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Custom Amiibo Cards for BOTW

Discussion in 'Wii U - Hacking & Backup Loaders' started by Random11, Mar 11, 2017.

  1. mistic100

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    Here are the four last card backs for the four champions.

    botw 2 card daruk_back_2.2. botw 2 card mipha_back_2.2. botw 2 card revali_back_2.2. botw 2 card urbosa_back_2.2.
     
  2. HunterMcDole

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    Any chance for the source files? I had modified your other ones to a CC size and a different back.

    Thanks,
     
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    @mistic100 Thanks, I had to manually add them to the old data set for some reason, it kept giving me an error about too many variables on line 1. I have my modified pdf/dataset if you want it otherwise, I will just upload the pngs on the CC page if that is still cool.
     
  5. Wavorly

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    @Random11 Hello. I was wondering if you planned on making a card variant for all the amiibo that would give you an outfit in Super Mario Odyssey.
    30th Anniversary: 8 Bit - Classic Color
    Mario Party: Gold Mario, Silver Mario
    Super Smash Bros.: Diddy Kong, Dr. Mario, Luigi, Wario, Waluigi
     
  6. Random11
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    No. I dont really see a use for making cards of characters from a line in the styling of a different line. I see why you might want that in the short term so you have matching cards. But what happens when the next smash game comes out? Are you going to reprint those ones in the smash style? or live with not having the smash line all matching? If you disagree with my reasoning that's fine. I'm just explaining why I (for the most part) will only make cards in the style of their respective sets.
     
  7. Wavorly

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    I think you misunderstood me. I would just like to make some cards for all of the amiibo that give you a costume inside Super Mario Odyssey. The same way you made for Breath of the Wild.

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    30th Anniversary: 8 Bit - Classic Color, in the same style that you made the "Zelda 30th Anniversary Amiibo Cards"
    Super Smash Bros.: Diddy Kong, Dr. Mario, Luigi, Wario, Waluigi, in the same style that you made the "Smash Series Amiibo Cards"
    Mario Party: Gold Mario, Silver Mario, For these you don't have an existing template from what I can tell.
     
  8. Random11
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    oh you just want the normal cards. Ok, you said variant so I thought you meant like a mario odyssey themed gold mario.

    Anyway, as for making those cards normally, I wasnt planning on it... but Ill think about it.
     
  9. Wavorly

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    I could try making them myself, but I'm not sure where you are getting the box art without the characters on them. Or are you remaking them from scratch?
     
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    With the exception of the smash one (which I got from here) Ive made them by scratch.
     
  11. Wavorly

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    Cool. He seems to have a Super Mario template as well.
    Now I only need to make a 30th anniversary background.
     
  12. mistic100

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    I remade all my cards on http://www.makeplayingcards.com
    Each card is two poker sized laminated cards glued with the NFC tag in between. I also ordered a plastic case with the logo printed on it.

    Much better quality than the first ones printed on photo paper and roughtly cut.

    [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  13. simbin

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    Just sayin... ;)

    mario cereal card front v0. mario odyssey card back v2.
     
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    I wanted to buy more NTAG215 tags and wanted to know if this and this seller are good/recommend to buy from. I don't have the Power save application or the reader that came with it so I can't rewrite my powertag (I only wanted to rewrite it once since I used the wrong amiibo file- wanted to use the Majora's Mask spoof that would give me all equipment) plus I didn't want it to break/not read anymore (after having it for months now, I finally started using it).
     
  15. Frexxos

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    I finally finished my 48 Cards! They are working perfektliy and are looking very nice. Thanks again for all the perfect tutorials, like scribus and the templates!
    Awesome Job! Here some Pictures. I think i gonna laminate them for more stability.
    IMG-20180104-WA0000. IMG-20180104-WA0003. IMG-20180104-WA0005. IMG-20180104-WA0007.
     
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  16. GreatZimkogway

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    Do you have an exact way you modified the cards CompC made to fit properly on MPC? All of yours fit perfectly without modification, I'm trying to figure out the easiest way to fix all of CompC's card arts.
     
  17. Katcher

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    What should I be using to print the cards out onto in the way shown in the cutting guide? And how will I know if my Epson XP-305 can print on whatever it is I need?
     
  18. Frexxos

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    go to the first page. There are two links

    install "scribus" and use the attached "scribus script". Then you only have to drag and drop the files. Its absolute easy and works like a charm!
    There is also a PDF where you can see a step for step instruction how to cut the cards.

    I personally recommend a device like this for cutting (worked best for me):
    snider.
     
  19. Katcher

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    Not what I meant but thanks for the recommendation on the cutting tool. I meant the type of paper I should use and if I can use it with the printer I have. I have the PDF's made just sitting ready for printing.
     
  20. Frexxos

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    ah now I understand.

    I printed on a laser printer with 120 g/m² glossy paper(only the printed side was glossy.
    But just try it out. Some printers dont like "thick" paper or can't handle it.
    I tried for myself a few different papers. and the 120g/m² worked best for me.
     
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