Ammo

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Type: AMMO
Papyrus: Ammo Script, ObjectReference Script

The Ammo object is used by Weapons that shoot Projectiles. The Ammo object is found within the Object Window under the Items Category.

Editor Dialog[edit | edit source]

Ammo Editor.png

  • ID: The ID, also referred to as Editor ID, is used by the Creation Kit to uniquely identify this record within a Data File.
  • Name: The object's name as it will appear within the game world and user interface menus.
  • Short Name: Optionally, a shorter name used on the HUD and for Text Replacement fields that specify the short name. If left blank the full Name is used.
  • Value: The object's value in caps which determines its worth to vendors.
  • Health: The object's base health.
  • Damage: The amount of damage caused by this object.
  • Weight: The weight of this object which represents how heavy it is.
  • Projectile: The Projectile to use.
  • Shell Casing:
  • Ignores Normal Weapon Resistance:
  • Has Count Based 3D:
  • Playable: If checked, this object will be usable by the player. The object may be visible in user interface menus or usable when encountered within the game world.
  • Bolt:
  • Pickup Sound: The Sound Descriptor played when the object is picked up.
  • Putdown Sound: The Sound Descriptor played when the object is dropped.
  • Description: The object's description as it will appear within user interface menus.
  • Inventory Image: The Texture File to use for an inventory image. This property is depreciated, obsolete, or does not appear to be used by the game.
  • Message Icon: The Texture File that will be used for this object's message icon. This property is depreciated, obsolete, or does not appear to be used by the game.
  • Model: The 3D Model File that will be used for this object.
  • Preview Transform: A Transform applies positioning to a Model File. These may be used when previewing objects within the Creation Kit or in-game user interface menus.
  • Add Destruction Data: Allows you to configure the objects destruction data with the Destructible Object Data editor.
  • Keywords: A list of Keywords that signal information to other Game Systems.

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