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    PFRPG Item Durability

    This extension adds hardness, hitpoints, and damage fields to item sheets. It also does most of the work for you in calculating these values, although most items will need their 'substance' and 'thickness' fields filled in.
    For the list of accepted substances, see the items listed in brackets after "tSubstances" here. Thickness is in inches and can be any number (including non-whole numbers). A good starting point for a light bladed weapon is 0.125 inches, while a greatsword would be around .33 inches. Just use your best judgement on how thick the structure of an item is, and feel free to check your results against the reference table here.
    If an item doesn't have its substance detected correctly (but the name, properties, or type/subtype contain enough clues to tell what it should be), please let me know in this thread.

    Damage rolled can be dragged to the item damage field to have most applicable reductions performed, hardness subtracted, and the resulting damage added to the previous field contents. If the damage is at least 50% of the total item hitpoints, the broken condition is applied. If the damage is at least 100%, the item is unequipped. If the item is a weapon, any attacks made with the item suffer a –2 penalty on attack and damage rolls. Such weapons only score a critical hit on a natural 20 and only deal 2 damage on a confirmed critical hit.
    If the item is a suit of armor or a shield, the bonus it grants to AC is halved, rounding down. Broken armor doubles its armor check penalty on skills.

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    Last edited by bmos; September 13th, 2020 at 15:44.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmos View Post
    This extension adds hardness, hitpoints, and damage boxes to item sheets. Damage rolled can be dragged to the item damage field to have hardness subtracted and the damaged added to the previous field contents. If the damage is energy damage, it is divided in half before removing hardness.

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    Uuh, nice, thanks Does it also make a difference in what type of energy is used? (it is not always halved, depending on energy type) Or is this maybe just a 3.5e thing to treat different energy types differently for such a thing? (I slowly learn the slight differences! )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kelrugem View Post
    Uuh, nice, thanks Does it also make a difference in what type of energy is used? (it is not always halved, depending on energy type) Or is this maybe just a 3.5e thing to treat different energy types differently for such a thing? (I slowly learn the slight differences! )
    https://www.d20pfsrd.com/equipment/d...Energy-Attacks
    Half damage, subject to GM discretion.

    For the time being, just drag energy damage on twice if it should bypass.
    I'm also all ears to suggestions about how I could parse for material (seems nearly impossible to me). Or suggestions about how to make a UI for bypassing the halving.
    It would also work to just hold down the keyboard shortcut when dragging the damage instead of having this halving code, but--since the game's default behavior is supposed to be halving--I thought the code should default to that as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmos View Post
    https://www.d20pfsrd.com/equipment/d...Energy-Attacks
    Half damage, subject to GM discretion.

    For the time being, just drag energy damage on twice if it should bypass.
    I'm also all ears to suggestions about how I could parse for material (seems nearly impossible to me). Or suggestions about how to make a UI for bypassing the halving.
    It would also work to just hold down the keyboard shortcut when dragging the damage instead of having this halving code, but--since the game's default behavior is supposed to be halving--I thought the code should default to that as well.
    Ah, also caring about obejct types would be certainly a mammoth task, and probably needs some scientific work first

    I was basically refering to the 3.5e rules, and, indeed, it is seemingly different to PF1:
    Acid and sonic attacks deal damage to most objects just as they do to creatures; roll damage and apply it normally after a successful hit. Electricity and fire attacks deal half damage to most objects; divide the damage dealt by 2 before applying the hardness. Cold attacks deal one-quarter damage to most objects; divide the damage dealt by 4 before applying the hardness.
    But of course you do not need to add that But, just in case, you could use the PF variable stored in CommonData to make a distinction between both rulesets in the damage calculation

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kelrugem View Post
    Ah, also caring about obejct types would be certainly a mammoth task, and probably needs some scientific work first

    I was basically refering to the 3.5e rules, and, indeed, it is seemingly different to PF1:

    But of course you do not need to add that But, just in case, you could use the PF variable stored in CommonData to make a distinction between both rulesets in the damage calculation
    Oh, I can definitely add that soon!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmos View Post
    Oh, I can definitely add that soon!
    cool, thank you very much

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    Any known conflicts with existing extensions? (just askin')
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    Quote Originally Posted by Asgurgolas View Post
    Any known conflicts with existing extensions? (just askin')
    that's why us lucky sods are here

    Notes 2020-7-25:

    - Colour coding of damage doesn't come through on my end
    - neither does dragging a damage roll from the chat window to an item (whether locked or unlocked)
    - DMG/hardness/HP on items, can be mouse-wheeled negative...

    Question:
    - Is this intended to take the broken condition/use it/implement it on weapons and armor? (because it doesn't at the moment, but if it did, that would be brilliant)
    Last edited by Zygmunt Molotch; July 25th, 2020 at 04:43.

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    First, thanks to Bmos for this useful extension.

    I am running 3.5 campaign and I have stumbled upon this extension so I downloaded it and tried to activate it. Unfortunately, it wasn’t there.
    Ok, it makes sense. It is for PFRPG. So, I checked file of extension and found small mistake.

    I don’t know for all of you guys but if you write 3.5e (with a small “e”) in extension declaration, FGU does not see it.

    To wrap up. Just change 3.5e to 3.5E and it works!

    Maybe this was strange case but now I have options for item HP, Durability and damage.

    Can any of you confirm similar experience?
    If it is global case can Bmos repair his extension?

    PS
    Btw I love your extension Bmos and hope there will be more in the future. I am so happy that creators like you still care about PFRPG/3.5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moongleam View Post
    First, thanks to Bmos for this useful extension.

    I am running 3.5 campaign and I have stumbled upon this extension so I downloaded it and tried to activate it. Unfortunately, it wasn’t there.
    Ok, it makes sense. It is for PFRPG. So, I checked file of extension and found small mistake.

    I don’t know for all of you guys but if you write 3.5e (with a small “e”) in extension declaration, FGU does not see it.

    To wrap up. Just change 3.5e to 3.5E and it works!

    Maybe this was strange case but now I have options for item HP, Durability and damage.

    Can any of you confirm similar experience?
    If it is global case can Bmos repair his extension?

    PS
    Btw I love your extension Bmos and hope there will be more in the future. I am so happy that creators like you still care about PFRPG/3.5.
    I actually noticed this last night when I started testing an energy attack fix for Kelrugem and just haven't pushed new versions yet, but thanks! I was so close and yet so far hehe
    Really glad you enjoy the extension. I've tried 5e and some other systems and there like plenty that do things better, but Pathfinder is so 'done' feeling that I just had to come back.
    3.5E/PF1e forever!
    Last edited by bmos; July 25th, 2020 at 12:20.
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