Dumping Files with Dargon
By now, it is assumed that you have decent grasp on using Dargon.
Our Three Examples
In this article, I'm going to use three examples: Summoner's Rift, Annie, and Load Screens. These are all commonly modified items, so they're pretty good examples.
Opening the Dargon Console
Navigate to Tools » Launch Dargon Command-Line Utility in Dargon Manager.
Alternatively, you may open Dargon.exe in the Dargon Directory.
The dump command
The dump command is called as follows:
dump [dest] [search] [flags]
The following dumps DATA/Characters/Annie/Annie.dds from RAF Archive 0.0.0.25.
dump c:/dargonout/ 0.0.0.25/DATA/Characters/Annie/Annie.dds
The following dumps all files matching annie*.dds where * is a wildcard.
dump c:/dargonout/ annie*.dds
The following dumps files which match the regular expression annie(.*)\.dds
dump c:/dargonout/ annie(.*)\.dds$ -reg
The following dumps all files of path containing "ashe"
dump c:/dargonout/ ashe
Dumping all of Summoner's RiftTo dump the majority of files related to Summoner's Rift (mostly environment stuff), we simply run
dump c:/dargonout/ map1to dump everything which has "map1" in its name.
Dumping all of annie's filesIt's pretty easy to dump annie's files. They all have "Annie" in their paths.
dump c:/dargonout/ annieto dump everything which has "annie" in its name.
Dumping all Load ScreensIt's pretty easy to dump load-screens. They all have "loadscreen" in their paths.
dump c:/dargonout/ loadscreento dump everything which has "loadscreen" in its name.