There are a lot of items and enchants in the game, to ease the process of fiddling around with IDs I thought this Dropdown Menu would make it much easier to do!
If you have been working with the Skyrim console you realize that some tasks are super tedious. For example adding perks, removing perks. Noone wants to type in 50000 hex codes and here is where this little utiliy come in!
To make it easier to add items in Skyrim you can use this Item ID Creator. I have all Weapons, Cloth, Light and Heavy Armors, Ammunition, Jewelry, Food, Ingredients and more to come. Check back!
Head over to the Witcher 2 Website if you want to take part in the upcoming closed beta test of the REDkit. This is a mod tool that will make it easy to create your own Witcher 2 mods.
Haven’t even started to play properly but ended up more interested tweaking Mass Effect 3 more than actually playing it. As usually I started using Cheat Engine to tweak Credits and Power Points, but that ended up being somewhat unreliable, a few issues came up. Mass Effect 3 brings a more convenient way to tweak stuff, the Coalesced.bin, formerly known as Coalescd.ini in Mass Effect 2.
The most motivation I have gotten from raiding in the past was Topping Class DPS Meters. In TBC The WWScoreboard was the best website to display Rankings, per Boss, per Class and an average Total.
World of Logs has a similar feature, the Ranking Page here. It is a very nice list, but it does not include any kind of filters, yet. As Enhancement Shaman it is often tedious to find the proper page and thus I created and easy way to access the pages. Just select class, fight, difficulty and get directed to the proper Ranking Page.
Once more I had the need to recover a lost password. The tool I used checks each word in a word list to check it as possible password. Since the password was well chosen, the ordinary word lists failed me. The only way left was to use brute force, by guessing all passwords from 00000000 to ZZZZZZZZ.
Brute force is taking very long and for that reason you try to narrow the possible solutions down. A real password will most likely not have the same characters more than 3 times and sometimes there are certain passwords that use patterns, e.g. first character is a letter, or every 2nd char is a vowel. To know this will help to reduce the possible combinations and thus the time needed to crack a password.
Usually I have a good eye for this, but on the other hand I always lacked the tools needed to create my custom needed dictionaries easily. A few days ago I was in that dilemma, knowing the pattern of a password, but not having a tool that was able to create a wordlist for that purpose – as short as possible and thus decided to make a tool of my own.
If at all I am a hobby programmer and the code is not optimized, but so far it works well.
Here is a Screenshot of the little tool Word-Gen:
The strong point of Word-Gen is that each of the characters can easily be configured individually and that results with 1+ occurence of the same characters can be filtered out.
The Tool is slow (you are welcome if you want to improve it), requires .NET Framework 1.1 and still requires some tweaking. I have a good AntiVirus Solution, but in your own interest be cautious with Software you download via the Internet.
Don’t forget that this will create huge word lists – roughly 100k words per second (testrun – 7 digits, 10 mio words, 108 sec, 85 MB). Selecting a large range will require a lot of time and a lot of disk space. There is no progress bar (yet).
You can download it here.