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Hello everyone. :) So, I'm fairly new still to the idea of ROM editing and tried asking around on reddit for an answer to my current predicament. So, I wanna do a HeartGold Nuzlocke series after a failed FireRed Nuzlocke that ended in, well... the death of my team (and story-wise for a laugh my trainer). I wanted to change the teams of both Blue and Red to be similar (with adjustments) to both Blue's team from FireRed with some changes to suit my brother's personality (named it after his name on Twitch) and Red's team to be the "dream team that could have been", which I was able to accomplish using PPRE. I also wanted to change the name of Blue and Red to my original trainer's name and his rival's name from FR, but with PPRE that doesn't seem possible - or at least with the version I have. Is there a way to find an older version or another program that lets me change trainer names available? Or is there another way to safely edit the names of trainers? Also, if, by some chance, there's a way to give a trainer's Pokemon nicknames without changing all instances of a Pokemon's name to said nickname, how could I do that - or would that require creating a separate, unobtainable version of the respective Pokemon? Thank you for your time.
the rule of battle frontier is: 1.items banned 2.restricted battle style:set(not shift) 3.some pokemon banned how to restrict in-game (trainers, Gym Leaders, E4) battles to "Battle Frontier" rules? thanks
Currently, I'm trying to re-roll the PID's of pokemon that are from Gen 5/4 (pk6) with PKHex however I'm not sure if they're actually valid PID rerolls or if PKHex even supports it. I remember PKHex was not compatible with some previous gens a while back which is why I'm not sure. I know there is PokeGen but I can't convert my pk6 files back to pk5/4 (assuming PKHex doesn't validly reroll PIDs). So does it reroll using valid previous gen PIDs or do I have to somehow go back to an older editor? latest version pk6 files but pokemon are from hg/ss and b/w / b/w2. 95% of the files are from HG/SS so b/w is almost irrelevant and mostly for questions sake.