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Thread: What Lich Scripts Do You Regularly Use?

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    ;scroll will search all your containers for scrolls, read them, and then allow you to cast them using ";scroll [spell number]". Handy if you have a bunch of them tucked away.
    ;herbheal will use useherbs to heal down your wounds, but will also go to the bank and then to the herbalist when you don't have the right herb for your current wound.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Allereli View Post
    i'm not sure but things are usually updated for a reason. voodoo2 already existed when i started using lich
    Voodoo last update: 1-11-2013
    Voodoo2 last update: 7-8-2010

    I use Voodoo. I think we should recommend the one that appears to be supported more.

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    useimbed and chargeimbed are scripts for keeping track of the number of charges an imbed has. You set up your imbeds with useimbed. Tell it the spell number, how many charges it currently has, what the activator is, if it has to be worn, and if it should use the last charge. Then you activate the imbed with the script and the spell number and it uses the imbed and displays how many charges are left. I mostly created it so my rechargable gems don't crumble, but it's also useful with things like oak wands (if you dye them to make the description unique so the script can track it). When it's time to recharge them, do ;useimbed list to see what needs to be charged, and have chargeimbed running and it'll update the charge count and tell you what it is with each orb rub.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DrZaius View Post
    ;herbheal will use useherbs to heal down your wounds, but will also go to the bank and then to the herbalist when you don't have the right herb for your current wound.
    useherbs will also do that, if you do ;useherbs buy=on
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whirlin View Post
    I use alchemy a lot, because I hate my life.
    I use ;alchemy just for ;alchemy jar. Now if it only had an option that would pick out the exact gem so I didn't have to read....

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrZaius View Post
    Voodoo last update: 1-11-2013
    Voodoo2 last update: 7-8-2010

    I use Voodoo. I think we should recommend the one that appears to be supported more.
    I honestly don't keep track of that stuff, so thanks, I wasn't aware. I just assume the one with the bigger number in the script name is the newer one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Allereli View Post
    I honestly don't keep track of that stuff, so thanks, I wasn't aware. I just assume the one with the bigger number in the script name is the newer one.
    It's confusing. People "update" scripts, but then the original authors update their first script (since it's the one people will see first), so it's unclear which script has been worked on more recently.

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    randomtone... now that's a script!
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