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Hi, I've been playing through Emerald on my 3DS using a cia that was previously completely in line with my 3DS's system time, and would obey time based events. The other day, I copied the save onto my computer in order to inject the wonder cards of the event exclusive items so I could have them in my game. To save time in having to copy the file back to my 3DS after every new event, I collected them using my GBA flashcart on my gameboy micro, then put that save back onto my 3DS. However, now I have noticed that although clocks in game still read the same time as my 3DS system time, time based events are not advancing in my game. My berries aren't growing and the berry master wont give me new berries when I log in to play each day. Any idea as to how I could fix this? :)) thank you!!
Ruby/Sapphire - e-Reader Berries (EU/US/JP) (ARv3/4)
BlackShark posted a topic in RAM - GBA CheatsIn this thread you can find Action Replay v3/4 codes for the e-Reader berries. These berries will replace the Enigma Berry (#43) with a custom one. The new berry will be available until you inject another berry or remove the data, in latter case all occurences become an Enigma Berry. Since the berries consist of a lot of data (about 1.29 KB) which the AR can not handle in a single code (maximum ist about 50 lines) they had to be split into multiple parts. The codes were already shortened with loop codes but still they are too large for a single code. Use them as follows: enter and activate the first code go ingame and save once shut down your game and disable/remove the code (on VBA-M you don't have to shut down) now continue with the next code Master Codes English Berries Working on all European and American language versions of Ruby/Sapphire (English/French/German/Italian/Spanish). The berry tag will always be English though! Japanese Berries Only working on Japanese language versions of Ruby/Sapphire. Get 1 x Enigma Berry from Norman Injecting the data will not automatically let you receive that berry from Norman since the e-Reader also sets a flag in the save file. You can use this code to enable the event at Petalburg gym. It will only work if you don't have an e-Reader berry in your bag or PC storage yet! Get 1 x Enigma Berry from Norman (Press L or R) ENGLISH 57A0ECFC 32CDF928 50A7B662 26EDAD04 JAPANESE 57A0ECFC 32CDF928 C9C8078C E18C2D7E Remove e-Reader Berry data This code will completely wipe out the e-Reader berry data. Resulting in all occurrences of berry #43 becomming an Enigma Berry. ENGLISH 429DAD76 B9182DE1 D0149A8E 4F3D136F C8A552E0 34657A6B D0149A8E 4F3D136F DC60EC77 05427E5D 33B67761 623AFA3A JAPANESE 179BE661 106A0F98 D0149A8E 4F3D136F 9CAE16B7 7D359FC5 D0149A8E 4F3D136F 20741C1A BC438A5B 33B67761 623AFA3A RAM offsets Data size: 1328 (0x530) Bytes EU/US 0x02028894 JP 0x020285F4
Emerald Berry Editing?
DarkMagicX2 posted a topic in Saves - Editing HelpHello, good people. I wish to pick people's brains here for a potential solution to a problem I've had for several weeks now. A friend of mine gave me his Emerald cartridge to replace the internal battery. When I did, everything worked fine, even the berries he had planted while the previous battery was dead even started growing, except one. A Cheri berry at the berry master's house on route 123 never grew. At this point I don't care about the crop, I just want the berry gone. I've tried everything I can think of from forcing the RTC forward with that "furlocks-forest" RTC reader program to using PKhex to reset the RTC and nothing works. I had even tried rewriting a script in an Emerald rom to try and get rid of it, then to remember I have to idea how to work a program like that. When I went digging on the internet to see if anyone else had run into this problem, while instances were sparce, I found 1 other person who encountered the same thing. Really spooky was that it was the same berry on the exact same tile as my friend's save file. Is anyone else familiar with this issue? Is it possible to somehow use PKhex to delete this berry or some other program someone knows about? I'm all open to suggestions that don't involve deleting the save.
I am looking for some assistance in getting the last four berries I need in pokemon alpha saphire on the 3ds and a Darkrai as well. the berries i need are Enigma, Custap, Jaboca, and Rowap thanks for all your help in advance guys and if possible i will return the favor
Hey everyone, I'm looking for someone to wifi trade weak pokemon holding these berries for weak pokemon holding nothing. I only need one of each berry because I can grow more (I especially need the Jaboca Berry), but PLEEASE send me some!! I'm using Diamond, and my friend code is 2409 0462 4944. Im typically availible Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday evening. Email me at email@example.com with info regarding my request. Thanks!!
Why are berries useful?
Lugiamaster posted a topic in Generation 4As you all know, there are berries that halve damage from a super effective attack. What gets me is their designed so a pokemon can survive a hit from a weak point but if thats the case, isn't focus sash a better choice? Basically I wanna know what makes the berries that halve super effective damage so useful
Berries: Water Absorption Rate
Davee posted a topic in Systems, Flashcards, and EmulationI decided to learn about planting berries in Pokemon and found a lot of information about it on the internet. However, I came across a piece of "advanced" data does not seem to have much information about: Soil Drying Rate (or Water Absorption Rate). The absorption rates can be found on these sites: http://www.legendarypokemon.net/dp/berries/, http://veekun.com/dex/berries/, http://serebii.net/berrydex-dp/ I went through the Absorption column of Legendary Pokemon's table and picked out the available rates that were in the game: 4, 6, 7, 8, 10, 15, 35. I wanted to find out how long it takes for the soil to go from dark to tan and tan to grey for the different absorption rates in the game and compare them. My method for finding out how long it takes for the soil to change: Run Game (I used the NO$GBA emulator because it helped me speed up time without having to actually wait the long hours) Plant berry Change system time (Only possible when using emulator, I tried with my DS but the berries does not mature when I change the DS system time) Record exact time it takes to go from dark to tan and tan to grey Note: I tested one berry 5 times for the five time changes of Pokemon, but the results were the same. Because of this, I'm not sure if people are right when they said water absorption is faster during the day and slower at night. What I believe didn't help was that I tested it with a berry that had a rate of 35. Actually, if the absorption rate were slower at night, then I would think that it would greatly affect the berry with a rate of 35 the most. For Reference: Day: 10:00 am to 4:59 pm Dusk: 5:00 pm to 7:59 pm Night: 8:00 pm to 11:59 pm Late night: 12:00 am to 3:59 am Morning: 4:00 am to 9:59 am Data Soil Dry Rate Dark->Tan Tan->Grey 4 13 13 6 9 8 7 8 7 8 7 6 10 5 5 15 4 3 35 2 1 What I found interesting was that the soil always changed after X hours and not X hr X min. After I compiled this data, I tried to figure out how it works. I decided to total the two columns, but it didn't seem to help. Then I decided to see what happen if I multiplied the rate by the total. Soil Dry Rate Dark->Tan Tan->Grey Total Total x Rate 4 13 13 26 104 6 9 8 17 102 7 8 7 15 105 8 7 6 13 104 10 5 5 10 100 15 4 3 7 105 35 2 1 3 105 After I saw how close the products of total and rate were, I believe I figured out how the absorption rate works. A plant's water level is 100 when newly planted. A plant's water level is 100 when watered. The rate number is subtracted from the plant's water level hourly. If the water level is less than or equal to 50 (but greater than 0) the soil is tan. If the water level is less than or equal to 0 the soil is grey. Possible future testing Is there a difference between night and day? (or among Day, Dusk, Night, Late Night, Morning) Is there a difference in water absorption if you turn off the game? (My testing was as though the person played without turning off the game) How does Mulch affect this? Questions or comments?