source: trunk/game/objects/object_database.yaml @ 833

Revision 634, 4.6 KB checked in by luke, 9 years ago (diff)

Patch by Q_x

  • Moved item descriptions from the tickets to the object database.

(I resigned to make small bitmaps for the items lying on the ground, as we have a generic bitmap, which will be enough for a longer while)

  • fixes[t:157]
  • fixes[t:158]
  • fixes[t:163]
  • fixes[t:164]
  • fixes[t:166]
  • fixes[t:169]
  • fixes[t:170]
  • Property svn:eol-style set to native
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1#   This file is part of PARPG.
2
3#   PARPG is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
4#   it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
5#   the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
6#   (at your option) any later version.
7
8#   PARPG is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
9#   but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
10#   MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
11#   GNU General Public License for more details.
12
13#   You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
14#   along with PARPG.  If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
15---
16Footlocker:
17  name: Footlocker
18  text: Just a normal footlocker used to store items.
19  gfx: lock_box_metal01
20---
21WoodenCrate:
22  name: Wooden Crate
23  text: A battered crate
24  gfx: crate
25---
26ShantyDoor:
27  name: Shanty Door
28  text: Looks like the entrance to the building.
29  gfx: shanty-door
30---
31Dagger:
32  name: Dagger
33---
34Pamphlet:
35  name: Pamphlet
36  image: /gui/inv_images/inv_pamphlet.png
37  actions:
38    Read:
39      text: Brew Your Own Beer. Beer in 4 easy steps. You think with this information you are able to brew your own beer easily.
40      commands:
41        - {Command: SetQuestVariable, ID: beer, Variable: beer_instructions, Value: Read}
42---
43Box:
44  name: Box
45  image: /gui/inv_images/inv_giftbox.png
46  actions:
47    Look:
48      text: Jenna's gift box. She gave it to you so you would take it to Pete Niitty. The wrapping is some kind of colorful plastic paper and looks almost new. You wonder what could be inside.
49    Use:
50      text: Open
51      commands:
52        - {Command: ReplaceItem, ObjectType: Boots, ID: Boots}
53        - {Command: SetQuestVariable, ID: fedex, Variable: open_box, Value: 1}
54---
55Boots:
56  name: Boots
57  image: /gui/inv_images/inv_boots.png
58  actions:
59    Look:
60      text: Old, worn pair of boots. Patched, but looks comfy.
61---
62Yeast:
63  name: Yeast
64  image: /gui/inv_images/inv_yeast_bag.png
65  actions:
66    Look:
67      text: Small bag of instant dried yeast.
68---
69Grain:
70  name: Grain
71  image: /gui/inv_images/inv_grain.png
72  gfx: grain
73  actions:
74    Look:
75      text: Some kind of grain, looks like its barley malt.
76---
77A pack of Instant Taters:
78  name: A pack of Instant Taters
79  image: /gui/inv_images/inv_instant_taters.png
80  actions:
81    Look:
82      text: A box of Instant Taters. Now With More Starch! There are five portion-sized bags inside, just add hot water.
83---
84Wild potato:
85  name: Wild potato
86  image: /gui/inv_images/inv_potato.png   
87  gfx: potatoes
88  actions:
89    Look:
90      text: Wild potato. Looks appetizing!
91---
92Rotten yam:
93  name: Rotten yam
94  image: /gui/inv_images/inv_yam.png
95  gfx: rotten_yam
96  actions:
97    Look:
98      text: Yuck! Hard to believe its edible! And how did it get here? Or rather - how old is this?
99---
100Pot:
101  name: Old pot
102  image: /gui/inv_images/inv_pot.png
103  attributes: [Container]
104  actions:
105    Look:
106      text: An old pre-war cooking pot. It is roughly 30 centimeters in diameter. There must have been a time when it was non-stick, but in places the coating has worn off and rust is creeping in. The handles and lid are metal and heat up along with the pot.
107    BrewBeer:
108---
109Butcher's hook:
110  name: Meat hook
111  image: /gui/inv_images/inv_meathook.png
112  actions:
113    Look:
114      text: A meat hook. The hook is attached to a rough handle - it shouldn't be too difficult to remove it, though.
115---
116Empty beer bottle:
117  name: Empty beer bottle
118  image: /gui/inv_images/inv_beer_bottle_empty.png
119  gfx: bottle
120  actions:
121    Look:
122      text: This bottle has few cracks here and there, but it should keep your brew sealed and fresh.
123---
124Beer:
125  name: Beer
126  image: /gui/inv_images/inv_beer_full.png
127  gfx: bottle
128  actions:
129    Look:
130      text: Oooh! So refreshing, so gooood!
131---
132Small pocket knife:
133  name: Small pocket knife
134  image: /gui/inv_images/inv_pocketknife.png
135  actions:
136    Look:
137      text: A small pocket knife, simple and neglected, with one crude blade only.
138---
139Bag of grain:
140  name: Bag of grain
141  image: /gui/inv_images/inv_grain_bag.png
142---
143Wood:
144  name: Wood
145  image: /gui/inv_images/inv_wood.png
146  gfx: wood
147  actions:
148    Look:
149      text: Few pieces of chopped wood. Dry enough to make a fire.
150---
151Pure water:
152  name: Pure water
153  image: /gui/inv_images/inv_water_pure.png
154  gfx: bottle
155  actions:
156    Look:
157      text: A bottle with crystal clear water. Good to drink, good to cook with, whatever you wish.
158---
159Questionable water:
160  name: Water
161  image: /gui/inv_images/inv_water_muddy.png
162  gfx: bottle
163  actions:
164    Look:
165      text: A bottle with muddy water inside. Will it make you sick? You don't know until you try it!
166     
167             
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