Freeze (MV Plugin Tips & Tricks)

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Freeze from Final Fantasy 9 is a pretty brutal status effect. It stuns the battler. And to remove it, a fire skill has to be used on the battler to thaw it. If not and a physical hit is dealt instead, the battler instantly dies! Here’s how to create that nasty status effect in RPG Maker MV!

Required Plugins

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About

This is a Tips & Tricks effect created for RPG Maker MV. Tips & Tricks are not to be confused with plugins. Instead, they are usually customized code created for the sake of producing unique features/effects that do not require an entire plugin to do.

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This Tips & Tricks effect is made possible due to the Yanfly Engine Plugins library.

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Instructions

Follow video instructions.

If you wish to give priority to fire damage thawing the battler
<Custom Respond Effect>
// Get the fire element ID.
var fire = 3;
// Check if fire damage is dealt.
if (this.item().damage.elementId === fire) {
  // Get the Freeze status effect ID.
  var stateId = 110;
  // Remove the status effect from target.
  target.removeState(stateId);
// Check if physical damage is dealt.
} else if (this.isPhysical() && target.result().hpDamage > 0) {
  // Set the target's HP to 0.
  target.setHp(0);
}
</Custom Respond Effect>
If you wish to give priority to physical damage killing the battler
<Custom Respond Effect>
// Get the fire element ID.
var fire = 3;
// Check if physical damage is dealt.
if (this.isPhysical() && target.result().hpDamage > 0) {
  // Set the target's HP to 0.
  target.setHp(0);
// Check if fire damage is dealt.
} else if (this.item().damage.elementId === fire) {
  // Get the Freeze status effect ID.
  var stateId = 110;
  // Remove the status effect from target.
  target.removeState(stateId);
}
</Custom Respond Effect>

Have fun with it!