ItemType Table

ItemType Table

Description: by JBouley

Categories: File Guides (1.00-1.06x)


The 'type' I'm
referring to is the Type column, which appears in only three files
to my knowledge: misc.txt, weapons.txt, and armor.txt.

1 - unknown

2 - shield

3 - armor

4 - gold

5 - arrows

6 - bolts

7 - ear

8 - unknown

9 - potion

10 - ring

11 - elixir

12 - amulet

13 - unknown

14 - unknown

15 - boots

16 - gloves

17 - unknown

18 - tome (town portal or identify)

19 - belts

20 - gem

21 - torch

22 - scroll (town portal or identify)

23 - unknown

24 - scepter

25 - wand

26 - staff

27 - bow

28 - axe

29 - club

30 - sword

31 - hammer

32 - dagger

33 - javelin

34 - polearm

35 - crossbow

36 - mace

37 - helmet

38 - throwing potion

39 - quest item

40 - organ/body part

41 - key

42 - throwing knife

43 - throwing axe


Examples on how you can use these numbers in your own mod:


1) If you read the 'socketing armor' tutorial, you'll
see that using the helm's Type code is key to making the process
work.

2) If you gave a longsword (or any other weapon) the Type code
for a staff, that weapon would appear a lot of the time with sorc
skill bonuses (you can do similar stuff for the pally and necro
with the scepter and wand Type codes). Drawback is that the weapon
then ends up with the capabilities of the weapon that normally has
that type code. For example, a sword with a scepter type code
becomes scepter class weapon.

3) You could give the key Type code to something else (say, a
monster organ), and it would become able to open chest.

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