If you’re having trouble getting along with an NPC, the good news is that there are ways to change their AI settings. In Fallout 4, you can do this by clicking on them, launching the console, and typing “resetAI” or “recyclector.” The recyclector option has side effects, so it’s best to use it with caution.
Disables the local map in Fallout 4
The local map is almost useless and is useless when it comes to Fallout 4. It only displays a small chunk around where you’re standing, and it’s not always accurate. Luckily, there’s a way to disable it. Click on the “Enabled Maps” panel. You’ll then have the ability to create folders and view them on the map. To create a folder, click the “New Folder” button.
Next, you’ll need to disable the Vertical Sync feature. This feature is designed to help players sync their game’s frame rate with the refresh rate of their monitor, which improves the stability of graphics in Fallout 4. However, this feature can make loading time much longer. To fix this problem, you can turn it off in the Game Options menu.
Changes an NPC’s relationshiprank
When you’re trying to do quests and other questing related activities, it’s possible to change the relationshiprank of NPCs in Fallout 4. To do this, you can use the console to send commands to an NPC. To do so, open the console by pressing tilde or grave. Then, type in the commands you want to send. After a few minutes, the NPC will be reenabled.
If you want to change an NPC’s relationshiprank, you have a couple of options. You can either right-click the NPC and select Reset AI, or you can open a console and type “recyclector” to reset the AI. But beware that these options may have some side effects.
Removes Lydia’s faction hostility
Fallout 4 features four major factions, and players can choose to side with one of them. There are also a number of minor factions, which may be friendly, hostile, or neutral. These minor factions are added to the game via add-ons. These factions are often used for technical purposes or to provide additional functionality.
Changes an NPC’s immortality
You can change an NPC’s immortality in FallOut 4 by using the console command. This can be done in several ways. First, it can make an NPC immortal or killable. Second, it can disable an NPC’s immunity to dismemberment or essential NPC tag. Third, you can clone the NPC and reset its quest if you wish.
Immortal NPCs can be a lifesaver in certain situations, especially on hard difficulties. Their ability to withstand enemy fire can help you out in critical situations. For example, if you are fighting a boss, immortal teammates will not fall over or suffer any damage. However, if you accidentally shoot them, their health bar will regenerate and they will continue fighting. Examples of immortal allies include Curly, who can take out enemies for you in Cave Story. Similarly, if you’re fighting a boss in CIMA: The Enemy, immortal Ivy can be an invaluable asset in boss fights.
Stops NPC hostility
If you are constantly getting attacked by NPCs, there are a few ways to stop them. One way is to disable their aggression by using a console command. To disable NPCs, open the console and type “disable” or “enable” in the console. Once you have done so, you can then close the console. This method will not work if the NPC has changed its relation to you, but it will still stop them from attacking you.
Another method involves submitting enemies by using a ranged weapon. Normally, this would ignite the person to attack you. However, you can also give different commands to the enemy in order to stop them from attacking. This perk works best if you can successfully subdue the human enemy. In order to activate the perk, you must have the human enemy hold the ranged weapon for 90 seconds and press the interact button. You can also use the console command “tdetect” to avoid detection by NPCs. Also, the “addToFaction” command can help you overcome the detection problem if the Npc’s are detected.
Another method to stop NPC hostility is to make them immortal. By doing this, you can give them a certain number of hits before they become hostile. You can also make them allies with the “make NPC immortal” command. Using this method, you can stop NPC hostility from turning against you, but the NPC will still be hostile if you hit them accidentally.
You can also use the “kill” command to kill NPCs without causing a hostile reaction. This command can be extremely useful if you’re trying to kill important NPCs. This can also be used to stop NPC attacks by accident. If you’re not able to kill the NPCs, you can use the “tcai” command to prevent the NPC from attacking you.