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For example Building, Thrall behaviour (scouting, feeding, fighting) and combat.
How to create a Guide[edit | edit source]
- Main article: User-generated guide creation on Gamepedia Help Wiki.
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List of Guides[edit | edit source]
General[edit | edit source]
- Armor and your Health
- Building guides (subsection of Building)
- Chat commands
- Community maps (subsection of Map)
- Cooking And Brewing Specialist Books Guide
- Easter eggs
- Economics of Rocknoses
- How to claim your Barbarian Edition T-shirt (subsection of Barbarian Edition)
- How to close a map room
- How to get Obsidian
- How To Play Guide For Conan Exiles
- Purge Meter (subpage of The Purge)
- Sepermeru Chest Locations
- Smelting Process
- Taming (subpage of Pet)
- The Exiles Journey Guide
Servers[edit | edit source]
- Admin Panel (a.o. Admin Commands, Controls)
- Dedicated Server Launcher
- Dedicated Server Setup: Linux and Wine
- Dedicated server system requirements
- Event Log
- Landclaim visualization
- Official server hardware
- Server Configuration (a.o. Server Setup, Server Settings)
- PCinvasion.com guide to setting up a windows Conan Exiles dedicated server
Modding[edit | edit source]
Mod Tables and the Mod controller[edit | edit source]
- How to modify DataTables and add RPCs without compatibility issues.
- Some of the below guides refer to already existing tables.
- When creating a mod, you should always use Mod-Tables and the Mod-controller.
- Guide by ShadowCMD
Other[edit | edit source]
- Methods that have been tried but do not work are explained step-by-step.
- Armor and Clothing modelling primer (current location)
- Building Pieces and Sockets (current location)
- Creating a Camp (current location)
- Creating a Crafting Machine (current location)
- Creating a Pet (current location)
- Creating a Placeable (current location)
- Creating a new Thrall type (current location)
- Creating a new monster (current location)
- Creating a new Resource node (current location)
- Creating a special arrow (current location)
- Creating Buffs (current location)
- Creating Loot-Tables (current location)
- Creating NPCs (current location)
- DLC Item-Ranges
- Icon Workflow overview (current location)
- Modding (a.o. DevKit, Automatic Downloading of Mods)
- Modding Cloth Physics
- Modding Rcon (Subsection of Rcon)
- Modding Tintmasks
- Modify Terrain & Place Objects into the world
- Player Stat Enum IDs
- Primer - Armor Bonuses (current location)
- Primer - Casting (current location)
- Primer - ComboRules
- Primer - Ecology (current location)
- Primer - Feat Table (current location)
- Primer - Item Table (current location)
- Quick access to the ItemTable (not really recommended): search for "ItemTable" in the content browser.
- Primer - Recipes Table (current location)
- Rename, Merge or Split Mods
- Struct references
- Primer - The Purge (current location)
- Primer - What are Weighted tables (current lcoation)
Technical[edit | edit source]
- AI LOD (Level of Detail)
- AMD workarounds
- Database and log files (PC)
- Dreamworld Technology
- FAQ (Frequent asked questions and solutions) (current location)
- Features (Technical features)
- FOV (Field of view)
- Hiding version numbers
- Skipping video intros
- System requirements
- Includes recommended hardware setups.