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Submitted by Jonathan T. McClain on 02.14.2008 (751 Downloads)
Spawns an image of the monster being displayed and is consistent! never fails and you know what you might shoot yourself if you saw how easy it was.

//Just copy and paste to the template/fight.php file and upload your own images
//of monsters but be sure to name the image files the same as the monster names.


$template = <<<THEVERYENDOFYOU

<table width="100%">

<tr><td class="title"><img src="images/title_fighting.gif" alt="Fighting" /></td></tr>


You are fighting a <b>{{monstername}}</b><br /><br />

<img src="your/directory/{{monstername}}.filetype"/>
<br />
<br />





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Posted by masterofollies on 02.14.2008
Your description doesn't make sense at all. You need to describe it more rather then posting a coding.
Posted by Whiz on 02.15.2008
It makes sense, if you read his post in the DS forum.  The above code calls an image that has the same name as the monster you are fighting.  Simply upload an image with the appropriate name and path, and ta-da, a monster image.
Posted by masterofollies on 02.15.2008
I don't like DS
Posted by Noramros on 01.22.2009
You whine a lot, masterofollies
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