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Old April 29th, 2015 (1:52 PM). Edited October 17th, 2015 by kleenexfeu.
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    Don't know where to post it, items thread are almost never used, so, Choice Specs for Emerald. Just place this routine anywhere and follow the instruction within the spoiler :

    Spoiler:

    .thumb
    /*Routine you have to write at xx xx xx*/

    Checkheldeffect:
    ldrb r0, [sp, #0x24]
    cmp r0, #0x10 /*Held effect to checking choice spec*/
    beq ChoiceSpec
    cmp r0, #0x0
    beq ChoiceBand
    b End

    ChoiceSpec:
    mov r0, r8
    lsr r3, r0, #0x1
    add r3, r3, r0
    mov r8, r3
    b End

    ChoiceBand:
    lsr r0, r7, #0x1
    add r7, r7, r0

    End:
    ldr r0, Back
    mov pc, r0

    .align 2
    Back: .word 0x08069790+1
    /*Write at 0x69782 the following bytes : 01 48 00 47 00 00 xx+1 xx xx 08*/


    Thank's to Touched for his help and MrDs for his code (which I almost litterally copy/paste)

    Forgot to mention, this routine allows a new item to have the choice spec effect. All you have to do is to give at your item the same caracteristic than choice band, except for the "held item" part (which is just above the "battle usage" in G3T). If you copy/paste the routine above, you will have to set the held item effect at 16, because 0x10 in hex = 16 in dec.
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    Old May 3rd, 2015 (6:50 AM).
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      Event dependent map music

      I wasn't sure if I should post this here or in the ASM resource thread, but I decided to post it here. If the ASM resource thread is more adequate for something like this, feel free to move it there.

      So I've written a little routine that makes the game load a different track number than the one that's specified in the map header if a certain variable has a certain value. Basically what it does is it goes through a table and searches for a suited entry. The table can be inserted at any address at your convenience. Here's what an entry has to look like:
      Byte: map bank
      Byte: map number
      Hword: track number
      Hword: variable number
      Hword: variable value

      For example, if you want to have the map 3.0 play the song 0x130 when variable 0x40D0 holds the value 1, your entry should look like this: 03 00 30 01 D0 40 01 00.

      Important: The table has to be terminated by FF FF, otherwise the routine wouldn't stop searching.
      If the routine doesn't find any entry whose conditions are met, it will load the track from the map header. Vice versa, if more than one condition would be met, only the first track will be loaded. Also note that when you insert this routine, the already existing non-standard tracks of RSE (like the one during the weather crisis) won't work by default anymore.

      To insert it, you have to write the following:
      At 55D6C (FR) or at 8565C (EM)
      Code:
      00 49 08 47 XX XX XX XX
      XX XX XX XX has to be replaced with the pointer to the routine (+1 of course).

      The routine for FR is
      Code:
      30 B5 0E 4C 05 1C 20 88 0D 49 88 42 0E D0 29 88 88 42 09 D1 A0 88 0B 4A 00 F0 0F F8 00 88 E1 88 88 42 01 D1 60 88 07 E0 08 34 EC E7 28 78 69 78 05 4A 00 F0 02 F8 00 8A 30 BD 10 47 YY YY YY YY FF FF 00 00 55 E4 06 08 39 52 05 08
      and for EM
      Code:
      30 B5 0E 4C 05 1C 20 88 0D 49 88 42 0D D0 29 88 88 42 08 D1 A0 88 0B 4A 00 F0 0E F8 E1 88 88 42 01 D1 60 88 07 E0 08 34 ED E7 28 78 69 78 06 4A 00 F0 02 F8 00 8A 30 BD 10 47 00 00 YY YY YY YY FF FF 00 00 95 D6 09 08 91 4A 08 08
      YY YY YY YY has to be replaced with the pointer to the table mentioned above.
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      Old May 3rd, 2015 (7:48 AM).
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      Does your Emerald hack sound like this? Are you having sound corruption?



      Well then go to 0x2E0000 and you should see something like
      Code:
      00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 68 C8 40 61 46 4C 68
      Well for most cases just replace the 00s before the 68 byte with this line (just CTRL + B at 0x2E0000):

      Code:
      10 40 80 00 00 19 09 09 00 68 C8 40 61 46 4C 68
      And there you have it, sound corruption fixed. Here's the same video with sound corrected:

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      Old May 13th, 2015 (8:30 PM).
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        Quote:
        Originally Posted by DoesntKnowHowToPlay View Post


        XY added a feature that gives experience points when you catch pokemon. To duplicate this in FR, do the following:

        Repoint the battle script at x1d9a42 to point to this:

        2A 00 68 3D 02 02 05 00 50 9A 1D 08 60 0B 10 0B 01 F1 XX XX XX XX 2E E0 3F 02 02 00 2E 0C 3C 02 02 00 2E 0D 3C 02 02 00 23 00 10 0F 01 3A 2E 82 3E 02 02 00 F2 10 0D 01 3A 2E 82 3E 02 02 00 F3 80 9A 1D 08 F0 13 54 E6 3F 08 12 40 00 28 81 9A 1D 08

        where XX XX XX XX is a pointer to:

        2E E0 3F 02 02 00 2E 0C 3C 02 02 00 2E 0D 3C 02 02 00 23 00 10 0D 01 3A 2E 82 3E 02 02 00 F3 80 9A 1D 08 F0 13 54 E6 3F 08 12 40 00 28 81 9A 1D 08

        To let the player's mons evolve from this experience, replace the bytes at x15A68 with A1 5A 01 08.

        Edit: Changed the scripts, I assumed they cut off earlier than they actually did. Should work with full party+no nickname now.
        Is there a fix for this on some page that I'm not seeing? I double checked my work before posting, so I'm confident that my inputs are correct. It seems that if your pokemon are level 100 (a full party) the game freezes after the "give it a name" and if you have one pokemon (level 100) in your party, once it asks you for a name, it takes you to the pokemon select screen and doesn't let you do anything.


        Below are the exact steps I took:

        Spoiler:
        Install
        2E E0 3F 02 02 00 2E 0C 3C 02 02 00 2E 0D 3C 02 02 00 23 00 10 0D 01 3A 2E 82 3E 02 02 00 F3 80 9A 1D 08 F0 13 54 E6 3F 08 12 40 00 28 81 9A 1D 08

        at 7FFF50 which becomes 51 FF 7F 08 when turned into a pointer.

        I then put this pointer in

        2A 00 68 3D 02 02 05 00 50 9A 1D 08 60 0B 10 0B 01 F1 51 FF 7F 08 2E E0 3F 02 02 00 2E 0C 3C 02 02 00 2E 0D 3C 02 02 00 23 00 10 0F 01 3A 2E 82 3E 02 02 00 F2 10 0D 01 3A 2E 82 3E 02 02 00 F3 80 9A 1D 08 F0 13 54 E6 3F 08 12 40 00 28 81 9A 1D 08

        and then I overwrote what was at x1d9a42 and then changed the bytes at x15A68 to A1 5A 01 08.
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        Old May 14th, 2015 (12:11 AM).
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          Quote:
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          Is there a fix for this on some page that I'm not seeing? I double checked my work before posting, so I'm confident that my inputs are correct. It seems that if your pokemon are level 100 (a full party) the game freezes after the "give it a name" and if you have one pokemon (level 100) in your party, once it asks you for a name, it takes you to the pokemon select screen and doesn't let you do anything.


          Below are the exact steps I took:

          Spoiler:
          Install
          2E E0 3F 02 02 00 2E 0C 3C 02 02 00 2E 0D 3C 02 02 00 23 00 10 0D 01 3A 2E 82 3E 02 02 00 F3 80 9A 1D 08 F0 13 54 E6 3F 08 12 40 00 28 81 9A 1D 08

          at 7FFF50 which becomes 51 FF 7F 08 when turned into a pointer.

          I then put this pointer in

          2A 00 68 3D 02 02 05 00 50 9A 1D 08 60 0B 10 0B 01 F1 51 FF 7F 08 2E E0 3F 02 02 00 2E 0C 3C 02 02 00 2E 0D 3C 02 02 00 23 00 10 0F 01 3A 2E 82 3E 02 02 00 F2 10 0D 01 3A 2E 82 3E 02 02 00 F3 80 9A 1D 08 F0 13 54 E6 3F 08 12 40 00 28 81 9A 1D 08

          and then I overwrote what was at x1d9a42 and then changed the bytes at x15A68 to A1 5A 01 08.
          The pointer doesn't need +1 at here, this is battle script and not ASM code, so the correct one is 50 FF 7F 08.
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          Old May 14th, 2015 (12:59 AM). Edited May 14th, 2015 by Criminon.
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            Quote:
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            The pointer doesn't need +1 at here, this is battle script and not ASM code, so the correct one is 50 FF 7F 08.
            TY!

            Hmmm exact same problem. Wonder if JPAN's engine effects this?


            Edit:
            Got it working thanks for Percy. Looks like it was something to do with the offsets I was pointing to. Once pointed to 2D70C, and 2D7C4 it worked like a dream. Thanks so much everyone.
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            Old May 15th, 2015 (1:32 PM).
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              Since we're talking about the caught Exp. gain implementation again, I was wondering if anyone ever figured out what was going on with this issue with it. No one ever responded to it, and I don't think anyone proposed a solution.
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              Old May 18th, 2015 (7:38 PM). Edited May 28th, 2015 by kleenexfeu.
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                Updated LightBall (Double Atk/Sp atk) for Emerald :

                Spoiler:
                Code:
                CheckPoke:
                ldrh r0, [r6]
                cmp r0, #0x19
                beq Lightball
                ldr r0, =(0x0806983F)
                bx r0
                
                Lightball:
                mov r3, r8
                lsl r3, r3, #0x1
                mov r8, r3
                lsl r7, r7, #0x1
                ldr r0, =(0x0806983F)
                bx r0
                
                ##00 48 00 47 XX XX XX 08 00 00 00 at 0x69830.
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                Old May 23rd, 2015 (9:27 AM). Edited July 22nd, 2015 by kleenexfeu.
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                  STATS BUFF CHANGES (and miscellaneous) :

                  Hi,

                  I'm not sure if this is the good place, so tell me if I have to move/remove it.

                  I was trying to make contrary when I realised that there was a bunch of things to take in count. So I started to make a table that I could use to simplify the task,

                  which is rather hard.

                  I looked at JPAN's battle script documentation, which had been really useful but I noticed there was some things that were missing.
                  That's why I started to change the bytes used in the stats change animation and such, one by one, and found some useful stuff.

                  All of this effect can be (I think) set in any attack by setbyte 0x0202448E or 0x02024335 in BattleScriptPro from Jambo51, or by using your hands and type them in

                  Hex. Note that for the first category (0202448E) I did the test through a modification of tail glow's setbyte, and through a modification of overheat for the second

                  (02024335).

                  I think I missed some of the command, for exemple I only found the nightmare one with percent, I actually didn't test all the possibility, perhaps there's the byte

                  "revenge effect" (which can be used for adjust technician for exemple) or "absorb effect", but most of the time I was full life with a classic situation.
                  I could have missed rapid spin, dream eater, weather ball, thaws, imprison, snatch, stomp etc (at least if they can be set here).
                  So, if a command is not documented it's because I couldn't found what it does (and if it does indeed something). Also I didn't mention the "buff HP" because they

                  actually do nothing.


                  Also, a thing to note to avoid confusion : when I say "percent" I meant you can set the probability of the effect to happen (in G3T for exemple, which you should

                  use). You can possibly make a move that has 30% to make the foe unable to attack for the next turn (must recharge). Of course you can think it's like "flinched"

                  except that there's no ability that can bypass this. You can make a foe fall in nightmare when it's asleep by hiting it, and adjust the probability to happens (a little bit

                  overpowered I confess). There's other weird effect that can be used for fun (see commands 0xB5-like).



                  I divided these effects in two category (with 2 sub-category for the second). The first is controled by the byte at 0x0202448E and the second by the byte at

                  0x02024335. So, here is what I found :


                  Always change. Non-damaging. Byte at 0x0202448E. Here the changement are most of the time applied to the target, though the user can also be the target (agility and such), and sometimes the user is buffed instead of the target (anc power/overheat/super power also use that byte) :

                  Spoiler:
                  Code:
                  0x1 = +0 attack
                  0x2 = +0 defense
                  0x2 = +0 speed
                  0x4 = +0 attspe
                  0x5 = +0 defspe
                  0x6 = +0 accuracy
                  0x7 = +0 evasiness
                  0x11 = +1 attack (howl)
                  0x12 = +1 defense (harden)
                  0x13 = +1 speed (part of dragon dance)
                  0x14 = +1 attspe
                  0x15 = +1 defspe (part of cosmic power)
                  0x16 = +1 accuracy
                  0x17 = +1 evasiness (double team)
                  0x21 = +2 attack (sword dance)
                  0x22 = +2 defense (iron defense)
                  0x23 = +2 speed (agility)
                  0x24 = +2 attspe (tail glow)
                  0x25 = +2 defspe (amnesia)
                  0x26 = +2 accuracy
                  0x27 = +2 evasiness
                  0x31 = +3 attack (no animation)
                  0x32 = +3 defense (no animation)
                  0x33 = +3 speed (no animation)
                  0x34 = +3 speatt (no animation)
                  0x35 = +3 spedef (no animation)
                  0x36 = +3 accuracy (no animation)
                  0x37 = +3 evasiness (no animation
                  0x41 = +4 attack (no animation)
                  0x42 = +4 defense (no animation)
                  0x43 = +4 speed (no animation)
                  0x44 = +4 speatt (no animation)
                  0x45 = +4 spedef (no animation)
                  0x46 = +4 accuracy (no animation)
                  0x47 = +4 evasiness (no animation
                  0x51 = +5 attack (no animation)
                  0x52 = +5 defense (no animation)
                  0x53 = +5 speed (no animation)
                  0x54 = +5 speatt (no animation)
                  0x55 = +5 spedef (no animation)
                  0x56 = +5 accuracy (no animation)
                  0x57 = +5 evasiness (no animation
                  0x61 = +6 attack (no animation)
                  0x62 = +6 defense (no animation)
                  0x63 = +6 speed (no animation)
                  0x64 = +6 speatt (no animation)
                  0x65 = +6 spedef (no animation)
                  0x66 = +6 accuracy (no animation)
                  0x67 = +6 evasiness (no animation
                  0x91 = -1 attack (growl)
                  0x92 = -1 defense (leer)
                  0x93 = -1 speed (string shot)
                  0x94 = -1 attspe
                  0x95 = -1 defspe
                  0x96 = -1 accuracy (sand attack)
                  0x97 = -1 evasiness
                  0xA1 = -2 attack (feather dance)
                  0xA2 = -2 defense (screech)
                  0xA3 = -2 speed (scary face)
                  0xA4 = -2 attspe
                  0xA5 = -2 defspe (metal sound)
                  0xA6 = -2 accuracy
                  0xA7 = -2 evasiness
                  0xB1 = -3 attack (no animation)
                  0xB2 = -3 defense (no animation)
                  0xB3 = -3 speed (no animation)
                  0xB4 = -3 attspe (no animation)
                  0xB5 = -3 defspe (no animation)
                  0xB6 = -3 accuracy (no animation)
                  0xB7 = -3 evasiness (no animation)
                  0xC1 = -4 attack (no animation)
                  0xC2 = -4 defense (no animation)
                  0xC3 = -4 speed (no animation)
                  0xC4 = -4 attspe (no animation)
                  0xC5 = -4 defspe (no animation)
                  0xC6 = -4 accuracy (no animation)
                  0xC7 = -4 evasiness (no animation)
                  0xD1 = -5 attack (no animation)
                  0xD2 = -5 defense (no animation)
                  0xD3 = -5 speed (no animation)
                  0xD4 = -5 attspe (no animation)
                  0xD5 = -5 defspe (no animation)
                  0xD6 = -5 accuracy (no animation)
                  0xD7 = -5 evasiness (no animation)
                  0xE1 = -6 attack (no animation)
                  0xE2 = -6 defense (no animation)
                  0xE3 = -6 speed (no animation)
                  0xE4 = -6 attspe (no animation)
                  0xE5 = -6 defspe (no animation)
                  0xE6 = -6 accuracy (no animation)
                  0xE7 = -6 evasiness (no animation)
                  0xF1 = -6 or 7 attack (no animation)
                  0xF2 = -6 or 7 defense (no animation)
                  0xF3 = -6 or 7 speed (no animation)
                  0xF4 = -6 or 7 attspe (no animation)
                  0xF5 = -6 or 7 defspe (no animation)
                  0xF6 = -6 or 7 accuracy (no animation)
                  0xF7 = -6 or 7 evasiness (no animation)




                  At this byte sometimes you can adjust the effect with a percent (with G3T or others). Byte at 0x02024335. Damaging moves use this. Here the user or the target may be affected :


                  Target :

                  Spoiler:
                  Code:
                  0x1 = make sleep (percent)
                  0x02 = poisoned (percent)
                  0x03 = burn (percent)
                  0x04 = freeze (percent)
                  0x05 = paralyze (percent)
                  0x07 = confuse (dizzy punch) (percent)
                  0x08 = Flinch (percent)
                  0x09 = Tri-attack (percent)
                  0xA = Make the foe using the same move than the user, only once (percent)
                  0xB = payday with percent
                  0xC = see the 0xB5-like (percent
                  0xD = "trapped by sand tomb" with warp animation (percent)
                  0xF = +1 attack (percent)
                  0x10 = +1 defense (percent)
                  0x11 = +1 speed (percent)
                  0x12 = +1 attspe (percent)
                  0x13 = +1 defspe (percent)
                  0x14 = +1 accuracy (percent)
                  0x15 = +1 evasiness (percent)
                  0x16 = -1 attack (percent)
                  0x17 = -1 def (rock smash) (percent)
                  0x18 = -1 speed (percent)
                  0x19 = -1 attspe (mist ball) (percent)
                  0x1A = -1 defspe (psychic) (percent)
                  0x1B = -1 accuracy (muddy water) (percent)
                  0x1C = -1 evasiness (percent)
                  0x1D = The foe must recharge (percent) yes, the foe
                  0x21 = Nightmare (percent) and if the foe's asleep
                  0x27 = +2 attack (percent)
                  0x28 = +2 defense (percent)
                  0x29 = +2 speed (percent)
                  0x2A = +2 attspe (percent)
                  0x2B = +2 defspe (percent)
                  0x2C = +2 accuracy (percent)
                  0x2D = +2 evasiness (percent)
                  0x2E = -2 attack (percent)
                  0x2F = -2 defense (percent)
                  0x30 = -2 speed (percent)
                  0x31 = -2 attspe (percent)
                  0x32 = -2 defspe (percent)
                  0x33 = -2 accuracy (percent)
                  0x34 = -2 evasiness (percent)
                  0x49 = Tri-attack effect (percent)
                  0x81 = sleep
                  0x82 = poisoned
                  0x83 = burn
                  0x84 = Freeze
                  0x85 = Paralyze
                  0x86 = badly poisoned
                  0x87 = Confused
                  0x88 = Flinch
                  0x89 = Same than C9
                  0x8A = same than 0xB5 combined with uproar, infinite loop in one vs one (until someone faint/miss)
                  0x8B = payday again
                  0x8C = same than 0xB5 but more weird, sometimes it stops, sometimes not, you shouldn't use it. infinite loop in one vs one (until someone faint/miss).
                  0x8D = "Trapped by sand tomb" but with warp animation
                  0x8F = +1 attack
                  0x90 = +1 defense
                  0x91 = +1 speed
                  0x92 = +1 attspe
                  0x93 = +1 defspe
                  0x94 = +1 accuracy
                  0x95 = +1 evasiness
                  0x96 = -1 attack
                  0x97 = -1 defense
                  0x98 = -1 speed
                  0x99 = -1 attspe
                  0x9A = -1 defspe
                  0x9B = -1 accuracy
                  0x9C = -1 evasiness
                  0x9D = Fun too. The FOE and not the user, must recharge 
                  0xA7 = +2 attack
                  0xA8 = +2 defense
                  0xA9 = +2 speed
                  0xAA = +2 attspe
                  0xAB = +2 defspe
                  0xAC = +2 accuracy
                  0xAD = +2 evasiness
                  0xAE = -2 attack
                  0xAF = -2 defense
                  0xB0 = -2 speed
                  0xB1 = -2 attspe
                  0xB2 = -2 defspe
                  0xB3 = -2 accuracy
                  0xB4 = -2 evasiness
                  0xB5 = Really funny. If you use this attack, the foe will use it as well even if it doesn't have it. Think about it, what about a ground pokémon that use this move 
                  (which could be electric)? Or a flying that use this move being ground? dark/psychic work as well and so on. Note : The user (as well as the foe) become confuse 
                  after few turn.
                  0xC9 = Freeze/Burn/Paralyze always
                  0xCB = "Coins scaterred everywhere" perhaps same effect than payday


                  User :

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                  0xE = hit + recoil (percent)
                  0x22 = +1 att/def/spe/attsp/defsp (percent)
                  0x25 = -1 attack/defense (percent)
                  0x26 = hit + recoil (percent)
                  0x35 = 0xB5 but with a percent, could be very useful.
                  0x3B = -2 att spe (percent)
                  0x41 = sleep (percent)
                  0x42 = poisoned (percent)
                  0x43 = Burned (with percent)
                  0x44 = freeze (percent)
                  0x45 = paralyze (percent)
                  0x46 = Badly poisoned (percent)
                  0x47 = Confused (percent)
                  0x4A = Uproar (percent)
                  0x4B = Payday effect but with percent
                  0x4C = You use the move infinite times (you can set the percent) until you confuse/miss/faint etc
                  0x4D = "trapped by sand tomb" with warp effect (percent)
                  0x4E = hit with recoil (percent)
                  0x4F = +1 attack (percent) 
                  0x50 = +1 defense (percent)
                  0x51 = +1 speed (percent)
                  0x52 = +1 attspe (percent)
                  0x53 = +1 defspe (percent)
                  0x54 = +1 accuracy (percent)
                  0x55 = +1 evasiness (percent)
                  0x56 = -1 attack (percent) 
                  0x57 = -1 defense (percent)
                  0x58 = -1 speed (percent)
                  0x59 = -1 attspe (percent)
                  0x5A = -1 defspe (percent)
                  0x5B = -1 accuracy (percent)
                  0x5C = -1 evasiness (percent)
                  0x5D = Another cool, hyper beam effect with percent (can't remember who looked for that)
                  0x5E = Rage effect (with percent)
                  0x62 = Ancien power (percent)
                  0x65 = -1 att/defense (percent)
                  0x66 = Hit with recoil, and weirdly with percent (doesn't depend on contact)
                  0x67 = +2 attack (percent)
                  0x68 = +2 defense (percent)
                  0x69 = +2 speed (percent)
                  0x6A = +2 attspe (percent)
                  0x6B = +2 defspe (percent)
                  0x6C = +2 accuracy (percent)
                  0x6D = +2 evasiness (percent)
                  0x6E = -2 attack (percent)
                  0x6F = -2 defense (percent)
                  0x70 = -2 speed (percent)
                  0x71 = -2 attspe (percent)
                  0x72 = -2 defspe (percent)
                  0x73 = -2 accuracy (percent)
                  0x74 = -2 evasiness (percent)
                  0x75 = Outrage/petal dance (percent)
                  0x76 = Apparently make you lost your item but say [the foe] lost [the item your holding]
                  0x7B = -2 spe attack
                  0x8E = hit with recoil
                  0x9E = Rage effect
                  0xA2 = +1 att/def/spee/attspe/defspe
                  0xA5 = -1 att/defense
                  0xA6 = hit with recoil
                  0xBB = -2 attspe
                  0xC1 = Sleep
                  0xC2 = Poisonned
                  0xC3 = Burn
                  0xC4 = Freeze
                  0xC5 = Paralyze
                  0xC6 = Badly Poisonned
                  0xC7 = Confusing
                  0xCA = Uproar
                  0xCC = Make you use the move infinite times, unless someone make you confused
                  0xCD = This one is weird, it says "trapped by sand tomb", it traps yourself, and does the 1/16 damage with wrap animation
                  0xCE = hit with recoil
                  0xCF = +1 attack
                  0xD0 = +1 def
                  0xD1 = +1 speed
                  0xD2 = +1 attspe
                  0xD3 = +1 defspe
                  0xD4 = +1 accuracy
                  0xD5 = +1 evasiness
                  0xD6 = -1 attack
                  0xD7 = -1 defense
                  0xD8 = -1 speed
                  0xD9 = -1 attspe
                  0xDA = -1 defspe
                  0xDB = -1 accuracy
                  0xDC = -1 evasiness
                  0xE2 = +1 att/def/speed/attspe/defspe
                  0xE5 = -1 att/def
                  0xE6 = hit with recoil
                  0xE7 = +2 attack
                  0xE8 = +2 def
                  0xE9 = +2 speed
                  0xEA = +2 attspe
                  0xEB = +2 defspe
                  0xEC = +2 accuracy
                  0xED = +2 evasiness
                  0xEE = -2 attack
                  0xEF = -2 def
                  0xF0 = -2 speed
                  0xF1 = -2 attspe
                  0xF2 = -2 defspe
                  0xF3 = -2 accuracy
                  0xF4 = -2 evasiness
                  0xFB = -2 attspe (overheat) (bypass clear body)




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                    The critical hit table is located at x250530 for FireRed and x31c128 for Emerald. Place the bytes 10 00 08 00 02 00 01 00 01 00 at the respective locations to update the table to Generation 6 mechanics.

                    I also might search the bytes for focus energy and high-critical hit ratio moves too and update this too.
                    EDIT: I checked the routines in FR,EM and Ruby ROMs. And in all of them, focus energy gives +2 crit level and high crit moves give +1 crit level which is up to gen vi standards. I also tested focus+scope lens combo (always getting crits) and high crit move+scope lens combo (not always giving critical but high chance). So i think no further byte change is required if the two tests pass which it did while i was testing in fire red.
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                    I found the way to emulate the critical-hit nerf (2x to 1.5x) in Gen III.
                    This just hijacks the way of manipulating the critical hit damage using the critical hit marker.

                    UDPATE: CORRECTED(Thanks to Aruaruu for finding the flaw)

                    For Fire Red:
                    Spoiler:

                    Insert this first mini-routine somewhere in free space

                    Code:
                    .text
                    .align 2
                    .thumb
                    .thumb_func
                    
                    ldr r4, damage
                    ldr r1, crit
                    ldrb r1, [r1, #0x0]
                    add r1, r1, #0x1
                    mul r1, r0
                    lsr r1, r1, #0x1
                    ldr r3, return
                    bx r3
                    
                    .align 2
                    damage: .word 0x02023D50
                    crit: .word 0x02023D71
                    return: .word 0x0801E5ED
                    At x1E5E4 place 00 4B 18 47 XX+1 XX XX 08
                    ---
                    Then, insert this second routine

                    Code:
                    .text
                    .align 2
                    .thumb
                    .thumb_func
                    
                    mov r1, #0x0
                    strh r1, [r6, #0x0]
                    ldr r1, crit
                    ldrb r1, [r1, #0x0]
                    add r1, r1, #0x1
                    mul r1, r0
                    lsr r1, r1, #0x1
                    ldr r3, return
                    bx r3
                    
                    .align 2
                    crit: .word 0x02023D71
                    return: .word 0x0801E6E5
                    At x1E6DC: 00 4B 18 47 YY+1 YY YY 08 00 00


                    For Emerald:
                    Spoiler:

                    Insert this first mini-routine somewhere in free space

                    Code:
                    .text
                    .align 2
                    .thumb
                    .thumb_func
                    
                    ldr r4, damage
                    ldr r1, crit
                    ldrb r1, [r1, #0x0]
                    add r1, r1, #0x1
                    mul r1, r0
                    lsr r1, r1, #0x1
                    ldr r3, return
                    bx r3
                    
                    .align 2
                    damage: .word 0x020241F0
                    crit: .word 0x02024211
                    return: .word 0x08046DDD
                    At x46DD4 place 00 4B 18 47 XX+1 XX XX 08
                    ---
                    Then, insert this second routine

                    Code:
                    .text
                    .align 2
                    .thumb
                    .thumb_func
                    
                    mov r1, #0x0
                    strh r1, [r6, #0x0]
                    ldr r1, crit
                    ldrb r1, [r1, #0x0]
                    add r1, r1, #0x1
                    mul r1, r0
                    lsr r1, r1, #0x1
                    ldr r3, return
                    bx r3
                    
                    .align 2
                    crit: .word 0x02024211
                    return: .word 0x08046ED5
                    At x46ECC: 00 4B 18 47 Y+1 YY YY 08 00 00
                    Question: Do I need to do and have them both? or the second quote can be done without the first quote?
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                      Question: Do I need to do and have them both? or the second quote can be done without the first quote?
                      Both can be done individually. The first one updates the chance of occurence of critical according the latest gen standards. While the second one decreases the power of critical hit to 1.5x from 2x.
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                      Old May 28th, 2015 (8:29 PM).
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                        I'm not sure this deserves its own thread, but I know the information will be useful to someone.

                        There are two images used for the battle hud. The enemy hud, and your pokemon's hud.

                        The enemy hud location is:
                        D1F604

                        Your pokemon's is:
                        D1F340

                        Each of these use the same pallet at:
                        D11b84

                        Entering these into the program NSE and setting the width to "8" and the height to "16" will display a perfect image of them, only cut in half. Happy editing!
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                        Old May 30th, 2015 (6:41 AM).
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                          While inserting my new map into my hack I had the problem that the calculated map points were wrong.
                          Like for example ROUTE 1 has the block size 1x2 so at some point at the overworld the map shows your player at the upper point or the lower point.
                          When you change your map size things are messed up, because the calculation goes wrong. If you want to change this go to 0x083F2178. It takes some trying to find the right offset for your location. It starts with the citys which are 1x1.
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                            Two doubts/ideas/requests:
                            1 - Is there a way to make fainted wild Pokémon not disappear, so you could catch them easier after they faint? And making they get some health back after an attempt to capture (so it looks like the anime, a little more)?
                            2 - Also I know this have probably been discussed before, but how hard would it be to make a Pokémon have more than 4 attacks?
                            I know you wouldn't have to change anything within the Pokédex. Adding one or two summary page with another 4 attacks each (if we could make it to 8 attacks, or 12 respectively) would solve the OW problems.
                            Inside battles, I don't have knowledge to make a correct statement. But the way I see, you only would have to change the "'Pokémon X' is trying to learn 'move Y', but he already know four moves. Forget a move to make room for 'move Y'?" routine, the room for the moves themselves and a way to show four moves in three different sets.
                            Is all that too difficult? What would it take?
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                              Two doubts/ideas/requests:
                              1 - Is there a way to make fainted wild Pokémon not disappear, so you could catch them easier after they faint? And making they get some health back after an attempt to capture (so it looks like the anime, a little more)?
                              2 - Also I know this have probably been discussed before, but how hard would it be to make a Pokémon have more than 4 attacks?
                              I know you wouldn't have to change anything within the Pokédex. Adding one or two summary page with another 4 attacks each (if we could make it to 8 attacks, or 12 respectively) would solve the OW problems.
                              Inside battles, I don't have knowledge to make a correct statement. But the way I see, you only would have to change the "'Pokémon X' is trying to learn 'move Y', but he already know four moves. Forget a move to make room for 'move Y'?" routine, the room for the moves themselves and a way to show four moves in three different sets.
                              Is all that too difficult? What would it take?
                              I don't think there's enough RAM for that many moves, if there is space in the RAM it could be possible.
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                              Two doubts/ideas/requests:
                              1 - Is there a way to make fainted wild Pokémon not disappear, so you could catch them easier after they faint? And making they get some health back after an attempt to capture (so it looks like the anime, a little more)?
                              2 - Also I know this have probably been discussed before, but how hard would it be to make a Pokémon have more than 4 attacks?
                              I know you wouldn't have to change anything within the Pokédex. Adding one or two summary page with another 4 attacks each (if we could make it to 8 attacks, or 12 respectively) would solve the OW problems.
                              Inside battles, I don't have knowledge to make a correct statement. But the way I see, you only would have to change the "'Pokémon X' is trying to learn 'move Y', but he already know four moves. Forget a move to make room for 'move Y'?" routine, the room for the moves themselves and a way to show four moves in three different sets.
                              Is all that too difficult? What would it take?
                              Each of those things requires tampering with the engine.

                              If you're adding or taking away any moves, even one, you have to break half the game and edit every single instance of move reading and writing, names and even things like position and structures.
                              So if you like to break the game in half and rewrite almost the entire engine for moves, start as soon as possible since you'll be at it for 8 years.
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                                I don't think there's enough RAM for that many moves, if there is space in the RAM it could be possible.
                                Quote:
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                                Each of those things requires tampering with the engine.

                                If you're adding or taking away any moves, even one, you have to break half the game and edit every single instance of move reading and writing, names and even things like position and structures.
                                So if you like to break the game in half and rewrite almost the entire engine for moves, start as soon as possible since you'll be at it for 8 years.
                                :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :(
                                It's hard... Tedious, long and super hard...

                                Even the first one? I saw the experience gain after catching a wild Pokémon, and I thought there could be a way to make the game "wait" for you to decide to capture it or not after the Pokémon faints.
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                                  :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :(
                                  It's hard... Tedious, long and super hard...

                                  Even the first one? I saw the experience gain after catching a wild Pokémon, and I thought there could be a way to make the game "wait" for you to decide to capture it or not after the Pokémon faints.
                                  I'm not really that familiar with it, but BSP has a faintpokemon command, which I think makes the Pokemon faint. You can start there.
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                                    I'm not really that familiar with it, but BSP has a faintpokemon command, which I think makes the Pokemon faint. You can start there.
                                    Thanks bro, I'll look into it. =D
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                                    Old June 1st, 2015 (2:52 PM).
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                                      Thanks bro, I'll look into it. =D
                                      You'll most likely have to modify the catch rate formula for every Poke Ball as well, because I don't think they're set up to handle a Pokemon with 0.0% health left. From what I understand, you want the Pokemon to faint, but you want the battle's end to be delayed by a turn to give the player the chance to catch it?

                                      Honestly, this feature seems like it's way above your current skill level. You should work your way up to that level with more "conventional" hacking before attempting this, I would think.

                                      Furthermore, allowing every Pokemon to have more than four moves would require expanding the data structure that handles a Pokemon's information, not to mention you'd have to C up interfaces to display those extra moves, and find some way to handle switching sets in battle for both the player and the AI. If an AI Trainer is to have custom movesets, you'd have to set up a way to save eight moves per Pokemon in that structure too. The game is set up with the four move limit, and every structure/feature that involves using, displaying, or otherwise refers to Pokemon moves assumes that the limit is four. That's an almost insurmountable amount of research and targeted ASM edits to accomplish, and it has a good chance of breaking the game in ways that are not immediately obvious because of the scope of the changes. If, once you get to the skill level that how this all works is understandable to you, and you still think it's worth the effort to change, then go for it! But for those who do know how difficult and impractical this would be to implement, it's not worth the time investment to do for someone else.
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                                        You'll most likely have to modify the catch rate formula for every Poke Ball as well, because I don't think they're set up to handle a Pokemon with 0.0% health left. From what I understand, you want the Pokemon to faint, but you want the battle's end to be delayed by a turn to give the player the chance to catch it?

                                        Honestly, this feature seems like it's way above your current skill level. You should work your way up to that level with more "conventional" hacking before attempting this, I would think.

                                        Furthermore, allowing every Pokemon to have more than four moves would require expanding the data structure that handles a Pokemon's information, not to mention you'd have to C up interfaces to display those extra moves, and find some way to handle switching sets in battle for both the player and the AI. If an AI Trainer is to have custom movesets, you'd have to set up a way to save eight moves per Pokemon in that structure too. The game is set up with the four move limit, and every structure/feature that involves using, displaying, or otherwise refers to Pokemon moves assumes that the limit is four. That's an almost insurmountable amount of research and targeted ASM edits to accomplish, and it has a good chance of breaking the game in ways that are not immediately obvious because of the scope of the changes. If, once you get to the skill level that how this all works is understandable to you, and you still think it's worth the effort to change, then go for it! But for those who do know how difficult and impractical this would be to implement, it's not worth the time investment to do for someone else.
                                        The fainting Pokémon is just an idea based in the anime. Most of the times, a Pokémon is defeated there, before a capture is attempted.
                                        I believe it could be easier, as the experience after catching a Pokémon was simple too. I never thought about the Pokéballs, actually. Just had the idea and let it out.
                                        Believe me, not trying that until a lot of other stuff is done, here.

                                        As for the maximum moves a Pokémon can have, I thought that would be easy to just add a new page to the "Summary" screen, as the same easy way to add a new layer to the "Fight" command inside a battle.
                                        I didn't know it involved so much. Plus, I thought the moves were directed for each Pokémon. I thought each Pokémon had 4 slots, and the game would just "fill the blanks" for the Pokémon every time a move was shown (fighting, Summary screen, etc, etc). I thought just changing this number to 8 and adding a viewable way of using the other slots was enough.
                                        I also thought after GoGoJJTech's explanation that maybe the attacks could be divided into "sets". That way, before the game "chooses" or "displays" (or whatever) using codes like "load move1, move2, move3 and move4" it would come with a "load set1, set2" beforehand. That way, you could still have codes for 4 moves, but you could choose what "block of 4 moves" you could use before.
                                        I don't know if the way I explained it, it sounded silly or just plain stupid. I don't have much programming knowledge, but it seemed like an alternative (not by far a much efficient one) to rewriting half the game.

                                        But no sweat, dropped it.
                                        Maybe if I ever try to write a game from scratch, who knows...
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                                          I'm not sure this deserves its own thread, but I know the information will be useful to someone.

                                          There are two images used for the battle hud. The enemy hud, and your pokemon's hud.

                                          The enemy hud location is:
                                          D1F604

                                          Your pokemon's is:
                                          D1F340

                                          Each of these use the same pallet at:
                                          D11b84

                                          Entering these into the program NSE and setting the width to "8" and the height to "16" will display a perfect image of them, only cut in half. Happy editing!
                                          Just curious. Do you have any more information on the full layout of the battle HUD. As in how to change its layout and font?
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                                          Old June 1st, 2015 (9:24 PM).
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                                            Just curious. Do you have any more information on the full layout of the battle HUD. As in how to change its layout and font?
                                            The rest of the offsets are:
                                            D1F340 - Player normal battles
                                            D1F794 - Player double battles
                                            D1F604 - Enemy normal battles
                                            D1F928 - Enemy double battles
                                            D1FABC - Safari ui
                                            D11BC4 HP bar (Pallet D11BA4)
                                            D11BC4 XP bar (Pallet D11B84)
                                            E7BB04 Trainer Pokeball line (think it uses pallet D11B84)

                                            As for the maps, I have no clue where they are, and I'm still searching. The XP and health bars are missing another image, and once it gets to a certain point will change to that image, if you find it, post it here please. Also no clue on where the text is.
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                                              Anyone know where I can edit the table(?) for the friendship/happiness?
                                              To elaborate on this something like making the decrease of a pokemon's friendship 10 instead of 1..
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                                                The rest of the offsets are:
                                                D1F340 - Player normal battles
                                                D1F794 - Player double battles
                                                D1F604 - Enemy normal battles
                                                D1F928 - Enemy double battles
                                                D1FABC - Safari ui
                                                D11BC4 HP bar (Pallet D11BA4)
                                                D11BC4 XP bar (Pallet D11B84)
                                                E7BB04 Trainer Pokeball line (think it uses pallet D11B84)

                                                As for the maps, I have no clue where they are, and I'm still searching. The XP and health bars are missing another image, and once it gets to a certain point will change to that image, if you find it, post it here please. Also no clue on where the text is.
                                                D11BC4 should be expanded to 16 x 16 with opened in NSE 2.1

                                                It shows the HP bar and Exp bar in all stages (when you said they changed), the Trainer Pokeball Lineup Balls, and the Status ailments.

                                                All that is left to be found is the text and the tilemaps and that should be a full documentation of the Battle HUD.
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