QUOTE (bulmabriefs144 @ Feb 5 2012, 06:50 AM)
I frequently refer people back to my rpg. Why? Because rather than being a terribly good game (it isn't, though it's not bad either), it's basically a massive tutorial on things to try. Check under Party Experience, copy and tweak the code for your own game, and add a display message. You'll probably want it to turn on with battle completion, and off after running, and have it a switch-based parallel process.
Monster Party should have about three variables (experience amount, money amount, and Item ID which decides what item is stored) at the beginning of battle. Ditch the hp left/ sp left ones, it adds too many lines (otherwise you can just have a simple display and not have to fiddle with custom screens) and you can probably look it up. After the battle the Party Experience, being ON, activates and displays the variables. Then you just add each of these to your characters.
I wanted to show something like this.
showing characters. and such.
+I'm not so smart on the variables showing pictues.
i'm assuming is something like. saving certain variables on other ones. and show up
whenever is on. the thing that annoys me is how do I show numbers.and stuff without a Message display...
which I could trick it out that would endup with the message.... but... is hard, ya kno?
problem, how can I save a variable that shows experience?
This post has been edited by Renkai141: Feb 7 2012, 08:52 PM