Difference between revisions of "EarthBound:PSI Abilities Table"

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''[DD]'' – Whom the PSI is targeted at.
 
''[DD]'' – Whom the PSI is targeted at.
*01 - No one ([[Earthbound:Teleport]]).
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*01 - No one ([[Earthbound:Teleport|Teleport]]).
 
*02 - Enemies.
 
*02 - Enemies.
*03 - Allies ([[Earthbound:Lifeup]], [[Earthbound:Healing]]).
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*03 - Allies ([[Earthbound:Lifeup|Lifeup]], [[Earthbound:Healing|Healing]]).
  
 
''[EE EE]'' – [[Earthbound:BattleEffects|Effect]] that the PSI uses.
 
''[EE EE]'' – [[Earthbound:BattleEffects|Effect]] that the PSI uses.

Revision as of 13:43, 17 September 2005

The PSI Abilities Table stores data for PSI spells, specifically the levels for when they are learned, which Greek letters are used, menu positioning, and so on.


Address: 0x158C50 to 0x158F6A
Entries: 53
Bytes per entry: 15
Total length: 795 bytes (0x31B)

Format:

[AA BB CC DD EE EE FF GG HH II JJ KK KK KK KK]

[AA] – PSI name. Uses the PK Hack PSI Listing, without the Greek letter strength designation.

[BB] – The Greek letter used by the PSI spell.

  • 01 - α (alpha).
  • 02 - β (beta).
  • 03 - γ (gamma).
  • 04 - Σ (sigma).
  • 05 - Ω (omega).

[CC] – Type of PSI spell.

  • 01 - Offense.
  • 02 - Recover.
  • 04 - Assist.
  • 08 - Other.

[DD] – Whom the PSI is targeted at.

[EE EE]Effect that the PSI uses.

[FF] – Level at which Ness learns this PSI spell.

[GG] – Level at which Paula learns this PSI spell.

[HH] – Level at which Poo learns this PSI spell.

[II] – Position to the right of the name where the Greek letter is placed (in the PSI selection menus).

  • 09 - First position (typically α (alpha)).
  • 0B - Second position (typically β (beta)).
  • 0D - Third position (typically γ (gamma)).
  • 0F - Fourth position (typically Ω (omega)).

[JJ] – Lines from the top of the PSI selection box to draw the name from, vertically.

  • 01 - First line.
  • 02 - Second line.
  • 03 - Third line, and so forth.

[KK KK KK KK]Pointer to the PSI description text. Uses the standard 4-byte reversed SNES pointer format.