|March 30, 2008, 20:29||#1|
Join Date: Jul 2007
Is good/great item creation wrong?
I'm looking at the last changeset, and I find apply_magic() to be a bit odd.
The initial code does some random rolls based on 'lvl' to determine if an object should be good or great. (and correspondingly sets power to 1 or 2'.
Assuming it does not generate an artifact, and creates a regular item (let's say, a sword), it does not take into account the decided 'power' when creating the sword.
Don't you need to set good or great in order to pass this info on to make_ego_item ala:
/* Roll for "good" */
if (good || (rand_int(100) < f1))
/* Assume "good" */
power = 1;
good = TRUE;
/* Roll for "great" */
if (great || (rand_int(100) < f2))
power = 2;
great = TRUE;
Right now, the only thing the random rolls do is affect the odds of creating an artifact.
Last edited by ChodTheWacko; March 30, 2008 at 20:36.
|March 31, 2008, 12:12||#2|
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