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Spreadsheet with .per numbers

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Kastanje57 Actually, there's nothing new here.
The spreadsheet contains all existing listing as they come with the AoE/RoR software.
The value of this is that all different files (passive, defensive, aggressive, super aggressive etc.) are put together so one can easily see what the differences are and how they work.
It helped me a lot in understanding the use of the different numbers and settings.

The list is as complete as possible, it contains all information I could find on the use and meaning of these commands.

Update 7-dec-20: More new numbers, as well as the, are added to the spreadsheet. Also all the .vc files (predecessor of the .per files) I could find are included in the download.
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LeaWildcat I got the original AI's out of the Holy Man scenario and we have a new number for the list.

225 0 //SNAllowCivilianDefense
I am going to guess 0 and 1 are the choices, but which is yes and which is no, not sure.


After testing today the 0 is no and 1 is yes.

[Edited on 11/12/20 @ 04:05 PM]

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What description would you use for this new item: 225 0 //SNAllowCivilianDefense?

Is it, when set to 1, that civilian's start to attack enemy units?
Or has it something to do with the civ. repairman use?
Or maybe sth. else?

Sorry for this late reaction, I'm very busy with the 4th scenario for my Hostage campaign so I didn't took look at the forumposts for a while.

In the meantime, I've found the old Default.per settings from a time that the per's were called .vc
The settings are from spring and summer 1997, before the first release of AoE.
The, The and the e.g. are exactly the same as the .per's which are now in use.
My guess is that the is more or less the one that is used in the basic software and thus the one which is referred to at the start of each .per file.

In this new upload of the .per values, I've added the in the spreadsheet. To this, some more new numbers are included as well as no 225.
I've also added all the (old) .vc files I could find

[Edited on 12/07/20 @ 06:25 AM]

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