Inventory

Pickup chat info tweaks

Short Name: 
pickup-info

Show the short display of an item's type + egos when you pick it up. Also sends it to the chat window (as a fake whisper from yourself) to avoid combat spam hiding it (ideally this would be a separate window, but effort).

Also removes gold pickups from the log.

TS Inventory Squelching

Short Name: 
ts-squelching

Clear up inventory clutter and focus on the items that matter. This addon allows you to hide items that aren't any use to your character so you can carefully inspect those that do, and suffer from less inventory fatigue over the course of a playthrough.

This addon adds an extra dialog which is opened using Ctrl+D by default. The options should be fairly self-explanatory and mostly cover squelching individual item types, along with a few options useful to antimagic and undead characters, as well as the ability to squelch the mostly useless white items. Note that these options are tied to your character, so you'll need to set this up for each character you create. It also only applies to the transmogrification chest tab in your inventory; squelched items get their own special tab due to a variety of technical details. Items will be shown when they are picked up in the log, and artifacts will still show their lore popups. Squelched items will also be transmogrified when you leave the level, as normal.

Directly copied from yrriban's addon, but updated to work for characters with Tinkers and with a few more squelching options.

Store Restocker

Short Name: 
store-restocker

Showing Items Tier in Inventory

Short Name: 
inv_tiers

This addon add a column to inventory which show items Tier and allows sorting to show higher Tier first
Useful when in late game you interested only in Tier 5 items

There is an option under "Game Setting"->UI->Sort Items by Tier by default
which is if enabled makes sorting by Tier default when opening Inventory
Otherwise click on 'T' to sort items by Tier

items which is going to be transmo- and of type scroll (rune,infusion..), tinker or other without Tier specified will be placed at the top of the inventory to avoid occasional transmo of valuables

This mod is safe to use without starting new game

Demon Seed Details

Short Name: 
demon-seed-details

This addon is for all you Demonologists out there. Further modifies demon seed names in your inventory to include details about each seed's mods and stats.

No more manually tagging hundreds of seeds!

I don't do this LUA/addon stuff too often so please forgive any bugs. Currently, switching invenotry tabs for example will remove the details from the seed names. To fix it just close your inventory and open it again. 

Inventory Filter

Short Name: 
inventory-filter

 This addon allows to filter inventory by some text from the

description of items. Right click on a tab in the inventory and type a text in
the popup dialog.

For example, filter "Rings and Amulets" with "lightning" to find any jewelry
with lightning damage/resistance effects.

Inventory Squelching

Short Name: 
squelching

Clear up inventory clutter and focus on the items that matter. This addon allows you to hide items that aren't any use to your character so you can carefully inspect those that do, and suffer from less inventory fatigue over the course of a playthrough.

This addon adds an extra dialog which is opened using Ctrl+D by default. The options should be fairly self-explanatory and mostly cover squelching individual item types, along with a few options useful to antimagic and undead characters, as well as the ability to squelch the mostly useless white items. Note that these options are tied to your character, so you'll need to set this up for each character you create. It also only applies to the transmogrification chest tab in your inventory; squelched items get their own special tab due to a variety of technical details. Items will be shown when they are picked up in the log, and artifacts will still show their lore popups. Squelched items will also be transmogrified when you leave the level, as normal.

Doomed, Equipment, and Antimagic afterthoughts

Ahh, Doomed. For some reason, I've had a lasting love affair with the class. I like hate as a resource, I like spellcasters as my favorite spellcasters, and I like battlefield control and positioning.

But one thing that always kind of irks *twitch* me about them, is their equipment. Well that, and Antimagic.

See, Doomed for the -most- part are will based, and they don't have/use crits on their spells (exception, dark torrent), they don't use spellpower, and they have few spells that you actually use that even USE the magic stat for damage.

I mean, lets list what uses Will, damages, and its effects.

Willful Strike: Low/Moderate damage, large knockback, short cooldown. Low Cost.
Blast: Moderate Damage huge AoE, moderate/large knockback, daze, moderate cooldown. Medium Cost.
Unseen Force: Random strike aura, moderate damage/large knockback, chance to strike twice. Long Cooldown. High Cost.
Reproach: low/moderate damage spread between everything in range 3, with willcheck to damage. Short Cooldown. Low Cost.
Hateful Whisper: Moderate Damage Condition that spread on it's own. Basically, a cool mechanic AoE. Moderate Cooldown. Moderate Cost.
Agony: Condition, high damage total over 5 turns, with willcheck each turn to save. Short cooldown. Low Cost.
Madness: Adds 25% chance with scaling willcheck to reproach, hateful whisper, and agony (per turn on agony) to stun/daze/slow.

So, pretty much a full kit for damage, mainly things with short cooldowns, good damage overall, and good AoE. Good mix of costs. A pretty good kit.

Now, for Magic:

Creeping Dark: low/moderate damage, random style cloud AoE. Mainly used to trigger +~10% damage from Dark Vision, and to block mob LoS. Not reliable for damage. Moderate Cooldown. Moderate Cost.
Dark Vision: utility, if somethings in creeping dark it takes Xtra damge, also, you get scaling 'infravision' (it's not actually infravision) to see monsters with radius. Costless.
Dark Torrent: Beam of darkness spell, moderate/low damage, chance to blind and cause target to "forget" it's target. Moderate Cooldown. Moderate/low cost.
Dark Tendrils: A moving square of creeping dark pins a target in place, moderate/low damge, long cooldown. Moderate Cost.
Arcane Bolt: fire 4 bolts for moderate/low damage total arcane, at closest target. Moderate/low cooldown. Moderate/High Cost.
Vaporize: High(!) Damage, High Cost, Single target for arcane damage. Long Cooldown.

Ok so, here we've got an unreliable AoE damage (mainly used for it's utility), utility, a beam that's a little less than stellar, a spell that's mostly overshadowed by reproach because of cooldown, and it's madness benefits, and a single target decimator that's certain to cost you more hate than it earns. Or rather: Everything under magic has a higher cost, and if you're using it for damage, you probably wish you were using one of your will skills instead. Creeping Dark for damage? Use blast. Dark Tendrils for Damage? Use Agony. Arcane Bolt for damage? Use Reproach. Vaporize for Damage? Put them in a corner and use unseen force. Vaporize is the only one I really see a fair use for.

This is the point: most Doomed don't even really need magic. It's almost all about Will. And when you don't use crit, you don't use spellpower, and you mostly use mostly one stat for all of your damage, your secondary stat is mostly there for your utility skills... Equipment is trivial. Mostly, useless.

If I had to be a naked character I'd be a Doomed anytime, because they mostly just don't care what they're holding, or even if. You'll hold swords and shield just to get resists and retributive damage. Oh looks that one has higher resists and +wil? *tosses penitence for an iron dagger* Oddly enough I'll carry a sling every now and then because it has +%physical damage which benefits one whole tree they have. Doomed have very little equipment out there that actually appeals to them. There's nothing really that a Doomed sees and goes "oh look, that just made my day!"

And while I like that they remove that -need- for equipment element from the game, I almost more thoroughly dislike it. We need a Doomed Staff, Robe, /whatever. I don't want to find platemail with resists and throw it on because who cares about what crazy mage robes have on them. I don't want to hold a staff and know I should be carrying a shield. That's not what a twisted cursed spellcaster does. But it's what a Doomed does, and it feels disingenuous.

Itemization on a doomed is pretty much what has good resists, +will, and that's about it. It needs some more depth.

Personally I advocate changing them so that they use spellpower, with appropiate scaling. I don't think they need the buff per se, and maybe their base damages should be lowered because of it, but it'd encourage more players to actually invest in magic besides pumping Vaporize to "you dead!" levels. (I'm scared to face my clone in ____ because I know if I feed strengths, put them in creeping dark, and vaporize, I hit for ~1140 damage, and I'm capping with a shield at ~890. Resists? Feed strength will just eat them off).

Antimagic Afterthought:

The way things are built presently, since magic only provides utility effects, and you have a complete damage kit with willpower only investments, antimagic -is- viable. Which, is kind of odd for a twisted cursed spellcaster. Now, Antimagic may seem kind of odd, buttt... Deflection + Antimagic shield has some VERY interesting interactions. I'm talking about taking almost NO damage from spells. Your knockback and the statuses from the retributions line/madness definitely help keep you out of the frontline, means that there become 2 thinks only that you really fear: Archers, and Knockback Immune. I leveled and achieved most of my stuff with a Cornac Doomed maybe 4 months ago with antimagic. Corruptors couldn't hurt me anymore. I died to a vault of Greater Wyrms of Power (knockback immune) in the East after having completed most of the game content, I felt like a potential winner. Plus, when you don't care about equipment, it's a lot easier to swallow the antimagic pill.

Personally, I don't know how/which order of operations the deflection/antimagic shield gets processed in, but I suspect it's the wrong one. It feels like 300 damage inc (Ouch!), /2 to deflection split (drain that deflection) shield, 150 damage - antimagic shield, oh look you took sub 100. THAT's without factoring in resistances, of which doomed can pick and choose equipment for resists at leisure, and feed strengths can give crazy resists if you have an opportune target.

Anyways, off to play the game.

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