Windows Launcher

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NOTE : THE LAUNCHER MUST BE RAN AS ADMINISTRATOR MODE OTHERWISE IT WONT BE ABLE TO INSTALL SOFTWARE

Download the Arkenforge launcher to begin your journey

Please purchase Masters Toolkit from the Store, then log in through the launcher to download your copy of the Masters Toolkit!

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NOTE : THE LAUNCHER MUST BE RAN AS ADMINISTRATOR MODE OTHERWISE IT WONT BE ABLE TO INSTALL SOFTWARE

 

Minimum Recommended Specs:

  • 4Gb RAM
  • 3Gb Storage
  • Dedicated Graphics Card

Purchased software is automatically recognised, just run the launcher in Administrator mode (this is important), log in and click install for your downloads within the launcher !

 

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Step 1 : Purchase community uploaded maps – click here – they are all free.

Step 2 : Open your downloads folder, and doubleclick the downloaded zip file

Step 3 : Doubleclick the folder within the Zip file to open it up

Step 4 : Look for the .rwmap file in the file list, thats the map file we need

Step 5 : Select the item and press Alt+E or right click and select “Exctract to a specified folder”

Step 6: In the browser look for your Maps folder within your Arkenforge installation. By default its C:\Arkenforge\ArkenforgeData\Maps
If you are unsure where your installation folder is, open up your launcher, click on the “Gear” icon next to the green “ONLINE” status indicator ,click on the Installation tab,  and you will be able to see/open your Data folder :

Step 7 : Click “Ok”

Step 8 : Now you can open your map within the Master’s Toolkit, in the settings :

Step 1: Open Arkenforge Launcher

Step 2: Click on the grey gear icon next to the status indicator green “Online” text

Step 3: Click on the Installation Tab

Step 4: Click on Uninstall next to the Masters Toolkit

Step 5: Click on the Master’s Toolkit button to install

Step 6: Wait until Installation is completed

Importing the custom packs manually into the Master’s Toolkit

Once our pack is ready, we can import it via the Arkenforge Launcher.

Step 1: Click on the custom packs tab :

Step 2: Click on Import custom packs on the bottom :

Step 3:  If you downloaded Community packs, just navigate to your Downloads folder and select the pack files to import then click Select folder

Step 4: Check whether your Custom pack shows up in the list, if yes, launch the Master’s Toolkit :

 

You will need to use the  Pack creator to do so, which you can access via the main menu of the Arkenforge Launcher. Please keep in mind that the Pack creator only supports .ogg or .wav files to import, so mp3/flac files need to be converted. You can use a free converter like this (Thank you Leigh Pierce for suggesting it!).

You can check out this Tutorial video how to do this by clicking here!

If you would like to import individual instruments in a song, and then be able to control those individual instruments, just like with official assets, you will need to have an export of all audio layers in .wav or .ogg format, and name them in a specific way for easy import : Song title_Instrument name. Therefore sound files regarding to a song called “Here are the pirates” would look like this :
Here are the pirates_Drums.ogg
Here are the pirates_Violins.ogg
Here are the pirates_Flutes.ogg

Naming multi-layered songs this way will automatically group them when imported!

Step by step tutorial to import Music into a pack:

Step 1 : Create a new pack, or open an existing pack within the Pack creator, if it’s a new Pack, name it:

Step 2 : Open up your pack by clicking edit, then next:

Step 3 : Choose Soundscapes to add audio assets to your pack:

Step 4 : Click on add Songs, navigate your file browser to the folder you keep the .ogg/.wav files you wish to import! Select one by clicking, or multiple files by holding the ctrl button while clicking. If you would like to select all audio files within a folder, click the first file then hold shift, and click the last item to highlight them all, then click Open:

Step 5 : Optionally fill out the Artist name or add tags (separated by a comma) to your songs to be able to find them easier within the software. Click Save on top, and now the song is added to the pack. Scroll down to Import pack if you don’t want to put your song into a preset!

Step by step tutorial to import Ambiences into a pack:

Ambiences are seamlessly looping audio files, to create different atmospheres to your game. These files also need to be in .ogg or .wav format!

Step 1 : Click on the Ambiences tab in the Soundscapes section of your pack creator :

Step 2 : Click on Add ambiences, navigate your browser to the folder where your .ogg or .wav ambience files are. Select one file by clicking on it,  or multiple files by holding the ctrl button while clicking the selected files. If you would like to select all audio files within a folder, click the first file then hold shift, and click the last item to highlight them all, then click Open:

Step 3 : Optionally click on the Category boxes to fill out the categories, or add Tags to the ambiences (separated by commas) to find them easily in your library! Hit save on the top!

Step by step tutorial to import SFX into a pack:

SFX’s are one-off audio files, to time and add to an ambience, or place it on the Quick access SFX tab of Soundscape. These files also need to be in .ogg or .wav format!
To increase variety in your SFX, we recommend tying multiple soundfiles to a single SFX. You can achieve this by naming your files in a certain way: Filename_order. An SFX named Sword would be named like this:
Sword_1.ogg
Sword_2.ogg
Sword_3.ogg
Naming SFX this way automatically groups them at import, and ties them under one SFX button.

Step 1 : Click on the Ambiences tab in the Soundscapes section of your pack creator :

Step 2 : Click on Add SFX, navigate your browser to the folder where your .ogg or .wav ambience files are. Select one file by clicking on it,  or multiple files by holding the ctrl button while clicking the selected files. If you would like to select all audio files within a folder, click the first file then hold shift, and click the last item to highlight them all, then click Open:

Step 3 : Optionally fill out the tags (separated by a comma) to find your SFX easier within your library! Click save!

 

Adding songs to a preset

To have your presets tied into your pack and be ready for your session, you will need to create them within the pack creator.

Step 1 : After importing your Songs/Ambiences/SFXm click on the Presets tab:

Step 2: Create a new preset by clicking on the Create preset button. If you would like to create main and sub-presets, you will need to name your presets a certain way : Main preset-Sub preset. For this example we use a Tavern main preset, so all sub-presets of the Tavern : Calm,Busy,Tavern brawl – will be named like this :
Tavern-Calm
Tavern-Busy
Tavern-Tavern Brawl
This way when opening though the program, the Calm, Busy and Tavern Brawl will show up as Sub-Presets under the Tavern Preset:

Step 3:

Click on the freshly created preset, so add song, add ambience, and add sfx buttons light up. Now you are able to add sounds to your preset by clicking on those add buttons. To add a song for example from the library,  click on add song, select the song and click on the plus icon next to the song name, then hit save.

Importing the custom packs manually into the Master’s Toolkit

Once our pack is ready, we can import it via the Arkenforge Launcher.

Step 1: Click on the custom packs tab :

Step 2: Click on Import custom packs on the bottom :

Step 3: Navigate to your installation directory (Windows : C:/Arkenforge, Mac : Applications/Arkenforge) and search for the Custom Packs folder. In it you will find the .rwpack files you just created to import. If you downloaded Community packs, just navigate to your Downloads folder and select the pack files to import then click Select folder

Step 4: Check whether your Custom pack shows up in the list, if yes, launch the Master’s Toolkit :

 

Step 1: Open Arkenforge Launcher

Step 2: Click on the grey gear icon next to the status indicator green “Online” text

Step 3: Click on the Installation Tab

Step 4: Click on Uninstall next to the Masters Toolkit

Step 1: Download and Install the Arkenforge Launcher, click here to know how!

Step 2: Once setup is complete, find ArkenforgeLauncher.exe in the installed directory

Step 3: Right-click on ArkenforgeLauncher.exe and click on properties

 

Step 4: Navigate to the Compatibility tab, ensure that ‘Run this as an administrator’ is checked

Step 6: Press ‘Apply’ then OK

Step 7: Run the launcher

 

Step 1: Open Arkenforge Launcher

Step 2: Click on the grey gear icon next to the status indicator green “Online” text

Step 3: Click on the Installation Tab

Step 4: Click on Repair next to the Masters Toolkit

Step 1 : You need to purchase the Master’s Toolkit here.

Step 2: Purchase the Arkenforge Launcher for Windows or Macintosh here. (It’s free.)

Step 3: Go to the My account page on the Arkenforge website here.

Step 4: Click on Downloads.

Step 5: Click on the Launcher Download button :

Step 6: Click OK to save the file

Step 7: Once the file downloaded, navigate to the download folder, and doubleclick on the .zip file

Step 8: A new window will pop up, doubleclick on the ArkenforgeLauncherSetup folder

Step 9: Doubleclick on instructions.txt, then doubleclick on ArkenforgeLauncherSetup.msi and follow installation promts carefully stated in the txt file!

Step 1: After the purchase open your Launcher (if its already open, close and reopen it).

Step 2: Check whether your purchased pack shows up under the packs section with a black and white image:

Step 3: Click on the image

Step 4: After the installation, the image will change to the coloured version, indicating that the Pack is ready to use

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