Skill and Skillset Workbook Compilation
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- Generic Skillset Fix: This "Fix" causes Skillsets to mime the properties of other skillsets, for the purposes of things such as dodging the hardcoding of Throw/Jump/Etc. Just enter the Hex ID of the Skillset you want to mime in the Row, or FF if you want it to work normally. I mostly added this because I know some people have trouble using this hack without a guide for anything other than the defaults Xifanie set it to on her page, when it's really good for so much more.
- Pre-Raw Stat Editor: This allows you to edit several things. The first is Ramza's starting Gear, Gender, Brave/Faith, Level (which will affect Soldier Office recruitment level) PA, MA, SP, HP, MP, and variance in each. The second thing it'll allow you to edit is the base stats (HP/MP/SP/PA/MA) and variance for each the Male, Female, and Monster Genders. By "base stats" I mean the Level 1 stats of any unit of that Gender regardless of Job when equipped with no gear. This allows you control of the gap between Males and Females, allows you to add randomness to human stats or remove it from monster stats, etc. with ease pending needs. Now has a preview of the converted Raw Stats on the bottom half of the sheet, which can then be used to calculate growths over time with a program such as LvlSim. Also includes miscellaneous functions like setting the modified HP/MP raw stat divisor for ???-flagged units. Because this is a divisor, making it smaller will increase the HP/MP gain, and making it larger will decrease it.
- Job Defense Boost ASM: This allows you to give every Job without exception it's own innate Defense and Magic Defense damage reduction percent. The percent is set in the spreadsheet as XX/FF, and to make a skill become affected by either, you set the AI DEFUP and AI MDEFUP flags in FFTPatcher. The original spreadsheet work was by Pokeytax, hence why the layout is different from what my spreadsheets usually used. I fixed a number of bugs, added some instructions, and did some miscellaneous things to it though to make it work for OpenOffice users, and included it here for completion's sake with Pride's permission.