The Show Choice event command allows you to present players with a set of options that they can choose from. Depending on their selection, your event would respond according to their choice.
By default, RPG Maker provides you with a maximum of 6 choices when you create Show Choice commands. This means that, at anytime, you may present up to 6 choices.
However. what happens if you would like to display 7 choices? Or 8? Maybe more? You would need to come up with a method that will allow players to view all selections, but at the same time work around the 6-choice limitation.
Rather than having to figure out how to do that, this plugin makes your job easier by directly allowing you to create choice selections with more than 6 options.
Need more than 6 choices? Download the plugin and try it out!
Plugin: download here (right-click and save as)
- Disabled Choice Conditions
- Hidden Choice Conditions
- Conditional Choice Text
- Choice Display Mode – Change the way your choices are presented!
Download the plugin and place it in the “plugins” folder in your project’s “js” folder. Then open your Plugin Manager (F10), double-click an empty row, and select the LargeChoices plugin.
Once it is in your list of plugins, turn the plugin on.
To combine choices, start by creating a Show Choice command and fill in your options. For example, here is one set of choices:
To add more choices, simply create another Show Choice command and fill in your options. The game will automatically combine them for you:
This screenshot is only for illustration purposes. By default, the number of choices that will be displayed is limited depending on how much space is available on your screen. The choice window will allow you to scroll through choices that aren’t immediately available.
If you don’t want to combine choices together, add a comment between show choice commands.
Custom Default Choice
The default choice is relative to the choice command that the choice belongs to. It works the same way as you would normally do, except you just have to set all of the other ones to None.
Custom Cancel Choice
Choosing the correct cancel choice is similar to choosing a custom default choice. Just set up one of the choices and make sure the others are disallowed.
For branch cancel choice, make sure it is used on the very last choices: