For Black Book players, this guide is about how to edit your savegame to make life easier. You can change your Money, your Skillpoints and even how much of each Herb you have in your inventory
Since this is a singleplayer game, it’s up to y’all to decide if you want to cheat or not, either way it isn’t hurting anyone.
Cheat Engine sadly doesn’t work, or at least not without advanced knowledge, but luckily there’s a real simple way:
The savegames are saved in plain text, so you can edit them with Notepad++ (or another tool, but take care that it is one that doesn’t change the formatting and automatically backups the original).
You can find the “savefile”-file at %AppData%\LocalLow\Morteshka\Black Book\Saves
The first entry is always your most recent Autosave.
How to change your available Money
Search for the term “CurrentMoney”, which you can on the first screen after opening the savefile in Notepad++.
You can freely change the value you find there; I’ve personally tested it up to a five digit value, and that works with only slight display issues on Vendor screens, which do not affect the functionality however.
How to change the number of Herbs in your Inventory
“HerbsOrder”Here you’ll see the numbers corresponding to the types of herbs you are currently carrying; don’t worry, you don’t need to figure out which herb is linked to what number, you simply need to look at the numbers themselves, and compare them to the “Items” : [-list directly above this section.
For every corresponding Number, you can set the Value to anything you like; I’ve personally tested it up to 4 digits, i.e. 1000+ works fine with the UI and game.
How to change your available Skill Points
“SpentSkillPoints”.Make sure you are searching in the FORWARD direction from the top to find the correct entry for the Autosave!
If the Value is shown as “0”, that means you currently have 0 Skill Points.
To get 5 Skill Points, set it to 5, and so on.
That’s all we are sharing today in Black Book How to Edit your Money, Skill Points and Herbs, if you have anything to add, please feel free to leave a comment below, you can also read the original article here, all the credits goes to the original author Homer Morisson