Here's something to help with editing Chars [Starcheat]

  1. last year
    Edited last year by Eradem

    Hi! I know I just started and all but, me being the furry and perfectionest I am I wanted to make my charcter really really authentic so to do so I give you this! a exsperimental version of starcheat! I found this whilst looking at other servers to replace GC since that went to hell so... anyway! keeping up with the bright side! I give you the exsperimental version of starcheat!

    64-bit: |click here for starcheat! and happy fun time charcter editing!|

    32-bit: |click here for starcheat! and happy fun time charcter editing!|

    Page for future builds: here

  2. For the noob who has little to no idea what you're referring to, could you give some more detail of what that is and how to use it?

  3. Edited last year by Ghoulish Lynx

    Sure! Starcheat is a charcter editing software you can download to allow you to completly personalise your charcters like eye colour and everything you can think of, hell you could even make a demon by changing your chars skin colour to red if you want that is, the whole thing requires a whole load of tinkering with so its better to just learn for your self since its pretty hard to explain but it allows you to change weapons, charcter apperance, armor, Etc.
    But you simply download it, open your starbound dirrectory when it asks for it so for me its "C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Starbound" wait a bit for it to download all your mods and player files, close the program, backup your player files just incase, then go nuts! as long as it conforms to the server lore and such and that it dosen't break any regulations on the server because there have been cases where people have screwed servers for weeks because they shot the edited rifle and managed to f**k it up hardcore but just, dont screw up to badly and there shouldn't be issues, if you need any more information I'll be making a guid on the do's and dont's of starcheat, with some other people helping me out with the guide so it should be around in the near future ( BTW I did not make starcheat and do not take any credit for anything, all I am is a friendly outcast! ) Oh and DO NOT edit mod races, they are impossible to work with and you can damage the file badly that is the one rule when it comes to starcheat, anyway hoped this helped with everything! and...

    Heres an example of something you could do quickly on a charcter

    But thats something I could do in a few seconds, tbh it took me a few months and a lot of help from others to learn how to do half the things I can do now (and a few corrupt charcters *brushes them under a carpet*)

    ( little ad here ) If your intreasted to why I dont play on the server that much and the few times I have its only for a few secounds is because 1. My PC is broke and so I can't run starbound for long on this cheap laptop 2. I've been working on my text based game Frozen Echo's which is based in a futuristic universe and blah blah blah blah blah so if your intreasted in my crap games go to my Game Jolt account and look out for its first release!

  4. Eradem

    5 Nov 2016 Moderator

    Hello Ghoulish Lynx, there are ways to force load the mods into your Starcheat to allow you to edit modded races; and even without the mods loaded into Starcheat; you can still edit items in your character with Starcheat and save it on your modded characters without issues. It's ONLY if you decide to change your appearance or your species or anything of that matter despite it saying the incorrect species; will it cause issues.

  5. I know, its just I don't recormend it since its so... finicky. I dont recormend it, because I know you can change inventory items and such, but apperance is something I really dont recormend thats what im trying to say, so I just recormend leaving them be and do the multi user connection, you know, where you open two instances of starbound join a server with two charcters then do what you wanted to do, be that self RP or give items to a diffrent charcter, but if you really wanted to I suppose you could edit the moded charcters inventory, just as long as you leave visual editing be.

  6. Eradem

    6 Nov 2016 Moderator
    Edited last year by Eradem

    Hello Ghoulish Lynx, I've updated your main post in this thread to include both the 32-bit and 64-bit versions respectively for direct download; and a link to the main webpage for any future updates of the application. Also, I know you know; but it was important to note this for other people who may stumble across this thread.


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