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Old 06-06-2014, 09:15 PM
htdang1 htdang1 is offline
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Default Using console command to create troops

Not exactly sure which section of the forum this question would go since it spans different topics but I suppose this place is just as appropriate.

I have googled this ad nauseam without much success so thought I'd try here.

I am trying to start a new game using just elven units. However, when just starting, you're pretty much at the mercy of whatever units you happen to find nearby to at least have troops to defend yourself when attacked.

To that end, does anyone know if it's possible to spawn a unit using a console command, e.g. the same way you would use "item elven_crown" etc. to create an item in your backpack?

Thanks in advance.
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Old 06-06-2014, 09:42 PM
Sir Whiskers Sir Whiskers is offline
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I don’t believe the console can do that, but here’s a way to modify your starting army when you begin a new game.

In the ses.kfs file, you’ll find a file called hero.txt
Export that file, then open it.
A line in that file begins “army=”
Enter the units and quantities you want to start with.
Once you've done so, save the file.
Copy that file into your Data/Mods folder (if you don't have a Mods folder, create one).
Start a new game with the troops you entered in the hero.txt file.


Here’s a list of the troop names to use:


Hope this helps.

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Old 06-06-2014, 10:05 PM
htdang1 htdang1 is offline
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Thanks very much, Sir Whiskers. Worked like a charm. I'd give you "rep" but that doesn't seem to be something available in this forum.
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