Server Ambassador NPC

Server Ambassador NPC by Breadcat105

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  • Uploaded: 2 years ago
  • Updated: 2 years ago
  • Type: NPC
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  • Size: 4.58 KB
  • Tags: gmod, npc, fun
[table]Hello! And thank you ever so much for clicking here, this is my first(Of hopefully many) gmod Scripts. I dont believe in monetizing gmod, so I will release all my scripts on garrysmods. The NPC is straight forward, I use it on my server as an Ambassador(When you use him, a Derma menu opens with a button that says "Click me if you're new" when you click it, it opens a youtube video of my server I made as an introduction to new players, and way to explain the server) just find it under Breads_spawn. The Derma is basic, and straightforward, and everything is labeled inside the lua files, so evem someone with 0 coding experience can customize this addon. Im very proud, and excited to release my first, so stick around for more if you like it!

I strongly recommend you download the 3D2D Text Screen Adddon(https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=109643223) and make a perma textscreen of what you want your NPC as above the NPC, so players can see what it is, before using. Supports ALL gamemodes.

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This download looks like an addon. You need to extract the downloaded zip and put the addon folder in your Garry's Mod addons folder. You should end up with a directory structure similar to below:

  • steamapps
    • common
      • garrysmod
        • garrysmod
          • addons
            • ambassador_npc <-- Addon folder!
              • e.g.
              • lua
              • maps
              • materials
              • models
              • etc

Don't know where the Garry's Mod folder is or how to extract zip files? See more useful installation tips.

  • ambassador_npc/
    • authors_note.txt
    • breads_npc/
      • lua/
        • entities/
          • npc/
            • cl_init.lua
            • init.lua
            • shared.lua
    • command/
      • command.lua
      • where_to_put_command.txt

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