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General Discussion / Re: The Glitchy Thread of Topiclessness (#3)
« Last post by Sherkel on July 15, 2018, 09:47:19 am »
The Agility thing is why you use most of your X items on Nidoking while up against his Dragonair and only use the single necessary X Special to one-shot the Gyarados before it.

This thread is still the most viewed on GCLF. I don't know why, I don't know if anyone knows why, and I don't even know if there IS a why. (The thread about 8F, deservingly, is #2.)
The answer's somewhere in the disassembly, but I couldn't find it. So, I'm still waiting for one of the actual knowledgeable staff members to respond. :P
Arbitrary Code Execution Discussion / Re: Catch Em All Help
« Last post by ads1230 on July 15, 2018, 07:22:02 am »
Thanks for all the help!!

I changed my 8F setup slightly to reduce errors (and to make sure all Pokemon go straight to the PC rather than my Party).
I also avoided glitch pokemon as they changed the 6th item quantity.

1   Any Pokemon   
2   Pidgey (233HP) - Level Up to 100, Use HP Up to increase HP to 233
3   Parasect    
4   Onix   
5   Tentacool   
6   Arbok (on Blue I got this whilst levelling up Pidgey via the Ditto glitch, Special Needed: 45)

1   Any item (I used Masterballs)
2   8F      
3   Repel                x[SpeciesIndex]   
4   X Speed            x14   
5   Super Repel       x7    This gives Lvl 58 - can use other items to change level
6   TM05                x72   
7   Lemonade         x201 (get x73 then use the missingNo/M glitch)
Item needed for different levels:

After the box was full, and I switched boxes, I used this advice to prevent save deletions:
1   Save
2   View a Pokémon's summary
4   Use 8F.

Hi ads1230. Welcome here.  ^^

Not sure what might be happening but it could be that MissingNo. is duplicating an item it shouldn't like the TM05, as any item with a quantity below 128 in slot 6 will be duplicated.

Additionally beware if you're obtaining glitch Pokémon as those with Dex numbers greater than 152 or equal to 000 can affect inventory items. You can look those up using the GlitchDex.

Sorry to hear you've lost your save file twice. Installing 3DS CFW may be a good idea as you will be able to backup and reload your save files, however it can take a while to do and when I did it there was a chance of risk of bricking during the process (which may be able to be fixed but can be a pain).

Hope this may help and good luck!
Thanks for the advice, I have it all working now. I think I might have got some items muddled/forgot to deposit the pokemon after obtaining it.

Installing CFW can take a few hours, but nearly all of that time is waiting. It's wicked easy: just go on and follow a few directions.
I'll give it a go! Thanks

Also, you said "when I try to go over 99 (using the old man glitch)", what do you mean? THis sounds like you're doing something wrong.
I don't think I am, just using the old man who teaches you to catch pokemon and then encountering missing no. It was probably my mistake not ordering the items properly.
I think you mean $A7D0 is the 8th byte of that Pokémon, right? Also, a question from me, seeing this video for the first time: why is a HoF party $60 bytes if each entry is the Pokémon's ID, level, and nickname? That should add up to $0A per Pokémon and $3C per entry, plus maybe a terminator byte or I don't get why it's $60.

You know, you're right...
General Discussion / Re: The dream thread
« Last post by ISSOtm on July 15, 2018, 07:12:32 am »
I have... SM64, MK64, Rayman 2, V-Rally 99, Mission Impossible, Perfect Dark, DK64, OoT. Take your pick :D
Damn it, I knew I got that idea from somewhere. Oh well, at least it uses 293 less items than your code 8)
Non-Core Game Glitch Discussion / Re: List of Pokémon GO Glitches
« Last post by 0ErrorYT on July 14, 2018, 10:24:08 pm »
In the older versions, you could get invalid coordinates through cheating. I cant remember if it was 180. -90 or 180,90, but one of those would turn the screen white. I tested invalid coordinates (shitty go hack lets literally any coordinates through) and i tried 99999, 99999 and the map was blank, as expected. But that was before the day/night and weather, im interested in what that would say.
Generation VII Glitch Discussion / Re: WOW. Pokemon sun phantom town 999
« Last post by 0ErrorYT on July 14, 2018, 10:16:03 pm »
I've got bricked saves before from messing around with this. Low IDs like 0,1,2 will destroy the save with an error message, but Citra ignores null derefs. When i open the map on Citra, it runs through every address and reports a null deref for each address
General Discussion / Re: The dream thread
« Last post by danny on July 14, 2018, 05:47:40 pm »
i had a dream that i was in a fancy hotel (i was in apartment 142) and then issotm was like 'yo want to play some retro games' and then i went into his room and started playing some n64 game i can't remember
Video Games Discussion / Chogue
« Last post by Sherkel on July 14, 2018, 04:03:47 pm »
I overall still feel put off by the nature of browser games, but damn, this is something else. What's managed to filter through my snobbish taste and give me another excuse to binge-listen the Shiren soundtracks? See for yourself!

What is Chogue? It's in the name: a chess roguelike! Essentially, you play chess against a computer, but also advance through floors with random enemies and gain levels. Well...that's close enough, at least. It needs to take some liberties to combine the two, but it does so very well. You will actually end up in a far worse position if you try to play it like normal chess. The reason why is a bit hard to explain without trying it out for yourself; however, you should be able to figure it out fairly quickly. Essentially, there are two things to know: you advance to the next floor when one of your pieces touches the stairs, and if your king is captured, you lose.

What do you all think? Who's already been playing it? How far did you make it?
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