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Yellow door (Closed)
YellowDoor (RPG)
A closed yellow door
Element ID 9
Layer Room pieces

Yellow door (Open)
YellowDoorOpen (RPG)
An open yellow door
Element ID 10
Layer Room pieces

Green door (Closed)
GreenDoor (RPG)
A closed green door
Element ID 7
Layer Room pieces

Green door (Open)
GreenDoorOpen (RPG)
An open green door
Element ID 68
Layer Room pieces

Blue door (Closed)
BlueDoor (RPG)
A closed blue door
Element ID 6
Layer Room pieces

Blue door (Open)
BlueDoorOpen (RPG)
An open blue door
Element ID 69
Layer Room pieces

Trapdoor gate (Closed)
TrapdoorGate (RPG)
A closed red door
Element ID 8
Layer Room pieces

Trapdoor gate (Open)
RedDoorOpen (RPG)
An open red door
Element ID 70
Layer Room pieces

Tar gate (Closed)
TarGate (RPG)
A closed black door
Element ID 37
Layer Room pieces

Tar gate (Open)
BlackDoorOpen (RPG)
An open black door
Element ID 71
Layer Room pieces

Greckle gate (Closed)
GreckleGate 3x3 (RPG)
A basic toll road
Element ID 59
Layer Room pieces

Greckle gate (Open)
GreckleGateOpen 3x3 (RPG)
An open greckle gate
Element ID 88
Layer Room pieces

Doors are removable obstacles that can be opened, closed, and toggled by interacting with them. There are six gate types, all of which function identically to each other and only differ in the requirements to toggle them.

Description Edit

Yellow doors are the most common type of door. They can block off treasures, but they're most often used to prevent adventurers from moving forward until they can spend a yellow key to open them.

Green doors traditionally hide particularly valuable treasure, such as large potions or multiple power gems. Because green keys are much rarer than yellow keys, adventurers must think twice before using one -- not just to judge whether the reward is worth it, but also if there might be a better use for it elsewhere, and not enough green keys to do both.

Blue doors traditionally aren't used to hide treasures. Because blues keys are the rarest and most valuable type of key, many level sets use blue doors as end-of-level doors: adventurers must find the one blue key in a level and use it on the one blue door to progress to the next level.

Greckle gates aren't opened with keys, they're opened with greckles. Also unlike other doors, the cost to open them -- ten greckles -- is affected by the item multiplier. Greckle gates were recently developed by the Rooted Empire to stop Beethro Budkin and other delvers from interfering in their affairs. They knew Beethro in particular had no money, so they figured greckle gates would prove effective against him.[1]

Red doors can't be toggled with player resources, so they're used as a puzzle element more often than a way to hide treasure.

Black doors can't be toggled with player resources, so they're used as a puzzle element more often than a way to hide treasure.

Behavior Edit

Common Edit

All kinds of doors can be toggled by orbs and pressure plates. They can also be opened by the portable orb accessory, though not closed by it.

Closed doors protect the player from many enemies that can make free attacks against him, such as by the "beam attack" (aumtlich), "attack in front" (evil eyes), "attack in fron/ with back turned" (goblins), and "attack adjacent" (seep) behaviors. However, closed doors do not protect the player from enemy swords.

Adventurers can walk along the top of closed doors while standing on them.

Yellow, green, blue doors Edit

Yellow, green and blue doors can be toggled by using a key of the same color as the door or a skeleton key.

The player can also close yellow, green and blue doors by standing on them and locking them with the Lock command. This also consumes a key.

Trapdoor gates Edit

Trapdoor gates can't be toggled with any type of key, instead they toggle when all trapdoors in the room are removed.

Tar gates Edit

Tar gates can't be toggled with any type of key, instead they toggle when all tarstuff in the room is removed.

Greckle gates Edit

Greckle gates can be toggled if the player has enough greckles in his wallet. The usual toll is 10 greckles, and it is affected by the item multiplier, so later levels tend to have more expensive greckle gates. The toll can also be changed with scriping.

The player can also close greckle gates by standing on them and locking them with the Lock command. This also consumes greckles.

Scripting Edit

Doors are directly affected by one script command: Wait for door to.

Command Description
Close Select a coordinate to check if the door there is closed.
Open Select a coordinate to check if the door there is open.

This command is conjunctional with the _MyScript variables: _MyScriptX specifies the x-coordinate and _MyScriptY specifies the y-coordinate of the door being checked. The open/close argument cannot be modified with a variable.

  1. Finding the First Truth: Exit Level: Septence South Twice East -- dialogue
Game elements (RPG)
Room pieces layer FloorWallBroken wallStairsPitDoorsTrapdoorTunnelPlatformOremitesHot tilePressure plateBridge
Floor controls layer Ortho squareForce arrow
Items layer TarstuffObstacleScrollOrbBriarBombFuseTokenWeaponArmorAccessoryPower gemsLevel mapKeyHealth potionLight poleMirror
Monsters RoachRoach queenRoach eggGoblinNeatherWraithwingEvil eyeSerpentTarstuff motherTarstuff babyBrainMimicSpiderRattlesnakeAdderRock golemWater skipperAntlionAumtlichSwordsmanSoullessWubbaSeepPirateSlayerFegundoRed guardGoblin KingCharacterGray manRock giant

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