[XP] J::Battle BOOST!

Started by Jragyn, May 28, 2011, 01:43:15 am

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May 28, 2011, 01:43:15 am Last Edit: May 29, 2011, 06:21:09 am by Blizzard
J::Battle BOOST!
Authors: Unknown
Version: 1
Type: Battle Speed Enhancer
Key Term: Battle Add-on


Its not even really a script as much as an altered definition.
But hot-damn, it MAKES THE DIFFERENCE.


  • DRASTICALLY speeds up all battles.

  • etc.


You cannot screenshot speed.


No, I will not make a demo.
This is really just... plug and play.


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| J::Battle BOOST!           |
| Author: Unknown            |

 A ridiculously useful little altered definition that DRASTICALLY
 increases the battle speed.
 Its hard to explain, you should just give it a go and see what I mean.
 All you need to know is that the higher the number, the faster it goes.
 To a limit, of course.

class RPG::Sprite
 def effect?
   @_whiten_duration > 16 ||     # 0 - 16
   @_appear_duration > 16 ||     # 0 - 16
   @_escape_duration > 32 ||     # 0 - 32
   @_collapse_duration > 12 ||   # 0 - 48
   @_damage_duration > 40 ||     # 0 - 40
   @_animation_duration > 200    # 0 - 200


This is totally plug and play.
Just copy-pasta into your script editor and it should do the job.
You can adjust the numbers if you want...
but I set them up for you, so you don't really need to. :)


I can't think of any issues I've ran into.
This essentially functions with any battle system that utilizes Scene_Battle.
(ie: doesn't work with BlizzABS because that uses Map_Battler or whatever)

Credits and Thanks

  • Unknown

Author's Notes

I did not actually write this scriptlet thingy, but the japanese site I found it on went down some time ago. :(
Its a sad day, they had a lot of other scripts I wish I grabbed so I could share here...
Though I have a few more :)
A bright light can either illuminate or blind, but how will you know which until you open your eyes?


As you didn't write this script, you shouldn't list yourself as the author. If you don't know who wrote it, I think putting "Unknown" would be the best choice. That aside, I'm sure some people will find this script useful. Thanks for posting it.


A bright light can either illuminate or blind, but how will you know which until you open your eyes?