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Year 12 Day 120 16:01
I was wondering can you make an NPC fly a ship. Also what about a droid


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Year 12 Day 120 18:00
Kavac La`Cthulhu

Currently you do not need an NPC pilot in a ship to have it be your wingman. There has been talk of changing that in the future.

Here's what you can have NPC-wingmanned:

NPC Ships: Any Fighters-Class, Lambda Shuttle, DX-9 Dropship, Delta-Class JV-7 Escort Shuttle, Sentinel-class Landing Craft.
NPC Vehicles: Ground Vehicles-Class, Speeders-Class.

In your inventory under Manage Piloted, you should have options in the action drop-down to Set Controller. Any ships assigned to you as pilot that are the same type as the one you're actually flying may be set to NPC Controlled, which means they'll follow you around where ever you go. for example: You're flying a Y-Wing. You can have up to 11 other Y-Wings set to follow you.

The shuttles in the ships are squad size 3, while everything else in that list if I recall correctly are squad size 12. Someone feel free to correct if I'm wrong.


If you are a race that cannot fly something due to restrictions, you can not stick an NPC in the cockpit to get around that. There is a different form of NPC Transport that is like taking a space bus for that, found in starports.



As for droids, they can't tell the ship to fly for you either, but having one in the cockpit while you're flying a ship lets you leave the room and they'll make sure the ship continues going where you told it.

Hopefully that covers it. Any further questions?


Year 12 Day 121 14:31
Thanks


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Year 12 Day 126 13:31
...and if you want your NPC to fly your ship to another destination then you are going to fly. Does this work? If yes, please tell me how.

thanks a lot
Ham Leth


Year 12 Day 126 17:34
If you are asking can you tell an NPC to fly somewhere and then you fly after it, no. THey only follow you, they cannot fly on their own. At the moment.


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