With a little (a lot
) effort, this would be possible.
reference: http://www.lackeyccg.com/tutorialplugin.html; http://www.lackeyccg.com/tutorialplugin.html#packs; http://www.lackeyccg.com/tutorialpackdefinitions.html
You'll probably read the link above and do it all by yourself. If not so, please excuse the mess i made below:
to make it a little easier for us, we go to: LackeyCCG->plugins->lolcats->packs;
copy the "packdefinitions1.xml"-file;
go to: LackeyCCG->plugins->ForceOfWill; the reason why there is no cardpool-tab is because of the missing file and folder; create a folder named "packs"; go to that folder; paste the file you were copying before;
you can start lackeyccg and go to the deckeditor, there should be a cardpool-tab now;
it'll take a little extra-effort for the "packdefinitions1.xml" to work properly under the ForceOfWill-Plugin;
go to http://www.lackeyccg.com/tutorialpackdefinitions.html
, scroll down to the bottom; you'll see the packdefinitions1.xml-example printed out; ForceOfWill->packs: open the "packdefinitions1.xml"; paste the example-packdefinitions1 into that file; you'll need the lines: 1, 3, 4, 8(would be useful for your personal cardpool), 10, 11, 13, 14 and the last one (</packdefinitions>
now save the edited file under the name "packdefinitions1.xml
" (the ending is important);
open "carddata.txt" (you should find it under: plugins->ForceOfWill->sets) and "packdefinitions1.xml"; in between the lines 10 and 13, you're going to fill in all the data of the cards you want in your cardpool (like line 11)->effort (line 11 will be deleted at the end of the process, because it's referring to a lolcats-card and therefore isn't of any use in the ForceOfWill-Plugin).
Between the <chance>
you'll see the line: <kind><qty>10</qty><crit><field>Name</field><eval>IS</eval><data>Gross Ghoul</data></crit></kind>
the kind-thingy could be used to allow all cards of set->3 that have rarity->common; you'll use it to tell the game that you want all cards in this cardpool, that have the Name(between the field-thingy) Gross Ghoul(between the data-thingy)...and this card ten times(between the qty-thingy);
(it's explained under http://www.lackeyccg.com/tutorialpackdefinitions.html
, my bad)
therefore you'll need "carddata.txt": all cardnames are listed there; you could go to ForceOfWill->sets->setimages and look for your cards, then you could search for their image-file-name in the "carddata"-file
A lot of effort:
You'll copy and paste all names (of cards you want to have in your cardpool) to the "packsdefinition1.xml"-file. Save it afterwards (.xml
), it should work.
Excuse my writing style and my spelling, be kind