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SWR Question - Adding Ships and planets?

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Posted by Suntzux   (1 post)  [Biography] bio
Date Wed 09 Mar 2005 07:36 PM (UTC)
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Hello,

My team is pretty new with SWR, (we are running SWRFUSS). Anyway, we have cleared out all the planets, resets, and removed all the areas that (as far as we can tell) are not code dependent.

Now we are at the point where we would like to start addnig planets to the list and just as importantly, creating ships.
Unfortunatly finding info on these subjects is rather sketchy at best.

Is there a guide or indepth article on the ins and outs of creating and modifying ships plus adding planets to a SWR 1? If not, would anyone be willing to give me a run down of how our team should proceed. The coolest aspect of SWR, also seems to be the most mysterious to us... >:)

Apologies again if this question is rather newbish, but everyones been there once. :) Thanks in advance all!

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Posted by Nick Cash   USA  (626 posts)  [Biography] bio
Date Reply #1 on Thu 10 Mar 2005 02:27 AM (UTC)
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I believe the help file included with the mud provides a fairly good description of how to do it. The commands related to ship creation and modification are:

makeship - make a ship
copyship - copy a previous ship
setship - set the stats of a ship
showship - show all of a ships details

Note that you will have to use the commands with no arguments or look them up in the help file for their exact syntax. Anyways, basically the same for planets:

makeplanet
setplanet

Thats about it :P

~Nick Cash
http://www.nick-cash.com
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