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Anomen romance

Guest jeohni

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First, enable the console, then press Ctrl+Space in-game to bring it up. To actually work with the variables, you can use these commands:


Check romance status: CLUAConsole:GetGlobal("AnomenRomanceActive","GLOBAL")

Check romance timer: CLUAConsole:GetGlobal("AnomenRomance","GLOBAL") (expect this to be high)

Check romance progress: Hold the mouse pointer over Anomen, then CLUAConsole:GetGlobal("LoveTalk","LOCALS")

Change romance status: CLUAConsole:SetGlobal("AnomenRomanceActive","GLOBAL",value), where value is 0 (never started), 1 (in progress), 2 (committed), or 3 (blew it)

Get next romance talk: CLUAConsole:SetGlobal("AnomenRomance","GLOBAL",1) (this assumes there aren't any special conditions on the talk, e.g. some only happen on rest; in such cases, you'll get the talk once the conditions are met)


There are more ways to use the console in this way, but I can't think of them all right now.


As an alternative, you can work with the above variables in ShadowKeeper (the locals are under the appropriate character's Affects tab--in this case, Anomen's--and the globals have their own tab).

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