The 4th gen class split in 3rd gen
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September 25th, 2011 (6:00 PM).
First of all, ASM is not that simple. Variables don't just come and go like that, if there's not enough room for a value in the registers, then you've got a problem.
More over, there's no need to use the contact byte in the attack data because there's enough space in the data struct to allow three more values that can reach 255, which is more then what we need since all we really need is just a boolean. The contact byte can stay the same so long as the code can be altered to take advantage of the new flag in the struct, which is what my patch for Fire Red does, albiet in a highly messy and unoptimized way. But what this means is that it's most certainly possible.
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