Latest version2.7.0
Minimum Core0.8.5
Compatible Core9
Last updated2 months ago
Created2 years ago
Languages Catalan
French (FRANCE)
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License License URL

FXMaster provides various types of effects:

  • Global effects, called Weather Effects, like rain, clouds, fog, and, snow, but also other particle effects such as crows or bats.
  • Filter Effects, including color overlays, underwater, and lightning.
  • Clickable Special Effects, using video files provided by external sources. Yes, this allows you to throw fireballs!


  • Q: I have put a special effect onto a scene, and now I can't get rid of it anymore. How do I remove it?

    A: Most likely, your created a permanently playing special effect by dragging a special effect onto the canvas, which is just a regular Tile and not managed by FXMaster. To remove it, go to the Tile Controls and remove the Tile there.

  • Q: What is the difference between Weather Effects, Filter Effects, and Special Effects?

    A: Weather effects are global particle effects. Mostly they are actually weather effects, but they also include animals and some other effects.
    Filter Effects are filters that adjust the whole scene in some way, e.g. by adjusting the color or distorting the scene to look like it's underwater.
    Special Effects are animations (video files) that can be played on your chosen location on the canvas.

  • Q: Can I provide my own effects?

    A: You can provide your own Special Effects, as described in Managing Custom Special Effects. It's not possible to provide your own Weather Effects or Filter Effects at this point.

  • Q: I have installed a module that provides additional animation files, but they are not showing up as Special Effects. What do I need to do?

    A: Some of these modules (e.g. JB2A) provide a setting to activate their integration with FXMaster, which is disabled by default. You can enable that setting in the module settings. If there is no such setting, the module may not provide direct integration with FXMaster. In that case, you can still use the animation files provided by the module, but you need to configure them by yourself as described in Managing Custom Special Effects.


Detailed instructions on how to use FXMaster can be found in the README.

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1 year ago

A handy module for anyone that likes a little bit of flash in their fights. It’s not over bearing, it’s easy to use and I am sure your players will enjoy.

11 months ago

I love this mod, but the sliders went away for me at the last update, am I doing something wrong?

10 months ago

Ever since a few updates ago the weather component is completely biffed and not functioning. Don’t think there’s an alternative weather module atm

6 months ago

The recent update (v2.0.0) should fix most of the issues. Please try it again. Sliders are back, too 😉

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