tModLoader Start with base

Which base you like most?

  • base 2

    Votes: 4 9.8%
  • base 3

    Votes: 3 7.3%
  • base 3 extended version (b3b)

    Votes: 20 48.8%
  • base 4

    Votes: 9 22.0%
  • base 6

    Votes: 5 12.2%
  • the base I posted

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • base 5

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
    41

Claymeister

Terrarian
Edit:. Yep, I just checked in-game. When creating the world, I saw the huge logo of the mod, and I clicked It. I barelly could pick wiselly what kind of base It would generate, because It had a counter until the generation step of the base reached.

My idea would be to when the player is still selecting a base, the game waits before generating the base, until the player closes the interface (Yep, a button to close It would be cool too).
I ask that, because It may seem like there's enough time to pick the styles, but for people like me, the fact that there's a "timer" running, causes a kind of panic, so I picked granite and a random style of base to spawn.
There's a pause button on the bottom, but yeah i also think the mod should automatically stop world gen during your selection.
 

rando guy

Terrarian
The mod does not disable for me, i don't know why though. this doesn't happen to my other mods...
Edit: doesn't matter! I fixed it!
 
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TheLoneGamer

Steampunker
Would it would be possible to make this support custom tiles? I'm not entirely sure how it would work, like if you would have to put the mod's internal name and then code name for said items and tiles.
 

Unftf

Terrarian
Would it would be possible to make this support custom tiles? I'm not entirely sure how it would work, like if you would have to put the mod's internal name and then code name for said items and tiles.
If you want to use vanilla items it does already work but its a little tricky.
First you will need to store a configuration. This can be done by selecting a number at the GUI and press the store button to the very right.
It will be stored near your world files inside the 'Start with base' folder.
There you can edit every item almost as you like. Check out wiki pages for their internal ID's.
Next time generating a world you can select this number to load this configuration and generate a base with those settings.

Thanks for the hint. Forgot to update some help text there. The base numbers are now a little different.
There are some more details at the very first post of this thread inside the Spoiler 'More advanced options' is another spoiler 'Even more advanced: custom style'
 
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