The answer is, yes, you can add it to the GameUsersSettings.ini Settings section within ASM or you can add it manually to the GameUserSettings.ini file. Since this is a Ragnarok specific setting, you only have to do this on your Ragnarok server (ASM profile or server installation).
Add via ASM: 1. Stop your server 2. Navigate to the Custom GameUserSettings.ini Section 3. Click on the Green + button in the Custom Sections column 4. Double-click in the blank line created within the Section Name box from Step #3 and type Ragnarok 5. Click on the Green + button in the Custom Items column 6. Double-click in the blank line within the Key column box from Step #5 and type AllowMultipleTamedUnicorns 7. Double-click in the blank line within the Value column box and type True or False 8. Save your changes 9. Start your server
Add manually: 1. Stop your server 2. Close ASM 3. Navigate to <Server Install Directory>\ShooterGame\Saved\Config\WindowsServer directory 4. Open the GameUserSettings.ini file 5. Scroll through the file and look for the section called [ServerSettings] - if not there add it exactly how I have it 6. Under that section add the following line AllowMultipleTamedUnicorns=<True/False> - choose your value 7. Save the file 8. Close the file 9. Open ASM 10. Start your server
**NOTE** - the variable is a boolean value. Meaning...false = one unicorn on the map at a time, true = one wild and unlimited tamed Unicorns on the map
According to the Wiki, that settings doesn't always work.
Thank you, manually worked, but I'll reverse and apply trough the ASM. I prefer to centralize all my stuff and it's the point of the manager!
And yeah I know the wiki states it doesn't always work, that part is up to the game's dev to fix that issue.
Thanks a lot.
Last Edit: Aug 2, 2020 13:58:16 GMT -5 by tyrant454
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