Here I'll be pretty much putting any notes on hacking I found or did.
Class Relative Power: Value without experience - 0x00 Experience extra value - 0x01 Or recovery unit, always extra exp - 0x02 Usually - 0x03 Always experience fewer value - 0x04 Fewer experience value - 0x05
0x03 is the usual amount for all classes. 0x02 is for healers. 0x01 gives a big amount of exp, but it's not set to the est class weird. It's set to cleric. 0x04, 0x05 is for a couple of promotes. weirdly some un-promoted classes use 0x04. 0x00 gives no exp, usually set for npc characters. The Halberdier in Zhack is set to this.
This is all for now, I'm still looking around I'll add more soon.
Pokemon: Not sure if offended or proud because Mewtwo.
Welcome to the Friend Zone, I am your tour guide today.
If you look to your left, you will see the Waterfall of Tears. These are the tears shed every day, by boys across the world. Do not drink the tears, because, in large amounts, they taste like salt water. This waterfall is our main source of income, as we sell these tears to witches interested in using children's tears in a potion. Remember this, it will be on the test.
If you look on your brochure, you'll see the amount of people who've escaped the Friend Zone permanently. Can't find it? Exactly.
On your right, you'll see our cardiologist, eating in the dining room located next to the generic-outdoor-place-to-play. I'll go ahead and tell you, although there's always an idiot or two who ignores me: No, he cannot fix broken hearts. He told me to warn you that the first... let's go with idiot, the first idiot who asks him to fix their broken heart will die from a heart attack.
Oh, we're arriving. Now, your sleeping areas are separated into male and female dormitories. You cannot be in the other genders' dormitory after dark, because the last thing we need is for everyone to be having nonstop sex. If you're homosexual, we ask that you refrain from nonstop sex. And if any of you masturbate, please clean it up; we don't want to.
This will conclude your tour of the Friend Zone.
A wall of text explaining why tanks don't fare well in Gauntlets:
The issue about tanks in Gauntlets is; they can happily mow down an army of regular units in regular gameplay. If their speed is on the low side, the enemies are generally wielding ridiculously heavy weapons anyways, putting them at nearly 0 speed. And your tank can probably just knock out any threat in a single blow anyways. In the arena, that's not true. In the arena, your enemy will happily pull out some silver weapons, and use them. The weapon triangle will only help slightly.That one point of damage isn't too important when the enemy is critting your for 60 in a single blow. Your defense may be high, but the enemy isn't limited by such paltry things like "caps." You see, the people in the arena are just various incarnations of Marcus. Marcus is not limited by stat caps, he just chooses to hold back to give the enemy a chance. However, in the arena, he lessens his restraint. He gives you but one concession: That he doesn't just pull out his wang and end your life. And he is not merciless, he lets you run. Of course, since when can tanks run? If Marcus wanted, he could chase you, but he feels bad for you, tank, who made the mistake of entering his vacation home.
[1:10:03 AM] Flame Emblem:
(Flame Emblem): Right now I'm wondering why a steel sword has the extra-damage flashing icon when a bishop is healing the wielder [1:10:16 AM] Vansalon: lolwut [1:10:23 AM] Cevian: lolwut [1:107 AM] Sqawl: lolwut
[6:00:25 PM] Flame Emblem: Poor Herrik, forced to live without Fla- *destroyed* [6:00:53 PM] Sqawldalah: I'm sure he'll be fast friends with Blai--wait he isn't female never mind [6:00:56 PM] Sqawldalah: ;3c [6:01:26 PM] Jeiganman: lol [6:01:27 PM | Edited 6:01:45 PM] Sqawldalah: <s>[s][/s]