Editors Note 7/10/18: This post has been updated to reflect the new methods for getting WotF to work on TTS
What is TTS?
If you’re new to the online Destiny scene, you may wonder what this TTS thing is that everyone is always raving about. TTS stands for Table Top Simulator, which is a game you can purchase on Steam that, you guessed it, simulates playing various table top games.
If you don’t have it already, you can purchase TTS here. It’s actually on sale for 50% off at the time of this post!
After you have purchased, install and start TTS.
When you create a single or multiplayer game, a new screen will pop up asking you what game you would like to load. The 3rd row down will show you options from the Steam Workshop, as you can see here:
As you can see, you have the option to select the Destiny mod if you are subscribed to it. If you are not subscribed yet, click here and select the Subscribe button (it will be a big green button below the main image). Once selected, the game will load the appropriate table and scripts.
UPDATE 7/10/18 – The original mod listed above has not been updated with new cards in a while, and the original creator has been unreachable. Luckily, our friend AgentElrond in Discord has set up a new mod that includes everything you need and works with the new cards. You can find the new mod by clicking here. However, if you want to continue using the old mod, you can take the steps below to add WotF cards to your game.
Adding WotF Spoilers
OK, so you’ve got the mod loaded, and you’re ready to play. That’s great! However, you’re going to have to take a few more steps if you want to get the Way of the Force spoilers loaded in as well.
First off, a huge shout out to our friends at Destiny Down Under, and ganondork for putting the necessary files together for us!
OK so the first thing you need to do is download the JSON file that these fine folks have put together for us. You can download the Way of the Force TTS file here. Inside that zipped folder you will find the JSON that includes the code for the spoiled cards. Next you need to find your “Saved Objects folder for TTS. On a PC, this is usually found somewhere like:
C:\Users\[Your user name]\Documents\My Games\Tabletop Simulator\Mods\Workshop
On a Mac, you should find it here:
Of course, if you’re having trouble finding your Mods folder, leave a comment below and I’ll try to help!
I hope you found this post helpful, and if you have any questions at all, don’t hesitate to reach out. We’d be more than happy to help.
And of course, happy testing!
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