House Party: How the Events Command Works

In this guide i explore the Events command from the console “`” or “Ö”

 

How can this even be useful??

Well, I also had no idea until the day I wrote this guide.
I wanted to help someone from the House Party Discord,
and tried around with this command. I will present you the findings here.
Also, afaik no one has ever published something on this command in the forums here.
Looking at you, @darkest_walnutAnyway, let’s get on with it…

How it works

This command can be used to fix stuck quests, or at least is has been exactly once.
You can find out what event to trigger by searching keywords/dialogue or other info in the corresponding character file.They can be located under “*Your steam folder*\steamapps\common\House Party\HouseParty_Data\StreamingAssets\Mods\Stories\Original Story”

This probably won’t help anyone, but i still wanted to share my findings.
Because hey, info is info.

The command can be accessed via the console (“`”-key left of “1”, or “Ö” on german keyboards).
The Syntax goes as follows:

Events *name* *mode* *event* *value*

For

*name*

you have to put in a name, duh…
These are all of them, so far: Amy, Arin, Ashley, Brittney, Dan, Derek, Frank, Katherine, Leah, Lety, Madison, Patrick, Rachael, Stephanie, Vickie.

But to use Arin, Dan, Lety or Vickie, you have to enable them first if they are not already at the party using this command, with the right name, of course.

EnableNPC Vickie

To get a list of all events a person can have, use

Events *name* list

With this you can the replace the

*event*

part of the command.

As for the

*mode*

you can either use 1 or 0.

Mode 0
executing the event

When using mode 0, the game will execute the Event specified, i.e. Dialogue and Dialogue options and so on. Just put a 0 after the name, followed by the exact name of the Event.

Mode 1
setting the event

When using mode 0, the game will set the Event specified, to a boolean value(true/false). Just put a 1 after the name, followed by the exact name of the Event, and the value you want to set it to.
Replace

*value*

with either “true” to set it, or “false” to deactivate it.


Thanks to TÜV Rheinland for his great guide, all credit to his effort. you can also read the original guide from Steam Community. enjoy the game.

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