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The console is an in-game command line tool that allows you to perform functions which are not normally possible.

Note: It is very important to note that all codes have the ability to potentially break your game/saves. Use the console with caution and remember to back up your saved games.

In-Game Console Edit

Enabling The ConsoleEdit

MacintoshEdit

To enable the console, browse to and open the file ...Preferences\Vampire Bloodlines Preferences\config.

Paste the following at the end of the document.

[appdefaults\\vampire.exe\\transgaming]
"cmdlineadd" = "-console 1"

WindowsEdit

To add "-console" to the shortcut command line, go to your Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines shortcut (by default placed on your desktop), right-click it, click properties, navigate to the "Shortcut" tab, and in the "Target" field add -console at the end of the line. Be sure that there is a single space between the last quotation mark and the hyphen. It should look something like this:

"...\Vampire - Bloodlines\vampire.exe" -console

SteamEdit

In your Steam's library, right click Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines under "My Games" to access Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines - Properties. In the settings under the "General" tab, click SET LAUNCH OPTIONS... and enter -console into the empty field.

Accessing the consoleEdit

To open the console, press the "~" (tilde key) button in the top left corner of your keyboard. Note that you must run the game from the altered shortcut, and by no other means; i.e. auto run from the DVD or using the Start Menu.

Console commandsEdit

Type the following commands into the console after activating it.

Command Effect
blood Sets player character's blood pool to

approximately 75% full

blood # Sets player character's blood pool to

indicated amount

cmdlist List console commands
debug_infinite_ammo 2 Infinite ammo for all weapons except flamethrower
giftxp # Get experience points
give item_a_ Spawn clothing; cursor up or down to scroll console list
give item_g_ Spawn item; cursor up or down to scroll console list
give item_m_ Spawn money item; cursor up or down to scroll console list
give item_p_ Spawn vampire artifact or book; cursor up or down to scroll console list
give item_w_ Spawn weapon; cursor up or down to scroll console list
give [item] Spawn indicated item
god [or] godmode Enable invincibility
impulse 101 Gives all weapons, ammo and clothing
money # Increases all female characters' breast size by the indicated amount. Default 1.00, max 3.00
noclip Disable clipping mode, enabling you to walk through walls.
notarget Invisible to everyone
quit Exit to desktop
vitems List items that can be spawned
vchar_edit_histories 1 Edit player character's history during character creation
vskip_intro Skip beginning sequence
vstats buy Use up any xp pooled from the "vstats sell" code
vstats sell Sell off dots in any attribute for experience points [Note]
vstats get [stat] [0-5] Set indicated attribute to indicated value
vstats get automatic_soak_successes [1-10] Add indicated value to all soak rolls
vstats get automatic_str_successes [1-10] Add indicated value to unarmed and melee combat feat rolls
Note: For example, if your character has 3 dots in Auspex, vstats sell Auspex 3 will convert your dots into 35 xp (the cost of buying 3 dots of Auspex). This is useful for changing the default starting disciplines of your character.
Stat Names

Use one of the following values with the "vstats get [stat] [0-5]" code:

Item Names

Use one of the following values with the "give [item]" code:

  • item_a_body_armor
  • item_a_hvy_cloth
  • item_a_hvy_leather
  • item_a_lt_cloth
  • item_a_lt_leather
  • item_d_holy_light
  • item_g_astrolite
  • item_g_bloodpack
  • item_g_bluebloodpack
  • item_g_drugs_pill_bottle
  • item_g_eldervitaepack
  • item_g_keyring
  • item_g_lilly_diary
  • item_g_lockpick
  • item_g_wallet
  • item_i_written
  • item_m_money_clip
  • item_m_money_envelope
  • item_m_wallet
  • item_p_gargoyle_talisman
  • item_p_occult_blood_buff
  • item_p_occult_dexterity
  • item_p_occult_dodge
  • item_p_occult_experience
  • item_p_occult_frenzy
  • item_p_occult_hacking
  • item_p_occult_heal_rate
  • item_p_occult_lockpicking
  • item_p_occult_obfuscate
  • item_p_occult_passive_durations
  • item_p_occult_presence
  • item_p_occult_regen
  • item_p_occult_strength
  • item_p_occult_thaum_damage
  • item_p_research_hg_computers
  • item_p_research_hg_dodge
  • item_p_research_hg_firearms
  • item_p_research_hg_melee
  • item_p_research_lg_computers
  • item_p_research_lg_dodge
  • item_p_research_lg_firearms
  • item_p_research_lg_stealth
  • item_p_research_mg_brawl
  • item_p_research_mg_finance
  • item_p_research_mg_melee
  • item_p_research_mg_security
  • item_p_runwonted_rules
  • item_w_baseball_bat
  • item_w_baton
  • item_w_bush_hook
  • item_w_claws
  • item_w_claws_protean4
  • item_w_claws_protean5
  • item_w_colt_anaconda
  • item_w_crossbow
  • item_w_crossbow_flaming
  • item_w_deserteagle
  • item_w_fireaxe
  • item_w_fists
  • item_w_flamethrower
  • item_w_glock_17c
  • item_w_ithaca_m_37
  • item_w_katana
  • item_w_knife
  • item_w_mac_10
  • item_w_occultblade
  • item_w_osnndotnet
  • item_w_remington_m_700
  • item_w_severed_arm
  • item_w_sledgehammer
  • item_w_steyr_aug
  • item_w_supershotgun
  • item_w_thirtyeight
  • item_w_tire_iron
  • item_w_torch
  • item_w_tzimisce3_claw
  • item_w_unarmed
  • item_w_uzi

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