I was thinking changing it to MH , where you need to get to the "other side" each teleporter to a tower would be a tough enemy that must be killed or the bridge will drop depending on a counter of killing the tower enemies. Not letting you to complete the map.
So in other words one base is the start, the other base is the exit. The warpzones would only be for seeing how many monsters you see to kill, only start side. And a quick way to go fight them by going through the portal. Therefore deleting the other side warpzone setup.
Actually what I meant is block the warp from entering, then unblock it, only if you are more than 50% complete. Sort of like a playerstart turned on, up ahead, but just use the warp !. The exit needs to be up high so you can't jump back in it.
Probably won't see pawns though it, I never thought about that aspect, even for offline, I will make a quick test map and see what happens offline
But that is a lot of work for a map that is not mine, but I do like the map.
I'm not so convinced about this thing On-Line...
I think I explained already X times what is Net-Play and bStasis thing and... number of network channels between a server and client.
But I do see working warpzones online, in DM
In mean-time any admin with knowledge can do some analysis at those super duper relevance things and let me know how well goes with a monster behind a glass patrolling and not directly visible - ON-LINE... Dream on, guys... Let me see, I could see monster skating/sliding and NOT exactly animating at a moment, because network codes are preventing a charge when this is considered not needed.
I played CTF-300k map I-C-U with monsters... lol UT warps...
I am messing with that warpzone test map. But I have a large hole with a mover (just for looks) on top, 7104 by 1984 and 32 units thick.sektor2111 wrote: ↑Tue Jun 09, 2020 6:22 amMethod 1)
- SET bridges to Mover - ShowPolys from menu
- Put PathNodes if aren't there
- Build paths (No, I ain't say REBUILD)
- Now go to that Default Build Menu and UNCHECK the stupid Build Paths box - simply LEAVE PATHS alone, they have been build already.
- Build geometry and the rest for not having visual glitches at those movers showing polygons.
When I show polys on mover, place paths, rebuild paths only, then play test. I run down a hallway around the corner it locks me in place, I have to hit ALT cntrl DEL to get out and close UT, the editor stays fine.
Then I added a collision hull above the mover, the paths built and no crash, did it twice to make sure it was this.
It don't make sense that those paths can be legit, when the code says the bots know about high ledges and low depths.
I think it just needs a new type of botpath for heights. Like those flying ones they made for UT2004, etc etc.
But I wouldn't think it would make the map crash.
I did not rebuild the map after I only built paths. I could try the second rebuild without paths, see what happens.
The second rebuild did the job. (without paths) Seems to work, great shortcut !
1) Mover - Show POLYS
2) Build Paths
3) Open build menu - uncheck paths box
4) Re-Build map Without paths - a MUST, it's not optional. You should not try to play map without this step.
And no, I'm not rebuilding a map using all stages in the same time - to me that's not a good practice.
Note: If XC assets are doing a funky reaction of DevPath over a mover moved away, that's not my problem - old maps were working perfectly in plain DevPath.
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