Body detail plan token
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|This article was migrated from DF2014:Body detail plan token and may be inaccurate for the current version of DF (v50.11). See this page for more information.
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|Body · Body detail plan · Bodygloss · Tissue
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|Descriptor color · Color · Descriptor pattern · Descriptor shape
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|Item type · Item definition · Ammo · Armor · Instrument · Tool · Trap component · Weapon
|Material type · Material definition · Inorganic material definition
|Create a new body detail plan with the specified identifier. The rest of the tokens in this table are then used to define this body detail plan's properties.
|Adds a new material to the creature based on the specified template and assigned to the specified identifier.
|Adds a new tissue to the creature based on the specified template and assigned to the specified identifier.
|Defines a series of tissue layers. Alternatively to specifying a tissue, variable arguments can be entered (numbered arbitrarily to a max of 5) to be filled with tissues when the plan is called in the creature entry. The SELECT_TISSUE creature token with TL_RELATIVE_THICKNESS can change tissue thickness, but tissue layering is hard to do without a new detail plan.
|Works like BP_LAYERS, but defines layers over existing layers.
|Works like BP_LAYERS, but defines layers under existing layers.
|Defines a position for the specified body part relative to its parent part (the nose is assigned the position FRONT, as it's on the front of the face). This has some effects on combat, attacks and the like. Valid position tokens are FRONT, BACK, LEFT, RIGHT, TOP and BOTTOM. The position token SIDES is of unverified validity.
|Defines a positional relationship between one body part and another (the right eyelid is AROUND the right eye with coverage 50, as it only partially covers the eye). This has some effects on combat, attacks and the like. Valid relation tokens are AROUND, SURROUNDED_BY, ABOVE, BELOW, IN_FRONT, BEHIND, CLEANS, and CLEANED_BY. The lattermost two tokens are used when specifying parts that clean each other (such as eyelids to eyes).
|Defines a relsize for the selected body part for the current body detail plan