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The '''Pokémon Yellow reverse badge acquisition no underflow route''' combines the already-niche goal of "reverse badge acquisition" with the restriction of not allowing [[Item underflow glitch (disambiguation)|item underflow]]. "Reverse badge acquisition" routes require the player to first receive the Earth Badge, followed by the Volcano Badge, and then finally work back to the Boulder Badge, followed by defeating the Elite Four and entering the Hall of Fame. As with many speedrun routes, it begins with an application of [[luck manipulation]] for the player's Trainer ID. It then proceeds to use a series of other manipulations and then corrupt the item pack to receive [[https://glitchcity.info/wiki/ItemDex/Y:142|Y:142]] to "[[https://glitchcity.info/wiki/ItemDex/Y:177|Jack]] through walls" (see [[Rival's effect]]), and also [[https://glitchcity.info/wiki/ItemDex/Y:091|6F]] to activate the [[Rival LOL glitch]] to capture a very powerful Jynx, later to be joined by a Pidgey to defeat every trainer necessary in order without ever using item underflow.
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The '''Pokémon Yellow reverse badge acquisition no underflow route''' combines the already-niche goal of "reverse badge acquisition" with the restriction of not allowing [[Item underflow glitch (disambiguation)|item underflow]]. "Reverse badge acquisition" routes require the player to first receive the Earth Badge, followed by the Volcano Badge, and then finally work back to the Boulder Badge, followed by defeating the Elite Four and entering the Hall of Fame. As with many speedrun routes, it begins with an application of [[luck manipulation]] for the player's Trainer ID. It then proceeds to use a series of other manipulations and then corrupt the item pack to receive [[ItemDex/Y:142|Y:142]] to "[[ItemDex/Y:177|Jack]] through walls" (see [[Rival's effect]]), and also [[ItemDex/Y:091|6F]] to activate the [[Rival LOL glitch]] to capture a very powerful Jynx, later to be joined by a Pidgey to defeat every trainer necessary in order without ever using item underflow.
  
  

Revision as of 15:44, 23 March 2019

The Pokémon Yellow reverse badge acquisition no underflow route combines the already-niche goal of "reverse badge acquisition" with the restriction of not allowing item underflow. "Reverse badge acquisition" routes require the player to first receive the Earth Badge, followed by the Volcano Badge, and then finally work back to the Boulder Badge, followed by defeating the Elite Four and entering the Hall of Fame. As with many speedrun routes, it begins with an application of luck manipulation for the player's Trainer ID. It then proceeds to use a series of other manipulations and then corrupt the item pack to receive Y:142 to "Jack through walls" (see Rival's effect), and also 6F to activate the Rival LOL glitch to capture a very powerful Jynx, later to be joined by a Pidgey to defeat every trainer necessary in order without ever using item underflow.


REFERENCES:

https://pastebin.com/XScRtwTr

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Cr3N9Saqao

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Intro

   - TID Manip: (Fastest intro, oakreset, Fastest intro w/1 backout, oakreset, Fastest intro)

- yellow_gfskip_intro0_title_newgame_oakreset - _gfskip_intro0_title_backout_title_newgame_oakreset - _gfskip_intro0_title_newgame: 0xC5E6 (50662) ; TID manip puts HM02 and TM30 in Pewter glitch mart

   - Choose 1 char player name ("A")
   - Rival name: BLUE (pre-set)

- Set options in-game to Fast/Off/Set (fast options works, but Earphone3 xux)

   - Don't nickname Pikachu

Rival 1

   - Thundershock x3-5 (winning or losing doesn't matter)

Parcel Quest

   - Remember to hold B to walk through Pikachu

- Run from all encounters - Go behind Oak when delivering parcel

Viridian Mart - Buy Poke Ball x5-8 (you need at least $1400, and 1+ balls after catching Pidgey)

Backtrack to Route 1 to catch a Pidgey (run from Rattatas) - NOTE: Corner bonk between the ledge and Pikachu for style points - Immediately chuck balls at L2-L4 Pidgeys - Thundershock L5-L7 Pidgeys before catching - Give Pidgey a 1 char nickname ("A")

Viridian Center - Deposit Pikachu, then heal to set warp point - Watch Old Man catching tutorial, then head to Route 2

Forest Manip - Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i7nsKFPs190 - End of manip is different from YNSC ("A" vs "ASH" affects the manip after picking up Potion)

Deathfly Manip - Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DoPt1pxHPTo - Same as YNSC

THE Manip - Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DonALfmjZOk - Same as YNSC; backup options for wrong NPC movement without needing to re-save: - UP/RIGHT = U11, R2, U3 (A @ U8/U10/R1) - DOWN/LEFT = U13, R2, U1 (A @ U1/U9/R1) STANDARD = U13, R2, U1 (A @ U8/U10/R1)

Forest Mart - Buy: - Max Repel x1 - Bicycle x23 - Bicycle x91 - 6F x7 - Surfboard x1 - Master Ball x99 - TMTRAINER x1

Route 2 - Swap Poke Ball with bottom Bicycle, get on Bike - Bike to jack tile (http://extratricky.com/pokeworld/rb/1#60,142) and turn to face left (moving left one tile is fine) - Pretend to use TMTRAINER, skip over boulders, flash party ("unjack") - Pick up HP Up (skip jingle if not slow) - Go through gate and WALK to next jack tile (http://extratricky.com/pokeworld/rb/1#68,113 -- this jack softlocks if on bike) - Pretend to use TMTRAINER, go up 1 tile and buffer menu (internal direction changes to UP if buffered) - Swap HP Up with Potion - Use HP Up but backout on party screen ("medicine re-jack") - Bike past Diglett's Cave to other side of r2, unjack - Grind for an encounter in grass - Use 6F, open menu, flash party, close menu, bike to Pokemon Center and heal - Walk to tile (http://extratricky.com/pokeworld/rb/1#57,78) and flash items, continue walking to Pewter Mart

Pewter Mart - Sell: - TMTRAINER x2 - Master Ball x3 - Buy: - Jack x1 - Ether x99 - HM02 x1 (with TM30 on bottom of screen, which ensures cost is $1000) - TM30 x2 - Close glitched mart, then re-open unglitched mart - Buy: - Burn Heal x99 - Escape Rope x2 - Awakening x1 - Antidote x99 - Antidote x99 - Antidote x1

Jynx/BTW - Walk to Museum, go upstairs to Jynx tile - Pretend to use TMTRAINER, catch Jynx with Master Ball, nickname 1 char ("J") - Flash party (to get out of jack state), swap Jynx and Pidgey - Exit museum and head to Brock fan jack tile (http://extratricky.com/pokeworld/rb/1#72,66) - Use Burn Heal to heal Jynx's status, swap Jack with Poke Ball, use Jack - Go to tile above Brock fan, talk to him without unjacking (!) - Brock thru Walls to Viridian Gym (fastest to go straight down, then left at the end)

> NOTE: This particular BTW method relies on an 0F23 setup in items.

   	- Specifically, starting from an odd slot, the order must be:  [item] x15 | HP Up x1 | <Max Repel/Bicycle>

Giovanni - IP, BZ, IP, IP, IP

Before exiting gym - Use Max Repel - Pick up Revive (~0.2s faster than combining Max Repel and Bike menus and getting TM38 from Blaine)

After exiting gym - Bike to Pallet - Use Surfboard and surf to Cinnabar

Blaine - BZ, BZ, BZ+IP

   - NOTE: Don't Ether during fight if out of Blizzards, since that causes instant victory (b&). Use Ice Punches instead.

Menu after Blaine - Ether on Blizzard - Teach Fly to Pidgey - Teach Teleport to Jynx (over Thrash) - Use Burn Heal if burned - Escape Rope to Pewter

Brock thru Walls - Bike to house near Brock fan and enter/exit - Brock thru Walls to r23 - Walk up until Indigo Plateau map loads, then Teleport to Pewter - Brock thru Walls to Saffron Gym (still in BTW state after Teleporting)

Sabrina - BS, BZ, BZ

> Heal in Celadon Center

Koga - IP, IP, IP, BZ

> Teleport to Celadon

Erika - IP, BS, IP

> Teleport to Celadon

Surge - IP

> Fly to Cerulean, walk to Misty's gym, use Surfboard on left side of gym to surf to Misty

Misty - BS, BS

> Fly to Pewter

Brock - IP, IP

> Fly to Indigo, skip E4+Champ, go immediately to HOF