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Started by Darthatron, June 02, 2013, 12:36:11 pm
Quote from: TheSleeperHit on June 24, 2014, 10:14:51 amWow... I registered just because I saw a huge potential in this editor... I want to create a harder FFTA so I am planning to edit job stats ( particularly monsters and boss jobs) through the roof to make it harder.. is there a hard limit for stats? I am planing to create a 9999/999 boss... I have 0 knowledge in hex editing... is it possible to "extract" the changes I made in patch form so I can share it? I now its illegal to share roms....
Quote from: Darthatron on June 24, 2014, 09:04:07 pmHello! It's always nice to see someone new joining for community. Sadly there are some engine limitations like the 999 HP cap. But yes it is possible to create a "patch" which anyone can apply to their ROM. This is not illegal because there is no copyrighted material in the patch. The new version of AIO (coming out sometime in near~ future) will be able to export and apply patches.
Quote from: TheSleeperHit on June 26, 2014, 01:04:30 pmAnother question... In the ai priority settings.... Does a higher number means increase ai priority? I am kinda putting ultimas to all ai enemies, and I want them to spam it... Like a real person would....
Quote from: Ethereal Embrace on December 18, 2014, 07:28:45 amWell, you can't really "add more". If you wanna keep things really simple, you can only really "replace existing moves".
Quote from: bcrobert on December 18, 2014, 09:37:14 pmThe only way to add more is to repoint the data in several places. Repointing is a basic hacking skill that you'll need to master if you're not satisfied with replacing things with other things. If you want to have true freedom over the game you'll need to read some tutorials and learn how to hex edit.It's not that there's a "hardcoded racial limit" but the list only has so many entries on it. Just think about it realistically. Why would SquareEnix add twenty empty entries to a list? What could they possibly gain from wasting space in the ROM like that?
Quote from: Ethereal Embrace on December 24, 2014, 10:39:22 amAnd here's a tertiary question that may or may not have to do with this: - Do innate (Support/Reaction) abilities exist in this game? And are we able to work with them?As far as I know, they don't with the notable exception of Alchemist, which has a very bizarre and very unique innate ability.
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