"Oh look, it's that guy again..."
As per usual, I get bored and make stuff that I think would be neat. This time was an idea inspired by Zulah's bashing run tracker thingywhatsit here.
... Some of you reached out to me when I was talking about it on Discord, so here it is now that it's (for now) finished, and (hopefully) not gonna break anywhere.
Long story short, it'll keep track of all your runs through bashing areas, and you can go back to compare them later. Persists through Mudlet sessions etc. It will automatically do all of this, without any input needed from the user. The only thing you need to do is have CONFIG MOBDAMAGE ON
as well as CONFIG EXPERIENCE_CHANGE ON
. I aimed to keep trigger count as low as I could, and let backend scripts handle the bulk of it.
It should run just fine on install. It'll create itself the moment you enter an area and smack a mob. 'Runs' will only be collected once you've both a)
Killed at least 30 mobs, and b)
Been in the area for at least 3 minutes. ... If it doesn't for some reason, you can just do huntt install
to get things going. Save/loading is automatic on profile disconnect/connect, but you can also do huntt save
and huntt load
respectively. A 'Run' will be saved the moment you leave the area, so if you're aiming to see how fast you run things, make sure to leave as soon as you're done otherwise it'll keep timing!
- huntt review # (area)
will let you look over a run, like so. You can shorthand the area, and it'll just find the closest matching. drak will search drakuum for instance.
- huntt show (all/area)
will show a condensed version of every one. If you specify an area, it'll search similarly to the above, otherwise it'll display every one you've done. Like so.
- huntt show drak
would show this.
- Finally, you can do huntt delete #
similarly to review, this will delete a selected run. If the area is empty afterwards, it'll also clear the area from the list.
(the full list doesn't automatically show, I just put it in 1 pic to show how it looks after deleting!)
Also some credits to @Lin
for their string functions, which made formatting all of these outputs SO much easier.