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davidtrinh

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Alright, LawsonThompson is inspiring me to do more things. Thanks! Especially for those who's getting into mission scripting. In my community, we are running Artemis mission scripting classes and we've created a series of videos each week to help. Since there are a ton of people who are taking the course, we needed some kind of 'video' to keep us on track.

I plan to post all the videos in this thread instead of hijacking the Y-axis one. Currently we are discussing distance units etc., a topic that can probably be debated for a long time.

Here's the youtube video for those who are just getting into writing mission scripting and need a bump in a direction.

planedonut

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Haha, Y-axis thread creator here, and I'll very likely be taking a look at these vids. At my university, our psychology department uses Artemis to study team-learning by having students come in and play a custom mission script they have. I am a CS student and heard that the department was looking for someone to do an independent study to change some things up in their script and I was lucky to have a friend recommend me so I got the job for next semester!

I already have a pretty good grasp on the scripting but I'll be trying to gain as much knowledge as I can in the next few months so just wanted to say I appreciate the guides!

edit: meant to mention this before submitting but in case anyone comes here looking for info; this is pretty much a gold-mine of information: http://artemiswiki.pbworks.com/w/page/39352315/FrontPage
davidtrinh

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Haha, Y-axis thread creator here, and I'll very likely be taking a look at these vids. At my university, our psychology department uses Artemis to study team-learning by having students come in and play a custom mission script they have. I am a CS student and heard that the department was looking for someone to do an independent study to change some things up in their script and I was lucky to have a friend recommend me so I got the job for next semester!

I already have a pretty good grasp on the scripting but I'll be trying to gain as much knowledge as I can in the next few months so just wanted to say I appreciate the guides!

edit: meant to mention this before submitting but in case anyone comes here looking for info; this is pretty much a gold-mine of information: http://artemiswiki.pbworks.com/w/page/39352315/FrontPage



Yes, I've used that link to try to under the history and lore of USFP etc.

Last year, I built a mission script engine that generates maps, flora and fauna to crews to try out. I call it nginecho! Take a look and try it out if you're interested in seeing how an API can generate mission scripts on their own.

https://artemis.forumchitchat.com/post/code-name-nginecho-9740789
davidtrinh

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Here is the next installation in this series of mission scripting! I hope you're all getting your head wrapped around how to write for Artemis. In this tutorial, you'll create a button in Comms to deploy ships to help you in times of need, because asking for help is alright.

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