Back between 2012 and 2015 it was essential to immediate load scripts like NPC talk and Hold up item. Since they added so much more to the quest with not much effort.
What are the scripts nowadays that one should immediately install into the quest file when starting almost any type of quest?
Feel free to not read further if you only want to reply on the topic question and not read my usual eternal-flowing thoughts on everything and anything.
I'm just curious, I don't intend to start another now. Only asking to see how things stand.
In fact, stopping to make quests was motivated in big part by that using the engine and its possibilities well requires terribly much scripting, loading of pre-made scripts and setting up FFCs on almost each screen to be loaded with scripts (just as how I did in BBV), which was annoying since as I know there's still no a good IDE and exception handling, which means it takes too long to write, load and compile the scripts and if you download more libraries it's long to merge them and if there's some error, it always was hell to debug the true reason. Not to mention that if there's an FFC with numbers in its argument slots, nothing indicates what parameter is what, so one needs to minimize ZQ, open the scrip file and look up the parameter list directly. And if the number is the ID of any enemy or item, one needs to scrool through the entire item list or enemy list to see which is it, since they are listed alphabetically.
Though I'm straying more than more from the original question with mentioning that instead of adding more and more amazing features between 2006 and now, the usability should have been improved first, with ordering and search in the lists, etc. Even the copy feature is kinda new, with appearing in some 2012 as a convoluted "press this and hold that and press another thing to copy this enemy if maybe it works" method and only since then introducing the "right click, copy" method if I remember well.
Look at that! First general post I make in some two years and how much I stray from the topic again. Best not to make a habit again from my posting here.