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    A-OK Password Creator FAQ by TogeticE

    Version: 2.8 | Updated: 04/09/07 | Search Guide | Bookmark Guide

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    =============================Pokemon Mystery Dungeon=========================
    ==================================A-OK Passwords=============================
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    1.0 Before You Begin
     1.1 Into
     1.2 Finding Your User Code
     1.3 Finding A Dungeon Code
    
    2.0 Building your A-OK Password
     2.1 Constant Characters
     2.2 User Code
     2.3 Dungeon Code 
     2.4 The Unknown Character
    
    3.0 Dungeon Codes
     3.1 List of Dungeon Codes That Always Work
     3.2 List of Dungeons With Multiple Codes
    
    4.0 End
     4.1 Credits
     4.2 Contact Me
     4.3 Help Find The Unknown Character
    
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    1.0 Before You Begin
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    1.1 Intro
    
     This is a guide to create an A-OK code for yourself if you ever die in the
     middle of a dungeon. Before you begin creating your A-OK code, you'll need
     an SOS code, your user code, and a dungeon code.
    
     This guide will also work for A-OK codes in Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Red.
    
    
    1.2 Finding Your User Code
    
     In order to find your user code, you will first need to be rescued by
     someone and get an A-OK code.
      
     +++-+  ++++++++  +++++
     +++-+  ++++++++  +++++
     +++++  ++++++++  +++++
    
     Look at your A-OK code. The characters in the same spots as the - above make
     up your user code.
    
     
     EXAMPLE:
     
     90?PX  NP7422?R  FTH?4
     7XS?3  Y3JP1?44  900HQ
     ?9T58  NHPTNH??  C82PH
    
     If the code above was your A-OK code, your user code would be: P?
    
    
     NOTE: There's a good chance that your user code will be either P? or ??.
           If it isn't, don't worry. Just use the user code you found.
    
    
    1.3 Finding A Dungeon Code
    
     Although there is already a list of dungeon codes below, it is not complete.
     That's why I am showing you how to find your own dungeon code.
     
     +++++  +--++++-  +++++
     ++-+-  ++-++++-  +++++
     +-+++  ++++++-+  +++++
    
     Once again you will need to look at your A-OK code. The characters in the
     same spots as the - make up the dungeon code.
    
     EXAMPLE:
    
     90?PX  NP7422?R  FTH?4
     7XS?3  Y3JP1?44  900HQ
     ?9T58  NHPTNH??  C82PH
    
     Using this A-OK code, the dungeon code would be: P7RS3J49?
    
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    2.0 Building Your A-OK Password
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    2.1 Constant Characters
    
     The constant characters are characters that stay the same and in the same
     positions between the SOS password and the A-OK password.
    
     +++-+  +--++++-  -++++
     ++---  ++-++++-  +++++
     +-+++  ++++++-+  +++++
    
     The constant characters would be in the same positions as the + in the above
     code.
    
    
     EXAMPLE
    
     90??X  NR0422??  STH54
     7X???  Y3HP7?4?  9H0HQ
     ??T08  NYPTN7??  CH2P5
    
     If the above code is your SOS, your A-OK would look like:
    
     90?&X  N&&422?&  &TH54
     7X&&&  Y3&P7?4&  9H0HQ
     ?&T08  NYPTN7&?  CH2P5
    
     (& represents spaces that still have to be filled in with either the dungeon
     code or your user code)
    
    
    2.2 User Code
    
     90?&X  N&&422?&  &TH54
     7X&&&  Y3&P7?4&  9H0HQ
     ?&T08  NYPTN7&?  CH2P5
    
     So far, the above code is our A-OK password. Now, we're going to fill in the
     user code. Our user code from earlier is "P?", so we're going to put that
     into the password.
    
     90?PX  N&&422?&  &TH54
     7X&?&  Y3&P7?4&  9H0HQ
     ?&T08  NYPTN7&?  CH2P5
    
    
    2.3 Dungeon Code
    
     Now we're going to insert the dungeon code into the password. Our dungeon
     code from earlier is: "P7RS3J49?".
    
     90?PX  NP7422?R  &TH54
     7XS?3  Y3JP7?44  9H0HQ
     ?9T08  NYPTN7??  CH2P5
    
    2.4 The Unknown Character
    
     NOTE: This character goes into the last & in the code from section 2.3.
    
    
     It is currently unknown as to what this character does. It could be any
     character except the chracter that was in it's place in the SOS code.
    
     
    
    
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    3.0 Dungeon Codes
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    3.1 List of Dungeon Codes That Always Work
     
     Mt. Steel:       P?Y4C0Y1S
     Sinister Woods:  P6Y4CTY1S
     Silent Chasm:    PR...PQ5?TY
     Sky Tower:       P?0...1R0P6
     Mt. Thunder:     P6312J3JP
     Buried Relic:    P?0...1T0P6
     Solar Cave:      PPS+H5J?5
     Waterfall Pond:  PNS+H6J?5
     Pitfall Valley:  P6WMK5...P9
     Northwind Field: PR-7HT+2♀
     Stormy Sea:      P63CKTNR4
     Murky Cave:      PNCSQ6JCY
     Wish Cave:       XP-MF0HFP
    
    
    
    
    3.2 List of Dungeons With Multiple Codes
    
     NOTE: The first code listed for each dungeon is the one you should try
           first.
    
     
     Purity Forest:   X7RS-249-
                      X?RS-249-
    
    
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    4.0 End
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    4.1 Credits
    
     All credits for this guide go to TogeticE (now known as: targendaz)
    
    
    4.2 Contact Me
    
     If you have discovered anything new about creating A-OK codes or if you
     are having problems creating your A-OK code, you may email me at:
     targendaze@gmail.com
    
     NOTE: I WILL NOT RESCUE YOU! I WILL ONLY HELP YOU CREATE YOUR A-OK CODE!
    
     NOTE: Don't contact me about issues with dungeons that have multiple codes.
    
    
    4.3 Help Find The Unknown Character
    
     I have tried many times to figure out what the unknown character is for.
     Anybody who want's to help can email me. If you do help, even if you don't
     actually figure out what it's for, I will give you credit in this FAQ.
    
     NOTE: I don't want suggestions as to what the unknown character is for.
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    

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