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    How Do You Change Your Player's Stats On A Private Server?

    Hey, I Want To Change My Strength, Agility, Stamina, Etc. On My Warrior On My Own Private Server But I'm Not Sure How, Can Anyone Help Me?

    How Do You Change Your Player's Stats On A Private Server?
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    It is not possible to change your stats with a program or anything. Unless your a GM and have access to the .modify commands, that is the only way how too. Stat changers do not exist and nor will they ever exist since stats are server-side not client-side.
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    I Am A GM, I Have My Own Private Server. I'm Just Not Sure How To Modify My Stats Such As Strength, Agility, Etc.

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    Which server are you using, mangos, arcemu, ascent, other?

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    if you want to edit the stats so when you create a char you start with more (or less) strength ect. If that is what you mean i think you can edit that in your database (if you have your own server). The table name is "playercreateinfo".

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    i'm using mangos. i have already created a character and was wondering if i could change the stats, but if not i will create a new character and mess with the database alittle. anyone have anymore instruction on how to do this?

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    use ".modify strength 400"
    .modify agility 400

    commands like those :P

    One particularly fun one is .modify money 99999999999999 ^_^

    Hope this helps

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    In relation to the Database, there is a table which can modify the Stats of when you start a character, and your config files can put multipliers on your stats gained when you Level I think. I can't remember. Haven't been fidling with a Repack for a long time :b

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    You should have a table with the name player_levelstats.

    In here you should see 8 columns:
    race
    class
    level
    str
    agi
    sta
    inte
    spi


    Race.
    In here you enter the race id of the race you want to edit the stats to.
    The ids are:
    1 = Human
    2 = Orc
    3 = Dwarf
    4 = Night Elf
    5 = Undead
    6 = Tauren
    7 = Gnome
    8 = Troll
    10 = Blood Elf
    11 = Draenei


    Class
    Same as the race only difference is you have to enter class id

    Class ids:
    1 = Warrior
    2 = Paladin
    3 = Hunter
    4 = Rogue
    5 = Priest
    6 = Death Knight
    7 = Shaman
    8 = Mage
    9 = Warlock
    11 = Druid


    Level
    Here you need to enter the level where you want your edits to change the stats on the player. For example on blizzlike server the level range would mostly be from 1-80.

    Str
    str = strength
    The strength you want the player to have at the level in the level column

    Agi
    agi = agility
    The agility you want the player to have at the level in the level column

    Sta
    sta = stamina
    The stamina you want the player to have at the level in the level column

    Inte
    inte = intellect
    The intellect you want the player to have at the level in the level column

    Spi
    spi = spirit
    The spirit you want the player to have at the level in the level column

    Hope this helped

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