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What exactly does {"mood":"Ahegao"} do?

Discussion in 'Help' started by harakiri12, Sep 9, 2012.

  1. harakiri12

    harakiri12 Potential Patron

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    Does it trigger a line when the character is aheago BEFORE the line is used, or does it trigger ANY line that has [AHEAGO_MOOD] in it? Or does it work either way? Or completely different? Thanks in advance...

    Example1: ahegao has already been triggered by a previous line

    Code:
    general:"Would you be so kind as to insert your erect member into my oral cavity?"{"mood":"Ahegao"} 

    Example2: mood is normal when the line starts and is normal when it ends

    Code:
    general:"[NORMAL_MOOD]Please, sir![AHEAGO_MOOD] Fuck my skull![NORMAL_MOOD] My gratitude would be eternal!"{"mood":"Ahegao"} 
     
  2. YeahBroseph

    YeahBroseph Potential Patron

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    Re: What exactly does {"mood":"Aheago"} do?

    Correct. Having {"mood":"x"} at the end means "this line of text will only appear when her mood is x already."
     
  3. harakiri12

    harakiri12 Potential Patron

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    Re: What exactly does {"mood":"Aheago"} do?

    Perfect, thanks for the quick reply!
     
  4. harakiri12

    harakiri12 Potential Patron

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    Hm. I can't get it to work.

    My plan is to split the dialogue into lines reserved for when she is angry and lines reserved for when she is in ahegao mood. So I put the {"mood":"Angry"} or {"mood":"Ahegao"} tags at the end of said lines, hoping that after switching her mood at one point in the dialogue, I could kind of deactivate the angry lines and trigger the ahegao lines.

    Example (initial mood is angry)

    Code:
    vigorous: "Kind sir, your initiative has made my mood switch.[AHEGAO_MOOD] My anger has vanished! Whoohoo!"{"mood":"Angry"}
    
    vigorous:"fuckmythroatfuckmythroatfuckmythroat!"{"mood":"Ahegao"}
    Is there any obvious error I failed to notice? Or did I get the whole logic wrong in the first place?
     
  5. harakiri12

    harakiri12 Potential Patron

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    Okay, I hope I have found the error. I put several tags at the end of one line:

    Code:
    {"style":"Him"}{"mood":"Angry"}
    That didn't work. Seems like putting them together does the trick though:

    Code:
     {"style":"Him","mood":"Angry"}