Wiki Needs your HELP!


#1

Hi, guys I updated the Wiki a bit but I need some help.

Can anyone get me the ALL MANA symbol as a RAW .png? The one on “Prismatic Orb” Weapon or When the game is loading in the right bottom corner. I am asking for that because I can only find THIS one in the game files.

Then I added some Troops but because I already Acended them, I can’t enter the right numbers:
The Devoted
Infernal King

And one last Question, when I am editing Traits and there is a Trait not added yet like here:
Venoxia
but the page is created:
Miasma
how can I put it in without the “MISSING” ?


#2

All the mana symbols can be found on ashtender.com.

Here they are:


Not updated list, check comment for info!
#3

All troop information can be found in the Gems of War Database here:
http://ashtender.com/gems/troops

The two troops you were asking about are:
http://ashtender.com/gems/troops/the-devoted
http://ashtender.com/gems/troops/infernal-king


#4

Thank You!
I will edit them ASAP!


#5

Do you have the image of the Mana Gems, maybe in a higher resolution?

because 32x32 is a bit low.


#6

Sure, here’s a higher-res list:


#7

Thank you soo much!


#8

hi, me again
I just noticed, what happend on some gems? like here:

or here:

because i found some gems not with these in it:


#9

no answer?


#10

No idea, sorry.


#11

do you know somehow I can get the gems out from the game itself?
some sourcecode or something?


#12

All the images are available in the game assets. Feel free to extract them using whatever image tool you have at your disposal.


#13

these?:


#14

Those are the data files, not the image files, but they’re nearby. Search for .png and .jpeg files a bit higher up and you’ll find them really fast.


#15

do you mean in the Graphics folder???
because there AREN’T the Gems I need


#16

You might need to find a tool that can open .atf files, there might not be a .png file readily available.


#17

ya, I tried to do it with atf2png, but it doesn’t work…
I don’t know what’s wrong


#18

I just double-checked, and the source images have those same artifacts, it’s not due to how I imported them from the game files. What you’re looking at is an artifact of DXT5 compression, which is a lossy compression algorithm that does poorly with large color variance over a small (4x4-pixel) sample space – exactly the kind of sharp contrast you see at the edges between mana colors. I’m afraid the only solution is to manually fix up the images in an editor.


#19

I’ve uploaded a tool I created for use with ATF decompression here:

http://ashtender.com/gems/misc/atf2png.zip

It requires .NET 4.6 runtime to be installed, which you can get here if you don’t already have it.