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Spawn Info Edit

  • Spawn Time - Timer for respawn on the mob. Mobs can respawn at a fixed time; at different periods of the day; randomly within a certain time frame or a mixture of day period and randomness.
  • Spawn Trigger - Some mobs only spawn once a particular mob has been killed or a particular action taken. This is particularly true for certain named mobs and boss encounters.
  • Spawn point locations are given as x,y,z coordinates.
  • Direction Facing - Cardinal direction that the mob faces when it spawns into the world.


Stats Value
Mob Name
Zone Name
Spawn Time Daytime: within 2 hours
Nighttime: within 2 hours
Spawn Trigger Death of Mob 2
X Coordinate 1151.32
Y Coordinate 1415.72
Z Coordinate 65.22
Direction Facing 90

Pathing Edit

  • Roaming Range - Max Range in world units from spawn point location that roaming mobs can reach before stopping
  • Linked Mob ID - ID of linked static or roaming mobs to other mobs. Mobs with the same ID will be pulled if any of the other similar id mobs are pulled or gain aggression on an enemy
  • Patrol Group ID - ID of mobs belonging to a particular patrol. Mobs with the same id will patrol together and will become aggressive towards enemy targets if any member of the patrol becomes attacked or aggressive against an enemy.
  • Scout ID - ID of scouting mobs. Scouting mobs will patrol a certain area and will return to their original spawn point if attacked or if they spot an enemy target. Upon doing so, they will then call all linked mobs to assist them with killing the enemy.
  • Scout Linked Mob ID - Certain mobs are given the ID of a scout mob associated with that group. If a scout mob spots an enemy, it will go to mobs that share its ID and will call them to become aggressive on the spotted enemies.


  • Chase Range - Maximum distance that a mob will chase an enemy target from its current location if it becomes aggressive and if it has not been further attacked by the enemy.
  • Tether Range - Maximum distance that a mob will chase enemy targets from its spawn point. (ex. dragon spawn)
  • Patrol Route - This is a presentation of the route that a mob patrol takes within the area when its scouting or as a regular patrol. The pathing node points (x,y,z coordinates) are listed for each point that the mob has to circuit through to complete each patrol cycle.
Stats Value
Type Static, Patrol, Scout, Linked, Roaming
Roaming Range example: 1500
Linked Mob ID example: Hib-Linked-A1
Patrol Group ID example:Hib-Patrol-A1
Scout ID example: Hib-Scout-A1
Scout Linked Mob ID example: Hib-ScoutLinked-A1
Chase Range example: 10000 / indefinite
Tether Range example: 10000 / indefinite
Patrol Route Patrol Points

Stats Edit

Stats Value
Level Range


Hitpoints


Primary Attack Type Thrust / Slash / Crush
Secondary Attack Type Thrust / Slash / Crush
Secondary Attack Chance example: 20%
Base Melee To-hit Chance Modifier
Base Melee Defense Modifier
Spell Damage Absorption
Melee Damage Absorption
Body Type


Spell Damage Neutrality
Spell Damage Vulnerability
Spell Damage Resistance
Melee Damage Neutrality
Melee Damage Vulnerability
Melee Damage Resistance
Gender He/She/It

Faction Status Edit

Value
Default Aggression Status Neutral / Hostile / Aggressive
Aggression Radius
Faction
Faction Allies
Faction Enemies


Brings a Friend Radius


Assist Faction Ally Radius
Attack Faction Enemy Radius
Call for Help Radius
Call for Help Threshold

Equipment Edit

Mob Level Item Attack Speed DPS Damage Cap
Weapon Name 1


Abilities Edit

Ability Name Ability Type (Style/Spell) Cast Speed Style Growth Rate Spell Damage Type Spell Value Spell Effect Spell Range Special Notes
Ability Name 1

A.I Routine Edit

Description of the behavior of the A.I used for this mob.


Triggered Events Edit

Events that trigger a particular behavior in an npc or mob.


  • Trigger Event ID - The ID given for the particular action. This is used to put the trigger actions in the event in chronological order.
  • Trigger Action - this is the action taken that is necessary to initiate the event
  • Event Triggered - This is the result of what happens when the trigger action occurs


Trigger Event ID Event Triggered Trigger Action
MobName-TE1 Uses Ability 1 Mob Reaches 50% HP

Triggered Messages Edit

Messages that appear as players fight a mob or as part of triggered actions that the mob or npc performs. This includes notifications given to players and any statement that the mob makes during combat or messages given to the player by an NPC or mob upon interacting with it.


  • Message - Statement from the mob or a system message sent when a trigger action is set off for that particular encounter
  • Trigger Event ID - The ID given for the particular action. This is used to put the trigger actions in the event in chronological order.
  • Trigger Action - this is the action taken that is necessary to initiate the event
Trigger Event ID Message Type Trigger Action Message
MobName-TM1 System, Mob/Npc Chat, Dialogue Interaction Window Attack Mob I will destroy you all for this outrage!

References: Edit

Look below to find links to sources of (mythic server) information collected.

Source Context Source Location
(Short Description of source content) [Source 1 URL]

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