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Arbitrary code execution challenge.
« on: July 09, 2017, 05:15:54 pm »
So a little while ago I thought about making long 8F codes using party, item, and box data. So I have decided to create the arbitray code execution challenge. I have not decided on the prize yet but it will likely be a rare pokemon I will trade in gen 6 or 7.

Goal
To make an 8f/W MS code that uses Party, bag, box, and location data. The longer the better. Additionally the codes must have a helpful (example make a pokemon have perfect stats) or cool and creative effect (example initiate a custom trainer battle)

===Rules===
1. One submission per user
2. All codes must be original
3. The codes cannot have parts that don't do anything but make it longer.
4. Codes must use Party data as well as two or all of the following  location cordinate data, bag data, or box data.
5. Each memory area used must be used for more than just a jumper code to go to a different area of memory. This includes party data.
6. For codes to be accepted you must also give the code used for the 8f codes.
I need to double check codes before I use them