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    [DBC]How to create custom gameobject

    Welcome to 4th Tutorial how to edit dbc.
    This time we will learn how to make wmo objects spawnable.
    Have you ever wondered can silvermoon city be spawned or Icecrown citadel.
    Well with this guide you will learn how to do that.


    Tools needed for this operation are:
    Mywarcraftstudio
    Model viewer
    Dbc editor
    dbcutil
    7DBC


    Like in other guides we will start by opening GameObjectDisplayInfo converted in csv...
    Now to define fields...
    Code:
    Field1 - id (displayid for object)
    Field2 - path (where is located model for that object)
    Field3 Stand,  SoundEntries
    Field4 Open,  SoundEntries	
    Field5 Loop,  SoundEntries	
    Field6 Close,  SoundEntries
    Field7 Destroy, SoundEntries	
    Field8 Opened,  SoundEntries	
    Field9 Custom0,  SoundEntries	
    Field10 Custom1,  SoundEntries	
    Field11 Custom2, SoundEntries	
    Field12 Custom3,  SoundEntries
    Field13-18 - locations you can put there 0 or copy like rest gameobjects have..
    Field19 - ObjectEffectPackage only on those flying ships in Icecrown.
    
    Now since you know what each field represent lets start editing.Shall we?

    Start model viewer and go to World category/selection

    For mine example i will try to make one object spawnable and that is db_red_dragon_shrine_leafs.m2

    Very nice for some trees

    First what i will do is open GameobjectDisplayInfo.csv and go to the end.
    Then i will add in filed one one custom id(displayid)
    100062 then in field 2 location to it
    World/Expansion02/doodads/dragonblight/db_red_dragon_shrine_leafs.mdx
    not m2 put there mdx
    Lets see what we have


    Now save it.. Convert it back with dbcutil program to dbc and add it to patch.
    First make new folder call it
    DBFilesClient
    in that folder add new GameobjectDisplayInfo.dbc
    add that folder to patch
    Save it.Add to your data folder or enGB/US/Ru make sql for that object.Reload table and Enjoy

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    Ok, quick question here, I converted it to a csv with MyWarcraftStudio, opened it, then added my lines, went to convert it back, and it will not convert back with DBCUtil, why?

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    Originally Posted by Jtech13 View Post
    Ok, quick question here, I converted it to a csv with MyWarcraftStudio, opened it, then added my lines, went to convert it back, and it will not convert back with DBCUtil, why?
    Usually this means the data you have edited may be corrupted. Use Taliis to edit, this way of dbc editing is out of date. With Taliis there is no need to covert dbc to csv

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