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I would like to simply edit relic that change a command into something else. These are Thief Gloves, Fake Mustache, Coin Toss, Gem Box, & Dragoon Boots. Currently, I would like the relic to change the user's Magic command to Summon. Although this might cause a glitch with Gem-Box is equipped too. Or not, like with Dragoon Boots & Offering, where Jump got the highest priority.

I think this is simple enough for me to do, like just changing 1 or 2 commands within the relic code, from what I read here.
https://www.ff6hacking.com/forums/thread...l#pid36365
https://www.ff6hacking.com/forums/thread...l#pid37539

So I think all I have to do to change let said with Coin Toss to become a summon relic is
C2/5453: 02 (Magic)
C2/5458: 19 (Summon)

Later: It work, but.... for some reason, an error occurred that said I need MP to cast the summon. However, I do got enough MP.
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You'll need to also apply this patch to make Summon functional:
http://www.romhacking.net/hacks/366


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(04-25-2022, 10:11 AM)Gi Nattak Wrote: You'll need to also apply this patch to make Summon functional:
http://www.romhacking.net/hacks/366

It work, but there is 1 thing weird happened. If there is no esper equipped, but the summon relic is equipped, the magic command went missing.
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how about a relic that gives you the shock ability
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A relic that gives the Shock command is not difficult to program if you are willing to consume one of the other commands. Check this thread:
https://www.ff6hacking.com/forums/thread...c+to+shock

As for the Summon command, you have to be very careful how you work with that. I originally tried to make Summon a useable command, but found that any edits I made to the command itself affected every other character's ability to Summon. The tricky part is that when a character summons through the magic menu, there's a bit of code that runs, and THEN the summon command is called. I don't remember what all code runs, but I concluded that aside from the Summon Aim Fix patch, you pretty much just needed to use Summon as it was.


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(04-25-2022, 10:58 AM)PowerPanda Wrote: A relic that gives the Shock command is not difficult to program if you are willing to consume one of the other commands. Check this thread:
https://www.ff6hacking.com/forums/thread...c+to+shock

As for the Summon command, you have to be very careful how you work with that. I originally tried to make Summon a useable command, but found that any edits I made to the command itself affected every other character's ability to Summon. The tricky part is that when a character summons through the magic menu, there's a bit of code that runs, and THEN the summon command is called. I don't remember what all code runs, but I concluded that aside from the Summon Aim Fix patch, you pretty much just needed to use Summon as it was.

Thank for the warning, & suggesting the aim fix patch too. Good thing there is an Anti-Summon ips patch in case thing went wrong.
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Could someone check if either or both using the "Summon Aim Fix" & "Summon this!" patches cause the game to crash if inflicting poison status?

Later: Nvm, I found the problem. The "Summon aim fix!" need a header rom before applying it. It should mention the rom need a header beforehand. http://www.rpglegion.com/ff6/hack/summon.htm
But is there an anti-summon aim patch, or is it too late?
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You can always create an anti patch by applying the ips to a clean rom, and then using Lunar ips to create a new ips file with the patched rom as the source and the clean rom as the modified file.


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(04-27-2022, 08:51 AM)PowerPanda Wrote: You can always create an anti patch by applying the ips to a clean rom, and then using Lunar ips to create a new ips file with the patched rom as the source and the clean rom as the modified file.

Will this fixed my crashed rom?
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(04-27-2022, 10:16 AM)doofenH Wrote:
(04-27-2022, 08:51 AM)PowerPanda Wrote: You can always create an anti patch by applying the ips to a clean rom, and then using Lunar ips to create a new ips file with the patched rom as the source and the clean rom as the modified file.

Will this fixed my crashed rom?

PowerPanda is a lot of things: a talented ROM hacker, a musician, a nice guy, but as far as I know he is not a Psychic... so you will have to try it and see for yourself if it fixes your crashed ROM. Laugh 
I thought the 'Summon This!' patch also included the aim fix...? Anyway, the anti-patch you make will need to be made without a header in mind, because that's how you patched it. OR, since it appears to be a ONE-byte change, just goto the one byte and change it back! Since you applied it without a header at first, it's going to be here:

Offset to change back: C25049
Change back to a $99 byte.

Hopefully that will fix your ROM. From now on, make a backup of your ROM as was suggested before doing anything that involves changing hex bytes! This includes using patches.


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