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    Tmorph and Feral druids.

    There has to be SOMEONE that knows how to change the druids forms using Tmorph.. I've looked for days and hours and still no progress.

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    same problem , help?

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    Just actually talked to him about this today.

    Code:
    --  Druid Shapeshifting Change
    
    function events:UPDATE_SHAPESHIFT_FORM()
        local form = GetShapeshiftForm()
        if form == 1 then -- Bear
            Morph("player", 29416)
        elseif form == 3 then -- Cat
            Morph("player", 38150)
        elseif form == 5 then -- Swift Flight
            Morph("player",21243)
        end
    end
    events:RegisterEvent("UPDATE_SHAPESHIFT_FORM")

    Add that at the end of tMorph.lua

    Replace the IDs with what you want them to be.

    For the last line, it'll be "elseif form == 6 then -- Swift Flight" if you are a Balance druid.
    Last edited by Igzz; 05-31-2013 at 09:59 PM.


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    ^this

    However I was only able to help Igzz with his problems because Journey helped me with the lua stuff at first and I just adapted it to Igzz belongings and added another if line

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    Hi, ive also looked for a way to tmorph my female troll cat form into the new Claws of Shirvallah cat form. Anyone who found a way would be greatly apreciateted !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Igzz View Post
    Credits to Classicclean

    Just actually talked to him about this today.

    Code:
    --  Druid Shapeshifting Change
    
    function events:UPDATE_SHAPESHIFT_FORM()
        local form = GetShapeshiftForm()
        if form == 1 then -- Bear
            Morph("player", 29416)
        elseif form == 3 then -- Cat
            Morph("player", 38150)
        elseif form == 5 then -- Swift Flight
            Morph("player",21243)
        end
    end
    events:RegisterEvent("UPDATE_SHAPESHIFT_FORM")

    Add that at the end of tMorph.lua

    Replace the IDs with what you want them to be.

    For the last line, it'll be "elseif form == 6 then -- Swift Flight" if you are a Balance druid.
    I can't make it work, replaced this in the end of my file and not working is it still working in 6.2 ? Could you make a little guide about this even if it seems easy to do ? ^^

 

 

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