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While we're at it - isn't there a save/load mod for Wiz6/7?
It's just a bit annoying having to quit the game everytime I want to load.
Also, loading straight from the combat would be even more awesome :) Right now when I feel my party is gonna be wiped out, the fastest way is to alt-tab to Windows, quit the game and restart. Which is just too old-school for my tastes :)
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MrPopo: I was originally trying to find something that would let me just set the stats I needed for the classes I wanted, but then I noticed that Cosmic Forge has a "cheat" to increase the average random roll. When I applied that I was able to get every character I wanted in a couple of rolls (which included a Ninja) and it left things feeling "fair".
I've had trouble getting Cosmic Forge to work with Wizardry Gold. I've tried applying the 'resting' patch and it says:

'Failed to get length of the file c:\GOG Games\Wizardry 6 and 7\Wizardry 7 Gold\wizard.exe'

Details:
The System cannot find the file specified

Any thoughts?

Just to add: when I start up cosmic forge it says 'Failed to load game information;

It's clearly thinking it isnt being pointed to the correct location, but it loads the wiz 7 editor (as opposed to another version) and I can access all the editors and change stuff, it just doesnt save at all
Post edited May 27, 2013 by bigbadbeef
with the mad god's editor I got the same result. Wizedit gave me probs due to my rig being 64 bit.
Argh.
I used bane edit through dosbox to edit my characters.

Just remember to amend your file path to what doz box calls it.

ie i couldn't mount "d:\Wizardry 6 and 7\Wizardry 6\wizard.exe'

but when i mounted d:\ i noticed ot cut down the directory names to 8 digits

re D:\wizard~1\wizard~1\wizard.exe
Hi, I would like to edit my Wiz 7 save game files as well.

But, the link provided above and all the links I have found to Wiz 7 editors do not run in 64bit Windows 7.
I tried compatibility mode, didn't work.
I looked into running a virtual Win XP emulator overtop Win 7, but I cant install that with the home version :(

Does anyone have a link to an editor that works on 64bit Win 7?

I had to resort to Hex editing my files to change the attributes but would rather use an editor and I want to get back some items I lost.

Thanks!
Post edited November 12, 2013 by gammawaves
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gammawaves: Hi, I would like to edit my Wiz 7 save game files as well.

But, the link provided above and all the links I have found to Wiz 7 editors do not run in 64bit Windows 7.
I tried compatibility mode, didn't work.
I looked into running a virtual Win XP emulator overtop Win 7, but I cant install that with the home version :(

Does anyone have a link to an editor that works on 64bit Win 7?

I had to resort to Hex editing my files to change the attributes but would rather use an editor and I want to get back some items I lost.

Thanks!
WizEdit works great but you have to run the program through Dosbox to get around the 64bit requirement.
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gammawaves: Hi, I would like to edit my Wiz 7 save game files as well.

But, the link provided above and all the links I have found to Wiz 7 editors do not run in 64bit Windows 7.
I tried compatibility mode, didn't work.
I looked into running a virtual Win XP emulator overtop Win 7, but I cant install that with the home version :(

Does anyone have a link to an editor that works on 64bit Win 7?

I had to resort to Hex editing my files to change the attributes but would rather use an editor and I want to get back some items I lost.

Thanks!
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jamesjeb: WizEdit works great but you have to run the program through Dosbox to get around the 64bit requirement.
DosBox is not necessary. Just right click on the .exe and set compatibility mode to Windows XP.