That's what all.log is for. In all.log you can clearly
notice that $15B8,x and $1510,x are sprite tables.
Why don't we submit them? Because research isn't done for them.
Yes, it's a sprite table. But that's all you know, unless you actually GO FOR IT AND RESEARCH IT
And to make SMWC's RAM map actually a valuable
place to look in, 'Unknown sprite table' just doesn't do it. As Ersan said, it's quality what we go for.
Such a description is barely better than no submission at all, it only points you a bit into the direction, but the same could be done with all.log.
And now you might be thinking, yeah, but what about the new ASM learners then? They don't know how to control all.log.
Well, let me tell you this, with a description as vague as that, you're not helping them either.
And by the way, I'm starting on fixing each one of the current RAM addresses with such a description tomorrow.
Don't follow "Find Roy's Dignity", my hack
. Because it's pretty outdated. <--------