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DAoC Utilities

Discussion in 'Game advice and Walkthroughs' started by kamorrista, Aug 25, 2010.

  1. kamorrista

    kamorrista Fledgling Freddie

    Here I post some links about DAoC utilities such spellcrafting calculators, character builders, skins etc, every new (or not that new) player can take profit of it.


    Craft Bar
    EU & US version available

    What's that?
    It'll fills your Quickbar depending on a Mora-Equipment-File (Mora's Ausr├╝stungsplaner).
    Usally you waste much time by printing a sc-set or switching back and for to fill up you
    quickbar - this small tool will help you out.

    How does it work?
    Create a template in Mora's. Safe it and Load it in SetupCraftBar (or just drag&drop).
    Select the Character-Ini file -the file in you camelot-directory where all character-stuff is saved-
    and click 'GO'.
    After that you can Login and you see you filled quickbar.

    Something to note?
    Quickbars can only be changed when a character is NOT logged in.
    Tthe .ini-files are readed on Log-in and written on Log-Off (but char-selection screen is good enough)


    DAoC Char Plan

    Character planner for Dark Age of Camelot. If you know Catacombs Character Builder
    you'll have no trouble with this one.

    everything has a suitable explanation
    the Charplan can be stored (locally)
    inclusive RA's
    Calculation tables for evade/parry/block rate and more
    career mode - > for planning the development of Chars from level 5-50
    more information to Spells: A) when planning, b) in a second table and a C) with complete description
    extra tables of the Spells and Style, depending on skill
    languages: german/english/french


    Kort's Spellcrafting calculator


    Please notice that there is one .msi for the installer and that's the only file you need if you only plan to use the program. However if you are a coder, we do encourage you to grab the source code, and perhaps join us in improving the program (see below).

    The new version is very very different from the old spellcraft calculator. You can add more than one or two items to a template by choosing Edit -> New Item, you can rename the item by replacing it's name in the upper right corner (change the name, for example from Crafted Item1 to Dragonsworn Mauler Staff or from Drop Item5 to Orion's Belt), and you can switch between items in the current outfit by choosing the drop-down button next to the item name. And you can name your outfit by changing the Outfit1 name to something like Melee Outfit, and then choose Edit -> New Outfit to add a second outfit. When you use the drop-down button next to the outfit name, you switch all your selected gear from one to the other. We know several hybrid classes and Necromacers will be especially pleased!

    For crafted items, the LAST slot is always for a tincture. To put the extra slots into specialty level 51 armor, choose one of the options from the Edit > Item Type to switch a crafted item from Normal to Enhanced (for the items made with Broken Dragonsworn Armors and Weapons, and Perfected Armor Patterns). You can also choose the legendary weapons and other new bows and staves.

    The items have a entire additional page of info! Toggle between them by clicking the Item Info/Item Slots button. These are provided mostly for loading Ethinarg's database items

    Loki Spellcrafter

    LOKI-DAoC is a spellcrafting aid for designing templates for Mythic's Dark Age of Camelot (DAoC) Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game. The software considers the player's priorities for statistics, resistances, and class skills and attempts to produce the best spellcrafting template given those constraints. Launched in 2005, it has become the gold standard for template building and spellcrafting in DAoC. LOKI-DAoC is currently available in English, French, and German versions. (You can use trial version or buy a cheap license)


    GearBunny is a template building utility for the online computer game, Dark Age of Camelot. It also features a built in spec calculator, a salvage calculator, and other features. I have been working on this for a little over four years now, and hence GearBunnyX is the 10th (X) major revision. Since it is very different from all the older versions, I decided to have it set itself up as a seperate application so that those who chose to continue using the older versions (Hereafter referred to as 'Classic') would not have any issues running both at the same time. Similar programs for those interested in trying out the others are Kort's and Loki. Each of these programs has different feature sets and interfaces, but I believe all have the goal of making it easy to set up your Camelot characters as possible.

    DAoC UI Skins

    Here you have a list of several Skins, many of them updated to last patch if you don't find the updated one, search for UI threads at FH because people already posted nice links for updates :)


    Game cam (you can Record your DAoC videos)

    With Game Cam you can easily record in-game scenes of your video games.

    Game Cam allows you to record in-game videos of your games and share them on the internet or with your friends.

    Game Cam has a simple and easy to learn interface and it has very little effect on your FPS-rate while playing.

    I Hope you enjoy all the stuff, there are other ways to record your videos, anyone that want to add links or other stuff to this thread is wellcome, for the good of the community :)

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  2. kamorrista

    kamorrista Fledgling Freddie

    P.S. description copied from the program makers
  3. kamorrista

    kamorrista Fledgling Freddie

    Here you have another nice spellcrafting program called Mora, thanks to ErivShadow.

    Mora's Spellcrafting

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