Wait Specified Time †
The process is stopped until the time specified in the wait time has elapsed, ranging from 0 to 120 seconds.
Start Loop †
Start loop processing.
- Assign the Number of Loops
When turned on, the number of times to loop can be assigned as a direct value or as a variable.
After looping an assigned number of times, it moves to the next process.
- Counting Variable
You can specify a variable to which you want to assign the number of loops.
Escape from Loop †
Exit from the loop process.
End Event †
The event is terminated.
Execute Common Event †
Invoke a common event that has already been created.
Generate Events †
Generate events dynamically.
- Event to be Generated
Specify the events to be generated.
- Shooting Source
Specify the source from which the generated events are fired.
- Generating Direction
Specify the direction in which the generated events will move.
- Standard 0 Degrees
Choose one of the following five
Downward (South) of Map
Direction Which Generating Source is Facing to
Looking at Player from Generating Source
Looking at This Event from Generating Source
Looking at Event [ ] from Generating Source
Click inside the circle to determine the direction, or enter the angle directly as a value.
- Shooting Method
Specify the number or conditions under which a single firing is to be made.
- Number of Events
Specify the number of events to be fired in one execution.
- Angle to Shift per Generation
Specify the angle at which one event is fired each time one is generated.
- Random Angle Range
The angle is randomly shifted by a maximum of that value from the specified angle.
For example, if the setting is to fire in the direction of 180 degrees, and the Random Angle Range is set to 30, the shots will be fired randomly in the direction of 150 to 210 degrees.
- Wait Time per Generation
Specify the time between events to be generated.
- Wait until Shooting Complete
The next process is not executed until all events have been fired.
Delete Event †
Delete the event.
Exit Game †
Terminate the game in one of the following ways
Call C# Program †
The function of the C# program (.cs file) assigned to the "C# Program Assignment" in the lower left corner of the event edit screen can be called.
See What are Plug-ins? and Plug-in Samples for C# programs.
- C# Method to Call
If the assigned .cs program has a callable function, you can select the function in this combo box.