(user page!)
 
(Substitution for to-be-deleted user template (not enough users))
 
(5 intermediate revisions by 2 users not shown)
Line 1: Line 1:
 
<div class="userbox">
 
<div class="userbox">
{{User Mudkip}}{{User Favorite|258|Mizugorou}}{{User Sapphire}}{{User Windows|XP Professional}}{{User Mac OS X}}</div>
+
{{User Mudkip}}{{User Favorite|258|Mizugorou}}{{User Sapphire}}{{User Windows|XP Professional}}{{User Mac OS X}}{{User Linux|Slackware}}{{User SeaMonkey}}{{User timezone|MST|Mountain Standard Time|-07}}</div>
 
 
[[Image:Mudkip007.gif]]
 
  
 +
From the hit movie '''View to a Kip'''
 
:'''Tall, strikingly attractive woman on boat:''' ...and that Pokémon is who?  
 
:'''Tall, strikingly attractive woman on boat:''' ...and that Pokémon is who?  
 
:'''Mudkip:''' Kip, Mud Kip.
 
:'''Mudkip:''' Kip, Mud Kip.
 +
 +
 +
==... Whatever==
 +
 +
The now-deleted article I contributed on manually trading Pokémon via hex editor was the result of a legal reverse-engineering effort of a cartridge I bought and own that was undertaken for the purpose of ensuring compatibility necessary to allow the use of a larger, backlit display by way of an emulator that lacked a functional Pokémon trade. The article did not address any ways to gain an unfair advantage in the game one could not just as easily accomplish with a cable and two Nintendo handhelds; the original spirit of the game was not broken. Given how rapidly that was erased, its a good thing I didn't do anything really tedious that isn't already on 1500 other pages anyways, like typing in a learn-set...

Latest revision as of 03:53, 30 November 2022

258Mudkip.png This user lieks Mudkipz.
258.png This user's favorite Pokémon is Mizugorou.
Spr 3r 382.png This user is a player of Pokémon Sapphire Version.
474.png This user contributes using Microsoft Windows XP Professional.
245.png This user contributes using Mac OS X .
394.png This user contributes using Slackware Linux.
516.png This user contributes using Mozilla SeaMonkey.
MST This user uses Mountain Standard Time, which is UTC-07.

From the hit movie View to a Kip

Tall, strikingly attractive woman on boat: ...and that Pokémon is who?
Mudkip: Kip, Mud Kip.


... Whatever

The now-deleted article I contributed on manually trading Pokémon via hex editor was the result of a legal reverse-engineering effort of a cartridge I bought and own that was undertaken for the purpose of ensuring compatibility necessary to allow the use of a larger, backlit display by way of an emulator that lacked a functional Pokémon trade. The article did not address any ways to gain an unfair advantage in the game one could not just as easily accomplish with a cable and two Nintendo handhelds; the original spirit of the game was not broken. Given how rapidly that was erased, its a good thing I didn't do anything really tedious that isn't already on 1500 other pages anyways, like typing in a learn-set...