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domino
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Posted at: 2022-10-23, 18:03

hello,

thank you for the game, reliving some nice s2 memories face-smile.png

I just installed v1.1 and would like to play the new campaign scenarios. however i don't have my old savegames. is there a cheat to skip missions? Or perhaps a downloadable savegame with all campaign missions completed?

Kind regards


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Nordfriese
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Posted at: 2022-10-23, 18:24

Hi domino and welcome to the forum face-smile.png

You can skip missions by going to your Widelands home directory and editing the file save/campaigns.conf. Set all entries to true to mark the scenarios as solved. It should look something like this:

# Automatically created by Widelands 1.1 Release

[scenarios]
bar01.wmf="true"
bar02.wmf="true"
atl01.wmf="true"
atl02.wmf="true"
emp01.wmf="true"
emp02.wmf="true"
emp03.wmf="true"
emp04.wmf="true"
fri01.wmf="true"
fri02.wmf="true"
fri03.wmf="true"
fri04.wmf="true"

Note that the Frisian campaigns carry data over from one mission to the next and they will penalize you for skipping scenarios.


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domino
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Posted at: 2022-10-25, 12:24

Thank you.


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domino
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Posted at: 2022-10-27, 19:15

I'm getting my ass whooped on newest Frisean scenario #4.

Could someone attach a nearly completed savegame of scenario 3 (Friends in Need)?

Replaying the last one is out of the question. Especially since it also relies on previous mission to carry over iron/weapons.


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Nordfriese
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Posted at: 2022-10-28, 22:18

Cheating? face-wink.png

Locate the file <Widelands home directory>/campaigns/frisians/fri03.wcd and edit it. Here's my own most recent result which gives you an army that can mop up the enemy reasonably easily:

[data]
_0_0="83"
_0_1="2"
_0_2="54"
_1="300"

[keys]
_0="soldiers"
_1="payment"
_0_0="262"
_0_1="131"
_0_2="000"

[type]
_0="table"
_1="number"
_0_0="number"
_0_1="number"
_0_2="number"

[size]
="2"
_0="3"

After editing, start a new fri04 game.

You can experiment with the values to make it easier or harder. The _0_x entries in the keys section are soldier levels (e.g. 262 means health 2 attack 6 defense 2) and the corresponding entries in the data section are how many soldiers of that level you have.
The _1 key tells how much metal the imperial legate got from you.


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xorx
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Posted at: Yesterday 23:30

Very useful! I wanted also to play the scenarios but I have not any savegame. I might use this!


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