Explosion

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Type: EXPL
Papyrus: Explosion Script

The Explosion object is found within the Object Window under the SpecialEffect Category.

Editor Dialog[edit | edit source]

Explosion 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.
  • Force: The amount of force applied to havok enabled objects. Force will also affect ragdolled Actors.
  • Damage: The amount of damage applied by this explosion.
  • Inner Radius: Defines the radius of this explosion's effects which include the Light, Impact Data Set, and Sounds.
  • Outer Radius: Defines the radius of damage caused, Enchantment effects, and objects affected by the explosion's force.
  • IS Radius: Defines the radius in which an Imagespace Modifier is applied.
  • Vertical Offset Mult:
  • Placed Object AutoFade Delay:
  • Flags
    • Chain:
    • Always Uses World Orientation: Explosion effects are oriented upward.
    • Ignore LOS Check:
    • Push Explosion Source Ref Only:
    • Ignore Imagespace Swap:
    • No Controller Vibration:
    • Placed Object Persists:
    • Skip Underwater Test:
  • Knock Down Living Actors
    • Always:
    • By Formula:
    • NPCs only:
    • Never:
  • Art File: The Model File file to be used.
  • Stagger: The stagger type to apply to an Actor.
    • Small
    • Medium
    • Large
    • Extra Large
  • Light: The Light to use.
  • Enchantment: The Enchantment to use.
  • Sound 1:
  • Sound 2:
  • IS Mod:
  • Impact Data Set:
  • Sound Level:
  • Placed Object: Optional object to be placed at the explosion's impact location. Note! Objects of type Hazard (HRZD) seems to not run the attached spell when the hazard is placed this way. The solution is to first place an explosion object that places the hazard. The reason for this behavior is unknown.
  • Spawn
    • Projectile: The Projectile to use.
    • Vector
      • X:
      • Y:
      • Z:
    • Spread Degrees:
    • Count:

See Also[edit | edit source]