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==Overview==
 
==Overview==
Each playable character has six sets of his/her own unique attack sounds. The game randomly picks which set of sounds to use when attacking. This table controls the probability distribution of these set.
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Each playable character has six sets of his/her own unique attack sounds. The game randomly picks which set of sounds to use when attacking. This table controls the probability distribution of these sets.
  
 
There are 14 entries (one for each playable character), and each entry has 8 bytes. Only the first 6 of the 8 bytes are used. The values denote a percentage and should sum to 100.
 
There are 14 entries (one for each playable character), and each entry has 8 bytes. Only the first 6 of the 8 bytes are used. The values denote a percentage and should sum to 100.

Latest revision as of 20:47, 15 July 2013

Attack sound probability table
Game MOTHER 3
Start Address 0x112EA8
End Address 0x112F17
# of Entries 14 (0xE)
Entry Length 8 bytes
Total Length 112 bytes (0x70)
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Overview

Each playable character has six sets of his/her own unique attack sounds. The game randomly picks which set of sounds to use when attacking. This table controls the probability distribution of these sets.

There are 14 entries (one for each playable character), and each entry has 8 bytes. Only the first 6 of the 8 bytes are used. The values denote a percentage and should sum to 100.

  • 00 = Probability of set 1 (usually 32% or 100%)
  • 01 = Probability of set 2 (usually 24% or 0%)
  • 02 = Probability of set 3 (usually 18% or 0%)
  • 03 = Probability of set 4 (usually 12% or 0%)
  • 04 = Probability of set 5 (usually 9% or 0%)
  • 05 = Probability of set 6 (usually 5% or 0%)