DPP Attack Editor is a tool for editing pokémons’ attacks.

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  • Einar Tobias Grude

    I downloaded it, but when I tried to extract it, it says all the files are corrupted.
    All I end up with are a couple of empty folders. Is there a way to fix this?

  • AB07

    How to change the category of the move?

  • Kenney Erazo

    It says I need a password to access the files. Is that out for the public?

    • The password is HackRomTools. You can find it near the top of each “Hack Tools” page on the site.

  • Edson

    I have a doubt… which narc file do I have to extract to change Pokemon Attacks? I’m ussing NitroExplorer2b, thanks!

    • Matteo Iervasi

      Instructions are bundled with the software 😉

      • Edson

        Thanks for your help, it works fine, but I don’t know why when I try to change the language to English, the application shows me an error. 🙁
        (It is shown in Spanish)

        • Matteo Iervasi

          Mmmh. The error is shown in spanish because your PC is set to spanish 🙂
          Try to open data.ini and set
          Language = 0

          • The Dark Knight

            Hey, where the Gen 5 Pokemon editor

      • The Dark Knight

        hey there, I’m trying to use your pokemon editor. It worked like a charm on a clean SS rom, but I’m trying to mod StormSilver now but the program crashes after uploading narcs and clicking on the pokemon. Why does it happen

  • Luke Walter Alexander

    How do you select alternate forms (Deoxys, Wormadam, etc.)?

    • Matteo Iervasi

      It’s currently not supported 🙁

      • Luke Walter Alexander

        Wrong page, but…still.
        Also, it seems that there’s a limit on the number of moves that can be added (not changed, but added).
        Could you please try to work on that in future (Pokemon Editor, of course)?

        • Matteo Iervasi

          The limit has been set by Nintendo (they are maximum 20 moves, if I remember correctly). We can’t go further, unless someone write a modded engine (which is much more difficult for the DS, I’m not able to do that…)

          • Luke Walter Alexander

            Huh, really? Well, that’s…unfortunate.
            On a more…’technological’ level, I wonder why this restriction is in place? Did they reach the ‘cap’ of 65535, for 16-bit binary? Or did they just put this arbitrary cap because they didn’t expect/want people to edit learnsets? I guess this is something that will never be answered, as no-one but the coders will be able to answer this, and I don’t expect any to remember the reasons for decisions made 6-7 years ago.

          • Matteo Iervasi

            I don’t think it’s because of the 16-bit limit. I think it’s because the maximum standard moveset of a Pokémon is 20 moves (in fact if you go to bulbapedia to see a random Pokémon (<= IV), its moveset never overtake 20 moves)..

            Of course Nintendo doesn't want us to hack their games, but it's too much funny xD
            As for the limit, I believe it can be overtaken, but we first have to find the correct part of ARM9 to hack (which is a very difficult task..)