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This mod enables configuration of any mob loot table.
This solution is set up to easily (well, somewhat) configure any "character" drop table in the game. It can either add or replace existing drops.
See the Valheim wiki to get a list of item names which can be used.
A pretty comprehensive guide for prefabs can be found here
Drop That needs to be installed on all clients and on server to work.
From v1.4.0 clients will request the configurations currently loaded by the server, and use those without affecting the clients config files.
This means you should be able to have server-specific configurations, and the client can have its own setup for singleplayer.
Attempting to work with the BepInEx configuration system, but is set up to manage "arrays" of drops.
The configuration file 'drop_that.tables.cfg' is expected (and generated if not present) in the BepInEx config folder. It will be empty by default, and the user is expected to add in the changes desired.
If files are not present, start the game and they will be generated.
Restart to apply changes.
General configurations. Contains predefined configurations, which includes rules for how the 'drop_that.tables.cfg' entries will be applied.
[General] ## Enable debug logging. EnableDebug = false ## Loads drop table configurations from supplemental files. ## Eg. drop_that.supplemental.my_drops.cfg will be included on load. LoadSupplementalDropTables = true [DropTables] ## When enabled, all existing items in drop tables gets removed. ClearAllExisting = false ## When enabled, all existing items in drop tables are removed when a configuration for that entity exist. ## Eg. if "Deer" is present in configuration table, the configured drops will be the only drops for "Deer". ClearAllExistingWhenModified = false ## When enabled, drop configurations will not override existing items if their indexes match. AlwaysAppend = false ## When enabled, drop conditions are checked at time of death, instead of at time of spawn. ApplyConditionsOnDeath = false [Debug] ## Enables in-depth logging. Note, this might generate a LOT of log entries. EnableTraceLogging = false ## When enabled, creates a file on world start, in the plugin folder containing the default mob drop tables. WriteDefaultDropTableToFile = false ## When enabled, creates a file on world start, in the plugin folder containing items of mobs that have drop tables. WriteCreatureItemsToFile = false ## When enables, creates a file on world start in the plugin folder, containing the name of each location in the game. WriteLocationsToFile = false [Performance] ## When enabled, will always attempt to create stacks of items when dropping, instead of creating items one by one. ## Eg. 35 coin stack, instead of 35 individual 1 coin drops. AlwaysAutoStack = false ## When greater than 0, will limit the maximum number of items dropped at a time. This is intended for guarding against multipliers. ## Eg. if limit is 100, and attempting to drop 200 coins, only 100 will be dropped. DropLimit = -1
Main file for inserting drop configurations.
Drop tables are configured by creating a section as follows:
[<EntityPrepfabName>.<DropIndex>] ItemName = <ItemPrefabName> AmountMin = <integer> AmountMax = <integer> Chance = <DropChance> //0 disables it, 0.5 is 50% chance, 1 is 100% chance. OnePerPlayer = <bool> LevelMultiplier = <bool> Enabled = <bool> //Disables this entry from being applied.
The DropIndex is used to either override an existing item drop, or simply to add to the list.
Multiple drops for a mob can be modified by copying the above multiple times, using the same entity name and a different index.
Conditions can be added to each index as follows:
|ConditionMinLevel||int||-1||1||Minimum level of mob for which item drops|
|ConditionMaxLevel||int||-1||5||Maximum level of mob for which item drops|
|ConditionNotDay||bool||false||true||If true, will not drop during daytime|
|ConditionNotAfternoon||bool||false||true||If true, will not drop during afternoon|
|ConditionNotNight||bool||false||true||If true, will not drop during afternoon|
|ConditionEnvironments||string||Misty, Thunderstorm||Array of environment names that allow the item to drop while they are active. Leave empty to always allow|
|ConditionGlobalKeys||string||defeated_eikthyr, defeated_gdking||Array of global keys names that allow the item to drop while they are active. Leave empty to always allow|
|ConditionBiomes||string||Meadows, Swamp||Array of biome names that allow the item to drop while they are active. Leave empty to always allow|
|ConditionCreatureStates||string||Tamed, Event||Array of creature states for which the item drop. If empty, allows all|
|ConditionNotCreatureStates||string||Tamed, Event||Array of creature states for which the item will not drop. If empty, allows all|
|ConditionHasItem||string||skeleton_bow||Array of items (prefab names) that will enable this drop. If empty, allows all|
|ConditionFaction||string||Undead, Boss||Array of factions that will enable this drop. If empty, allows all|
|ConditionNotFaction||string||Undead, Boss||Array of factions that will disable this drop. If empty, this condition is ignored|
|ConditionLocation||string||Runestone_Boars, FireHole||Array of location names. When mob spawned in one of the listed locations, this drop is enabled|
|ConditionKilledByDamageType||string||Blunt, Fire||Array of damage types that will enable this drop, if they were part of the final killing blow. If empty, allows all|
|ConditionKilledWithStatus||string||Burning, Smoked||Array of statuses that mob had any of while dying, to enable this drop. If empty, allows all|
|ConditionKilledWithStatuses||string||Burning, Smoked||Array of statuses that mob must have had all of while dying, to enable this drop. If empty, allows all|
|ConditionKilledBySkillType||string||Swords, Unarmed||Array of skill types that will enable this drop, if they were listed as the skill causing the damage of the final killing blow. If empty, allows all|
|SetQualityLevel||int||-1||10||Sets the quality level of the item. If 0 or less, this setting is ignored|
|SetAmountLimit||int||-1||200||Sets an absolute limit to the number of drops. This will stop multipliers from generating more than the amount set in this condition. Ignored if 0 or less|
|SetAutoStack||bool||false||true||If true, will attempt to stack items before dropping them. This means the item generation will only be run once per stack|
[Draugr.0] ItemName = Entrails AmountMin = 1 AmountMax = 1 Chance = 1 OnePerPlayer = false LevelMultiplier = true Enabled = true [Draugr.1] ItemName = IronScrap AmountMin = 1 AmountMax = 1 Chance = 1 OnePerPlayer = false LevelMultiplier = true Enabled = true [Deer.5] ItemName = Coins AmountMin = 1 AmountMax = 100 Chance = 0.5 OnePerPlayer = false LevelMultiplier = false Enabled = true ConditionMinLevel=1 ConditionMaxLevel=2 ConditionNotDay=false ConditionNotNight=false ConditionNotAfternoon=false ConditionEnvironments=Misty ConditionGlobalKeys=defeated_bonemass ConditionBiomes=Blackforest,Meadows
By default, Drop That will load additional configurations from configs with names prefixed with "drop_that.supplemental.".
This allows for adding your own custom templates to Drop That. Eg. "drop_that.supplemental.my_custom_configuration.cfg"
The supplemental configuration expects the same structure as "drop_that.tables.cfg".
Mod-specific configs can be added to each configuration entry as
These are implemented soft-dependant, meaning if the mod is not present, the configuration will do nothing.
Integrates features based on Spawn That.
|ConditionTemplateId||string||MyTemplateId, 1234||Array of Spawn That TemplateId values to enable to drop for|
Example of Eikthyr dropping ore only when spawned by an existing spawn that template with an assigned template id.
[Eikthyr.10] ItemName = CopperOre [Eikthyr.10.SpawnThat] ConditionTemplateId=SomeTemplateIdForEikthyr
Example files for setting up a loot goblin can be found in the github example here.
Integrates to magic item roll system from Epic Loot. Allows for making items magic. See the mod page for more in-depth description of the magic system.
The items are first given a rarity level, based on the configured options.
The roll is done as a weighted distribution, meaning if you gave Magic 100 and Legendary 100, it would be 50% chance to become one of them. If you added Rare as 100, it would be 33% for any of them.
|RarityWeightNone||float||0||250||Weight to use for rolling as a non-magic item|
|RarityWeightMagic||float||0||100||Weight to use for rolling as rarity 'Magic'|
|RarityWeightRare||float||0||75||Weight to use for rolling as rarity 'Rare'|
|RarityWeightEpic||float||0||50||Weight to use for rolling as rarity 'Epic'|
|RarityWeightLegendary||float||0||10||Weight to use for rolling as rarity 'Legendary'|
|RarityWeightUnique||float||0||1||Weight to use for rolling unique items from the UniqueIDs array. If item rolls as unique, a single id will be selected randomly from the UniqueIDs|
|UniqueIDs||string||HeimdallLegs, RagnarLegs||Id's for unique legendaries from Epic Loot. Will drop as a non-magic item if the legendary does not meet its requirements|
Example of bonemass set to always drop a pair of epic pants.
[Bonemass.10] ItemName = ArmorBronzeLegs [Bonemass.10.EpicLoot] RarityWeightEpic = 1
Additional conditions for Creature Level and Loot Control.
See the mod nexus page for more in-depth documentation for the options.
|ConditionBossAffix||string||Reflective, Shielded||Array of boss affixes, for which item will drop|
|ConditionNotBossAffix||string||Reflective, Shielded||Array of boss affixes, for which item will not drop.|
|ConditionInfusion||string||Fire, Frost||Array of creature infusions, for which item will drop|
|ConditionNotInfusion||string||Fire, Frost||of creature infusions, for which item will not drop|
|ConditionExtraEffect||string||Quick, Curious||Array of creature extra effects, for which item will drop|
|ConditionNotExtraEffect||string||Quick, Curious||Array of creature extra effects, for which item will not drop|
Example for boar which will drop iron scraps only when it has an Infusion.
[Boar.0] ItemName = IronScrap Enabled = true AmountMin = 1 AmountMax = 1 Chance = 1 [Boar.0.CreatureLevelAndLootControl] ConditionNotInfusion = None
Valheim status effect options are not easily identified. But this is a list of at least some of the possibilities.
Please note that the install buttons only work if you have compatible client software installed, such as the Thunderstore Mod Manager. Otherwise use the zip download links instead.
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