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Morrowind Construction Kit Commands

19 February 2011

This page contains a description of all the functions available for scripting in Morrowind's Construction Set. Feel free to Contact the Webmaster to contribute any suggestions or corrections. You can also view the Categorical Function List. There are currently 516 different commands/variables listed on this page. Feel free to download this page to your hardrive for faster and more convienient access.

Alphabetical Function List
-> GetForceJump Tribunal ModDestruction SetArmorer
Activate GetForceMoveJump Tribunal ModDisposition SetAthletics
AddItem GetForceRun Tribunal ModEnchant SetAtStart
AddSoulGem GetForceSneak ModEndurance SetAttackBonus
AddSpell GetHandToHand ModFactionReaction SetAxe
AddToLevCreature Tribunal GetHealth ModFatigue SetBlindness
AddToLevItem Tribunal GetHealthGetRatio Undocumented ModFight SetBlock
AddTopic GetHeavyArmor ModFlee SetBluntWeapon
AIActivate GetHello ModFlying SetCastPenalty
AIEscort GetIllusion ModHandToHand SetChameleon
AIEscortCell GetIntelligence ModHealth SetConjuration
AIFollow GetInterior Undocumented ModHeavyArmor SetDefendBonus
AIFollowCell GetInvisible ModHello SetDelete Tribunal
AITravel GetItemCount ModIllusion SetDestruction
AIWander GetJournalIndex ModIntelligence SetDisposition
BecomeWerewolf Bloodmoon GetLevel ModInvisible SetEnchant
Begin GetLightArmor ModLightArmor SetEndurance
BetaComment (BC) GetLineOfSight (GetLOS) ModLongBlade SetFactionReaction
Cast GetLocked ModLuck SetFatigue
CellChanged GetLongBlade ModMagicka SetFight
CellUpdate GetLuck ModMarksman SetFlee
CenterOnCell (COC) GetMagicka ModMediumArmor SetFlying
CenterOnExterior (COE) GetMarksman ModMercantile SetHandToHand
ChangeWeather GetMasserPhase ModMysticism SetHealth
Choice GetMediumArmor ModParalysis SetHeavyArmor
ClearForceJump Tribunal GetMercantile ModPCCrimeLevel SetHello
ClearForceMoveJump Tribunal GetMysticism ModPCFacRep SetIllusion
ClearForceRun Tribunal GetParalysis ModPCVisionBonus SetIntelligence
ClearForceSneak GetPCCell ModPersonality SetInvisible
ClearInfoActor GetPCCrimeLevel ModRegion SetJournalIndex
CreateMaps GetPCFacRep ModReputation SetLevel
Day Global GetPCInJail Bloodmoon ModResistBlight SetLightArmor
DaysPassed Global Tribunal GetPCJumping Tribunal ModResistCorprus SetLongBlade
Disable GetPCRank ModResistDisease SetLuck
DisableLevitation Tribunal GetPCRunning Tribunal ModResistFire SetMagicka
DisablePlayerControls GetPCSleep ModResistFrost SetMarksman
DisablePlayerFighting GetPCSneaking Tribunal ModResistMagicka SetMediumArmor
DisablePlayerJumping GetPCTraveling Bloodmoon ModResistNormalWeapons SetMercantile
DisablePlayerLooking GetPCVisionBonus Undocumented ModResistParalysis SetMysticism
DisablePlayerMagic GetPersonality ModResistPoison SetParalysis
DisablePlayerViewSwitch GetPlayerControlsDisabled ModResistShock SetPCCrimeLevel
DisableTeleporting GetPlayerFightingDisabled ModRestoration SetPCFacRep
DisableVanityMode GetPlayerJumpingDisabled ModScale SetPCVisionBonus
DontSaveObject GetPlayerLookingDisabled ModSecurity SetPersonality
Drop GetPlayerMagicDisabled ModShortBlade SetPos
DropSoulGem GetPlayerViewSwitch Broken ModSilence SetReputation
Else GetPos ModSneak SetResistBlight
ElseIf GetRace ModSpear SetResistCorprus
Enable GetReputation ModSpeechcraft SetResistDisease
EnableBirthMenu Undocumented GetResistBlight ModSpeed SetResistFire
EnableClassMenu Undocumented GetResistCorprus ModStrength SetResistFrost
EnableInventoryMenu Undocumented GetResistDisease ModSuperJump SetResistMagicka
EnableLevelupMenu Undocumented GetResistFire ModSwimSpeed SetResistNormalWeapons
EnableLevitation Tribunal GetResistFrost ModUnarmored SetResistParalysis
EnableMagicMenu Undocumented GetResistMagicka ModWaterBreathing SetResistPoison
EnableMapMenu Undocumented GetResistNormalWeapons ModWaterLevel SetResistShock
EnableNameMenu Undocumented GetResistParalysis ModWaterWalking SetRestoration
EnablePlayerControls GetResistPoison ModWillpower SetScale
EnablePlayerFighting GetResistShock Month Global SetSecurity
EnablePlayerJumping GetRestoration Move SetShortBlade
EnablePlayerLooking GetScale MoveOneToOne (MOTO) SetSilence
EnablePlayerMagic GetSecondsPassed MoveWorld SetSneak
EnablePlayerViewSwitch GetSecundaPhase OnActivate SetSpear
EnableRaceMenu Undocumented GetSecurity OnDeath SetSpeechcraft
EnableRest GetShortBlade OnKnockout SetSpeed
EnableStatReviewMenu Undocumented GetSilence OnMurder SetStrength
EnableStatsMenu Undocumented GetSneak OnPCAdd Variable SetSuperJump
EnableTeleporting GetSoundPlaying OnPCDrop Variable SetSwimSpeed
EnableVanityMode GetSpear OnPCEquip Variable SetUnarmored
End GetSpeechcraft OnPCHitMe Variable SetWaterBreathing
EndIf GetSpeed OnPCSoulGemUse Variable SetWaterLevel Tribunal
EndWhile GetSpell OnRepair Variable SetWaterWalking
Equip GetSpellEffects OutputObjCounts Undocumented SetWerewolfAcrobatics Bloodmoon
ExplodeSpell Tribunal GetSpellReadied Tribunal OutputRefCounts Undocumented SetWillpower
Face Undocumented GetSquareRoot Tribunal OutputRefInfo (ORI) Undocumented Short
FadeIn GetStandingActor PayFine Show Undocumented
FadeOut GetStandingPC PayFineThief ShowAnim (SA)
FadeTo GetStartingAngle PCClearExpelled ShowGroup (SG)
Fall Undocumented GetStartingPos PCExpell ShowMap
FillJournal GetStrength PCExpelled ShowRestMenu
FillMap GetSuperJump PCForce1stPerson ShowScenegraph (SSG)
FixMe GetSwimSpeed PCForce3rdPerson ShowTargets (ST)
Float GetTarget PCGet3rdPerson ShowVars (SV)
ForceGreeting GetUnarmored PCJoinFaction SkipAnim
ForceJump Tribunal GetVanityModeDisabled PCLowerRank StartCombat
ForceMoveJump Tribunal GetWaterBreathing PCRace Global StartScript
ForceRun Tribunal GetWaterLevel PCRaiseRank StayOutside Variable Bloodmoon
ForceSneak GetWaterWalking PCSkipEquip Variable StopCellTest (SCT)
GameHour Global GetWeaponDrawn Tribunal PCVampire Global StopCombat
GetAcrobatics GetWeaponType Tribunal PCWerewolf Global Bloodmoon StopScript
GetAgility GetWerewolfKills Bloodmoon PlaceAtMe Bloodmoon StopSound
GetAIPackageDone GetWillpower PlaceAtPC StreamMusic
GetAlarm GetWindSpeed Undocumented PlaceItem Tribunal TestCells
GetAlchemy Goodbye PlaceItemCell Tribunal TestInteriorCells
GetAlteration GoToJail PlayBink TestModels (T3D)
GetAngle HasItemEquipped Tribunal PlayGroup TestThreadCells Undocumented
GetArmorBonus HasSoulGem PlayLoopSound3D ToggleAI (TAI)
GetArmorer Help PlayLoopSound3DVP ToggleBorders (TB)
GetArmorType HitAttemptOnMe PlaySound ToggleCollision (TCL)
GetAthletics HitOnMe PlaySound3D ToggleCollisionBoxes (TCB)
GetAttackBonus HurtCollidingActor PlaySound3DVP ToggleCollisionGrid (TCG)
GetAttacked HurtStandingActor PlaySoundVP ToggleCombatStats (TCS)
GetAxe If Position ToggleDebugText (TDT)
GetBlightDisease IsWerewolf Bloodmoon PositionCell ToggleDialogueStats (TDS)
GetBlindness Journal PurgeTextures (PT) Undocumented ToggleFogOfWar (TFOW)
GetBlock Lock RaiseRank ToggleFullHelp (TFH)
GetBluntWeapon Long Random ToggleGodMode (TGM)
GetButtonPressed LoopGroup RemoveEffects ToggleGrid (TG)
GetCastPenalty LowerRank RemoveFromLevCreature Tribunal ToggleKillStats (TKS)
GetChameleon MenuMode RemoveFromLevItem Tribunal ToggleLights (TL)
GetCollidingActor Tribunal MenuTest RemoveItem ToggleLoadFade (TLF)
GetCollidingPC Tribunal MessageBox RemoveSoulGem ToggleMagicStats (TMS)
GetCommonDisease ModAcrobatics RemoveSpell ToggleMenus (TM)
GetConjuration ModAgility RemoveSpellEffects TogglePathGrid (TPG)
GetCurrentAIPackage ModAlarm RepairedOnMe UsedOnMe
GetCurrentTime ModAlchemy ResetActors (RA) ToggleScripts
GetCurrentWeather ModAlteration Resurrect ToggleSky (TS)
GetDeadCount ModArmorBonus Return ToggleStats (TST)
GetDefendBonus ModArmorer Rotate ToggleTextureString (TTS)
GetDestruction ModAthletics RotateWorld ToggleVanityMode (TVM)
GetDetected ModAttackBonus SameFaction ToggleWater (TWA)
GetDisabled ModAxe Say ToggleWireframe (TWF)
GetDisposition ModBlindness SayDone ToggleWorld (TW)
GetDistance ModBlock ScriptRunning TurnMoonRed Bloodmoon
GetEffect ModBluntWeapon Set TurnMoonWhite Bloodmoon
GetEnchant ModCastPenalty SetAcrobatics UndoWerewolf Bloodmoon
GetEndurance ModChameleon SetAgility Unlock
GetFactionReaction ModConjuration SetAlarm WakeUpPC
GetFatigue ModCurrentFatigue SetAlchemy While
GetFight ModCurrentHealth SetAlteration XBox
GetFlee ModCurrentMagicka SetAngle Year Global
GetFlying ModDefendBonus SetArmorBonus  
You can also view the Categorical Function List.

->
		->

	Type:	System

     Returns:	none

     Example:	if ( player->GetHealth <= 10 )
		"bk_fragmentonartaeum"->Enable

     Scripts:	

This is a reserved script operator used to access functions for a particular object reference. Use this when you wish to manipulate or access a specific object explicitly. Note that if multiple objects exist in the world you have no guaruntee which one you'll access (the first one the game finds). Also note that if you wish to access an object from anywhere in the world you will need to ensure that the object's References Persist button is checked.

If the object ID on the left of the -> has any spaces in it you will need to enclose the ID with double-quotes. Leading underscores (_) on Object IDs also seem ti have erratic results in the script editor. In some places they work fine, in other places the script editor chokes on them. It is reccommended not to name objects with a leading underscore.

See Also:

Includes Contributions from DinkumThinkum.


Activate
		Activate, [player]

        Where:  player = Optional player ID which forces the object to be activated by the
			 player no matter where the object/player is. Undocumented.

	Type:	Object

     Returns:	none

     Example:	If ( OnActivate == 1 )
			Activate
		endif

     Scripts:	Dagoth_doors
		Bittercup

This function tells the object to do its default activation.

	Object Type		Activation
		NPC		  Dialogue	Works
		Container	  Opens		Works
		Door		  Opens		Doesn't Work?
		Book/Scroll	  Reads		Works
		Weapon		  Picks Up	Works
		Armor 		  Picks Up	Works
		Misc, etc...	  Picks Up	Works
There is an undocumented feature in the Activate function by specifying the player after the function, for example:
begin RemoteContainer
   short OnPCEquip

   if ( OnPCEquip == 1 )
      set OnPCEquip to 0
      "dh_remote_chest_01"->Activate, player
   endif

end
If the container is persistant (references persist) this script should open the container wherever the player is. This is a great way to create 'carryable' containers by attaching a script similar to the above to a ring or similar item.

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AddItem
		AddItem, ObjectID, Count

	Where	ObjectID = Object to add to caller's inventory.
		Count	 = Number of item to add		

	Type:	Object

     Returns:	none

     Example:	player->AddItem, "Gold_001", 200			(gives player 200 gold)
		"sinnammu mirpal"->AddItem, cloudcleaver_unique, 1

     Scripts:	bladeScript
		blueScript

Adds the given number of the item to the calling NPC. Note that the Count value has a short type which limits the number of items that you can add to 65535 (or possibly 65534).

This function does accept global variables but only in dialogue results, not scripts. It doesn't work when you set the global variable in the same dialogue result. Either set the variable before starting dialogue, or in a dialogue line that precedes the response with the AddItem result (e.g Greeting).

When an NPC has armor added to its inventory (via AddItem or normally when you sell it to them), it will automatically equip the armor if:

  1. The NPC's skill in using that armor is higher than that of its currently equiped armor (NPCs with higher Unarmored skill than the rest of the armored skills will never wear armor).
  2. The armor value of the new piece of armor is higher than the previous. (It will not switch to an equivalent armor piece).
Also, an NPC will not replace a lost/removed/broken armor piece unless a new one is added.

There is a related bug/feature when using AddItem/RemoveItem with a container. The game remembers when you change the contents of this container, and if you haven't, there is no need to store the container's contents after you took all that was within. The first AddItem will always work on a container, but after that you need first to move anything into the container (i.e., actually have the player add an item within the game), before another AddItem shows any effect.

See Also: RemoveItem

Includes Contributions from Ben Marshall, Jog and Argent.


AddSoulgem
		AddSoulgem, CreatureID, SoulgemID

	Where	CreatureID = Creature whose soul you wish to add
		SoulgemID  = Type of soulgem to create. The game's soulgem IDs are
				Misc_SoulGem_Azura
				Misc_SoulGem_Grand
				Misc_SoulGem_Greater
				Misc_SoulGem_Common
				Misc_SoulGem_Lesser
				Misc_SoulGem_Petty

	Type:	Magic

     Returns:	none

     Example:	player->AddSoulgem, "golden saint", Grand
		
     Scripts:	Not Used

Adds a filled soulgem to the calling object's inventory using the given creature and soulgem types.

See Also: DropSoulGem


AddSpell
		AddSpell, SpellID

	Where	SpellID = Spell you wish to add to the target (known or affect spells).

	Type:	Magic

     Returns:	none

     Example:	player->AddSpell, "alit bite"	(add to known spell list)
		AddSpell, "ash woe blight"		(add curse to spells affecting target)
		"adairan lalansour"->AddSpell, "Ogrul's_Lucky_Again"				
		
     Scripts:	CorprusOnPC
		diseaseChills

This function adds the given spell to the calling object. If the spell is a normal spell, it will be added to the list of the actor's known spells. If the spell is a curse/disease it will be added to the list of spells currently affecting the calling actor. Use RemoveSpell to remove spells added by AddSpell.

A bug related to this function is that if add a curse type spell to a creature and it, then any other creature of that type you encounter from that point on will also be effected by that curse. To fix this simply call RemoveSpell in an OnDeath clause in a script attached to the creature. The fact that this happens in the first place suggests to me that the spell is added to the creature definition, and not just that particular instance of the creature.

See Also: RemoveSpell

Includes Contributions from Argent.


AddToLevCreature
AddToLevItem
		AddToLevCreature, LevCreature, Creature, Level
		AddToLevItem,     LevItem,     Item,     Level

	Where	LevCreature = Levelled creature list ID to modify
		LevItem	    = Levelled item list ID to modify
		Creature    = ActorID to add to levelled creature list
		Item	    = ItemID to add to levelled item list
		Level	    = Minimum level of player to activate the item/creature.

	Type:	Levelled Lists, Tribunal

     Returns:	none

     Example:	AddToLevCreature, "ex_azurascoast_sleep", "ash_ghoul", 25
		AddToLevItem, "l_m_amulets", "amulet of 6th house", 15

     Scripts:	Not Used

Allows the user to modify the levelled item/creature lists while the game is running. The functions will add the object/level pair to the levelled list (assuming that it doesn't already exist in the list).

See Also: RemoveFromLevCreature, RemoveFromLevItem


AddTopic
		AddTopic, TopicID

	Where	TopicID = Dialogue ID to add to players known topics.

	Type:	Dialogue

     Returns:	none

     Example:	addtopic "Redoran councilors"

     Scripts:	eotScript
		MoonandStar

Adds the given dialogue topic to the players list of known topics. Known topics will appear when the player talks to NPCs that have that topic. When creating a new plugin with new dialogue topics, you will frequently want to add a few topics that the player already knows. To do this, create a temporary object near the related NPC and attach a script like the following:

	begin test_AddTopics
		short DoOnce;

		if ( DoOnce == 0 )
			AddTopic "newtopic01"
			AddTopic "newtopic02"
			AddTopic "newtopic03"
			set DoOnce to 1
		endif
	end

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AiActivate
		AiActivate, ObjectID, [Reset]

	Where	ObjectID = Object to activate, required
		[reset]  = Optional parameter, unknown, may indicate whether the current AI 
			   package is interrupted.

	Type:	AI

     Returns:	none

     Example:

     Scripts:	Not Used

Although this function is in the TES Construction Set help file it is never actually used in any of the official master files. It causes the referenced NPC/creature to attempt to activate the given object (such as an item, door, activator, etc...).

There is a known bug when using the optional Reset parameter with AiActivate (verified with Tribunal). It is therefore recommended to not include the reset parameter. Also, this function is mostly broken in the original Morrowind game, but has been significantly improved in Tribunal. The following actions have been tested and verified to work:

See Also:


AiEscort
AiEscortCell
		AiEscort,     ActorID,         Duration, X, Y, Z, [Reset]
		AiEscortCell, ActorID, CellID, Duration, X, Y, Z, [Reset]

	Where	ActorID 	= The target NPC that the source NPC will be escorting.
		Duration 	= The length of time (in seconds) that the target NPC will be escorting.
				  A value of 0 indicates infinite time.
		CellID 		= Cell name where the source NPC will stop escorting.
		X,Y,Z 		= The position that the source NPC will stop escorting the target.
		[Reset] 	= Optional parameter, unknown, may indicate whether the current AI package
				  is interrupted.

	Type:	AI

     Returns:	none

     Example:	AiEscort, Player, 0, 70685, 126106, 835, 0
    		AiEscortCell, Player, "Balmora, Hecerinde's House", 0, 70685, 126106, 835, 0

     Scripts:	whiteguarScript (AiEscort)
     		Not Used (AiEscortCell)

When the NPC uses AiEscort, the player does *not* get free discretion on the path. The NPC leads the player to the destination, and if the player decides to go somewhere else, the NPC stops and waits for the player -- in simple terms, the player must follow the NPC all the way to the destination. If the duration is 0 it will be ignored. When escorting someone, if the target NPC is attacked, the source NPC will come to their aid. An XYZ position of (0,0,0) is often used for situations where you want to directly control when the NPC will stop following (no specific location). In this case, the NPC will escort until another AI type command is given to it.

As with other AI functions, issue this command only once or the results may not be as expected.

AiEscortCell is similar to AiEscort except the target NPC will stop escorting the source NPC (ActorID) at the given position in the named cell.

See Also: AiFollow, GetAiPackageDone, GetCurrentAIPackage

Includes Contributions from Spuzzum.


AiFollow
AiFollowCell
		AiFollow,     ActorID,         Duration, X, Y, Z, [Reset]
		AiFollowCell, ActorID, CellID, Duration, X, Y, Z, [Reset]

	Where	ActorID 	= The target NPC that the source NPC will be following.
		CellID 		= Cell name where the source NPC will stop following.
		Duration	= The length of time (in seconds) that the target NPC will be 
				  following.  A value of 0 indicates infinite time.
		X,Y,Z 		= The position that the source NPC will stop following.
		[Reset] 	= Optional parameter, unknown, may indicate whether the current 
				  AI package is interrupted.

	Type:	AI

     Returns:	none

     Example:	"taren andoren"->AiFollow, "velyna seran" 0, 0, 0, 0
		AiFollowCell, Player, "Balmora, Hecerinde's House", 0, 70685, 126106, 835, 0

     Scripts:	talenScript (AiFollow)
		Not Used (AiFollowCell)

Similar to AiFollow where the source NPC will be set to follow the target NPC (ActorID) for the given duration (in seconds, 0 indicates infinte time) or until they reach the given position (AiFollow for exterior locations, AiFollowCell for interior locations). When an NPC uses AiFollow, the player gets to choose where he/she goes. The NPC will follow the player diligently the whole way.

As with other AI functions, issue this command only once or the results may not be as expected.

See Also: AiEscort, GetAiPackageDone, GetCurrentAIPackage

Includes Contributions from Spuzzum.


AiTravel
		AiTravel, X, Y, Z, [reset]

Where X,Y,Z = The exterior position for the NPC to travel to. [Reset] = Optional parameter, unknown, may indicate whether the current AI package is interrupted. Type: AI Returns: none Example: AiTravel, 1900 -2146 -173 0 "adaves therayn"->AiTravel, 10199, 1945, 100 Scripts: lookoutscript (good example of making Fargoth move around) dulniScript tarenScript

Starts the NPC to travel to the given exterior position. The distance to the new coordinates cannot be too great (about 3000-4000 units), or the actor will not react, although this maybe related to trying to move the NPC to another cell (which often has problems). Use GetAiPackageDone function to determine when the actor reaches destination. Note that sleeping, teleporting, or fast travel will cause the actor to warp to the end-coordinates, but the GetAiPackageDone function will not fire - this can be a problem. The Z coordinates need only be approximate and all values must be literal, no variables accepted. AIpath grid helps, but is not mandatory.

As with other AI functions, issue this command only once or the results may not be as expected.

See Also: AiEscort, AiFollow, GetAiPackageDone, GetCurrentAIPackage


AiWander
		AiWander, Range, Duration, Time, [Idle2], [Idle3], ...[Idle9], [Reset]

	Where	Range		= The range, in game units, that the NPC will wander in from its 
				  current location.
		Duration	= Time (in hours?) that the NPC will wander (0 indicates infinite)
		Time		= Possibly the start time for the wandering to occur (0 may indicate
				  no start time).
		[Idle2]...	= Optional parameters, that give the chance of the NPC to perform the
				  following idle movements:
					Idle2:  Looking around
					Idle3:  Looking behind
					Idle4:  Scratching head
					Idle5:  Shifting clothing or armor on shoulder
					Idle6:  Rubbing hands together and showing wares
					Idle7:  Looking at fingers and looking around furtively
					Idle8:  Deep thought
					Idle9:  Reaching for weapon
		[Reset] 	= Optional parameter, unknown, may indicate whether the current 
				  AI package is interrupted.

	Type:	AI

     Returns:	none

     Example:	AIWander, 0, 0, 0	(forces NPC to stand in one spot)
		"urzul gra-agum"->AIWander, 128, 0, 0, 60, 30, 10, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0

     Scripts:	attack_Slave
		dinScript

Sets the given NPC to wander randomly in the current area using any AI grid points and performing various random idle movements. This function is commonly used to stop NPCs from following or performing a previously assigned action.

There are two known bugs with this function. The Idle2 parameter is not output in the compiled script (verified with Tribunal). The Reset parameter also maybe output incorrectly and should not be used.

See Also: GetAiPackageDone, GetCurrentAIPackage


BecomeWerefolf
		BecomeWerefolf

	Type:	Werewolf, Bloodmoon

     Returns:	none

     Example:	player->BecomeWerewolf

     Scripts:	

Turns the player, NPC, or creature immediately into a werewolf. Only works properly for NPC's, however, it can be used on creatures for some weird effects. Effected NPC's take on the werewolf mesh, removing all clothing and weapons, and retaining all AI settings. This means an NPC turned into a werewolf may not be able to talk, but he/she will have the same Idle, Fight, and Hello, settings, etc... (though they'll just track the PC on Hello triggers, no dialogue). Likewise, already attacking NPC's will simply keep attacking, albeit in a new form - scripts seem to continue to run fine, as the object ID seems to remain the same. I'm unsure if stats on NPC's affected by this function call are changed or not - Speed is definitely not changed, so presumably it's only attack damage and/or hit chance that changes.

This command can be used on creatures, with varying effects - the creature NIF/appearance will NOT be swapped out, nor will their 'Name' tag say 'werewolf', as it does on NPC's - and it only seems to work for certain creatures, changing their attack sound and attack stats, if I'm not mistaken. Creatures with Weapon & Shield bone entries will unequip whatever they're holding and go hand-to-hand - and as I said the attack sound changes to a werewolf growl, but otherwise Idle and other sounds seem to remain the same. It's amusing when used on Reiklings - they become little snarling, boxing, midgets.

Also, The Werewolf transformation is handled almost exactly like the Vampire one, with the PCWerewolf global being used. Using Becomewerewolf and Undowerewolf can break your game. Some quests and variables depend solely on on use of these, so if you use one to toy around.... you may be asking for it.

See Also: IsWerewolf, PCWerewolf, SetWereWolfAcrobatics, UndoWerewolf

Includes Contributions from LDones.


Begin
		begin ScriptName

       Where:	ScriptName = The unique name of the script

	Type:	System

     Returns:	none

     Example:	begin testing_script

     Scripts:	

This should be first line at the top of your script that states the script's ID. The script ID can be any combination of letters, numbers, underscore or spaces. It is recommended not to use spaces for simplicity (as with any other object ID).

See Also: End


BetaComment (BC)
		BetaComment, Comment
		BC, Comment

       Where:	Comment = Beta comment string to save

	Type:	Console

     Returns:	none

     Example:	BC, "test comment"

     Scripts:	

Console function that assumably records a comment for use in beta testing.

See Also:


Cast
		Cast, SpellID, TargetID

       Where:	SpellID  = Spell to cast at the target
		TargetID = Target for the spell

	Type:	Magic

     Returns:	none

     Example:	Cast, "Cure Common Disease Other", Player
		"adairan lalansour"->Cast, "poisonbloom", "Netch_Giant_UNIQUE"

     Scripts:	GavisScript
		ShrineMeris

The calling object casts the given spell onto the target (spells only). A common use for this is to create traps that cast a spell on the player when activated.

In the original Morrowind release, the a touch spell can be cast by any object but must be directed at a specific REFERENCE to an NPC or creature. Targeted and self spells can only be cast by an NPC or creature. For example:

FXSpawner->Cast, "FX_Frost_Sphere", mysterious_temple_NPC00000000
FXspawner is an activator, mysterious_temple_NPC is an NPC object and FX_Frost_Sphere is a spell that casts 0 frost damage over an area of 100 for 0 secs. I've found out that each NPC reference has an eight digit number after the object name to differentiate it from any other references (starting from 00000000). Player is a reference and therefore a valid target for Cast as evidenced in the shrine scripts.

It doesn't matter where the caster is, it will still activate the effect on the NPC or creature ref and glow. Only NPCs and certain creatures can cast a targeted spell. Some creatures like rats can't cast spells. Non-AI objects can cast multiple spells at once at multiple targets or a single target whereas NPCs and creatures will target the last ref targeted in the calling frame. Also, NPCs and creatures have to reset back to where they where when Cast was called before casting again.

Getting a reference to target itself is a perfect substitute in the original Morrowind for Tribunal's ExplodeSpell Command.

See Also:

Includes Contributions from Ben Marshall.


CellChanged
		CellChanged

	Type:	Movement

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( CellChanged == 1 )

     Scripts:	ajiraScript
		avSlaveHunter

Returns 1 for one frame when the player enters a cell (but not when they leave), or 0 otherwise. Often used to disable/enable objects once the player has left the area (so they don't appear immediately out of thin air or cause script errors/crashes).

See Also:

Includes Contributions from Klinn.


CellUpdate
		CellUpdate

	Type:	Movement, Broken

     Returns:	none

     Example:	CellUpdate

     Scripts:	Not Used
Updates the current objects cell position. This should be called when moving objects over large distances. The game keeps tracks of objects based on what cell they are in, and if an object moves a cell over from its starting position, it may not get processed correctly when running its script.

Note that this function does not appear to work correctly. Moving items across cell boundaries (exterior) can cause them to warp or disappear and calling CellUpdate only results in a script error.

See Also:


CellUpdate
		CellUpdate

	Type:	Movement, Broken

     Returns:	none

     Example:	CellUpdate

     Scripts:	Not Used
Updates the current objects cell position. This should be called when moving objects over large distances. The game keeps tracks of objects based on what cell they are in, and if an object moves a cell over from its starting position, it may not get processed correctly when running its script.

Note that this function does not appear to work correctly. Moving items across cell boundaries (exterior) can cause them to warp or disappear and calling CellUpdate only results in a script error.

See Also:


CenterOnCell (COC)
		CenterOnCell, CellName

       Where:   CellName = Name of a interior cell

	Type:	Console

     Returns:	none

     Example:	CenterOnCell, "Balmora, Temple"

     Scripts:	

Places the player in the center of the given interior cell.

See Also: CenterOnExterior


CenterOnExterior (COE)
		CenterOnExterior, CellX, CellY

       Where:   CellX
		CellY = Cell grid location coordinates (shorts)

	Type:	Console

     Returns:	none

     Example:	CenterOnExterior, -3, -2

     Scripts:	

Places the player in the center of the given exterior cell.

See Also: CenterOnCell


ChangeWeather
		ChangeWeather, [Region], [Type]

       Where:   Region	= Region name to change the weather in.
		Type	= The type of weather to change to.
				0 = Clear
				1 = Cloudy
				2 = Foggy
				3 = Overcast
				4 = Rain
				5 = Thunder
				6 = Ash
				7 = Blight
				8 = Snow (Bloodmoon?)
				9 = Blizzard (Bloodmoon?)

	Type:	Weather

     Returns:	none

     Example:	ChangeWeather, "Red Mountain Region", 0
		ChangeWeather, "Bitter Coast Region", 1

     Scripts:	EndGame
		CharGen

Changes the weather in the specified region right now. The weather will begin transitioning immediately. It will reselect a new weather on the next weather update (12 hours).

See Also: ModRegion


Choice
		Choice, 'Button1', ...['Button5']

       Where:   'Button1'...	= Text for the various choices. At least one choice is required and
			          up to five are allowed.

	Type:	Dialogue

     Returns:	none

     Example:	Choice, "Continue..."		(force the player to one option)
		Choice, "Yes" 1, "No" 2, "I'm not sure" 3

     Scripts:	Used only in dialogue results.

Used only in dialog for presenting 1 to 5 choices to the user. The choice results can be retrieved by using the choice function in the function/variable lists in the dialogue speaker conditions area. Use values following the choice strings to specify the exact return value if the user chooses that option (I'm unsure what values are returned if you do no specify values, though I assume they start at 1).

Important Note: If you specify the numbers after each choice you must include a space between the ending quote and the number.

Choice and Goodbye can be used in scripts. Choice can also be used multiple times in a row to create as many choices as desired. I'm not sure what happens when they're used if dialogue is not open, but I suspect it would crash Morrowind. However, when dialogue *is* open, they can be used for some very clever dialogue choices.

For example:

[in the dialogue topic]
	Okay, so here's the plan.  At the stroke of midnight, you
	post a watch on the northern tower.  Meanwhile, I'll enter
	the compound, and when you hear a loud whistle, you open
	the front gates and let me out.  Then we'll meet later and
	I'll give you your share.  Understand?
[in the dialogue Results box]
	Choice "No." 1
	StartScript "_spzHeistResponseIntelScript"
[in the script]
	begin _spzHeistResponseIntelScript

	if ( ( Player->GetIntelligence ) > 20 )
	  Choice "Mostly." 2
	endif
	if ( ( Player->GetIntelligence ) > 40 )
	  Choice "Yes, perfectly!" 3
	endif
	if ( ( Player->GetIntelligence ) > 60 )
	  Choice "I have a better strategy." 4
	endif

	StopScript "_spzHeistResponseIntelScript" ;mandatory!
	end _spzHeistResponseIntelScript
In simple terms, the smarter the player is, the more options the player gets for responses.

See Also: GoodBye, MessageBox

Includes Contributions from Spuzzum.


ClearForceJump
		ClearForceJump

	Type:	Movement, Tribunal

     Returns:	none

     Example:	ClearForceJump
		"Gadyni Rethan"->ClearForceJump

     Scripts:	Not Used

Stops the calling actor from jumping from a previous call to ForceJump.

See Also: ForceJump, GetForceJump


ClearForceMoveJump
		ClearForceMoveJump

	Type:	Movement, Tribunal

     Returns:	none

     Example:	ClearForceMoveJump
		"Gadyni Rethan"->ClearForceMoveJump

     Scripts:	Not Used

Stops the calling actor from jumping from a previous call to ForceMoveJump.

See Also: ForceMoveJump, GetForceMoveJump


ClearForceRun
		ClearForceRun

	Type:	Movement, Tribunal

     Returns:	none

     Example:	ClearForceRun
		"Gadyni Rethan"->ClearForceRun

     Scripts:	Not Used

Stops the calling actor from running from a previous call to ForceRun.

See Also: ForceRun, GetForceRun


ClearForceSneak
		ClearForceSneak

	Type:	Movement

     Returns:	none

     Example:	ClearForceSneak
		"taren andoren"->ClearForceSneak

     Scripts:	tarenScript
		lookoutScript

Stops the NPC sneaking from a previous call to ForceSneak.

See Also: ForceSneak, GetForceSneak


ClearInfoActor
		ClearInfoActor

	Type:	Dialogue

     Returns:	none

     Example:	ClearInfoActor

     Scripts:	Not Used

Makes this info not appear in the journal. Not entirely sure the purpose or use of this function.

See Also:


CreateMaps
		CreateMaps, "filename.esp"

       Where:   "filename.esp" = Plugin to create maps for

	Type:	Console

     Returns:	none

     Example:	CreateMaps

     Scripts:	

The actual effect of this functions depends on the Create Maps Enable entry in MORROWIND.INI file. The accepted values are:

	0 = None
	1 = XBox Maps
	2 = Exterior Cell Maps
For the XBox setting, maps are created for the given input plugin filename (a .MAP is created in the Morrowind\Data Files path). For the Exterior Cell Map setting, BMP files for all exterior cells are output to the Data Files path (I think). Note that this takes a good deal of time so you may wish to let it run overnight.

See Also:


Day
		Day

	Type:	Time, Global

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( Day > 10 )
		set sValue to ( OrigDay + Day )

     Scripts:	expelledMG
		fraldScript

Global short variable which returns the current day of the month in the game. This value can be modified using the SET command to change the day.

See Also: DaysPassed, GameHour, Month, Year

Includes Contributions from Spuzzum.


DaysPassed
		DaysPassed

	Type:	Time, Global, Tribunal

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( DaysPassed > 10 )
		set sValue to ( OrigDay + DaysPassed )

     Scripts:	barAssScript
		karrodMovement

Global short variable which returns the total number of game days since the start of the game.

See Also: Day, GameHour, Month, Year

Includes Contributions from Jog.


Disable
Enable
		Disable
		Enable

	Type:	Misc

     Returns:	none

     Example:	"murberius harmevus"->Disable
		misc_lw_bowl_chapel->Enable

     Scripts:	Alen_Note
		AzuraEnd

Used to enable/disable objects within the game. A disabled object is saved but not visible or processed within the game (though any scripts attached to it will still work). Not that it is dangerous to disable an object within its own script (causes crashes). There also appears to be some minor issues involved with disabling lights.

There are many possibilities allowed with these functions. For example, the game strongholds are initially disabled and are only enabled once the player performs the appropriate quests

See Also: GetDisabled


DisableLevitation
EnableLevitation
		DisableLevitation
		EnableLevitation

	Type:	Movement, Tribunal

     Returns:	none

     Example:	DisableLevitation
		EnableLevitation

     Scripts:	TribunalMain

Enables/disables the use of levitation magic.

See Also:


DisablePlayerControls
DisablePlayerFighting
DisablePlayerJumping
DisablePlayerLooking
DisablePlayerMagic
DisablePlayerViewSwitch
DisableVanityMode
		DisablePlayerControls
		DisablePlayerFighting
		DisablePlayerJumping
		DisablePlayerLooking
		DisablePlayerMagic
		DisablePlayerViewSwitch
		DisableVanityMode

	Type:	Player Controls

     Returns:	none

     Example:	DisablePlayerControls
		DisablePlayerFighting
		DisablePlayerJumping
		DisablePlayerLooking
		DisablePlayerMagic
		DisablePlayerViewSwitch
		DisableVanityMode

     Scripts:	AzuraEnd
		CharGen
		mastriusScript

Stops the player from using various parts of the interface. Used during character creation and during in-game cut scenes mostly.

See Also: EnablePlayerControls, EnablePlayerFighting, EnablePlayerJumping, EnablePlayerLooking, EnablePlayerMagic, EnablePlayerViewSwitch, and EnableVanityMode.


DisableTeleporting
EnableTeleporting
		DisableTeleporting
		EnableTeleporting

	Type:	Movement

     Returns:	none

     Example:	DisableTeleporting
		EnableTeleporting

     Scripts:	DagothUrCreature2
		TribunalMain
		enable_teleport
		EndGame

Enables or disables the use of teleportation magic in the game. Use to force the player to remain in a particular area or prevent easy escape.

See Also:


DontSaveObject
		DontSaveObject

	Type:	Misc

     Returns:	none

     Example:	DontSaveObject

     Scripts:	diseaseAscended
		SignRotate

Call when you do not want to save any changes in the calling object to the player's save game.

Although this has been said to be a new function with Tribunal, it also appears to work fine in the original game (such as in the diseaseAscended script which is in the original game).

See Also: SetDelete


Drop
		Drop, ObjectID, Count

       Where:   ObjectID = Object to drop
		Count    = Number of the object to drop

	Type:	Object

     Returns:	none

     Example:	player->Drop, "gold_001", 100
		Drop, "amulet of mark", 1
		Drop, Slave_Bracer_Left, 1

     Scripts:	slaveScript
		CharGenDagger

The calling NPC drops the given number of the item into world at his feet. Assumably it only works if the calling actor has enough of the item to drop. There does appear to be some problems dropping items from NPCs where the item is dropped at the player's feet instead of the NPCs (works in the slave script though).

See Also:


DropSoulgem
		DropSoulgem, CreatureID

       Where:   CreatureID = Creature to fill the soulgem with

	Type:	Magic

     Returns:	none

     Example:	DropSoulgem, "atronach_flame"

     Scripts:	Not Used

Assumably causes the calling object to drop a filled soulgem with the given creature's soul. Assumably the type of soulgem is calculated automatically from the value of the creature's soul.

See Also: AddSoulgem


if
elseif
else
endif
		if ( LeftValue CompareOp RightValue )
			< statements >
		elseif ( LeftValue CompareOp RightValue )
			< statements >
		else
			< statements >
		endif

       Where:   LeftValue  = Local/global variable or function call
		CompareOp  = ==, <=, <, >, >=, !=
		RightValue = Local/global variable or numeric literal value
		Statements = Zero or more statements to execute

	Type:	System

     Returns:	none

     Example:	if ( GlobalVar >= 10 )
			; do stuff
		elseif ( LocalVar < GlobalVar )
			; do stuff
		elseif ( player->GetStrength == 100 )
			; do stuff
		else
			; do stuff
		endif

     Scripts:	

The IF statement block is used to test and execute conditional statements. The elseif/else blocks are both optional. It should be noted that if statements can be used in dialogue results. You should not include any operations (add, subtract, multiply, divide) in either the LeftValue or RightValue fields. Use a temporary variable and a set statement before the if block if you need to use operations.

It is important to remember to use spaces surrounding the '(', compare operator, and ')'. There are known cases where omitting the spaces will cause compiler or runtime errors in the script.

See Also:

Includes Contributions from Argent.


EnableInventoryMenu
EnableMagicMenu
EnableMapMenu
EnableStatsMenu
		EnableInventoryMenu
		EnableMagicMenu
		EnableMapMenu
		EnableStatsMenu

	Type:	Controls, Undocumented

     Returns:	none

     Example:	

     Scripts:	CharGenClassNPC
		CharGenNameNPC

These undocumented functions enable the various menus and are used during character creation to limit what the player has access too.

See Also:


EnableBirthMenu
EnableClassMenu
EnableNameMenu
EnableRaceMenu
EnableStatReviewMenu
		EnableBirthMenu
		EnableClassMenu
		EnableNameMenu
		EnableRaceMenu
		EnableStatsReviewMenu

	Type:	Character, Undocumented

     Returns:	none

     Example:	EnableBirthMenu
		EnableClassMenu

     Scripts:	CharGenClassNPC
		CharGenNameNPC

These undocumented functions display the various windows used during character creation. You should be able to use these at any time to change/modify your character. A common use of these is to change the character creation process. See all the CharGen... scripts for more details. EnableRaceMenu allows you to choose your race, EnableBirthMenu your birth sign, EnableClassMenu you class, etc...

See Also:


EnableLevelUpMenu
EnableRest
		EnableLevelUpMenu
		EnableRest

	Type:	Player Controls

     Returns:	none

     Example:	EnableLevelUpMenu
		EnableRest

     Scripts:	CharGenBed

Enables the rest/levelup windows to allow the user to rest and increase their levels normally. Note that these functions do not appear to have an associated Disable... function.

See Also:


EnablePlayerControls
EnablePlayerFighting
EnablePlayerJumping
EnablePlayerLooking
EnablePlayerMagic
EnablePlayerViewSwitch
EnableVanityMode
		EnablePlayerControls
		EnablePlayerFighting
		EnablePlayerJumping
		EnablePlayerLooking
		EnablePlayerMagic
		EnablePlayerViewSwitch
		EnableVanityMode

	Type:	Player Controls

     Returns:	none

     Example:	EnablePlayerControls
		EnablePlayerFighting
		EnablePlayerJumping
		EnablePlayerLooking
		EnablePlayerMagic
		EnablePlayerViewSwitch
		EnableVanityMode

     Scripts:	AzuraEnd
		CharGen
		mastriusScript

Allows the player to using various parts of the interface disabled from a previous call to one of the Disable... functions.

See Also: DisablePlayerControls, DisablePlayerFighting, DisablePlayerJumping, DisablePlayerLooking, DisablePlayerMagic, DisablePlayerViewSwitch, and DisableVanityMode.


while
endwhile
		while ( LeftValue CompareOp RightValue )
			< statements >
		endwhile

       Where:   LeftValue  = Local/global variable or function call
		CompareOp  = ==, <=, <, >, >=, !=
		RightValue = Local/global variable or numeric literal value
		Statements = Zero or more statements to execute

	Type:	System

     Returns:	none

     Example:	while ( GetStrength < 90 )
			ModStrength, 1
		endwhile

     Scripts:	

The while is the only loop statement available in the scripting language. The while loop is executed within one frame until the condition is satisfied. This can cause an unwanted pause in the game if there are many loops required.

See Also:


Equip
		Equip, ObjectID

       Where:   ObjectID = Object to equip on its owner.

	Type:	Object

     Returns:	none

     Example:	Fargoth->Equip, "torch_infinite_time_unique"
		Equip, amulet_usheeja
		player->Equip, "dh_thrift_hammer_01"

     Scripts:	lookoutScript

Equips the given item on its owner. Note that this function does not work as intended some of the time. Equipping items on the player often does not work, although I had successfully equipped repair hammers from a script. Similarily with NPCs, equipping weapons/armor may not be possible although you can make them quaff potions.

Note that this function appears to be broken in the original Morrowind game (you may receive a bad function code error in the game or things simply will not work) but is fixed with the Tribunal expansion. In Tribunal you can successfully get NPCs to equip weapons/armor as well as on the player.

See Also:


ExplodeSpell
		ExplodeSpell, SpellID

       Where:   SpellID = Spell to explode on the calling object

	Type:	Magic, Tribunal

     Returns:	none

     Example:	ExplodeSpell, "proj_trap_spell"

     Scripts:	trapProjScript

Makes the calling object cast the given spell at itself. If an area effect touch range spell is used, this can make the reference 'explode'.

See Also:


Face
		Face, Angle, Time (unconfirmed)
	or	Face, X, Y (??)

       Where:   Angle = The final Z-angle you want the object to face.
		Time  = How fast the object rotates?
		X, Y  = Coordinate you want the NPC to face.

	Type:	Movement, Undocumented

     Returns:	none

     Example:	

     Scripts:	

Possibly makes an NPC face a direction and how fast they turn that way. Apparently interrupts current animations. I've used to on Wandering NPCs and they stop, Face wherever, then continue on wherever they were wandering to as soon as the Facing movement is over. Call only once unlike the Rotate type functions.

This function may be partially or entirely broken.

See Also:

Includes Contributions from Jog, CaveRat.

FadeIn
FadeOut
		FadeIn,  Time
		FadeOut, Time

       Where:   Time = Time in seconds to fade in/out (0 to 10, float)

	Type:	Misc

     Returns:	none

     Example:	FadeIn, 1.0
		FadeOut, 2.5

     Scripts:	puzzlecanal
		mastriusScript

Fades the screen in/out to/from black in the given amount of time.

See Also: FadeTo


FadeTo
		FadeTo, Alpha, Time

       Where:   Alpha = The final amount of fade (0 = clear, 100 is black)
		Time  = Time in seconds to fade (float)

	Type:	Misc

     Returns:	none

     Example:	FadeTo, 50, 2		(fade to 50% black in 2 seconds)

     Scripts:	Not Used

Fades the screen to a given amount in the set time.

See Also: FadeIn, FadeOut


Fall
		Fall

	Type:	Movement, Undocumented

     Returns:	none

     Example:	

     Scripts:	

Assumably this function causes the calling object to fall to the ground. Further testing is required.

See Also:


FillJournal
		FillJournal

	Type:	Console

     Returns:	none

     Example:	

     Scripts:	

This console function adds all the available journal entries to the character's journal. The TESCK help file says this may take a long time. The only known use of this function is for testing purposes.

See Also:


FillMap
		FillMap

	Type:	Console

     Returns:	none

     Example:	

     Scripts:	

Shows all the town names on the world map.

See Also:


FixMe
		FixMe

	Type:	Console

     Returns:	none

     Example:	

     Scripts:	

Reloads the current cell and attempts to 'unstick' the player from any object (jump 128 units away). Although this is a console function you can still call this function from a script. One use is when moving objects over long distances (across cell boundaries). Calling FixMe in this circumstance can correct certain display and clipping errors.

See Also:


Float
		Float

	Type:	System

     Example:	float LocalVar

     Scripts:	

This is the largest and one of the three types of the scripting language. Float variables can range from 3.4e+38 to 3.4e-38 and has 7 digits of precision.

Although local variables can start with an underscore character (_), this seems to cause strange problems in some functions. Therefore it is reccommended that you do not name variables starting with the underscore.

See Also: Long, Short

Includes Contributions from DinkumThinkum.


ForceGreeting
		ForceGreeting

	Type:	Dialogue

     Returns:	none

     Example:	ForceGreeting
		"taren andoren"->ForceGreeting

     Scripts:	anoScript
		dinScript

Makes the NPC start dialogue with the PC. Does not matter where the NPC is. The only exception to this appears to be that NPCs not in the current cell can only be used in a script if the player has visited the cell with the NPC within 72 hours. Note that this applies to ForceGreeting and other script functions as well. You can get around this limitation by using a PositionCell on the NPC once per day. Even if their position is not actually changed the 72 hour limit will no longer apply (some say you do actually have to change the NPC's cell with this technique).

See Also:

Includes Contributions from Srikandi and Cortex.


ForceJump
		ForceJump

	Type:	Movement, Tribunal

     Returns:	none

     Example:	ForceJump
		"Gadyni Rethan"->ForceJump

     Scripts:	Not Used

Forces the calling actor to jump in place. Note this is different than ForceMoveJump which causes the NPC to jump while they move.

See Also: ClearForceJump, GetForceJump


ForceMoveJump
		ForceMoveJump

	Type:	Movement, Tribunal

     Returns:	none

     Example:	ForceMoveJump
		"Gadyni Rethan"->ForceMoveJump

     Scripts:	Not Used

Forces the calling actor to jump while they move. Note this is different than ForceJump which causes the NPC to jump in place without moving.

See Also: ClearForceMoveJump, GetForceMoveJump


ForceRun
		ForceRun

	Type:	Movement, Tribunal

     Returns:	none

     Example:	ForceRun
		"Gadyni Rethan"->ForceRun

     Scripts:	Not Used

Forces the calling actor to run when they move.

See Also: ClearForceRun, GetForceRun


ForceSneak
		ForceSneak

	Type:	Movement

     Returns:	none

     Example:	ForceSneak
		"taren andoren"->ForceSneak

     Scripts:	tarenScript
		lookoutScript

Forces the NPC to start sneaking, making him creep around stealthily.

See Also: ClearForceSneak, GetForceSneak


GameHour
		GameHour

	Type:	Time

     Returns:	float

     Example:	if ( GameHour >= 18 )
		set fValue to GameHour

     Scripts:	anoScript
		sleeperScript

Returns the current hour of the day in the game's time. The value is a floating point value that will be increased slightly on each frame. Game hour can be modified using the SET command to change the game time.

My favourite usage is on an item I created -- the Ring of Eternal Midnight -- which causes the GameHour to be set to 0.001 constantly once the day changes -- thus, once it becomes midnight, the ring will keep the game frozen at midnight until you remove it. When you do remove it, time will advance normally (even if you put the ring on again) until midnight is again reached.

Another good usage of setting GameHour directly is to make time pass. 'set GameHour to GameHour + 0.5' makes time advance a half-hour instantaneously. It correctly identifies new days, but I haven't yet tested whether or not it also correctly identifies time passed beyond a new day -- that is, if it is currently 11:59 PM, whether or not adding a half hour will make it 12:29 AM or simply 12:00 AM.

See Also:

Includes Contributions from Spuzzum.


GetAIPackageDone
		GetAIPackageDone

	Type:	AI

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( GetAIPackageDone == 1 )

     Scripts:	dulniScript
		FaluraScript

Returns 1 for one frame when the NPC's AI package has completed (usually returns 0). Use this to determine when an NPC has arrived at their location when using the AiTravel function.

See Also: AiEscort, AiFollow, AiTravel, AiWander, GetCurrentAiPackage


GetAngle
		GetAngle, Axis

       Where:	Axis = Which world axis to get the object's orientation (X, Y, or Z).
				
	Type:	Movement

     Returns:	float

     Example:	if ( misc_com_wood_bowl_02->GetAngle, Z >= 180 )
		if ( GetAngle, Y < 0 )
		set TempFloat to ( GetAngle, X )

     Scripts:	cavein_script
		testmoverock

Returns a float value of the calling object's current orientation (in degrees) in the world along the specified axis.

See Also:


GetArmorType
		GetArmorType, ArmorLocation

       Where:   ArmorLocation = Short value indicating which armor piece to check.
					Helmet		0
					Cuirass		1
					Left Pauldron	2
					Right Pauldron	3
					Greaves		4
					Boots		5
					Left Gauntlet	6
					Right Gauntlet	7
					Shield		8
					Left Bracer	9
					Right Bracer	10

	Type:	Object, Tribunal

     Returns:	short (-1 to 2)
			Unarmored	-1
			Light Armor	0
			Medium Armor	1
			Heavy Armor	2

     Example:	if ( GetArmorType, 0 == 1 )
		if ( player->GetArmorType, 8 == 2 )
		if ( "adairan lalansour"->GetArmorType, 5 >= 0 )

     Scripts:

Returns the armor weight class of the actor's armor at the given location.

See Also: GetWeaponType


GetAttacked
		GetAttacked

	Type:	Combat

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( GetAttacked == 1 )

     Scripts:	tarenScript
		JournalistPals

Returns 0 if the actor has never been attacked and 1 if he has been attacked.

See Also:


GetBlightDisease
GetCommonDisease
		GetBlightDisease
		GetCommonDisease

	Type:	Magic

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( GetBlightDisease == 1 )
		set sValue to "delte fyr"->GetCommonDisease

     Scripts:	diseaseCorprus
		diseaseBrownRot

Returns 1 if the calling object has a common or blight disease, or 0 otherwise.

See Also:


GetButtonPressed
		GetButtonPressed

	Type:	Misc

     Returns:	short

     Example:	short Button
		set Button to GetButtonPressed

     Scripts:	bittercup
		playscript

Returns the user's choice from the previous MessageBox function. If the user hasn't made a choice yet the function returns -1. The first button will return a value of 0, the second 1, and so on.

See Also: MessageBox


GetCollidingActor
GetCollidingPC
		GetCollidingActor
		GetCollidingPC

	Type:	Collison, Tribunal

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( GetCollidingPC == 1 )
		if ( GetCollidingActor == 1 )
		
     Scripts:	explosion_pushout
		ExitBlockMessage

GetCollidingPC returns 1 if the player is colliding with it. Similarily, GetCollidingActor returns 1 if ANY actor (including PC) is colliding on it. The functions returns 0 otherwise.

Are new functions introduced in the Tribunal expansion.

See Also:


GetCurrentAIPackage
		GetCurrentAIPackage

	Type:	AI

     Returns:	short (-1 to 5)
			None     = -1
			Wander   = 0
			Travel   = 1
			Escort   = 2
			Follow   = 3
			Activate = 4
			Pursue   = 5

     Example:	if ( GetCurrentAIPackage == 3 )
		set g_TempValue to "teruise girvayne"->GetCurrentAIPackage

     Scripts:	devalFollow
		FaluraScript

Returns a short value based on the current AIPackage the NPC is performing.

See Also: AiEscort, AiFollow, AiTravel, AiWander, GetAiPackageDone


GetCurrentTime
		GetCurrentTime

	Type:	Time, Undocumented

     Returns:	float

     Example:	if ( GetCurrentTime >= 10 )
		set g_TempValue to GetCurrentTime

     Scripts:	Not Used

Unknown function that may return the same value of GetSecondsPassed. Further testing is required.

See Also: GetSecondsPassed


GetCurrentWeather
		GetCurrentWeather

	Type:	Weather

     Returns:	short (0 to 7)
			0	Clear
			1	Cloudy
			2	Foggy
			3	Overcast
			4	Rain
			5	Thunder
			6	Ash
			7	Blight

     Example:	if ( GetCurrentWeather == 1 )

     Scripts:	OutsideBanner

Returns the current weather conditions.

See Also:


GetDeadCount
		GetDeadCount, ObjectID

       Where:	ObjectID = Actor to get the number of times it has been killed

	Type:	Stats

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( GetDeadCount, "Vorar Helas" > 0 )
		set sValue to ( GetDeadCount, "ancestor_ghost" )

     Scripts:	attack_slave
		AhniaNote

Returns the number of items the given actor has been killed.

See Also:


GetDetected
		GetDetected, ActorID

       Where:	ActorID = Target NPC used to check if the source actor can them.

	Type:	AI

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( GetDetected, "teres arothan" == 1 )
		if ( GetDetected, Player == 1 )

     Scripts:	jeanneScript
		nartiseGuards

Checks to see if the calling NPC can detect the given actor (returns 1 if it can). If not, then the given actor is invisible in some form (such as sneaking, chameleon, or invisibility). The TES help file says that this is a slow function that should not be called too often.

See Also:


GetDisabled
		GetDisabled

	Type:	Misc

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( GetDisabled == 1 )
		if ( "misc_vivec_ashmask_01"->GetDisabled == 0 )
		set fValue to ( "cienne sintieve"->GetDisabled )

     Scripts:	almaScript
		CharGenBoatNPC

Returns 1 if the calling object is currently disabled, or 0 otherwise.

See Also: Disable, Enable


GetDistance
		GetDistance, ObjectID

       Where:	ObjectID = Object to get the distance to.

	Type:	Movement

     Returns:	float

     Example:	if ( GetDistance, denegor <= 200 )
		set fValue to ( "cienne sintieve"->GetDistance, Player )

     Scripts:	anoScript
		AzuraEnd

Returns a float value for the distance between the calling object and the given ObjectID (in game units). If one of the objects is not unique, the first instance of that object is used (thus you should only use the function with unique objects). Also, if you move one of the objects using Move or MoveWorld, GetDistance will still report the original distance (use GetPos in this situation).

See Also:


GetEffect
		GetEffect, EffectID

       Where:	EffectID = Magic effect to check for, use the following values:
			sEffectAbsorbAttribute		sEffectAbsorbFatigue†	 	sEffectAbsorbHealth
			sEffectAbsorbSkill††		sEffectAbsorbSpellPoints 	sEffectAlmsiviIntervention
			sEffectBlind†††††		sEffectBoundBattleAxe	 	sEffectBoundBoots
			sEffectBoundCuirass		sEffectBoundDagger	 	sEffectBoundGloves
			sEffectBoundHelm††††		sEffectBoundLongbow		sEffectBoundLongsword
			sEffectBoundMace		sEffectBoundShield		sEffectBoundSpear††
			sEffectBurden††			sEffectCalmCreature††††		sEffectCalmHumanoid
			sEffectChameleon		sEffectCharm†††††		sEffectCommandCreatures†††
			sEffectCommandHumanoids†	sEffectCorpus			sEffectCureBlightDisease
			sEffectCureCommonDisease	sEffectCureCorprusDisease	sEffectCureParalyzation
			sEffectCurePoison		sEffectDamageAttribute		sEffectDamageFatigue
			sEffectDamageHealth††††		sEffectDamageMagicka		sEffectDamageSkill††
			sEffectDemoralizeCreature	sEffectDemoralizeHumanoid	sEffectDetectAnimal
			sEffectDetectEnchantment	sEffectDetectKey		sEffectDisintegrateArmor††
			sEffectDisintegrateWeapon	sEffectDispel			sEffectDivineIntervention
			sEffectDrainAttribute		sEffectDrainFatigue†		sEffectDrainHealth†††††
			sEffectDrainSkill†††		sEffectDrainSpellpoints		sEffectExtraSpell
			sEffectFeather			sEffectFireDamage		sEffectFireShield
			sEffectFortifyAttackBonus	sEffectFortifyAttribute		sEffectFortifyFatigue†
			sEffectFortifyHealth†††		sEffectFortifyMagickaMultiplier	sEffectFortifySkill††
			sEffectFortifySpellpoints	sEffectFrenzyCreature††††	sEffectFrenzyHumanoid
			sEffectFrostDamage		sEffectFrostShield†††		sEffectInvisibility
			sEffectJump			sEffectLevitate			sEffectLight
			sEffectLightningShield		sEffectLock†††			sEffectMark
			sEffectNightEye			sEffectOpen			sEffectParalyze
			sEffectPoison			sEffectRallyCreature††††	sEffectRallyHumanoid
			sEffectRecall			sEffectReflect			sEffectRemoveCurse
			sEffectResistBlightDisease	sEffectResistCommonDisease	sEffectResistCorprusDisease
			sEffectResistFire		sEffectResistFrost		sEffectResistMagicka
			sEffectResistNormalWeapons	sEffectResistParalysis		sEffectResistPoison
			sEffectResistShock		sEffectRestoreAttribute		sEffectRestoreFatigue†
			sEffectRestoreHealth††††	sEffectRestoreSkill†		sEffectRestoreSpellPoints
			sEffectSanctuary		sEffectShield			sEffectShockDamage
			sEffectSilence††††††		sEffectSlowFall			sEffectSoultrap
			sEffectSound			sEffectSpellAbsorption		sEffectStuntedMagicka
			sEffectSummonAncestralGhost	sEffectSummonBonelord		sEffectSummonCenturionSphere
			sEffectSummonClannfear		sEffectSummonDaedroth		sEffectSummonDremora
			sEffectSummonFlameAtronach	sEffectSummonFrostAtronach	sEffectSummonGoldensaint
			sEffectSummonGreaterBonewalker	sEffectSummonHunger		sEffectSummonLeastBonewalker
			sEffectSummonScamp		sEffectSummonSkeletalMinion	sEffectSummonStormAtronach
			sEffectSummonWingedTwilight	sEffectSunDamage		sEffectSwiftSwim
			sEffectTelekinesis		sEffectTurnUndead†††††		sEffectVampirism
			sEffectWaterBreathing†††	sEffectWaterWalking		sEffectWeaknessToBlightDisease
			sEffectWeaknessToCommonDisease	sEffectWeaknessToCorprusDisease	sEffectWeaknessToFire
			sEffectWeaknessToFrost		sEffectWeaknessToMagicka	sEffectWeaknessToNormalWeapons
			sEffectWeaknessToPoison		sEffectWeaknessToShock

	BloodMoon: 	sEffectSummonCreature01		sEffectSummonCreature02		sEffectSummonCreature03
			sEffectSummonCreature04		sEffectSummonCreature05

	Type:	Magic

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( GetEffect, sEffectSilence == 1 )
		set sValue to ( "cienne sintieve"->GetEffect, sEffectShield != 0 )

     Scripts:	Example_NPC_Stuff
		shrineTemple

Returns 1 if the given spell effect is currently on the calling object. Do not confuse effects and spells (effects are what make up the spells). You can also use an exact literal value for the EffectID if you know it. Appears to be broken for fatigue related effects?

See Also: GetSpell, GetSpellEffects

Includes Contributions from CaveRat.


GetFactionReaction
		GetFactionReaction, FactionID1, FactionID2

       Where:	FactionID1, FactionID2 = Factions to get the reaction adjustment for

	Type:	Faction, Console

     Returns:	short

     Example:	GetFactionReaction, "Thieves Guild", "Redoran"

     Scripts:	

Returns the reaction adjustment for the two given factions. Can only be used in the console (unconfirmed)?

See Also: ModFactionReaction, SetFactionReaction.


GetForceJump
		GetForceJump

	Type:	Movement, Tribunal

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( GetForceJump == 1 )
		set sValue to ( "Gadyni Rethan"->GetForceJump )

     Scripts:	Not Used

Returns 1 if the calling actor is jumping from a previous call to ForceJump, or 0 otherwise.

See Also: ClearForceJump, ForceJump


GetForceMoveJump
		GetForceMoveJump

	Type:	Movement, Tribunal

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( GetForceMoveJump == 1 )
		set sValue to ( "Gadyni Rethan"->GetForceMoveJump )

     Scripts:	Not Used

Returns 1 if the calling actor is running from a previous call to ForceMoveRun, or 0 otherwise.

See Also: ClearForceMoveJump, ForceMoveJump


GetForceRun
		GetForceRun

	Type:	Movement, Tribunal

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( GetForceRun == 1 )
		set sValue to ( "Gadyni Rethan"->GetForceRun )

     Scripts:	Not Used

Returns 1 if the calling actor is running from a previous call to ForceRun, or 0 otherwise (short value).

See Also: ClearForceRun, ForceRun


GetForceSneak
		GetForceSneak

	Type:	Movement

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( GetForceSneak == 1 )
		if ( "taren andoren"->GetForceSneak == 1 )

     Scripts:	Not Used

Returns 1 if the NPC is currently sneaking (by a previous call to ForceSneak). Returns 0 otherwise.

See Also: ClearForceSneak, ForceSneak


GetHealthGetRatio
		GetHealthGetRatio

	Type:	Stats, Undocumented

     Returns:	float

     Example:	if ( player->GetHealthGetRatio < 0.10 )
		set fValue to ( "Murudius Flaeus"->GetHealthGetRatio )

     Scripts:	Not Used

Returns a float value from 0.0 to 1.0 representing the calling actor's current health to maximum health ratio (i.e., 0.0 would be dead, and 1.0 would be full health). Note that this is the correct name for the GetHealthRatio function listed in the Construction Set help.

See Also:


GetInterior
		GetInterior

	Type:	Misc, Undocumented

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( GetInterior == 1 )
		set sValue to GetInterior

     Scripts:	Not Used

Returns 1 if the current cell is interior, or 0 otherwise.

See Also:


GetItemCount
		GetItemCount, ObjectID

       Where:	ObjectID = ID of object to get the count for

	Type:	Object

     Returns:	short?

     Example:	if ( player->GetItemCount, "gold_001" == 11171 )
		if ( GetItemCount, "blessed_shield" > 0 )
		short ObjectCount
		set ObjectCount to ( Player->GetItemCount, "wraithguard" )

     Scripts:	blueScript
		DagothTaunt_1

Returns the number of the objectID contained in the calling object. May not work correctly if the calling object has more than 32267 of the given item (unconfirmed).

There is a bug with this function when used on containers (possibly related to the AddItem/ RemoveItem bug). If the player chooses the Take All button on the container then subsequent GetItemCount calls on the container will return the number of items in the container before the player took everything.

One way to get around this bug is to set the chest as persistant and use a temporary persistant ingrediant in the chest. The persistant ingrediant is hidden in the sense that it is added initially to the chest from a script, removed when the player opens the container, and added back again when the container is closed. See the below script for an example:

begin HidePersistant
	short doOnce

	if ( onActivate == 1 )
		RemoveItem, "PersistantIngredient", 1
		set doOnce to 1
	endif


	if ( doOnce == 1 )
		If ( onActivate == 1 )
			; do nothing
		elseif ( Activate == 1 )
			; do nothing
		elseif ( MenuMode == 1 )
			; do nothing
		else
			AddItem, "PersistantIngredient", 1
			Set doOnce to 0
			return
		endif
	endif
end

See Also:

Includes Contributions from Paschors and Aquiantus.


GetJournalIndex
		GetJournalIndex, JournalID

       Where:	JournalID = ID of player's journal to retrieve

	Type:	Dialogue

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( GetJournalIndex, MG_StolenReport > 0 ) 
		if ( GetJournalIndex "MS_WhiteGuar" <= 50 )

     Scripts:	ajiraReports
		anoScript

This function returns the index of the highest (or the last?) journal entry for that journal topic that the player has received. Use this to keep track of the player's current location in the quest and for scripting specific events according to the quest.

See Also:


GetLOS
GetLineOfSight
		GetLOS, ObjectID
		GetLineOfSight, ObjectID	(undocumented)

       Where:	ObjectID = Object to check the line of sight with.

	Type:	Movement

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( GetLOS, Player == 1 )
		if ( GetLineOfSight, Player == 1 )
		if ( "arara uvulas"->GetLOS, "ashamanu" == 1 )

     Scripts:	balynScript
		BILL_synette_jeline

Returns 1 if the calling object has a line of sight to other given ObjectID, or 0 otherwise. May not work correctly if used on non-actor objects. Both versions of the function should be identical.

See Also:


GetLocked
		GetLocked

	Type:	Misc

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( GetLocked == 1 )
		set sValue to ( "door_cavern_doors00_velas"->GetLocked )

     Scripts:	PlagueStart
		freleneCellDoor

Returns 1 if the calling object is locked, or 0 otherwise.

See Also:


GetMasserPhase
GetSecundaPhase
		GetMasserPhase
		GetSecundaPhase

	Type:	Misc

     Returns:	short
			0 =†New moon or Interior Cell (this is the default)
			1 =†Waxing or Waning Cresecent
			2 =†Waxing or Waning Half
			3 =†Waxing or Waning Gibbous
			4 =†Full Moon

     Example:	if ( GetMasserPhase == 1 )
		set sValue to GetSecundaPhase

     Scripts:	Not Used

Returns the current phase of the two moons of Tamriel. Note that the GetSecundaPhase function is incorrectly referred to as GetSecundusPhase in the Construction Set help. Another thing that should be pointed out that the moons return whether or not they're full even during the day time, when logically the moons are invisible.

This isn't confirmed, but in practice, experimenting with both functions almost always resulted in both moons being full immediately upon loading a saved game, and both moons remaining at the precise same phase as one another throughout their rotation.

When the player is in an interior these functions will return the phase when you were last in an exterior cell.

See Also:

Includes Contributions from Spuzzum and Elim.


GetPCCell
		GetPCCell, "CellID"

       Where:	CellID = CellID (partial or full) to test if player is in

	Type:	Misc

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( GetPCCell, "Koal Cave" == 1 )
		set sValue to GetPCCell, "Vivec, Arena Pit"

     Scripts:	devalFollow
		DrothPost

Returns 1 if the player is in the given cell. Can also check for partial matches, i.e., GetPCCell, "Vivec" will return 1 if the player is in a cell named Vivec or Vivec, Fredís House.

See Also:


GetPCFacRep
		GetPCFacRep, [FactionID]

       Where:	FactionID = Optional faction to get the PC's reputation in.

	Type:	Faction

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( GetPCFacRep, "Thieves Guild" > 5 )
	
     Scripts:	Not Used

Returns the player's faction modifier towards the calling NPC's faction, or of the supplied FactionID.

See Also: ModPCFacRep, SetPCFacRep


GetPCInJail
		GetPCInJail

	Type:	Misc, Bloodmoon

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( GetPCInJail == 1 )
		set sValue to ( GetPCInJail )
	
     Scripts:	

Returns 1 if the player is currently in jail, or 0 otherwise.

See Also:


GetPCJumping
		GetPCJumping

	Type:	Movement, Tribunal

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( GetPCJumping == 1 )
		set sValue to ( "idros givyn"->GetPCJumping )
	
     Scripts:	Not Used

Returns 1 if the player is currently jumping, or 0 otherwise.

See Also: GetPCRunning, GetPCSneaking


GetPCRank
		GetPCRank, [FactionID]	

       Where:	FactionID = Optional faction to get the PC's rank in.

	Type:	Faction

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( GetPCRank, "Thieves Guild" > 5 )
		if ( "telvanni sharpshooter"->GetPCRank > 2 )
		if ( player->GetPCRank, "Temple" >= 0 )	

     Scripts:	shrineAralor
		MoonandStar

Returns the playerís rank in faction. This will default to the actorís faction if FactionID is not defined. Returns 0-9 and -1 if not a member.

See Also: GetPCFacRep


GetPCRunning
		GetPCRunning

	Type:	Movement, Tribunal

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( GetPCRunning == 1 )
		set sValue to ( "idros givyn"->GetPCRunning )
	
     Scripts:	Not Used

Returns 1 if the player is currently running, or 0 otherwise.

See Also: GetPCJumping, GetPCSneaking


GetPCSleep
		GetPCSleep

	Type:	Misc

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( GetPCSleep == 1 )
		set sValue to ( GetPCSleep )
	
     Scripts:	Main
		Sleepers

Returns 1 if the player is currently sleeping, or 0 otherwise.

See Also:


GetPCSneaking
		GetPCSneaking

	Type:	Movement, Tribunal

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( GetPCSneaking == 1 )
		set sValue to ( "idros givyn"->GetPCSneaking )
	
     Scripts:	projectileMine
		proximityMine

Returns 1 if the player is currently sneaking, or 0 otherwise.

See Also: GetPCJumping, GetPCRunning


GetPCTraveling
		GetPCTraveling

	Type:	Movement, Bloodmoon

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( GetPCTraveling == 1 )
		set sValue to ( GetPCTraveling )
	
     Scripts:	

Returns 1 if the player is currently fast travelling (silt strider or boat), or 0 otherwise.

See Also:


GetPlayerControlsDisabled
GetPlayerFightingDisabled
GetPlayerJumpingDisabled
GetPlayerMagicDisabled
GetPlayerLookingDisabled
GetPlayerViewSwitch
GetVanityModeDisabled
		GetPlayerControlsDisabled
		GetPlayerFightingDisabled
		GetPlayerJumpingDisabled
		GetPlayerMagicDisabled
		GetPlayerLookingDisabled
		GetPlayerViewSwitch		(Broken)
		GetVanityModeDisabled

	Type:	Player Controls

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( GetPlayerControlsDisabled == 1 )
		set sValue to GetPlayerFightingDisabled
	
     Scripts:	Not Used

Returns 1 if the associated player control/mode is disabled, or 0 otherwise. Note that the GetPlayerViewSwitch function appears to be broken.

See Also: DisablePlayerControls, DisablePlayerFighting, DisablePlayerJumping, DisablePlayerLooking, DisablePlayerMagic, DisablePlayerViewSwitch, and DisableVanityMode.


GetPos
		GetPos, Axis

       Where:	Axis = Which world axis to get the object's position (X, Y, or Z).
				
	Type:	Movement

     Returns:	float

     Example:	if ( misc_com_wood_bowl_02->GetPos, Z >= 400 )
		if ( GetPos, Y < 0 )
		set TempFloat to ( GetPos, X )

     Scripts:	cavein_script
		testmoverock

Returns a float value of the calling object's current position in the world along the specified axis. Does not always return the object's position if the object is not in the same cell (or close to) the player (returns 0 instead). In such a case, it is better to store the object's position when you know the player is close by (such as when the item is dropped) and use them later.

See Also: SetPos


GetRace
		GetRace, 'RaceID'

       Where:	'RaceID' = RaceID to compare against the calling NPC.

	Type:	Faction

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( GetRace, "High Elf" == 1 )
		if ( "telvanni sharpshooter"->GetRace, "Imperial" == 1 )

     Scripts:	DaedraMalacath
		RaceCheck

Returns 1 if the calling NPC is of the given race, or 0 otherwise. The following is a list of the default races available to the player.

	Argonian
	Breton
	Dark Elf
	High Elf
	Imperial
	Khajiit
	Nord
	Orc
	Redguard
	Wood Elf

See Also:


GetSecondsPassed
		GetSecondsPassed

	Type:	Time

     Returns:	float

     Example:	set TimePassed to ( TimePass + GetSecondsPassed )

     Scripts:	Akula_doors
		Bardoor

Returns the time in seconds since the script was last run. Very useful for timing events in scripts, for example:

begin TestTimeScript
	float TimePassed

	set TimePassed to (TimePassed + GetSecondsPassed)

	if ( TimePassed > 10 )
		MessageBox "Displayed every 10 seconds"
		set TimePassed to 0
	endif
end

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GetSoundPlaying
		GetSoundPlaying, "SoundID"

	Type:	Sound

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( GetSoundPlaying, "endrumble" == 1 )
		set sValue to ( GetSoundPlaying, "endrumble" )

     Scripts:	LorkhanHeart
		lava

Returns 1 if the given sound is currently being played by the calling object, or 0 otherwise. Sound IDs can be found from the Gameplay-Sounds menu in the Construction Set. You can use this function to determine the current action of the player/actor, such as whether they are casting a spell, or swinging a weapon.

See Also:

Includes Contributions from Argent.


GetSpell
		GetSpell, SpellID

       Where:	SpellID = The spell you wish to check for.

	Type: 	Magic

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( GetSpell, shield == 1 )
		set sValue to ( "dorisa darvel"->GetSpell "Swamp Fever" )

     Scripts:	dinScript
		letteScript

Returns 1 if the calling object has the spell in their inventory, or 0 otherwise. This may work in a similar manner to AddSpell and RemoveSpell where if the spell is a normal one, it merely checks if the calling actor knows it. If the spell is a disease or curse, however, it may check if the calling actor is under the spell's effect.

See Also: GetEffect, GetSpellEffects


GetSpellEffects
		GetSpellEffects, SpellID

       Where:	SpellID = The spell you wish to check for.

	Type: 	Magic

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( GetSpellEffects, "Burning Hand"  == 1 )
		set sValue to ( "Myn Farr"->GetSpellEffects, "Rust Chancre" )

     Scripts:	bulfimScript
		Example_NPC_Stuff

Returns 1 if the calling object is under the effect of the given spell, or 0 otherwise.

See Also: GetEffect, GetSpell


GetSpellReadied
		GetSpellReadied

	Type:	Magic, Tribunal

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( GetSpellReadied == 1 ) 
		set sValue to ( "shat gro-shazog"->GetSpellReadied )
	
     Scripts:	Not Used

Returns 1 if the calling actor has a spell read to be cast, or 0 otherwise.

See Also:


GetSquareRoot
		GetSquareRoot, Value

       Where:	Value = Value to compute the square root for, can be a literal or float variable

	Type: 	Misc, Tribunal

     Returns:	float

     Example:	if ( GetSquareRoot, fValue < 100 )
		set fValue1 to ( GetSquareRoot, fValue2 )

     Scripts:	

Computes the square root of the given float value or variable.

See Also:


GetStandingActor
GetStandingPC
		GetStandingActor
		GetStandingPC

	Type: 	Misc

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( GetStandingActor == 1 )
		set sValue to GetStandingPC

     Scripts:	TestMoveRock
		CharGenStuffRoom

Returns 1 if any actor (or PC) is standing on the calling object, or 0 otherwise. GetStandingActor checks for any actor including the player.

See Also:


GetStartingAngle
		GetStartingAngle, Axis

       Where:	Axis = World axis to get the object's original orientation (X, Y, or Z).

	Type:	Movement

     Returns:	float

     Example:	if ( GetStartingAngle, X >= 90 )
		set fInitialYAngle to ( "misc_de_goblet_04_dagoth"->GetStartingAngle, Y )

     Scripts:	Float
		SignRotate

Returns a float value of the object's original orientation (in degrees) along the given world axis.

See Also: GetStartingPos


GetStartingPos
		GetStartingPos, Axis

       Where:	Axis = World axis to get the object's original position (X, Y, or Z).

	Type:	Movement

     Returns:	float

     Example:	if ( GetStartingPos, X >= 90 )
		set fInitialYPos to ( "misc_de_goblet_04_dagoth"->GetStartingPos, Y )

     Scripts:	Float
		SignRotate

Returns a float value of the object's original position (in game units) along the given world axis.

See Also: GetStartingAngle


GetAcrobatics GetAgility GetAlarm GetAlchemy GetAlteration GetArmorBonus GetArmorer
GetAthletics GetAttackBonus GetAxe GetBlindness GetBlock GetBluntWeapon GetCastPenalty
GetChameleon GetConjuration GetDefendBonus GetDestruction GetDisposition GetEnchant GetEndurance
GetFatigue GetFight GetFlee GetFlying GetHandToHand GetHealth GetHeavyArmor
GetHello GetIllusion GetIntelligence GetInvisible GetLevel GetLightArmor GetLongBlade
GetLuck GetMarksman GetMediumArmor GetMagicka GetMercantile GetMysticism GetParalysis
GetPCCrimeLevel GetPCVisionBonus GetPersonality GetReputation GetResistBlight GetResistCorprus GetResistDisease
GetResistFire GetResistFrost GetResistMagicka GetResistNormalWeapons GetResistParalysis GetResistPoison GetResistShock
GetRestoration GetScale GetSecurity GetShortblade GetSilence GetSneak GetSpear
GetSpeechcraft GetSpeed GetStrength GetSuperJump GetSwimSpeed GetUnarmored GetWaterBreathing
GetWaterLevel GetWaterWalking GetWillpower
		Get____

	Type:	Stats

     Returns:	float
		
     Example:	if ( player->GetHealth < 10 )
		set MyStr to GetStrength

     Scripts:	ouch_keening
		puzzlecanal

These functions are used to return the various statistics of the calling actor or player. There are several special cases of the Get___ functions as described below.

Note that the GetInvisible was incorrectly spelled as GetInvisibile in the original Morrowind game (fixed in a later patch or Tribunal?).

See Also: Mod____, Set____


GetTarget
		GetTarget, ActorID

       Where:	ActorID = NPC ID to check against the source actor's current target.

	Type:	Combat

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( GetTarget, "taren andoren" == 1 )
		if ( GetTarget Player == 1 )

     Scripts:	nartiseGuards
		nemindaScript

Returns 1 if the target of the NPC is the given actor. Returns 0 otherwise.

See Also:


GetWeaponDrawn
		GetWeaponDrawn

	Type:	Object, Tribunal

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( GetWeaponDrawn == 1 ) 
		set sValue to ( "shat gro-shazog"->GetWeaponDrawn )
	
     Scripts:	BladeScript

Returns 1 if the calling actor has a weapon drawn ready to attack, or 0 otherwise.

See Also:


GetWeaponType
		GetWeaponType

	Type:	Object, Tribunal

     Returns:	short (-1 to 13)
			Unarmed			-1
			Short blade, 1-Hand	0
			Long blade, 1-Hand	1
			Long blade, 2-Hand	2
			Blunt, 1-Hand		3
			Blunt, 2-Hand Close	4
			Blunt, 2-Hand Wide	5
			Spear, 2-Hand Wide	6
			Axe, 1-Hand		7
			Axe, 2-Hand Close	8
			Bow			9
			Crossbow		10
			Thrown Weapon		11
			Arrow			12
			Bolt			13

     Example:	if ( GetWeaponType == 1 )
		if ( "addarnat assardidairan"->GetWeaponType == -1 )
		if ( player->GetWeaponType == 10 )

     Scripts:	Not Used

Returns the weapon type of the actor's current weapon.

See Also: GetArmorType


GetWerewolfKills
		GetWerewolfKills

	Type:	Werewolf, Bloodmoon

     Returns:	float?

     Example:	if ( GetWerewolfKills > 1 )

     Scripts:	

Returns the number of kills the player (?) has done since they last turned into a werewolf (unconfirmed).

See Also:


GetWindSpeed
		GetWindSpeed

	Type:	Weather, Undocumentated

     Returns:	float

     Example:	if ( GetWindSpeed > 0.5 )

     Scripts:	Not Used

Undocumented function that returns the current wind speed. Generally values are around 0 to 2 for average conditions.

See Also:


Goodbye
		Goodbye

	Type:	Dialogue

     Returns:	none

     Example:	Goodbye

     Scripts:	Only in dialogue results

This function immediately ends the players conversation with the NPC, forcing the user to click the Goodbye option to end dialogue. Used only in dialogue results (unsure if it can be used in a regular script or not).

See Also:


GotoJail
		GotoJail

	Type:	Misc

     Returns:	none

     Example:	GotoJail

     Scripts:	GotoJailWhenDone

Sends the player to prison.

See Also:


HasItemEquipped
		HasItemEquipped, ObjectID

       Where:	ObjectID = Object to check being equipped on the calling actor.

	Type:	Object, Tribunal

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( HasItemEquipped, "ebony spear" == 1 )
		if ( player->HasItemEquipped, fireblade != 0 )
		if ( "alvis teri"->HasItemEquipped, "expensive_belt_01" == 1 )

     Scripts:	Not Used

Returns 1 if the given item is currently equipped on the calling actor, or 0 otherwise.

See Also:


HasSoulgem
		HasSoulgem, CreatureID

       Where:	CreatureID = Creature to check for a soul gem

	Type:	Magic

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( Player->HasSoulGem, "atronach_storm" > 1 )
		set sValue to ( HasSoulGem, lich_relvel )

     Scripts:	SkinkSoul1
		StrongSoulCheck

Returns 1 if the calling object has the given creature's soulgem in their inventory, or 0 otherwise.

See Also:


Help
		Help

	Type:	Console

     Example:	

     Scripts:	

Console only command that lists some of the console specific functions.

See Also:


HitAttemptOnMe
HitOnMe
		HitAttemptOnMe, ObjectID
		HitOnMe, ObjectID

       Where:   ObjectID = Number of hit points per second to damage any colliding actor (float).

	Type:	Combat

     Returns:	short

     Example:	Set keeningHit to HitOnMe Keening
		player->HitOnMe, "chitin dagger"

     Scripts:	LorkhanHeart (HitOnMe)
		Not Used (HitAttemptOnMe)

Returns 1 if a hit on the calling NPC is attempted (HitAttemptOnMe) or hit (HitOnMe) by ObjectID in melee. For example, player->HitOnMe, "chitin dagger" will return 1 if the player is hit by a chitin dagger.

See Also:


HurtCollidingActor
		HurtCollidingActor, Value

       Where:   Value = Number of hit points per second to damage any colliding actor (float).

	Type:	Collison, Tribunal

     Returns:	none

     Example:	HurtCollidingActor 100
		HurtCollidingActor 9999999	(kill any NPCs that collide with it)

     Scripts:	Collide_damage_100
		Collide_damage_kill

Damages colliding actor the given number of health points per second. This function requires Tribunal.

See Also: HurtStandingActor


HurtStandingActor
		HurtStandingActor, Value

       Where:   Value = Number of hit points per second to damage any actor standing on it (float).
			Value should be negative for damage, or positive for healing.  This value 
			can be literal or a variable.

	Type:	Collison

     Returns:	none

     Example:	HurtStandingActor, 1		(heal 1 hitpoint per second)
		HurtStandingActor, -20.0	(hurt 10 hitpoints per second)
		HurtStandingActor, fDmgValue	(use a variable value)

     Scripts:	lava
		SothaHotOil

Damages any actor standing on the object the given number of health points per second. As mentioned above, a positive value will heal the actor, and a negative value will damage them. The value can not only be a literal number, but also a variable (local or global).

See Also: HurtCollidingActor


A NAME="iswerewolf"> IsWerewolf
		IsWerewolf

	Type:	Werewolf, Bloodmoon

     Returns:	short?

     Example:	

     Scripts:	

Returns 1 if the player (or other NPC?) is currently in Werewolf form, or 0 otherwise.

See Also: BecomeWerewolf, UndoWerewolf


Journal
		Journal, ID, Index

       Where:   ID	= Journal ID to add.
		Index	= Value of the journal entry to add.  Can be a literal value or also a
			  local or global short variable.

	Type:	Dialogue

     Returns:	none

     Example:	Journal, "A2_4_MiloGone", 10
		Journal, C3_DestroyDagoth, 50
		Journal, C3_DestroyDagoth, sSumValue		(use a variable value)

     Scripts:	amayaJournal
		AzuraEnd

Adds a journal entry to the player's journal using the given value to determine which entry to add. Generally the a single ID will refer to a single quest, with multiple index values to indicate various parts of the quest. The index starts low and ends high. For instance, 10 for the starting journal entry, 20 and 30 for two middle quest journal entries, and 50 for the last, end of quest, journal entry.

This is one of the few functions that can accept a variable for the index parametrr.

See Also:


Lock
		Lock, Value

       Where:   Value	= Level of the lock to set (0 to 100, shor)

	Type:	Misc

     Returns:	none

     Example:	Lock
		"chest_ashurninibi_01"->Lock, 50

     Scripts:	OvisScript
		Pub_Vivec_Black

Locks the calling object to the given lock value.

See Also: Unlock


Long
		Long

	Type:	System

     Example:	long LocalVar

     Scripts:	

This is one of the three types of the scripting language. Long variables are signed and can range from -2,147,483,648 to 2,147,483,647. While these are the correct logical ranges, the editor appears to only accept values up to 2,147,483,520.

Although local variables can start with an underscore character (_), this seems to cause strange problems in some functions. Therefore it is reccommended that you do not name variables starting with the underscore.

See Also: Float, Short

Includes Contributions from Argent and DinkumThinkum.


loopgroup
		Loopgroup, GroupName, Number, [Flags]

       Where:	GroupName	= Animation group to play.
		Number		= The number of times to play the animation.
		Flags		= Optional parameter indicating when the animation should start.
					0 = Normal, the current animation will finish itís full 
					    cycle, and the new animation will start from its beginning.
					1 = Immediate Start, the current animation will stop 
					    regardless of the frame it is on, and the new 
					    animation will start from its beginning.
					2 = Immediate Loop, the current animation will stop 
					    regardless of the frame it is on, and the new 
					    animation will start at the beginning of its loop cycle.

	Type:	Animation

     Returns:	none

     Example:	LoopGroup, Idle3, 5

     Scripts:	OutsideBanner
		sotha_machine1

Plays the animation group defined by GroupName the number of times specified. Optional flags can be used to start the group in different ways. The various group names for NPCs can be found by viewing the animation menu options in the Character menu in the Construction Set.

See Also: PlayGroup


LowerRank
		LowerRank

	Type:	Faction

     Returns:	none

     Example:	LowerRank
		player->LowerRank
		"tedryn brenur"->LowerRank

     Scripts:	Not Used, only used in dialogue?

Lowers the objectís rank in its current faction.

See Also: RaiseRank, PCLowerRank


MenuMode
		MenuMode

	Type:	Misc

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( MenuMode == 1 )

     Scripts:	anoScript
		AzuraEnd

Returns 1 if the player is currently in menu mode (i.e., has any inventory/magic menus open thus pausing the game). It is a good idea to separate your script logic into processing of commands in and out of menumode. Certain actions like using items are done when in menu mode.

See Also:


menutest
		menutest

	Type:	Console, Undocumented

     Returns:	none

     Example:	

     Scripts:	

It seems to close is variations on inventory menus (player, NPC, container). It does not work on dialogue, enchanting, alchemy, spell or armorer menus. It works from the console as well as from a script.

See Also:

Includes Contributions Argent.


MessageBox
		MessageBox, "Message", [Var1], [Var2, ...], ["button1"], ["button2"], ...

       Where:	Message      = String message to display
		Var1, 2, ... = Optional variables to insert into message
		Button1, ... = Optional button texts for displaying choices

	Type:	Misc

     Returns:	none

     Example:	

     Scripts:	

The MessageBox function has too main abilities, to display simple text messages to the player at the bottom of the screen and to display a list of choices to the player. To display a message use the function like the following:

		MessageBox, "This is a simple message"		; Simple text message
		MessageBox, "GameHour = %.2f", GameHour		; Display a float value with 2 decimal points
		MessageBox, "Long/Short = %G", 101		; Display a short/long value, not %D as in the help file!
		MessageBox, "String = %S", "SomeString"		; Display a string value, kinda useless, might not work
Use the optional variables to display numbers/strings in the message text. When displaying float values you must specify the number of decimals places to use. You can also use the %.0f format to display short/long variables. Although the help file only shows 1 or 2 optional variables, there can be more than 2.

To display a list of choices to the user, use the format:

		MessageBox, "Press ok to continue...", "Ok"		; One choice
		MessageBox, "What is your answer?", "Yes", "No"		; Two choices
		MessageBox, "Choose a number", "1", "2", "3", "4", "5"	; Five choices
There are also a number of special strings which can be used within the MessageBox string. They all begin with the ^ and not the % character as written in the help file:
		^PCName		The player's name.
		^PCClass	The player's class.
		^PCRace		The player's race.
		^PCRank		The player's rank in the speaker's faction.
		^NextPCRank	The player's next rank in the speaker's faction.
		^Cell		The cell the player is currently in.
		^Global		Any global variable value (ex: ^Day). Floats display with 1 decimal. 
		^NPC.Name	The NPC's name.
		^NPC.Race	The NPC's race.
		^NPC.Class	The NPC's class.
		^NPC.Faction	The NPC's faction. If they have no faction, it will be blank.
		^NPC.Rank	The NPC's rank.
	
This is the same format used in dialogue info texts although for dialogue you can omit the NPC. to use the speaker by default (if you omit the NPC. in scripts the player is used by default).

To return the user's choice, use the GetButtonPressed function, for example:

begin TestMessageScript
	short MessageOn
	short Button

			; Display message when the player activates the object
	if ( OnActivate == 1 )
		set MessageOn to 1
	endif

			; Display the choices to the user
	if ( messageOn == 1 )
		MessageBox, "Do you wish to drink from the Bitter Cup or to pick it up?", "Drink", "Pick it up"
		Set messageOn to 2
	endif

	if ( messageOn == 2 )
		set Button to GetButtonPressed

		if ( Button == -1 )	; Nothing
			return;
		endif
		if ( Button == 0 )	; drink it
			Disable
			player->ModStrength, 20
			Set MessageOn to 0
			return
		endif
		if ( Button == 1 )	; pick it up
			Activate
			Set MessageOn to 0
			return
		endif
	endif
end
Use a similar setup for asking the user other choices.

If you pop up a message box with an 'ok' button when a saved game is loaded immediately after running Morrowind, you won't have a mouse pointer to click on the 'ok' button to get rid of the message box. The game also keeps running while the message box is displayed; it doesn't pause as it normally does. You can right-click to get into Menu mode, and then you'll have a mouse pointer to clear the box with. This only happens the first time you load a save after running Morrowind; if you load a save from within the game, you do get a mouse pointer to click the 'ok' button with. So apparently it's some sort of initialization problem.

See Also: GetButtonPressed

Includes Contributions from DinkumThinkum.


ModAcrobatics ModAgility ModAlarm ModAlchemy ModAlteration ModArmorBonus ModArmorer
ModAthletics ModAttackBonus ModAxe ModBlindness ModBlock ModBluntWeapon ModCastPenalty
ModChameleon ModConjuration ModCurrentFatigue ModCurrentHealth ModCurrentMagicka ModDefendBonus ModDestruction
ModDisposition ModEnchant ModEndurance ModFatigue ModFight ModFlee ModFlying
ModHandToHand ModHealth ModHeavyArmor ModHello ModIllusion ModIntelligence ModInvisible
ModLightArmor ModLongBlade ModLuck ModMarksman ModMediumArmor ModMagicka ModMercantile
ModMysticism ModParalysis ModPCCrimeLevel ModPCVisionBonus ModPersonality ModReputation ModResistBlight
ModResistCorprus ModResistDisease ModResistFire ModResistFrost ModResistMagicka ModResistNormalWeapons ModResistParalysis
ModResistPoison ModResistShock ModRestoration ModScale ModSecurity ModShortblade ModSilence
ModSneak ModSpear ModSpeechcraft ModSpeed ModStrength ModSuperJump ModSwimSpeed
ModUnarmored ModWaterBreathing ModWaterLevel ModWaterWalking ModWillpower
		Mod____, Value

       Where:   Value = Value to modify the stat by.  Can be a literal value or a
			variable (float).

	Type:	Stats

     Returns:	none
		
     Example:	player->ModCurrentHealth, -10
		ModSuperJump, LocalVar

     Scripts:	darksunScript
		puzzlecanal

These Mod____ functions will modify the actor's statistic by the given amount. The functions will also accept a float variable instead of a literal number value. There are several special cases of the Mod___ functions as described below.

Note that the ModInvisible was incorrectly spelled as ModInvisibile in the original Morrowind game (fixed in a later patch or Tribunal?).

See Also: Get____, Set____


ModFactionReaction
		ModFactionReaction, FactionID1, FactionID2, Value

       Where:	FactionID1 = FactionID source 
		FactionID2 = FactionID target
		Value	   = Value to modify the faction reaction by.
		
	Type:	Faction

     Returns:	none

     Example:	ModFactionReaction, "Thieves Guild", "Temple", -2
		modFactionReaction, "Redoran", "Nerevarine", 4 

     Scripts:	MoonAndStar

Modifies the reaction of one faction towards members of another faction. Positive value indicate more like, while negative values indicate dislike. For example,

	ModFactionReaction, "Thieves Guild", "Temple", -2
will cause all thieves guild members to increase their dislike of all temple members (it is not reversible so you would have to also set the Temple faction reaction to the Thieves guild).

See Also: GetFactionReaction, SetFactionReaction


ModPCFacRep
		ModPCFacRep, Value, [FactionID]

       Where:	Value     = Value to modify the faction reputation by.
		FactionID = Optional faction ID to modify.

	Type:	Faction

     Returns:	none

     Example:	ModPCFacRep, 10, "Thieves Guild"
		ModPCFacRep, 25, "Temple"
		"tedryn brenur"->ModPCFacRep, -5

     Scripts:	MaduraFollow
		shrineAldDaedroth

Modifies the reaction modifier for members of the specified faction towards the PC.

See Also: GetPCFacRep, SetPCFacRep


ModRegion
		ModRegion, RegionID, Clear, Cloudy, Foggy, Overcast, Rain, Thunder, Ash, Blight, Unknown1, Unknown2

       Where:   RegionID = Region to change the weather in
		Clear    = Chance of clear weather (percent, 0 to 100, float)
		Cloudy   = Chance of cloudy weather (percent, 0 to 100, float)
		Foggy    = Chance of fog (percent, 0 to 100, float) 
		Overcast = Chance of overcast weather (percent, 0 to 100, float)
		Rain     = Chance of rain (percent, 0 to 100, float) 
		Thunder  = Chance of thunder storms (percent, 0 to 100, float)
		Ash      = Chance of ash storms (percent, 0 to 100, float)
		Blight   = Chance of blight storms (percent, 0 to 100, float)
		Unknown1 = Chance of snow (percent, 0 to 100, float) (Bloodmoon)
		Unknown2 = Chance of blizzard (percent, 0 to 100, float) (Bloodmoon)

	Type:	Weather

     Returns:	none

     Example:	ModRegion, "Weather Machine", 0, 100, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0
		ModRegion, "Red Mountain Region", 50, 50, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0

     Scripts:	weatherScript
		Endgame

Changes the weather chances for the RegionID. Used to get rid of, or add weathers to an area permanently. The values must add up to 100 or you will get odd results. Note that the last two weather types are undocumented and currently unknown but assumably are the two new snow/blizzard weather types added with Bloodmoon.

See Also: ChangeWeather


Month
		Month

	Type:	Global, Time

     Returns:	short

     Example:	set CurrentMonth to Month

     Scripts:	

Assumably the current month which ranges from 0 to 11. You can use the SET command to change the current month.

The Month variable ranges from 0-11, where 0 is the first month of the year (Morning Star), 1 is the second month of the year (Sun's Dawn), etc. The game starts in Last Seed, which is month 7 (the eighth month of the year). Morrowind does have a bug where after a year ends, the month is rolled over to 1 (which is the second month of the year). There is a plugin-based fix for it, which you can download off of Morrowind Summit, but of course the best fix is for Bethesda to repair the problem.

See Also: Day, GameHour, Year

Includes Contributions from Spuzzum.


MoveOneToOne (MOTO)
		MoveOneToOne (MOTO)

	Type:	Console

     Returns:	none

     Example:	

     Scripts:	

Unknown console function that appears to have something to do with animation.

See Also:


Move
MoveWorld
		Move,      Axis, Speed
		MoveWorld, Axis, Speed

       Where:	Axis  = X, Y or Z
		Speed = Movement speed in world units per second.

	Type:	Movement

     Returns:	none

     Example:	Move, X, 10
		MoveWorld, Y, 12

     Scripts:	

These functions cause the referenced object to move at the given speed. The Move function uses the object's axes while the MoveWorld always uses the world axes (positive Z is upwards). Note that the exact speed is affected slightly by the speed of the system the game is being played. Thus, where an exact final position is required it is recommended to test for distance rather than time.

See Also:


OnActivate
		OnActivate

	Type:	Object

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( OnActivate == 1 )
			Activate
		endif

     Scripts:	Alen_note
		BarDoor

Returns 1 if calling object is activated, or 0 otherwise. An object is activated when you approach it in the game and press the spacebar (by default).

See Also:


OnDeath
		OnDeath

	Type:	Combat

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( OnDeath == 1 )

     Scripts:	anoScript
		BILL_MT_WritGuril

Returns 1 for one frame when the actor is killed (0 otherwise).

See Also: OnKnockout, OnMurder


OnKnockout
		OnKnockout

	Type:	Combat

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( OnKnockout == 1 )

     Scripts:	girasScript
		gardingScript

Returns 1 for one frame when the actor is knocked out (0 otherwise).

See Also: OnDeath, OnMurder


OnMurder
		OnMurder

	Type:	Combat

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( OnMurder == 1 )

     Scripts:	alvisTeriScript
		RedoranCouncillor

Returns 1 for one frame when the actor is murdered (0 otherwise). Both this and OnDeath will return 1 at the same time, so you can do something like this:

	if ( OnDeath == 1 )
		if ( OnMurder == 1 )
			Set RedoranMurdered to 2
		else
			Set RedoranMurdered to 1
		endif
	endif

See Also: OnDeath, OnKnockout


OnPCAdd
		OnPCAdd

	Type:	Inventory, Variable

     Returns:	short

     Example:	short OnPCAdd
		if ( OnPCAdd == 1 )

     Scripts:	CharGenStatsSheet
		CharGen_ring_keley

Not a function but must be defined as a short variable in order to be used. When defined, it will be set to 1 when the player adds the calling item to their inventory. Should be manually reset if you wish to check for additional item additions.

See Also:


OnPCDrop
		OnPCDrop

	Type:	Inventory, Variable

     Returns:	short

     Example:	short OnPCDrop
		if ( OnPCDrop == 1 )

     Scripts:	Not Used

Not a function but must be defined as a short variable in order to be used. When defined, it will be set to 1 when the player drops the calling item from their inventory. Should be manually reset if you wish to check for additional item drops.

See Also:


OnPCEquip
		OnPCEquip

	Type:	Inventory, Variable

     Returns:	short

     Example:	short OnPCEquip
		if ( OnPCEquip == 1 )
			set OnPCEquip to 0
		endif

     Scripts:	bladeScript
		disguisedArmor

Not a function but must be defined as a short variable in order to be used. When defined, it will be set to 1 when the player equips the item, and remain 1 while the player has it equipped (unless manually reset) and is 0 otherwise.

See Also:


OnPCHitMe
		OnPCHitMe

	Type:	Combat, Variable

     Returns:	short

     Example:	short OnPCHitMe
		if ( OnPCHitMe == 1 )
			StartCombat Player
			Set OnPCHitMe to 0
		endif


     Scripts:	almaScript
		cattleScript

This is not a function but must be defined as a short variable in the script to be used. When the player hits the object, the variable will be set to 1. It must be reset to 0 when testing for it, such as in the above example script.

See Also:


OnPCRepair
		OnPCRepair

	Type:	Inventory, Variable

     Returns:	short

     Example:	short OnPCRepair
		if ( OnPCRepair == 1 )

     Scripts:	Not Used

Not a function but must be defined as a short variable in order to be used. When defined, it will be set to 1 when the player repairs the calling item. Should be manually reset if you wish to check for additional item repairs.

See Also:


OnPCSoulGemUse
		OnPCSoulGemUse

	Type:	Inventory, Variable

     Returns:	short

     Example:	short OnPCSoulGemUse
		if ( OnPCSoulGemUse == 1 )
			Player->additem, "Misc_soulgem_Azura", 1
		endif

     Scripts:	AzuraStarScript

Not a function but must be defined as a short variable in order to be used. When defined, it will be set to 1 when the player uses a soul gem for enchanting or recharging an item. Should be manually reset if you wish to check for additional soul gem uses.

See Also:


OnRepair
		OnRepair

	Type:	Object, Broken

     Returns:	short

     Example:	short OnRepair
		if ( OnRepair == 1 )

     Scripts:	Not Used

Not a function but must be defined as a short variable in order to be used. Returns 1 if calling object has been attempted to be repaired, or 0 otherwise. This function is currently broken and does not work.

See Also: OnPCRepair


OutputObjCounts
OutputRefCounts
OutputRefInfos
		OutputObjCounts
		OutputRefCounts
		OutputRefInfo

	Type:	Console, Undocumented

     Returns:	none

     Example:	

     Scripts:	

Console only commands that output object/reference info. Further testing is required.

See Also:


PayFine
PayFineThief
		PayFine
		PayFineThief (undocumented)

	Type:	Misc

     Returns:	none

     Example:	PayFine

     Scripts:	TGDiscountScript

Pays the player's fine for committing any crimes and resets the game's AI so that guards and NPCs don't hate the player any more. PayFine is used by the game to clear the AI after the player pays a fine to a guard or other law enforced. It removes any stolen merchandise from the player's inventory and puts it into the evidence chests around the island. PayFineThief is similarily used when the player uses the Thieves Guild to remove any bounty on their head but does not remove any stolen items.

See Also:

Includes Contributions from Spuzzum and Tim Martin.


PCClearExpelled
		PCClearExpelled, [FactionID]

       Where:	FactionID = Optional faction to clear the player's expelled flag.

	Type:	Faction

     Returns:	none

     Example:	PCClearExpelled, "Mages Guild"
		PCClearExpelled			(call from a dialogue, uses the actor's faction)

     Scripts:	expelledMG

Clears the player's expelled flag for the given faction. If no faction is specified, the caller's faction is used.

See Also: PCExpell, PCExpelled


PCExpell
		PCExpell, [FactionID]

       Where:	FactionID = Optional faction to expell the player from.

	Type:	Faction

     Returns:	none

     Example:	PCExpell, "Mages Guild"
		PCExpell			(call from a dialogue, uses the actor's faction)

     Scripts:	Not Used (only in dialogue)

Expells the player from the given faction.

See Also: PCClearExpelled, PCExpelled


PCExpelled
		PCExpelled, [FactionID]

       Where:	FactionID = Optional faction to check the player's expelled flag.

	Type:	Faction

     Returns:	none

     Example:	if (PCExpelled, "Mages Guild" == 1)
		if (PCExpelled == 1 )			( uses the caller's faction)

     Scripts:	Not Used (only in dialogue)

Returns 1 if the player is currently expelled from the given faction, or 0 otherwise.

See Also: PCClearExpelled, PCExpell


PCGet3rdPerson
		PCGet3rdPerson

	Type:	Player Controls

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if (PCGet3rdPerson == 1)
		set sValue to PCGet3rdPerson

     Scripts:	Not Used 

Returns 1 if in 3rd person mode, or 0 otherwise.

See Also: PCForce3rdPerson, PCForce1stPerson


PCForce3rdPerson
		PCForce3rdPerson

	Type:	Player Controls

     Returns:	none

     Example:	PCForce3rdPerson

     Scripts:	Not Used 

Queue the change to 3rd person mode (this may have to wait for the current animation to finish).

See Also: PCGet3rdPerson, PCForce1stPerson


PCForce1stPerson
		PCForce1stPerson

	Type:	Player Controls

     Returns:	none

     Example:	PCForce1stPerson

     Scripts:	Not Used 

Queue the change to 1st person mode (this may have to wait for the current animation to finish).

See Also: PCGet3rdPerson, PCGet3rdPerson


PCJoinFaction
		PCJoinFaction, [FactionID]

       Where:	FactionID = Optional faction for the player to join.

	Type:	Faction

     Returns:	none

     Example:	PCJoinFaction, "Mages Guild"
		PCJoinFaction, Nerevarine 
		PCJoinFaction			(uses the caller's faction)

     Scripts:	MoonAndStar

Joins the player to the given (or the caller's) faction.

See Also: PCLowerRank, PCRaiseRank


PCLowerRank
		PCLowerRank, [FactionID]

       Where:	FactionID = Optional faction for the player to join.

	Type:	Faction

     Returns:	none

     Example:	PCLowerRank, "Mages Guild"
		PCLowerRank, Nerevarine 
		PCLowerRank			(uses the caller's faction)

     Scripts:	Not Used

Lowers the player's rank in the given faction.

See Also: LowerRank, PCJoinFaction, PCRaiseRank


PCRace
		PCRace

	Type:	Global

     Returns:	short

     Example:	

     Scripts:	

A global variable that holds a numeric value for the player's race.

	1  = Agonian
	2  = Breton
	3  = Dark Elf
	4  = High Elf
	5  = Imperial
	6  = Khajiit
	7  = Nord
	8  = Orc
	9  = Redguard
	10 =Woodelf
It is unknown what happens for a newly created race.

See Also:


PCRaiseRank
		PCRaiseRank, [FactionID]

       Where:	FactionID = Optional faction for the player to join.

	Type:	Faction

     Returns:	none

     Example:	PCRaiseRank, "Mages Guild"
		PCRaiseRank, Nerevarine 
		PCRaiseRank			(uses the caller's faction)

     Scripts:	sjoringScript

Raises the player's rank in the given faction. If the player is not a member of the faction, the player is joined and their rank set to 1.

See Also: PCJoinFaction, PCLowerRank, RaiseRank


PCSkipEquip
		PCSkipEquip

	Type:	Inventory

     Returns:	none

     Example:	short PCSkipEquip
		set PCSkipEquip to 1
		set PCSkipEquip to 0

     Scripts:	sealedTreasuryOrders
		sealedTreasuryReport

Not a function but must be defined as a short variable in order to be used. When defined, set this to 1 to skip equipping the object, or 0 otherwise. Good for popping up messages for breaking seals on books and such.

See Also:


PCVampire
		PCVampire

	Type:	Global

     Returns:	short

     Example:	

     Scripts:	

A global variable that gives the state of the player's vampire status.

	-1 = Has been cured
	 0 = Not a vampire
	 1 = Currently a vampire

See Also:


PCWerewolf
		PCWerewolf

	Type:	Global, Bloodmoon

     Returns:	short

     Example:	

     Scripts:	

A global variable that gives the state of the player's werewolf status.

	-1 = Has been cured (immune to lycanthropy)
	 0 = Not a Werewolf
	 1 = Currently a Werewolf

See Also:

Includes Contributions from LDones.


PlaceAtMe PlaceAtPC
		PlaceAtMe, ObjectID, Count, Distance, Direction
		PlaceAtPC, ObjectID, Count, Distance, Direction

       Where:	ObjectID  = Object to place into world
		Count	  = Number of the object to add
		Distance  = Distance from the player in game units
		Direction = Initial orientation of the object
				0 = front
				1 = back
				2 = left
				3 = right
			
	Type:	Movement
		PlaceAtMe, Bloodmoon

     Returns:	none

     Example:	PlaceAtPC, "delte fyr", 1, 120, 0		(just in front of player)
		PlaceAtPC, "Dremora_lord", 1, 128, 1		(sneak attack behind player)
		PlaceAtMe, "activator_01", 1, 500, 3

     Scripts:	karrodScript
		BILL_MarksDaedraSummon

Places the object at the player (PlaceAtPC) or another object/activator (PlaceAtMe), in the direction you specify and the distance. If that location is not safe (in the air, in a wall, etc), the object will be placed at one of the other axis or at the playerís exact location (feet). It is used most often to spawn NPCs/creatures near the player/object for a coordinated and timed attack.

See Also: PlaceItem, PlaceItemCell


Position
PositionCell
		Position,     X, Y, Z, ZRot
		PositionCell, X, Y, Z, ZRot, "CellID"

       Where:	X,Y,Z     = Exterior/interior location to move to the object to (float).
		ZRot	  = World Z-axis orientation of the object (degrees, 0=North, 180=South, float) 
		CellID	  = Interior cell name
			
	Type:	Movement

     Returns:	none

     Example:	Player->Position, -1005, 165018, 100	
		"Salyni Nelvayn"->PositionCell, 106, 1241, -105, "Assurdirapal, Shrine"
		PositionCell, 8090, 698, -500, 270, "Vivec, St. Olms Haunted Manor"

     Scripts:	CharGen
		gardingScript

Sets the position of the calling object to the given exterior (Position) or interior (PositionCell) location. If you try to teleport to an unsafe place (clipping with an object or out in the void), you will instead be placed at the next safe location. Some people have noticed bugs using the Position function (NPCs disappearing) and reccommend using the PositionCell function instead, which can be outside if an exterior cell name is given.

Note that the ZRot parameter does not appear to work when PositionCell is used on NPCs. It seems to work fine on the player and other objects though. Also, if you PositionCell something you have never met into your current cell then its local script will not start running (until you leave the area and return anyways).

A common application of this function is to create a teleportation item (though, since variables are not accepted, you can only teleport to set locations), for example:

Begin TestTeleport_Script
	short button
	short messageOn
	short reset
	short OnPcEquip

	if ( OnPCEquip == 0 )
		set reset to 0
	endif

	if ( reset == 1 )
		return
	endif

	if ( OnPCEquip == 1 )
		if ( reset == 0 )
			Set OnPCEquip to 0
			MessageBox "Use the Mazedband to teleport where?" "Vivec" "Mournhold" "Sotha Sil" "Nowhere"
			set messageOn to 1
		endif
	endif

	if ( messageOn == 1 )
		set button to GetButtonPressed

		if ( button >= 0 )
			set messageOn to 0
		endif

			; Vivec
		if ( button == 0 )
			playsound "conjuration hit"
			Player->PositionCell 12, 219, -501, 0 "Vivec, High Fane"
			set reset to 1		

			; Mournhold
		elseif ( button == 1 )
			playsound "conjuration hit"
			Player->PositionCell 0, -478, -645, 0 "Mournhold Temple: High Chapel"
			set reset to 1		

			; Sotha sil
		elseif ( button == 2 )
			playsound "conjuration hit"
			Player->PositionCell 3976, 4179, 12310, 0 "Sotha Sil, Dome of Sotha Sil"
			set reset to 1
			return

			; Nothing
		elseif ( button == 3 )
			set reset to 1
			return

		endif

	endif

End

You should not use either function from dialogue results as it can cause the game to crash. Instead, create a script to peform the teleporting and use a StartScript to start it from the dialogue result.

See Also: PlaceItem, PlaceItemCell

Includes Contributions from Cortex and DinkumThinkum.


PlaceItem
PlaceItemCell
		PlaceItem,     ObjectID,        X, Y, Z, ZRot	
		PlaceItemCell, ObjectID, CelID, X, Y, Z, ZRot
		
       Where:	ObjectID  = Object to place into world
		CelID	  = Cell name where to place the item
		X,Y,Z	  = Exterior/interior location to place the item, can be a literal value
			    as well as float variables.
		ZRot 	  = World Z-axis orientation of the item (in degrees)
			
	Type:	Movement, Tribunal

     Returns:	none

     Example:	PlaceItem, "false_sunder", 10, -5006, 0, 0
		PlaceItemCell, "daedric_god_helm", "Assernerairan, Shrine", NewX, NewY, NewZ, 45

     Scripts:	dulniScript
		projectileMine

New functions added in Tribunal to create new item references into the world. PlaceItem will create a new item in the exterior while PlaceItemCell does the same for an interior cell. With either function, if the target cell for the reference is an exterior cell and the given coordinate is outside of that cell, then the reference will be added to the cell containing the coordinate. This is a nice addition that allows you to add things to the world without previously placing them in the editor.

There seems to be a bug with PlaceItemCell in that items added with the function disappear if you save, exit, and reload. This seems to depend on the order in which things occur. For instance if you add an NPC to the clothier to a cell that the player has never visited the NPC will be there. However, if you save the game after the NPC has been added, reload that save and then visit the cell the NPC will not be there.

See Also: PlaceAtPC

Includes Contributions from DinkumThinkum.

PlayBink
		PlayBink, "Filename", Flag

       Where:	Filename = Movie filename
		Flag 	 = 0 or 1 (1 if you want player to be able to escape movie)

	Type:	Misc

     Returns:	none

     Example:	PlayBink, "mw_cavern.bik", 1

     Scripts:	AzuraEnd
		MoonAndStar

Plays the given BIK movie file.

See Also:

Includes Contributions from DinkumThinkum and Klinn.


PlayGroup
		PlayGroup, GroupName, [Flags]

       Where:	GroupName	= Animation group to play.
		Flags		= Optional parameter indicating when the animation should start.
					0 = Normal, the current animation will finish itís full 
					    cycle, and the new animation will start from its beginning.
					1 = Immediate Start, the current animation will stop 
					    regardless of the frame it is on, and the new 
					    animation will start from its beginning.
					2 = Immediate Loop, the current animation will stop 
					    regardless of the frame it is on, and the new 
					    animation will start at the beginning of its loop cycle.

	Type:	Animation

     Returns:	none

     Example:	PlayGroup, Idle2
		"taren andoren"->PlayGroup, Idle, 0
		"Black Dart Malar"->PlayGroup "Death1"

     Scripts:	AzuraEnd
		rockSlide
		drowned

Plays the animation group defined by GroupName. Optional flags can be used to start the group in different ways. The various group names can be found by viewing the animation menu options in the Character menu in the Construction Set.

See Also: LoopGroup


PlayLoopSound3D
PlayLoopSound3DVP
PlaySound
PlaySoundVP
PlaySound3D
PlaySound3DVP
		PlayLoopSound3D,   "SoundID"
		PlayLoopSound3DVP, "SoundID", Volume, Pitch
		PlaySound, 	   "SoundID"
		PlaySoundVP,       "SoundID", Volume, Pitch
		PlaySound3D,       "SoundID"
		PlaySound3DVP,     "SoundID", Volume, Pitch

       Where:	SoundID = The sound to play
		Volume  = Float value to adjust the volume, 0 is none, 1 is full
		Pitch   = Float value to adjust the pitch

	Type:	Sound

     Returns:	none

     Example:	PlaySound, "Crowd Boo"
		PlayLoopSound3DVP. "Sound Test Loop", 1.0, 1.0

     Scripts:	SoundTest
		GG_OpenGate1

These functions play sound with a variety of options. The PlaySound function will play the sound at full volume, sounding like it comes from directly at the player's location. The 3D functions will cause the sound to be played from the calling object's location in the game (so it will be dimmer the farther the player is away from it). The VP functions allow you to adjust the volume and pitch of the sound, although whenever the functions are used only 1 for both volume and pitch are used. The PlayLoop functions will play the sound continuously until a StopSound function is called.

See Also: StopSound


PurgeTextures (PT)
		PurgeTextures
		PT

	Type:	Console, Undocumented

     Returns:	none

     Example:	

     Scripts:	

Console command that assumably unloads all textures currently being used.

See Also:


RaiseRank
		RaiseRank

	Type:	Faction

     Returns:	none

     Example:	RaiseRank
		player->RaiseRank
		"tedryn brenur"->RaiseRank

     Scripts:	Not Used, only used in dialogue?

Raises the objectís rank in its current faction.

See Also: LowerRank, PCRaiseRank


Random
		Random, Value

       Where:	Value = One more than the maximum random number you want to generate

	Type:	Misc

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( Random, 10 == 5 )		
		set sValue to Random, 100	; Random number between 0 and 99

     Scripts:	Main
		ouch_sunder

Generates a random number between 0 and (Value - 1).

See Also:


RemoveEffects
		RemoveEffects, EffectID

       Where:	EffectID = Magic effect to remove, use the following number values:
			85  = sEffectAbsorbAttribute	20  = sEffectDrainFatigue		77  = sEffectRestoreFatigue
			88  = sEffectAbsorbFatigue	18  = sEffectDrainHealth		75  = sEffectRestoreHealth
			86  = sEffectAbsorbHealth	21  = sEffectDrainSkill			78  = sEffectRestoreSkill
			89  = sEffectAbsorbSkill	19  = sEffectDrainSpellpoints		76  = sEffectRestoreSpellPoints
			87  = sEffectAbsorbSpellPoints	126 = sEffectExtraSpell			42  = sEffectSanctuary
			63  = sEffectAlmsiviIntervention 8  = sEffectFeather			3   = sEffectShield
			47  = sEffectBlind		14  = sEffectFireDamage			15  = sEffectShockDamage
			123 = sEffectBoundBattleAxe	4   = sEffectFireShield			46  = sEffectSilence
			129 = sEffectBoundBoots		117 = sEffectFortifyAttackBonus		11  = sEffectSlowFall
			127 = sEffectBoundCuirass	79  = sEffectFortifyAttribute		58  = sEffectSoultrap
			120 = sEffectBoundDagger	82  = sEffectFortifyFatigue		48  = sEffectSound
			131 = sEffectBoundGloves	80  = sEffectFortifyHealth		67  = sEffectSpellAbsorption
			128 = sEffectBoundHelm		84  = sEffectFortifyMagickaMultiplier	136 = sEffectStuntedMagicka
			125 = sEffectBoundLongbow	83  = sEffectFortifySkill		106 = sEffectSummonAncestralGhost
			121 = sEffectBoundLongsword	81  = sEffectFortifySpellpoints		110 = sEffectSummonBonelord
			122 = sEffectBoundMace		52  = sEffectFrenzyCreature		134 = sEffectSummonCenturionSphere
			130 = sEffectBoundShield	51  = sEffectFrenzyHumanoid		103 = sEffectSummonClannfear
			124 = sEffectBoundSpear		16  = sEffectFrostDamage		104 = sEffectSummonDaedroth
			7   = sEffectBurden		6   = sEffectFrostShield		105 = sEffectSummonDremora
			50  = sEffectCalmCreature	39  = sEffectInvisibility		114 = sEffectSummonFlameAtronach
			49  = sEffectCalmHumanoid	9   = sEffectJump			115 = sEffectSummonFrostAtronach
			40  = sEffectChameleon		10  = sEffectLevitate			113 = sEffectSummonGoldensaint
			44  = sEffectCharm		41  = sEffectLight			109 = sEffectSummonGreaterBonewalker
			118 = sEffectCommandCreatures	5   = sEffectLightningShield		112 = sEffectSummonHunger
			119 = sEffectCommandHumanoids	12  = sEffectLock			108 = sEffectSummonLeastBonewalker
			132 = sEffectCorpus		60  = sEffectMark			102 = sEffectSummonScamp
			70  = sEffectCureBlightDisease	43  = sEffectNightEye			107 = sEffectSummonSkeletalMinion
			69  = sEffectCureCommonDisease	13  = sEffectOpen			116 = sEffectSummonStormAtronach
			71  = sEffectCureCorprusDisease	45  = sEffectParalyze			111 = sEffectSummonWingedTwilight
			73  = sEffectCureParalyzation	27  = sEffectPoison			135 = sEffectSunDamage
			72  = sEffectCurePoison		56  = sEffectRallyCreature		1   = sEffectSwiftSwim
			22  = sEffectDamageAttribute	55  = sEffectRallyHumanoid		59  = sEffectTelekinesis
			25  = sEffectDamageFatigue	61  = sEffectRecall			101 = sEffectTurnUndead
			23  = sEffectDamageHealth	68  = sEffectReflect			133 = sEffectVampirism
			24  = sEffectDamageMagicka	100 = sEffectRemoveCurse		0   = sEffectWaterBreathing
			26  = sEffectDamageSkill	95  = sEffectResistBlightDisease	2   = sEffectWaterWalking
			54  = sEffectDemoralizeCreature	94  = sEffectResistCommonDisease	33  = sEffectWeaknessToBlightDisease
			53  = sEffectDemoralizeHumanoid	96  = sEffectResistCorprusDisease	32  = sEffectWeaknessToCommonDisease
			64  = sEffectDetectAnimal	90  = sEffectResistFire			34  = sEffectWeaknessToCorprusDisease
			65  = sEffectDetectEnchantment	91  = sEffectResistFrost		28  = sEffectWeaknessToFire
			66  = sEffectDetectKey		93  = sEffectResistMagicka		29  = sEffectWeaknessToFrost
			38  = sEffectDisintegrateArmor	98  = sEffectResistNormalWeapons	31  = sEffectWeaknessToMagicka
			37  = sEffectDisintegrateWeapon	99  = sEffectResistParalysis		36  = sEffectWeaknessToNormalWeapons
			57  = sEffectDispel		97  = sEffectResistPoison		35  = sEffectWeaknessToPoison
			62  = sEffectDivineIntervention	92  = sEffectResistShock		30  = sEffectWeaknessToShock
			17  = sEffectDrainAttribute	74  = sEffectRestoreAttribute		
	Type:	Magic

     Returns:	none

     Example:	RemoveEffects, 56
		player->RemoveEffects, 1

     Scripts:	Not Used

Removes all spells currently affecting the calling actor that include the given effect. Note that this is slightly different from the GetEffect function which accepts the sEffect___ ID rather than the numeric value.

See Also: GetEffect, RemoveSpell, RemoveSpellEffects


RemoveItem
		RemoveItem, ObjectID, Count

       Where: 	ObjectID = Object to remove from the calling item's inventory.
		Count	 = Number of the object to remove (short).

	Type:	Object

     Returns:	none

     Example:	Player->RemoveItem, "Daedric_special", 1
		Fargoth->RemoveItem, "ring_keley", 1

     Scripts:	lookoutScript
		MagasScript

Removes the give number of the item from the calling object but does not drop it. There is a potential for crashing the game if you attempt to remove an item within it's own script, i.e.,

begin test_CrashScript
	if (OnActivate == 1)
		MessageBox "The item disappears before your eyes"
		player->RemoveItem, "some_unique_item", 1
	endif
end
If this script was attached to the some_unique_item and the only instance of it was removed from the player's inventory, the game would crash. In order to successfully remove the item you will have to use a global script or from another object. You can successfully remove items that do not exist in the calling object's inventory. The RemoveItem function accepts a short count value which limits the number of items you can remove at a time to 65535 (or possibly 65534).

It appears that if you use RemoveItem from the player, the player's encumberence is modified, whether or not they actually have the object. An interesting way to modify the amount the player can carry, especially in situations where uninstalled mods have caused the player to carry around 'missing items' (i.e., the player's encumberence does not reach 0 when naked). Generally, though, you will not want to modify the player's encumberence so check for the existence of items with the GetItemCount before you remove them.

There is a bug related to this function when adding/removing items from a container causing the container's contents to not be updated the second time items are added/removed. See AddItem for information on this.

Note that this function does accept global variables but only in dialogue results, not scripts.

See Also: AddItem

Includes Contributions from Spuzzum and Argent.


RemoveFromLevCreature
RemoveFromLevItem
		RemoveFromLevCreature, LevCreature, Creature, Level
		RemoveFromLevItem,     LevItem,     Item,     Level

	Where	LevCreature = Levelled creature list ID to modify
		LevItem	    = Levelled item list ID to modify
		Creature    = ActorID to add to levelled creature list
		Item	    = ItemID to add to levelled item list
		Level	    = Minimum level of player to activate the item/creature.

	Type:	Levelled Lists, Tribunal

     Returns:	none

     Example:	RemoveFromLevCreature, "ex_azurascoast_sleep", "ash_ghoul", 25
		RemoveFromLevItem, "l_m_amulets", "amulet of 6th house", 15

     Scripts:	Not Used

Allows the user to modify the levelled item/creature lists while the game is running. The functions will remove the given object/level pair to the levelled list (assuming that it exists in the list).

See Also: AddToLevCreature, AddToLevItem


RemoveSoulgem
		RemoveSoulgem, CreatureID

	Where	CreatureID = Creature whose soulgem we wish to remove

	Type:	Magic

     Returns:	none

     Example:	Player->RemoveSoulGem, "atronach_storm"
		RemoveSoulGem, "golden saint_staada"

     Scripts:	SkinkSoul2
		StrongSoulRemove

Removes one soulgem containing the given creature's soul from the calling actor's inventory. Note that some references incorrectly mention an optional 'Count' argument where you can specify the number of the soulgem to remove (confirmed in script output with Bloodmoon and latest patch).

See Also:


RemoveSpell
		RemoveSpell, SpellID

	Where	SpellID = Spell to remove

	Type:	Magic

     Returns:	none

     Example:	Player->>RemoveSpell, "Vampire Attributes"
		RemoveSpell, stamina
	
     Scripts:	Vampire_Cure_PC
		diseaseAshChancre

Removes the spell from the calling actors known spell list or affecting spells. If the spell is a normal spell, it is removed from the actor's list of known spells. If the spell is a curse/disease it is removed from the list of spells currently affecting the actor.

A bug vaguely related to this function is that if a creature dies with a curse type spell on it, then any other creature of that type you encounter from that point on will also be effected by that curse. To fix this simply call RemoveSpell in an OnDeath clause in a script attached to the creature. The fact that this happens in the first place suggests to me that the spell is added to the creature definition, and not just that particular instance of the creature.

See Also: RemoveEffects, RemoveSpellEffects

Includes Contributions from Argent.


RemoveSpellEffects
		RemoveSpellEffects, SpellID

	Where	SpellID = Spell to remove

	Type:	Magic

     Returns:	none

     Example:	Player->>RemoveSpellEffects, "shock shield"
		RemoveSpellEffects, shield
	
     Scripts:	Not Used

Removes the spell from the calling actors list of affecting spells.

See Also: RemoveEffects, RemoveSpell


RepairedOnMe
		RepairedOnMe, ObjectID

       Where: 	ObjectID = The repair object to check for

	Type:	Object

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( daedric_shield->RepairedOnMe, repair_master_01 == 1 )
		if ( "DarkBrotherhood Boots"->RepairedOnMe, "repair_grandmaster_01" == 1 )

     Scripts:	Not Used

Returns 1 if the calling object is repaired by given object, or 0 otherwise. For example,

	if ( "banhammer_unique"->RepairedOnMe, "repair_journeyman_01" == 1 )
checks against a Banhammer being repaired by a journeyman's hammer. Obviously, the ObjectID should be a valid repair item and the calling item should be a weapon or armor.

See Also:


ResetActors (RA)
		ResetActors
		RA

	Type:	Console, Undocumented

     Returns:	none

     Example:	

     Scripts:	

Console command that moves all actors to their starting positions and sets their AI package to the default.

See Also:

Includes Contributions from Spuzzum.


Resurrect
		Resurrect

	Type:	Stats

     Returns:	none

     Example:	gateway_haunt->Resurrect

     Scripts:	KarrodScript
		ResurrectHaunt

Brings actor back to life. When you do this any changes made to the actor in game (stats, inventory, etc...) will be reset to their original value. I have experienced game crashes when using this function from the console sometimes (not consistent).

See Also:


Return
		Return

	Type:	System

     Returns:	none

     Example:	return

     Scripts:	

Use this to stop processing a script before the end. This is particularily useful for long scripts that may take some time to fully process. For example:

begin TestScript

	if ( MenuMode == 1 )
		return
	endif

	; Do stuff
end

See Also:


Rotate
RotateWorld
		Rotate,      Axis, Angle/sec
		RotateWorld, Axis, Angle/sec

       Where: 	Axis 	  = The world or object axis to rotate about (X, Y, or Z).
		Angle/sec = The rotation speed to rotate the object (degrees per second).

	Type:	Movement

     Returns:	none

     Example:	Rotate, X, 0.5
		"Act_banner_Khuul"->RotateWorld, Z, 1

     Scripts:	float
		BarDoor

Rotates the object along the specified world (RotateWorld) or object (Rotate) axis at the specified number of degrees per second. To be used properly, the function should be called continuously while rotation is desired, for example:

begin test_RotateScript
	short RotatingItem

	if ( OnActivate == 1 )
		if ( RotatingItem == 0 )
			set RotatingItem to 1
		else
			set RotatingItem to 0
		endif
	endif

	if ( RotatingItem == 1 )
		RotateWorld, Z, 0.5
	endif
end
which should start rotating an object up when it is activated and stop when it is activated again.

See Also:


SameFaction
		SameFaction

	Type:	Faction

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( "Shunari Eye-Fly"->SameFaction == 1 )

     Scripts:	Not Used, only used in dialogue

Returns 1 if player is in the faction of the calling NPC, or 0 otherwise.

See Also:


Say
		Say, "Filename", "Text"

       Where:	Filename = WAV Sound file to play
		Text 	 = Text used for dialog captions.

	Type:	Sound

     Returns:	none

     Example:	Say, "Vo\Misc\tr_almgreet1.mp3",	"Many Blessings upon you, my loyal servant."
		"hels_assassin1"->Say, "Vo\Misc\helsass1.wav", "...supposed to be here somewhere..."
	
     Scripts:	almaScript
		barassScript

Makes the subject say the given WAV file, only works on animating objects.

See Also: SayDone


SayDone
		SayDone

	Type:	Sound

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( SayDone == 1 )
		if ( Player->SayDone == 1 )	

     Scripts:	DaedraAzura
		TribEnd

Returns 1 if the object is not saying anything, or 0 otherwise.

See Also: Say


ScriptRunning
		ScriptRunning, ScriptName

       Where:	ScriptName = Name of the script to check

	Type:	Script

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( ScriptRunning, CharGen == 1 )

     Scripts:	Main

Returns 1 if the given script is running as a global script, or 0 otherwise.

See Also: StartScript, StopScript


Set
		Set  to  

       Where:	   = Local, global, or external variable to set
		 = Mathematical expression which can include locals, globals
			       literal numbers, functions and the operators +, -, *, and /.

	Type:	System

     Returns:	none

     Example:	set LocalVar  to ( 3.14159 * Radius * Radius )
		set GlobalVar to ( ( player->GetStrength ) / 10 + 1 )
		set GlobalScript.LocalVar to GlobalVar
		set Object.LocalVar to ( -60 + ( GetPos, X ) / 1024 )

     Scripts:	-

Use set to store a value or expression to a variable. The expression can be a complex mathematical expression including numbers, functions, and variables. When using the set command you should make use of spaces surround all operators and variables. You should also surrounding all functions with brackets (if you do not use brackets some functions will not compile correctly).

Note that you can have multiple functions in the set expression, however they will all apply to the same object reference. For example:

	set LocalVar to ( player->GetPos, X ) + ( player->GetPos, Y )
	set LocalVar to ( player->GetPos, X ) + ( GetPos, Y )		; Same as the previous set
	set LocalVar to ( player->GetPos, X ) + ( aengoth->GetPos, Y )	; Will not work, use two seperate set commands

See Also:


SetAcrobatics SetAgility SetAlarm SetAlchemy SetAlteration SetArmorBonus SetArmorer
SetAthletics SetAttackBonus SetAxe SetBlindness SetBlock SetBluntWeapon SetCastPenalty
SetChameleon SetConjuration SetDefendBonus SetDestruction SetDisposition SetEnchant SetEndurance
SetFatigue SetFight SetFlee SetFlying SetHandToHand SetHealth SetHeavyArmor
SetHello SetIllusion SetIntelligence SetInvisible SetLevel SetLightArmor SetLongBlade
SetLuck SetMarksman SetMediumArmor SetMagicka SetMercantile SetMysticism SetParalysis
SetPCCrimeLevel SetPCVisionBonus SetPersonality SetReputation SetResistBlight SetResistCorprus SetResistDisease
SetResistFire SetResistFrost SetResistMagicka SetResistNormalWeapons SetResistParalysis SetResistPoison SetResistShock
SetRestoration SetScale SetSecurity SetShortblade SetSilence SetSneak SetSpear
SetSpeechcraft SetSpeed SetStrength SetSuperJump SetSwimSpeed SetUnarmored SetWaterBreathing
SetWaterLevel SetWaterWalking SetWillpower
		Set____

       Where:   Value = Value to set the stat by.  Can be a literal value or a
			variable (float).

	Type:	Stats

     Returns:	none
		
     Example:	player->SetFatigue, 0
		SetStrength, LocalVar

     Scripts:	ouch_keening
		puzzlecanal

These Set functions will set the exact value of the statistic. The functions will also accept a float variable instead of a literal numeric value. There are several special cases of the Set___ functions as described below.

Note that the SetInvisible was incorrectly spelled as SetInvisibile in the original Morrowind game (fixed in a later patch or Tribunal?).

See Also: Get____, Mod____

Includes Contributions from Jog.


SetAngle
		SetAngle, Axis, Angle

       Where:	Axis  = World axis to set the object's angle (X, Y, or Z)
		Angle = Angle in degrees to set (float). In Tribunal the function can accept
			variable floats as well as literal values.

	Type:	Movement

     Returns:	none

     Example:	SetAngle, X, 45.0
		"Act_banner_Tel_Vos"->SetAngle, Z, 90
		SetAngle, Y, GetStartingAngle, Y
		SetAngle, Y, fValue			(Tribunal only)

     Scripts:	SignRotate
		Dagoth_doors		

Sets the angle of the object in degrees using the given world axis. In Tribunal the function also accepts float variables in addition to literal values.

See Also:


SetAtStart
		SetAtStart

	Type:	Movement

     Returns:	none

     Example:	SetAtStart
		"ex_gg_portcullis_01"->SetAtStart

     Scripts:	BarDoor
		GG_OpenGate1

This resets the object to the original position and orientation it was given in the editor, before any movement or rotation occurred. Be warned that this function doesn't always seem to do exactly as it should. Objects are not nessecarily reset to its editor defined position.

See Also:

Includes Contributions fron CaveRat.


SetDelete
		SetDelete, Flag

       Where:	Flag = 1 to delete object, 0 to clear

	Type:	Misc, Tribunal

     Returns:	none

     Example:	SetDelete, 1

     Scripts:	trapProjScript
		explosion_pushout

The SetDelete function can be used in combination with Disable to remove an object more completely. SetDelete 1 marks a reference for deletion while SetDelete, 0 clears that flag. If the reference came from the master file, it is still there but knows it shouldnít be so has no art and no scripting. If was created in game, it will actually be deleted.

Use "SetDelete, 1" to mark on object to be deleted/not saved in a save game. Objects that have been put in the world with the editor (or perhaps those already saved in the game) seem to stay in place when it's used on them, until a save/load has happened, and a "SetDelete, 0" could be used on them to undo the effect. Items that are placed however, using PlaceAtPC, or PlaceItem, are immediately deleted from the world.

There are a couple of things that should be done to make this work, as I had some problems with using it crashing the game otherwise. If you use this on an object, give it a bit of time of inactivity before you delete it, and Disable it ahead of time. So you could put something like this in your script near the top, as an example:

if ( deleteobj = 1 ) ;Local variable, set when you want to delete
    if ( deletetimer == 0 )
        Disable
    endif

    if ( deletetimer < 10 )
        set deletetimer to ( deletetimer + 1 )
    endif

    if ( deletetimer == 10 )
        "my_object_01"->SetDelete, 1
    endif

    Return

endif
That way, with the return, it stops the rest of the script if it's up near the top of it (below where you setup the variables though), and disables it, and gives it a bit of time before it's deleted. It may not need 10 frames, but that's not long, and it worked in my scripts It can be quite a useful function in scripting things, as it allows for a script to use PlaceAtPC or PlaceItem scripts or such to create items within the world, at different locations, or different situations, where you may want to delete such items after.

Other useful tips for successfully using SetDelete are:

  1. Always call setDelete from a local script.
  2. Give at least 2 seconds if you've used Cast or ExplodeSpell, otherwise it is perfectly OK to Disable one frame then SetDelete the next.
  3. Never SetDelete if the object is in an inventory.
  4. Always Disable first.

See Also: DontSaveObject

Includes Contributions from Soralis, Dan_Wheeler and Accido.


SetFactionReaction
		SetFactionReaction, FactionID1, FactionID2, Value

       Where:	FactionID1 = FactionID source 
		FactionID2 = FactionID target
		Value	   = Value to modify the faction reaction by.
		
	Type:	Faction

     Returns:	none

     Example:	SetFactionReaction, "Thieves Guild", "Temple", -2
		SetFactionReaction, "Redoran", "Nerevarine", 4 

     Scripts:	MoonAndStar

Defines the reaction of one faction towards members of another faction. Positive value indicate more like, while negative values indicate dislike. For example,

	SetFactionReaction, "Thieves Guild", "Temple", -2
will cause all thieves guild members to dislike all temple members (it is not reversible so you would have to also set the Temple faction reaction to the Thieves guild).

See Also: GetFactionReaction, ModFactionReaction.


SetJournalIndex
		SetJournalIndex, JournalID, Index

       Where:   JournalID	= Journal entry to add or modify.
		Index		= Value to set the journal entry to.

	Type:	Dialogue

     Returns:	none

     Example:	SetJournalIndex, "A2_4_MiloGone", 10		(???)

     Scripts:	Not Used

Sets the Journal to that index. Can move up or down. Not used so I'm not sure what purpose or use this function is. Although it is supposedly included in the original game, it only works in Tribunal or later versions.

SetJournalIndex is primarily useful to set a Journal to an entry without displaying any journal text. This can be used as a form of a quest variable without being forced to actually create a global variable to govern that quest -- for example, to display something to the player, and then set a special flag for that quest you can set the index to 46, and then check to see if the dialogue entry is 46 instead of 45 to have the NPC do something different when reacting to the player. Essentially, it's a way of tracking the player's shenanigans without tipping off the player with a journal entry.

You can set the journal index to values where a journal index doesn't actually exist, as well. Whether or not you can use SetJournalIndex to repeatedly display the same journal entry over and over, I haven't tried.

See Also: Journal

Includes Contributions from Spuzzum and Melian.


SetPCFacRep
		SetPCFacRep, Value, [FactionID]

       Where:	Value     = Value to set the faction reputation to.
		FactionID = Optional faction ID to modify.

	Type:	Faction

     Returns:	none

     Example:	SetPCFacRep, 10, "Thieves Guild"
		SetPCFacRep, 25, "Temple"
		"tedryn brenur"->ModPCFacRep, 5

     Scripts:	Not Used

Defines the reaction modifier for members of the specified faction towards the PC.

See Also: GetPCFacRep, ModPCFacRep


SetPos
		SetPos, Axis, Position

       Where:	Axis     = World axis to set the object's position (X, Y, or Z)
		Position = Position in game units to set (float). In Tribunal the function can accept
			   variable floats as well as literal values.

	Type:	Movement

     Returns:	none

     Example:	SetPos, X, 45.0
		"Act_banner_Tel_Vos"->SetPos, Z, -1002.0
		SetPos, Y, GetStartingPos, Y
		SetPos, Y, fValue			(Tribunal only)

     Scripts:	shrineGnisisSecret
		PlagueRock1

Sets the position of the object in game units (70 units per meter) using the given world axis. In Tribunal the function also accepts local float variables in addition to literal values (does not accept globals). This function does modify the player's position. Unfortunately there are problems when you use SetPos to change the current cell. The cell's contents are not always loaded correctly. In this case you may need to use the COE (CenterOnExterior) function to change the current cell and then the SetPos to modify the player's position. An easier method is to use a FixMe function call after the player's position has changed.

A related problem is in exteriors the function will only work in the currently loaded area (the current cell plus 2-3 cells around the current cell). It can't be used to move something to an arbitrary exterior cell.

See Also: GetPos

Includes Contributions from Srikandi, and AfterShock_81.


SetWerewolfAcrobatics
		SetWerewolfAcrobatics, Value

       Where:	Value    = New acrobatics skill value/bonus

	Type:	Statistic

     Returns:	none

     Example:	

     Scripts:	

Sets the acrobatics skill value/bonus when the player is in Werewolf form (unconfirmed).

See Also:


Short
		Short

	Type:	System

     Example:	short LocalVar

     Scripts:	

This is one of the three types of the scripting language. Short variables are signed and can range from -32,768 to 32,767.

Although local variables can start with an underscore character (_), this seems to cause strange problems in some functions. Therefore it is reccommended that you do not name variables starting with the underscore.

See Also: Float, Long

Includes Contributions from DinkumThinkum.


Show
		Show

	Type:	Console

     Example:	

     Scripts:	

Unknown console command (similar to ShowVars?). If you use this in a script it will prevent the script from being compiled (you'll get no errors in the editor but the compiled script data is not saved to the plugin).

See Also:


ShowAnim (SA)
		ShowAnim
		SA

	Type:	Console, Undocumented

     Example:	

     Scripts:	

Unknown console command.

See Also:


ShowGroup (SG)
		ShowGroup
		SG

	Type:	Console

     Example:	

     Scripts:	

Unknown console command.

See Also:


ShowMap
		ShowMap, CellID

       Where:	CellID = Partial or complete cell name to show on world map

	Type:	Misc

     Returns:	none

     Example:	ShowMap "Gnisis"
		ShowMap "Vivec"

     Scripts:	BookPilgrimsPath

Shows the given cell name on the world map. Will match complete or partial cells, so ShowMap, "Vivec" will show cells Vivec and Vivec, Fred's House as well.

See Also:


ShowRestMenu
		ShowRestMenu

	Type:	Console

     Returns:	none

     Example:	ShowRestMenu

     Scripts:	BedStandard
		CharGenBed

Displays the standard rest/sleep menu allowing the player to choose the amount of time they wish to rest.

See Also:


ShowSceneGraph (SSG)
		ShowSceneGraph
		SSG

	Type:	Console

     Example:	

     Scripts:	n/a

When you use this command the game will freeze for a short time (30 seconds or so). When the command is finished it will actually create a new Window on the desktop with all the game renderer's information (use Alt-Tab or Alt-Esc to temporarily exit the game and view the other window). The information is displayed via a tree control and those familiar with hacking NIF files may recognize some of the information. The world objects can be found under the World Scene Graph--WorldRoot--WorldObjectRoot and then under the currently loaded cells. You can view the various rendering information under each object. This probably won't be much use to most people but only those performing low-level hacking/editting of Morrowind or it's data files (such as NIF files).

See Also:


ShowTargets (ST)
		ShowTargets
		ST

	Type:	Console

     Example:	

     Scripts:	

Console command that shows the selected actor's target group members.

See Also:


ShowVars (SV)
		ShowVars
		SV

	Type:	Console

     Example:	

     Scripts:	

Console command that lists all the global and/or local variables. If no object is currently selected in the console (shown by the console title) SV will list all global variables and values. If an object is selected SV will list all the object's script variables and values (if it has any). This console command is invaluable for debugging purposes.

See Also:


SkipAnim
		SkipAnim

	Type:	Animation

     Returns:	none

     Example:	SkipAnim
		"taren andoren"->SkipAnim

     Scripts:	Not Used

Causes the current animation to not be played for this frame. One of the useful things to do with this is to create armor dummies for displaying armour and clothing. Simply create a new NPC, set its health to 0, and attach to it a script like the following:

	begin test_dummy
		SkipAnim;	
	end
When you insert the NPC into the game it will die (since it has no hitpoints) but it will not 'fall over' since all its animations are disabled. You can then access its inventory (since its dead) and any armour that you place in the dead body will be automatically equipped. Unfortunately it appears that weapons are not automatically equipped in the same manner.

See Also: LoopGroup, PlayGroup


StartCombat
		StartCombat, ActorID

       Where:   ActorID = The actor with which to start combat with.

	Type:	Combat

     Returns:	none

     Example:	"drals indobar"->StartCombat Player
		StartCombat Player
	
     Scripts:	almaScript
		avSlaveHunter

The calling NPC will start combat with the given ActorID. Should only be called once (not continuously) or you may experience unintended results (such as the NPC not attacking at all). Once combat is started, the NPC is subject to the usual AI rules (such as fleeing).

See Also: StopCombat


StartScript
		StartScript, ScriptName

       Where:	ScriptName = Name of the script to start

	Type:	Script

     Returns:	none

     Example:	StartScript, CharGen

     Scripts:	Main
		MoonAndStar

This function starts a script running as a global script. It is not attached to any object, so functions like moving, rotating, checking distances and such have no bearing in a global script (which means you must specify object IDs explicity). Note this isn't exactly true as if you start a global script it will use the calling script object by default (i.e., if you started a global script from within the NPC Bob's script, the global script would use Bob as the default object). Global scripts are good for running complex quests, checking variables, or setting timers. Each global script is run every frame so take care not to run too many at one or the game's speed will be reduced.

You can target a global script using either ObjectID->StartScript, or calling StartScript from the dialogue results box. While both are true, they don't quite work as expected when used together. From the results box, ObjectID->StartScript seems to attach the script to the NPC calling the dialogue and not the referenced object. When you use a targetted global script any function call in the script will use the target object (you don't need to explicitly specify the object unless you need/want to).

See Also: ScriptRunning, StopScript

Includes Contributions from Argent.


StayOutside
		StayOutside

	Type:	Undocuments, Variable, Bloodmoon

     Example:	short StayOutside
		set StayOutside to 1

     Scripts:	Not Used

When used in script, it causes whoever it's assigned to to automatically remain (and wait) outside of any interior the player may enter (automatically rejoins upon return).

See Also:

Includes Contributions from Grumpy.


StopCellTest (SCT)
		StopCellTest
		SCT

	Type:	Console

     Example:	

     Scripts:	

Assumably this console command stops a cell test previously started by the TestCells console command.

See Also: TestCells.


StopCombat
		StopCombat

	Type:	Combat

     Returns:	none

     Example:	"Drores Arvel"->StopCombat
		StopCombat
	
     Scripts:	cattleScript
		fightStopOrdinators

The calling actor will stop attacking (whether or not they actually are currently attacking anything). Note that using this function can result in NPCs not to defend themselves or attack at all.

See Also: StartCombat


StopScript
		StopScript, ScriptName

       Where:	ScriptName = Name of the script to stop

	Type:	Script

     Returns:	none

     Example:	StopScript, CharGen

     Scripts:	CharGen
		EndGame

This stops a currently running global script started previously with StartScript. Using StopScript resets any local variables used by that script. A StopScript will not immediately terminate the script when it is called. Instead, the script continues executing to the End statement, and then terminates. Use the Return command to immediately stop a script for the current frame if desired.

If a Tribunal Start Script is terminated with StopScript, it will start up again the next time the game is loaded.

See Also: ScriptRunning, StartScript

Includes Contributions from DinkumThinkum.


StopSound
		StopSound, SoundID

       Where:	SoundID = The sound to stop playing

	Type:	Sound

     Returns:	none

     Example:	StopSound "Sound Test Loop" 

     Scripts:	SoundTest
		PlagueRock1
		

Stops the given sound if it is playing and previously starting with PlayLoopSound.

See Also: PlayLoopSound


StreamMusic
		StreamMusic, "Filename"

       Where:	Filename = Name of the music file to play

	Type:	Sound

     Returns:	none

     Example:	StreamMusic, "conantheme.mp3"

     Scripts:	GnisisWarpDoor
		GnisisEggmineDoor

Plays the given music file.

See Also:


TestCells
TestInteriorCells
TestModels (T3D)
TestThreadCells
		TestCells
		TestInteriorCells
		TestModels (T3D)
		TestThreadCells (undocumented)

	Type:	Console

     Example:	

     Scripts:	

Assumably this console command tests various objects/locations in the game in some manner.

See Also: StopCellTest.


ToggleAI (TAI) ToggleBorders (TB) ToggleCollision (TCL) ToggleCollisionBoxes (TCB)
ToggleCollisionGrid (TCG) ToggleCombatStats (TCS) ToggleDebugText (TDT) ToggleDialogueStats (TDS)
ToggleFogOfWar (TFOW) ToggleFullHelp (TFH) ToggleGodMode (TGM) ToggleGrid (TG)
ToggleKillStats (TKS) ToggleLights (TL) ToggleLoadFade (TLF) ToggleMagicStats (TMS)
ToggleMenus (TM) TogglePathGrid (TPG) ToggleScriptOutput (TSO) ToggleScripts
ToggleSky (TS) ToggleStats (TST) ToggleTextureString (TTS) ToggleVanityMode (TVM)
ToggleWater (TWA) ToggleWireFrame (TWF) ToggleWorld (TW)
		ToggleAI (TAI)
		ToggleBorders (TB)
		ToggleCollision (TCL)
		ToggleCollisionBoxes (TCB)
		ToggleCollisionGrid (TCG)
		ToggleCombatStats (TCS)
		ToggleDebugText (TDT)
		ToggleDialogueStats (TDS)
		ToggleFogOfWar (TFOW)
		ToggleFullHelp (TFH)
		ToggleGodMode (TGM)
		ToggleGrid (TG)
		ToggleKillStats (TKS)
		ToggleLights (TL)
		ToggleLoadFade (TLF)
		ToggleMagicStats (TMS)
		ToggleMenus (TM)
		TogglePathGrid (TPG)
		ToggleScriptOutput (TSO)
		ToggleScripts
		ToggleSky (TS)
		ToggleStats (TST)
		ToggleTextureString (TTS)
		ToggleVanityMode (TVM)
		ToggleWater (TWA)
		ToggleWireFrame (TWF)
		ToggleWorld (TW)


	Type:	Console

     Example:	

     Scripts:	

These console commands enable/disable various modes or statistics within the game (use once to enable and again to disable). Their descriptions are as follows:

See Also:


TurnMoonRed TurnMoonWhite
		TurnMoonRed
		TurnMoonWhite

	Type:	Weather, Bloodmoon

     Returns:	none

     Example:	TurnMoonRed
		TurnMoonWhite

     Scripts:	

Turns the moon(s) the given color for special Werewolf effects (unconfirmed).

See Also:


UndoWerewolf
		UndoWerewolf

	Type:	Werewolf, Bloodmoon

     Returns:	none

     Example:	

     Scripts:	

Will undo the werewolf change brought on by the BecomeWerewolf function. However, the NPC/creature will essentially be naked after the switch. They have to be told to re-equip (weapons are usually re-equipped if it occurs in combat).

Using Becomewerewolf and Undowerewolf can break your game. Some quests and variables depend solely on on use of these, so if you use one to toy around.... you may be asking for it.

See Also: BecomeWerewolf, PCWerewolf, IsWerewolf

Includes Contributions from LDones.


Unlock
		Unlock

	Type:	Misc

     Returns:	none

     Example:	Unlock
		"chest_ashurninibi_01"->Unlock

     Scripts:	GavisScript
		Pub_Ghost_Dusk

Unlocks the calling object.

See Also: Lock


UsedOnMe
		UsedOnMe, ObjectID

       Where:	ObjectID = Object to test for use

	Type:	Object, Broken

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( UsedOnMe, Misc_pot_redware_01 == 1 )
	
     Scripts:	UsedOnMe	(commented out saying it was crashing)

Returns 1 if the given ObjectID is used on the calling object, or 0 otherwise. It appears that this function is currently broken. UsedOnMe is probably commented out because there's no way for an object to be used on another in the Morrowind engine. I suspect that it was early alpha stuff.

See Also:

Includes Contributions from Spuzzum.


WakeUpPC
		WakeUpPC

	Type:	Player Sleeping

     Returns:	none

     Example:	WakeUpPC
	
     Scripts:	Sleepers
		VampireCheck

Wakes up the PC if they are sleeping. Use it to wake up the PC to notify them of some timed event.

See Also:


Xbox
		Xbox

	Type:	Misc

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( Xbox == 1 )
	
     Scripts:	CharGenBed
		CharGenDagger

Returns 1 if the game is being played on the XBox, or 0 otherwise.

See Also:


Year
		Year

	Type:	Time, Global

     Returns:	short

     Example:	if ( Year == 427 )
		set sValue to ( OrigYear + Year )

     Scripts:	

Global short variable which returns the current year in the game. The game starts in the year 427 (of the 3rd era of Tamriel, or 3E 427).

See Also: Day, GameHour, Month


Includes Contributions from the TES Construction Set Help Files, Tim Martin, FreshFish (MW Forums), Spuzzum, Soralis (MW Forums), Accido, GhanBuriGhan (MW Forums) and MW Scripting for Dummies


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