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Conversation Between DarkenedWolf and Cyclone
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  1. Cyclone
    August 13th, 2012 06:17 AM
    I've never heard of using a hack as a base for another hack. Wouldn't that get a little puzzling when it comes time to download an IPS of the new hack and patch the original ROM?

    The middle one uses Fakémon extensively (puppets), and therefore doesn't appeal to me as a Pokémon hack. The first one is nothing but an IPS download, so I know nothing about it.

  2. DarkenedWolf
    August 12th, 2012 08:50 PM

    I realize that PC would consider these hacks to be side projects since they are fairly vanilla, (also the THMon hacks can be a little confusing due to the new type chart) but that doesnt make them less fun to play. Each of these hacks is extremely well balanced while maintaining a stable level curve and appropriate difficulty. They also use the Physical/Special split, which is always fun.

  3. Cyclone
    August 12th, 2012 07:54 PM
    I'm still somewhat new to all the hacks around here, but if you think the Hack of the Year is so horrible, why don't you show me something that meets your standards? Preferably in English.

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