Guide to Vo and back.

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Guide to Vo and back.

Postby Potato » Tue Aug 16, 2016 7:25 pm

  • Contents:
    - The Alt system & BIO
    - The vo command
    - The kc command
    - Pet Bellies
This is where i try to explain all the features of the vo plugin, it is pretty massive, so please hang with me :?

First order of business: The Alt system:
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So basicly the alt system stores different nicks and chatcolors and seperate stomaches for your alts. you must select a different alt, if you want to store a different bio etc..
Allright, now that you understand what the alt system does in a nutshell. you are ready to go on to the more advanced parts.

(if you have problems still, please ask questions and i'll update the guide.)
The bio command has the following options:
1)
/bio help

This displays the help menu, it can be hovered over to view explanations.
2)
/bio new altname coloredAltName chatcolor

This sets the current alt to altname, and the nick to coloredAltname, and enforces your chosen chatcolor in RP channels or private.
To OOC, you must either use pm, or global, or do something like &r(OOOOOOOOCCCCCC)&whateveryourcolorwas
Later on you can select the alt using
/bio select altname OR use the fancy menu available at /bio alts
3)
If you really regret making an alt, or still using the compatability alt called default, you should make a new alt first, then do
/bio del altname

4)
Next up is the /bio custom command
This command will give you a book, and ask you to not increase the page count or modify the first line.
this is very important, as it uses the lines on the top to check if the book is valid.
This book is used to "manufacture" your custom predtype, that is selectable with /vo pred custom, or /vo predprey /custom
, you can also set a stomach for the custom predtype with /vo setstomach
Just press enter on the top line to get started (or something idunno :P)

Write all your custom stuff in that book, and when you are satisfied and you have signed the book go on to the next step. (or skip this step)

5)
And so we have the ultimate question, how do i WRITE a bio?
Simple enough, craft yourself a book-and-quill, write a lot in it.
maybe use /bio example, as an example for some stuff?
Then, after a long time, sweat dawning on your face, you sign the book with the name you have choosen for that book (it is not important)

after that, you can simply skip on to the next step

6)
/bio save
This command IMPORTS books, if you have a custom predtype book already made in step 4, you can import the predtype by doing
/bio save while holding your custom predtype book, it will either say success or invalid book. Good luck with that! :D
if the criteria for a book DOES not match the predtype book, then it will try importing the book as a BIO,
if you have a bio in your mainhand, and want to import that, just type /bio save.
/bio save does not "eat" your book, so you can keep a copy for safekeeping.
7)
Allright, now that you both have a bio and a predtype (maybe i don't know :V)
you suddenly realise that you made a mistake in the bio! OH NO!
This situation is what we have /bio edit for, it will give you the BIO in unsigned form, so you can edit it and /bio save it later, to apply the fixed bio version.
this is TODO for custom predtypes, you'll have to retype it yourself atm.

Second up: The Vore Plugin:
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Predtypes as is: Oral,Anal,Cock,Tail,Unbirth,Absorb,Breast,Navel,Soul,Pouch,Bladder
The vo command has the following options:
/vo pred predtypehere
^ This command is self explanatory, it sets your predatortype to a predtype

/vo prey playername
^ Same as above, except it sets you to prey mode, and if you typed a player behind, it restricts your preymode to only that player.

/vo predprey predtype
^ Become both pred and prey with this command, it will set your predatortype to predtype.

/vo setstomach food
^ Command to set your stomach, in the Art world only, on your own plot, if food is included, it will set the location where food spawns when you eat it. (you must have eaten prey)

/vo digest slow

^ If you type this command, then type slow behind, it will slowly digest the prey, instead of the normal "fast" mode

/vo dispose
^ this command makes you safely dispose of the prey

/vo eatme
^ This command toggles forcefeeding of predators, ala forcing yourself into the hungry maw of the predators.

/vo eatmobs
^ This command toggles eating of mobs, incase you don't want to eat mobs.

/vo mobeatme
^ Enable the mode that allows mobs to eat you (or pets)

/vo ride
^ Enable ride mode, ala rightclick a player to send a ride request (some people think this is lewd owo)

/vo changelog
^ Prints the changelog for this version.

/vo dislike predtype

^ dislikes a predtype

/vo msgt
^ toggles the chat system between actionbar and chat

/vo endo
^ toggles endo mode, makes you unable to digest in stomaches.

/vo astral
^ enables you to visit your stomach for a little while, to test settings or see prey.

/vo voreception

^ Toggles the ability for other predators you have eaten, to eat the preys you've eaten

/vo list playername

^ View a list of preds/switches/prey online currently if a playername is included, it will list which stomaches that player has set.

/vo stop
^ The plugins safeword, to exit any kind of event the plugin has going

/vo ghost manual
^ Toggle ghostmode, if you dislike having to specate your predator after being eaten, if manual is included, you have to spawn back manually using /vo stop (assuming ghostmode is enabled)

/vo copy
^ Get a copy of your preds disposal, for reasons unknown

/vo gc

^ check predator arena game time.

/vo debug
^ Print a lot of debug data on your user, used to diagnose horribleness

/vo key
^ FUTURE USE

/vo repopulate
^ We don't talk about this one, it does nothing.

/vo setmsg
^ FUTURE USE

Almost finished: Third up, KC plugin, or rather, what's left of it:
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This is a chat plugin, or was before i decided to just emulate the whole thing

It has the following features:
- begin your sentence with a prefix to chat to that channel
- opt out of voremessages
- use parties to chat to groups
- opt out of rp chat / global chat
- and more!

Onto the commands:
/kc ?
^ View help menu

/kc p <name>
^ join a party by its name

/kc p list
^ List who's in your party, this should list on join anyways

/kc leaveparty
^ Leave your current party

/kc leaverp
^ Leaves the rp channel

/kc leaveglobal
^ leave global for intimate rp owo

/kc death dislikes/no_vore
^ Select notification mode, this was originally designed with more options, so it is left as is.
dislikes, will stop you from seeing events generated by disliked predtypes, while no_vore will just stop vore death messages alltogheter

/kc invite playername
^ invites a player to your party

/kc !
^ Change default channel to global, you can also send a message with the prefix ! to send to global while in another channel

Other prefixes include: % for local,@ for stomach chat, $ for party chat, rp for rp chat, #W for world chat.

Fourth up, Pets:
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Allright, this one is super simple.

Take a nametag, rightclick something you want as a pet, (the AI will NOT turn off, i recommend doing this on non hostile mobs)
it will lock onto your pet, so you can go rightclick somewhere else with the same or a different nametag to set the pets belly.
That's it!, your pet now has a belly, got build a house inside or something :P
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Re: Guide to Vo and back.

Postby Potato » Tue Aug 16, 2016 7:26 pm

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