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Czezechael
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Normalised energy delta for beds & tents
« on: 2010 June 28, 22:45:45 »
THANKS THIS IS GREAT

Well, it's been practically a year since I've posted here, but some beds are still more equal than others. Four posts good, no posts better and all as such.

I've updated this mod. I found that it didn't work too well with Ambitions as-is, and slow-sleep tents and beds really ruined my shit.

Install to wherever you use. Same energy deltas as before (1.5). Compatible with HELS, WA, AMB, and storeshit beds. Can't get any storeshit beds to work on my second installation of the game, so I'm only assuming that what was true a year ago will still be true now. For those that don't know what the hell I'm talking about here, this mod makes all beds grant the same energy gain without mucking about with their comfort and buffs/debuffs granted.

For anyone that used my billing mod (lump-sum payments and increases), that still works without any changes.

For those in the know, I had an older topic for this but wasn't sure if a necro-bump was better than a new post for an updated mod. Topic deletion for this topic or the other one would help settle that for me.

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