Thread: FireRed hack: Pokemon Fuligin
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Old April 19th, 2012 (2:14 PM). Edited April 19th, 2012 by Sloo.
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    Originally Posted by teejermiester View Post
    I hope to see another hack from you, except this time improved.

    BTW, I didn't mean to sound snotty or elitist if that's what I came off like.
    It's ok lol, I didn't really put too much attention into the story of this one.
    I did actually start on a new hack before I finished this one, which will have a lot more focus on the story. Also on Fuligin I was kind of afraid to delete or change some of the main script because I didn't have enough experience to understand that I could just completely make my own.

    I'm hacking ruby next, and have already completely changed the beginning.

    Originally Posted by Oddrane View Post
    Found it, thanks for the help, now i got all the legendary.

    So now i got another question, Pokemon 196 and 197 is Umbreon and Espeon? so how do you get them, as i cant see there is a day/night function in this hack.
    Sun stone and moon stone, although now that I think about it, I have no idea where a sun stone is.

    Originally Posted by conchim View Post
    Sorry I have some questions. After I defeat leader in Rim city what should I do next ? I also want to evolve gloom into bellossom so where can I find sun stone. Thank you for answer my questions.
    Go to Tekor Island next, and sorry I'm not sure where a sun stone would be :/

    Originally Posted by Treviso View Post
    I'm really enjoying your Hack!

    My current Team is
    Pidgeot Lv. 39
    Swampert Lv. 43
    Ampharos Lv. 46
    Gardevoir Lv. 43
    Charizard lv. 41

    Here is a list of Bugs I found (Can't post links yet):
    It should be "meditation"
    When you are on the bike route you can use surf and then go back and walk around. Also most of those rocks in the south aren't solid and you can go trough them (not very far).
    That is very strange, I assumed the cycling road had some sort of level script that kept you on your bike. That's also why I didn't bother with the rocks.
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