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For example, at 18589 in Pokemon Yellow lies warp to the upper Pewter city's house. I want, for example, move it 2 tiles up. Data between 18589 & 1858D is 36 0D 1D, where 36 is the number of map, I believe, and OD and 1D are coordinates, am I wrong?
I read information from here but...I'm asking for a help.
Last edited by pisunmosh (2014-05-23 22:36:27)
They are values not numbers.
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Values are numbers.
You'll want to take a look at Pewter City's warp data in Red/Blue: https://github.com/iimarckus/pokered/bl … ercity.asm
There are two parts to warps. The first is what spots you can warp out of the map from.
db $d, $1d, $0, PEWTER_HOUSE_1
Format is y, x, warp_id, warp_map.
The second part is what spots you warp back into. When you leave the Pewter house, you end up here:
EVENT_DISP PEWTER_CITY_WIDTH, $d, $1d ; PEWTER_HOUSE_1
EVENT_DISP is a macro that takes the width and coordinate and spits out the corresponding address for that block on the map.
;\1 = Map Width ;\2 = Rows above (Y-blocks) ;\3 = X movement (X-blocks) EVENT_DISP: MACRO dw ($C6EF + (\1) + ((\1) + 6) * ((\2) >> 1) + ((\3) >> 1)) ; Ev.Disp db \2,\3 ;Y,X ENDM
The formula is pretty simple, even if it doesn't look that way. Subtract (w+6) for each block (2 steps) up.
Last edited by comet (2014-05-24 02:41:59)