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Version 1.10.2 (beta+fixes)
11813 downloadsIf you have any questions or need help. join here for quick assistance. Anyone who hacks Gen 4/5 should be in there! new and way better SDSME Pokemon Gen 4 Editor If you are looking for an gen 5 Editor click here By AdAstra, Nomura Official DSPRE Reloaded Github (check this out for infos about all the features of this tool!) the changelog is messy since I can't seem to edit it, sorry for that. -When adding new screenshots the version gets automatically updated, can't seem to do anything about it.
Hello again! Ok so I've been working on a Pokemon SoulSilver Romhack and I've now reached the scripting stage. In a small amount of time I figured out how to change the game corner prizes and gift pokémon through SDSME. Feeling motivated with my progress I tried moving onto more complex things. I wanted to make the spiky eared pichu event avaliable without the need of action replay. However then I realised that you need a mystery gift shiny pichu to trigger the aforementioned event. Apparently the game will trigger the event if the shiny pichu in your party has the description 'met through a fateful encounter'. With my very limited knowledge I went through every script function for Ilex Forest trying to figure out what I had to do to trigger the spiky eared pichu event using a normal shiny pichu. However with my limited knowledge I don't really know what I'm supposed to change and the number of functions in the Ilex Forest map are overwhelming. I'm guessing there is a 'checkflag' line somewhere that if I remove should produce the desired effect. If I figured out how to do this then I could also trigger other events that normally require event pokémon such as the giovanni and sinjoh ruins events. If anyone knows how to help then please reply, it would be a big help! TLDR: does anyone know which flag checks for the fateful encounter description on a Pokémon? Or does anyone just have a list of flags that the game uses?
So normally in SDSME to start editing a map file, I'll locate it first by going to Matrix Editor -> Map Files, then double click on the area I want to edit. Then it'll open it up in the Map Editor, but it'll either default to No Texture in 1.8.1b or default to Texture 15 in 1.8.1 and 1.8.0 in every single map. Is it supposed to function this way and I might just be missing something or is there another way I can find out the correct texture for a map?