Hacking Hyrule Warriors save editing

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Since the 5.5.1 exploit came out I've started poking at the save files for Hyrule Warriors. I'm not planning on making an editor but I thought I'd dump what I've got here for people with the basic hex editor know-how to use.
  • There's no checksum - edit at will
  • All data is stored big-endian (this is the opposite of the 3DS save file)
  • Keep backups.
  • This is from the EUR version. Assuming the situation is the same as the 3DS locale doesn't matter.

Important note for injecting your save file with Saviine.
Your APP.BIN file must be be stored under
saviine_root\inject\[hyrule warriors id]\[user id]\ProjectZ-SAVEDATA\APP.BIN
If you do not have the ProjectZ-SAVEDATA folder Hyrule Warriors will be unable to load the newly injected save.

@marc_max has made an editor that can apply most of this stuff without needing a hex editor.
Hyrule Warriors [Wii] save editor.
Reminder — the max EXP value for a character is: 12842457
The easiest way to level to 255 is to set their EXP to that and play a level with the character. The first time you kill something the game will level you up correctly, do not quit the level early or you'll lose both the new level, and the EXP value will not be at the maximum any more.

Code:
Rupees
0x14C (4 bytes) [Max 9999999 | 98 96 7F]
Code:
##Materials
    0x13D2C - 0x13DC4 (2 bytes) [Max 999 | 03 E7 ]
0x13D2C - Metal Plate
0x13D2E - Monster Tooth
0x13D30 - Old Rag
0x13D32 - Soldier's Uniform
0x13D34 - Rock
0x13D36 - Aeralfos Leather
0x13D38 - Fiery Aeralfos Leather
0x13D3A - Gibdo Bandage
0x13D3C - ReDead Bandage
0x13D3E - Lizalfos Scale
0x13D40 - Dinolfos Fang
0x13D42 - Moblin Flank
0x13D44 - Shield-Moblin Helmet
0x13D46 - Piece of Darknut Armor
0x13D48 - Stalmaster Wrist Bone
0x13D4A - Big Poe Necklace
0x13D4C - Essence of Icy Big Poe
0x13D4E - Hylian Captain Gauntlet
0x13D50 - Goron Armor Breastplate
0x13D52 - Ganon's Mane
0x13D54 - King Dodongo's Claws
0x13D56 - Gohma's Acid
0x13D58 - Manhandla's Toxic Dust
0x13D5A - Argorok's Embers
0x13D5C - The Imprisoned's Scales
0x13D5E - Cia's Bracelet
0x13D60 - Volga's Helmet
0x13D62 - Wizzro's Robe
0x13D64 - Link's Boots
0x13D66 - Lana's Hair Clip
0x13D68 - Zelda's Brooch
0x13D6A - Impa's Hair Band
0x13D6C - Ganondorf's Gauntlet
0x13D6E - Sheik's Kunai
0x13D70 - Darunia's Spikes
0x13D72 - Ruto's Earrings
0x13D74 - Agitha's Basket
0x13D76 - Midna's Hair
0x13D78 - Fi's Heels
0x13D7A - Ghirahim's Sash
0x13D7C - Zant's Magic Gem
0x13D7E - Round Aeralfos Shield
0x13D80 - Fiery Aeralfos Wing
0x13D82 - Heavy Gibdo Sword
0x13D84 - ReDead Knight Ashes
0x13D86 - Lizalfos Gauntlet
0x13D88 - Dinolfos Arm Guard
0x13D8A - Moblin Spear
0x13D8C - Metal Moblin Shield
0x13D8E - Large Darknut Sword
0x13D90 - Stalmaster's Skull
0x13D92 - Big Poe's Lantern
0x13D94 - Icy Big Poe's Talisman
0x13D96 - Holy Hylian Shield
0x13D98 - Thick Goron Helmet
0x13D9A - Ganon's Fang
0x13D9C - King Dodongo's Crystal
0x13D9E - Gohma's Lens
0x13DA0 - Manhandla's Sapling
0x13DA2 - Argorok's Stone
0x13DA4 - The Imprisoned's Pillar
0x13DA6 - Cia's Staff
0x13DA8 - Volga's Dragon Spear
0x13DAA - Wizzro's Ring
0x13DAC - Link's Scarf
0x13DAE - Lana's Cloak
0x13DB0 - Zelda's Tiara
0x13DB2 - Impa's Breastplate
0x13DB4 - Ganondorf's Jewel
0x13DB6 - Sheik's Turban
0x13DB8 - Darunia's Bracelet
0x13DBA - Ruto's Scale
0x13DBC - Agitha's Pendant
0x13DBE - Midna's Fused Shadow
0x13DC0 - Fi's Crystal
0x13DC2 - Ghirahim's Cape
0x13DC4 - Zant's Helmet
Code:
##Materials Discovered Bitmasks
1: 0x13E2C (4 bytes) [FF FF FF FF]
2: 0x13E30 (4 bytes) [FF FF FF FF]
3: 0x13E34 (4 bytes) [FF 1F 00 00]
(Set to the values in in brackets to 'discover' all materials — i.e. when crafting badges they won't be shown as ????????)
Code:
##Character Info
EXP Max:  12842457 | 00 C3 F5 D9
(Set exp to this (or one less) and then complete a level as the character to level up 'properly' gaining the correct damage/hearts)

Take offset below then add this offset for each property per-character.
0x00 (2 Bytes) Damage [Max unknown]
0x07 (1 Byte) Level (Zero-based — 0 == Level 1)
0x08 (4 bytes) Experience

Link            0x8C184
Zelda           0x8C1BC
Sheik           0x8C1F4
Impa            0x8C22C
Ganondorf       0x8C264
Darunia         0x8C29C
Ruto            0x8C2D4
Agitha          0x8C30C
Midna           0x8C344
Fi              0x8C37C
Girahim         0x8C3B4
Zant            0x8C3EC
[Null]          0x8C424
Lana            0x8C45C

Cia             0x8CB24
Volga           0x8CB5C
Wizzro          0x8CB94
Twili Midna     0x8CBCC
Young Link      0x8CC04
Tingle          0x8CC3C
Ganon           0x8CC74
Cucco           0x8CCAC
Linkle          0x8CCE4
Skull Kid       0x8CD1C
Toon Link       0x8CD54
Tetra           0x8CD8C
King Daphnes    0x8CDC4
Medli           0x8CDFC
Marin           0x8CE34

Thanks to @Deathwing Zero and @fireguy85 for help with the Master Quest/Twilight/Termina items.
Code:
##Adventure Mode Items
Adventure Map
    0x141E8 - 0x141F3 (1 byte)
0x141E8 - Compass
0x141E9 - Bombs
0x141EA - Candle
0x141EB - Ladder
0x141EC - Power Bracelet
0x141ED - Water Bombs
0x141EE - Digging Mitts
0x141EF - Ice Arrows
0x141F0 - Raft
0x141F1 - Hookshot
0x141F2 - Recorder
0x141F3 - Goddess's Harp
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Master Quest Map
    0x19240 - 0x1924B (1 byte)
0x19240 - Compass
0x19241 - Bombs
0x19242 - Candle
0x19243 - Ladder
0x19244 - Power Bracelet
0x19245 - Water Bombs
0x19246 - Digging Mitts
0x19247 - Ice Arrows
0x19248 - Raft
0x19249 - Hookshot
0x1924A - Recorder
0x1924B - Goddess's Harp
——————————————————————————————————————————————————
Twilight Map
    0x1BA6C - 0x1BA6D (1 byte)
0x1BA6C - Compass
0x1BA6D - Bombs
    0x1BA71 - 0x1BA72 (1 byte)
0x1BA71 - Water Bombs
0x1BA72 - Digging Mitts
    0x1BA78 - 0x1BA7F (1 byte)
0x1BA78 - Lantern
0x1BA79 - Jar
0x1BA7A - Fishing Rod
0x1BA7B - Clawshot
0x1BA7C - Spinner
0x1BA7D - Ooccoo
0x1BA7E - Tears of Light
0x1BA7F - Tears of Twilight
——————————————————————————————————————————————————
Termina Map
    0x1E298 - 0x1E299 (1 byte)
0x1E298 - Compass
0x1E299 - Bombs
    0x1E29F (1 byte)
0x1E29F - Ice Arrows
    0x1E2AC - 0x1E2B4 (1 byte)
0x1E2AC - Song of Time
0x1E2AD - Inverted Song of Time
0x1E2AE - Deku Stick
0x1E2AF - Deku Mask
0x1E2B0 - Goron Mask
0x1E2B1 - Zora Mask
0x1E2B2 - Mask of Truth
0x1E2B3 - Majora's Mask
0x1E2B4 - Giant Summon
I haven't tested but I believe this byte controls the number of "Hours" remaining on the Termina map.
0x208B8 (1 byte)

Weapon Editing
Thanks to @link666 and @Ailuros27 in the 3DS thread for the structure
and to @ScarletKohaku for doing the weapon/skill ID work for the 3DS version.

A helpful spreadsheet and details on how to use it can be found here.
Code:
##Weapon Editing
Weapons begin at 0x8D74C
Each weapon is 76 (0x4C) bytes long
The last weapon starts at 0xA08C8 giving a total of 1030  weapon slots.

They are not grouped by weapon type. New weapons go into the first empty weapon
slot, deleting/fusing weapons leaves a hole with weapons either side.
The game therefore parses the entire list each time it tries to load weapons and
only shows ones relevant to the type selected — weapon swaps are not possible.

The structure is as follows:
WT 00 00 00 ID ID ID ID BP BP ST ST S1 S1 S1 S1 S2 S2 S2 S2 S3 S3 S3 S3 S4 S4 S4 S4 S5 S5 S5 S5 S6 S6 S6 S6 S7 S7 S7 S7 S8 S8 S8 S8 K1 K1 K1 K1 K2 K2 K2 K2 K3 K3 K3 K3 K4 K4 K4 K4 K5 K5 K5 K5 K6 K6 K6 K6 K7 K7 K7 K7 K8 K8 K8 K8
The default empty weapon slot looks like this:
00 00 00 00 FF FF FF FF 00 00 00 00 FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00

All values are big-endian which means in most cases the first 3 bytes of a
4 byte value will be 00. For example the Master Sword will have an ID of:
00 00 00 3D

WT = Weapon Type (1 byte)
ID = Weapon ID (4 bytes)
BP = Base Power (2 bytes)
ST = Stars (2 bytes)
S1 - S8 = Skill 1 - Skill 8 (4 bytes per skill)
K1 - K8 = KOs to Unlock Skill 1 - Skill 8 (4 bytes per skill)

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Weapon Type

00 - No Weapon
03 - Weapon
13 - Weapon with "Legendary" skill (locked or unlocked)
0B - Weapon with "Evil's Bane" skill (locked or unlocked) i.e. Master Sword.
02 - New weapon. This is a weapon that has been granted (maybe only by an
     Amiibo) since the last time the game checked the 10 weapon maximum. If you
     are over the 10 weapon limit at this check this weapon will be marked as
     "New". Once the check is complete the value will change to 0x03. There may
     be similar versions for the other weapon types (guessing: 12 and 0A
     respectively.) I have some tests to make on the matter but the value
     appears to be a bitmask so more esoteric combinations might be available.
————————————————————————————————————————————————
Weapon ID

00 - Knight's Sword (Link - Hylian Sword Level 1)
01 - White Sword (Link - Hylian Sword Level 2)
02 - Magical Sword (Link - Hylian Sword Level 3)
03 - Fire Rod (Link - Magic Rod Level 1)
04 - Prism Rod (Link - Magic Rod Level 2)
05 - Magical Rod (Link - Magic Rod Level 3)
06 - Great Fountain Fairy (Link - Great Fairy Level 1)
07 - Great Forest Fairy (Link - Great Fairy Level 2)
08 - Great Sky Fairy (Link - Great Fairy Level 3)
09 - Silver Gauntlets (Link - Gauntlets Level 1)
0A - Golden Gauntlets (Link - Gauntlets Level 2)
0B - Power Gloves (Link - Gauntlets Level 3)
0C - Spirit's Tome (Lana - Book of Sorcery Level 1)
0D - Sealing Tome (Lana - Book of Sorcery Level 2)
0E - Sorceress Tome (Lana - Book of Sorcery Level 3)
0F - Deku Spear (Lana - Spear Level 1)
10 - Kokiri Spear (Lana - Spear Level 2)
11 - Faron Spear (Lana - Spear Level 3)
12 - Gate of Time (Lana - Summoning Gate Level 1)
13 - Guardian's Gate (Lana - Summoning Gate Level 2)
14 - Gate of Souls (Lana - Summoning Gate Level 3)
15 - Polished Rapier (Zelda - Rapier Level 1)
16 - Glittering Rapier (Zelda - Rapier Level 2)
17 - Gleaming Rapier (Zelda - Rapier Level 3)
18 - Wind Waker (Zelda - Baton Level 1)
19 - Sacred Baton (Zelda - Baton Level 2)
1A - Glorious Baton (Zelda - Baton Level 3)
1B - Giant's Knife (Impa - Giant Blade Level 1)
1C - Biggoron's Knife (Impa - Giant Blade Level 2)
1D - Biggoron's Sword (Impa - Giant Blade Level 3)
1E - Guardian Naginata (Impa - Naginata Level 1)
1F - Scorching Naginata (Impa - Naginata Level 2)
20 - Sheikah Naginata (Impa - Naginata Level 3)
21 - Swords of Despair (Ganondorf - Great Swords Level 1)
22 - Swords of Darkness (Ganondorf - Great Swords Level 2)
23 - Swords of Demise (Ganondorf - Great Swords Level 3)
24 - Goddess's Harp (Shiek - Harp Level 1)
25 - Typhoon Harp (Shiek - Harp Level 2)
26 - Triforce Harp (Shiek - Harp Level 3)
27 - Magic Hammer (Darunia - Hammer Level 1)
28 - Igneous Hammer (Darunia - Hammer Level 2)
29 - Megaton Hammer (Darunia - Hammer Level 3)
2A - Silver Scale (Ruto - Zora Scale Level 1)
2B - Golden Scale (Ruto - Zora Scale Level 2)
2C - Water Dragon Scale (Ruto - Zora Scale Level 3)
2D - Butterfly Parasol (Agitha - Parasol Level 1)
2E - Luna Parasol (Agitha - Parasol Level 2)
2F - Princess Parasol (Agitha - Parasol Level 3)
30 - Cursed Shackle (Midna - Shackle Level 1)
31 - Twilight Shackle (Midna - Shackle Level 2)
32 - Sol Shackle (Midna - Shackle Level 3)
33 - Goddess Sword (Fi - Goddess Blade Level 1)
34 - Goddess Longsword (Fi - Goddess Blade Level 2)
35 - True Goddess Blade (Fi - Goddess Blade Level 3)
36 - Demon Tribe Sword (Ghirahim - Demon Blade Level 1)
37 - Demon Longsword (Ghirahim - Demon Blade Level 2)
38 - True Demon Blade (Ghirahim - Demon Blade Level 3)
39 - Usurper's Scimitars (Zant - Scimitars Level 1)
3A - Shadow Scimitars (Zant - Scimitars Level 2)
3B - Scimitars of Twilight (Zant - Scimitars Level 2)
3C - [unknown weapon]
3D - Master Sword (Link - Master Sword)
3E - 8-Bit Wooden Sword (Link - Hylian Sword Level 3)
3F - 8-Bit Candle (Link - Magic Rod Level 3)
40 - 8-Bit Fairy (Link - Great Fairy Level 3)
41 - 8-Bit Power Bracelets (Link - Gauntlets Level 3)
42 - 8-Bit Book of Magic (Lana - Book of Sorcery Level 3)
43 - 8-Bit Magical Rod? (Lana - Spear Level 3)
44 - 8-Bit Compass (Lana - Summoning Gate Level 3)
45 - 8-Bit White Sword? (Zelda - Rapier Level 3)
46 - 8-Bit Recorder (Zelda - Baton Level 3)
47 - 8-Bit Boomerang? (Impa - Giant Blade Level 3)
48 - 8-Bit Magical Sword? (Impa - Naginata Level 3)
49 - 8-Bit Magical Keys (Ganondorf - Great Swords Level 3)
4A - 8-Bit Stepladder (Shiek - Harp Level 3)
4B - 8-Bit Food (Darunia - Hammer Level 3)
4C - 8-Bit Clock (Ruto - Zora Scale Level 3)
4D - 8-Bit Rupee (Agitha - Parasol Level 3)
4E - 8-Bit Red Ring (Midna - Shackle Level 3)
4F - 8-Bit Silver Arrow (Fi - Goddess Blade Level 3)
50 - 8-Bit Arrow (Ghirahim - Demon Blade Level 3)
51 - 8-Bit Magic Boomerangs (Zant - Scimitars Level 3)
52 - Scepter of Time (Cia - Scepter Level 1)
53 - Guardian's Scepter (Cia - Scepter Level 2)
54 - Scepter of Souls (Cia - Scepter Level 3)
55 - Dragonbone Pike (Volga - Dragon Spear Level 1)
56 - Stonecleaver Claw (Volga - Dragon Spear Level 2)
57 - Flesh-Render Fang (Volga - Dragon Spear Level 3)
58 - Blue Ring (Wizzro - Ring Level 1)
59 - Red Ring (Wizzro - Ring Level 2)
5A - Magical Ring (Wizzro - Ring Level 3)
5B - Epona (Link - Horse Level 1)
5C - Twilight Epona (Link - Horse Level 2)
5D - Epona of Time (Link - Horse Level 3)
5E - Mirror of Shadows (Twili Midna - Mirror Level 1)
5F - Mirror of Silence (Twili Midna - Mirror Level 2)
60 - Mirror of Twilight (Twili Midna - Mirror Level 3)
61 - Ancient Spinner (Link - Spinner Level 1)
62 - Enhanced Spinner (Link - Spinner Level 2)
63 - Triforce Spinner (Link - Spinner Level 3)
64 - Old Dominion Rod (Zelda - Dominion Rod Level 1)
65 - High Dominion Rod (Zelda - Dominion Rod Level 2)
66 - Royal Dominion Rod (Zelda - Dominion Rod Level 3)
67 - Fierce Deity Mask (Young Link - Mask Level 1)
68 - Furious Deity Mask (Young Link - Mask Level 2)
69 - Vengeful Deity Mask (Young Link - Mask Level 3)
6A - Rosy Balloon (Tingle - Balloon Level 1)
6B - Love-Filled Balloon (Tingle - Balloon Level 2)
6C - Mr. Fairy Balloon (Tingle - Balloon Level 3)
6D - Ganon's Rage (Ganon) — this is not an true weapon but is tied to the
     Ganon challenge missions. May be randomly gifted from Amiibos but will not be visible anywhere.
6E - Cucco's Spirit (Cucco) — this is not an actual weapon but is tied to the
     Cucco challenge missions. May be randomly gifted from Amiibos but will not be visible anywhere.
6F - Thief's Trident (Ganondorf - Trident Level 1)
70 - King of Evil Trident (Ganondorf - Trident Level 2)
71 - Trident of Demise (Ganondorf - Trident Level 3)
72 - Simple Crossbows (Linkle - Crossbows Level 1)
73 - Hylian Crossbows (Linkle - Crossbows Level 2)
74 - Legend's Crossbows (Linkle - Crossbows Level 3)
75 - Fairy Ocarina (Skull Kid - Ocarina Level 1)
76 - Lunar Ocarina (Skull Kid - Ocarina Level 2)
77 - Majora's Ocarina (Skull Kid - Ocarina Level 3)
78 - Hero's Sword (Toon Link - Light Sword Level 1)
79 - Phantom Sword (Toon Link - Light Sword Level 2)
7A - Lokomo Sword (Toon Link - Light Sword Level 3)
7B - Pirate Cutlass (Tetra - Cutlass Level 1)
7C - Jeweled Cutlass (Tetra - Cutlass Level 2)
7D - Regal Cutlass (Tetra - Cutlass Level 3)
7E - Windfall Sail (King Daphnes - Sail Level 1)
7F - Swift Sail (King Daphnes - Sail Level 2)
80 - Sail of Red Lions (King Daphnes - Sail Level 3)
81 - Sacred Harp (Medli - Rito Harp Level 1)
82 - Earth God's Harp (Medli - Rito Harp Level 2)
83 - Din's Harp (Medli - Rito Harp Level 3)
84 - Sea Lily's Bell (Marin - Bell Level 1)
85 - Wavelet Bell (Marin - Bell Level 2)
86 - Awakening Bell (Marin - Bell Level 3)
87 - Winged Boots (Linkle - Boots Level 1)
88 - Roc Boots (Linkle - Boots Level 2)
89 - Pegasus Boots (Linkle - Boots Level 3)
————————————————————————————————————————————————
Base Power

This can be any 2 byte value, but it's unknown how well the game processes
non-standard base powers

Level 1: 00 50 (80)
Level 2: 00 96 (150)
Level 3: 01 18 (280)
Master Sword: 01 2C (300)
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Stars

A value from 00-05 indicating how many stars the weapon has.
Each star adds an additional 10% of the base power to the damage value.
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Skills

For each slot the value is either FF FF FF FF for a non-existant slot
or one of the following:
00 - (Blank)
01 - Strong Att.+
02 - Strength II
03 - Strength III
04 - Strength IV
05 - Strength V
06 - Strength VI
07 - Fire+
08 - Water+
09 - Lightning+
0A - Light+
0B - Darkness+
0C - VS Legend
0D - VS Time
0E - VS Twilight
0F - VS Skyward
10 - VS Sorceress
11 - VS Beast
12 - VS Dragon
13 - VS Undead
14 - VS Soldier
15 - VS Ganon
16 - EXP+
17 - Rupees+
18 - Materials+
19 - Slots+
1A - Stars+
1B - Hearts+
1C - Health+
1D - Special+
1E - Bombs+
1F - Arrows+
20 - Boomerang+
21 - Hookshot+
22 - One-Hit Kill
23 - Sturdy Feet
24 - Regen
25 - Defenseless
26 - No Healing
27 - Adversity
28 - Compatriot
29 - Evil's Bane
2A - Legendary
2B - Special Attack+
2C - Finishing Blow+
2D - Regular Attack+
2E - Heart-strong
2F - Focus Spirit+
30 - Hasty Attacks
————————————————————————————————————————————————
KOs to unlock

This is just a hexadecimal number tracking the remaining KOs needed to unlock
the skill. If it is 00 the skill is already unlocked. Setting to 00 Will not
unseal Legendary/Evil's Bane but will still alter the KOs needed.
See here for a more detailed explantion of the Weapon Type value.
Code:
##Missable Tutorial
0x2814D
As far as known the only thing missable for 100% completion is a single tutorial
"Giant Bosses" is only unlocked when King Dodongo reaches West Field Keep the
first time you play the first mission. If you defeat him before that point
the level will complete and you will forever be unable to trigger that tutorial

The bytes in this region seem to hold a series of bitmasks which flag the
tutorials you have/have not seen. This byte holds the information for
"Giant Bosses".

You need to add 0x10 to the existing value.

For example, working from the same clean save and completing the first level
gave
0x02 when the tutorial had been missed.
and
0x12 when the tutorial was not missed.

My normal save had a value of
0x2B
Adding 0x10 to this to give me
0x3B
Successfully unlocked the "Giant Bosses" tutorial

You can view tutorials on the pre-mission information page
(i.e. the last thing page you see before choosing start mission)

And for anyone curious, it does not appear to be missable on the 3DS version

Code:
##Medal - Everyone's Hero
0x13F20 (4 Bytes)

00 00 01 F3 = 499
(i.e. one short of 500 target)

##Medal - Big Bro
0x13F38 (4 Bytes)
00 00 00 0A = 10
Complete any one mission, might have to be an adventure mode mission,
and the badge will be awarded.

##Medal - amiibo Warriors
0x13F58 (4 Bytes)
00 00 00 64 = 100
Complete a mission and it should get awarded.

N.b. it's likely the progress of other badges is tracked in roughly this same region.
 
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You mean the adventure mode items? The 3DS editor that's been made only lets you set them to 5, I don't actually know why that's the case and whether there'd be implications on either system for setting them higher.

Try it (backups!) and post the results here. Especially if it successfully displays more than 5 what happens when you use one?
 
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This is the wrong thread to be looking in for free DLC. I doubt save editing would enable that and I won't be looking in the file for it anyway.
 

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I have a challenge for you.

Location for where the tutorial entries are flagged as "learned". IIRC, there's one missable entry, which is the Big Bosses one.

And there's one lesser known thing that really nobody cares about except for me:

Each time you upgrade a character's combo skill, there's actually a flag for when the game displays "New!" or something in the Combo List menu. Upon opening that Combo List in the pre-start menu of a map, it'll make it go away.

When I'm home I can talk more about it, but basically what I've been doing since I started the game, each time I get one of those combo badges, I'd load up a map, go to "Combo List" to make the flag disappear lol. I would do this every time I upgraded the combos lol. I was really anal about it for some reason.
 

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You mean the adventure mode items? The 3DS editor that's been made only lets you set them to 5, I don't actually know why that's the case and whether there'd be implications on either system for setting them higher.

Try it (backups!) and post the results here. Especially if it successfully displays more than 5 what happens when you use one?
It's like that because 5 is the maximum you can carry. Setting it higher will work but it's pointless to set it above 6. If you set it to any number between 7 and 255 it will reduce the amount to 5 as soon as you use one.
Hmm gonna play with this later. To max out the items is it FF like the 3ds?
Depends on what you're maxing out. Materials max out at 999 so that would be 03E7.
 

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I have a challenge for you.

Location for where the tutorial entries are flagged as "learned". IIRC, there's one missable entry, which is the Big Bosses one.
That's actually on my todo list! I missed it too… granted I can see it on the 3DS where it's not missable.
 

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I'm not expecting this to be crafted into a save editor but has anyone discovered the addresses so weapons can be edited? Been asking around and I cant tell if anyone has found it.
 

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I'm not expecting this to be crafted into a save editor but has anyone discovered the addresses so weapons can be edited? Been asking around and I cant tell if anyone has found it.
I'm dumping my save file right now so I have something current to look at, and will continue with that once I get the memory addresses sorted out.

**EDIT**
Weapon data begins at 0x8D750. Use @ScarletKohaku's pastebin for weapon information. I ask you don't mess with stuff you don't know until I have confirmed if the structure is the same as the 3DS version. I do not know if any of the new skills made it to the Wii U version, but I do not believe they have. There are also level 4 weapons in the 3DS version which I do not believe exist in the Wii U version. I'll confirm all this and update this post in a little bit.

**EDIT 2**
Finished. As expected, the data is infact different due to the Wii U using Big Endian rather than Little Endian. As I did in the 3DS thread, I'll post and image here of the relevant data.

Td2pu3M.png]


Anything in red is stuff I changed for clarity.

Data Structure is as follows:
00 00 00 36 = weapon ID (Ghirrahim Demon Blade leve 1)
00 50 = Weapon Base Strength
00 01 = Weapon Stars
11 11 11 11 = Slot 1 Information (00 00 00 03 = Strength 3)
22 22 22 22 = Slot 2
33 33 33 33 = Slot 3
44 44 44 44 = Slot 4
55 55 55 55 = Slot 5
66 66 66 66 = Slot 6
77 77 77 77 = Slot 7
88 88 88 88 = Slot 8
99 99 99 99 = Kills to Unlock Slot 1
AA AA AA AA = Kills to Unlock Slot 2
BB BB BB BB = Kills to Unlock Slot 3
CC CC CC CC = Kills to Unlock Slot 4
DD DD DD DD = Kills to Unlock Slot 5
EE EE EE EE = Kills to Unlock Slot 6
FF FF FF FF = Kills to Unlock Slot 7
10 10 10 10 = Kills to Unlock Slot 8
03 00 00 00 = Weapon Identifier (See Pastebin)

It looks like some new skills didn't make it to the game. Of the ones I tested, Food+, Hammer+, VS Sea, Vs Termina did not make it into the game. It seems like the second Master Sword skill did make it however. I cannot confirm that though as I do not have all weapons unlocked yet, but I believe it works. Some of you may notice that Slots and Kill Requirements are now 32bit instead of 8 and 16bit. This would account for a fairly significant portion of the size difference between the 3DS and Wii U save files.
 
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I'm currently busy with some RL stuff but as soon as I'm done here I'll try this out myself and post how it goes. Thank you for your efforts, much appreciated sir.
 

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I'm dumping my save file right now so I have something current to look at, and will continue with that once I get the memory addresses sorted out.

**EDIT**
Weapon data begins at 0x8D750. Use @ScarletKohaku's pastebin for weapon information. I ask you don't mess with stuff you don't know until I have confirmed if the structure is the same as the 3DS version. I do not know if any of the new skills made it to the Wii U version, but I do not believe they have. There are also level 4 weapons in the 3DS version which I do not believe exist in the Wii U version. I'll confirm all this and update this post in a little bit.

**EDIT 2**
Finished. As expected, the data is infact different due to the Wii U using Big Endian rather than Little Endian. As I did in the 3DS thread, I'll post and image here of the relevant data.

Td2pu3M.png]


Anything in red is stuff I changed for clarity.

Data Structure is as follows:
00 00 00 36 = weapon ID (Ghirrahim Demon Blade leve 1)
00 50 = Weapon Base Strength
00 01 = Weapon Stars
11 11 11 11 = Slot 1 Information (00 00 00 03 = Strength 3)
22 22 22 22 = Slot 2
33 33 33 33 = Slot 3
44 44 44 44 = Slot 4
55 55 55 55 = Slot 5
66 66 66 66 = Slot 6
77 77 77 77 = Slot 7
88 88 88 88 = Slot 8
99 99 99 99 = Kills to Unlock Slot 1
AA AA AA AA = Kills to Unlock Slot 2
BB BB BB BB = Kills to Unlock Slot 3
CC CC CC CC = Kills to Unlock Slot 4
DD DD DD DD = Kills to Unlock Slot 5
EE EE EE EE = Kills to Unlock Slot 6
FF FF FF FF = Kills to Unlock Slot 7
10 10 10 10 = Kills to Unlock Slot 8
03 00 00 00 = Weapon Identifier (See Pastebin)

It looks like some new skills didn't make it to the game. Of the ones I tested, Food+, Hammer+, VS Sea, Vs Termina did not make it into the game. It seems like the second Master Sword skill did make it however. I cannot confirm that though as I do not have all weapons unlocked yet, but I believe it works. Some of you may notice that Slots and Kill Requirements are now 32bit instead of 8 and 16bit. This would account for a fairly significant portion of the size difference between the 3DS and Wii U save files.
Yay! I feel useful! I was going to look into the Wii U game but it turns out I left my copy at home, just my luck :') If there's anything of interest still not found when I go home and can play the game (the 20th), I'll have a look myself :3
 

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Erm... If anybody wants it, I could probably throw together a bad console save editor at some point this week. Won't be pretty but it should work and save you looking through your save via hex editing.
Please make a save editor. It takes too much time to level the characters up...
(1,500 hours and counting; the max I have right now is Link on Level 102)
 

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Please make a save editor. It takes too much time to level the characters up...
(1,500 hours and counting; the max I have right now is Link on Level 102)
If you know how to do basic hex editing, there's enough information in the first post to level your characters ^^

Edit: I tried quoting the relevant info but it went wrong ;o;
 

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Please make a save editor. It takes too much time to level the characters up...
(1,500 hours and counting; the max I have right now is Link on Level 102)
It's not cheating but I used link at the Twilight map and did the mission where you fight 15 dark Ganondorf a, if you use a light weapon, exp+, exp potion, and magic bonus you will get to lv 250 in less than 30 mins.

Afterwards you can buy everyone into 250 using training dojo and max rupee cheat.
 

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It's not cheating but I used link at the Twilight map and did the mission where you fight 15 dark Ganondorf a, if you use a light weapon, exp+, exp potion, and magic bonus you will get to lv 250 in less than 30 mins.

Afterwards you can buy everyone into 250 using training dojo and max rupee cheat.
Seriously? o.o I wish I knew that before >o<
 

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It's not cheating but I used link at the Twilight map and did the mission where you fight 15 dark Ganondorf a, if you use a light weapon, exp+, exp potion, and magic bonus you will get to lv 250 in less than 30 mins.

Afterwards you can buy everyone into 250 using training dojo and max rupee cheat.
Which node exactly?
 
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