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Tangley (F2)(Billy)-10/05/2010
« on: May 10, 2010, 09:14:53 AM »
I modified what was previously the birth tie delete gene so that it ties to anything and everything around it. I didn't label the genes this time because I just couldn't be bothered.
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def venomcounter 51

cond
 *.eye5 0 >
 *.refeye *.myeye !=
start
 *.refveldx .dx store
 *.refvelup 30 add .up store
stop

cond
 *.eye5 50 >
 *.refeye *.myeye !=
 *.refpoison 0 =
 *.refshell 0 =
start
 .venomcounter inc
16 .shootval store
-6 .shoot store
 *.refvelup .up store
stop

cond
 *.eye5 50 >
 *.refeye *.myeye !=
 *.refpoison 0 >
 *.refshell 0 =
start
 .venomcounter inc
16 .shootval store
-6 .shoot store
 *.refvelup .up store
stop

cond
 *.eye5 50 >
 *.refeye *.myeye !=
 *.refshell 0 >
 *.refpoison 0 =
start
 .venomcounter inc
16 .shootval store
-1 .shoot store
 *.refvelup .up store
stop

cond
 *.eye5 50 >
 *.refeye *.myeye !=
 *.refpoison 0 >
 *.refshell 0 >
start
 .venomcounter inc
16 .shootval store
-6 .shoot store
 *.refvelup .up store
stop

cond
 *.eye5 0 =
 *.refeye *.myeye = or
start
 0 .venomcounter store
 314 rnd .aimdx store
stop

cond
 *.nrg 15000 >
start
 40 .repro store
stop

cond
*.robage 0 =
start
67 989 store
stop

cond
*.waste 40 >
start
.backshot inc
-4 .shoot store
*.waste .shootval store
stop

cond
start
 .fixpos *.fixed mult dec
stop

cond
start
 .tie inc
stop

cond
 *.poison 500 <
start
 .eye5 .ploc store
 50 .strpoison store
stop

cond
 *.shell 250 <
start
 100 .mkshell store
stop

cond
 *.robage 0 =
start
 .shoot .vloc store
 -2 .venval store
stop

cond
 *.venomcounter 19 >
 *.eye5 50 >
 *.refeye *.myeye !=
start
 50 .shootval store
 -3 .shoot store
 0 .venomcounter store
stop

cond
 *.venom 500 <
start
 50 .strvenom store
stop

cond
 *.mkvirus 0 !=
start
 *.mkvirus .delgene store
stop

cond
 *.eye5 *.eye5 =
start
 1 54 store
stop

end
« Last Edit: August 28, 2010, 04:41:45 PM by Shasta »
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