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spunman
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posted 03-01-2001 12:14 AM      Profile for spunman        Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
oy! been mapping out the ol' pokéys in the ram, but there's a few i just can't seem to figger. anyone know what these are? (i icluded gameshark codes) they don't SEEM to do anything...

da46 (01xx46da)
da47 (01xx47da)
da48 (01xx48da)
da4b (01xx4bda)

the four low bits of da46 cause pokérus, but setting any bit does it. i guess it's a counter then? so it counts from 1 to f and then what? and what are the four high bits for?

any help would be greatly appreciated. i'll post here if i notice anything about these myself.

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kelv
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posted 03-02-2001 12:07 AM      Profile for kelv   Email kelv   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
I POSTED ALL OF THE ABOVE CODES ON ANOTHER THREAD!!

Sorry... but it's true and no one replied, so it got ignored... Search for a thread called "Numbers Game" I believe those are status codes and PokéRUS codes, but one code I'm not sure of and I haven't tested it. I know since I mapped out the RAM myself trying to find codes.


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