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#1 2011-10-14 05:28:24

Agoeb
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Editing Learnsets in G/S

Hi!

I've just recently started hacking the old generation Pokemon games (Gold to be specific), and have hit a bit of a road block. Last night, after some tinkering, I managed to insert some new generation pokemon into the games, not exactly the hardest thing, but a pretty interesting experience. The problem is that they look quite strange using moves they really shouldn't.

I know tons of attacks have been added since the second generation, and I've stumbled upon attack editing in Hack O matic, but that isn't really what I want to do. What my plan is, is to somehow find a way to edit the moveset of a Pokemon, species wide, so I can essentially add new Pokemon into these games, while sticking fairly close to what Generation two had to offer.

Since you guys have tons of experience, I thought I would ask around here. Is there some way of doing this? A tutorial of sorts, or even better, a tool I can use?

Thanks in advance,
-Agoeb

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#2 2011-10-14 06:42:27

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Re: Editing Learnsets in G/S

Agoeb wrote:

I've just recently started hacking the old generation Pokemon games (Gold to be specific), and have hit a bit of a road block. Last night, after some tinkering, I managed to insert some new generation pokemon into the games, not exactly the hardest thing, but a pretty interesting experience. The problem is that they look quite strange using moves they really shouldn't.

I know tons of attacks have been added since the second generation, and I've stumbled upon attack editing in Hack O matic, but that isn't really what I want to do. What my plan is, is to somehow find a way to edit the moveset of a Pokemon, species wide, so I can essentially add new Pokemon into these games, while sticking fairly close to what Generation two had to offer.

Since you guys have tons of experience, I thought I would ask around here. Is there some way of doing this? A tutorial of sorts, or even better, a tool I can use?

This is probably what you want.

#3 2011-10-16 00:36:04

Agoeb
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Re: Editing Learnsets in G/S

Ah! That will work great, thanks!

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