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Gandalf
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posted 03-21-2000 02:26 PM      Profile for Gandalf   Author's Homepage   Email Gandalf   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
*is too lazy to research this* Thanks.

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cfalcon
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Well, I can't make it permanent in all cases... for instance, if you pop the monster in and out of a box, all his scores are rederived, so even if I set his speed to 2 to test paralysis I couldn't keep it at that value after boxing him.

However...


These will modify the current values for R/B of all stats. MHP=max hit points, to avoid glitches set this >= HP.
All of these are two byte (16 bit) values, so you'll need to know that the most signifigant byte comes first (like in all pokemon stuff).

HPH 01??6CD1
HPL 01??6DD1
MHPH 01??8DD1
MHPL 01??8ED1
ATTH 01??8FD1
ATTL 01??90D1
DEFH 01??91D1
DEFL 01??92D2
SPDH 01??93D1
SPDL 01??94D1
SPCH 01??95D1
SPCL 01??96D1


-cfalcon

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