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SMB3 - Boss Bass Tile ID banks
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Boss Bass uses an odd way to form a sprite. Usually I use VSNES to look for Tile ID's for sprites while most of them work. Other times I have to find Tile ID's by LDA followed by a STA Absolute,Y and sometimes Absolute,X. So how did the Boss Bass sprite been created? I have tried seeking these numbers but no luck. Here's my screenshot!

QUESTION ANSWERED! I never knew it was straight down forward and I finally found it after corrupting the bytes via hex editor so many times. Here is the data. I'm using a headered SMAS rom.

x14A4A0 – Boss Bass (Facing Right, 12 Bytes)
71 A4 A5 A9 98 99 AA A6 9A 9B A7 A8

x14A4AC – Boss Bass (Facing Left, 12 Bytes)
9A 9B A7 A8 98 99 AA A6 71 A4 A5 A9

x14A546 – Load absolute X to ROM OFFSET x14A4A0 (BD A0 A2)
x14A549 – Store absolute Y at RAM $802 from x14A546 (99 02 08)
x14A54C – Load absolute X to ROM OFFSET x14A4D0 (BD D0 A2)
x14A54F – Store absolute Y at RAM $803 from x14A54C (99 03 08)
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