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  1. What I'm intending to do: To learn how to create custom schools of magic and resistances and apply them to spells, items, creatures and characters and share it with the community. What I've managed to do so far: I've made the school and resistance work at its most basic level combat-wise: the damage dealt is from its own distinct school ('Custom') and can be reduced with resistances, modified with 'Custom' spell power, 'Custom' crit chance, etc. I've edited the following files: Core SharedDefines.h -> lines 301 - 334 CharacterDatabase.cpp -> lines 530 - 532 ThreatManager.cpp -> lines 637 - 639 Creature.cpp -> line 596 ItemTemplate.cpp -> line 230 ItemTemplate.h -> line 653 Player.cpp -> lines 7596 - 7597 | line 20357 Unit.cpp -> lines 9073 & 9208 | 13264, 13265 Unit.h -> line 170 & 181 ObjectMgr.cpp -> line 2816 | lines 2910 - 2963 enuminfo_SharedDefines.cpp -> line 171 | 191 UpdateFieldFlags.cpp -> lines 126, 136, 270, 278, 286 | 156 - 175 | 354 - 392 | 1345, 1353 DB character_stats (probably irrelevant, not used in-game) item_template DBC Resistances.dbc Interface Constants.lua GlobalStrings.lua PaperDollFrame.lua and PaperDollFrame.xml The issues: There are a lot of issues, most of them possibly linked to the same unknown cause: All item icons are invisible to the client and their tooltips are distorted. Unsurprisingly, the distorted fields are those following the edited column in the database (look at the attack delay or the item message). However, all items still exist and work as usual: weapons determine your damage (although you appear to be unarmed), armor is visible on your character and reduces physical damage taken, items take space in bags, etc. A lot of NPCs are also invisible or have missing textures. Some unexplicably so, as another instance of the same creature has the correct texture. Players can also appear invisible, although targetable if you press tab or if attacked. Spell tooltips display mana costs in the billions, while the spells actually cost their blizzlike amounts. This one might be due to my absolute inexperience working with interfaces, but the amount of 'Custom' resistance is not displayed and the the slot is instead filled with the default X. Also, the spell tab just below the character model doesn't work and gets stuck at Bonus Damage (most likely because it was edited to display the Custom Bonus Damage when moused-over like the rest of schools. I've been dealing with this issue for quite a while. It wasn't until recently that I decided to give it another shot, but it's still the same. I really think the custom community can benefit from cracking this issue down and, if necessary, I can upload the code I changed from the core files to check if everything's ok.
  2. Version 1.0.0

    178 downloads

    A lot of Custom Icons. "Being a Dream Builder" For my first share, here are some icons that I had retrieved a while ago on a graphic designer's website. Unfortunately I don't have the name of this one nor even the link of his site (If you pass by here don't hesitate to send me a PM that I'll add in the credits ) There are a lot of custom icons (+1 489 Custom Icons) and I added a BLP converter Enjoy and good modding to you
  3. Hi community. All I need is BLP files from wow classic maps like orgrimmar, stormwind, etc., but not the 2004 classic, the new one. And I want it in Portuguese. I tried to use CascExplorer to extract the files, but they came in English. So, I want to know if there is a simple way to do that. Thanks for reading. Forget about it, new CascView version allows me to choose the locale for files.
  4. Hi there, Today I'd like to share some of my knowledge regarded to creating a working world map in-game. I will try to cover the most basic things, but I have to admit there are still some unknowns to me such as clickable zones on the world map, however, I 'd like to cover those and continents map in the future. In this tutorial I will cover a basic in-game map creation for GM Island. Required tools: Dbc Editor MPQ Editor Photoshop or any other image editor (I myself use Photofiltre) World Map Creating Package - download link down below (I recommend you downloading this, because I think it is useful for you to reverse engineers all the stuff done in this tutorial). Link to the source: https://mega.nz/#!zUpxlYpK!ctrulp0IpFncI8FYAOFsLwm64PPn9lZyzXSQkNaJ7RQ Difficulty - Easy Estimated time - 15-25 minutes Before sinking teeth into this in-game map making process you might want to take a look at Skarn's tutorial on making a map for WoW in photoshop - So first of all some theory. When it comes to Dbc files what really matters to us right now is WorldMapArea.dbc. This Dbc looks somethings like this: Now to some collum information: 2. - this collum refers to map.dbc and literally says on which map is this world map going to be placed (1 stands for Kalimdor). 3. - this one refers to the area name (the dbc number), in this case it is 876 (GM Island). 4. - the map file name - this just refers to your file names, so if I decide to call it GmIsland all the files will have to named that way - GmIsland_1.blp, GmIsland_2.blp... 5. - upper y coordinate of your map (serves coordinates). 6. - lower y coordinate of your map (serves coordinates). 7. - upper x coordinate of your map (serves coordinates). 8. - lower x coordinate of your map (serves coordinates). 9. - has to be -1? 10., 11. - has to be 0? So this was some Dbc stuff. Now let's move to the real map stuff. Obviously what you need to is to create yourself a world map, Skarn has covered this topic some time ago, there is a link to his tutorial mentioned above if you need to create a map I recommend you going there. But now comes the tidious stuff. In order to make your map working you have to divide it into 12 256x256 images and name them just like this - GmIsland1.blp, GmIsland2.blp, this however, comes for GmIsland map, if you name your map in WorldAreaMap.dbc TelAbim you have to name your files TelAbim1.blp and so on. When it comes to chronology you have to follow the one shown in the picture down below. So GmIsland1.blp represents sector 1 and so on. This is obviously some really boring stuff, but it is essential. In addition, I think it is good for you to know that all the segments and the right (4, 8, 12) and all those on the bottom (9, 10, 11 ,12) have to be transparent and won't take the entire 256x256 area. Skarn has thought of this when making his map templates, so you don't really have to worry about this one. Now we need to put all the files into a patch, so that the game can loads those. The Dbc stuff is kind of obvious, you put that into DBFilesClient folder, and as for the blp files you have follow this chronology :Interface/WorldMap/GmIsland (Dbc name of your map)/GmIsland1.blp ... So once we are done with all of this, we can check the map in-game and see if it works. The maps seems to be working. If you are trying to create a world map for yourself, you should start by taking down the map coordinates (in-game or in the Noggit) and then according to that create the map. I hope this quick tutorial was helpful in some ways, and hopefully I will find myself some more time to extend it one day. Maybe I could cover making a new continent or making a zone clickable on world map. Link to the source patch - https://mega.nz/#!zUpxlYpK!ctrulp0IpFncI8FYAOFsLwm64PPn9lZyzXSQkNaJ7RQ If you have some questions, or something doesn't seem to be clear, or perhaps doesn't work at all, do not hesitate and write it down, I will try taking a look at it.
  5. Introduction Difficulty: Relatively easy Estimated time: 30 min - 1.5 h. Requires: Adobe Photoshop, MapTemplate.psd. Here is the example map that I am going to use as an example for the tutorial. The shape of the continent belongs to one Russian Minecraft project (Medieval Minecraft) and represents their world Asteros. I was too lazy to make something up on my own, so I decided to take this shape. I made this map in about one hour using a graphic tablet (can be also done without it), so it is not that complicated as it may look like. I created a new version of MapTemplate.psd based on the old one by Soldan and using the new WoW worldmap assets provided by Vellear. So, let's begin! Creation process Step 1. Getting the shape. Launch your Photoshop and open MapTemplate.psd. Choose the Ocean layer you prefer and make it visible (it may be with or without watermarks, I used the one without watermarks). Select the ground layer without making it visible. Now use the Lasso Tool (L) to paint the shape of your continent. You can also do it in many other ways, but the main point is to get a properly shaped selection on your canvas. Now switch to Rectangular Marquee Tool (M) and right-click somewhere on the selected space. In the context menu choose "Layer Via Copy". Now you will get the continent shape displayed on a new layer. It may look a little unsatisfactory (such as having a lot of rubbish around, weird shapes and so on), so you can clean it and master the shape using Eraser tool (E). Here is what I got after cleaning and working on the shape: Step 2. Adding details. Now pic up small radius hard brush and use Eraser Tool to paint small rivers, lakes and other details involving the landscape. It is important to use hard brush because soft ones make bigger borders around themselves, so it does not look that good. For this task graphic tablet with pressure sensivity saves tons of time. Here is the result: Now it is time to add some mountains to your continent. Select the layer with the mountain pattern and scale it to fit the size of your continent. You can reduce layer trasparency to see the continent shape through it, so you can decide the average size of the mountains. Switch back to your continent layer and right click on it, choose "Select pixels". This will select your continent again. Get back to the mountain layer and press "Ctrl + Shift + I" in order to reverse the selection. Press delete. Now you have your continent entirely filled with mountains pattern. Use soft brush and Eraser Tool to get rid of the unnecessary mountains and blend them with the ground. You can also make a copy of the original mountain pattern and cut some bigger mountains from there. Be creative to make something interesting. Here is what I got very quickly. Let's finish the shore lines now when the mountains are done. Switch to your continent layer and select its pixels. Go to Selection - Modify - Expand and enter some value like 10 or 12. The space between expanded selection and your continent is going to be your shoreline (water shelf). It should look somewhat this way: Choose the Coast Line layer, select Rectangular Marquee Tool, right-click on selection and choose "Layer Via Copy" in the context menu. Now you will have your shore lines, though they would not look blizzlike. In order to fix that we need to change layer blending settings. So, double click on the little icon representing the layer in the layer manager. Set a check box to "Inner Glow" and choose the appropriate color. Now it is time to get some decorative lines, representing the sea waves or whatever Blizzard thinks they do. They really add much style to the map. Make the Sea Lines layer visible, select continent pixels, get back to lines layer and press "Delete". Now remove the unnecessary lines all over your map using soft brush and Eraser Tool. You can also slightly increase the opacity of the layer as the default one is not on max. It will get more of a Blizzlike feeling. Step 3. Coloring the map. This is basically all you need to do to get a Blizzlike continent. Though, as we are modders, we should improve something, not simply replicate what Blizzard do to their continents. Let's make the map more interesting by coloring different climate zones or something like that. In general, let's go from the boring parchment color theme to something more colorful. Make a backup of the continent and mountain layers. Set the brush mode to "Overlay". Now use soft brush and Brush Tool (B) to paint colors on the ground. Then do the same with the mountains if necessary. That's all. Don't hesitate to leave feedback about my tutorial in the comments
  6. Version 1.1

    2,689 downloads

    This template allows you to create World of Wacraft-styled Blizzlike world maps. Video tutorial coming soon! P.S. Since video isn't done yet, I recommend paying attention to Skarn's (out-of-date, but still) world map tutorial to learn how to use it.
  7. Version 1.0

    184 downloads

  8. So I got bored and jumped on Modcraft to check up on things, kinda got myself in the mood to do some modding.
  9. Version 1.0.1

    123 downloads

    After using Skarn's updated MapTemplate.psd from Steff, you can use this template to cut your worldmap as Blizzard do to put it in game. I'll not make a tutorial about this template, this is not so hard to cut with selection tool. And, after cutting it and .png to .blp you need to work with DBC/DB2 files. Good luck !
  10. Version 1.0.0

    79 downloads

    "ui_patchment_empty" is a seamless texture and can be used everywhere in wow design