IMPORTANT ------------------ You need Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 or higher, otherwise the trainer will crash. You can download it here: www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=21 (You must install it only once)
Using this Trainer ------------------ Launch the trainer first, then launch the Game and then Press F1 at the Main Menu. Listen for "Trainer Activated". Press desired hotkey (trainer) and/or click on the upcoming green mark/arrow next to the value you've selected (editor) to change
Options (Trainer) -------
Numpad 1: Unlimited Resources Numpad 2: Unlimited Spell Points Numpad 3: Set Hero's Attack To 99 Numpad 4: Set Hero's Defense To 99 Numpad 5: Set Hero's Power To 99 Numpad 6: Set Hero's Knowledge To 99
Notes ------- - Unlimited Resources: After activated, visit kingdom's overview.
- Unlimited Spell Points Visit your hero's overview page first by left clicking on the hero's icon/symbol ingame. Press hotkey and visit the page again to
see the changes.
- Set Hero's [STATS] To 99: Visit your hero's overview page first by left clicking on the hero's icon/symbol ingame. Press hotkey and visit the page again to
see the changes.
Customize Hotkeys ------- Change hotkeys directly on the trainer/editor by selecting your desired hotkey via a drop down menu. To save hotkeys press right mouse button on a hotkey and press save button on context menu. A file will be created inside of the trainer/editor directory. If this file is missing or damaged the standard hotkey setup will
Was hoping someone (PWiz or 0x90) could provide additional insight on a problem I'm having...
Env Details: Windows 8 (not 8.1) .Net 4.5 .Net 3.x enabled in control panel features AV disabled
Click the .exe and I get a "window" I've never seen one of the trainers present. It says "Click to Start Program" with an OK button.
Subsequently the standard "windows is confused" window pops up asking me how I want to open the .tmp file that just got generated.
A temp file is being dropped into %Profile%\UserData\Local\Temp.
It's weird it is as if the .exe is loading the little winform, but when it tries to actually load anything for the program it's unable to do so and I'm guessing the "click to..." message is some default error handling...? IDK. I'm hoping that there is something I can easily tweak that will fix it.
I've tried rebooting, deleting the temp file, setting up AV exceptions (even though it is disabled) etc., etc. not sure what else to try.