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Second Generation Following the success of Red, Blue and Yellow, Pokémon Gold, Silver and Crystal introduced fans to an exciting new world full of new Pokémon to find, catch and train. Reminisce about your favourite moments in the Johto region, share your adventures and argue about the Johto master race.

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Old February 27th, 2014 (7:22 AM).
Dafty Dafty is offline
 
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Hello,

I come to you with my problem because I didn't find anything usefull on google (seems like Gen 2 is too old to still have thread alive...) and the only tutorial I found don't give the solution...

So basically I want to edit the sprite of Gold (for Gold Version)/Silver (for Silver version) , so in short: YOUR sprite. I have the software AGIXP 4.11 that extract sprite for editing , and therefore I extracted the sprite of "yourself" by the "Pokemon/Trainer-Pic extracting" option, but here the thing:

-First, this is not the back sprite so it don't work in battle (still have the original sprite)

-It seems that this sprite is the "front version" of battle and the same used in the introduction of the game. But in-game this is not the same ( when you press " Start > <Name> " where you see all your badges, time played and your sprite it still the original one). So I guess there is an another version of the sprite you have to edit too...


I read that you have to extact with AGIXP by "Pic-Offset" option and wrie the Size "48*48" , and some-one posted the offset, it is indeed the backsprite of "you" but it stay weird or AGIXP crash...

I know this is approximatly the same thing on Gba version (Fr/Lg-R/S/E) and you have to take an another program to "rebuild" the sprite before editing but I can't find the version of the tutorial or software for Gen II..

So I need your help please.

Thanx in advance for taking time to read and reply, and sorry for my bad language.
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