I put together a tool to make editing supports in Fire Emblem Fates easier. With it, adding in new supports is as simple as selecting your characters and hitting a button. You can also change existing supports between romantic and platonic fairly easily. Additionally, the editor provides support for giving supports to characters who had none previously (like named boss characters). You'll need additional tools for this since you have to edit character blocks, but a full tutorial on the process is included in the Readme file. While the program is available to use right now, consider the current release a beta. It's not perfectly stable at the moment - if you plan on using it, expect to run into a couple of crashes. If you do encounter any bugs or crashes, please report them to me - I would like to get the program to a point where they aren't a big issue. Look at the troubleshooting section for more information on reporting issues. As a side note, you will need .NET Framework 4.5.2 or higher to run this program. Current Features: View all characters with supports and their support options. Change the type of existing supports. Add in new supports between characters. Give characters who had no supports previously (like named boss characters) the ability to support with other units. Download: https://www.mediafire.com/?c8clkqz38908ker Updates Version 1.01 Redid the GUI to make things a little more compact, added a utilities tab. Added functionality for expanding both modded and unmodded GameData.bin files. Added a prompter to show how much space is left for characters in the main support table. Fixed a couple of bugs and crashes. Version 1 Initial Release Hotfix: Fixed data file issues with adding new characters. Troubleshooting: As mentioned previously, this tool is in its early stages - bugs and crashes are definitely possible at the moment. If you want to help get the tool to a point where its more stable, report any issues you encounter. In order to make the issue easier to analyze, it would be best to submit a couple extra pieces of information with a crash report. First, mention everything you did up to the point of the crash or bug - this will make it easier to reproduce. Afterwards, open up the "Supports.xml" file that comes with the program and copy the text. Include that text in a spoiler with your report. Thank you!