Vampire - The Masquerade Redemption
Use the command line parameter -console to start the game.
Example C:\Vampire\vampire.exe -console
Now during the game press ~ to get the console then type in one of the following command:
xp [number] - where number is the amount of xp you want.
revive - Heal, awaken, fill blood of selected
cash [number] - Add money to party
addalldisciplines - Get +2 ranks in all disciplines
addthing [item] - Get named item
freecasting - no blood required to use disciplines
god 1 - god mode for christof (god 0 - disable god
mode OR god 2 is god mode for all.
You have to switch wile typing god 2)
freeammo - Unlimited ammo
dropcashh [number] - Drop moneyy
ai - Enemy AI gone
killme - You are dead for good
vault - Get personal vault anywhere
pack - Inventory sorted
poisonme - Get poisoned
freeze - Body frozen but may travel
shapeshift [creature] - Change to creature
shapeshift - change back
totals - scene info.
framerate 1 or framerate 0 - 1 enables display, 0 hides
whereis - stats on location
stakeme - Get staked
endgame - Get ending credits
resume - resume game
pause - pause game
maxfps [framerate] - Set max framerate
diseaseme - Get diseased
damageme - Get damage
frenzyme - Get frenzied
emit [attack number] - Attack emitted from character's feet
You may also try these codes: aitrace, particles, heads, loadpath, savepath, say, statustest,
changescene, advance, changechronicle, getcls, combatmessages, scaleme, embraceme, *aura,
camtest, setsoak, getchronflag, setchronflag, clearchronflag, netstat, read, shell, emit,
roomtype, autoswitchtest, enemycount, throwgib, setdetect, sethide, hands, stcmd, team,
maxopenedlocs, noitemstatchecks, endgame, pack.
Jump to Level or Waypoint:
Use the "Jump" code to instantly jump to areas within the game. Place a # after the level
name to jump to waypoints on that level.
ie: "Jump Monastery2" and "Jump Monastery2 1".
NOTE: This will update your auto-save if you change to a different level.
Submitted by: nightraider
If you cannot save at a particular location, enter a
gate to another waypoint. The game will auto-save and
allow you to load from this point if you die.
Note: To enabling saving at a particular location,
update the game to v1.1.
Free Junk on Multiplayer Mode:
Submitted by: Dj Simo
First you must join a room. Then create a game, it doesnt matter which but it must have
storyteller mode on. After you have started the game go to the story teller mode and click
on the chest icon. This way you can spawn money, weapons, or anything else in the game.
Whenever you gain any experience, put most of it towards you Manipulation stat. This is
allows you to buy items from the shops at smaller prices and also allows you to sell your
items at higher prices. When your Manipulation is at about 80, you can sell items back to
the stores at the same price they are worth. At any higher level (the highest being 100)
you can buy an item and sell it back for more than you paid for it. Keep doing this
repeatedly until you have as much money as desired.
This can only be done later in the game. First, you must become a vampire. Once done,
start putting all your experience points into your common disciplines. Only put one
point into each ability until you have gotten the discipline "Awaken". This allows you
to bring back one person (enemy or partner) back from the dead. Note: You cannot use it
on yourself. Whenever you have killed an enemy, you can have them reborn using Awaken.
However they will only have a fraction of their health and are easy to kill. You will
gain the same amount of experience points for everyone in your party each time you kill
them. This trick takes up a lot of your blood; make sure to stock up. Once you learn the
Tome Of Blood Magic, put all your experience into your "Theft Of Vitae" discipline.
This allows you to instantly take a great amount of blood from the enemy. Once you kill
an enemy, Awaken them and quickly use Theft Of Vitae to refill your blood meter. Then,
kill them again for the experience. Repeat this process to gain as much experience as
desired. Note: This will take a long time to do. It is best used on an enemy that offers
a lot of experience points. Tremere Lords (the mages in green robes) offer 500 for each
kill. Either that, or a Boss are perfect for use.
West Side Story reference:
The Downtown area produces errors in the console relating to different types of NPCs
on the streets, specifically "jet" and "shark." These two types of NPCs are thugs that
will randomly attack each other. The Jets and Sharks were two rival gangs in West Side
Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy reference:
In Hollywood, go to the Ground Zero Internet cafe. Look on the wall to the left just as
you enter. There is a poster near a door advertising a game called "Space Tennis Online",
which seems to be a spoof of a multi-player version of Pong. If you look closely, a player
on the left is "Arthur", and one in the bottom right is "Zaphod". These are both names of
characters in Douglas Adams's book "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy". Another player
name on the left looks suspiciously like "TROGDOR", which is also the name of a character
of sorts in the Homestar Runner web cartoons.
Submitted by: Matheus Pinto Monteiro
Use one of the following entries with the addthing code:
Submitted by: Lars K. Skogrand
You have only 12 savegame slots through the entire game, that you cannot save on twice.
When you have used all of the slots, remember the last used saveslot. Then just go to your
Vampires folder, then enter the SaveGames folder, then delete the savegames you don't need
(don't delete 'The Current' and 'SP0' files, and you shouldn't delete your last saved game)
Tip: don't rename your savegames in the game, then you can't delete them.
Submitted by: Kaja
I succesfully created the console, but then I couldnt get the little black box by using ~ so
I got disapointed and started to press some keys and surpriseingly worked and the little black