This macro controls a class system in the game (always with the prefix Class). It is used to define each class which each character can enter. You can define as many classes as you want, and different classes can be classified according to different criteria. Classes are cumulative, so a class can be entered multiple times.
The result of the macro is a single character, with the following format:
Class name (character name)
Class criteria (descriptive message, also known as a ‘Description’)
Class prefix (character name with a trailing ‘name’ part)
The class criteria are essentially a series of one or more macro commands, separated by semicolons. The commands can contain arbitrary characters and are separated from each other by spaces.
Each class is listed in a file named ClassList. The format of the file is
Class (character name)
Macro (i.e. class criteria)
The ClassList file is then read as part of the character creation process.
The criteria that will be used to decide which classes the character can enter, and to decide which class the character will be assigned if it is not applicable are the following:
Character name without the class prefix.
Character name + ClassPrefix:
Character name with the class prefix.
Character name + ClassPrefix + PartOfClass:
Character name with the class prefix, a name which also belongs to another class. Characters cannot enter one class that is part of another class.
Character name + ClassPrefix + PartOfClass + (Another character name + ClassPrefix):
Character name with the class prefix, a name which also belongs to another class, and another character name with the class prefix. Characters can enter the first class and the second class, and the first class can be part of the second class. Characters cannot enter the same class multiple times.
Character name + ClassPrefix + (PartOfClass1 + PartOfClass2)
Character name with the class prefix, a name which also belongs to two different classes. Characters can enter the first class and the second class, and the first class can be part of the second class. Characters cannot enter the same class twice.
For example, the following characters belong to two different classes:
A, C, E, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, R, S, T, U, V
(Note that class C can also be entered 384a16bd22
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