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CLOSED  Bug report #963  -  The first earthquake does not trigger in the mine after goblin prison
Posted Jan 18, 2017 - updated Jul 03, 2021   Shortlink:
icon_info.png This issue has been closed with status "Fixed" and resolution "POSTPONED".
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    icon_milestones.png 1.2
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Issue description
The first quake should trigger shortly after tearing the first encountered spider web in the abandoned mine (level15), right after torch ignition tutorial.

This works in 1.1.2 but not in available snapshots or current code.

Tearing the web creates a timer "qk" which should initiate the earthquake effect after 2 seconds (spider_web_0013/spider_web.asl:6 or 10). However, the original object to which the timer is tied (spider_web_0013) gets replaced by spider_web_broken and the former is destroyed, which also clears the quake timer.
Steps to reproduce this issue
  1. Breach the spider web
  2. Observe the nonexistent earthquake

Comment posted by
Jan 18, 16:44
A file was uploaded. Save just before the spider webicon_open_new.png
Comment posted by
 Guest user
Jun 03, 01:46
I have the same issue. The earthquake does not trigger.
Comment posted by
 Daniel Scharrer
Jul 03, 00:06
This has been fixed in the latest development snapshot by adding a special case for this entity to the engine. In the future that fix should be changed to be a script patch instead.

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