at different starting points?

  Pulse:

    Pulse Rate:
    - What is the pulse change for this light?
    - Use a decimal number between 0 and 1.

    Pulse Speed:
    - What is the speed at which pulse oscillates at?
    - Use a decimal number between 0 and 1.

    Randomize Pulse?:
    - Offset the pulse to oscillate at different starting points?

  Pattern:

    Pattern Name:
    - Select the pattern name for this light.
    - Ignore if using any Custom Pattern.

    Custom Pattern:
    - Create a custom pattern with letters from a to z.
    - Where 'a' is transparent and 'z' is opaque.

    Frame Delay:
    - What is the frame delay between pattern updates?

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Main Menu Core VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Actor Plugin Commands

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MainMenuCorePluginCommand.png

Actor: Change Menu Image (Group)
Actor: Change Menu Image (Range)
Actor: Change Menu Image (JS)
- Changes the actor's Menu Image.
- Each version has a different means of selecting Actor ID's.

  Actor ID:
  - Select which ID(s) to affect.

  Filename:
  - Selected actor(s) will have their menu images changed to this.

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Menu Command Plugin Commands

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Menu Command: Clear Forced Settings
- Clear any forced settings for the menu command symbols.

  Symbol(s):
  - Insert the symbols of the menu commands here.
  - The symbols are case sensitive.
  - VisuStella is NOT responsible for any errors produced by menus that
    become accessible outside of their intended usage.

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Menu Command: Force Disable
- Forcefully disable specific menu commands via their symbols.
- Matching forced enabled symbols will be overwritten.

  Symbol(s):
  - Insert the symbols of the menu commands here.
  - The symbols are case sensitive.
  - VisuStella is NOT responsible for any errors produced by menus that
    become accessible outside of their intended usage.

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Menu Command: Force Enable
- Forcefully enable specific menu commands via their symbols.
- Matching forced disabled symbols will be overwritten.

  Symbol(s):
  - Insert the symbols of the menu commands here.
  - The symbols are case sensitive.
  - VisuStella is NOT responsible for any errors produced by menus that
    become accessible outside of their intended usage.

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Menu Command: Force Hide
- Forcefully hide specific menu commands via their symbols.
- Matching forced shown symbols will be overwritten.

  Symbol(s):
  - Insert the symbols of the menu commands here.
  - The symbols are case sensitive.
  - VisuStella is NOT responsible for any errors produced by menus that
    become accessible outside of their intended usage.

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Menu Command: Force Show
- Forcefully show specific menu commands via their symbols.
- Matching forced hidden symbols will be overwritten.

  Symbol(s):
  - Insert the symbols of the menu commands here.
  - The symbols are case sensitive.
  - VisuStella is NOT responsible for any errors produced by menus that
    become accessible outside of their intended usage.

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Menu Cursor VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Menu Cursor Plugin Commands

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MenuCursor.gif

MenuCursor Command1.png

Menu Cursor: Change Settings
- Changes the settings for the menu cursor's appearance.

  Appearance Type:
  - Select the appearance type for the menu cursor.

    Icon Index:
    - If "icon" is selected as the appearance type, use this icon as
      the cursor.

    Picture Filename:
    - If "picture" is selected as the appearance type, use this image from
      img/pictures/ as the cursor.

    System Filename:
    - If "system" is selected as the appearance type, use this image from
      img/system/ as the cursor.

    Frame Delay:
    - The frame delay for any animated "picture" or "system" cursors before
      moving onto the next frame.

  Anchor:

    Anchor X:
    Anchor Y:
    - Select the position to determine where the cursor's Anchor
      is located.

  Position:

    Position X:
    Position Y:
    - Select the placement to determine where the cursor's Position
      is located.

  Offset:

    Offset X:
    Offset Y:
    - Select how much to offset the cursor's X/Y position by.

  Wave:

    Wave Type:
    - Determine how the cursor moves while active.

    Speed:
    - Select how fast the cursor oscillates.
    - Lower is slower. Higher is faster.

    Distance:
    - Select how far the cursor sprite will oscillate from its origin.

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Message Core VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Message Plugin Commands

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MessageCoreLargerMessageBox.png

MessageCore Update30 Command1.png

Message: Properties
  Change the various properties of the Message Window.

  Rows:
  - Change the number of Message Window rows.
  - Leave at 0 to keep it unchanged.

  Width:
  - Change the Message Window width in pixels.
  - Leave at 0 to keep it unchanged.

  Word Wrap:
  - Enable or disable Word Wrap for the Message Window?

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MessageCore Update30 Command2.png

Message: X/Y Offsets
- Change the X and Y Offsets of the Message Window.
- The offset value(s) will be saved and stored.

  Offset X:
  - Offset Message Window horizontally.
  - Negative: Left; Positive: Right
  - Message Window coordinates are still restricted via clamping.

  Offset Y:
  - Offset Message Window vertically.
  - Negative: Up; Positive: Down
  - Message Window coordinates are still restricted via clamping.

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Choice Plugin Commands

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MessageCoreExpandedChoices.png

MessageCorePluginCommand2.png

Choice: Properties
  Change the properties found in the Show Choices event command.

  Line Height:
  - Change the line height for the show choices.
  - Leave at 0 to keep this unchanged.

  Max Rows:
  - Maximum number of choice rows to be displayed.
  - Leave at 0 to keep this unchanged.

  Max Columns:
  - Maximum number of choice columns to be displayed.
  - Leave at 0 to keep this unchanged.

  Text Alignment:
  - Text alignment for Show Choice window.

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Picture Plugin Commands

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MessageCore PictureText.png

MessageCore Update33 Command1.png

Picture: Change Text
- Change text for target picture(s) to show.
- You may use text codes.
- Text will adapt to picture's properties.
- Settings will be erased if picture is erased.

  Picture ID(s):
  - The ID(s) of the picture(s) to set text to.

  Padding:
  - How much padding from the sides should there be?

  Text:

    Upper Left:
    Upper Center:
    Upper Right:
    Middle Left:
    Middle Center:
    Middle Right:
    Lower Left:
    Lower Center:
    Lower Right:
    - The text that's aligned to this picture's side.
    - You may use text codes.

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MessageCore Update33 Command2.png

Picture: Erase Text
- Erase all text for target picture(s).

  Picture ID(s):
  - The ID(s) of the picture(s) to erase text for.

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MessageCore Update95 Command1.png

Picture: Refresh Text
- Refreshes the text used for all on-screen pictures.
- To be used if any dynamic text codes are updated like \n[x].

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Message Letter Sounds VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Message Sound Plugin Commands

MsgLetterSounds Preview1.png

Source

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MsgLetterSounds Command1.png

Message Sound: Change
- Change the settings to the Message Sound settings below.

  Filename:
  - Filename of the sound effect played.

  Interval:
  - Interval the sound effect from being played between how many characters?

  Volume:
  - Volume of the sound effect played.

    Variance:
    - When playing the sound effect, vary the volume by how much?

  Pitch:
  - Pitch of the sound effect played.

    Variance:
    - When playing the sound effect, vary the pitch by how much?

  Pan:
  - Pan of the sound effect played.

    Variance:
    - When playing the sound effect, vary the pan by how much?

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MsgLetterSounds Command2.png

Message Sound: Reset
- Resets the settings to the Plugin Parameters settings.

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System Plugin Commands

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MsgLetterSounds Command3.png

System: Enable/Disable Letter Sounds
- Enables/disables Message Letter Sounds for the game.

  Enable/Disable?:
  - Enables/disables Message Letter Sounds for the game.

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Message Log VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Bypass Plugin Commands

MessageLog Preview.gif

MessageLog Command1.png

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Bypass: Message Logging?
- Bypass message logging until turned off.

  Bypass?:
  - Bypasses Message Logging until turned off.

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System Plugin Commands

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MessageLog Command2.png

System: Enable Message Log in Menu?
- Enables/disables Message Log menu inside the main menu.

  Enable/Disable?:
  - Enables/disables Message Log menu inside the main menu.

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MessageLog Command3.png

System: Show Message Log in Menu?
- Shows/hides Message Log menu inside the main menu.

  Show/Hide?:
  - Shows/hides Message Log menu inside the main menu.

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Movement Effects VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Dust Clouds Plugin Commands

MovementEffects DustClouds.gif

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DUST CLOUDS: Enable/Disable
- Enable or Disable the Dust Clouds from spawning when dashing.

  Enable/Disable?:
  - Enables or Disables Dust Clouds.

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DUST CLOUDS: Change Settings
- Alter the existing Dust Clouds settings.

  Appearance:

    Filename:
    - Filename of the Dust Cloud. Leave empty if using none.

    Color:
    - Color of the dust cloud in #rrggbb format.
    - For generated dust clouds only.
    - Ignore if using image.

    Radius:
    - What is the max radius of this dust cloud?
    - For generated dust clouds only.
    - Ignore if using image.

    Fullness:
    - What is the fullness level (0.0 to 1.0)?
    - For generated dust clouds only.
    - Ignore if using image.

  Animation:

    Duration:
    - How many frames will a dust cloud remain on screen?

    Starting Opacity:
    - What is the starting opacity (0-255)?
    - Dust cloud opacity will gradually go to 0.

    Starting Scale:
    - What is the starting scale (0.0 to 1.0)?
    - Dust cloud scale will gradually go to 1.0.

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Footprints and Footsteps Plugin Commands

MovementEffects Footprints2.gif

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FOOTPRINTS: Enable/Disable
- Enable or Disable footprint marks from being made.

  Enable/Disable?:
  - Enables or Disables footprint marks.

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FOOTSTEPS: Enable/Disable
- Enable or Disable footstep sounds from being played.

  Enable/Disable?:
  - Enables or Disables footstep sounds.

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Motion Blur Plugin Commands

MovementEffects MotionBlur.gif

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MOTION BLUR: Player
- Plays a Motion Blur on the player sprite.
- Requires Pixi JS Filters!

  Apply to Followers?:
  - Apply this motion blur effect to followers, too?

  Duration:
  - Play the Motion Blur effect for how many frames?
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Angle Offset:
  - Offset the motion blur angle by this many degrees.
  - Original angle is based on facing direction.

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MOTION BLUR: Follower(s)
- Plays a Motion Blur on the follower sprite(s).
- Requires Pixi JS Filters!

  Follower Index(es):
  - Select which follower index(es) to affect.
  - Index values start at 0.

  Duration:
  - Play the Motion Blur effect for how many frames?
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Angle Offset:
  - Offset the motion blur angle by this many degrees.
  - Original angle is based on facing direction.

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MOTION BLUR: Event(s)
- Plays a Motion Blur on event sprite(s).
- Requires Pixi JS Filters!

  Event ID(s):
  - Select which event(s) to affect.
  - Index values start at 0.

  Duration:
  - Play the Motion Blur effect for how many frames?
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Angle Offset:
  - Offset the motion blur angle by this many degrees.
  - Original angle is based on facing direction.

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Motion Trail Plugin Commands

MovementEffects MotionTrail.gif

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MOTION TRAIL: Change Settings For Player?
- Change Motion Trail settings for the player.
- This does NOT enable them. You must do that separately.

  Apply to Followers?:
  - Apply this change to followers, too?

  Delay:
  - How many frames to delay by when creating a motion trail?
  - The higher the delay, the less after images there are.

  Duration:
  - How many frames should the motion trail last?
  - What do you want to be its duration?

  Hue:
  - What do you want to be the hue for the motion trail?

  Starting Opacity:
  - What starting opacity value do you want for the motion trail?
  - Opacity values decrease over time.

  Tone:
  - What tone do you want for the motion trail?
  - Format: [Red, Green, Blue, Gray]

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MOTION TRAIL: Change Settings For Follower(s)?
- Change Motion Trail settings for the follower(s).
- This does NOT enable them. You must do that separately.

  Follower Index(es):
  - Select which follower index(es) to affect.
  - Index values start at 0.

  Delay:
  - How many frames to delay by when creating a motion trail?
  - The higher the delay, the less after images there are.

  Duration:
  - How many frames should the motion trail last?
  - What do you want to be its duration?

  Hue:
  - What do you want to be the hue for the motion trail?

  Starting Opacity:
  - What starting opacity value do you want for the motion trail?
  - Opacity values decrease over time.

  Tone:
  - What tone do you want for the motion trail?
  - Format: [Red, Green, Blue, Gray]

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MOTION TRAIL: Change Settings For Event(s)?
- Change Motion Trail settings for the event(s).
- This does NOT enable them. You must do that separately.

  Event ID(s):
  - Select which event(s) to affect.
  - Use "0" for "this event".

  Delay:
  - How many frames to delay by when creating a motion trail?
  - The higher the delay, the less after images there are.

  Duration:
  - How many frames should the motion trail last?
  - What do you want to be its duration?

  Hue:
  - What do you want to be the hue for the motion trail?

  Starting Opacity:
  - What starting opacity value do you want for the motion trail?
  - Opacity values decrease over time.

  Tone:
  - What tone do you want for the motion trail?
  - Format: [Red, Green, Blue, Gray]

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MOTION TRAIL: Create For Player
- Immediately create a motion trail sprite for the player in the player's
  current position.

  Apply to Followers?:
  - Apply this effect to followers, too?

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MOTION TRAIL: Create For Follower(s)
- Immediately create a motion trail sprite for the follower(s) in the
  follower(s)'s current position.

  Follower Index(es):
  - Select which follower index(es) to affect.
  - Index values start at 0.

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MOTION TRAIL: Create For Event(s)
- Immediately create a motion trail sprite for the event(s) in the
  event(s)'s current position.

  Event ID(s):
  - Select which event(s) to affect.
  - Use "0" for "this event".

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MOTION TRAIL: Enable For Player?
- Enables/disables Motion Trails for player sprite.

  Apply to Followers?:
  - Apply this change to followers, too?

  Enable/Disable?
  - Enables or Disables Motion Trails.

  Immediately Create?
  - Immediately create a motion trail?
  - Requires "Enabled" setting to also be true.

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MOTION TRAIL: Enable For Follower(s)?
- Enables/disables Motion Trails for follower sprite(s).

  Follower Index(es):
  - Select which follower index(es) to affect.
  - Index values start at 0.

  Enable/Disable?
  - Enables or Disables Motion Trails.

  Immediately Create?
  - Immediately create a motion trail?
  - Requires "Enabled" setting to also be true.

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MOTION TRAIL: Enable For Event(s)?
- Enables/disables Motion Trails for event sprite(s).

  Event ID(s):
  - Select which event(s) to affect.
  - Use "0" for "this event".

  Enable/Disable?
  - Enables or Disables Motion Trails.

  Immediately Create?
  - Immediately create a motion trail?
  - Requires "Enabled" setting to also be true.

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Smart Movement Plugin Commands

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SMART: Directional Move Speed Modifier
- Global!
- These settings allow you to adjust the movement speed modifiers when
  characters are facing certain directions.
- This can be used to help give a better illusion that in a storm (or such),
  it is harder to move against the wind than with.

  Standard Directions:

    Down Speed:
    Left Speed:
    Right Speed:
    Up Speed:
    - What is the movement speed modifier for this direction?
    - These affect all characters, from players to followers to events.
    - Moving slower goes down 1 speed level.
    - Moving faster goes up 1 speed level.

  Diagonal Directions:

    Lower Left:
    Lower Right:
    Upper Left:
    Upper Right:
    - What is the movement speed modifier for this direction?
    - These affect all characters, from players to followers to events.
    - Moving slower goes down 1 speed level.
    - Moving faster goes up 1 speed level.

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MovementEffects SmartBlink.gif

SMART: Smart Blink X Tiles
- Player uses "Smart Blink" to teleport forward a distance.
- If this is last listed command, this can collide with events.

  Mechanics:

    Distance:
    - How many tiles will the player teleport forward?
    - You may use JavaScript code.

    Cooldown:
    - How many frames must the player wait before reuse?
    - You may use JavaScript code.

    Common Event ID:
    - If the Smash Blink is successful, play this Common Event as a
      Once Parallel.
    - Use 0 for none.
    - This will NOT play if the player cannot Smart Blink.

  Restrictions:

    Non-Land Regions:
    - Which regions forbid Smart Blink from landing on it?
    - Adds to map, tileset, and Plugin Parameter settings.

    Non-Land Terrain Tags:
    - Which tags forbid Smart Blink from landing on it?
    - Adds to map, tileset, and Plugin Parameter settings.

    Non-Pass Regions:
    - Which regions will block Smart Blink from going further?
    - Adds to map, tileset, and Plugin Parameter settings.

    Non-Pass Terrain Tags:
    - Which tags will block Smart Blink from going further?
    - Adds to map, tileset, and Plugin Parameter settings.

  Visuals:

    Animation ID:
    - What animation do you wish to play on the player if the player can
      Smart Blink?
    - This will NOT play if the player cannot Smart Blink.

    Motion Trail Settings:
    - Adjust the motion trail settings for this Smart Movement.
    - For more details, look in the sub section below.

  Sound Effect:

    Filename:
    - Filename of the sound effect played for a successful Smart Blink.
    - This will NOT play if the player cannot Smart Blink.

    Volume:
    - Volume of the sound effect played for a successful Smart Blink.
    - This will NOT play if the player cannot Smart Blink.

    Pitch:
    - Pitch of the sound effect played for a successful Smart Blink.
    - This will NOT play if the player cannot Smart Blink.

    Pan:
    - Pan of the sound effect played for a successful Smart Blink.
    - This will NOT play if the player cannot Smart Blink.

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MovementEffects SmartJump.gif

SMART: Smart Jump X Tiles
- Player uses "Smart Jump" to leap forward a distance.
- If this is last listed command, this can collide with events.

  Mechanics:

    Distance:
    - How many tiles will the player jump forward?
    - You may use JavaScript code.

    Cooldown:
    - How many frames must the player wait before reuse?
    - You may use JavaScript code.

    Common Event ID:
    - If the Smash Jump is successful, play this Common Event as a
      Once Parallel.
    - Use 0 for none.
    - This will NOT play if the player cannot Smart Jump.

  Restrictions:

    Non-Land Regions:
    - Which regions forbid Smart Jump from landing on it?
    - Adds to map, tileset, and Plugin Parameter settings.

    Non-Land Terrain Tags:
    - Which tags forbid Smart Jump from landing on it?
    - Adds to map, tileset, and Plugin Parameter settings.

    Non-Pass Regions:
    - Which regions will block Smart Jump from going further?
    - Adds to map, tileset, and Plugin Parameter settings.

    Non-Pass Terrain Tags:
    - Which tags will block Smart Jump from going further?
    - Adds to map, tileset, and Plugin Parameter settings.

  Visuals:

    Animation ID:
    - What animation do you wish to play on the player if the player can
      Smart Jump?
    - This will NOT play if the player cannot Smart Jump.

    Motion Trail Settings:
    - Adjust the motion trail settings for this Smart Movement.
    - For more details, look in the sub section below.

  Sound Effect:

    Filename:
    - Filename of the sound effect played for a successful Smart Jump.
    - This will NOT play if the player cannot Smart Jump.

    Volume:
    - Volume of the sound effect played for a successful Smart Jump.
    - This will NOT play if the player cannot Smart Jump.

    Pitch:
    - Pitch of the sound effect played for a successful Smart Jump.
    - This will NOT play if the player cannot Smart Jump.

    Pan:
    - Pan of the sound effect played for a successful Smart Jump.
    - This will NOT play if the player cannot Smart Jump.

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MovementEffects SmartRush.gif

SMART: Smart Rush X Tiles
- Player uses "Smart Rush" to rush forward a distance.
- If this is last listed command, this can collide with events.

  Mechanics:

    Distance:
    - How many tiles will player charge forward?
    - You may use JavaScript code.

    Cooldown:
    - How many frames must the player wait before reuse?
    - You may use JavaScript code.

    Common Event ID:
    - If the Smash Rush is successful, play this Common Event as a
      Once Parallel.
    - Use 0 for none.
    - This will NOT play if the player cannot Smart Rush.

    Switch(es):
    - Which Switch(es) will turn ON during Smart Rush?
    - This Switch(es) will also turn OFF after.

  Visuals:

    Animation ID:
    - What animation do you wish to play on the player if the player can
      Smart Rush?
    - This will NOT play if the player cannot Smart Rush.

    Motion Trail Settings:
    - Adjust the motion trail settings for this Smart Movement.
    - For more details, look in the sub section below.

    Speed Rate:
    - How much faster is "Smart Rush" compared to Dashing?
    - You may use JavaScript code.

  Sound Effect:

    Filename:
    - Filename of the sound effect played for a successful Smart Rush.
    - This will NOT play if the player cannot Smart Rush.

    Volume:
    - Volume of the sound effect played for a successful Smart Rush.
    - This will NOT play if the player cannot Smart Rush.

    Pitch:
    - Pitch of the sound effect played for a successful Smart Rush.
    - This will NOT play if the player cannot Smart Rush.

    Pan:
    - Pan of the sound effect played for a successful Smart Rush.
    - This will NOT play if the player cannot Smart Rush.

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Motion Trail Settings
- These are sub-settings found for Smart Blink, Smart Jump, and Smart Rush.

  General:

    Override?:
    - Override Motion Trail settings temporarily?
    - Otherwise, use current player Motion Trail settings.

  Settings:

    Delay:
    - How many frames to delay by when creating a motion trail?
    - The higher the delay, the less after images there are.

    Duration:
    - How many frames should the motion trail last?
    - What do you want to be its duration?

    Hue:
    - What do you want to be the hue for the motion trail?

    Starting Opacity:
    - What starting opacity value do you want for the motion trail?
    - Opacity values decrease over time.

    Tone:
    - What tone do you want for the motion trail?
    - Format: [Red, Green, Blue, Gray]

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SMART: Wait for Smart Blink
- Waits for player to finish Smart Blinking before continuing.

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SMART: Wait for Smart Jump
- Waits for player to finish Smart Jumping before continuing.

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SMART: Wait for Smart Rush
- Waits for player to finish Smart Rushing before continuing.

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Smooth Camera Plugin Commands

MovementEffects SmoothCam.gif

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SMOOTH CAMERA: Enable/Disable
- Enable or Disable the Smooth Camera.

  Enable/Disable?:
  - Enables or Disables Smooth Camera.

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SMOOTH CAMERA: Speed Change
- Change the scrolling speed for the Smooth Camera.

  Walk Speed:

    Horizontal Rate:
    - Horizontal walking scroll rate adjustment.
    - Lower: faster; Higher: slower

    Vertical Rate:
    - Vertical walking scroll rate adjustment.
    - Lower: faster; Higher: slower

  Dash Speed:

    Horizontal Rate:
    - Horizontal dashing scroll rate adjustment.
    - Lower: faster; Higher: slower

    Vertical Rate:
    - Vertical dashing scroll rate adjustment.
    - Lower: faster; Higher: slower

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New Game Plus VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Save Plugin Commands

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NewGamePlus Preview1.png

NewGamePlus Command1.png

Save: New Game+
- Opens up the Save menu for the player to save a New Game+ file.
- Only works from map scene.

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Transition Plugin Commands

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NewGamePlus Preview1.png

NewGamePlus Command2.png

Transition: New Game+
- Transitions the current game directly into a New Game+.
- Only works from map scene.

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One Time Purchase VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Mode Plugin Commands

OneTimePurchase Preview.png

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OneTimePurchase Command1.png

Mode: Enable One Time Purchase Mode?
- Enables/disables One Time Purchase mode for shops.

  Enable/Disable?:
  - Enables/disables One Time Purchase mode for shops.
    - One Time Purchase
    - Unlimited Purchase

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Remote Event Plugin Commands

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OneTimePurchase Command2.png

Remote Event: Open Last Shop
- Reopens the last shop for remote event, retaining any and all sold items
  in their main shop settings.
- One Time Purchase settings are not saved and have to be manually reenabled.

  Remote:

    Map ID:
    - ID of map, remote event is on. Use 0 for this map.
    - You may use JavaScript code.

    Event ID:
    - ID of remote event.
    - You may use JavaScript code.

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This Event Plugin Commands

OneTimePurchase Preview.png

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OneTimePurchase Command3.png

This Event: Open Last Shop
- Reopens the last shop for this event, retaining any and all sold items in
  their main shop settings.
- One Time Purchase settings are not saved and have to be manually reenabled.

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Party System VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Party Plugin Commands

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PartySystemScene1.png

PartySystemCommand1.png

Party: Call Party Scene
- Calls the party changing scene.

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PartySystemMenu1.png

PartySystemCommand2.png

Party: Change Max Battle Members
- Changes the number of max battle members possible.
- Cannot be use mid-battle.

  Max Members:
  - Changes the number of max battle members possible.
  - Use 0 for the game's default number.

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PartySystemScene3.png

PartySystemCommand3.png

Party: Lock/Unlock Member(s)
- Allows you to lock/unlock a party member.
- Locked actors cannot change their party position.

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which actor(s) to lock/unlock.
  - Locked actors cannot change their party position.

  Lock?:
  - Lock the selected actor(s)?

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PartySystem Update24 Command1.png

Party: Move Actor(s) to Active
- Map Only.
- Moves an actor to the active party if there is room.
- The actor needs to have joined the party.

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which actor(s) to move to the active party if there is room.

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PartySystem Update24 Command2.png

Party: Move Actor(s) to Reserve
- Map Only.
- Moves an actor to the reserve party.
- Must be 1 actor left.
- The actor needs to have joined the party.

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which actor(s) to move to the reserve party.

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PartySystem Update25 Command1.png

Party: Move Party Index to Reserve
- Map only.
- Moves an actor in a specific party index to reserve.
- Must be 1 actor left.

  Index:
  - Type in which index to move.
  - Index values start at 0.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

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PartySystem Update25 Command2.png

Party: Move Random Reserve to Active
- Map only.
- Moves a random actor from the reserve party to active.
- Must be enough space in active party.

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PartySystemScene3.png

PartySystemCommand4.png

Party: Require Member(s)
- Allows you to require/free a party member.
- Required actors must be in the party to exit the scene.

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which actor(s) to require/free.
  - Required actors must be in the party to exit the scene.

  Require?:
  - Make the selected actor(s) required?

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Picture Choices VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Clear Plugin Commands

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PictureChoices Command1.png

Clear: All Selection Settings
- Clears all selection settings for all pictures 1 through 100.

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PictureChoices Command2.png

Clear: Picture ID(s) Selection Settings
- Clears all selection settings for the ID'd pictures.

  Picture ID(s):
  - Select which Picture ID(s) to clear.

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Clear: Picture Range Selection Settings
- Clears all selection settings for the picture ID's in range.

  Starting ID:
  - The starting ID of the picture binds to clear.

  Ending ID:
  - The ending ID of the picture binds to clear.

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Picture Settings Plugin Commands

PictureChoices Example.gif

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Picture Settings: Change ID(s)
- Changes select and deselect settings for the picture ID(s).

  Step 1:

    Picture ID(s):
    - Select which Picture ID(s) to change settings for.

  Step 2:

    On Select Settings:
    - Picture settings when selecting that choice.

    On Deselect Settings:
    - Picture settings when deselecting that choice.

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Picture Settings: Change ID(s)
- Changes select and deselect settings for the picture ID(s).

  Step 1:

    Starting ID:
    - The starting ID of the picture binds to clear.

    Ending ID:
    - The ending ID of the picture binds to clear.

  Step 2:

    On Select Settings:
    - Picture settings when selecting that choice.

    On Deselect Settings:
    - Picture settings when deselecting that choice.

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Picture Settings
- These are the settings used for "On Select" and "On Deselect" settings.

  Easing:

    Duration:
    - Insert a number to determine duration of the changed settings when
      applied.

    Easing Type:
    - Select which easing type you wish to apply.
    - Many of these choices require VisuMZ_0_CoreEngine.

  Position:

    Target X:
    Target Y:
    - Insert a number to determine new X/Y position.
    - Use 'Unchanged' to not change the X/Y position.

    Target Width %:
    Target Height %:
    - Insert a number to determine new width/height.
    - 'Unchanged' for no changes.
    - For 100%, use 100.

  Blend:

    Target Opacity:
    - Insert a number to determine new opacity level.
    - 'Unchanged' for no changes.
    - Use a number between 0 and 255.

    Blend Mode:
    - What kind of blend mode do you wish to apply to the picture?

  Tone:

    Target Tone Red:
    Target Tone Green:
    Target Tone Blue:
    - Insert a number to determine new red/green/blue tone tint.
    - 'Unchanged' for no changes.
    - Use a number between -255 and 255.

    Target Tone Gray:
    - Insert a number to determine new red/green/blue tone tint.
    - 'Unchanged' for no changes.
    - Use a number between 0 and 255.

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Picture Common Events VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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System Plugin Commands

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System: Change Picture Common Event
- Change the Common Event bound to specific picture(s).

  Picture ID(s):
  - Select which Picture ID(s) to change.

  Common Event ID:
  - Change the Common Event bound to specific picture(s).

  Custom

    Opaque Only?
    - Ignore clicks on transparent pixels and accept only opaque pixels for
      this specific picture.

      Error Margin:
      - Error margin when clicking for opaque pixels.
      - This value determines the radius.

    Change Tone on Hover?
    - Change the tone of the picture on hover?

      Hover Tone:
      - Tone settings upon hovering.
      - Format: [Red, Green, Blue, Gray]

    Blend Mode on Hover:
    - The blend mode used when this picture is hovered over.

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System: Clear All Picture Common Events
- Clears all Common Event bound to specific picture(s).

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System: Clear Picture Common Event
- Clears any Common Event bound to specific picture(s).

  Picture ID(s):
  - Select which Picture ID(s) to clear.

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System: Erase & Clear All Pictures
- Erases all pictures on the screen and clears their Common Events.

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System: Erase & Clear Picture
- Erases and clears any Common Events attached to specific picture(s).

  Picture ID(s):
  - Select which Picture ID(s) to erase and clear.

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Proximity Compass VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Compass Plugin Commands

ProximityCompass.gif

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Compass: Show/Hide Proximity Compass
- Show or hide the Proximity Compass.
- Does not bypass user settings.

  Setting:
  - Show or hide the Proximity Compass.
  - Does not bypass user settings.

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Compass: Change Player Icon
- Change the player icon to a different icon.

  Icon Index:
  - This is the icon you wish to change the player icon to.

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Minimap Plugin Commands

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Minimap: Clear Explored Minimap
- Clears target map's exploration progress for the large minimap.
- Does not work on maps with <Already Explored> notetag.

  Map ID:
  - ID of the map you wish to clear exploration progress for.
  - Use '0' for current map.
  - You may use JavaScript.

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Minimap: Fully Reveal Minimap
- Fully reveals the minimap for target map.

  Map ID:
  - ID of the map you wish to reveal map for.
  - Use '0' for current map.
  - You may use JavaScript.

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Minimap: Toggle Large Minimap
- Show, hide, or toggle the large minimap.
- Requires Minimaps to be enabled.

  Show/Hide?:
  - Show, hide, or toggle the large minimap.

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Quest Journal System VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Quest Plugin Commands

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Quest: Add/Complete/Fail/Remove
- Adds quest(s) to be known/completed/failed.
- Or removes them.

  Quest Keys:
  - Insert the quest key(s) here.
  - Each quest key must be unique.

  Status:
  - Change the status to this.
    - Add to Known
    - Add to Completed
    - Add to Failed
    - Remove from All

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Quest: Description Change
- Changes the description of the quest(s) to a ID.

  Quest Keys:
  - Insert the quest key(s) here.
  - Each quest key must be unique.

  Description ID:
  - Change the description of the quest(s) to a different ID.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

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Quest: Objectives Change
- Changes the objective(s) status of the quest(s).

  Quest Keys:
  - Insert the quest key(s) here.
  - Each quest key must be unique.

  Objective ID(s):
  - Select the objective ID(s) to change.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Status:
  - Change the status of the objective(s) to this.
    - Show Objective(s)
    - Complete Objective(s)
    - Fail Objective(s)
    - Remove Objective(s)

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Quest: Quote Quote
- Changes the quote of the quest(s) to a ID.

  Quest Keys:
  - Insert the quest key(s) here.
  - Each quest key must be unique.

  Subtext ID:
  - Change the quote of the quest(s) to a different ID.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

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Quest: Rewards Change
- Changes the reward(s) status of the quest(s).

  Quest Keys:
  - Insert the quest key(s) here.
  - Each quest key must be unique.

  Reward ID(s):
  - Select the reward ID(s) to change.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Status:
  - Change the status of the reward(s) to this.
    - Show Reward(s)
    - Claim Reward(s)
    - Deny Reward(s)
    - Remove Reward(s)

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Quest: Subtext Change
- Changes the subtext of the quest(s) to a ID.

  Quest Keys:
  - Insert the quest key(s) here.
  - Each quest key must be unique.

  Subtext ID:
  - Change the subtext of the quest(s) to a different ID.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

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Tracker Plugin Commands

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Tracker: Change Quest
- Changes the tracked quest.

  Quest Key:
  - Insert the quest key here.

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Tracker: Refresh Window
- Refreshes the quest tracker window.

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Tracker: Show/Hide Window
- Can forcefully hide window.
- Showing will depend on the player's Options setting.

  Show/Hide?:
  - Shows/hides the tracker window on the map.

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System Plugin Commands

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System: Call Scene_Quest
- Opens Scene_Quest for the player.
- Does not work in battle.

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System: Enable Quests in Menu?
- Enables/disables quest menu inside the main menu.

  Enable/Disable?:
  - Enables/disables quest menu inside the main menu.

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System: Show Quests in Menu?
- Shows/hides quest menu inside the main menu.

  Show/Hide?:
  - Shows/hides quest menu inside the main menu.

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Randomize Shop VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Remote Event Plugin Commands

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Remote Event: Create New Randomized Shop
- Creates a new shop instance registered for remote event with
  randomized items.

  Remote:

    Map ID:
    - ID of map, remote event is on.
    - Use 0 for this map.
    - You may use JavaScript code.

    Event ID:
    - ID of remote event.
    - You may use JavaScript code.

  Shop:

    Item ID(s)
    - Select which items can appear in the random pool.

      Total #:
      - How many items will appear from the list?
      - You may use JavaScript code.

    Weapon ID(s)
    - Select which weapons can appear in the random pool.

      Total #:
      - How many weapons will appear from the list?
      - You may use JavaScript code.

    Armor ID(s)
    - Select which armors can appear in the random pool.

      Total #:
      - How many armors will appear from the list?
      - You may use JavaScript code.

  Settings:

    Open After?:
    - Open the shop after creating data?

    Absolute Maximum:
    - Absolute maximum number of items in shop.
    - If there are more, trim at random.

    Allow Duplicates?:
    - Allow duplicate entries of items, weapons, and armors?
    - This is primarily used for other plugins.
    - Prices for duplicate items will be equal to the price of the first
      instance of that item type.
      - This is how it is, even in vanilla RPG Maker MZ.

    Purchase Only?:
    - Make the shop purchase-only?

    Price Variance?:
    - Allow the shop to have variance in prices from their base values?

      Variance Rate:
      - What variance rate do you wish to use?
      - 0.0 = 0%, 0.1 = 10%; 1.0 = 100%

    Price Rate:
    - Final price rate (applied after everything else).
    - 0.0 = 0%, 0.1 = 10%; 1.0 = 100%

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Remote Event: Create New JS Shop
- Creates a new shop instance registered for remote event
  with items determined through JavaScript.

  Remote:

    Map ID:
    - ID of map, remote event is on.
    - Use 0 for this map.
    - You may use JavaScript code.

    Event ID:
    - ID of remote event.
    - You may use JavaScript code.

  Shop:

    JS: Goods:
    - Code used to determine the goods that appear in remote shop.

  Settings:

    Open After?:
    - Open the shop after creating data?

    Purchase Only?:
    - Make the shop purchase-only?

    Price Variance?:
    - Allow the shop to have variance in prices from their base values?

      Variance Rate:
      - What variance rate do you wish to use?
      - 0.0 = 0%, 0.1 = 10%; 1.0 = 100%

    Price Rate:
    - Final price rate (applied after everything else).
    - 0.0 = 0%, 0.1 = 10%; 1.0 = 100%

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Remote Event: Open Last Shop
- Reopens the last shop for remote event, retaining any and all randomized
  items in their order and main shop settings.
- One Time Purchase settings are not saved and have to be manually reenabled.

  Remote:

    Map ID:
    - ID of map, remote event is on.
    - Use 0 for this map.
    - You may use JavaScript code.

    Event ID:
    - ID of remote event.
    - You may use JavaScript code.

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This Event Plugin Commands

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This Event: Create New Randomized Shop
- Creates a new shop instance registered for this event
  with randomized items.

  Shop:

    Item ID(s)
    - Select which items can appear in the random pool.

      Total #:
      - How many items will appear from the list?
      - You may use JavaScript code.

    Weapon ID(s)
    - Select which weapons can appear in the random pool.

      Total #:
      - How many weapons will appear from the list?
      - You may use JavaScript code.

    Armor ID(s)
    - Select which armors can appear in the random pool.

      Total #:
      - How many armors will appear from the list?
      - You may use JavaScript code.

  Settings:

    Open After?:
    - Open the shop after creating data?

    Absolute Maximum:
    - Absolute maximum number of items in shop.
    - If there are more, trim at random.

    Allow Duplicates?:
    - Allow duplicate entries of items, weapons, and armors?
    - This is primarily used for other plugins.
    - Prices for duplicate items will be equal to the price of the first
      instance of that item type.
      - This is how it is, even in vanilla RPG Maker MZ.

    Purchase Only?:
    - Make the shop purchase-only?

    Price Variance?:
    - Allow the shop to have variance in prices from their base values?

      Variance Rate:
      - What variance rate do you wish to use?
      - 0.0 = 0%, 0.1 = 10%; 1.0 = 100%

    Price Rate:
    - Final price rate (applied after everything else).
    - 0.0 = 0%, 0.1 = 10%; 1.0 = 100%

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This Event: Create New JS Shop
- Creates a new shop instance registered for this event
  with items determined through JavaScript.

  Shop:

    JS: Goods:
    - Code used to determine the goods that appear in this shop.

  Settings:

    Open After?:
    - Open the shop after creating data?

    Purchase Only?:
    - Make the shop purchase-only?

    Price Variance?:
    - Allow the shop to have variance in prices from their base values?

      Variance Rate:
      - What variance rate do you wish to use?
      - 0.0 = 0%, 0.1 = 10%; 1.0 = 100%

    Price Rate:
    - Final price rate (applied after everything else).
    - 0.0 = 0%, 0.1 = 10%; 1.0 = 100%

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This Event: Open Last Shop
- Reopens the last shop for this event, retaining any and all randomized
  items in their order and main shop settings.
- One Time Purchase settings are not saved and have to be manually reenabled.

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Shop Common Events VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Return Plugin Commands

ShopCommonEvents Preview.gif

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Return: To Last Shop
- Return to the last shop if coming from a Shop Common Event.

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Save Core VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Autosave Plugin Commands

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Autosave: Enable/Disable
- Enable or Disable Autosave
- Requires Database => System 1 => [x] Enable Autosave

  Enable or Disable?:
  - Enable or disable autosave?

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Autosave: (Stage 1) Request
- Autosaves the game at current point if enabled.
- Requires Database => System 1 => [x] Enable Autosave
- Autosave does not go through if it is neither enabled in the database or
  in-game through the "Autosave: Enable/Disable" plugin command.
- This Plugin Command will not autosave if the player turned off "Autosave"
  in the Options Menu.

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Autosave: (Stage 2) Execute
- Executes autosaves the game at the current point.
- Requires Database => System 1 => [x] Enable Autosave
- This will require autosave to be enabled through the database, but it will
  ignore the "Autosave: Enable/Disable" plugin command state.
- This Plugin Command will not autosave if the player turned off "Autosave"
  in the Options Menu.

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Autosave: (Stage 3) Force
- Forces autosaves the game at the current point.
- Requires Database => System 1 => [x] Enable Autosave
- This will require autosave to be enabled through the database, but it will
  ignore the "Autosave: Enable/Disable" plugin command state.

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Save Plugin Commands

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Save: Current Slot
- Process the game's current save at the current point.
- Must be outside of battle and on the map.

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Save: Set Description
- Set the description text that will appear in the save files.

  Text:
  - Insert desired save description text here.
  - Text codes supported.
  - \V[x], \N[x], \P[x] are save local.
  - Other text codes will draw data from the currently active game.

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Save: Set Picture
- Set the picture that would appear in the save file.

  Filename:
  - Input the filename here of the desired picture.

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Skill Cooldowns VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Actor Plugin Commands

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Actor: Skill Cooldown
- Change cooldowns for a specific skill(s).

  Step 1: Actor ID(s):
  - Select which Actor Target ID(s) to affect.

  Step 2: Skill ID(s):
  - Select which Skill ID(s) to affect.

  Step 3: Operation:
  - Set the operation used. =, +, -, *, /, %

  Step 4: Value
  - Select the modifying value.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

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Actor: SType Cooldown
- Change cooldowns for all skills of a skill type(s).

  Step 1: Actor ID(s):
  - Select which Actor Target ID(s) to affect.

  Step 2: Skill Type ID(s):
  - Select which Skill Type ID(s) to affect.

  Step 3: Operation:
  - Set the operation used. =, +, -, *, /, %

  Step 4: Value
  - Select the modifying value.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

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Actor: Global Cooldown
- Change cooldowns for all skills for target(s).

  Step 1: Actor ID(s):
  - Select which Actor Target ID(s) to affect.

  Step 2: Operation:
  - Set the operation used. =, +, -, *, /, %

  Step 3: Value
  - Select the modifying value.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

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Enemy Plugin Commands

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Enemy: Skill Cooldown
- Change cooldowns for a specific skill(s).

  Step 1: Enemy Index(es):
  - Select which Enemy Index(es) to affect.

  Step 2: Skill ID(s):
  - Select which Skill ID(s) to affect.

  Step 3: Operation:
  - Set the operation used. =, +, -, *, /, %

  Step 4: Value
  - Select the modifying value.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

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Enemy: SType Cooldown
- Change cooldowns for all skills of a skill type(s).

  Step 1: Enemy Index(es):
  - Select which Enemy Index(es) to affect.

  Step 2: Skill Type ID(s):
  - Select which Skill Type ID(s) to affect.

  Step 3: Operation:
  - Set the operation used. =, +, -, *, /, %

  Step 4: Value
  - Select the modifying value.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

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Enemy: Global Cooldown
- Change cooldowns for all skills for target(s).

  Step 1: Enemy Index(es):
  - Select which Enemy Index(es) to affect.

  Step 2: Operation:
  - Set the operation used. =, +, -, *, /, %

  Step 3: Value
  - Select the modifying value.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

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Skill Learn System VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Ability Points Plugin Commands

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Ability Points: Gain
- The target actor(s) gains Ability Points.
- Gained amounts are affected by Ability Point bonus rates.

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which Actor ID(s) to affect.

  Class ID(s):
  - Select which Class ID(s) to gain Ability Points for.
  - Use "0" for the current class.

  Ability Points:
  - Determine how many Ability Points will be gained.
  - You may use code.

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Ability Points: Add
- The target actor(s) receives Ability Points.
- Received amounts are NOT affected by Ability Point bonus rates.

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which Actor ID(s) to affect.

  Class ID(s):
  - Select which Class ID(s) to receive Ability Points for.
  - Use "0" for the current class.

  Ability Points:
  - Determine how many Ability Points will be added.
  - You may use code.

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Ability Points: Lose
- The target actor(s) loses Ability Points.
- Lost amounts are NOT affected by Ability Point bonus rates.

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which Actor ID(s) to affect.

  Class ID(s):
  - Select which Class ID(s) to lose Ability Points for.
  - Use "0" for the current class.

  Ability Points:
  - Determine how many Ability Points will be lost.
  - You may use code.

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Ability Points: Set
- Changes the exact Ability Points for the target actor(s).
- Changed amounts are NOT affected by Ability Point bonus rates.

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which Actor ID(s) to affect.

  Class ID(s):
  - Select which Class ID(s) to change Ability Points for.
  - Use "0" for the current class.

  Ability Points:
  - Determine how many Ability Points will be set exactly to.
  - You may use code.

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Skill Points Plugin Commands

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Skill Points: Gain
- The target actor(s) gains Skill Points.
- Gained amounts are affected by Skill Point bonus rates.

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which Actor ID(s) to affect.

  Class ID(s):
  - Select which Class ID(s) to gain Skill Points for.
  - Use "0" for the current class.

  Skill Points:
  - Determine how many Skill Points will be gained.
  - You may use code.

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Skill Points: Add
- The target actor(s) receives Skill Points.
- Received amounts are NOT affected by Skill Point bonus rates.

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which Actor ID(s) to affect.

  Class ID(s):
  - Select which Class ID(s) to receive Skill Points for.
  - Use "0" for the current class.

  Skill Points:
  - Determine how many Skill Points will be added.
  - You may use code.

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Skill Points: Lose
- The target actor(s) loses Skill Points.
- Lost amounts are NOT affected by Skill Point bonus rates.

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which Actor ID(s) to affect.

  Class ID(s):
  - Select which Class ID(s) to lose Skill Points for.
  - Use "0" for the current class.

  Skill Points:
  - Determine how many Skill Points will be lost.
  - You may use code.

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Skill Points: Set
- Changes the exact Skill Points for the target actor(s).
- Changed amounts are NOT affected by Skill Point bonus rates.

  Actor ID(s):
  - Select which Actor ID(s) to affect.

  Class ID(s):
  - Select which Class ID(s) to change Skill Points for.
  - Use "0" for the current class.

  Skill Points:
  - Determine how many Skill Points will be set exactly to.
  - You may use code.

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System Plugin Commands

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System: Show Skill Learn in Skill Menu?
- Shows/hides Skill Learn inside the skill menu.

  Show/Hide?:
  - Shows/hides Skill Learn inside the skill menu.

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Variable Gauges VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Battle Plugin Commands

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Battle: Add Variable Gauge(s)
- Adds Variable Gauge(s) to be visible in battle.

  Key(s):
  - List the key(s) of the Variable Gauge(s) you want visible in battle.

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Battle: Remove Variable Gauge(s)
- Remove Variable Gauge(s) from view in battle.

  Key(s):
  - List the key(s) of the Variable Gauge(s) you want removed from battle.

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Battle: Remove All Gauge(s)
- Remove All Variable Gauge(s) from view in battle.

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Map Plugin Commands

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Map: Add Variable Gauge(s)
- Adds Variable Gauge(s) to be visible on the map.

  Key(s):
  - List the key(s) of the Variable Gauge(s) you want visible on the map.

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Map: Remove Variable Gauge(s)
- Remove Variable Gauge(s) from view in battle.

  Key(s):
  - List the key(s) of the Variable Gauge(s) you want removed from the
    map scene.

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Map: Remove All Gauge(s)
- Remove All Variable Gauge(s) from view on the map.

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Refresh Plugin Commands

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Refresh: All Variable Gauge(s)
- Refresh all Variable Gauges currently visible.

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Refresh: Target Variable Gauge(s)
- Refresh Target Variable Gauges currently visible.

  Key(s):
  - List the key(s) of the Variable Gauge(s) you want refreshed.

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System Plugin Commands

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System: Variable Gauge Visibility
- Shows/hides all variable gauges on the screen.

  Visibility:
  - Shows/hides all Variable Gauges on the screen.

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Victory Aftermath VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Actor Plugin Commands

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VictoryAftermathLevelUpNew.png

VictoryAftermathPluginCommand1.png

Actor: Add Level Up Quotes
- Add new entries target actor's level up quotes.

  Actor ID:
  - Select ID of target actor to add quotes for.

  New Quotes:
  - Add new entries to actor's level up quotes.
  - Text codes allowed. %1 - Actor's Name

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VictoryAftermathSkillLearnNew.png

VictoryAftermathPluginCommand2.png

Actor: Add New Skill Quotes
- Add new entries target actor's new skill quotes.

  Actor ID:
  - Select ID of target actor to add quotes for.

  New Quotes:
  - Add new entries to actor's new skill quotes.
  - Text codes allowed. %1 - Actor's Name

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VictoryAftermathPluginCommand3.png

Actor: Clear Level Up Quotes
- Clear target actor's level up quotes.

  Actor ID:
  - Select ID of target actor to clear quotes for.

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VictoryAftermathPluginCommand4.png

Actor: Clear New Skill Quotes
- Clear target actor's new skill quotes.

  Actor ID:
  - Select ID of target actor to clear quotes for.

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System Plugin Commands

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VictoryAftermathPluginCommand5.png

System: Bypass Victory Motion
- Bypass actors performing their victory motion?

  Bypass?:
  - Bypass actors performing their victory motion?

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VictoryAftermathPluginCommand6.png

System: Bypass Victory Music
- Bypass playing the victory music?

  Bypass?:
  - Bypass playing the victory music?

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VictoryAftermathPluginCommand7.png

System: Bypass Victory Phase
- Bypass the entire victory phase and all aspects about it?

  Bypass?:
  - Bypass the entire victory phase and all aspects about it?

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Visual Battle Environment VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Back Environment-Type Plugin Commands

VisualBattleEnv Ani2.gif

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Back Environment: Add/Change
- Adds/changes the target back environment.

  Settings:

    ID:
    - Select the target environment ID to add/change.
    - Lower ID's appear below. Higher ID's appear above.

    Folder and Filename:
    - What is the folder and filename?

  Extra Settings:
  - Extra settings that can be altered for the environment object.
  - For details, refer to section below.

    Duration:
    - How many frames would it take to alter settings?

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Back Environment: Fade Opacity
- Fades the target back environment(s) opacity to a different value.

  ID(s):
  - Target which back environment(s)?
  - Cannot target the default battlebacks.

  Target Opacity:
  - What opacity level to this value (0-255).
  - You may use JavaScript code to determine the value.

  Duration:
  - How many frames should this change take?
  - You may use JavaScript code to determine the value.

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VisualBattleEnv Command3.png

Back Environment: Remove
- Removes target back environment(s).

  ID(s):
  - Remove which back environment(s)?
  - Cannot remove the default battlebacks.

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Front Environment-Type Plugin Commands

VisualBattleEnv Ani1.gif

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VisualBattleEnv Command4.png

Front Environment: Add/Change
- Adds/changes the target front environment.

  Settings:

    ID:
    - Select the target environment ID to add/change.
    - Lower ID's appear below. Higher ID's appear above.

    Folder and Filename:
    - What is the folder and filename?

  Extra Settings:
  - Extra settings that can be altered for the environment object.
  - For details, refer to section below.

    Duration:
    - How many frames would it take to alter settings?

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VisualBattleEnv Command5.png

Front Environment: Fade Opacity
- Fades the target front environment(s) opacity to a different value.

  ID(s):
  - Target which front environment(s)?
  - Cannot target the default battlebacks.

  Target Opacity:
  - What opacity level to this value (0-255).
  - You may use JavaScript code to determine the value.

  Duration:
  - How many frames should this change take?
  - You may use JavaScript code to determine the value.

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VisualBattleEnv Command6.png

Front Environment: Remove
- Removes target front environment(s).

  ID(s):
  - Remove which front environment(s)?
  - Cannot remove the default battlebacks.

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Extra-Settings

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VisualBattleEnv Ani1.gif

VisualBattleEnv Ani2.gif

VisualBattleEnv CommandExtra.png

Extra Settings
- These settings are used for both the "Back Environment: Add/Change" and
  "Front Environment: Add/Change" Plugin Commands.

  Appearance:

    Scale Style:
    - The scaling style used for this environment image.
      - Battle Core Setting
      - MZ (MZ's default style)
      - 1:1 (No Scaling)
      - Scale To Fit (Scale to screen size)
      - Scale Down (Scale Downward if Larger than Screen)
      - Scale Up (Scale Upward if Smaller than Screen)

    Opacity:
    - What is the opacity level for this image?
    - You may use JavaScript code.

    Blend Mode:
    - What kind of blend mode do you wish to apply to the image?
    - You may use JavaScript code.
      - Normal
      - Additive
      - Multiply
      - Screen

    Hue:
    - Do you wish to adjust this image's hue?
    - You may use JavaScript code.

    Hue Shift:
    - How much do you want the hue to shift each frame?
    - You may use JavaScript code.

    Color Tone:
    - What tone do you want for the graphic?
    - Format: [Red, Green, Blue, Gray]

  Scrolling:

    Horizontal Scroll:
    - What is the horizontal scroll speed?
    - Use a negative value to invert the direction.

    Vertical Scroll:
    - What is the vertical scroll speed?
    - Use a negative value to invert the direction.

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Visual Fogs VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Fog Plugin Commands

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VisualFogs Preview1.gif

VisualFogs Command1.png

Fog: Add/Change Settings
- Add/Change settings for target fog.
- Does not alter the map editor's fog.

  Required:

    ID:
    - What is the ID of this fog to be added/changed?

    Filename:
    - What is the filename of the fog?

  Optional Settings:

    Scrolling:

      Map Lock?:
      - Lock the fog to the map's scrolling?
      - Automatically enable if the filename starts with "!"

      Loop Horizontally?:
      - Loop the fog horizontally?
      - Does not work with Map Lock enabled.

        Scroll:
        - What is the horizontal scroll speed?
        - Use a negative value to invert the direction.

      Loop Vertically?:
      - Loop the fog vertically?
      - Does not work with Map Lock enabled.

        Scroll:
        - What is the vertical scroll speed?
        - Use a negative value to invert the direction.

    Appearance:

      Opacity:
      - What is the opacity level for this fog?
      - You may use JavaScript code.

      Blend Mode:
      - What kind of blend mode do you wish to apply to the fog?
      - You may use JavaScript code.
        - Normal
        - Additive
        - Multiply
        - Screen

      Hue:
      - Do you wish to adjust this fog's hue?
      - You may use JavaScript code.

      Hue Shift:
      - How much do you want the hue to shift each frame?
      - You may use JavaScript code.

      Color Tone:
      - What tone do you want for the fog?
      - Format: [Red, Green, Blue, Gray]

    Location:

      Regions:
      - Which regions will show this fog?
      - Does not work with 0. Leave empty to ignore.

      Terrain Tags:
      - Which terrain tags will show this fog?
      - Does not work with 0. Leave empty to ignore.

      Tile Blur:
      - What's the blur level you wish to use for tiles?
      - You may use JavaScript code.

      Tile Spill:
      - What's the spill amount you wish to use for tiles?
      - You may use JavaScript code.

    Vignette:

      Type:
      - What vignette do you want to use for this fog?
      - This will override location settings.

      Custom:
      - Do you wish to use a custom vignette instead?
      - Automatically changes the type to "Custom".

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VisualFogs Preview3.gif

VisualFogs Command2.png

Fog: Fade Opacity
- Fades the target fog(s) opacity to a different value.

  ID(s):
  - Target which fog(s)?
  - Cannot target the map editor's fog.

  Target Opacity:
  - What opacity level to this value (0-255).
  - You may use JavaScript code to determine the value.

  Duration:
  - How many frames should this change take?
  - You may use JavaScript code to determine the value.

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VisualFogs Command3.png

Fog: Remove
- Removes target fog(s).

  ID(s):
  - Remove which fog(s)?
  - Cannot remove the map editor's fog.

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Visual Novel Picture Busts VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Basic-Bust Plugin Commands

VNPicBust Basic EnterExitChange.gif

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BASIC: Enter Bust
- Generic entrance for ONE picture bust.
- Walks in from a little behind and fades in.

  Picture ID:
  - What is the Picture ID to associate with this bust?
  - You may use JavaScript code.

    Picture File:
    - What picture file do you wish to use?

    Origin:
    - What kind of origin setting do you wish to use for this bust?
    - Upper Left
    - Center
    - Bust

  Screen Position:
  - Insert a screen position value from 0 to 10.
  - Coordinates are determined by Plugin Parameters.
  - Refer to "Quick Understanding on How Busts Work" to understand how
    "Predetermined Positioning" positioning works by default.

    Start Offset X:
    - What starting position to enter the bust from?
    - Negative: behind; Positive: front.
    - You may use JavaScript.

    Start Offset Y:
    - What starting position to enter the bust from?
    - Negative: up; Positive: down.
    - You may use JavaScript.

    Entrance Easing:
    - Select which easing type you wish to apply.

  Horizontal Mirror:
  - Apply horizontal mirroring for this bust?
    - None
    - Mirror
    - Auto
    - Auto-Reverse

  Duration:
  - Duration in frames for the bust entrance.

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BASIC: Exit Bust(s)
- Generic exit for picture bust(s).
- Walks back and fades out.

  Picture ID(s):
  - What Picture ID(s) to associate with this command?
  - You may use JavaScript code.

    End Offset X:
    - What end position to exit the bust to?
    - Negative: behind; Positive: front.
    - You may use JavaScript.

    End Offset Y:
    - What end position to exit the bust to?
    - Negative: up; Positive: down.
    - You may use JavaScript.

    Exit Easing:
    - Select which easing type you wish to apply.

    Flip Direction:
    - Flip direction when exiting?

  Duration:
  - Duration in frames for the bust exit.

  Auto-Erase?:
  - Automatically erase the bust(s) after fading out completely?

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BASIC: Graphic Change
- Changes ONE bust's graphic without changing any of its other properties.
- Useful for quickly changing facial expressions or poses.

  Picture ID:
  - What is the Picture ID to associate with this bust?
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Picture File:
  - What picture file do you wish to use?

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VNPicBust Basic Mirror.gif

VNPicBust Basic Command4.png

BASIC: Mirror Bust(s)
- Change the facing direction the bust(s).
- This alters the horizontal scaling of the bust(s).

  Picture ID(s):
  - What Picture ID(s) to associate with this command?
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Horizontal Mirror:
  - How do you wish to affect the mirroring for the bust(s)?
    - None
    - Mirror
    - Auto
    - Auto-Reverse
    - Toggle

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VNPicBust Basic Origin.gif

VNPicBust Basic Command5.png

BASIC: Origin Change Bust(s)
- Change the origin/anchor for bust(s).

  Picture ID(s):
  - What Picture ID(s) to associate with this command?
  - You may use JavaScript code.

    Origin:
    - Pick what kind of origin setting to use for this bust?
    - "Bust" value is based on Plugin Parameters.
      - Upper Left
      - Center
      - Bust

  Duration:
  - Duration in frames for the origin change.

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VNPicBust Basic Animation.gif

VNPicBust Basic Command6.png

BASIC: Play Animation on Bust(s)
- Plays a specific battle animation on bust(s).

  Picture ID(s):
  - What Picture ID(s) to associate with this command?
  - You may use JavaScript code.

    Battle Animation ID:
    - Select which battle animation to play on bust.

      Mirror Animation?:
      - Mirror the animation effect?

  Wait For Animation?:
  - Wait until the animation is finished before continuing?

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Breathing Plugin Commands

VNBusts Breathing.gif

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BREATHING: Start
- Starts breathing aspect for selected bust(s).
- Makes it look like the bust graphic is more alive.

  Picture ID(s):
  - What Picture ID(s) to associate with this command?
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Speed:

    Speed X:
    Speed Y:
    - Speed used for the horizontal/vertical breathing cycle.
    - Higher is slower.
    - You may use JavaScript.

  Rate:

    Rate X:
    Rate Y:
    - Rate used for the horizontal/vertical breathing cycle.
    - Determines change amount.
    - You may use JavaScript.

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BREATHING: Stop
- Stops breathing aspect for selected bust(s).
- The bust graphic becomes static.

  Picture ID(s):
  - What Picture ID(s) to associate with this command?
  - You may use JavaScript code.

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Fade-Bust Plugin Commands

VNPicBust Fading.gif

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VNPicBust Fade Command1.png

FADE: Fade In Bust(s)
- Brings selected picture bust(s) opacity levels to 255.

  Picture ID(s):
  - What Picture ID(s) to associate with this command?
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Duration:
  - Duration in frames for the bust fade in.

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VNPicBust Fade Command2.png

FADE: Fade Out Bust(s)
- Brings selected picture bust(s) opacity levels to 0.

  Picture ID(s):
  - What Picture ID(s) to associate with this command?
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Duration:
  - Duration in frames for the bust fade out.

    Auto-Erase?:
    - Automatically erase the bust(s) after fading out completely?

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FADE: Opacity By X, Bust(s)
- Adjusts selected picture bust(s) opacity levels relatively.

  Picture ID(s):
  - What Picture ID(s) to associate with this command?
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Adjust Opacity:
  - Adjust opacity value of pictures by this amount.
  - Negative: Lower, Positive: Higher.
  - You may use JavaScript.

  Duration:
  - Duration in frames for the bust fading.

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VNPicBust Fade Command4.png

FADE: Opacity To X, Bust(s)
- Brings selected picture bust(s) opacity levels to a custom value.

  Picture ID(s):
  - What Picture ID(s) to associate with this command?
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Target Opacity:
  - What opacity value do you wish to adjust the bust to?
  - Use a value between 0 and 255.

  Duration:
  - Duration in frames for the bust fading.

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Fidgeting Plugin Commands

VNBusts Fidgeting.gif

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VNBusts Update100 Command3.png

FIDGETING: Start
- Starts fidgeting aspect for selected bust(s).
- Bust graphic moves back and forth.

  Picture ID(s):
  - What Picture ID(s) to associate with this command?
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Speed:

    Speed X:
    Speed Y:
    - Speed used for the horizontal/vertical fidgeting cycle.
    - Higher is slower.
    - You may use JavaScript.

  Distance:

    Distance X:
    Distance Y:
    - Max distance used for the horizontal/vertical fidgeting cycle.
    - Determines change amount.
    - You may use JavaScript.

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VNBusts Update100 Command4.png

FIDGETING: Stop
- Stops fidgeting aspect for selected bust(s).
- The bust graphic becomes stationary.

  Picture ID(s):
  - What Picture ID(s) to associate with this command?
  - You may use JavaScript code.

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Movement-Bust Plugin Commands

VNPicBust Movement.gif

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VNPicBust Movement Command1.png

MOVE: Move Bust(s) By Coordinates
- Move bust(s) relative to current coordinates(s).

  Picture ID(s):
  - What Picture ID(s) to associate with this command?
  - You may use JavaScript code.

    Move By X:
    - Negative: left; Positive: right; "Unchanged" for none.
    - You may use JavaScript.

    Move By Y:
    - Negative: up; Positive: down; "Unchanged" for none.
    - You may use JavaScript.

    Move Easing:
    - Select which easing type you wish to apply.

  Flip Direction:
  - Flip direction when moving?

  Duration:
  - Duration in frames for the bust movement.

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MOVE: Move Bust(s) By Position
- Move bust(s) relative to current position(s).

  Picture ID(s):
  - What Picture ID(s) to associate with this command?
  - You may use JavaScript code.

    Move By Position:
    - Negative: left; Positive: right; "Unchanged" for none.
    - You may use JavaScript.
    - Results between 0 and 10.

    Move Easing:
    - Select which easing type you wish to apply.

  Flip Direction:
  - Flip direction when moving?

  Duration:
  - Duration in frames for the bust movement.

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VNPicBust Movement Command3.png

MOVE: Move Bust(s) to Coordinates
- Move bust(s) to exact coordinates(s).

  Picture ID(s):
  - What Picture ID(s) to associate with this command?
  - You may use JavaScript code.

    Target X:
    - Target X coordinate.
    - "Unchanged" for no changes.
    - You may use JavaScript.

    Target Y:
    - Target Y coordinate.
    - "Unchanged" for no changes.
    - You may use JavaScript.

    Move Easing:
    - Select which easing type you wish to apply.

  Flip Direction:
  - Flip direction when moving?

  Duration:
  - Duration in frames for the bust movement.

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MOVE: Move Bust(s) to Position
- Move bust(s) to the predetermined position.

  Picture ID(s):
  - What Picture ID(s) to associate with this command?
  - You may use JavaScript code.

    Target Position:
    - Target predetermined position from 0 to 10.
    - You may use JavaScript.

    Move Easing:
    - Select which easing type you wish to apply.

  Flip Direction:
  - Flip direction when moving?

  Duration:
  - Duration in frames for the bust movement.

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MOVE: Reset Bust(s) to Position
- Reset bust(s) to the current position(s).

  Picture ID(s):
  - What Picture ID(s) to associate with this command?
  - You may use JavaScript code.

    Move Easing:
    - Select which easing type you wish to apply.

  Flip Direction:
  - Flip direction when moving?

  Duration:
  - Duration in frames for the bust movement.

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Scaling-Bust Plugin Commands

VNPicBust Scaling.gif

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SCALE: Scale Bust(s) By
- Scale bust(s) by specific amounts.
- Value scale: 100 = 100% = 1.0

  Picture ID(s):
  - What Picture ID(s) to associate with this command?
  - You may use JavaScript code.

    Scale X By:
    - Alter (additively) the X scaling value by this.
    - You may use JavaScript.

    Scale Y By:
    - Alter (additively) the Y scaling value by this.
    - You may use JavaScript.

  Duration:
  - Duration in frames for the bust scaling.

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VNPicBust Scaling Command2.png

SCALE: Scale Bust(s) To
- Scale bust(s) to specific values.
- Value scale: 100 = 100% = 1.0

  Picture ID(s):
  - What Picture ID(s) to associate with this command?
  - You may use JavaScript code.

    Scale X By:
    - Set X scaling value to this.
    - You may use JavaScript.
    - "Unchanged" for no changes.

    Scale Y By:
    - Set Y scaling value to this.
    - You may use JavaScript.
    - "Unchanged" for no changes.

  Duration:
  - Duration in frames for the bust scaling.

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VNPicBust Scaling Command3.png

SCALE: Scale Reset Bust(s)
- Resets the scale for bust(s) to the default settings in the
  Plugin Parameters.

  Picture ID(s):
  - What Picture ID(s) to associate with this command?
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Duration:
  - Duration in frames for the bust scaling.

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Swaying Plugin Commands

VNBusts Swaying.gif

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VNBusts Update100 Command5.png

SWAYING: Start
- Starts swaying aspect for selected bust(s).
- Bust graphic moves back and forth.

  Picture ID(s):
  - What Picture ID(s) to associate with this command?
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Speed:

    Angle Speed:
    - Speed used for the swaying cycle.
    - Higher is slower.
    - You may use JavaScript.

  Angle:

    Angle Sway:
    - Max angle used for the swaying cycle.
    - Determines change amount.
    - You may use JavaScript.

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VNBusts Update100 Command6.png

SWAYING: Stop
- Stops swaying aspect for selected bust(s).
- The bust graphic becomes stationary.

  Picture ID(s):
  - What Picture ID(s) to associate with this command?
  - You may use JavaScript code.

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Tone/Tint-Bust Plugin Commands

VNPicBust Tone.gif

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VNPicBust Tone Command1.png

TONE: Bright Bust(s)
- Brighten bust(s) to use the Tone settings found in the Plugin Parameters.

  Picture ID(s):
  - What Picture ID(s) to associate with this command?
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Duration:
  - Duration in frames for the tone change.

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VNPicBust Tone Command2.png

TONE: Dim Bust(s)
- Dims bust(s) to use the Tone settings found in the Plugin Parameters.

  Picture ID(s):
  - What Picture ID(s) to associate with this command?
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Duration:
  - Duration in frames for the tone change.

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VNPicBust Tone Command3.png

TONE: Normal Bust(s)
- Normalize bust(s) to no tone at all.

  Picture ID(s):
  - What Picture ID(s) to associate with this command?
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Duration:
  - Duration in frames for the tone change.

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VNPicBust Tone Command4.png

TONE: Preset Tone for Bust(s)
- Use RPG Maker MZ's present tones/tints for bust(s).

  Picture ID(s):
  - What Picture ID(s) to associate with this command?
  - You may use JavaScript code.

    Preset Name:
    - What tone preset do you wish to apply?
      - Normal
      - Dark
      - Sepia
      - Sunset
      - Night

  Duration:
  - Duration in frames for the tone change.

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VNPicBust Tone Command5.png

TONE: Target Tone for Bust(s)
- Use a custom target tone for the bust(s).

  Picture ID(s):
  - What Picture ID(s) to associate with this command?
  - You may use JavaScript code.

    Custom Tone:
    - What tone do you want for the bust(s)?
    - Format: [Red, Green, Blue, Gray]

  Duration:
  - Duration in frames for the tone change.

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Visual Text Window VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Text Window Plugin Commands

VisualTextWindow Preview1.png

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VisualTextWindow Command1.png

Text Window: Add/Change Settings
- Adds a newly created visual text window to the scene.
- Or changes an existing one with new settings.

  Required:

    ID:
    - What is the ID of this Visual Text Window to be added/changed?

    Text:
    - What text would you like to display here?
    - Text codes can be used.

    Customized Settings:

      Coordinates:

        X:
        Y:
        - What is the X/Y coordinates of this window?
        - You may use JavaScript code.

        Width:
        Height:
        - What is the width/height of this window?
        - You may use JavaScript code. Type 'auto' to auto-size it.

      Alignment:

        Horizontal:
        - Window alignment based on the X coordinate?
        - This is NOT text alignment.
          - left
          - center
          - right

        Vertical:
        - Window alignment based on the Y coordinate?
        - This is NOT text alignment.
          - top
          - middle
          - bottom

      Appear:

        Auto-Color?
        - Enable Auto-Color for this Visual Text Window?

        Type:
        - How does this window appear on the screen if it was closed before?
          - Instant - Window appears instantly
          - Open - Window opens up

      Background:

        Type:
        - Select background type for this window.
          - Window
          - Dim
          - Transparent

        Opacity:
        - What is this window's background opacity level?
        - You may use JavaScript code.

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VisualTextWindow Command2.png

Text Window: Refresh
- Refreshes target Visual Text Window(s) on the screen.

  ID(s):
  - Refresh which Visual Text Window(s)?

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VisualTextWindow Command3.png

Text Window: Remove
- Remove target Visual Text Window(s) and its settings.

  ID(s):
  - Remove which Visual Text Window(s)?

  Removal Type:
  - How does this window disappear from the screen upon removal?
    - Instant - Window disappears instantly
    - Close - Window closes, then removes itself

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Visual Parallaxes VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Parallax Plugin Commands

VisualParallaxes Preview1.gif

VisualParallaxes Command1.png

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Parallax: Add/Change Settings
- Add/Change settings for target parallax.
- Does not alter the map editor's parallax.

  Required:

    ID:
    - What is the ID of this parallax to be added/changed?

    Filename:
    - What is the filename of the parallax?

    Type:
    - What kind of parallax is this going to be?
    - Normal
    - Water
    - Solid

  Optional Settings:

    Scrolling:

      Map Lock?:
      - Lock the parallax to the map's scrolling?
      - Automatically enable if the filename starts with "!"

      Loop Horizontally?:
      - Loop the parallax horizontally?
      - Does not work with Map Lock enabled.

        Scroll:
        - What is the horizontal scroll speed?
        - Use a negative value to invert the direction.

      Loop Vertically?:
      - Loop the parallax vertically?
      - Does not work with Map Lock enabled.

        Scroll:
        - What is the vertical scroll speed?
        - Use a negative value to invert the direction.

    Appearance:

      Opacity:
      - What is the opacity level for this parallax?
      - You may use JavaScript code.

      Blend Mode:
      - What kind of blend mode do you wish to apply to the parallax?
      - You may use JavaScript code.
        - Normal
        - Additive
        - Multiply
        - Screen

      Hue:
      - Do you wish to adjust this parallax's hue?
      - You may use JavaScript code.

      Hue Shift:
      - How much do you want the hue to shift each frame?
      - You may use JavaScript code.

      Color Tone:
      - What tone do you want for the parallax?
      - Format: [Red, Green, Blue, Gray]

    Location:

      Regions:
      - Which regions will show this parallax?
      - Does not work with 0. Leave empty to ignore.

      Terrain Tags:
      - Which terrain tags will show this parallax?
      - Does not work with 0. Leave empty to ignore.

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VisualParallaxes Command2.png

Parallax: Fade Opacity
- Fades the target parallax(es) opacity to a different value.

  ID(s):
  - Target which parallax(es)?
  - Cannot target the map editor's parallax.

  Target Opacity:
  - What opacity level to this value (0-255).
  - You may use JavaScript code to determine the value.

  Duration:
  - How many frames should this change take?
  - You may use JavaScript code to determine the value.

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VisualParallaxes Command3.png

Parallax: Remove
- Removes target parallax(es).

  ID(s):
  - Remove which parallax(es)?
  - Cannot remove the map editor's parallax.

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Weather Effects VisuStella MZ

The following are Plugin Commands that come with this plugin. They can be accessed through the Plugin Command event command.

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Basic Plugin Commands

WeatherEffects Water Storm.gif

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WeatherEffects Command1.png

BASIC: Adjust Weather Power
- Adjusts the power of the target weather layer(s).

  Layer(s):
  - Which weather layer(s) do you wish to adjust?
  - Use values between 1 and 10.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Upper/Lower?:
  - Adjust weather layer(s) from the upper or lower layers?
  - Upper refers to the weather layer(s) above the tilemap.
  - Lower revers to the weather layer(s) below the tilemap.
  - In battle, both are above the battle field.

  Power:
  - Adjust power by how much?
  - Caps at 1 and 9.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Duration:
  - How many frames to fully adjust the weather?
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Wait For Completion?
  - Wait for weather to completely adjust before moving on with the next
    event command?

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WeatherEffects Command2.png

BASIC: Clear Weather
- Clears out target weather layer(s).

  Layer(s):
  - Which weather layer(s) do you wish to clear?
  - Use values between 1 and 10.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Upper/Lower?:
  - Clear weather layer(s) from the upper or lower layers?
  - Upper refers to the weather layer(s) above the tilemap.
  - Lower revers to the weather layer(s) below the tilemap.
  - In battle, they are above the battlers and behind the battlebacks.

  Duration:
  - How many frames to fully clear the weather?
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Wait For Completion?
  - Wait for weather to completely adjust before moving on with the next
    event command?

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WeatherEffects Command3.png

BASIC: Memorize Weather
- Memorizes the settings for target weather pattern(s) so that you can
  reuse it later.

  Layer(s):
  - Which weather layer(s) do you wish to save?
  - Use values between 1 and 10.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Upper/Lower?:
  - Save weather layer(s) from the upper or lower layers?
  - Upper refers to the weather layer(s) above the tilemap.
  - Lower revers to the weather layer(s) below the tilemap.
  - In battle, both are above the battle field.

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WeatherEffects Command4.png

BASIC: Replay Memorized Weather
- Replays target memorized weather pattern(s).

  Layer(s):
  - Which weather layer(s) do you wish to replay?
  - Use values between 1 and 10.
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Upper/Lower?:
  - Replay weather layer(s) from the upper or lower layers?
  - Upper refers to the weather layer(s) above the tilemap.
  - Lower revers to the weather layer(s) below the tilemap.
  - In battle, both are above the battle field.

  Duration:
  - How many frames to fully replay the weather?
  - You may use JavaScript code.

  Wait For Completion?:
  - Wait for weather to completely replay before moving on with the next
    event command?

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Weather Pattern-Related Plugin Commands

WeatherEffects Wind Balloons.gif

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WeatherEffects Command5.png

Weather Pattern
- All weather patterns provided by this plugin use the following format.
Yes, all of them. This is to ensure that there is familiarity when modifying
one weather pattern and then moving to another and reducing the amount of
time needed to fiddle around with each of them. As such, the parameters will
affect each weather pattern the same exact way.

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  Main Settings:

    Power:
    - What weather power do you wish to apply?
    - Use values between 1 and 9.
    - You may use JavaScript code.

    Duration:
    - How many frames to fully change the weather?
    - You may use JavaScript code.

    Wait For Completion?:
    - Wait for weather to completely change before moving on with the next
      event command?

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  Layer Settings

    Layer(s):
    - Which weather layer(s) do you wish to apply changes?
    - Use values between 1 and 10.
    - You may use JavaScript code.

    Upper/Lower?:
    - Play the weather pattern above the tileset or below it?
    - You can select "both" to affect both.

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  Customization

    Custom Settings:
    - Adjust the custom settings involving this weather.
    - More information below:

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WeatherEffects Command6.png

Custom Settings
- Each weather pattern's "Custom Settings" will have each of the following
options available to it.

  Sprite Settings:
  - The general settings involving the weather sprites.

  Dimmer Overlay:
  - Settings involving the dimmer overlay cast over the screen.

  Image Settings:
  - Settings for the images used for the weather sprites.
  - Weathers with multiple images will be picked at random.

  Special Effects:
  - Specialized effects that are turned on for specific weather types can
    be found here.

  Trajectory Settings:
  - Settings used to determine the trajectory a weather sprite will take
    and how they behave on it.

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WeatherEffects Command7.png

Sprite Settings
- The general settings involving the weather sprites.

  Lifespan:
  - Lifespan of each weather sprite in frames.

    Variance:
    - What variance is there to each lifespan value?

    Spawn Location X:
    - What x location should the weather sprites appear?

      Offset X:
      - Offset the spawn location by this many pixels.
      - Negative: left. Positive: right.

    Spawn Location Y:
    - What y location should the weather sprites appear?

      Offset Y:
      - Offset the spawn location by this many pixels.
      - Negative: up. Positive: down.

    Map Bound?:
    - Do the weather sprites move with the map scrolling?

  Starting Opacity:
  - Starting opacity of each weather sprite in frames.

    Variance:
    - What variance is there to each starting opacity value?

    Easing Type:
    - Select which easing type you wish to apply for opacity.

    Fade In Time:
    - How many frames does it take for the sprite to fade in?
    - Use 0 to start immediately at full opacity.

  Scale:
  - What is the scale of the sprite?
  - 0.0 = 0%. 0.5 = 50%. 1.0 = 100%. 1.5 = 150%. 2.0 = 200%.

    Variance:
    - What variance is there to the main scale value?

    Ratio X:
    Ratio Y:
    - What is the ratio of this sprite's scale X/Y?
    - 0.0 = 0%. 0.5 = 50%. 1.0 = 100%. 1.5 = 150%. 2.0 = 200%.

  Total Sprite Minimum:
  - What is the minimum number of sprites on the screen?

    Total Per Power:
    - Increase the total number of sprites per power by this.
    - Lowest power is 1.
    - Highest power is 9.

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WeatherEffects Command8.png

Dimmer Overlay
- Settings involving the dimmer overlay cast over the screen.

  Color:
  - Dimmer color. This uses #rrggbb format.
  - Check your color here: https://htmlcolorcodes.com/

  Opacity Minimum:
  - What is the minimum opacity value for the dimmer?

    Opacity Per Power:
    - What is the total opacity value per power for the dimmer?

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WeatherEffects Command9.png

Image Settings
- Settings for the images used for the weather sprites.
- Weathers with multiple images will be picked at random.

  Generated Image?:
  - Include the plugin-generated image for this weather type?

    Weight:
    - What is the random weight?
    - The higher the value, the more likely this is to be used
      when randomized.

  Icon(s):
  - Which icons do you wish to include for the images to appear as?
  - When using icons, icons are best made when aligned to the right at
    "0 degrees". This is for settings like angle alignment tracking.

    Weight:
    - What is the random weight?
    - The higher the value, the more likely this is to be used
      when randomized.

  Picture(s):
  - Which pictures do you wish to include for the images to appear as?
  - When using pictures, pictures are best made when aligned to the right at
    "0 degrees". This is for settings like angle alignment tracking.

    Weight:
    - What is the random weight?
    - The higher the value, the more likely this is to be used
      when randomized.

  Blend Mode:
  - What kind of blend mode do you wish to apply to the weather sprite?

  Hue Variations:
  - What hue variations will be randomly selected from?
  - Use a value between 0 and 360.

  Tone Variations:
  - What tone variations will be randomly selected from?
  - Format for each: [Red, Green, Blue, Gray]

  *NOTE*

  Hues and tones are expensive to process graphically. Using a lot of hue
  and/or tone variations on lots of weather sprites at the same time can
  eat up a chunk of the player's FPS. If you do plan on using hue and/or
  tone variations, keep the sprite count low by either using lower power
  settings or less sprites on the screen.

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WeatherEffects Command10.png

Special Effects
- Specialized effects that are turned on for specific weather types can
be found here.

  Allow Visible Player?:
  - Make the player more visible by reducing the opacity of nearby weather
    sprites?

  Flat Fluttering?:
  - Is the object flat and flutters in the wind?
  - Or does the object have volume and doesn't?

  Longevity:
  - Weather effects with longevity don't expire until the weather pattern
    type is changed.

  Hue Sway Range:
  - How much should the hue sway back and forth?
  - JavaScript code can be used.

    Hue Sway Speed:
    - What speed does the angle sway?
    - Lower is slower.
    - Higher is faster.
    - JavaScript code can be used.

  Respawn Common Event:
  - Play a specific Common Event when this event respawns?
  - The Common Event will run as a Once Parallel.

  Respawn Delay Minimum:
  - Is there a delay to the respawn?
  - This is how many frames the sprite must wait before respawning.

    RNG Delay Per Power:
    - How many randomized frames of delay per power must be waited?

  Scale In:
  - What scale ratio should the sprite spawn in at?
  - Use 1.0 for regular ratios.
  - You may use JavaScript.

    Duration:
    - How many frames should the scale in effect take?
    - Scale in will always head towards 1.0.

  Scale Out:
  - What scale ratio should the sprite despawn out at?
  - Use 1.0 for regular ratios.
  - You may use JavaScript.

    Duration:
    - How many frames should the scale out effect take?
    - Scale in will usually head from 1.0.

  Custom Finish:

    Fireworks Finish?:
    - At the end of the weather particle's lifespan, finish up with a
      fireworks explosion?

    Sparkle Finish?:
    - At the end of the weather particle's lifespan, finish up with a
      fabulous spinning sparkle effect?

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WeatherEffects Command11.png

Trajectory Settings
- Settings used to determine the trajectory a weather sprite will take
  and how they behave on it.

  Trajectory Type:
  - What trajectory type is used?
    - Both Map and Battle
      - Straight
      - Frozen
    - Map Only
      - Player-Locked
      - Follower-Locked
      - Event-Locked
    - Battle Only
      - Actor-Locked
      - Enemy-Locked
      - User-Locked
      - Target-Locked

    Locked ID/Index:
    - For locked trajectories only. Input the follower index.
    - Or ID of event, actor, enemy.

    Offset X (Locked):
    - For locked trajectories only.
    - Negative: left. Positive: right.

    Offset Y (Locked):
    - For locked trajectories only.
    - Negative: up. Positive: down.

  Speed:
  - What speed is the sprite moving at? Lower is slower.
  - Higher is faster.
  - JavaScript code can be used.

    Speed Variance:
    - What variance is there to the speed value?

  Angle:
  - What angle (0 to 360) is the sprite moving toward?
  - JavaScript code can be used.

    Align Angle?:
    - Should the sprite rotate itself according to the angle it is moving at
      across the screen?

    Angle Variance:
    - What variance is there to the base angle?

    Visual Angle Offset:
    - Offset the visual by this many degrees. Used for images that aren't
      made aligned with 0 degrees facing left.

    Angle Arc:
    - How should the trajectory arc when the sprite moves?
    - JavaScript code can be used.

    Angle Sway Range:
    - How much should the angle sway as the sprite moves?
    - JavaScript code can be used.

      Angle Sway Speed:
      - What speed does the angle sway? Lower is slower.
      - Higher is faster.
      - JavaScript code can be used.

  Spin Speed:
  - What speed do the sprites spin?
  - JavaScript code can be used.
  - Some generated weather pattern sprites use the clustering replication
    technique. This allows the weather pattern to appear more full and have
    higher volume while keeping sprite counts low. As such, not all weather
    patterns will spin the way you expect. This is not a bug.

    Spin Speed Variance:
    - What variance is there to the spin speed?

    Reverse Spin?:
    - Can the spin go in the reverse direction?

  X Sway Range:
  Y Sway Range:
  - How much should the X/Y value sway as the sprite moves?
  - JavaScript code can be used.

    Sway Speed:
    - What speed does the sway move? Lower is slower.
    - Higher is faster. JavaScript code can be used.

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Weather Pattern-Type Plugin Commands

Each of the weather patterns below all use the same plugin command structure as listed in the section above. They are separated in various themes to help better organize them and quickly find them. Each weather pattern has their own generated image type that they use.

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Fire-Themed

WeatherEffects Fire Ember.gif

 FIRE: Embers:
 - Oh, Ember, you will remember. So warm and tender.
 - Embers rise off from the ground upward.

WeatherEffects Fire Fireflies.gif

 FIRE: Fireflies:
 - Take my love, take my land, take me where I cannot stand.
 - Fireflies will spawn and float around.

WeatherEffects Fire Firestorm.gif

 FIRE: Firestorm:
 - This is fine.
 - Rain fiery bolts of flames from the heavens!

WeatherEffects Fire Fireworks.gif

 FIRE: Fireworks:
 - You just gotta ignite the light and let it shine!
 - A shot of fire flies up and blows up into a flower.

WeatherEffects Fire FlameHaze.gif

 FIRE: Flame Haze:
 - Flaming Hair Blazing Eyes!
 - A fiery smoke clouds the screen!

WeatherEffects Fire FlameWall.gif

 FIRE: Flame Wall:
 - Is it me, or is it hot in here? Oh, it's me.
 - A wall of flames appears on the bottom part of the screen.

WeatherEffects Fire HeatClouds.gif

 FIRE: Heat Clouds:
 - Fiery conglomerations of clouds.
 - Heat clouds scorch the top of the screen.

WeatherEffects Fire MeteorShower.gif

 FIRE: Meteor Shower:
 - Clustering wishes will become a new shining star!
 - A nonstop swarm of meteors fall in the night sky.

WeatherEffects Fire ShootingStars.gif

 FIRE: Shooting Stars:
 - Make a wish! A wholesome one, please.
 - Shooting stars appear over the horizon of the night sky.

WeatherEffects Fire SunlightBeams.gif

 FIRE: Sunlight Beams:
 - Aka crepuscular rays. Makes any day brighter!
 - Sun beams shine down from the heavens.

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Ice-Themed

WeatherEffects Ice ArcticGleam.gif

 ICE: Arctic Gleam:
 - Oh, erie bluish glow of the arctic.
 - Illuminate the frozen land below!

WeatherEffects Ice Aurora.gif

 ICE: Aurora Borealis:
 - Also known as the Northern Lights.
 - Auroras dance across the top of the screen.

WeatherEffects Ice Blizzard.gif

 ICE: Blizzard:
 - Let it go, let it go! Can't hold it back anymore!
 - Concentrated snowfall covers the screen.

WeatherEffects Ice DiamondDust.gif

 ICE: Diamond Dust:
 - Diamond dust falls from the skies.
 - Slightly illuminated ice particles descend from above.

WeatherEffects Ice GlisteningIce.gif

 ICE: Glistening Ice:
 - Walkin' on thin ice!
 - Ice particles sparkle from all around.

WeatherEffects Ice IceFog.gif

 ICE: Ice Fog:
 - Yo! VIP! Let's Kick it!
 - Frozen fog covers the whole screen.

WeatherEffects Ice Sleet.gif

 ICE: Sleet:
 - Slightly heavier and more solid than snow!
 - Frozen ice crystals snow down from above.

WeatherEffects Ice Snow.gif

 ICE: Snow:
 - Brace yourselves! Winter is coming!
 - Snow falls from the sky and flutters downward.

WeatherEffects Ice SnowClouds.gif

 ICE: Snow Clouds:
 - Icy gatherings of clouds ready to deliver snow.
 - Snow clouds blanket the top of the screen.

WeatherEffects Ice Snowflakes.gif

 ICE: Snowflakes:
 - Snowflake! Snowflake! Little snowflake!
 - Generated snowflakes will have random patterns.

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Thunder-Themed

WeatherEffects Thunder Discharge.gif

 THUNDER: Discharge:
 - Danger! Danger! High voltage!
 - Electricity discharges from the sides of the screen.

WeatherEffects Thunder PlasmaBolt.gif

 THUNDER: Plasma Bolt:
 - A horizontal bolt of electricity! From left to right!
 - Best used with a Respawn Common Event for sound and/or screen flashes.

WeatherEffects Thunder PlasmaSurge.gif

 THUNDER: Plasma Surge:
 - The windows are becoming stained with a nostalgic color.
 - Nonstop plasma bolts flood the screen.
 - Best used with a Respawn Common Event for sound and/or screen flashes.

WeatherEffects Thunder PurpleHaze.gif

 THUNDER: Purple Haze:
 - Purple haze all around. Don't know if I'm coming up or down.
 - A purple fog blankets the whole screen.

WeatherEffects Thunder SpiderLightning.gif

 THUNDER: Spider Lightning:
 - Nothing to do with spiders.
 - Bolts expand outwards from a target.

WeatherEffects Thunder StaticCharge.gif

 THUNDER: Static Charge:
 - Snap! Crackle! Pop!
 - Highly charged target emits static.
 - Best used with a Respawn Common Event for sound and/or screen flashes.

WeatherEffects Thunder ThunderBolt.gif

 THUNDER: Thunder Bolt:
 - More than just an expensive charging cable. Giant bolt flashes
   from above!
 - Best used with a Respawn Common Event for sound and/or screen flashes.

WeatherEffects Thunder ThunderClouds.gif

 THUNDER: Thunder Clouds:
 - These thunderclouds, oh no, no!
 - Thunder-ready clouds fly atop the top of the screen.

WeatherEffects Thunder ThunderSurge.gif

 THUNDER: Thunder Surge:
 - When you walk away, you don't hear me say.
 - Nonstop thunder bolts scour the skies.
 - Best used with a Respawn Common Event for sound and/or screen flashes.

WeatherEffects Thunder Ultraviolet.gif

 THUNDER: Ultraviolet Beams:
 - Get out some of that SPF 100+!
 - (This is NOT real UV Light!)
 - Ultraviolet lights are coming from the sky!

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Water-Themed

WeatherEffects Water BubbleRising.gif

 WATER: Bubbles Rising:
 - Let's not burst your bubble!
 - Bubbles will rise up towards the top of the screen.

WeatherEffects Water CloudBurst.gif

 WATER: Cloud Burst:
 - A sudden massive deluge of rain!
 - A near vertical storm of massive volume.

WeatherEffects Water DrippingWater.gif

 WATER: Dripping Water:
 - Leaky ceilings? It's time to call a plumber.
 - Water droplets drip from above.

WeatherEffects Water Mist.gif

 WATER: Mist:
 - Not to be confused with the video game. That has a Y.
 - A suspended mist covers the screen.

WeatherEffects Water Rain.gif

 WATER: Rain:
 - Rain, rain, go away! Come again some other day!
 - Raindrops will fall from the sky all over the screen.

WeatherEffects Water RainClouds.gif

 WATER: Rain Clouds:
 - It's raining men! Hallelujah! It's raining men, amen!
 - Rain-filled clouds hover menacingly at the top of the screen.

WeatherEffects Water RainbowArch.gif

 WATER: Rainbow Arch:
 - Somewhere over the rainbow~
 - A large rainbow arch appears in the corner of the screen.

WeatherEffects Water RisingSteam.gif

 WATER: Rising Steam:
 - Take more photos to train your selfie steam!
 - Steam vapor clouds rise from below.

WeatherEffects Water SoapBubbles.gif

 WATER: Soap Bubbles:
 - I will try to blow a bubble that will last all day.
 - Soap bubbles float and hover around.

WeatherEffects Water Storm.gif

 WATER: Storm:
 - A MIGHTY storm!
 - Large and long raindrops fall from the sky creating a storm.

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Earth-Themed

WeatherEffects Earth AcidRain.gif

 EARTH: Acid Rain:
 - Real acid rain doesn't glow in the dark.
 - But this one sure does.

WeatherEffects Earth CrumbleCave.gif

 EARTH: Crumbling Cave:
 - Do NOT grab any suspiciously placed rubies.
 - Bits and pieces of the cave ceiling crumble.

WeatherEffects Earth DustCloud.gif

 EARTH: Dust Clouds:
 - Darkened dust covers the surroundings!
 - Dust clouds will fill up the screen.

WeatherEffects Earth DustStorm.gif

 EARTH: Dust Storm:
 - Happens in places other than Nashville.
 - Darkened dust launches across the screen.

WeatherEffects Earth HouseDust.gif

 EARTH: House Dust:
 - Floating white dust particles with nowhere to go.
 - So they'll just make themselves at home.

WeatherEffects Earth PollutionClouds.gif

 EARTH: Pollution Clouds:
 - Absolutely disgusting colored pollution clouds.
 - Pollution clouds cover the top of the screen.

WeatherEffects Earth RadioactiveBeams.gif

 EARTH: Radioactive Beams:
 - Alert! Alert! Alert! Nuclear green lights!
 - Nuclear green lights irradiate from the clouds.

WeatherEffects Earth SandClouds.gif

 EARTH: Sand Clouds:
 - Straight from the Pyramids of Giza!
 - Sand clouds will surround everything!

WeatherEffects Earth SandStorm.gif

 EARTH: Sandstorm:
 - Darude! Sandstorm!
 - Sand blasts across the screen from one end to the other.

WeatherEffects Earth ToxicGas.gif

 EARTH: Toxic Gas:
 - More toxic than the comments section of social media!
 - A foggy green gas blankets the screen.

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Wind-Themed

WeatherEffects Wind AutumnLeaves.gif

 WIND: Autumn Leaves:
 - Red, yellow, orange, brown leaves are falling all around.
 - See them dance in the cool, fall air.

WeatherEffects Wind Balloons.gif

 WIND: Balloons:
 - You and I in a little toy shop, buy a bag balloons with the money
   we've got.

WeatherEffects Wind CherryBlossoms.gif

 WIND: Cherry Blossoms:
 - The emblem of love and good luck.
 - Cherry blossom petals flutter down from above.

WeatherEffects Wind DandelionSeeds.gif

 WIND: Dandelion Seeds:
 - Floating on the air. Never seem to care.
 - Dandelion seeds will flow up into the air.

WeatherEffects Wind GrassyGust.gif

 WIND: Grassy Gust:
 - A gust of wind!
 - From right to left, grass flies with it.
 - Best when paired with a Tempest.

WeatherEffects Wind GreenLeaves.gif

 WIND: Green Leaves:
 - Leaf me alone!
 - Green leaves fall above, spinning round and round.

WeatherEffects Wind Pollen.gif

 WIND: Pollen:
 - Bless you! Gesundheit! Salute!
 - A cloud of pollen grains travel about the screen.

WeatherEffects Wind Tempest.gif

 WIND: Tempest:
 - Brought to you by a friendly slime.
 - Powerful gusts of wind blast across the screen.

WeatherEffects Wind WhiteClouds.gif

 WIND: White Clouds:
 - Not the main character from Final Fantasy VII.
 - Fluffy white clouds slowly drift across the upper screen.

WeatherEffects Wind XtremeSpeed.gif

 WIND: Xtreme Speed:
 - Gotta go fast! Speedlines whip past!
 - Works best below the tileset layer.

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Light-Themed

WeatherEffects Light Confetti.gif

 LIGHT: Confetti:
 - Party like it's 1999!
 - Confetti of differing shapes drop from the sky.

WeatherEffects Light LensFlare.gif

 LIGHT: Lens Flare:
 - Relive the amateur days from Photoshop!
 - A lens flare descends from the upper corner of the sky!

WeatherEffects Light LightBurst.gif

 LIGHT: Light Burst:
 - Sometimes also known as Sun Bursts.
 - CAUTION: Bright lights!
 - Bright white light bursts out from a target.

WeatherEffects Light LightOrbs.gif

 LIGHT: Light Orbs:
 - Show me the light!
 - Light orbs fly round and round.

WeatherEffects Light PastelBrume.gif

 LIGHT: Pastel Brume:
 - Cute pastel colors forming a foggy brume.
 - Various bright colors cover the screen.

WeatherEffects Light PrismBurst.gif

 LIGHT: Prism Burst:
 - More color than a bag of candy!
 - CAUTION: Bright lights!
 - Lights of all colors expand out from a target.

WeatherEffects Light PrismaticGleam.gif

 LIGHT: Prismatic Gleam:
 - Our seven lights spring to the task!
 - Colors of all sorts shine from the skies high above.

WeatherEffects Light RainbowClouds.gif

 LIGHT: Rainbow Clouds:
 - Colorful clouds dot the heavens.
 - Multi-colored clouds slowly drift across the upper screen.

WeatherEffects Light RainbowOrbs.gif

 LIGHT: Rainbow Orbs:
 - Taste the rainbow!
 - Multi-colored rainbow orbs spawn in and float about.

WeatherEffects Light StarFall.gif

 LIGHT: Star Fall:
 - You're a star. You're one in a million.
 - Stars fall out of the night sky spinning round and round.

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Dark-Themed

WeatherEffects Dark AshDebris.gif

 DARK: Ash Debris:
 - Gotta ketchum all.
 - Pieces of ash debris flutter through the air.

WeatherEffects Dark Ashfall.gif

 DARK: Ashfall:
 - But unlike thunder, this didn’t stop. It went on and on.
 - Volcanic ash pieces descend from the skies above.

WeatherEffects Dark BloodRain.gif

 DARK: Blood Rain:
 - It's actually a real phenomenon.
 - However, it's not really blood.

WeatherEffects Dark DarkOrbs.gif

 DARK: Dark Orbs:
 - Hello darkness, my old friend.
 - Dark orbs circle about the screen.

WeatherEffects Dark Fumes.gif

 DARK: Fumes:
 - Don't inhale any!
 - Dark fume clouds plume from below.

WeatherEffects Dark MoonlightBeams.gif

 DARK: Moonlight Beams:
 - Moonlight is the smuggler's enemy.
 - Light the path in the night sky by moonshine.

WeatherEffects Dark ShadowSiphon.gif

 DARK: Shadow Siphon:
 - Drain all of the light! CAUTION: Dark lights!
 - Light from around is all drained into one area.

WeatherEffects Dark Smog.gif

 DARK: Smog:
 - Smoking is bad, mkay?
 - Smokey fog (aka Smog) cover the whole screen.

WeatherEffects Dark SmokeClouds.gif

 DARK: Smoke Clouds:
 - Accompanied by factories owned by evil corporations.
 - Smoke clouds blot out the sun.

WeatherEffects Dark Sootfall.gif

 DARK: Sootfall:
 - Try not to build a snowman out of this.
 - Smoke-contaminated snow falls from the sky.

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Icons-Related

WeatherEffects Icons.gif

 SLOW: Flying Icons ↑:
 MEDIUM: Flying Icons ↑:
 FAST: Flying Icons ↑:
 - Icons fly to the top at slow, medium, or speeds.
 - To change icons used, go to Custom Settings > Image Settings > Icon(s).
 SLOW: Flying Icons ↗:
 MEDIUM: Flying Icons ↗:
 FAST: Flying Icons ↗:
 - Icons fly upper right at slow, medium, or speeds.
 - To change icons used, go to Custom Settings > Image Settings > Icon(s).
 SLOW: Flying Icons →:
 MEDIUM: Flying Icons →:
 FAST: Flying Icons →:
 - Icons fly to the right at slow, medium, or speeds.
 - To change icons used, go to Custom Settings > Image Settings > Icon(s).
 SLOW: Flying Icons ↘:
 MEDIUM: Flying Icons ↘:
 FAST: Flying Icons ↘:
 - Icons fly lower right at slow, medium, or speeds.
 - To change icons used, go to Custom Settings > Image Settings > Icon(s).
 SLOW: Flying Icons ↓:
 MEDIUM: Flying Icons ↓:
 FAST: Flying Icons ↓:
 - Icons fly to the bottom at slow, medium, or speeds.
 - To change icons used, go to Custom Settings > Image Settings > Icon(s).
 SLOW: Flying Icons ↙:
 MEDIUM: Flying Icons ↙:
 FAST: Flying Icons ↙:
 - Icons fly lower left at slow, medium, or speeds.
 - To change icons used, go to Custom Settings > Image Settings > Icon(s).
 SLOW: Flying Icons ←:
 MEDIUM: Flying Icons ←:
 FAST: Flying Icons ←:
 - Icons fly to the left at slow, medium, or speeds.
 - To change icons used, go to Custom Settings > Image Settings > Icon(s).
 SLOW: Flying Icons ↖:
 MEDIUM: Flying Icons ↖:
 FAST: Flying Icons ↖:
 - Icons fly upper left at slow, medium, or speeds.
 - To change icons used, go to Custom Settings > Image Settings > Icon(s).
 SLOW: Flying Icons ●:
 MEDIUM: Flying Icons ●:
 FAST: Flying Icons ●:
 - Icons hover at slow, medium, or speeds.
 - To change icons used, go to Custom Settings > Image Settings > Icon(s).

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