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Hack Series Pokémon Photonic Sun & Prismatic Moon Page 14

Started by Buffel Saft July 25th, 2018 5:03 AM
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Wondering if there is a bug with fairy type moves. Trying to use disarming voice on a few pokemon and it's not very effective on lotad and it isn't super effective on riolu or inkay.
Are you using a Popplio with Liquid Voice by any chance? Disarming Voice is a sound move so that ability will make it a water type move.
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Oh, if you've already built the ROM you'll only need to redo some of the build process.

If you don't have the unpacked ROM files anymore, unpack the modified ROM (follow the first four steps of part of the citra install guide if you don't know how to do this), then download pk3DS from (link removed because it wouldn't let me post). From there all you have to do is run pk3DS, open the folder containing all the ROM files, then click the Wild Encounters button and click "Randomize All" in the window that pops up. There are extra options for the randomizer in the bottom left of this window if you want them. Then you can just rebuild the ROM (step 7 and 8 of part 2 of the citra install guide) and replace the unrandomized ROM in your citra games folder. You won't need to rebuild the game update or reinstall any part of the hack as you've already done that.

If you've still got the files you can skip the unpacking step.
Oh, awesome! Thank you very much, I appreciate it!
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Do... certain pokemon have their standard learnsets/type changes in the rebalanced patch?

I got a Cyndaquil and a Shinx early on in the rebalanced version but once they evolved to Quilava and Luxray respectively, they kept their unchanged typings. I put attention into their learnsets from the rebalanced version and it doesn't match the documentation. For example, Quilava should learn Rollout at lvl 20 in rebalanced but for me, at lvl 20, it learned Flame Wheel, which matches with the standard documentation.

The weird thing is, I caught an Elekid and got an Electric/Fighting Electivire, as well as a Rock/Ground Lycanroc with the same learnsets defined in the .txt file for the rebalanced patch.

Are there mixed rebalanced/standard "sets" for the pokemon in the rebalanced patch? Does the lack of national pokedex affect this? I was wondering because both Shinx and Cyndaquil lines aren't numbered in the pokedex in Sun and Moon.

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Do... certain pokemon have their standard learnsets/type changes in the rebalanced patch?

I got a Cyndaquil and a Shinx early on in the rebalanced version but once they evolved to Quilava and Luxray respectively, they kept their unchanged typings. I put attention into their learnsets from the rebalanced version and it doesn't match the documentation. For example, Quilava should learn Rollout at lvl 20 in rebalanced but for me, at lvl 20, it learned Flame Wheel, which matches with the standard documentation.

The weird thing is, I caught an Elekid and got an Electric/Fighting Electivire, as well as a Rock/Ground Lycanroc with the same learnsets defined in the .txt file for the rebalanced patch.

Are there mixed rebalanced/standard "sets" for the pokemon in the rebalanced patch? Does the lack of national pokedex affect this? I was wondering because both Shinx and Cyndaquil lines aren't numbered in the pokedex in Sun and Moon.
Did you download a prebuilt ROM/cia by any chance? Those changes were pretty recent so you might just have an outdated version if so. If not, that's most likely a mistake; everything in the rebalanced version should have the stats and movesets listed in the documentation for it. The files on my PC are correct, but I'll check the ones on Google drive just to be sure.

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Ah! That's probably it then. I did have a patched rom a couple of months ago and I wanted to play it again, so I probably forgot to re-patch it between looking at the documentation and stuff. If there's an older version already patched, would there be a problem if I overwrite the older version with the newest one?
No, that should work just fine. If you're playing on 3DS it'd be a good idea to check that the older version used a code.ips file rather than a code.bin (delete the code.bin file if so).

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I seem to have also run into a typings issue. This is on my recently acquired 3DS. Kricketune is not Bug/Normal. I am using the Luma patching of the rebalanced version of Photonic Sun.
Whoops, sorry about that, I've just fixed it. Thanks for letting me know!

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Ah okay. So I would need to re-install the files to my SD card correct? It won't negatively affect my current save file/will still recognize it no problem?
Yeah, you can just copy everything over to your SD card again and the all the old files will be overwritten. Updates won't ever impact your save file due to how limited 3DS hacking is, so that won't be a problem.
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