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  1. Accidentally deleted one of the armories in Chapter 5. Is there a way where I can add it back?
  2. I did a fe8 no shop challenge, but that was a bit too easy so I'm going to do a harder game, fe6. Rules should be simple, just no shops in any situation. This is ch1-part of ch3 since I had to go in the middle of it. The first 15 mins is like me waiting for my co-commentator, the Amelia dude, unkirb (that's not his actual name but I call him that). Communication problems, but I'll get them fixed next video. Of course I'm also using rigging in this challenge and I feel like it's going to be a make bigger difference than SS.
  3. Not sure if this has been done before, but if it has, my searching proved futile here. Maybe on FEU, that site has pretty much everything for hacking. In any case, here is a beta of the shop editor from Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem. I have no time to test it, so it may not work, but please tell me if there are bugs and how to fix them because I know almost jack about hex. Thank you! (I don't think there are supposed to be 8 items, maybe the last one is a seperator) FE3 Shop Editor.zip
  4. Hello all, I just joined the forums and decided to post my first thread after taking some notes and crunching some math on purchasing orbs. I did a bit of searching and didn't see any other topics like it so apologies if someone has already done it. The options you get in the shop are confusing as all hell. Why is there an option to purchase just 3 orbs? Why is there an option that costs 27 dollars when there is already an option for 20? Trying to make sense of it all I decided convert their offers into something that makes more sense, at least to me. The following are my results; First column is the options the store gives you. Second is how each offer converts into monetary value per orb, in cents(US currency, sorry other countries). Third column is where things get a bit more complicated as I try to establish how many characters can be obtained per purchase. The lesser numbers represent summoning characters one at a time using 5 orbs each time(In case you're hunting a specific color or character) and the greater numbers represent summoning up to 5 characters at once(in case you want as many pulls as possible). The number following the "r"s is how many remaining orbs you'll have after using the rest to summon. Lastly the fourth column shows how many US dollars you're spending for each character that you're getting(more apologies to the other nice countries). Once again this is split depending how you're summoning, but remaining orbs are not taken intro consideration as you cannot summon partial characters. Phew. Ok, now we can get a better picture of what's going on with all the weird options the store gives you. As you might expect the cheapest option is the least efficient considering how many orbs you're getting for your dollar. Oddly enough though the second most expensive is the most efficient in this regard, squeezing ahead of the $75 offer by a few fractions of a penny. Spending $20 is also less efficient than $13. Moving on to characters the 75$ option gives you the most even cut, leaving no orbs left over if you stick to summoning one way or the other. Other than that it's largely based on your summoning needs. Lastly, dollar value for your character. If you're summoning the way the game wants you to spending 20 orbs at a time you can see that the more you spend the better value you're getting. Strangely though the people hunting for specific characters will be getting different values depending on their purchase. The $13 option is actually more expensive than the $6, which is tied with the $27. Once again the $40 just slightly beats the $75 so at least there's some logic to this chaos. Oh and if anything looks off (a lot of it does to me) make sure to double check my math. Remember, I'm just some hooligan on the internet who's not to be trusted. All in all though the results of these calculations surprised me and have given me a lot to think about before putting some money down on this crazy little game. Thoughts? Questions? Corrections? Lay it on.
  5. So as you may know, you can assign specific people to be chosen to run the shops/facilities in your castle by having them wear the right hat/shoulder, etc. Im curious who you guys think fit best in what spot, whether it be for the functional benefits, of it it just fits their personalty. Keep in mind there can be more than one person wearing the items, and they would take turns. Id love to hear your suggestions Kaden and Soliel at the accessory shop, because they love beauty/cute things Rinkah as the Blacksmith Elise and Sakura running the staff shops Gunter guarding the prison But what about the Armory, Lottery shop, Einherjar shop, or the Mess hall? or do you have a better suggestion than the people i chose for the other buildings?
  6. I'm playing a randomized rom of FE6, and I'm trying to figure out how to edit it so that the pre-battle shop sells flux tomes so that any randomized shamans aren't left high and dry. I'm on chapter nine, if that's important to know.
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