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Charger082
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posted 04-29-2000 02:23 PM      Profile for Charger082   Email Charger082   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
I am a new sharker and I want to know the do's and do not's for may pokemon yellow

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My Sandslash will destroy all in it's path

Beware psychic trainers your days are number when G/S comes out


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zapjol
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posted 04-29-2000 03:56 PM      Profile for zapjol     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Don't:
start game with switch on
enter nonsence into the code area

Do:
turn off GS befor saving the game (unles the code says otherwise)

Fallow those and you'll be fine.

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Jolteons the best!
T-bolt
T-wave
Focus energy
Toxic

*ZAP sent out Jolteon*
*out comes mewtwo*
*Toxic*
*focus energy*
*T-bolt*
*T-bolt*
*mewtwo fanted*

[This message has been edited by zapjol (edited 04-30-2000).]


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Dragonair
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posted 04-29-2000 05:40 PM      Profile for Dragonair     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
zapjol, that last one is a do.

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cfalcon
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posted 04-29-2000 07:18 PM      Profile for cfalcon   Email cfalcon   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Don't

-Start the game with the GS switch on.

Exception: Some codes will specifically state it. They need to modify how the game loads.

-Save the game with the GS switch on.

Exception: Some codes will specifically state it. They need to keep data held in a specific state while the data is written. I don't know of any of these codes, but there could be some.

-Believe an outlandish claim from a friend who gives you a code with a smirk. Nothing will let you access Gold or Silver monsters, but there are some codes that can erase your game.

Exceptions: If your friend is that trustworthy...

-Run a code, do something else, note that the code doesn't seem to be running properly, play like normal, save.

Why: If you entered a code wrong, you should NEVER save the game, as it could have written a bad value somewhere in RAM. It probably didn't, but it could have. You could save the value, and who knows what it could do.

Exceptions: NONE.

-Assume the code is for your color of Gameboy. Go ahead and test, but if it doesn't work, "convert" it to yours and see if it starts to work.


Personally, I never play with the shark on. I use it to set values (like stat EXP), then I turn the switch off. Pokemon has way to much data and is glitchy enough to start screwing with RAM and hoping everything goes alright.


Hope this helped,

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-cfalcon


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zapjol
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posted 04-30-2000 06:05 PM      Profile for zapjol     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
There i fixed it Man I keep screwing up on my post.

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Jolteons the best!
T-bolt
T-wave
Focus energy
Toxic

*ZAP sent out Jolteon*
*out comes mewtwo*
*Toxic*
*focus energy*
*T-bolt*
*T-bolt*
*mewtwo fanted*


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