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    Default Could not find your target creature.

    Can anyone figure out how to avoid the bold line? See below...


    You skinned the treekin druid, yielding a mossy beard.
    >You search the treekin druid.
    It had 585 silvers on it.
    It had a pink sapphire on it!
    Interesting, it carried a crystal amulet on it.
    It had nothing else of value.
    A treekin druid decays into compost.
    You gather the remaining 585 coins.
    >skin target left
    loot
    Could not find your target creature.
    >You search the treekin warrior.
    It carried an iron-bound tanik trunk on it!
    It didn't carry any silver.
    It had nothing else of value.
    A treekin warrior decays into compost.
    I accepted free spells during an "automated third party promotion" from "the responsible party," but I only did it once, and I didn't hunt until after they wore off

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    Quote Originally Posted by gilchristr View Post
    Can anyone figure out how to avoid the bold line? See below...


    You skinned the treekin druid, yielding a mossy beard.
    >You search the treekin druid.
    It had 585 silvers on it.
    It had a pink sapphire on it!
    Interesting, it carried a crystal amulet on it.
    It had nothing else of value.
    A treekin druid decays into compost.
    You gather the remaining 585 coins.
    >skin target left
    loot
    Could not find your target creature.
    >You search the treekin warrior.
    It carried an iron-bound tanik trunk on it!
    It didn't carry any silver.
    It had nothing else of value.
    A treekin warrior decays into compost.
    Did you have the treekin warrior targeted? According to the SKIN verb that's what the TARGET command will attempt to skin.

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    I was hunting with avignon, we will both killing them and I was skinning.

    What do I gotta type so this doesnt happen, I missed tons of skins from it. I was using "skin target left/r loot/r"
    Last edited by gilchristr; 09-26-2021 at 08:12 PM.
    I accepted free spells during an "automated third party promotion" from "the responsible party," but I only did it once, and I didn't hunt until after they wore off

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    I think you have to use the critter's name.

    So like "skin warrior left"

    If you have Lich you could run this as a script which should skin and loot every dead critter in the room.

    Code:
    GameObj.npcs.each{ |i|
    	if i.status =~ /dead/
    		fput "skin ##{i.id} left"
    		fput "loot ##{i.id}"
    	end
    }

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    OK can you make this simple for me, if I run that script, what would trigger skinning? What would I enter to run it?
    I accepted free spells during an "automated third party promotion" from "the responsible party," but I only did it once, and I didn't hunt until after they wore off

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    Quote Originally Posted by gilchristr View Post
    OK can you make this simple for me, if I run that script, what would trigger skinning? What would I enter to run it?
    You can create a script and place it in your scripts folder in your Lich folder. You can just open up notepad and copy and paste the above and save the file with whatever name you want and end it with .LIC

    So lets say you named the file “skin” you can run it in game by just doing ;skin

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    Thank you dreaven!
    I accepted free spells during an "automated third party promotion" from "the responsible party," but I only did it once, and I didn't hunt until after they wore off

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