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| Pointer to '''palette table''', which contains pointers to '''shiny''' palettes for '''pokemon images'''.
 
| Pointer to '''palette table''', which contains pointers to '''shiny''' palettes for '''pokemon images'''.
 
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==Hex address to wild Pokemon==
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NOTE: This hacking I test in EUROPE (Spanish) version games.
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Go to 3C438C address corresponding to Route 101 at the beginning of the game.
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Then, in these address change the wild pokemon code, with the hex pokemon code that you like appear.
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==Hex address to Poke Market in first town==
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NOTE: This hacking I test in EUROPE (Spanish) version games.
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Go to 16A30C address showing the codes first town.
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Then you can change the code of first item that they sell you, to other code, for example a MasterBall (code 0100).
  
 
{{Internal Data|game=Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen}}
 
{{Internal Data|game=Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen}}

Latest revision as of 20:03, 23 November 2019

General pointers

Offset Pointer Comment
08000128 082350AC Pointer to graphic table, which contains pointers to front pokemon images.
0800012C 0823654C Pointer to graphic table, which contains pointers to back pokemon images.
08000130 0823730C Pointer to palette table, which contains pointers to normal palettes for pokemon images.
08000134 082380CC Pointer to palette table, which contains pointers to shiny palettes for pokemon images.

Hex address to wild Pokemon

NOTE: This hacking I test in EUROPE (Spanish) version games.

Go to 3C438C address corresponding to Route 101 at the beginning of the game.

Then, in these address change the wild pokemon code, with the hex pokemon code that you like appear.

Hex address to Poke Market in first town

NOTE: This hacking I test in EUROPE (Spanish) version games.

Go to 16A30C address showing the codes first town.

Then you can change the code of first item that they sell you, to other code, for example a MasterBall (code 0100).


Internal Data for Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen

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