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So on my way to hack HGSS (especifically SoulSilver) and to getting familiar to the basics of rom hacking and stuff, I got to a point where I had to edit the Pokédex and I found that the information and help related to editing the Pokédex are very scarce, hours of researching have led to nothing. My intention is not to add new Pokémon yet, but I'd like to know how to modify important things from the information that appears in the Pokédex (like species, type, entries, height and weight) now, I managed to find a way to edit entries and types, but I need help to edit the height and weight of the Pokémon (and also the protagonist's height and weight when comparing). I don't know where to start and what programs I have to use nor the files I have to edit to do this, the most similar thing I've found related to this is a research from Poryhack in which there is an explaniation of the zucan_data.narc, but this one is a D/P/Pt's file. If someone knows how to edit these aspects of the HG/SS Pokédex, it would be of great help.
Hey, all, Sorry if this is the wrong forum to post this question. I'm a huge Pokemaniac who, after 20 years of designing Fakemon, has finally learned about this awesome tool that should allow an individual to hack the source code of the games I love so much. I just have to say, I find the device very intuitive and love the work you have all put into it, but that leads to two major questions: 1. I just got around to testing my Platinum version hack that I've been working on for a few days. I've changed the encounters on the first route and at Lake Verity as well as modified the stats, etc, of all of the Pokemon I want to have available to that point. My ultimate goal is to create a "perfect" Pokemon world, one where every type is balanced, every Pokemon is balanced and every Pokemon is readily available. To this end, I have modified the type compatibility chart to suit my ends. That all seems to work as intended for the first battle. Here's the problem though: After the avatar and the rival get to Lake Verity, the game simply... freezes. The emulator is still running and can be reset to the previous save state, but the game itself will not play past that point. I'm rather despondent and was hoping someone could tell me why the game freezes. I changed the dialogue back to how it originally was (I only made a few changes) and I even tried recompiling the save data, but the game still freezes. 2. Is there a way to read in, say, a text file full of stats and moves into the rom hacker as opposed to typing each datafield by hand? Even if I knew what overlays contained that data and how to manipulate it to my end, I would be satisfied. I'm a professional coder and I can easily handle creating my own backend overlay rewriting code, but I don't really want to enter all of this data again if I have to start over or, say, want to incorporate these stats into other games. Is there a clearly identifiable set of hex pairings, like there was for the typing, that changes a Pokemon's type, movepool, ability, etc, and, if so, how could I manipulate it en masse?
1. Are you able to edit totem pokemon battles? (eg. I change Gumshoos to a Pikachu) 2. If so, will the models used in cut scenes be replaced or nah 3. How can I change a battle from a single battle to a double battle? 4. What does "AI Val" mean 5. Can you change the z crystal rewards using Pk3DS? Hope somebody can help. Many thanks, Ben
I am playing around with my pokemon silver's rom (US). I am using G2Map to open the map, and frhed as my hex editor. I will reference this probably a lot: https://hax.iimarck.us/files/scriptingcodes_eng.htm I have read a bit on how event scripting works, but am still trying to wrap my head around all of it. I am looking at the goldenrod map, and have been toying with the warp script, but I am unsure of what is happening. G2Map says the warp script is at 0x122482. and Currently G2Map says the Target Point is 1, Target Bank is D, and Target Map is B. This post was edited Heavily do to the fact I was pretty confused... So at ROM Location 0x122482, is the warp info for the Goldenrod Pokemon Center. The warp info is 5 bytes long. After some testing I found that they are arranged in this order: [YY][XX][DW][MB][DM] YY = Warp Tile's Y Coordinate XX = Warp Tile's X Coordinate DW = Destination Warp Number MB = Destination Map Bank DM = Destination Map This info is all editedable by G2Map. :^|