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breizh1

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Re: Cheat Engine?
« Reply #75 on: Oct 06, 2009; 01:48 PM »
i answer to your first question.

prism is the best (without slipnaight).
you have 2 sorts of prism   1  bottomless prisma
                                     2  carnal prisma

they are the best for evoker because you can have 4 slots each and if you put dual damage reliq (the best is 17%+17%) of course reliq add damage,
you make the maximum damage. nothing else can do the same damage, because less slots.
another thing, don't forget than LEGION is bugged (in MP it is)  1 or 10 points in this skill = same damage
i create 4 evoker in SP and 1 or 10 points, i don't see a difference

after perhaps....... i dont find anything to change the value of this skill  i you have another idea  you are welcome :mrgreen:

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Re: Cheat Engine?
« Reply #76 on: Oct 06, 2009; 04:26 PM »
Looks like I just posted half of my advice  :roll:

What I should have mentioned, was use another attribute, like the feed requirements to narrow your search for the prism down to a smaller number.
Say it requires 24 will, and no other item does(just using the 24 will as an example :) ), by looking for that, rather than the damage you're looking for, it means that you would find the prism quicker.
This means that once you've found the prism, you can then manually look for the damage on it.
Unfortunately I don't have a character who can get prisms, so I can't provide more detailed help.

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Re: Cheat Engine?
« Reply #77 on: Oct 06, 2009; 05:05 PM »
thank's a lot, i try again to find my prism on cheat engine and I shall say to you what I shall have found

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Re: Cheat Engine?
« Reply #78 on: Oct 06, 2009; 05:37 PM »
doens't work  :?:  strange   and all tuto that i've found on the web (with video or pictures) is for others games dofus etc.....

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Re: Cheat Engine?
« Reply #79 on: Oct 08, 2009; 01:33 AM »
hehehe :mrgreen:  you can see the resluts now!!!

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Re: Cheat Engine?
« Reply #80 on: Oct 08, 2009; 02:04 AM »
Good to see you got it :)

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Re: Cheat Engine?
« Reply #81 on: Oct 20, 2009; 09:23 AM »
I'm defective where Hex is concerned. I'm trying to figure out the hex equivalent of 17. Anyone give any pointers for an old dog?
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Re: Cheat Engine?
« Reply #82 on: Oct 20, 2009; 09:31 AM »
Well your computer should come with a calculator that can switch numbers between decimal and hexidecimal equivilants. If for whatever reason you wish to do it by hand Hex is a 16 based numbering system 0-9 A-F. It works in the same way as decimal though counting 0-F would be the same as going 0-15. You would then start over at 10 which equals 16 in decimal and continue 10-1F. I hope that makes things clear.
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Re: Cheat Engine?
« Reply #83 on: Oct 20, 2009; 12:52 PM »
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I'm defective where Hex is concerned. I'm trying to figure out the hex equivalent of 17. Anyone give any pointers for an old dog?

I find having this web page open is always the easiest way to convert decimal to hex http://www.easycalculation.com/decimal-converter.php ... Just remember to reverse the pairs before trying to use them and add an '0' to the front of any single number, so ...

17 = 11 in hex

1700 = a4 06 (the actual hex value is 6a4, but HG:L needs it to be written backwards and in pairs) notice the second pair = a4 is written first, then the the first digit --> 6 has to be turned into a pair so you put in = 06

17000 = 68 42 (or 42 68 in hex)

170000 = 10 98 02 ( or 2 98 10 in actual hex)

i hope this explains the concept well enough
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Re: Cheat Engine?
« Reply #84 on: Oct 20, 2009; 01:14 PM »
I prefer windows calculator myself, that's what the numpad is made for(well, maybe not precisely designed for, but it does the job), use f5 and f6 to convert to and from hexadecimal, and a-f for the letters obviously.
Or you could go out and buy a real, live calculator that can do it, but it's probably not worth worrying about.

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Re: Cheat Engine?
« Reply #85 on: Oct 20, 2009; 06:55 PM »
I suck at math. I really wish I'd been more attentive in school, but it bored me. I stuck to history, arts, gym, and literature.

I'm slowly getting it, though. The calc hex conversion is very helpful, fanks. It just seems like with everything being backwards and having to be put in backwards adds more to my confusion, LOL.

I'll spend some time trying to figure it out some more. Is there a *Hexing Hellgate: London for Dummies* on the market?  :D
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Re: Cheat Engine?
« Reply #86 on: Oct 21, 2009; 01:33 AM »
Have you looked at this viewtopic.php?f=55&t=69

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Re: Cheat Engine?
« Reply #87 on: Oct 21, 2009; 01:45 AM »
It's been my template for hexing, thus far. Luckily, it helps me convert the white items to gold. I've had luck with that thus far.

If LAN ever becomes a reality, I'm hoping trading or giving away weapons and armor will be included.  I'd hex the hell out of my higher class engineer's weapons and armor, then.
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Re: Cheat Engine?
« Reply #88 on: Nov 27, 2009; 12:22 PM »
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You can also do it with money, but money works odd.... If you change the value of your cash in your inventory.. and sell something. You'll lose money proportional to what you put the value at! But when you buy items, it'll give you money proportional to what you put in! At least, sometimes it does that.

Ok, so I find my Palla address using CE and change the value, go back into the game and see the new amount in my inventory but when I either try and buy an item or sell an item, my Palla amount goes back to the original value as if the extra amount never existed. If I "really" had 30K and changed inventory to 7Mil, I still cannot but a retainer although it is not red from the vendor.

Now maybe I'm missing a step as I'm not saving anything anywhere before I try and buy/sell something. Neither in CE (if this is even possible) or in the game. I have tried exiting the game after I see the new Palla total but when I come back it's gone back to the original value.

Is this a hit and miss thing? Maybe I need to try a couple of times before it works? I have tried 3 times, all with the same results.

Please help a real newcomer get this going.

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Re: Cheat Engine?
« Reply #89 on: Nov 28, 2009; 10:37 PM »
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You can also do it with money, but money works odd.... If you change the value of your cash in your inventory.. and sell something. You'll lose money proportional to what you put the value at! But when you buy items, it'll give you money proportional to what you put in! At least, sometimes it does that.

Ok, so I find my Palla address using CE and change the value, go back into the game and see the new amount in my inventory but when I either try and buy an item or sell an item, my Palla amount goes back to the original value as if the extra amount never existed. If I "really" had 30K and changed inventory to 7Mil, I still cannot but a retainer although it is not red from the vendor.

Now maybe I'm missing a step as I'm not saving anything anywhere before I try and buy/sell something. Neither in CE (if this is even possible) or in the game. I have tried exiting the game after I see the new Palla total but when I come back it's gone back to the original value.

Is this a hit and miss thing? Maybe I need to try a couple of times before it works? I have tried 3 times, all with the same results.

Please help a real newcomer get this going.

Not sure what you could be doing wrong, however the behaviour described above sounds very weird ... Whenever hex editing the memory you MUST remember to exit your game after changing the values ... For Palladium there can be up to about 11 or so instances (at least there always has been for me) so you hit the escape key to 'pause' the game and 'freeze' the memory locations, alt-tab to your hex editor, make your changes to the required values then alt-tab back into HG:L ... DO NOT RESUME THE GAME !!! ... simply click on exit to 'save' your changes then reload your character as normal and you should see the changes and they should be permanent
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