- Rust Experimental server for Windows or Linux
- Installed OxideMod-framework
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AlphaLoot is an Rust Server plugin for use with the OxideMod framework.
Complete manual: AlphaLoot manual on DocDroid
Main feature list:
- Each Loot-Container type has a separate Item list
- Each Loot-Container type has its own settings for item counts
- It includes and enables by default all common town and roadside containers
- Full FancyDrop droptypes support to use different itemlists for each type
- For HeliCrates exists a custom loadout option
- Full CustomLootSpawns compatibility
- Per each item category its able to spawn items randomly skinned
- It exports the default server Loot-Spawns into its Loot-Table file
- The plugins default Loot-Table is already filtered (more info below)
- The exported item structure is mainly like vanilla (minus filtered stuff)
- The presets are adjustable by each item category (more info below)
- The presets are also fine graded by some predefined item dividers (more info below)
- All item rarities can be easy overridden by a predefined data file
- It will remove stacked Loot-Container often found in towns
- It makes sure every Loot Container is populated with stuff
- It prevents the spawn of multiple equal items per Loot-Container
- Loot-Container refresh timings are spread to prevent server lags
- Most needed configuration steps can be done by console commands
Provided command list:
- al.reloadReloads the whole plugin internally
- al.refreshboxesRefreshes the complete server loot
- al.rarityreloadReloads the item raritys into server after changing them
- al.raritysetSets the item rarity for a specific item
- al.lootreloadCan with "reset" be used to prefill all item settings with new defaults
- al.enableEnables the plugin from passive state
- al.itemlimitSets the maximum item limit for a given item
- al.itemremoveRemoves an item complete from the loot tables
- al.itemfindShows the entries for a specific item
- al.itemaddAdds an item with a given limit to the specific containers
- al.categorylistLists the current category defaults
- al.categorysetModifies a given category in the plugin config
- al.containertypesLists the added container types and their status
- al.containeraddAdds a not included containtertype to your loot tables
- al.containerremoveRemoves a specific containtertype from your loot tables
- al.containersetModifies a specific containtertype in your loot tables
- al.showcontainersLists all current containers on map
- al.showconfigShows and explains the current config options
- al.searchitemsSearch any game item(s) by partial name
The plugin initialization process is described as below:
- On first load, it creates the plugin main config.
- The config will contain the hardcoded item-category presets (more about below).
- The config will also contain a list with item amount dividers (more about below).
- It overrides the item rarity “0” of the before mentioned items (like the LR300 and M249) and exports the whole list of used items with their rarity to file.
- It creates a complete item-names list to be taken as reference file in case of you miss an item in the generated loot tables.
- It catches all on map available loot container types and exports the common needed options to the global loot tables file.
- Afterwards it crawls all items from the vanilla loot tables, removes player default items, removes items like not craftable/usable one’s and removes all not necessary items like all kinds of meat.
- The item lists for all supported container types will be exported with a list of item names and their maximum drop limit (amount to spawn at maximum).
- The plugin stay’s disabled until you finish your config and do activate the plugin.
- You can use now the available console commands to fit the loot to your needs.
- Finally you can enable the plugin also easy by a console command.
All further information on how to configure the plugin and the available commands can be found in the manual.
The following shows you an example loot tables file created with the plugin in december 2016:
An example default plugin config:
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