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I apologize if this is the wrong thread list to put this in but I just wanted to know. How exactly would one go about changing the starters given to you at the beginning of the game? I don't want an uber starter, I just want to mix up the gameplay a little bit and see what it would be like to play with an entirely different starter. I'm pretty much a noob at all of this so I need some serious help, anything is appreciated :D

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http://projectpokemon.org/wiki/Notable_Breakpoints#Pok.C3.A9mon_HGSS_.28U.29

02108514 Starter species in RAM(in the decompressed arm9 @ 108514) Bond697

so to make it into an AR code:

this changes the first starter:

12108514 0000xxxx

D2000000 00000000

the second:

12108518 0000xxxx

D2000000 00000000

the third:

1210851C 0000xxxx

D2000000 00000000

to change all 3 at once:

12108514 0000xxxx

12108518 0000xxxx

1210851C 0000xxxx

D2000000 00000000

enter the code with the starter number(s) you want before you start a new game.

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Woah, thank you! :D I really appreciate it! Now I have a Natu that I have edited a little bit, with ppre, how would I make sure that if I change one of the starters to Natu that it would be the same one that I, myself edited? Or does editing Natu with PPRE make all of the Natus in the game the edited version?

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This did not work for me. I put the code in exactly along with the Pokemon number I wanted where the x's are and when I went to go choose my starter, I got a black screen. Did I not put in the Pokemon number correctly?

http://projectpokemon.org/wiki/Notable_Breakpoints#Pok.C3.A9mon_HGSS_.28U.29

02108514 Starter species in RAM(in the decompressed arm9 @ 108514) Bond697

so to make it into an AR code:

this changes the first starter:

12108514 0000xxxx

D2000000 00000000

the second:

12108518 0000xxxx

D2000000 00000000

the third:

1210851C 0000xxxx

D2000000 00000000

to change all 3 at once:

12108514 0000xxxx

12108518 0000xxxx

1210851C 0000xxxx

D2000000 00000000

enter the code with the starter number(s) you want before you start a new game.

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This did not work for me. I put the code in exactly along with the Pokemon number I wanted where the x's are and when I went to go choose my starter, I got a black screen. Did I not put in the Pokemon number correctly?

Most likely you entered the wrong number. Try using the number you want from this list: http://www.cheatcodes.com/pokemon-heartgold-version-nintendo-ds/

It worked for me.

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Sorry for the two year bump but I have some cheats again for you guys to mess with.

Pokemon HeartGold/SoulSilver Starter Modifier Cheats

Pokemon HeartGold/SoulSilver Version (USA/Europe):
First Starter:
12108514 00000xxx

Second Starter:
12108518 00000xxx

Third Starter:
1210851C 00000xxx

Pokemon - Version Or HeartGold/Version Argent SoulSilver (France):
First Starter:
12108538 00000xxx

Second Starter:
1210853C 00000xxx

Third Starter:
12108540 00000xxx

Pokemon - Goldene Edition HeartGold/Silberne Edition SoulSilver (Germany):
First Starter:
121084FC 00000xxx

Second Starter:
12108500 00000xxx

Third Starter:
12108504 00000xxx

Pokemon - Edicion Oro HeartGold (Spain):
First Starter:
12108540 00000xxx

Second Starter:
12108544 00000xxx

Third Starter:
12108548 00000xxx

Pokemon - Edicion Plata SoulSilver (Spain):
First Starter:
12108548 00000xxx

Second Starter:
1210854C 00000xxx

Third Starter:
12108550 00000xxx

Pokemon - Versione Oro HeartGold/Versione Argento SoulSilver (Italy):
First Starter:
121084A8 00000xxx

Second Starter:
121084AC 00000xxx

Third Starter:
121084B0 00000xxx

Pocket Monsters - HeartGold/SoulSilver (Korea):
First Starter:
12108C90 00000xxx

Second Starter:
12108C94 00000xxx

Third Starter:
12108C98 00000xxx

Pocket Monsters - HeartGold/SoulSilver (Japan):
First Starter:
12107A60 00000xxx

Second Starter:
12107A64 00000xxx

Third Starter:
12107A68 00000xxx

 

Replace xxx with:

001 - 097 (Generation 1)

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001 - 097 (Generation 1)


001 - Bulbasaur
002 - Ivysaur
003 - Venusaur
004 - Charmander
005 - Charmeleon
006 - Charizard
007 - Squirtle
008 - Wartortle
009 - Blastoise
00A - Caterpie
00B - Metapod
00C - Butterfree
00D - Weedle
00E - Kakuna
00F - Beedrill
010 - Pidgey
011 - Pidgeotto
012 - Pidgeot
013 - Rattata
014 - Raticate
015 - Spearow
016 - Fearow
017 - Ekans
018 - Arbok
019 - Pikachu
01A - Raichu
01B - Sandshrew
01C - Sandslash
01D - Nidoran Female
01E - Nidorina
01F - Nidoqueen
020 - Nidoran Male
021 - Nidorino
022 - Nidoking
023 - Clefairy
024 - Clefable
025 - Vulpix
026 - Ninetales
027 - Jigglypuff
028 - Wigglytuff
029 - Zubat
02A - Golbat
02B - Oddish
02C - Gloom
02D - Vileplume
02E - Paras
02F - Parasect
030 - Venonat
031 - Venomoth
032 - Diglett
033 - Dugtrio
034 - Meowth
035 - Persian
036 - Psyduck
037 - Golduck
038 - Mankey
039 - Primeape
03A - Growlithe
03B - Arcanine
03C - Poliwag
03D - Poliwhirl
03E - Poliwrath
03F - Abra
040 - Kadabra
041 - Alakazam
042 - Machop
043 - Machoke
044 - Machamp
045 - Bellsprout
046 - Weepinbell
047 - Victreebel
048 - Tentacool
049 - Tentacruel
04A - Geodude
04B - Graveler
04C - Golem
04D - Ponyta
04E - Rapidash
04F - Slowpoke
050 - Slowbro
051 - Magnemite
052 - Magneton
053 - Farfetch'd
054 - Doduo
055 - Dodrio
056 - Seel
057 - Dewgong
058 - Grimer
059 - Muk
05A - Shellder
05B - Cloyster
05C - Gastly
05D - Haunter
05E - Gengar
05F - Onix
060 - Drowzee
061 - Hypno
062 - Krabby
063 - Kingler
064 - Voltorb
065 - Electrode
066 - Exeggcute
067 - Exeggutor
068 - Cubone
069 - Marowak
06A - Hitmonlee
06B - Hitmonchan
06C - Lickitung
06D - Koffing
06E - Weezing
06F - Rhyhorn
070 - Rhydon
071 - Chansey
072 - Tangela
073 - Kangaskhan
074 - Horsea
075 - Seadra
076 - Goldeen
077 - Seaking
078 - Staryu
079 - Starmie
07A - Mr. Mime
07B - Scyther
07C - Jynx
07D - Electabuzz
07E - Magmar
07F - Pinsir
080 - Tauros
081 - Magikarp
082 - Gyarados
083 - Lapras
084 - Ditto
085 - Eevee
086 - Vaporeon
087 - Jolteon
088 - Flareon
089 - Porygon
08A - Omanyte
08B - Omastar
08C - Kabuto
08D - Kabutops
08E - Aerodactyl
08F - Snorlax
090 - Articuno
091 - Zapdos
092 - Moltres
093 - Dratini
094 - Dragonair
095 - Dragonite
096 - Mewtwo
097 - Mew

 

098 - 0FB (Generation 2)

Spoiler

098 - 0FB (Generation 2)


098 - Chikorita
099 - Bayleef
09A - Meganium
09B - Cyndaquil
09C - Quilava
09D - Typhlosion
09E - Totodile
09F - Croconaw
0A0 - Feraligatr
0A1 - Sentret
0A2 - Furret
0A3 - Hoothoot
0A4 - Noctowl
0A5 - Ledyba
0A6 - Ledian
0A7 - Spinarak
0A8 - Ariados
0A9 - Crobat
0AA - Chinchou
0AB - Lanturn
0AC - Pichu
0AD - Cleffa
0AE - Igglybuff
0AF - Togepi
0B0 - Togetic
0B1 - Natu
0B2 - Xatu
0B3 - Mareep
0B4 - Flaaffy
0B5 - Ampharos
0B6 - Bellossom
0B7 - Marill
0B8 - Azumarill
0B9 - Sudowoodo
0BA - Politoed
0BB - Hoppip
0BC - Skiploom
0BD - Jumpluff
0BE - Aipom
0BF - Sunkern
0C0 - Sunflora
0C1 - Yanma
0C2 - Wooper
0C3 - Quagsire
0C4 - Espeon
0C5 - Umbreon
0C6 - Murkrow
0C7 - Slowking
0C8 - Misdreavus
0C9 - Unown
0CA - Wobbuffet
0CB - Girafarig
0CC - Pineco
0CD - Forretress
0CE - Dunsparce
0CF - Gligar
0D0 - Steelix
0D1 - Snubbull
0D2 - Granbull
0D3 - Qwilfish
0D4 - Scizor
0D5 - Shuckle
0D6 - Heracross
0D7 - Sneasel
0D8 - Teddiursa
0D9 - Ursaring
0DA - Slugma
0DB - Magcargo
0DC - Swinub
0DD - Piloswine
0DE - Corsola
0DF - Remoraid
0E0 - Octillery
0E1 - Delibird
0E2 - Mantine
0E3 - Skarmory
0E4 - Houndour
0E5 - Houndoom
0E6 - Kingdra
0E7 - Phanpy
0E8 - Donphan
0E9 - Porygon2
0EA - Stantler
0EB - Smeargle
0EC - Tyrogue
0ED - Hitmontop
0EE - Smoochum
0EF - Elekid
0F0 - Magby
0F1 - Miltank
0F2 - Blissey
0F3 - Raikou
0F4 - Entei
0F5 - Suicune
0F6 - Larvitar
0F7 - Pupitar
0F8 - Tyranitar
0F9 - Lugia
0FA - Ho-oh
0FB - Celebi

 

0FC - 182 (Generation 3)

Spoiler

0FC - 182 (Generation 3)


0FC - Treecko
0FD - Grovyle
0FE - Sceptile
0FF - Torchic
100 - Combusken
101 - Blaziken
102 - Mudkip
103 - Marshtomp
104 - Swampert
105 - Poochyena
106 - Mightyena
107 - Zigzagoon
108 - Linoone
109 - Wurmple
10A - Silcoon
10B - Beautifly
10C - Cascoon
10D - Dustox
10E - Lotad
10F - Lombre
110 - Ludicolo
111 - Seedot
112 - Nuzleaf
113 - Shiftry
114 - Taillow
115 - Swellow
116 - Wingull
117 - Pelipper
118 - Ralts
119 - Kirlia
11A - Gardevoir
11B - Surskit
11C - Masquerain
11D - Shroomish
11E - Breloom
11F - Slakoth
120 - Vigoroth
121 - Slaking
122 - Nincada
123 - Ninjask
124 - Shedinja
125 - Whismur
126 - Loudred
127 - Exploud
128 - Makuhita
129 - Hariyama
12A - Azurill
12B - Nosepass
12C - Skitty
12D - Delcatty
12E - Sableye
12F - Mawile
130 - Aron
131 - Lairon
132 - Aggron
133 - Meditite
134 - Medicham
135 - Electrike
136 - Manectric
137 - Plusle
138 - Minun
139 - Volbeat
13A - Illumise
13B - Roselia
13C - Gulpin
13D - Swalot
13E - Carvanha
13F - Sharpedo
140 - Wailmer
141 - Wailord
142 - Numel
143 - Camerupt
144 - Torkoal
145 - Spoink
146 - Grumpig
147 - Spinda
148 - Trapinch
149 - Vibrava
14A - Flygon
14B - Cacnea
14C - Cacturne
14D - Swablu
14E - Altaria
14F - Zangoose
150 - Seviper
151 - Lunatone
152 - Solrock
153 - Barboach
154 - Whiscash
155 - Corphish
156 - Crawdaunt
157 - Baltoy
158 - Claydol
159 - Lileep
15A - Cradily
15B - Anorith
15C - Armaldo
15D - Feebas
15E - Milotic
15F - Castform
160 - Kecleon
161 - Shuppet
162 - Banette
163 - Duskull
164 - Dusclops
165 - Tropius
166 - Chimecho
167 - Absol
168 - Wynaut
169 - Snorunt
16A - Glalie
16B - Spheal
16C - Sealeo
16D - Walrein
16E - Clamperl
16F - Huntail
170 - Gorebyss
171 - Relicanth
172 - Luvdisc
173 - Bagon
174 - Shellgon
175 - Salamence
176 - Beldum
177 - Metang
178 - Metagross
179 - Regirock
17A - Regice
17B - Registeel
17C - Latias
17D - Latios
17E - Kyogre
17F - Groudon
180 - Rayquaza
181 - Jirachi
182 - Deoxys

 

183 - 1ED (Generation 4)

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183 - 1ED (Generation 4)


183 - Turtwig
184 - Grotle
185 - Torterra
186 - Chimchar
187 - Monferno
188 - Infernape
189 - Piplup
18A - Prinplup
18B - Empoleon
18C - Starly
18D - Staravia
18E - Staraptor
18F - Bidoof
190 - Bibarel
191 - Kricketot
192 - Kricketune
193 - Shinx
194 - Luxio
195 - Luxray
196 - Budew
197 - Roserade
198 - Cranidos
199 - Rampardos
19A - Shieldon
19B - Bastiodon
19C - Burmy
19D - Wormadam
19E - Mothim
19F - Combee
1A0 - Vespiquen
1A1 - Pachirisu
1A2 - Buizel
1A3 - Floatzel
1A4 - Cherubi
1A5 - Cherrim
1A6 - Shellos
1A7 - Gastrodon
1A8 - Ambipom
1A9 - Drifloon
1AA - Drifblim
1AB - Buneary
1AC - Lopunny
1AD - Mismagius
1AE - Honchkrow
1AF - Glameow
1B0 - Purugly
1B1 - Chingling
1B2 - Stunky
1B3 - Skuntank
1B4 - Bronzor
1B5 - Bronzong
1B6 - Bonsly
1B7 - Mime Jr.
1B8 - Happiny
1B9 - Chatot
1BA - Spiritomb
1BB - Gible
1BC - Gabite
1BD - Garchomp
1BE - Munchlax
1BF - Riolu
1C0 - Lucario
1C1 - Hippopotas
1C2 - Hippowdon
1C3 - Skorupi
1C4 - Drapion
1C5 - Croagunk
1C6 - Toxicroak
1C7 - Carnivine
1C8 - Finneon
1C9 - Lumineon
1CA - Mantyke
1CB - Snover
1CC - Abomasnow
1CD - Weavile
1CE - Magnezone
1CF - Lickilicky
1D0 - Rhyperior
1D1 - Tangrowth
1D2 - Electivire
1D3 - Magmortar
1D4 - Togekiss
1D5 - Yanmega
1D6 - Leafeon
1D7 - Glaceon
1D8 - Gliscor
1D9 - Mamoswine
1DA - Porygon-Z
1DB - Gallade
1DC - Probopass
1DD - Dusknoir
1DE - Froslass
1DF - Rotom
1E0 - Uxie
1E1 - Mesprit
1E2 - Azelf
1E3 - Dialga
1E4 - Palkia
1E5 - Heatran
1E6 - Regigigas
1E7 - Giratina
1E8 - Cresselia
1E9 - Phione
1EA - Manaphy
1EB - Darkrai
1EC - Shaymin
1ED - Arceus

 

I have already applied these cheats for the upcoming v2.1 update.

Current Version: v2.0

https://gbatemp.net/threads/deadskullzjrs-flashcart-cheat-databases.488711/

Edited by DeadSkullzJr
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14 minutes ago, DeadSkullzJr said:

I have already applied these cheats for the upcoming v2.1 update.

Current Version: v2.0

https://gbatemp.net/threads/deadskullzjrs-flashcart-cheat-databases.488711/

Do you have a cheat code to play the slot machines in international HG/SS roms also if the graphic is cleared? Currently if you press A in the game corner you play the Voltorb flip, the script is the same of the japaneese roms, but the graphic file is still present in the roms but cleared, like european Platinum where the script was easier to hack to restore the slots. Can you try to discover how play slots instead of Voltorb flip? I already restored the graphic file, You'll have only to find a code to play them instead of Voltorb flip, to find them. You could recognize them if you find a monocromatic screen (in european platinum was purple as example) and you try to press a button you should ear the slots sounds.

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Just now, Halfshadow said:

Do you have a cheat code to play the slot machines in international HG/SS roms also if the graphic is cleared? Currently if you press A in the game corner you play the Voltorb flip, the script is the same of the japaneese roms, but the graphic file is still present in the roms but cleared, like european Platinum where the script was easier to hack to restore the slots. Can you try to discover how play slots instead of Voltorb flip? I already restored the graphic file, You'll have only to find a code to play them instead of Voltorb flip, to find them. You could recognize them if you find a monocromatic screen (in european platinum was purple as example) and you try to press a button you should ear the slots sounds.

I can see what I can do but I cannot make promises.

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9 minutes ago, DeadSkullzJr said:

I can see what I can do but I cannot make promises.

I can help you if I tell you what graphic file you can replace to find it in easier way?

The slot's graphic is stored in both versions (J and international) in Data/a/1/2/7 and the cleared graphic file seems to be the same, but only with the graphic cleared, you can simply replace it using Nitro explorer. I'll prefer access it trough another unused script command (to keep both Voltorb flip and slots) but to discover if is possible play the slots in international HG/SS will be enough for now play it accessing via Voltorb flip script code. Thank you.

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18 minutes ago, Halfshadow said:

I can help you if I tell you what graphic file you can replace to find it in easier way?

The slot's graphic is stored in both versions (J and international) in Data/a/1/2/7 and the cleared graphic file seems to be the same, but only with the graphic cleared, you can simply replace it using Nitro explorer. I'll prefer access it trough another unused script command (to keep both Voltorb flip and slots) but to discover if is possible play the slots in international HG/SS will be enough for now play it accessing via Voltorb flip script code. Thank you.

This sounds ASM heavy, unfortunately I am not a professional with ASM or ASM cheat codes. I have made some ASM cheats but still..

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39 minutes ago, DeadSkullzJr said:

This sounds ASM heavy, unfortunately I am not a professional with ASM or ASM cheat codes. I have made some ASM cheats but still..

Oops... But maybe you could simply find the asm instead of the Voltorb flip ASM? I think that the script point to the VF asm, can you switch to another ASM? You don't have to hack the ASM, only play it if exists. Can you try please?

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Just now, Halfshadow said:

Oops... But maybe you could simply find the asm instead of the Voltorb flip ASM? I think that the script point to the VF asm, can you switch to another ASM? You don't have to hack the ASM, only play it if exists. Can you try please?

I can sure try, as I said before though I cannot make promises for these sort of things, It's one thing to make a cheat to enable debug features or something along the lines, it is another when you try to enable something that may not even work properly because it lacks code.

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3 minutes ago, DeadSkullzJr said:

I can sure try, as I said before though I cannot make promises for these sort of things, It's one thing to make a cheat to enable debug features or something along the lines, it is another when you try to enable something that may not even work properly because it lacks code.

Ok thank you, however I think should be easy for you trying with a replaced japanese graphic file. If they cleared it IMHO means that the code still exists and they tried to hide it like in european Platinum to prevent players to find it via glitches or cheating trough codes, to escape from legal cares.

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52 minutes ago, Halfshadow said:

Ok thank you, however I think should be easy for you trying with a replaced japanese graphic file. If they cleared it IMHO means that the code still exists and they tried to hide it like in european Platinum to prevent players to find it via glitches or cheating trough codes, to escape from legal cares.

Some assets may be present but that doesn't mean the code for it is still intact, Nintendo also had to remove minigames from Super Mario 64 DS (Korea). The code for the minigames in that literally is gone, only a couple things were left behind but you can't use it at all.

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3 minutes ago, DeadSkullzJr said:

Some assets may be present but that doesn't mean the code for it is still intact, Nintendo also had to remove minigames from Super Mario 64 DS (Korea). The code for the minigames in that literally is gone, only a couple things were left behind but you can't use it at all.

I see. But I hope for the success, hoping that it is currently only inaccessible, if we are lucky is like in european Platinum, I hope... :)

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