Author Topic: Is it possible to get rid of the toffee apple and hot apple cider blueprints?  (Read 59 times)

BruceLeeFan88

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First of all, thank you HG:R devs. I used to play this game with my brother. He passed away last year in December from a seizure.  Playing this game again with the new life you have breathed into it is the closest thing I can get to playing it with him again. Thank you for all you do in keeping this wonderful game and memory alive. I'm currently a Lvl 36 Solo Guardian that's grinding end-game bosses in Hell on Normal difficulty in hopes to receive the Keeper of the North Star and crank my willpower so I can wear my Sol's Invictus armor. Is there any way to get rid of the toffee apple and hot apple cider blueprints among others? They're overwhelming my stash. I also thought of some minor QoL suggestions, such as being able to sell items from your stash at shops, a transfer station in Mark Lane Station and the ability to breakdown Blueprints. I'm going to be playing this for years to come again in memory of my closest friend. It's never getting uninstalled.
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Kikina the templar

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Hello,
thanks for your kind words and also accept my condolences on your loss.
It is, of course, possible to reset the event item drop rules, but it is a very complicated matter that the average user cannot handle.In Revival, it is not possible to change the "treasures" table directly via the Reanimator, it is necessary to use some hexa editor. I recommend selling these common blueprints at the merchant and keeping only the rare ones.All blueprints (except quest ones) can be sold or discarded.
The game also have sets a maximum number of blueprints that the player can carry, if this amount in inventories exceeds a certain value, more blueprints will stop appearing in the game.
Adding a merchant to Mark Lane is even more complicated, and i probably wouldn't have been able to do it when i was still working on Revival. Thanks to the experience of the people from the London 2038 project, i would probably already know how to do it today, but i have already forgotten a bunch of other necessary knowledge...  :D After all, it's been quite a while since I last covered Revival.
In any case, i'm glad Revival is still being played now that there are so many other versions of the game...

BruceLeeFan88

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Thank you for the reply and kind words in return. He was one hell of a warrior. I just realized you can destroy them, but they need to be in your inventory. Wow. Derp moment. lol I can't believe it took me that long to realize that. Either way, thanks for the assist!