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    After creating a mod-pack, one such mod you can add for Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Blue Rescue Team is the Starter Mod, a modification that changes the available starters you can use.

    Instructions

    1. On the New Project window, choose "Starter Mod" in the drop-down, and fill in the name with something that makes sense. Then click OK.
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    2. Expand the project you just created and open "Starter Pokemon". You can do this either by double-clicking or by right-clicking and clicking Open.
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    3. Edit things to your liking. You should see something that looks like this:
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      For the purpose of this tutorial, we'll do this:
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    4. Click File -> Save -> Save File. Until issue #73 is resolved, there won't be an asterisk before or after saving.
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    Remarks

    If you try it out, you should see the Pokemon you chose.

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    Observe the lack of the portraits. When editing EoS ROMs, you can create a project that takes care of that. That is not the case for Blue Rescue Team. The file format is understood, and we can substitute the portraits. However, we can't currently get the game to use the substituted portraits. This may be the side effect of hard-coding, but what exactly controls this is unknown.



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    It crashes my game with specific animations (like when they become a team and do a "we did it" type animation).

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    On 8/1/2019 at 12:28 PM, DrMasquerade said:

    It crashes my game with specific animations (like when they become a team and do a "we did it" type animation).

    I think I encountered something like this years ago with save edits, but IIRC the only crash was that one scene. I might not be able to do anything about that, but what happens if you switch to a clean ROM for that one scene?

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    I haven't tested it. Someone is making a mod to replace the unique animations to a generic one so it never crashes like here: 

     

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    been wanting to give this a try however when i started on the very first step its says choose "Starter Mod" in the drop-down. but there isnt a starter mod on the drop down am i using an older version or a new version which has a different way of editing roms im using version 1.0.0.0 its probably me missing something but anyhelp would be appreciated!

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    8 hours ago, NightFireFox said:

    been wanting to give this a try however when i started on the very first step its says choose "Starter Mod" in the drop-down. but there isnt a starter mod on the drop down am i using an older version or a new version which has a different way of editing roms im using version 1.0.0.0 its probably me missing something but anyhelp would be appreciated!

    Are you using the latest version linked to in the intro?

     

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    that was the problem was using an older version. however when i got the newer version im still having the same problem the version im on is 4.2.12.0

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    1 hour ago, NightFireFox said:

    that was the problem was using an older version. however when i got the newer version im still having the same problem the version im on is 4.2.12.0

    Are you using right-click -> Create Project in Solution Explorer and not Create File in the File menu?

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    i did following it the way on the guide only two that show up were modpack and generic mod. starter mod did not show i restarted to make sure i was following it right and those are the only 2 to show.

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    2 hours ago, NightFireFox said:

    i did following it the way on the guide only two that show up were modpack and generic mod. starter mod did not show i restarted to make sure i was following it right and those are the only 2 to show.

    Choose the modpack solution. Once you go through the wizard, you'll be able to create a starter mod project. Please be sure to read at least the first 3 steps in the tutorial before trying to create the starter project.

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    53 minutes ago, evandixon said:

    Choose the modpack solution. Once you go through the wizard, you'll be able to create a starter mod project. Please be sure to read at least the first 3 steps in the tutorial before trying to create the starter project.

    i have done the last 3 steps and made the modpack with the Wizard. when i right click Directory and create project only Generic mod and modpack show up. i have been following form step one on the other pages to this point. here's an image of what im seeing on the sky editor
     

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