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XPRising

Server mod that exchanges item gear level for an XP levelling system

Last updated 2 weeks ago
Total downloads 1104
Total rating 4 
Categories Server Mods 1.0 Update
Dependency string XPRising-XPRising-0.1.15
Dependants 0 other packages depend on this package

This mod requires the following mods to function

BepInEx-BepInExPack_V_Rising-1.691.3 icon
BepInEx-BepInExPack_V_Rising

BepInEx pack for V Rising. Preconfigured and includes Unity Base DLLs.

Preferred version: 1.691.3
deca-VampireCommandFramework-0.9.0 icon
deca-VampireCommandFramework

Command framework for developers to easily create universal commands for their plugins.

Preferred version: 0.9.0

README

XPRising is a server mod that replaces the gear level system with a more traditional levelling system, where you gain XP for killing mobs.

It also includes some systems for gaining mastery over weapons and bloodlines, as well a "Wanted" system that tracks how negative a faction perceives the player.

Installation

  • Install BepInEx.
  • Install VCF.
  • Extract XPRising.dll into (VRising folder)/BepInEx/plugins.

Configuration

The base configuration and data files will be generated after the game launches the first time.

Main config: (VRising folder)/BepInEx/config/XPRising.cfg

This file can be used to enable/disable the systems in this mod. See the config file for more documentation.

Secondary config folder: (VRising folder)/BepInEx/config/XPRising_(Server name)/

This folder will contain the configuration files for the enabled systems. Any save with the same server name will load the same config files.

Data folder: (VRising folder)/BepInEx/config/XPRising_(Server name)/Data/

This folder contains data files used by this mod.

Language folder: (VRising folder)/BepInEx/config/XPRising_(Server name)/Languages/

This folder contains localisation files that can be used to add new localisations.

Security config

For group/dedicated servers, it is recommended that an admin grants themselves higher permission early on (run the .paa command as admin). This will allow that user to grant higher privilege levels to other users and configure privilege levels of commands. See Commands.md for the default command/privilege list.

Documentation

Documentation can be found here.

Support

Join the modding community and add a post in the technical-support channel.

Changelog

Found here