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Post by Teresa Rowley on Fri Jan 22, 2016 5:45 pm

The Equipment Page

This page is where you deal with all your needs with regard to moving items around. It consists of several areas:

On the far left you will see a green outline of a man, with several boxes dotted around it. This is what you currently have equipped to your character. There are several different slots for items, and each different item will have a restriction on which slots it can be equipped to. These slots are (see image below):

* Head
* Chest
* Cloak
* Belt
* Right Hand
* Left Hand
* Back

Across the top are a selection of buttons that allow you to navigate to other position interfaces such as Travel and Party.
Just under these buttons there is a Drop Box - this allows you to unequip items (see below).
Item list will be under this and will show all the items laying on the floor in this room, sorted by category.

Using the Page

This page is powerful, and allows you to do a lot of things. However, not everything is intuitive.

Equipping an Item

To equip any item, make sure you know which slot it can be equipped to (see the Rules page for the item - it will say there) and where this slot is on the image on the top left. Then simply click and hold on the image of the item you wish to equip, and drag it over to the relevant slot. Release the mouse button, and the item will be equipped. To help out though, the game outlines in blue valid equipment slots.

If you tried dragging the item to the wrong slot, or there is insufficient weight/volume capacity remaining on you (see the bars below the equipped item image) then the item you dragged will simply return to where you dragged it from. You can equip any item at your location, even if you do not own it or otherwise have inventory access to the item.

Unequipping an Item

This is very similar to equipping an item. Simply click and hold on the equipped item and drag it to the drop box just to the right. Release the mouse button, and the item will be dropped. If it does not, its probably because there is insufficient weight/volume capacity in the entity you are attempting to drop the item in.
Moving Items

Items can be moved by you equipping the items to yourself, moving to the new location, and then dropping the items. However if you have a large quantity of items to move, this can be extremely tedious. However there is a simple option to move the items en masse. Simply select the items you wish to move by either clicking the checkboxes next to the item image, or by clicking the category heading (ie Tools or Survival or Weapons) - this last will select all items in that category.

Once the desired items are selected, scroll to the bottom of the page. Under the Actions drop down menu, there will be two options:

Move Items: Into Room This will appear at all times. Selecting this and clicking the [Process] button opens a new page. Here you can select the room ID of the room you wish to move the items to within the entity (you cannot move items into a room in another entity). Also all the doors on the ship must be unlocked. These IDs are given on the [Travel] page when you enter that room, and any special rooms (such as the Entrance/Exit Room, Command Room etc will have their IDs listed here for you). Simple enter in the ID of the relevant room, and click the [Move Items] button, and the items will be moved.

Move Items: Load Entity This only appears in the Entrance/Exit room, and allows you to load items into another entity nearby (ie a ship or vehicle etc). Clicking the [Process] button will load a new page with a selection of entities you can access nearby. Simply find the entity you wish to move the items to, and select the radio button next to its name and click the [Perform Command] button. The items will then be moved into the Entrance/Exit Room of that entity.

Other Commands

There are some other things you can do to items using the Actions menu:

Empty Selected Container This allows you to remove items from a storage container. Choosing it will remove all items from inside and dump them on the floor of the room.

Stow Selected Items into This allows you to store the selected items into a chosen storage item. Clicking the [Process] button will give you a selection of items at your location that have a cargo capacity. Simply select which item you wish to store the items into and click the [Stow into Containers] button. If there was sufficient space left inside, the items will now be stored within.

Repackage Items Into Crate This allows you to return items to a Cargo Container if you wish to clean up the room, or organise for sales. You can only add items of the same type, and you can only add items that you own. Once you click [Process] the items will be removed and a new Cargo Container will appear that has a number of items inside equal to the number you added. BE WARNED: Any custom images applied to items that are then put back in a crate will loose those custom images.

In addition, there are several other options available by clicking the relevant button next to each item: ........ (continue)
See also Equipment
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Post by Teresa Rowley on Fri Jan 22, 2016 5:46 pm


Equipment is any one or more items you choose to carry on yourself or others. These can be in various forms and serve several uses. Such examples are:

Weapons - Items such as staffs, lightsabres or blasters are equipment which can be placed in your hands and used to attack or defend from enemies.

Armour - It is possible to equip pieces of armour to reduce combat damage from enemy attacks. Examples of armour are things such as Stormtrooper Armour. These usually come in the form of a Torso plate and some pieces of armour may have a matching helmet.

Storage - These items can be equipped on your person and be used to store other kinds of items. Common examples of these are various different backpacks or tool belts.

Utilities - Other items serve a purpose and allow you to perform various actions. For example a Tool Kit allows you to create and install door locks, jetpacks allow you enhanced movement options and goggles allow you to see further.

Clothing - Items such as robes or pilot suits have no purpose at present short of being aesthetically pleasing, allowing the character to wear a uniform or clothing style and roleplay somewhat.

The various types of items often need to be equipped onto a character in order to be used. For more details, see the article on Equipping Items, which will explain how to equip an item to a character or NPC.
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