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Caravel Forum : DROD Boards : Feature Requests : MyColor variable in Classic Drod
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averagemoe
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Simple concept, put the _MyColor variable from DROD RPG in classic DROD so that NPCs can colorize themselves. Really, I want it to be easier to make characters look unique.

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This would be very beneficial in terms of designing your own character graphics, as in DROD RPG you can use "Set var _MyColor RRGGBB" but in Classic DROD, you either have to be content with the default sprites or rip them just to recolor them and make your own character sprite sheet, which you need permission to do and not many of the only people that can give you that type of permission (IE: mrimer) frequent the forum anymore.

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