AIGR values in stock playbooks, generated, and merged

t80brown
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AIGR values in stock playbooks, generated, and merged

Postby t80brown » Mon May 21, 2018 8:37 am

I am doing - or trying to at least - some custom defensive playbook. One part to make the in-game experience better are the AIGR-values, the values controlling at which situation, a play is called by the AI.

Going through the difference sources, I have found the following:

1) Stock playbooks, extracted for the DB_TEMPLATES.dat have several values, like 2-6.

2) Playbooks built through the "Create-a-playbook" feature in game has only 1.

3) Plays merged *into* a playbook via BigJ's playbook merger vers. 2.0.0.1. has none, aka they loose them all.

My question is:

Does any hardcore playbook creators have tips and trick to preserving the AIGR-values, from stock to create-a-playbook to the end product after the usage of the Playbook Merger? Or is it a hard/manual work at the end? Setting up the AIGR-values, when your playbook is done?

A quick note: I am back to playing and creating in Madden 08, thanks to Calhoupes scripts, fixing the Microsoft "update" bugs. Thanks :D

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Re: AIGR values in stock playbooks, generated, and merged

Postby jose21crisis » Wed May 23, 2018 2:23 pm

You have to input your own AIGR tags on any merged playbook. What I usually do on my offensive playbooks is open the playbook in the Playbook Editor, check which Tags it had, and input them on the new playbook's plays.
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Re: AIGR values in stock playbooks, generated, and merged

Postby t80brown » Sat Jun 02, 2018 5:47 am

So no automatics, all hard manual work :D

Thanks for the answer. I just wanted to make sure, I had not ship some obvious step in playbook creation.


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