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February 17th, 2008, 02:20 PM
No documentation for the moment, but used as quick reference, you'll find "all" posssible scripting commands here:


February 18th, 2008, 03:13 PM
I think you should make it clear for what ROMS these are for, but meh, it's for FireRed and LeafGreen, and I think it's quite useful for the hackers of those ROMs.

Nicely done~

February 18th, 2008, 03:36 PM
you'll find "all" posssible scripting commands

So does that mean you hope that you found "ALL" of them :P

Whooz, that is a nice list. Thankz Mastermind_X! I am sure scripiters will use it to there advantage. I know I will.

February 18th, 2008, 04:14 PM
This is useful. Thanks, Mastermind! I still haven't gotten a hang of scripting much, but I am practicing to become a master! :D

February 18th, 2008, 04:25 PM
Awesome, now If someone can add them to pokescript!

February 19th, 2008, 01:24 AM
they are in this
www pokecommunity.com/showthread.php?t=127326
also the normal scripting is compatible between rs/fl/e with a few exeptions later games have more commands and a few rs commands were dropped. But the differences are really minor

February 19th, 2008, 02:29 AM
WOW. I don't think I have too much more to say. I'll have to mess around with all these and see how many I can get to work.

Teh Baro
March 21st, 2008, 08:42 AM
I've just copied all those commands to my rubikon.dat using the rubikon2Keditor.

So, it'd be cool to make a more complete rubikon.dat and a manual on it (with the commands it has and its parameters with the info on what do they do) (and its equivalent for pokescript, if it exists AND is doable, else the authors could just port it)... It'd be great if we all collaborate with stuff we discover by ourselves, specially on the uncommon commands. Right now I'm trying to discover how does the 0xAA command work (creates a sprite). I don't even know how many parameters it has, but I already got the picture, the X and y coords, the behaviour (but it doesn't follow the usual values, gotta test that).

With a powerful and comprehensible command database, more powerful scripts can be done!

So I'm done with 0xAA, which creates a sprite on the map.
6 parameters:
BYTE: sprite picture
BYTE: ???
WORD: X coordinates
WORD: Y coordinates
BYTE: ??? Values higher than 0F cause every sprite to be invisible
BYTE: behaviour
Looks like no matter what, you can walk over the sprite and it has no script attached (

So, that, if anyone discovers new stuff through testing, it'd be cool to share, or is mastermind_X already doing it?

The behaviours for createsprite:
00 - look down
02 - look up
03 - look left
04 - look right
09 - walk on the spot down
0B - walk on the spot up
0C - walk on the spot left
0D - walk on the spot right
12 - walk+ on the spot down
14 - walk+ on the spot up
15 - walk+ on the spot left
16 - walk+ on the spot right
1B - walk++ on the spot down
1D - walk++ on the spot up
1E - walk++ on the spot left
1F - walk++ on the spot right
24 - walk+++ on the spot down
26 - walk+++ on the spot up
27 - walk+++ on the spot left
28 - walk+++ on the spot right
2D - run on the spot (hero) down
2F - run on the spot (hero) up
30 - run on the spot (hero) left
31 - run on the spot (hero) right
3F - spin and stop left
41 - spin and stop right
42 - spin and stop down
43 - spin and stop up
48 - four slow steps down on spot

Walk+++ is really fun to watch. Got to say, I tried to load walk+++ left, right and down at the same time and they didn't load correctly (lol, overflow?)

March 21st, 2008, 11:30 AM
Another good news, theres no need to port it to other games, as XSE's almost complete, nearly all those commands are included, with alot of new functions.

March 22nd, 2008, 12:15 AM
Wow, good to see some commands, they'll be really helpful to me.
Nice work!

Teh Baro
March 22nd, 2008, 03:44 PM
ROM:0815FB58 DCD sh_69_jingle+1
I've always knew that it's not "jingle", but I've just realized that what this command does is freezing everyone.
For example, if you have people with a behaviour that implies movement (running on the spot, or walking around) they'd just freeze until the end of the script.

Like lock, but it should be caled "lockall"