----------------------------------- Golden Sun 2 Item/Djinn Hack Guide ----------------------------------- Written by 9°Kirsdarke ------------------ Table of Contents ------------------ A.0 Version History A.1 About this Guide 1.0 Item Hacking 1.01 Character Addresses 1.02 Item Values 1.1 Djinn Hacking 1.11 Djinn Hacking Addresses 1.12 Djinn Values A.3 Frequently Asked Questions A.4 Legal Stuff A.5 Contact Info A.6 Credits A.7 Coming Soon -------------------- A.0 Version History -------------------- 9/15/06 Version 1.0 Well here you go. How to hack Items/Djinn in Golden Sun 2. --------------------- A.1 About this Guide --------------------- Welcome to my second guide. :) Since you are reading this I can assume that we both have a huge respect for CAMELOT's Golden Sun series. The first time I ever played these games I fell in love with them, as many have and many will. This guide was written only for Golden Sun 2. Although many of the items and psyenergies are the same in Golden Sun, many are different and all of the addresses are different. If after reading this you wish to hack your Golden Sun game a certain someone wrote a guide just for that purpose. Well now that I've said my piece, it's time to get hacking! ------------ A.2 Hacking ------------ So by now you may be asking yourself "I've never heard of save game hacking. It must be difficult." Fear not! Hacking a save can be incredibly simple. All you have to do is understand the basics. On your game, there is the game itself saved, and some RAM that holds all of your game saves. Save game hacking deals directly with the hacking of those save files. Unlike a Gameshark which bypasses code, hacking your save physically (or electronically) alters your data permanently. So how does one go about hacking a save game file? Well in order to do it you need a Hex Editor, preferably (almost madatory) Winhex. I personally like using it because it saves you a lot of clicking and dragging. This program is free software and are available at www.download.com. It's not that big. Just search for it. So how do you get your game onto your computer? Well there's two basic ways. One is to buy a special flash reader and transfer your game save onto the computer. The other is to obtain a ROM from the internet. Either way you get the save, this should be the method used to hack it. So fire up that editor and open up your Golden Sun 2 save file. You will be greeted with what appears to be a huge matrix of numbers; a long string of numbers at the top and a long list of numbers at the side. First off, let me explain the numbers. Golden Sun 2 uses what's called a hexadecimal system. Every computer in the world is built off a system of on and off switches. They can either be on or off, which leads to a two number binary system. As humans we count everything as a decimal system, which uses ten numbers. So these two numbers are very difficult to convert from one to another. But fear not. Enter the hexadecimal system. It uses sixteen digits, 0-9 and A-F. Since sixteen is a power of 2, hex and binary numbers can be easily swapped. That's the job of the hex editor. Notice how the hex numbers are grouped into pairs? Each group of two is one byte of data. It is important you realize this because all of the information is saved on one byte, even if it is only a single digit number. Of course it would be immensely difficult to just spew all the data out into one continuous line. Enter the address: also known as the offset. On your left, you have a long column of hex numbers like this: 00000000 00000010 00000020 00000030 and continues on... 00003AD0 00003AE0 00003AF0 00003B00 And so on, all the way to the end of your data. If your left column doesn't contain any letters, click on it until it does. All the addresses in this guide are written in hex form, and it would be difficult (if not impossible) to find them otherwise. Now each row contains the all of the possible locations for you data in that address. They are written like: 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 0A 0B 0C 0D 0E 0F Since hex is a base of sixteen, the next number after 0F (which is 15 in decimal) is 10. (which is 16 in decimal) Each of those addresses has a value stored there, which are all of the numbers you see in front of you. So reading a address is quite simple. You read it exactly like you do a grid on a map. 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 0A 0B 0C 0D 0E 0F 0000A060 ** 0000A070 0000A080 0000A090 If the address you are looking for is A067, then you would go down to A060, and over to A067, which is indicated by the stars. So when you wish to change a value for something, all you do is travel to the correct address, and then the correct byte. Now if all you had to do to hack was load up your game, change some numbers and load up your game, then life would be great. Unfortuantely for you Golden Sun 2 includes two ways to stop the game save hacker: Libraries and Checksums. The comprehension of Libraries is crucial to be able to hack. Golden Sun 2 contains a total of three different libraries where your data could be located. Now you may ask "But aren't there only three save slots?" To which I will reply "Why, yes, I guess you're right." While its true there only three save files, the game includes two "backup" libraries. Whenever you save on your game, the data is automatically saved into two of these files. Why two? Just in case your power goes off while saving, or any other sort of saving nightmare. (Trust me, it's happened to me during a hack before, and it is not fun :( ) The reason Libraries are so important becomes obvious very quickly if you ignore them. Your game is saved in one of these five files. Now when I say one, thats exactly what I mean. If you edit the wrong library, nothing will happen. You must find the right library if you ever wish to succesfully hack your game save. Failure to do so will result in hours of wasted time and tons of effort and frustration on your part. Thankfully, Golden Sun 2 is very easily divided into its libraries. The start of each one is signified by the word CAMELOT in the right coloumn, and continues all the way to the next CAMELOT. Now how can one be sure they are editing the correct library? Well the easiest way is to only have one save game. So if you just obtained a rom and are starting your hacking, it's much easier if you only start one game. That way there is only one possible library. If for some reason you must have your save game data, then look at the level of your characters or if they're the same the stats. Comparing them this way makes it much easier to make a correct guess. Golden Sun also uses another security method called the Checksum. The checksum is the sum of all the values of each byte of data in a block of code. Basically whenever you load up your game, the fileadds up all of the bytes in your save and checks it against the checksum.If they are the same, then you data loads up no problem. But if they are not equal, the game does not recognise it as valid and you will meet an empty save slot. That may sound horrible to you but actually it is a great help. In Golden Sun 2, the Checksum is always located in the exact same spot for each library. Just scroll through checking all of your libraries until you find the one with a Checksum. If you have two save different save files, however, you will probably have to manually search character stats to find the correct one. But rest assured if a file does not have a checksum it is not one that you should be hacking. The Checksum will always be writen as two bytes of data. So when even if you add it and you get a checksum of 03, you still use two bytes. And for all you WinHex users, I have good news. First, left click on the offset listand go to edit block. Then set the block to *010 to *FFF. The * is for whichever library you are in at the time, whether its 0010 or 3010. Then go up to tools and click on Compute Hash/Checksum or something like that, set it to 16 Checksum and viola, you have your Checksum. ** When storing the Checksum, the game automatically uses the "reverse-byte" method of storage. Basically, if you get a checksum of 03A6, you would break it into two bytes 03 and A6, and reverse them. The Checksum would then be written as A6 03. If for any reason you get a Checksum larger than 2 bytes, then just take the last four numbers and reverse them to get your Checksum. Well thats basically everything you need to know (and I know) about hacking!:) --------------------- A.3 A Few More Notes --------------------- 1) When you wish to save your game on the computer, make sure you use the start + save method of saving. Otherwise it is almost impossible to hack. 2) When you back up your game, do not use your hex editors backup feature. It is best to copy your game and paste it in a new folder. Then if something goes wrong, you can just delete your corrupted file and substitute the good one. Just make sure to rename it to whatever the first file was named. 3) Many times when you are hacking the "Your write time has changed. Would you like to reload" message will appear on your screen. If you click yes, the data is reloaded and you have to find the correct library again. The only time it is necessary is if you have done something in the game and saved it. Otherwise it is just a waste of time to keep doing it. 4) If you want a save file to practice hacking with all of the characters, Gamefaqs offers a variety of game saves for you to download. However these files are not .sav files that Visual Boy Advanced gets you. If you want to use one of these files simply open your ROM and then go file->import->sharkport snapshot. The emulator then reverts it to a .sav file and you're free to practice hacking. -------------- 1.0 CheckSum -------------- CheckSum -> *008 - *009 Range of Checksum -> *010 - (*+2)FFF This is a nice, easy CheckSum to calculate. Just go to edit (or right click + edit) and scroll down to Define Block. Set the top number to *010 and the bottom to (*+2)FFF to get the correct CheckSum. So for example a very common library is the 3000 block with the Checksum at 3008+3009 and stretches from 3010 to 5FFF. Just make sure to put the resulting CheckSum in the "reverse byte" method, where you put the second byte first and the first byte second. So a CheckSum of 4F78 would be written as 78 4F. Just make sure when you calculate your CheckSum you use 16 bit CheckSum. Anything else will not work at all. ------------------ 1.01 Item Hacking ------------------ Item hacking is actually incredibly simple. It's just like hacking psyenergy. 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 0A 0B 0C 0D 0E 0F 3680 Item -> 0A 02 <- Equiped/Quantity 3690 36A0 36B0 Item: Very simple. You merely change this value to whatever item you want. Equpied/Quantity: Again a fairly simple concept. Certain values signify whether an item is equpied/unequiped or how many you have. 00 = Unequipped 48 = 10 98 = 20 E8 = 30 02 = Equipped 50 = 11 A0 = 21 08 = 2 58 = 12 A8 = 22 10 = 3 60 = 13 B0 = 23 18 = 4 68 = 14 B8 = 24 20 = 5 70 = 15 C0 = 25 28 = 6 78 = 16 C8 = 26 30 = 7 80 = 17 D0 = 27 38 = 8 88 = 18 D8 = 28 40 = 9 90 = 19 E0 = 29 There is also another subset of items that instead of using 00 = unequiped 02 = equiped they instead use 01 = unequiped 03 = equiped That is because basically the game had more items that could fit in one byte and so they had to throw in a 01 so you could access another set of items. Just so you know it's best to hack your items as "unequiped" so that way you won't accidentally have a conflict of intrest. ------------------------ 1.01 Character Addresses ------------------------ Felix: 3B38 - 3B55 Jenna: 3C84 - 3CA1 Sheba: 3DD0 - 3DED Piers: 3F1C - 3F39 Issac: 3608 - 3625 Garet: 3754 - 3771 Ivan: 38A0 - 38BD Mia: 39EC - 3A09 ---------------- Item Values ---------------- ----------- Items + 00 ----------- -------- Weapons -------- 01 - Long Sword 0F - Machete 1A - Masamune 02 - Broad Sword 10 - Short Sword 1B - Bandit's Sword 03 - Claymore 11 - Hunter's Sword 04 - Great Sword 12 - Battle Rapier 1F - Battle Axe 05 - Shamshir 13 - Master Rapier 20 - Broad Axe 06 - Silver Blade 14 - Ninja Blade 21 - Great Axe 07 - Fire Brand 15 - Swift Sword 22 - Dragon Axe 08 - Arctic Blade 16 - Elven Rapier 23 - Giant Axe 09 - Gaia Blade 17 - Assassin Blade 24 - Vulcan Axe 0A - Sol Blade 18 - Mystery Blade 25 - Burning Axe 0B - Muramasa 19 - Kikuichimonji 26 - Demon Axe 2B - Mace 37 - Wooden Stick 3F - Crystal Rod 2C - Heavy Mace 38 - Magic Rod 40 - Zodiac Wand 2D - Battle Mace 39 - Witch's Wand 41 - Shaman's Wand 2E - War Mace 3A - Blessed Ankh 2F - Righteous Mace 3B - Psyenergy Rod 30 - Grevious Mace 3C - Frost Wand 31 - Blessed Mace 3D - Angelic Ankh 32 - Wicked Mace 3E - Demonic Staff ------ Armor ------ 4B - Leather Armor 59 - Cotton Shirt 67 - One-Piece Dress 4C - Psyenergy Armor 5A - Travel Vest 68 - Travel Robe 4D - Chain Mail 5B - Fur Coat 69 - Silk Robe 4E - Armored Shell 5C - Adept's Clothes 6A - China Dress 4F - Plate Mail 5D - Elven Shirt 6B - Jerkin 50 - Steel Armor 5E - Silver Vest 6C - Cocktail Dress 51 - Spirit Armor 5F - Water Jacket 6D - Blessed Robe 52 - Dragon Scales 60 - Storm Gear 6E - Magical Cassok 53 - Demon Mail 61 - Kimono 6F - Mysterious Robe 54 - Asura's Armor 62 - Ninja Garb 70 - Feathered Robe 55 - Spiked Armor 71 - Oracle's Robe 76 - Wooden Shield 7F - Padded Gloves 88 - Leather Armlet 77 - Bronze Shield 80 - Leather Gloves 89 - Armlet 78 - Iron Shield 81 - Gauntlets 8A - Heavy Armlet 79 - Knight's Shield 82 - Vambrace 8B - Silver Armlet 7A - Mirrored Shield 83 - War Gloves 8C - Spirit Armlet 7B - Dragon Shield 84 - Spirit Gloves 8D - Virtuous Armlet 7C - Earth Shield 85 - Battle Gloves 8E - Guardian Armlet 86 - Aura Gloves 91 - Open Helm 9C - Leather Cap A6 - Circlet 92 - Bronze Helm 9D - Wooden Cap A7 - Silver Circlet 93 - Iron Helm 9E - Mail Cap A8 - Guardian Circlet 94 - Steel Helm 9F - Jeweled Crown A9 - Platinum Circlet 95 - Silver Helm A0 - Ninja Hood AA - Mythril Circlet 96 - Knight's Helm A1 - Lucky Cap AB - Glittering Tiara 97 - Warrior's Helm A2 - Thunder Crown 98 - Adept's Helm A3 - Prophet's Hat FA - Mythril Shirt A4 - Lure Cap FB - Silk Shirt FC - Running Shirt ------------ ---------------- ---------- Minor Items Psyenergy Items Key Items ------------ ---------------- ---------- B4 - Herb C6 - Lash Pebble B9 - Empty Bottle B5 - Nut C7 - Pound Cube DD - Venus Star B6 - Vial C8 - Orb of Force DE - Mercury Star B7 - Potion C9 - Douse Drop DF - Mythril Bag(Mars) B8 - Hermes' Water CA - Frost Jewel E0 - Mythril Bag(Jupiter) BA - Psy Crystal CB - Lifting Gem E1 - Mythril Bag BB - Antidote CC - Halt Gem E2 - Small Jewel BC - Elixir CD - Cloak Ball E7 - Dragon's Eye BD - Water of Life CE - Carry Stone E8 - Bone BE - Mist Potion CF - Catch Beads E9 - Anchor Charm BF - Power Bread D0 - Tremor Bit EA - Corn C0 - Cookie D1 - Scoop Gem EB - Cell Key C1 - Apple D2 - Cyclone Chip EC - Boat Ticket C2 - Hard Nut D5 - Burst Brooch EE - Mystic Draught C3 - Mint D6 - Grindstone F3 - Red Key C4 - Lucky Pepper D8 - Hover Jade F4 - Blue Key E3 - Smoke Bomb DA - Teleport Lapis F5 - Mythril Bag(Mr + Jr) E4 - Sleep Bomb F6 - Jupiter Star E5 - Game Ticket F7 - Mars Star 86 - Lucky Medal ED - Sacred Feather EF - Oil Drop F0 - Weasel's Claw F1 - Bramble Seed F2 - Crystal Powder ----------- Items + 01 ----------- -------- Weapons -------- 01 - Quick Boots 0E - Huge Sword 1A - Rune Blade 02 - Fur Boots 0F - Mythril Blade 1B - Cloud Brand 03 - Turtle Boots 12 - Levatine 1D - Sylph Rapier 04 - Adept Ring 13 - Darksword 1E - Burning Sword 05 - War Ring 14 - Excalibur 1F - Pirate's Sabre 06 - Sleep Ring 15 - Robbers Blade 20 - Cosair's Edge 07 - Healing Ring 16 - Soul Brand 21 - Pirate's Sabre 08 - Unicorn Ring 17 - Storm Brand 22 - Hypnos' Sword 09 - Fairy Ring 18 - Hestia Blade 23 - Mist Sabre 0A - Cleric's Ring 19 - Lightning Sword 24 - Phaeton's Blade 25 - Tisiphone Edge 27 - Apollo's Axe 31 - Comet Mace 39 - Cloud Wand 28 - Gaia's Axe 32 - Tungsten Mace 3A - Salamander Rod 29 - Stellar Axe 33 - Demon Mace 3B - Nebula Wand 2A - Captain's Axe 34 - Hagbone Mace 3C - Dracomace 2B - Viking Axe 35 - Blow Mace 3D - Glower Staff 2C - Disk Axe 36 - Rising Mace 3E - Goblin's Rod 2D - Themis' Axe 37 - Thanatos Mace 3F - Meditation Rod 2E - Mighty Axe 40 - Fireman's Pole 2F - Tartarus Axe 41 - Atropos' Rod 42 - Lachesis' Rule 46 - Trident 43 - Clotho's Distaff 44 - Staff of Anubis ------ Armor ------ 48 - Planet Armor 52 - Faery Vest 5B - Dragon Robe 49 - Dragon Mail 53 - Mythril Clothes 5C - Ardagh Robe 4A - Chronos Mail 54 - Full Metal Vest 5D - Muni Robe 4B - Stealth Armor 55 - Wild Coat 5E - Aeolian Cassock 4C - Xylion Armor 56 - Floral Dress 5F - Iris Robe 4D - Ixion Mail 57 - Festive Coat 4E - Phantasmal Mail 58 - Erinyes Tunic 4F - Erebus Armor 59 - Triton's Ward 50 - Valkyrie Mail 61 - Luna Shield 69 - Aerial Gloves 70 - Clear Bracelet 62 - Dragon Shield 6A - Titan Gloves 71 - Mythril Armlet 63 - Flame Shield 6B - Big Bang Gloves 72 - Bone Armlet 64 - Terra Shield 6C - Crafted Gloves 73 - Jester's Armlet 65 - Cosmos Shield 6D - Riot Gloves 74 - Leda's Braclet 66 - Fujin Shield 6E - Spirit Gloves 67 - Aegis Shield 76 - Dragon Helm 7E - Floating Hat 86 - Pure Circlet 77 - Mythril Helm 7F - Nurse's Cap 87 - Astral Circlet 78 - Fear Helm 80 - Thorn Crown 88 - Psychic Circlet 79 - Millenium Helm 81 - Otafuku Mask 89 - Demon Circlet 7A - Viking Helm 82 - Hiotoko Mask 8A - Clarity Circlet 7B - Gloria Helm 83 - Crown of Glory 8B - Brilliant Circlet 7C - Minerva Helm 84 - Alastor's Hood 8C - Beserker Band 8E - Divine Camisole 92 - Leather Boots 99 - Spirit Ring 8F - Herbed Shirt 93 - Dragon Boots 9A - Stardust Ring 90 - Golden Shirt 94 - Saftey Boots 9B - Aroma Ring 91 - Casual Shirt 95 - Knight's Greave 9C - Rainbow Ring 96 - Silver Greave 9D - Soul Ring 97 - Ninja Sandals 9E - Guardian Ring 98 - Golden Boots 9F - Golden Ring -------------- ---------------- -------- Forge Weapons Forge Materials Trident -------------- ---------------- -------- A1 - Rusty Sword AD - Tear Stone B7 - Right Prong A2 - Rusty Sword AE - Star Dust B8 - Left Prong A3 - Rusty Sword AF - Sylph Feather B9 - Center Prong A4 - Rusty Sword B0 - Dragon Skin A5 - Rusty Axe B1 - Salamander Tail A6 - Rusty Axe B2 - Golem Core A7 - Rusty Mace B3 - Mythril Silver A8 - Rusty Mace B4 - Dark Matter A9 - Rusty Staff B5 - Orihalcon AA - Rusty Staff AB - Rusty Staff ------------ ----------------- Class Items Key Items (cont) ------------ ----------------- BB - Mysterious Card C0 - Healing Fungus C6 - Milk BC - Trainers Whip C1 - Laughing Fungus C7 - Li'l Turtle BD - Tomegathericon C2 - Signal Whistle C8 - Aquarius Stone C3 - Dancing Idol C9 - Large Bread C4 - Pretty Stone CA - Sea God's Tear C5 - Red Cloth CB - Ruin Key CC - Magma Ball ------------------- 1.1 Djinn Hacking ------------------- Let me start off by saying this: Djinn hacking is incredibly tricky. You have to do everything perfectly or you will be greeted with usless and unresponsive Djinn. Up to this point, everything you've hacked has been controlled by multiple bytes, aka items and psyenergy. Every different psyenergy and item has had it's own byte that controls it. Djinn hacking is far more complex. It is controlled by more than one byte, which change depending on the status of your Djinn,(standby, set, recovery) which elements you have and how many of each you have. Felix's Djinn 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 0A 0B 0C 0D 0E 0F B50 80 00 00 B60 80 00 00 B70 01 01 All of those numbers control one Djinn. Unfortunately at this point I only understand which numbers to add; not really what they do. The byte at 608 controlls which Djinn you have. Unlike items and psyenergy, where each item/psyenergy is accounted for in its own byte, which Djinn you have is not controlled by seperate bytes. They are controlled by only two. The game uses a binary system of counting to keep track of your Djinn. 01 - Flint 02 - Granite 04 - Quartz 08 - Vine 10(16) - Sap 20(32) - Ground 40(64) - Bane 80(128) - Echo So then what the game does is it adds up the value for each indivdual djinn and its total is what ends up at 608. So for example if you have Flint, Granite and Quartz, the game adds up the values (1 + 2 + 4) and you get seven, which goes at 608. Here's where my understanding of Djinn fails. For some unknown reason you must put the same value you got above (in my example its 7) and put it in the bytes directly below in this case 618. I don't know why you have to do this; only that if you don't bad things will happen. Status bytes The two bytes (08 + 0C) are determined by the status of Djinn you have. A value of 1 means that the Djinn are all in standby. Make sure to ALWAYS use a 1. Then all you have to do is count up the number of Djinn you hacked in (in my example I would use 3) and put it in both of the status byte locations. As with the first byte you must put this value in BOTH status byte locations. Now as I previously stated, the location also determines which Djinn you have. For Felix the bytes listed above all control Venus Djinn. If you were to put the same value (in my case 80) and put it in another location, you would get the same value Djinn of another element. So if you place the 80 in another location instead of Echo you could also get Cannon, Fog or Breath. Confused yet? Just read the addresses and values and maybe you'll get it. **PLEASE note that if you hack the Djinn the way I do for this guide what you must hack only one element at a time. If you try to hack multiple elements of Djinn at once the addresses change and I am not going to list all of the possiblities at this point. That also includes trying to hack when your character has two or more Djinn of different elements. Your best off hacking in all of the Djinn and then arranging them in game. That way the game will take care of the messy points for you. ----------------------------- 1.11 Djinn Hacking Addresses ----------------------------- Okay so maybe my explination isn't that clear but I think once you see what I'm talking about you'll be able to successfully hack your Djinn and only have to do it once. Legend Vs-> Venus Ms-> Mars Mc-> Mercury Jr-> Jupiter ------ Felix ------ 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 0A 0B 0C 0D 0E 0F B50 Vs Vs Vs Mc Mc Mc B60 Ms Ms Ms Jr Jr Jr Vs Vs Vs Mc Mc Mc B70 Ms Ms Ms Jr Jr Jr Status Vs-> B78 + B7C Mc-> B79 + B7D Ms-> B7A + B7E Jr-> B7B + B7F ------ Jenna ------ 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 0A 0B 0C 0D 0E 0F CA0 Vs Vs Vs Mc Mc Mc Ms Ms Ms CB0 Jr Jr Jr Vs Vs Vs Mc Mc Mc Ms Ms Ms CC0 Jr Jr Jr Status Jr-> CC3 + CC7 Vs-> CC4 + CC8 Mr-> CC5 + CC9 Ms-> CC6 + CCA ------ Sheba ------ 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 0A 0B 0C 0D 0E 0F DF0 Vs Vs Vs Mc Mc Mc Ms Ms Ms Jr Jr Jr E00 Vs Vs VS Mc Mc Mc Ms Ms Ms Jr Jr Jr Status Vs-> E10 + E14 Mc-> E11 + E15 Ms-> E12 + E16 Jr-> E13 + E17 ------ Piers ------ 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 0A 0B 0C 0D 0E 0F F30 Vs Vs Vs F40 Mc Mc Mc Ms Ms Ms Jr Jr Jr Vs Vs Vs F50 Mc Mc Mc Ms Ms Ms Jr Jr Jr Status Vs-> F5C + F60 Mc-> F5D + F61 Ms-> F5E + F62 Jr-> F5F + F63 ------ Issac ------ 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 0A 0B 0C 0D 0E 0F 620 Vs Vs Vs Mc Mc Mc 630 Ms Ms Ms Jr Jr Jr Vs Vs Vs Mc Mc Mc 640 Ms Ms Ms Jr Jr Jr Status Vs-> 648 + 64C Ms-> 64A + 64E Jr-> 64B + 64F Mc-> 649 + 64D ------ Garet ------ 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 0A 0B 0C 0D 0E 0F 770 Jr Jr Jr Vs Vs Vs Mc Mc Mc Ms Ms Ms 780 Jr Jr Jr Vs Vs Vs Mc Mc Mc Ms Ms Ms Status Ms-> 796 + 79A Vs-> 794 + 798 Mc-> 795 + 799 Jr-> 797 + 79B ----- Ivan ----- 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 0A 0B 0C 0D 0E 0F 8C0 Vs Vs Vs Mc Mc Mc Ms Ms Ms Jr Jr Jr 8D0 Vs Vs Vs Mc Mc Mc Ms Ms Ms Jr Jr Jr Status Jr-> 8E3 + 8E7 Mc-> 8E1 + 8E5 Vs-> 8E0 + 804 Ms-> 8E2 + 8E6 ---- Mia ---- 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 0A 0B 0C 0D 0E 0F A10 Mc Mc Mc Ms Ms Ms Jr Jr Jr Vs Vs Vs A20 Mc Mc Mc Ms Ms Ms Jr Jr Jr Vs Vs Vs Status Mc-> A3C + A31 Jr-> A2F + A33 Ms-> A2E + A32 Vs-> A2C + A30 ------------------ 1.12 Djinn Values ------------------ The formula for figuring out which Djinn you have is simple: simply add up the values assigned to each Djinn. Then use the hex converter to obtain the correct hex value. Since there are say a few hundred thousand possible combinations per element, I will only list the values assigned to each Djinn. Venus Mars Jupiter Mercury 1 Flint Forge Gust Fizz 2 Granite Fever Breeze Sleet 4 Quartz Corona Zephyr Mist 8 Vine Scorch Smog Spritz 16 Sap Ember Kite Hail 32 Ground Flash Squall Tonic 64 Bane Torch Luff Dew 128 Echo Cannon Breath Fog 256 Iron Spark Blitz Sour 512 Steel Kindle Ether Spring 1024 Mud Char Waft Shade 2048 Flower Coal Haze Chill 4096 Meld Reflux Wheeze Steam 8192 Petra Core Aroma Rime 16384 Salt Tinder Whorl Gel 32768 Geode Shine Gasp Eddy 65536 Mold Fury Lull Balm 131072 Crystal Fugue Gale Serac ** Also note the values listed above are NOT hex values. You must add up those numbers and then convert them using the hex converter. Just so you know, FF 01 will net you the first 9 Djinn and 00 EF 03 will net you the 10th through 18th. ------------------------------ A.4 Frequently Asked Questions ------------------------------- Q: How do I get my game onto the computer? A: There are two ways that you can get your save on the computer. The first is to buy a special flash reader that connects to your pc and allows you to transfer your data, much the same way a gameshark works. The second is to obtain a "ROM" of the game from the internet. Q: So this works with my GBA, right? A: Yes. If you can get your GBA save fileon the computer, this is exactly the method to use to hack it. Q: Where can I find a ROM for Golden Sun? A: I honestly don't know. Q: What should I use to play my ROM? A: Visual Boy Advanced is top dog when it comes to GBA emulators, and it's a free download. Q: Is this even legal? A: Read Gamefaqs section about roms/warez to find out. Q: So what was the name of the hex editor again? A: You really need to pay attention. I strongly recommend WinHex because it allows you to highlight large chunks of code effortlessly. ---------------- A.5 Legal Stuff ---------------- This guide is to only be posted on Gamefaqs.com Neoseeker.com. SuperCheat.com If you wish to put this guide on your site contact and I'll let you know. I'd say you've got a good chance though: any publicity is good for me. This guide is not to be reproduced for profit; only personal use. But you wouldn't even think of doing something like that, would you. :) Copyright Cody Trombley 2006 ----------------- A.6 Contact Info ----------------- If you have any questions, comments, typos, maybe some help please feel free to email me at keyblade_master_02(at)yahoo.com or AIM me at skye0052. Unfortunately I do not check my email often enough and if I take a while to get back to you I apologize in advance. If you are truely desperate to contact me, I am almost always on Xfire as skye0053 whenever I'm online so if you request to be added to my friends list please just make sure to say for hacking help or I will most likely ignore you. ------------ A.7 Credits ------------ Ahh, so much credit to give. First I have to give credit to Camelot for making undoutably the greatest RPG for GBA and one of my favorites of all time. Second a huge amount of credit goes to Kaitia who wrote the other game save hack guide and is responsible for getting me started in hacking and in helping me explain the hacking process. And for my friend for originally giving me the game. ---------------- A.8 Coming Soon ---------------- Well between my guide and Kaitia's there is not much left to be hacked in Golden Sun 2.
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