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Ok, so I've been away from the game a long time. i have a new save. I want to set up the WRAM editor to mess around and spam mews into the modern games via PokeTransfer. What is the fastest way I can get to having the WRAM editor?
You don't need it for one of those Mews. Name yourself GF, Brock Through Walls to Celadon to get an Abra with Teleport, walk to Saffron, fight the Machop guy twice for MissingNo. through Trainer escape, dry underflow, change your ID through the expanded item pack, and then just catch any old Mew.

But if you want a RAM writer anyway, there's jfb1337's here and ZZAZZ's here.

EDIT: Hahaha, I just realized I gave this same answer to you in slightly more verbose fashion already here, but in short this is the quickest way to an exploitable save whether you just want to get event Mews or painstakingly set up a RAM writer (or both).

I know, I'm  sorry. I couldn't find it because all these boards that look like they're from 1999 are really hard for my zoomer brain to comprehend. Thanks a lot for answering my same question twice. lol
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Ok, so I've been away from the game a long time. i have a new save. I want to set up the WRAM editor to mess around and spam mews into the modern games via PokeTransfer. What is the fastest way I can get to having the WRAM editor?
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I mean, like, as you go down you are viewing increased addresses, as the current slot increases past 20, I'm wondering if you can decrease it past 0 to edit higher addresses. As for the 255 thing, I just stupidly thought that you could always toss glitch stacks up to 255.

Just edited to add this. Where can I find a database for characters (a, b, A, B, pk, mn, etc.) sorted by index number? I checked the Glitch City database and couldn't find it.
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Yeah, I probably just wrote to the wrong address. I started out real careful, checking my codes, but after realizing I could abuse ws**m* to do whatever I wanted I got a bit excited and a bit reckless. My screen filled with glitch textures, and I immediately reset. I came back to "New Game" and nothing else. That's why I said it went up in smoke. No error message or 'this save is corrupted' or anything like that. After the reset, it was like the save had never existed. I've messed up save files before by resetting while saving, and I always get an error message. Thanks for the advice, I can get this save up and running in no time. Okay, so dry underflow. I know how to set it up, and the basics of what is possible. A few questions. How can I keep track of my place in the menu? D364 is decently far down. If there is <100 items in a stack, can I still toss it up to 255? If not, I would have to find a room with a >99 address. Is there a practical way to go up and edit the lower addresses? Thanks a lot for your help.  :)
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I'm new here. I just used the handy-dandy reusable RAM writer, and everything was going great. Then I tried to write FF to D185 in WRAM to make sure my edits were actually affecting my Pokemon's DVs, and my save file just went up in smoke. I honestly have no idea why, but from now on I only stick to expert advice. I'm on Yellow VC. How can I get into the glitchy underbelly of Pokemon in the shortest time possible? All I need is a Pokemon with a special of 182-4 Cinnabar and Celadon access, then I can just duplicate rare candies and calciums to get ws**m*. Do you know of any skips or tricks I could use to speed this process up? I've been mass farming shiny Pokebank Mews, but I hadn't transferred any so they all died with my save. I'm looking at like a 5 hour grind, and that's if I go the extra mile to dupe rare candies with the ultra-glitchy yellow standard missingno. I'll have to weather maybe 15-30 crashes, unless I actually train a Pokemon to special stat 182. So, any help or advice would be great. I understand many of you are experienced Pokemon glitchers. Thanks a bunch.

Oh yeah, and while I'm here, how do you figure out the item codes to manipulate RAM with ws**m*? It all seems random, but with occasional repeat numbers or items. I don't know much about computer storage, but a redirect to a post explaining it would be amazing.
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