Template:VisuMZ Action Sequence Projectiles Plugin Commands

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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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