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So through searching this forum for information to help me hack I notice a lot of my older posts and I'm bare embarassed at how immature I was. I hope I never came across as some annoying kid, you guys have helped me so much in the past! I aspire to make a Pokemon: Red hack which breaks as many barriers as possible and I'm frightened my reputation will change people's enjoyment of my game :(
I know the feeling. While I certainly remembered your past posts, I don't hold them against you because I can rememeber a few stupid immature things I've done here that I'd like people to forget about as well >.<
So while I can't speak for others, I know I won't hold it against you. I know all about wanting to move on from things you did and said in the past.
While I certainly remembered your past posts, I don't hold them against you because I can rememeber a few stupid immature things I've done here that I'd like people to forget about as well >.<
That's actually one of the good things about me. Unless you're so immensely stupid that I can't forget about you if I tried (Lipun/Pokemonking), once you grow out of it (something he will probably never be able to do), I tend to even ever forget you did anything stupid. @~Red: If you've ever done anything to make me say anything passively aggressively rude to you in the past about you being stupid, I've completely and 100% forgot about it by now. The only way I'd remember is if I went back to my past posts to read them and see if I ever did. But as far as right now, all I can ever remember you as is someone who knows what the hell they're doing, knows how to ask smart questions, and knows how to actually make a hack.
You can try to hide yourself in this world of pretend; when the paper's crumpled up, it can't be perfect again.
Yeah, you're right, "probably" :P
I've started many red hacks before and they've always failed but my current hack has gotten so far I doubt this will end up in the can like last time. Not to mention I've finally gotten the hang of ASM and using the dissassembly project which is HUGELY helpful compared to my previous attempts!