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Johnny Cruelty

looking for gzdoom console command

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I am looking for a console command that lets you go to another level but without losing your gear

or a command that automatically ends the level

can you help me?

 

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The console command changemap followed by the map name should do it.

 

For example, if you wanted to save your weapons/ammo from map 1 in Doom 2, and skip to map four, you would type "changemap map04" without the quotes, in the console. It ends the current map, and transfers your gear. Keep in mind, you have to know the name of the map you want to change to.

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2 minutes ago, Jello said:

The console command changemap followed by the map name should do it.

 

For example, if you wanted to save your weapons/ammo from map 1 in Doom 2, and skip to map four, you would type "changemap map04" without the quotes, in the console. It ends the current map, and transfers your gear. Keep in mind, you have to know the name of the map you want to change to.

ty! such a life saver

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3 minutes ago, Johnny Cruelty said:

ty! such a life saver

You're very welcome, glad I could help.

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19 minutes ago, Lippeth said:

I...but I thought I...well here's another thread about it in case you forget again.

 

I thought this seemed like deja vu.

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For ending the current level: "special 243" 

Had to look this up one time when the map was broken by mods, and the exit line was inside a 0 height sector, i.e. completely inaccessible with cheats as well

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9 hours ago, ClumsyDoomer said:

special 243

Holy cow, I'd say that's the best method, especially for just getting to the next map with no extra fuss.

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10 hours ago, ClumsyDoomer said:

For ending the current level: "special 243"

you can call any special (and associated arguments) using this command, it's a godsend for testing!

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