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  1. Wow, that is an amazing find! I am quite amazed about how many possibilities this opens. And now it totally makes sense why my tileatr didnt work few months ago when i used editor attributes.
  2. Hey man! I am still around, although I am not playing online anymore. Years have passed, I don't have the time required to play online due to work and other things. I am, however, still involved in the singleplayer community for mapping, which is basically me, Cm and Fey at this point If you like singleplayer missions, there are quite a bunch around here! And if you enjoyed War of Assassins and Sandstorm, I am currently working on a sequel for them Both Fey and Cm are also active when it comes to making missions. When it comes to the online scene, I guess dato knows more about that. He is very active on the online part. There is also a discord server for Dune 2000, just check one of the topics here for an invite. Glad to see you back man
  3. The reason why Atreides has sight of the outpost and Harkonnen don't was intended to represent the Atreides air superiority, their ornithopters scouted it out, but I never mentioned that anywhere so I can see why nobody got the idea About Hark1, yea, I know about it, decided to let it be like that since it was mission 1, did not aim for something extremely challenging, especially because the entire campaign is pretty difficult itself. Hark4: i remember that thing with the wall, i believe the problem was they were attacking the walls as well and suffering splash damage from walls that killed them. I might remember wrong but i think this is why I did it that way, not sure. Anyway every time I tested it they did kill the starports eventually, usually at least 1 fremen was shooting it. I also remember they shot walls sometimes, but it might be the ordos version, dont remember, it's been a long time About harkonnen tanks in last missions, yea, a copy-pasted trigger event, i saw it but decided to let it be since i kinda always liked to see combined combat tanks in one side like the Guild, they get both atr and hark tanks from starports. And since all houses are allied and they also shared superweapons, it does make some sense to share some tanks Ordos3: Yea I know how the AI numbers for units work, that sounds really bad lol, must have messed up the AI section somehow, definitely a bug, nice catch. I guess i didnt pay much attention to them when testing since they are a neutral faction meant to only spice things up a bit. I checked my version, I seem to have the same for death hand missile, which is bad I think i used an empty AI file that i edited, IIRC empty AI has 1000 to everything, so probably that is the reason Updating all these issues would be cool, but i am not sure how could they be added to the mission launcher pack and to the gruntmods edition. I guess Funky and/or Gruntlord should add them in case there will be fixes. I always wanted to fix Harkonnen 3 from stock War of Assassins for example (the one with no win event), but decided not to since i cant edit my initial post anymore and also i would need someone to add them in the mission launcher again. Glad you liked the story and style of the missions and thanks for the feedback, the neutral mechanic is definitely something pretty unique and i also enjoyed it a lot, hence why i decided to take full advantage of it. It definitely makes things very interesting, especially on Medium and Hard, where one small splash damage could get you with 1 or 2 new enemies and open up a totally new front. I remember in hark 7 original WOA on hard, after killing the north-west sardaukar base i waited for atreides and ordos to weaken the eastern sardaukar base some more since i was really broke, they killed my harvs a lot This campaign makes good use of difficulty levels imo, when i created it i only played on medium (as I always do) because that is the middle-ground between less experienced players and veterans. I am sure I can't beat all missions on hard, i didnt even try all of them on hard cuz I know that, but there are ppl who can. Also, i let some small "cheese" possibilities here and there, such as no units for the enemy at the start of a mission, so players can exploit that if they can't beat it normally, or, if they want a challenge, they can try not to exploit that vulnerability
  4. Gotta play them, I lost track of your smuggler campaign and I really enjoyed it Unfortunately time is killing me for a long period already. Once I'm done with the graduation stuff, I'll play the campaign. Glad to see you guys still pumping out new missions.
  5. No, has nothing to do with Windows versions, or at least it shouldn't have. Check resources.cfg for the paths. You could try a quick thing: copy the missions folder from Data/missions into root directory (so you'll have Dune2000/missions) and see if it makes a difference. For example, I have my missions folder in the root directory, not in Data.
  6. Exactly that. The program needs the root of the Dune folder, that way it knows how to find both the missions and the maps folders. Check resources.cfg and you'll figure out where to put everything.
  7. Yo man, being busy with graduation and work. That's cool, let's hope Funky still reads this place
  8. If that happens, maybe i'm gonna acutally finish that war of assassins sequel so funky, u got at least 2 ppl really looking forward to this
  9. Yea that shit error, I had it too in one of the coop maps posted on cncnet, i believe it might still happen, although I remember it was kinda random, not at a precise gametick. There is not much you can do about it besides what the guys already suggested. It's a trial and error kind of thing. A total pain in the ass.
  10. About tech level and money, yes. It means how many icons you will see on the right building and unit sidebar without having to scroll for the rest. It is independent of the resolution (normally using a very big res would allow you to have most icons there without having to scroll down, this option forces the game to display x icons no matter of the resolution)
  11. Yea, that was the old way of dealing with multiplayer starting locations for coop missions. Back then we didn't have a way to prevent MCVs getting spawned, so we had to put them somewhere where they get killed quickly. Nowadays there is some entry in the .ini file to prevent MCV spawn.
  12. Oh yea you are right about spawn.mis, totally forgot about that. So does the ai use 3 factory by default on cncnet? That is cool, i sure am outdated since i havent played in a long while The original ordos mission 9 port was something I put up very quickly to test playing missions online back when the feature was in testing. It worked quite well. It is the first ever coop mission online.
  13. Handicap 0 is the one labeled "easy" for the player. It means the AI builds as if it were on easy. I'm not sure if cncnet adopted this in the end, but in early testings that I did with funky it was set to 0 for the AI. In the vanilla game, it was set to 1 (normal) for all AI players, no matter what the player difficulty was. The AI is stored in _PRAC.mis. That is where all maps which do not have custom .mis files (so, the standard skirmish maps with no events) load the AI from. The AI is modified, it's not the original dune AI with more money. They are set to build very quickly and the unit composition/unit build priorities are also changed a bit. Something that I still don't understand is why they ditched the 3 factory for AI feature. It is superior to an AI building just from one, no matter what they say, as I have tested this personally Hence why I said there are better AI versions out there than the cncnet default one. Maybe you played a coop map. The coop maps, while they look exactly like skirmish, use custom .mis file with most likely custom AI. At least I know for sure all my maps use custom AI with probably 3 factory builds. To clarify, the AI builds and priorities are exactly the same for all difficulty levels, the only thing that changes is the starting cash, which makes a huge difference for the AI.
  14. CnCNet difficulty levels are related to how much starting cash the AI gets. Easy gets 2500, normal gets whatever you set it for the players i think, and hard gets 40k. If I remember correctly, funky set all AI modes to use handicap 0 settings. Of course, overwriting the cash with events in the mission file renders that difficulty AI option useless. If it's a singleplayer mission, I recommend doing it as a mission launcher type of mission instead of skirmish-mission. As Cm said, it is very easy to copy the cncnet skirmish AI over to your map, or copy some other AIs. I can tell you, the cncnet AI is not the strongest that is available, there are some which are stronger. Also, you can create your own AI.
  15. I've been really busy (and still am) with university and work. Doing both at the same time takes most of the day. My War of Assassins: Sandstorm sequel campaign is still there in some folder, with just 2 missions developed Wanted to continue it at some point, but I got discouraged by the impossibility to modify colors per map (a setting in the ini file for colors would be awesome), since I want to add some new houses to the scene (and new planets) and i'd need custom colors. I remember funkyfresh said he might add this feature, but it never happened. I've been lurking on the forum from time to time, checking what's new, and even wanted to reply to some topics like the smuggler one but I forgot xD. Besides, I'm working on a game for my graduation project (as in, a real game, developed in Unity) and that takes up even more time, but nonetheless that is really fun to work on. Yep, I had the same feeling about the Sardaukar in the original. I mean I know it's not the Corrino homeworld, but c'mon, it's the freakin' emperor, does he come on Arrakis with a bunch of minuscule bases as presented in the original campaigns, serving literally no role in the storyline other than "this guy is also here on Arrakis and he is gonna help anyone I am against with a bunch of small shitty armies"?
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