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Lark

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  • Favorite Fire Emblem Game
    Radiant Dawn

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  1. I have a question for anybody knowledgeable on Fire Emblem and Amazon in Japan. It seems that there are two special editions available on Amazon Japan: 1. A regular Fodlan Collection 2. Fodlan Collection with "Original Panorama Colored Paper" Does anybody happen to know what this Panorama looks like? If someone has a detailed image, I would be grateful.
  2. Guys, big question. I pre-ordered the Special edition from Amazon Japan, but it seems that there are two special editions: 1. A regular Fodlan Collection 2. Fodlan Collection with "Original Panorama Colored Paper" Does anybody happen to know what this Panorama looks like? If someone has a detailed image, I would be grateful.
  3. Same here. I've tried using part of Dolphin 5.0's offset for that exact version of Radiant Dawn which goat-velocity mentioned here and got this: 088FAA1A 00000064016874FC 00000000088FAA1B 00000064016874FC 00000000088FAA1C 64646464216874FC 00000000088FAA20 00000064016874FC 00000000088FAA21 00000064016874FC 00000000 But, I must be doing something wrong as it's not working. If anybody can help solve this, I would be so grateful.
  4. I'm running Dolphin 5.0 and Radiant Dawn NTSC 1.01 and I want to use this code: Always Perfect Level Ups 088C361A 00000064016500FC 00000000088C361B 00000064016500FC 00000000088C361C 64646464216500FC 00000000088C3620 00000064016500FC 00000000088C3621 00000064016500FC 00000000 I added 37400 to the first block of every line using the Windows hexadecimal calculator and got this: 088FAA1A 00000064 016874FC 00000000 088FAA1B 00000064 016874FC 00000000 088FAA1C 64646464 216874FC 00000000 088FAA20 00000064 016874FC 00000000 088FAA21 00000064 016874FC 00000000 I was unable to subtract 2400 from the second blocks since the numbers were already too low. Would you be able to help me figure out what I'm doing wrong?
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