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Posted by DavidMB13   (16 posts)  [Biography] bio
Date Sat 21 Apr 2007 09:45 PM (UTC)
I have a script here that I'm going to post. I must explain first that in this certain game there is something called monk combos. So.. for example, you type fight hp mp lp mp hp lp..

lp = low punch
mp = mid punch
hp = high punch
bl = block
lk - low kick
mk - mid kick
hk - high kick
sw- sweep kick

Now this script is set up to find certain combinations - which are basically special combos taht do extra damage when you fight the exact combination of kicks and punches.. I'd like to post the entire script here, because I really don't know how to use it. If someone could tell me the syntax or commands to use, I would really appreciate it.

An example combo would be:

fight lp hk mp
fight hp hp mp mp bl bl

so its 'fight' and then any kick or punch command in any order.

If you would please just post you e-mail so I can send it to you, I would really appreciate it since I cannot post it here. Thanks for all your help.

Again, if anyone knows anything about these scripts, post your email.

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