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Author Topic: [Help] Pokemon Yellow duplicate part pokemon  (Read 70 times)

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Inkblot

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[Help] Pokemon Yellow duplicate part pokemon
« on: January 30, 2018, 09:19:09 am »
So This is sorta a continuation of my Previous Post asking for help cloning pokemon. I am trying to come up with a custom item code that will copy the data of the first pokemon in my party to the 2nd one. However I don't know much about how gen 1 memory works, so bear with me.

so i know that the memory address for pokemon 1 in the party is D163, and the 2nd party pokemon is D164. I don't know if copying the value of the first adress to the 2nd one would clone all of the data, or if i would have to write EVERY adress for the pokemon data of pokemon 1 to pokemon 2. however if the first method would work, would this code work?

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$D322 <- 2E 64 || ld l, 64
$D324 <- 26 DA || ld h, DA
$D326 <- F9 || ld sp, hl
$D328 <- 2E 65    || ld l, 65
$D32a <- 26 DA || ld h, DA
$D32c <- F8 00 || ld hl, (sp + $00)
$D32e <- 2E 63 || ld l, 63
$D330 <- 26 DA || ld h, DA
$D332 <- 36 02 || ld (hl), 02
$D334 <- 39 || ret

Sorry if this is completely wrong. I am new to this and i'm trying to figure this out. Can someone help me with this custom code? it would be a huge help as It would make transfering to gen 7 a lot easier.

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Re: [Help] Pokemon Yellow duplicate part pokemon
« Reply #1 on: January 30, 2018, 10:08:32 am »
Nope, the code you wrote will not work. Not only wont it work, but it will also crash the game when "ret" is hit because you tampered with the stack pointer. Also, the boot strapper for ws m exectues code from $D321, not $D322. Recall Yellow memory is -1 of that of Red's.

Just use:

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TM09 x17
Master ball x209
Repel x150
Lemonade x44
TM45 x42
Hyper Potion x19
TM41 x61
Fire stone x247
Tm01 any

Pokemon 2 will be a hybrid of 1. Use the daycare to stabalize.

And I hate to be "that guy", but please do not start another topic on a subject that is being discussed on another active topic.
« Last Edit: January 30, 2018, 11:17:32 am by Epsilon »
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Re: [Help] Pokemon Yellow duplicate part pokemon
« Reply #2 on: January 30, 2018, 12:57:59 pm »
ok, thanks! and sorry! I wasn't sure if this would count as the same topic as before or not! that you for clearing it up. sorry for the issue.