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kelv
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posted 12-20-2000 10:21 PM      Profile for kelv   Email kelv   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Based on the last two Numbers Game Posts, I can safely say that the other three First-Slot Codes (01xx47DA, 01xx48DA, 01xx4BDA) are, respectively: Type 1 Modifier, Type 2 Modifier, and Breeding Compatibility Modifier. How I came up to these three are all educated guesses, seeing that there are chromatic codes for changing the type of the First Slot, and the memory spaces are next to each other. Why it is not hard-coded into the game is perhaps because of Conversion and Conversion2, but that's only a guess, and I don't think Conversion does that. The BC Mod is based on something that I found on GSCCC called "make any pokémon breed". I'm not sure the validity of that particular code. The xx for the type codes my first guess would be the same as the chromatics, with Steel before Fire and Dark after Dragon. For the BC xx, I believe necrosaro's list explains this quite well.

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kelv, November 11, 2000


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