Another Duelling grounds hack?


#1

I have recently found that some players like Themasterluke and Bjalla who give me an error, which I can’t seem to be able to fix, even if I comment all my code.

This is my code


def summonArmy(target):
    if hero.canCast("earthskin", hero):
        hero.cast("earthskin", hero)
    if hero.canCast("summon-burl", target):
        hero.cast("summon-burl")
    if hero.canCast("summon-undead", target):
        hero.cast("summon-undead")
    
def summonSoldiers():
    if hero.gold > hero.costOf("soldier"):
        hero.summon("soldier")

def commandArmy(target):
    soldiers = hero.findByType("soldier")
    for soldier in soldiers:
        if soldier and soldier.team == "ogres":
            if target:
                hero.command(soldier, "attack", target)

def findBestCorpse(corpses):
    bestCorpse = None
    bestValue = 0
    corpsesIndex = 0
    # Loop over the items array.
    # Find the item with the highest valueOverDistance()
    while corpsesIndex < len(corpses):
        corpse = corpses[corpsesIndex]
        corpseValue = corpse.maxHealth / hero.distanceTo(corpse)
        if corpseValue > bestValue:
            bestCorpse = corpse
            bestValue = corpseValue
        corpsesIndex += 1
    return bestCorpse

def findLunch():
    enemies = hero.findEnemies()
    enemyIndex = 0
    lunch = None
    closestLunch = 9999
    while enemyIndex < len(enemies):
        potentialLunch = enemies[enemyIndex]
        if potentialLunch:
            distance = hero.distanceTo(potentialLunch)
        if potentialLunch.health <= 200 and distance < closestLunch:
            lunch = potentialLunch
            closestLunch = distance
        enemyIndex += 1
    return lunch

def findEnemyHero():
    enemies = hero.findEnemies()
    enemyIndex = 0
    enemyHero = None 
    maxHealth = 0
    while enemyIndex < len(enemies):
        enemy = enemies[enemyIndex]
        if enemy.maxHealth > maxHealth and enemy.type != "decoy":
            enemyHero = enemy
            maxHealth = enemy.maxHealth
        enemyIndex += 1
    return enemyHero
    
def getAway(enemyHero):
    aboveAndRightPoint = {"x": hero.pos.x - 5, "y": hero.pos.y - 5}
    aboveAndLeftPoint = {"x": hero.pos.x + 5, "y": hero.pos.y - 5}
    belowAndRightPoint = {"x": hero.pos.x - 5, "y": hero.pos.y + 5}
    belowAndLeftPoint = {"x": hero.pos.x + 5, "y": hero.pos.y + 5}
    if enemyHero and hero.distanceTo(enemyHero) < 20:
        isLeft = hero.pos.x  > enemyHero.pos.x
        # Above: enemy.pos.y is greater than hero.pos.y
        isAbove = hero.pos.y < enemyHero.pos.y
        # Right: enemy.pos.x is greater than hero.pos.x
        isRight = enemyHero.pos.x > hero.pos.x
        # Below: enemy.pos.y is less than hero.pos.y
        isBelow = enemyHero.pos.y < hero.pos.y
        # If enemy isAbove and isLeft:
      
        if isLeft and isAbove and hero.isPathClear(hero.pos, aboveAndLeftPoint):
            hero.move(aboveAndLeftPoint)
        # If enemy isAbove and isRight:
       
        if isAbove and isRight and hero.isPathClear(hero.pos, aboveAndRightPoint):
            hero.move(aboveAndRightPoint)
        # If enemy isBelow and isLeft:
       
        if isBelow and isLeft and hero.isPathClear(hero.pos, belowAndLeftPoint):
            hero.move(belowAndLeftPoint)
        # If enemy isBelow and isRight:
        if isBelow and isRight and hero.isPathClear(hero.pos, belowAndRightPoint):
            hero.move(belowAndRightPoint)

def findSacrifice():
    friends = hero.findFriends()
    friendIndex = 0
    sacrifice = None
    while friendIndex < len(friends):
        potentialSacrifice = friends[friendIndex]
        if potentialSacrifice:
            distance = hero.distanceTo(potentialSacrifice)
        if potentialSacrifice.type == "soldier" and distance < 20:
            sacrifice = potentialSacrifice
        elif potentialSacrifice.type == "skeleton":
            sacrifice = potentialSacrifice
        elif potentialSacrifice.health < 100:
            sacrifice = potentialSacrifice
        elif potentialSacrifice.type == "burl":
            sacrifice = potentialSacrifice
        friendIndex += 1
    return sacrifice

def findRecipient():
    burls = hero.findByType("burl")
    burlIndex = 0
    bestBurl = None
    bestHealth = 0
    while burlIndex < len(burls):
        burl = burls[burlIndex]
        if burl and burl.health > bestHealth:
            bestHeatlh = burl.health
            bestBurl = burl
        burlIndex += 1
    return bestBurl

def enemyHeroTarget(friends, enemyHero):
    enemyHeroTarget = None
    for i in friends:
        friend = friends[i]
        if enemyHero.target == friend:
            enemyHeroTarget == friend
    return enemyHeroTarget

def summonAndCommandArmy(target):
    summonArmy(target)
    summonSoldiers()
    commandArmy(target)

def maybeSacrifice(soldier):
    if soldier and  enemyHero:
        if hero.isReady("sacrifice") and enemyHero.health > hero.health:
            hero.cast("sacrifice", soldier)

def eatLunch(lunch):
    if lunch:
        if lunch.distanceTo(enemyHero) > 10 and hero.isReady("devour"):
            while lunch.health > 0:
                hero.move(lunch.pos)
                hero.devour(lunch)

def spellBook(enemyHero, distance, spell):
    if enemyHero:
        if enemyHero.hasEffect("hide"):
            hero.say("Where are you?")
        if hero.canCast(spell, enemyHero):
            if hero.distanceTo(enemyHero) < distance:
                hero.cast(spell, enemyHero)   

def unholyMagic(bestCorpse, soldier):
    maybeSacrifice(soldier)
    raiseDead(bestCorpse)

def castSpells(enemyHero):
    #cast fear
    spellBook(enemyHero, 25, "fear")
    # cast poisoncloud 
    spellBook(enemyHero, 30, "poison-cloud")
    # cast chain-lightning
    spellBook(enemyHero, 50, "chain-lightning")

def raiseDead(bestCorpse):
    if bestCorpse and hero.canCast("raise-dead", bestCorpse):
        hero.move(bestCorpse.pos)
        hero.cast("raise-dead")

def attackEnemyHero(target):
    if target:
        distance = hero.distanceTo(target)
        if distance < 50 and not target.hasEffect("hide"):
            if hero.health > 3000:
                hero.attack(target)
        
def warriorTactics(target, soldier, lunch, bestCorpse):
    unholyMagic(bestCorpse, soldier)
    summonAndCommandArmy(target)
    eatLunch(lunch)
    castSpells(target)
    attackEnemyHero(target)

def shapeShift():
    while True:
        enemyHero = findEnemyHero()
        if pet.isReady("shape-shift") and enemyHero:
            if pet.distanceTo(enemyHero) > 5:
                pet.moveXY(enemyHero.pos.x - 2, enemyHero.pos.y)
            else:
                pet.shapeShift()

hero.moveXY(hero.pos.x + 5, hero.pos.y)
pet.on("spawn", shapeShift)
while True:
    skeleton = pet.findNearestByType("skeleton")
    friends = hero.findFriends()
    enemies = hero.findEnemies()
    enemy = hero.findNearestEnemy()
    corpses = hero.findCorpses()
    bestCorpse = findBestCorpse(corpses)
    enemyHero = findEnemyHero()
    soldier = findSacrifice()
    lunch = findLunch()
    burl = findRecipient()
    warriorTactics(enemyHero, soldier, lunch, bestCorpse)
    getAway(enemy)
    getAway(enemyHero)

I have tried systematically commenting out every single line of code, and I can’t find the source of the problem. It seems odd that the only time I get these errors I’m fighting against players with very low health, and always Tharin or Anya. It’s also always the same error.

As I said, I tried to find the error, but couldn’t find it. If any one can see it, apologies to the players who I’m accusing, but it looks suspiciously similar to the hero.defeat() method. Any help would be much appreciated,

Brenin Llwyd.


#2

This often happens when the other side does enemy.attack(enemy)


#3

Can you link to some session links where you are playing against an enemy and getting this error? That’ll help me find them faster. Thanks!


#4

@SuperSmacker is cheating @nick


#5

even if i shield this happens


#6

Only thing i do is attack. I cant use my strategy


#8

@Enderlord832 is right. I did use the enemy.attack(enemy) to test if there is really a glitch.


#9

@SuperSmacker can you remove that part because we don’t want cheaters in any of the multiplayer games.


#10

Okay sure, I just want to see how people defeat me before I remove it


#11

Thanks, @SuperSmacker.


#12

Seems like the only winning strategy is for the enemy to abuse the glitch first :stuck_out_tongue:


#13

Yeah, but I trust you to not use it anymore. The devs might block you because you cheated in it. :open_mouth:


#14

I don’t really care if I get banned. I already learned everything I could ever learn from code combat.


#15

But did you remove your cheater code? If you did, I bet they won’t ban you.


#16

I learned that I’ll get a even lower score in multiplayer if I do that.


#17

So you stopped using it right? :wink:


#18

Here is the link.

Thanks for the quick reply.


#19

I never used attack. I think he did enemy.attack()


#20

i didn’t even know you could command enemies, shouldn’t it be removed?


#21

It doesn’t work this happens @SuperSmacker