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  1. Before I delete the emulator files, I'll post these here: I did an experiement on my offline pre renewal server, to see how the classes would react if the skills had cooldown on them. Based on my testing, that would make the game require more multiplayer gameplay, and less potion chugging. I were unable to test deeper this because... Well... I were playing alone, so the skills were being kind of a hinderance for my gameplay. But I have to say, It made the classes felt more complementary, even more the Mage class. I were only able to add actual cooldowns to the first class skills, If you're interessed in trying, you can simply copy the cooldown of the skills bellow to your db/(your server type)/skill_db.txt file (cooldown in miliseconds, you may copy right away the value). Be sure to backup the file first. SM_BASH: 18000 SM_PROVOKE: 1000 SM_MAGNUM: 22000 SM_ENDURE: 10000 MG_SIGHT: 6000 MG_NAPALMBEAT: 3000 MG_SOULSTRIKE: 3500 MG_COLDBOLT: 12000 MG_FROSTDIVER: 9000 MG_STONECURSE: 16000 MG_FIREBALL: 7500 MG_FIREWALL: 4000 MG_FIREBOLT: 12000 MG_LIGHTNINGBOLT: 4000 //Probably better to set to 12000, like Firebolt and Coldbolt MG_THUNDERSTORM: 12000 //Maybe 18000? AL_RUWACH: 6000 AL_PNEUMA: 8000 AL_TELEPORT: 20000 AL_WARP: 30000 AL_HEAL: 4000 AL_INCAGI: 3000 AL_DECAGI: 6000 AL_CRUCIS: 7500 AL_ANGELUS: 13000 AL_BLESSING: 7500 AL_CURE: 5000 MC_MAMMONITE: 15000 AC_CONCENTRATION: 12000 AC_DOUBLE: 22000 AC_SHOWER: 16500 TF_STEAL: 7500 TF_POISON: 17000 Some of those cooldown values may not be good for gameplay in group, so you may try readjusting them. Just keep on mind that the skills have to be useful, but not extremelly dependable, when readjusting the cooldown values.
  2. Well'p, It's impossible. Case closed.
  3. I thought that It was because of the grf, until I noticed that the game were actually reading my data folder, so I don't really think I need the grf file anymore, so I'm using the data folder now. I tried to rename the jobname.lub to jobname.lua, and It didn't worked either. Neither creating a copy of the Nine Tail sprite files and changing the name to the file of the mercenary sprite helped either, even If I placed on the same directory as the original. I'm running out of ideas.
  4. I'm trying to make a completelly different entry of homunculus in the game, but using already existing possible homunculus ids to achieve that. The problem is that even if I change the sprite name at jobname.lub, the game still loads the default sprite of the character. At first, I thought It was because I were actually using the Mercenary sprites (I were using Sword Mercenary 4 entry), but after changing the id of the homunculus to the ID of Eira, then changing her sprite file name in jobname.lub, the game still loads her sprite. Just for testing, I were trying to load "NINE_TAIL" sprite file, and the GRF with the jobname.lub is at the top of the grf load order (Beside even at the bottom It still doesn't load). I copied the id from the Nine Tail entry on the same file. Ps:. I'm using a ready to go ragnarok server and client, even more since I can't compile the server codes, so this is the only way I found right now. Edit:. Photo of the result. https://imgur.com/a/quzKZ97
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