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Farting Nudist
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posted 12-02-2005 04:03 AM      Profile for Jolt135   Author's Homepage   Email Jolt135   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
...I'd like to inform them that it's officially broken to hell.

The first file allows you to pick from 22 moves instead of 4, regardless of what your Pokemon actually has. By saving and editing HTML, you can easily add more.

As if that wasn't fun enough, the second file lets you remotely control your opponent, making them use Selfdestruct every turn regardless of what they were trying to do (provided that you click the button on their behalf before they can do it on their screen).

Just save the files (PBS doesn't check referrers so this exploit works even when the pages are accessed locally), then hang around in the PBS lobby and after someone invites you into a battle, fill in the text boxes on both pages with the player names. Once the fight starts, you can just use the custom pages (pressing Back each time) and not have to worry about the page.

Anyone who uses this battling system should be aware that such actions are possible, and I don't think there are any plans for a fix. Surprise me if that last part turns out to be wrong.

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