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  1. We have a new awards system, complete with descriptions on each award. This post will no longer be maintained. If you have any suggestions for new badges, please create a thread in Forums Feedback, or if you wish to nominate someone for an award, please open a ticket. The old post: ----- Project Pokémon's Forum User Ranks Guide There are a few more ranks in this Forum than before. Information regarding the rank is provided in the below space. Hope you find it helpful and if you have any questions regarding User Ranks please feel free to post here. Be sure to remember this is only for questions, congratulations and information, but we are also one to new rank suggestions. Project Pokémon's Forum User Ranks Staff Ranks: - Administrator - Assistant Administrator - Super Moderator - Moderator - Event Staff - News Team - Former Staff IRC Ranks: - IRC Owner: Owner of the site's IRC. - IRC SOP: Super Op User on the site's IRC. - IRC AOP: Op User on the site's IRC. - IRC HOP: HalfOp User on the site's IRC. - IRC VOP: Voice User on the site's IRC. Contributor Ranks: - Image Contributor: User contributes images to the site that are implemented for use. - Event Contributor: User contributes Event Pokémon to the site. - Site Contributor: User who adds to the site significantly. - Forum Contributor: User who significantly contributes to the design of the forum. - Wiki Contributor: User contributes high quality articles to the wiki. Articles should be clear, detailed and show a mastery of the subject matter. - Save Editing Contributor: User has made significant contributions to Save Editing programs and/or related subjects but not qualifying as research. - Translation Contributor: User has contributed to the translation projects. Researcher Ranks: - RAM Researcher: User researches the games' RAM and publishes research and/or AR Codes using that research. - ROM Researcher: User researches the games' ROM and publishes information regarding structures found within ROM. - Game Save Researcher: User researches info on the games' Save structure and related information. - Developer: User creates and/or helps making either Save, RAM, or ROM editing programs for the use of others. - ROM Hacker: User uses ROM hacking tools to make quality ROM hacks. Misc. Ranks: - Helpful Q&A Member: User who has significantly posted helpful posts and aids users in need often. - Helpful Request Member: User who has given custom works to people such as custom Signature Requests, Pokésav Requests, etc. - Team Rater: User who contributes often in "Rate My Team" discussions as well as helping in "Rate My Team"s.
  2. Hello! I hope I will like it here.I am not a Wi-fi Battler, though.I am from ShoddyBattle!So yeah, lol.
  3. I have been looking through the Wiki and I have noticed that it's had a good start but I'd love to see this thing take off so I have a suggestion. Who here wants to form a sort of mini clan like group that basically dedicates their time to finishing the Wiki? Like update current info, add new info, finish certain areas that have been started. Touch it up make it look nice. Idk but if anyone is interested I'll add your name to the list and we can get started. PS: This will take time and if you lose focus fast... this might be a bit challenging at first. List
  4. I took it upon myself to use the RSS feed from the Project Pokémon Wiki to create a PP Wiki Twitter! For those of you with a Twitter account, you can now track changes made to the wiki! So hopefully this is useful to someone.
  5. I don't know if this is in the correct place, But I thought that it would be cool to create a program (to be worked on pc) Which promotes trading between two game (and game saves of course) This is because using PPSE or Pokesav to shift an event pokemon from one sav to another isn't enough as because if it ain't done by trading, the event flag won't be triggered (such as directly moving the Eigakan Arceus won't trigger Hiker event in platinum; Another example is TRU Regigigasu directly implanted won't trigger REGIs trio cave) Not everyone has two DS, and without the WiFi protocol behind hacked, Trading is hard (especially if it has a Classic ribbon, so can't use GTS) If such a program is too tedious and time consuming, At the very least some kind of plugin to allow trading between emulators (like give the game a false "wireless network" or something) So I'm wondering anyone who is good with programming and stuff to be kind enough to pick up this project?
  6. PPSE is, cross platform, open source software written in Qt C++, and is still very much in development. The release philosophy for PPSE will be to release things as soon as they are done and have everyone beta test. For those interested in the source code, the project has a public SVN: http://svn.projectpokemon.org/ppse/. For those that wish to view the source without downloading it, the trac browser is more useful: http://ppse.projectpokemon.org/trac/browser Features: -Both Platinum and DP support -Pokedex Editing -Drag and Drop Pokemon organization. Changelog: 0.00: Checksum Fixing for D/P and Pl. Save type determined automatically. 0.01: Pokedex Editing without most special cases (spinda included). 0.02: Pokedex Editing revamped by Jiggy-Ninja, unown order editing added (not fully functional). 0.03: Pokédex complete. Added all of the special forms dialogs into the UI. Added functionality to the sprite boxes as well, showing the proper default forms for each entry. Spinda's spots are drawn in the Individual tab according to the PID, but not drawn in the Formes tab. 0.04: (revision 95) One click complete Pokedex Added new button to complete the gender forms area. Pokemon organizing dialog inspired by Codemonkey's PKMN Box Mark II. It's awesome, really. Spinda form editor in Pokedex improved. You can now drag a save into the main PPSE window to load it if you don't want to use the load dialog. Added support for loading saves using the command line. This means that if you associate .sav files with ppse.exe, double-clicking the save file will automatically open it in PPSE. 0.05: (Revision 100) * Added some context menu options for the Pokemon Organizer. * Added ARDS code output option to the Pokedex Editor and Pokemon Organizer. Windows version Mac version [intel Macs only, so far] (compiled by Balrog) Linux version to be compiled.
  7. For lack of a better name, I want to start what I'll call the Project Pokemon FAQ (frequently asked questions) System. It will be hosted on the main site, and all users will be expected to have checked it before asking questions. It should be searchable or at the very least easy to navigate. The goal is to provide a better experience for our members as well as cut down on repeated questions in the help forums. I'd like for this to be a community project for several reasons. I think having all of you involved will make for a more well-rounded list of questions, your input will make for more intuitive answering, and doing it myself or even between all 5 admins would just be too tedious. The purpose of this specific topic is to get your input and, eventually, your help building and maintaining this system. Please reply only if you have something valuable to contribute. The obvious point of discussion here is what questions/answers to include, but I'd like to put that on hold for a short while. Instead consider some of the following points: Technical aspects - How would the backend of this system work? Intuitiveness - What is the best way to structure this system so that users can find an answer without confusion? What is the most efficient way to ensure that users have checked the system before asking for help? That's all I've got for now; there's probably more though. Don't let what I've mentioned limit you; I want to hear any and all suggestions.
  8. So yeah, I'm working on breeding Slaking, but tracking down the parents is being a bit of an annoyance. Basically, I'm looking for Slakoth/Vigoroth/Slaking with 28+ IVs in Attack and Speed, and at least 25 HP. Willing to trade legit 10 ANIV Celebis to get these. The Celebis are completely legit, Modest natured and raised to Lv. 78. I can zero out the EVs on them if so desired.
  9. Hello all, this thread is just to announce Project Pokemon's Multitier Tournament. A competitor in this type of tournament creates three teams, one with Pokemon from UU and below, one from OU and below, and one with all Pokemon. As I type this, the latest tiering change was the movement of Salamence to Ubers. We will follow tiers from this time. Every match consists of three battles, where each player picks one of his teams. You are required to use each team once in the three matches, but you don't know what your opponent is using. Post here if you would be interested in joining. We'll decide if it will be a knockout or just point based depending on how much interest we get. Just so you know, there are prizes for being a competitor OR being a top three player. Big thanks to Narwhal for the prizes and other artwork. Support him in his endeavors! All interested should join the usergroup. You must register there: this is just to announce it. http://projectpokemon.org/forums/group.php?groupid=94 ^Link to the group Update: The last day to join is September 1, a week and a day away from today. After that, no more entries will be accepted. Match schedules are set up by he competetors, so don't worry about not having time to compete, because games are based on YOUR schedule. Congratulations to Sabeta on winning the tournament!
  10. Hello Project Pokémon-Community! I'm TERRA#493 and i registered me here for help by using Pokésav. Pokésav is really a awesome programme, which saves me plenty of hours of breeding for right IVs, EV-Training etc. - you must know, i'm a Competitive Battler since 3 years now. Thank you, that you've created this programm! I don't want to tell about my person, if you have questions, just ask =) > Ho-Oh HeartGold Style is really one of the best Forum-Styles i've ever seen. Good Job! __ So, then i'll create a new topic for my question. I would be happy, if i would find quickly help.
  11. You must read and abide by these rules to be a member of ProjectPokemon.org, this includes the wiki, forums, and IRC. If you do not, there will be consequences as detailed in the post below. Keep in mind that the interpretation and enforcement of these rules is strictly up to staff members and is not open for debate. Site-wide Rules Abide by Canadian and International laws when on this site. Project Pokémon is hosted in Canada, and as such all material on it must abide by Canadian and International laws. This means you cannot upload or link to pirated material (copyrighted material which you do not have the rights to distribute). If you mention having a ROM in any of your posts, we will assume that you backed it up from a retail cartridge that you own. Should you need to share an edited ROM with others, you must use a patch file; linking to or uploading a ROM, even if it has been edited, is strictly forbidden. Be considerate of other members and Pokémon fansites. This encompasses many of our rules. Specifically, do not offend other members and/or Pokémon fansites in the IRC or forums. Do not flame or write slanderous comments regarding any other websites and/or members. Keep in mind that CAPS LOCK is generally considered shouting and should only be used accordingly. You will be penalized if you do not follow these rules. Do not impersonate Project Pokemon staff. While using the Forums, IRC, or other Project Pokemon services, you are not allowed to impersonate a member of Project Pokemon's Staff in any way. This includes, but not limited to, similar nickname(s), similar username(s), stating you are staff, etc. You will be asked to change your Nickname/Username. On the forums, please PM an administrator to change your user name. Failure to avoid this may result in a ban. Staff: Forum Staff and Site Admins; IRC Staff Do not request to be Project Pokemon staff. Do not ask to become part of Project Pokemon's staff. If we need to add staff, we'll ask you. If you want to be on staff, follow the rules, contact staff or use the report button when you see a problematic post, and just try to set a good example for other users. Try to be reasonable when reporting. In IRC, staff might give temporary moderator staff status to users who are being considered for some type of staff status. Do not post inappropriate content. Posting pornographic, vulgar, explicit, or otherwise inappropriate media is forbidden. Swearing is acceptable in moderation (read: when used as a part of normal speech to add emphasis or meaning); in excess it qualifies as inappropriate content. This includes inappropriate words in usernames. Do not advertise. Promoting anything exclusively for your own benefit or that is not related to the topic at hand is considered an advertisement. Blatant ads will not be tolerated anywhere on the forums, even the off-topic boards. Do not spam. In other words, do not post unnecessary or irrelevant messages on any part of the site. Use common sense and pay attention to what other users do and don't post; it should give you an idea of what is acceptable. This rule is somewhat more lax on the IRC. Always search this site and the internet before asking a question or asking for help. In the majority of cases any question you may have will have been addressed on the main site or the forums already. By asking such a question that has already been answered in plain site, you are wasting the time of others. Write in a manner that others can understand easily. Messages must be written with proper spelling and grammar for ease of reading (to the best of the poster's ability). Again, this rule is more lax on the IRC channels. Follow the reporting procedure if you think another member is not abiding by these rules. If you come across another user that is violating these rules, you may politely point it out to that individual, assuming they have not been notified already. However, moderation should be left to the staff; do not attempt to take matters into your own hands. The correct course of action is to use the report button if on the forums or PM an operator if on the IRC. As always, be patient. Do not misuse the report button. The "Report" button is intended to be used to notify us of posts that you think are breaking our rules. Please do not use it simply to ask questions or because you disagree with the author's opinion; in these situations the correct course of action is to reply to the post or private message the author. (Note that you will not be penalized for reporting something if you think it's against the rules when it turns out to not be; this rule only applies to reporting something for the wrong reasons.) Do not impersonate anyone. There will be very little tolerance for members found to be impersonating other people or misrepresenting their own identity, specifically others in the online community. Coming onto the forums, wiki, or IRC under multiple accounts is a violation of this rule, even if one account has been banned. Consequences for ban evasion include an even longer suspension and permanent bans for any alternate accounts. Do not scam other members. This applies to anyone offering a service on this site, whether it's battling, trading, requests, or something else. If terms agreed on beforehand are broken, it will be a violation of this rule. Do not cheat. We do not support or condone cheating at the expense of others. Do not use significantly hacked Pokémon in battle or in trades with those who are unaware hacked Pokémon are in use. Details about this rule can be found here. Forums Specific Rules Post threads in the appropriate forum. It should be pretty clear where any given thread goes, but if it isn't just post it in one of the general boards and a staff member will move it if necessary. Keep in mind that all of the editing forums have a sub-forum for help. Any questions or requests for help belong there and not in the parent forum. This rule will be flexible for new users but repeat offenders will face consequences. Stay on-topic. For the sake of simplicity, create a new thread if you start getting too far away from the topic of the original. Be specific when titling your topics. A topic title should give others a good idea of what your thread is about without them actually visiting it. This is often an issue with threads in the help forums; be specific as to what your issue is. Keep in mind that topic titles can be changed by their creator at any time. Do not stretch the page. Page stretching is done when someone posts an extremely large image or amount of text and it causes the page to stretch horizontally or vertically. If you have a large image, long code, or other material that may stretch the page, put it in between spoiler tags so that other members can read around it comfortably. Consequences - The Infraction System The Project Pokémon forums use Invision Community's warning system to keep track of users who've violated the rules and issue temporary bans when necessary. In the infraction system, each violation of the rules is given a point value and a length of time. When a rule is violated, a moderator will select the corresponding infraction from the list below. The point value of that infraction is added to the offending user's total infraction points. After the amount of time specified, those points will be removed. Should a user accumulate 100 or more total infraction points, they will be automatically banned for two weeks. This system makes the job of a moderator much easier and ensures consistency among punishments. Keep in mind that "custom" infractions of any point value can be issued in the event that the violation does not fit one of the infractions below. We also reserve the right to give a longer or permanent ban for repetitive or blatant violations of the rules. .cms_table_tborder_td { padding: 10px; border: solid black 1px; } Infractions Violation Points Expires Thread title is not descriptive. 20 1 Month(s) Thread posted in wrong forum. 20 1 Month(s) Spam/off-topic. 20 1 Month(s) Thread title is not descriptive. 20 1 Month(s) Inconsiderate Behavior. 20 1 Month(s) User is reacting excessively to another user violating the rules. 20 1 Month(s) Not using reasonable spelling/grammar. 20 1 Month(s) Asking question(s) without searching first. 30 1 Month(s) Mild inappropriate content. 30 1 Month(s) Mild advertisment. 30 3 Month(s) Flaming/trolling - User is being intentionally offensive. 30 1 Month(s) User is obviously discussing pirated material. 30 2 Month(s) Warez - User is linking to or asking for pirated material. 50 3 Month(s) Scamming - User has broken pre-determined conditions for a service. 50 3 Month(s) Cheating - battling with or trading significantly hacked Pokémon against or with unsuspecting opponents. 50 3 Month(s)
  12. Here will be a nice list of ToDo's for PPSE. This list will be updated with new stuff, and old stuff will be subtracted as necessary. Change hardcoded resources.cpp information to a text or binary loaded resource to lower initialization file. Add PokeText <--> Unicode library for fixed-length, dynamic length strings, and trash byte support using the font dictable. Create a universal file loading handler to handle all possible formats. Handler will keep the file in memory then convert the file to the raw SAV format. Create a universal file saving handler to handle all possible formats. Handler will covert the modified sav file to the same format as the original file from memory. Handler should automatically handle headers/footers.
  13. As above, been looking for some PKM files but can't find it.
  14. Project Pokemon is 1 of the best websites on the internet for pokemon Its easy, convenient for events, well designed, moderated by excellent people and best of all, it has me as a member!......rofl, jk My suggestions for the site? All the GBA Japanese event pokemon and egg moves in the pokedex Once all of the above have been furfilled, this website will be better than serebii
  15. Ok, my current wiki project is a large one. I'm working on building a guide to all the places in pokemon sort of like Serebii's pokeearth. These pages would include a lot of information that of course is only obtained while in game and not using any other outside resource to build the page. It will cover detailed information on all the places a page for each place. This information should be listed by game so for example route 201 (my current page in the works) should have information for platinum, pearl, and diamond games. What is included in these pages? ~Place name ~How to get to place ~Pokemon that are in this place while walking around in morning, day, and nighttimes ~Pokemon that can be found using only the pokeradar ~Pokemon that can be found only when a certain GBA game is inserted into the GBA slot on the ds/lite ~Trainers in this place and pokemon ~Items Where I need help Everywhere, this is a big project for one person to take on alone. I was hoping to get people to handle certain routes or people to handle certain aspects of a page. Like a certain group of people will handle what pokemon can be found in the morning in platinum. Or people that do specifically the pokeradar pokemon. If you would like to offer your services PM me. What region to start with? Sinnoh is the current region to work on. Then we'll work back from there. However, sinnoh, in and of itself will be hard to complete and should take a while. The next region to work on will be hoenn but dont even bother with that. For now sinnoh. I will update this post when sinnoh gets completed. Questions? PM me if you have any questions or you want me to assign you a job. If you do help.... If you do help and decide to finish a route or notice a route is complete please PM me telling me it is complete so I can take it off of the list. Note: I will be doing other side things for wiki whenever I get like, a light bulb idea, so to speak but this will be my main focus. Please comment, and PM me with your questions and offers to help!
  16. So, as a few people on the internet might remember, (it hasn't really reached that many people,) I've been working on formulas that could make Pokemon from, (hopefully in the end,) any part of the franchise where user control exists, at least apprximately, in D/P/Pt. ...So far, I've worked on Pokemon GSC, the TCG, & PMD. Considering this is not an actual hack, (& probably never will be but if someone changes the coding to implement this as a feature, that's very fine by me,) but just formulas, I see it as very well for Pokesav doing more than just cheating your way through the game, for instance. So, I posted on the NSider2 Forums a guide to what I've done so far in it, & i thought it would be best that I share it with this forum. Here's the link: http://nsider.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=494209&st=0&p=8938571entry8938571 Thanks, PM260
  17. Notice: We currently have 16 competitors signed up. If you would like to join please sign up. The dead-line is Friday, September 11th, 2009. Well the time is almost here for Project Pokemon to hold its first Shoddy tournament. The server was down for about a month. But after restoring it at the beginning of the month, it has grown in usage. For this tournament we will have 16 -32 competitors. This will be a tournament with the standard rules we use in the shoddy server at this moment. Over time we will be developing the battle sections of Project Pokemon more and more, so by the time tournament #2 happens we might have a slightly different system. If you want to compete sign up by posting that you are registering in the following format: Shoddy Username: SCV Time zone: -6 Time Preference: Between 9 pm and 12 am Day constraints: Cannot compete in the weekends * I won't be competing so the above is not the first registration. The top three places in the tournament will receive a badge that they will keep until the next tournament is completed as well as be placed on a winners list which will hold a record of the top battlers of each tournament. The timeframe for the tournament will be determined by the number of competitors. So if you know you want to compete, sign up soon. That way we can get an idea of how many competitors we will have. All battles will take place on the PP Shoddy server. The deadline for signups is Friday, 9/11/2009.
  18. I feel that because Project Pokemon is it's own community, we should have our own tier list for Pokemon. However, we need peoples help, by gathering your opinions. Testing will be active on Shoddy Battle on the Project Pokemon server. This is the current list I have generated:
  19. Hi all. Today we reveal the first version release version of PPSE. PPSE is, cross platform, open source software written in Qt C++, and is still very much in development. The release philosophy for PPSE will be to release things as soon as they are done and have everyone beta test. The project has a public SVN at http://svn.projectpokemon.org/ppse/ There is also a trac project page. Its not very customized, but the source browser can be useful for those who do not want to check it out using SVN: http://ppse.projectpokemon.org/trac/browser Note: Always make backups and report bugs. Linux Version: QtLibs PPSE Windows Version: QtLibs PPSE Mac Version: Coming Soon Features: -Both Platinum and DP support -Pokedex Editing (special cases except spinda are missing) Changelog: 0.00: Checksum Fixing for D/P and Pl. Save type determined automatically. 0.01: Pokedex Editing without most special cases (spinda included). 0.02: Pokedex Editing revamped by Jiggy-Ninja, unown order editing added (not fully functional). 0.03: Pokédex complete. Added all of the special forms dialogs into the UI. Added functionality to the sprite boxes as well, showing the proper default forms for each entry. Spinda's spots are drawn in the Individual tab according to the PID, but not drawn in the Formes tab. (SVN updated)
  20. The idea has been circulating softly through the artists of this community. Some want to be given a Helpful Member's badge, for their creations of avatars and signature banners. But here's what I'm suggesting. Maybe more than just the badge given for being a helpful member to the community, there should be a badge for the creativity of the individuals behind these projects. But that doesn't just mean this badge would be given to anyone who posts a piece of artwork and calls it a day. No, this badge would be more of one of honor and dignity for the true artists, like any other badge given. For the artists here that work hard to impress and please those requesting these small pieces of art to treasure and call their own on these forums and around the community. I've brought this up before, But I think it deserves more than just that, it needs some healthy discussion. So, what I guess I'm asking, suggesting, whatever this is...would it be possible for this badge to be instated? Should these hard-working people be given the credit they feel they deserve? Here's a look at what the badge could be: Editted by yours truly. :] I've talked to several people about it already, but it's time to see what you as a whole community think. Yay or nay, Project Pokemon?
  21. can some one tell me how ppse works i havnt been able to figure it out
  22. hi i'm niksmart1a. i'm new to these forums but i have loved pokemon forever!!! there are so many things that i dont know. am i allowed to post my questions here in this thread and people can answer them?:confused: (if i ask a question, i need a well explained answer because i'm not that fast of a learner!! sorry!!) either way, almost all of my questions deal with pokesav or all the programs that go with it like the legality checker, the trash bytes program, the PID/IV program, etc. i think i might as well post the first question anyway because i need to no some stuff. i'll edit and put more questions later. Questions 1. :confused:exactly what do each of these programs do? legality checker, the trash bytes program, and the PID/IV program ( i would like an explanation for each. plz dont just say, "they help you edit the pokemon." i need to no exactly wat they do, and how to use them. thanks!!!):biggrin:
  23. Both are good As always keep up the good work! Hmm so far for pros and cons for these are, add to it if you like Techron Pro: loads faster Con: Doesn't have links to wiki, pokedex, etc Project Pokemon: Pro: Has links to wiki, pokedex, etc Con: loads slower
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  25. Has anybody thought of aranging tournaments just for us guys and gals here at PP, we could post what date and time they are being held, we could also have different ranks that allow the use of only certain tiers/types/evolutions, maybe even a ranking system or special prizes, the prizes could be pokemon with PP only trainer IDs or whatever, ok maybe the GTS wont accept them but who cares, we all hack anyway so they could be pokemon we only use here. im sure it wouldnt be too hard and i think people would like the chance to earn kudos amongst there fellow PP members by battling each other, it would also be a way of people sharing tactics and teams. Just an idea
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