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Decent enough series, though Korra's a complete cunt and just generally an annoying character. Looking forward to Book III.
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THANK YOU for posting this thread. For some time now have I been trying to get help for my hack while not knowing where to announce it other than my sig.

Perhaps, persuading the staff to have a requests sub-forum made may be a good idea for the near future.
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The "Drought" link is actually a full EP. Kudos for listening to the whole thing.
Believe it or not, DsO started out as raw traditional black metal. In 2004, they released an album called "Si Monumentium Requires Circumspice", which was still very much black metal with more polished recording production and some of the abnormal qualities that more define their sound today. After that album, they went all out avant-garde/prog/blackmetal/whatever.

By the way, Hadron, that song was pretty damn cool. The vocals did remind me of Haken, as well. There were alot of YT comments blabbing about how they didn't like the vocalist, but I had no problems upon listening.

Here is a progressive metal piece for your earvaginas. The sole member of this band, Ron Jarzombek, hammers out some insane guitar work.
Very well composed in my opinion.
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This is unFUCKINGexcusable!!!
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Let's start with something well-known. Very nice instrumental piece.

Call of Ktulu
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All three of those, ftw. Especially, Pig Destroyer. Ever listen to Assück?

Full Necrosalvation EP.
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So, here's my deal. I draw graphic tiles, sprites, and all that good stuff from scratch in MS paint. And, of course, that requires some modification of the palettes once they're transfered into YY-CHR.

This is where I'm getting a bit uncomfortable. How do you guys usually go about editing palettes. How do you know you're not fucking up colors in all sorts of other places in the game?

I guess what I'm trying to ask is what tips you have to give me for efficiently organizating the colors without messing too much stuff up. Or, is it just a tedious trial and error/troubleshooting process with no easy way around it?
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I'm editing Mario's graphics right now.
So, in Lunar Magic, when I click the green mushroom to insert the GFX, it tells me that they are stored in 3bpp format and that I need to extract them and re-insert them as 4bpp format.
What does this mean and how do I do that?
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Originally posted by Luigi-San
Originally posted by Face
I'm editing Mario's graphics right now.
So, in Lunar Magic, when I click the green mushroom to insert the GFX, it tells me that they are stored in 3bpp format and that I need to extract them and re-insert them as 4bpp format.
What does this mean and how do I do that?


Click #lm{extgfx} then #lm{insgfx}.


Still doing it. And, it overwrote all the work I've been doing.
Good thing I backed up my GFX32 and GFX00 bin files. :/
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Beautiful art, I must say.
Even the Adventure Time pieces were enjoyable to see, even though I really can't stand Adventure Time one bit.
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How about some good ol' German tech-death?
Necrophagist-Culinary Hyperversity

I'm not really much into tech-death, but Necrophagist is fucking ace.
Muhammed Suiçmez is a god. He pretty much IS Necrophagist. The entire debut album is all him on guitar, bass, vox, and drum programming.
Some of his riffs remind me of playing old Castlevania games.
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Ed, Edd, n' Eddy is amazing. Never saw the movie, though.

I'd fork out the dough to buy it on DVD if I saw a copy anywhere, just like I did for Spongebob Squarepants seasons.
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This outta be alot of fun and it looks really neat.
Vanilla to me, is always off-putting at first glance, but this is quite an exception.
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I put some my custom ExGfx into the first level and all was well, but then I inserted some other ExGfx into the next level and upon revisiting the first level, Mario just fell through the ground and died.

What caused this and what can I do about it?

Also, no one answered the following question that's quoted below, so I'm reposting.
Originally posted by Face
Originally posted by Luigi-San
Originally posted by Face
I'm editing Mario's graphics right now.
So, in Lunar Magic, when I click the green mushroom to insert the GFX, it tells me that they are stored in 3bpp format and that I need to extract them and re-insert them as 4bpp format.
What does this mean and how do I do that?


Click #lm{extgfx} then #lm{insgfx}.


Still doing it. And, it overwrote all the work I've been doing.
Good thing I backed up my GFX32 and GFX00 bin files. :/

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Originally posted by Face
I put some my custom ExGfx into the first level and all was well, but then I inserted some other ExGfx into the next level and upon revisiting the first level, Mario just fell through the ground and died.

What caused this and what can I do about it?

Also, no one answered the following question that's quoted below, so I'm reposting.
Originally posted by Face
Originally posted by Luigi-San
Originally posted by Face
I'm editing Mario's graphics right now.
So, in Lunar Magic, when I click the green mushroom to insert the GFX, it tells me that they are stored in 3bpp format and that I need to extract them and re-insert them as 4bpp format.
What does this mean and how do I do that?


Click #lm{extgfx} then #lm{insgfx}.


Still doing it. And, it overwrote all the work I've been doing.
Good thing I backed up my GFX32 and GFX00 bin files. :/

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