Commissions

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Depending on your project needs, I provide several services

  • Script Writing
  • Script Consultation

More information can be found below.

Contact

All requests should be sent to me via email. Use the contact form for this.

Payment

Currently I offer paypal as an option. If you prefer alternative methods we can see if something can be worked out.

Script Writing

This includes anything related to writing scripts, including

  • modifying an existing script
  • writing patches for existing scripts
  • writing completely new scripts

Request Format

To submit a request, you must provide the following information

  • A brief summary of what you want.
  • A detailed explanation of every component you would like
  • If applicable, examples of input and expected output.
  • If applicable, mock-ups of what you want to see (if visuals are involved)
  • If applicable, resources that you want to use

You will also need to provide a copy of your project. This is so that when I write the script, it will be tested under your project. This is to avoid compatibility issues that may arise simply because you have scripts that I didn’t know about.

If you add new scripts after I have begun working on the script, additional fees may be charged if the new scripts result in compatibility issues that I need to address. I will inform you what the fees are when you tell me that you want to add new scripts.

Request Approval

Not all requests will be accepted. Whether a request is accepted or not is based on various factors such as whether it interests me, how my schedule looks, and what your timeline is. Naturally, if you want something within 24 hours and it is a fairly large project that I cannot complete in 24 hours, I will inform you that I’m unable to do fill that request.

Commission Rates

Rates depend on various factors. We can discuss rates after you have submitted a request and I have expressed interest in it. To make things easier, you should also provide a general idea of your project budget for scripts with your request, as I will take that into consideration.

Script Consultation

For scripters that may be having a hard time implementing an idea, or trying to figure out how to solve compatibility issues between scripts, or how to add your own add-on based on an existing script, I can provide consultation services.

My role would not be to write a script for you, but instead to help you figure out how to write your own script. This might involve clarifying how certain parts of the engine are implemented, or to walk through certain concepts that would be required to implement an idea.

Some questions are fairly straightforward and I would just give you an answer or direct you to another resource, but if the problem is specific enough, fees would be charged to spend time looking at the problem.

My own scripts are not exempt from consultation fees. If you are asking about how a script works, that is something I would answer freely, but if you are asking how to implement a complete system using the scripts, you may need to pay consultation fees since I would be the one that is figuring out how to implement the system, rather than clarifying how the script is used.

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14 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

    Would you be interested in making a smithing script that mixes or Guided Fate Paradox, Dark Cloud and Legend of Mana’ systems?

  2. Thekenbaum says:

    For your “Lock Facing Direction” Plugin.
    Can you make it so it works with W, A, S, and D at the same time; while setting it up so each button changes your direction?

  3. Anonymous says:

    I’m working on a game that I don’t have intentions of making commercial but I noticed that you would like someone to contact you if they use your plugin for commercial use. As I said, I am making this game for myself but I am curious as to what you would want if someone were to ask to use your plugin for commercial use. On the off chance that I or someone else wants to use your plugins I think that would be good information to have prior to building a game rather than finding out they don’t like your terms and losing an entire project.

    • Anonymous says:

      “My terms of use have changed, effective Nov 22, 2015.

      All MV Plugins and Ace scripts are free for commercial and non-commercial use”

      nevermind…:)

  4. BlazinBoot says:

    I know it’ll cost a lot, so I’m just asking out of curiosity. Would you be able to make a Zelda battle system, so to speak, so I could make a Zelda RPG?

  5. Ace says:

    Is there a way I can do what’s described here using menu command manager plugin? And if so, could you post a quick reply as to how?

    http://forums.rpgmakerweb.com/index.php?/topic/61809-close-option-to-click-inside-the-option-menu/

  6. bear=cat says:

    ooh can you help with batle system. I gonna make my own because I don’t
    want side view wait battles … but sidevidew direct fight ok. but I making
    a dungeon based script , so I need to know where to start of making one
    abs system) I know they are as long as 7,000k line of code

  7. Hi There Hime,

    First of all I’d just like to say a massive thank you for all your contributions to the RPG maker community. If it wasn’t for people like you this community wouldn’t be what it is. So thank you very much.

    I am messaging to find out whether you have plans to transfer any of your existing scripts to or create new scripts/plugins for RPG maker MX?

    And if you have already made any, where might I find them?

    • Hime says:

      I will be porting scripts over-time. They will be posted on this website as usual. I will be creating a separate list of MV scripts as well for easy access.

      So far I have only created one script.

      • Anonymous says:

        What happens if somebody commissions a script and offers a large sum of money? Will you take it regardless of circumstances?

        • Hime says:

          Price is one factor when it comes to commissions. Of course, the higher the offer, the more likely I will do it, but it would still boil down to whether I am interested in working on it, and other things.

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