Corpse Retrieval

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This script adds “corpse retrieval” functionality to your project.

It provides a script call that allows you to create a “corpse” of your
current active party. All of the equips that are equipped will be removed
from the members and placed in an event. When you retrieve your corpse,
you will recover all of those equips.

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Download

Script: download here

Installation

Place this script below Materials and above Main

Usage

To create a corpse, make a script call

create_party_corpse

Then perform any other commands as needed. When the player returns to pick up
the corpse all lost equips will be recovered.

A corpse is created everytime you die, even if you didn’t retrieve a previous corpse.
There are not many configuration options available at the moment.

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5 Responses

  1. Hugo says:

    Hi, is there a way to use the script before the game over scene, for example i am trying to use it with https://bravo2rgss.wordpress.com/checkpoint-system/ that creates a checkpoint and when you die but doesnt trigger the game over scene until you have no more lifes left.

    Thank you
    P.s.- im using several of your scripts for my game theyre awseome.

  2. Alex says:

    Hi is this free for commercial?

  3. Alex says:

    Hi, when i use this script and i die in battle nothing appear on map :s

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