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    « on: December 31, 2013, 10:18:47 PM »


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    Hyperbole and theatrics aside, how about one more mod to close off the year?



    The BrawlEx Expansion project is a mod that allows up to a maximum of 100 characters in the roster. Moreover, it allows you to customize everything about a particular character slot simply using a set of configuration files in the SD card.

    By default, BrawlEx doesn't actually change anything functional about the game. The original roster remains unchanged with their data in the exact order it is without the mod. However, BrawlEx both relocates and extends that data to make a total of 100 fighter slots, cosmetic slots, and CSS slots.

    For players who are only interested in using custom characters and don't want to deal with configuring individual characters, skip to the downloads section to download Nebulon's pre-made BrawlEx package. Additional packs can be downloaded from the Packs section in the Brawl Vault


    ExCharacter Slots

    ExCharacter Slots are a feature of BrawlEx that provides are a convenient way of adding new characters into the game. They range from character id 0x3F up to 0x63. These slots can be added to the Character Select Screen roster using either the BrawlEx CSS Expansion or the Custom CSS v3 code created by Spunit. By default, the ExSlots are empty meaning that if you try to load them from the CSS the game will crash. However, These slots may be easily configured by using BrawlEx' config loader.



    Config Files
    BrawlEx supports 4 types of config files for customizing character slots. Each config file is numbered according to which slot is modified. If a config file is not found, the slot will not be modified. Paths shown in the following sections are example files for ExSlot 3F.


    Fighter Config Files
    (FCFG, or FITC)

    Fighter Config files are the core of the character and determine which resources get loaded for the character as well as control various parameters for how the character behaves. FCFG files can be created and edited using the BrawlEx Config Utility.

    Example Path:
    SD:/private/wii/app/RSBE/pf/BrawlEx/FighterConfig/Fighter3F.dat

    File Format:
    Code:
    Fighter Config
    0x00 Tag ("FITC" or "FCFG")
    0x04 File Size (0x100)
    0x08 Version (2)
    0x0C Edit Flags

    0x10 Entry .Pac Color Flag
    0x11 Result .Pac Color Flag
    0x12 KirbyCopy .Pac Color Flag
    0x13 Character Load Flags
    0x14 **Final .Pac Color Flag
    0x16 Color .Pac Flags
    0x18 Entry Article Flag
    0x1C Sound Bank
    0x20 Kirby Sound Bank
    0x30 .Pac Resource String (0x30 chars)
    0x60 KirbyCopy .Pac Resource String (0x30 chars)
    0x90 Module Resource String (0x20 chars)
    0xB0 Internal Name (0x10 chars)
    0xC0 IC-Constants
    0xF8 Texture Load Function (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5)
    0xFC AI Controller (fighter Id)

    Edit Flags: None

    ** Version 2 Only.

    OpenSA documentation on Fighter Data


    Slot Config Files
    (SLTC)

    Slot Config files are a small auxiliary configuration file that may be used to place more than one fighter in a single character slot (e.g. Zelda/Sheik or PokemonTrainer). They also are connected to which victory fanfare plays for the character as well as which game record the character's play data is stored into.


    Example Path:
    SD:/private/wii/app/RSBE/pf/BrawlEx/SlotConfig/Slot3F.dat

    File Format:
    Code:

    Slot Config0x00 Tag ("SLTC")
    0x04 File Size (0x40)
    0x08 Version (2)
    0x0C Edit Level

    0x10 *Slot Characters (0x10 bytes)
    0x20 Victory Fanfare
    0x24 Record ID (0x1 byte)

    0x28 **Victory AnnouncerCall
    0x30 **Victory Camera Distances (0x10 bytes)

    Edit Flags:
    0x01: Set Slot Characters

    * Not set unless specified in Edit Flags.
    ** Version 2 Only.

    OpenSA documentation on Character Slots


    CSSSlot Config Files
    (CSSC)

    These files control some of the data for the icons that are shown in the Character Select Screen. In particular they control the Wii Remote sound effect played when selecting the character as well as which colors can be chosen for that character on the character select screen.

    Example Path:
    SD:/private/wii/app/RSBE/pf/BrawlEx/CSSSlotConfig/CSSSlot3F.dat

    File Format:
    Code:
    CSS Slot Config
    0x00 Tag ("CSSC")
    0x04 File Size (0x40)
    0x08 Version (2)
    0x0C Edit Flags

    0x10 *Primary Fighter
    0x11 *Secondary Fighter
    0x12 Record Slot
    0x13 *Cosmetic Slot
    0x14 Wiimote SFX
    0x18 Blank
    0x1C Status
    0x20 Slot Colors (0x20 bytes)

    Edit Flags:
    0x01: Set Primary Fighter, Secondary Fighter
    0x02: Set Cosmetic Slot

    * Not set unless specified in Edit Flags.


    OpenSA documentation on CSSSlot data


    Cosmetic Config Files
    (COSC)

    CosmeticConfig files control the data associated with displaying portrait data for the character as well as their franchise icon and announcer call. They also control the text-based name shown for the character on the victory screen.

    Example Path:
    SD:/private/wii/app/RSBE/pf/BrawlEx/CosmeticConfig/Cosmetic3F.dat

    File Format:
    Code:
    Cosmetic Config0x00 Tag ("COSC")
    0x04 File Size (0x40)
    0x08 Version (2)
    0x0C Edit Flags

    0x10 Cosmetic ID
    0x11 Unknown
    0x12 *Primary Character
    0x13 *Secondary Character
    0x14 Franchise
    0x15 Unknown3
    0x16 Unknown4
    0x17 Unknown5
    0x18 Announcer SFX
    0x1C Unknown6
    0x1D Unknown7
    0x1E Unknown8
    0x1F Unknown9
    0x20 Victory Name (0x20 chars)

    Edit Flags:
    0x01 Set Primary Character, Secondary Character

    * Not set unless specified in Edit Flags.

    OpenSA documentation on Cosmetic Slots



    Adding Characters Into Brawl

    To add characters into the game, you will need at the very least one FighterConfig file. FighterConfig files can be created and edited using the BrawlEx Config Utility. This example will guide you through how to make a clone character of Marth. Because Marth (id 11) will be our base character, go into the Config Templates directory of the BrawlEx package and open Fighter11.dat in the FighterConfig folder. The only thing we want to change in the file is the name which we will be changing to MarthEx.

    Once you have changed the name to MarthEx, save the file as Fighter3F.dat and add it into your SD card as directed in the FighterConfig section of this post. The file output shown at the bottom of the Config Utility will show you what files you need for your character as well as where to put them inside your patching directory. Once you have acquired either the original or modified Marth files and named them as directed, your copy of Marth is ready to be used.

    Additionally, we will also need Slot, CSSSlot, and Cosmetic config files for our copy of Marth. As we are just copying marth, we do not need to edit these files (right now, we can only modify them with a hex editor anyways). We will be using Slot13.dat, CSSSlot11.dat, and Cosmetic10.dat from the template directory renamed to Slot3F.dat, CSSSlot3F.dat, and Cosmetic3F.dat for our Marth clone.



    ExModules

    ExModules are one of the resources required for adding characters into Brawl. Before being used, a character's ExModule must be configured for the slot it is going to be used in. To do this, open the module using the Module Editor 3.3 and open up Section[8] in the memory viewer. Edit the first value in the section with the id of the ExSlot that the character will be using.

    It is also necessary to change the id of the module itself to avoid module reference conflicts. Each module used in the game at any time must be unique or the game will crash. Brawl already contains many modules, but module ids 0x8F and up are free for use. The module id can be changed by clicking on the root of the module tree and changing the id in the property window of the Module Editor.


    Customizing the Character Select Screen

    Once you have configured your character slots you will need to add them to the Character Select Screen. The BrawlEx CSS Expansion mod not only extends the maximum number of characters allowed in the roster up to 100, but it also provides a means for customizing the CSS roster. Adding a character to the roster is as simple as opening up CSSRoster.dat (provided in the BrawlEx CSS Expansion package) using the BrawlEx Config Utility and adding the CSS id of your new character to end of both lists.


    Spunit262's Custom CSS Code

    Before the BrawlEx CSS Expansion mod was developed, the most common way to add characters to the roster was to use the Custom CSS code. The Custom CSS code allows full customization of the Character Select Screen, but for the sake of simplicity, this example will use a prebuilt version of the code that contains the default Character Select Screen roster.

    Code:

    Custom CSS V3 [spunit262] (Default CSS)
    0668310C 00000030
    387E006C 3B600000
    3C808068 38840DE0
    7CBB20AE 7CA50775
    41800014 94A30004
    3B7B0001 2C1B0032
    4180FFE8 48000038
    04690338 48000068
    066900D8 00000008
    2C170028 41820168
    02680DE0 0022FFFF
    06680DE0 00000024 <----CSS Icon Count
    00010203 06070811
    12091A0E 1716131B
    21260D05 14101F25
    200B270C 15242218
    0A231929 00000000



    In order to add an id to the Character Select Screen - for this example 3F- replace the value of 29 at the end of the code with 3F and replace the next 00 byte to the right with 29 again. If you run out of zeroes on a line, simply add a new line and pad it with zeroes. Additionally, for every id you add, you will need to increase the CSS Icon Count value by 1.

    Below is the empty form of the Custom CSS code for people interested in creating their own Character Select Screen.

    Code:


    Custom CSS V3 [spunit262]
    0668310C 00000030
    387E006C 3B600000
    3C808068 38840DE0
    7CBB20AE 7CA50775
    41800014 94A30004
    3B7B0001 2C1B0032
    4180FFE8 48000038
    04690338 48000068
    066900d8 00000008
    2c170028 41820168
    02680DE0 0022FFFF
    06680DE0 000000YY <---- CSS Icon Count
    ZZZZZZZZ ZZZZZZZZ <---- Icon data

    Character Ids:
    ZZ
    00 Mario
    01 Donkey Kong
    02 Link
    03 Samus
    04 Zero Suit Samus
    05 Yoshi
    06 Kirby
    07 Fox
    08 Pikachu
    09 Luigi
    0A Captain Falcon
    0B Ness
    0C Bowser
    0D Peach
    0E Zelda
    0F Sheik
    10 Ice Climbers
    11 Marth
    12 Mr. Game & Watch
    13 Falco
    14 Ganondorf
    15 Wario
    16 Metaknight
    17 Pit
    18 Pikmin & Olimar
    19 Lucas
    1A Diddy Kong
    1B Pokemon Trainer
    1C Charizard
    1D Squirtle
    1E Venasaur
    1F Dedede
    20 Lucario
    21 Ike
    22 Robot
    23 Jigglypuff
    24 Toon Link
    25 Wolf
    26 Snake
    27 Sonic
    28 None
    29 Random

    3F+ ExCharacters




    Video Tutorials

    Video tutorials by Sammi-huskyEx
    Channel

    Regular Brawl:
    BrawlEx Clone Engine [tutorial] (vBrawl) step-by-step

    Brawl Minus:
    BrawlEX Clone Engine [tutorial] Step-By-Step

    Cosmetic Data:
    BrawlEx Custom CSP's and CSS icons [tutorial]

    BrawlEx BP's, RSP's, and Franchise Icons [tutorial]


    A Note On Config Slot Alignment

    There are 4 types of config files used by BrawlEx and likewise there are 4 types of configuration data used in the game. Any one character is capable of using any combination the ids associated with this data. In the example of Marth, his default configuration is Fighter11, Slot13, CSSlot11, and Cosmetic10. For the ExSlots – that is, slot ids 0x3F up to 0x63 – this data is aligned, so a character in slot 0x3F will use 0x3F for all of their configuration ids.

    This chart details the associations between config ids and characters.

    Fighter Data Chart



    Troubleshooting

    Note: Ensure you have your mod launcher's hook method set to AxNextFrame. This fixes many of the issues new users are known to have.

    New CSS Icons show up as Random and crash when highlighting them:
    If an icon is shown as Random and is not intended as the regular random icon, then the icon has not been mapped by BrawlEx. This could mean that BrawlEx is not running. Ensure that both the Module/bx_fighter.rel and System/Common2.pac files included in the BrawlEx package are in your patching directory.

    Icons periodically switch between proper icons and crashing Random icons between startups.
    If you are using GeckoOS or USBLoader GX and BrawlEx periodically fails to start, go into ensure that you have your launcher's hook method to AXNextFrame.

    New CSS Icons show up as Mario and crash when starting a match with them selected:
    If an icon shows up as Mario when it is not intended to, then the character slot has not been configured. This could mean that the wrong id has been assigned to the CSS Icon or the BrawlEx config files have been improperly named. Non-configured ExSlots will try to load resources of the pattern Fighter<id>Ex.pac by default. As those files do not exist in the game, they are intended to crash if used.

    New CSS Icons show up properly, but immediately crash when selected:
    If an icon crashes immediately when selecting it, then the module used for that character is corrupt. Redownload the module and try again.

    New CSS Icons show as Mario, but properly load the desired character when used in a match:
    In general, cosmetic data for ExSlots default to Mario for compatibility purposes. An icon showing up as Mario means that the cosmetic data for that css slot is not configured.

    New CSS Icons show up properly, but cause a soft crash both when attempting to enter a match or leave the CSS screen after selecting them:
    If the game experiences a soft crash (the game endlessly loads, and can still access the Home Menu) both when you try to enter a match or leave the CSS, then either the Fighter Configuration for the slot is missing or one of the resources for the character is missing from you patch directory. Open the Fighter config file in the BrawlEx Config utility and make sure you have all the files shown in the bottom list inside your patching directory.

    New CSS Icons show up properly, but crash only when attempting to enter a match.
    If the game crashes only when you try to enter a match, then it is likely you are trying to use a v1.0 ExModule with BrawlEx v1.1.0.0 or a v1.1 ExModule with BrawlEx v1.0.0.0. Try redownloading the BrawlEx package and using the latest modules.

    CSS Icons show up properly, but crash when highlighting them.
    If simply highlighting a CSS icon causes the game to crash, then either you have an outdated version of BX CSS Expansion's Common3.pac, or that character is missing their character portraits that they are required to show when you highlight them.

    If you have an issue that you think may be caused by BrawlEx, please post a copy of your .wgc code file as well as the configuration files that you are using so that I may identify the source of the issue and/or determine if the issue is with BrawlEx or the setup being used.



    Downloads


    BX Clone Engine v1.2.0.0 Stable
    Extends the limit on the brawl character roster up to 100 characters and allows character slots to be customized using slot configuration files. This mod allows the creation of clone characters.

    BX CSS Expansion v1.0.2.0 Stable
    Extends the limit on the Character Select Screen to 100 character icons. It also allows the character select screen roster to be modified using an external config file.

    Nebulon's BrawlEx Pack
    Mediafire Link (May be slightly outdated)
    The most complete BrawlEx package available by Nebulon featuring 44 extra characters properly configured for sound effects and graphics for a total of 85 playable characters.

    BrawlEx Config Utility v1.3
    A tool for editing BrawlEx Config files. Currently, it only supports Fighter Config and Roster Config files.

    Module Editor 3.3
    A tool for modifying module data. Necessary for configuring ExModules.

    BrawlEx Clone Tool
    A tool developed by Sammi-huskyEx to manage the creation of clone characters.

    Fighter Data Chart
    A chart detailing the ordering of each character's configuration data type and the ids they are associated with.

    Alloy Cosmetics
    Even though the Alloys have Character Select Screen Ids, they cannot be added to the CSS without first adding their missing portraits and icons into the game. This package contains all the Alloy cosmetics required to make them usable.

    Additional BrawlEx Versions

    BX Clone Engine v1.1.3.1
    The BrawlEx clone engine configured for loading config files from the DVD instead of the SD card. Mainly developed to be used with Riivolution. Currently discontinued and out of date.

    BX Clone Engine v2.0.0.x
    Unstable Build
    A new release of the BrawlEx Clone engine supporting up to 128 characters. Currently untested on consoles.

    BX CSS Expansion v2.0.0.x
    Unstable Build
    A new release of the BrawlEx Roster Expansion. It adds the ability to load character selection portraits from the SD card. Currently untested on consoles.


    Known Bugs

    -Game startup time is increased by approximately 10 seconds.

    -The ordering of the characters in the Subspace Emissary character select page is slightly broken.

    -Switching the game language to Japanese no longer replaces names for certain characters at the victory screen. (e.g. Bowser -> Koopa)

    -A bug in the original File Patch Code v3.5.1 may cause issues when replacing Common2.pac. It is recommended that you use the File Patch Code v3.5.1b listed in Readme.txt if you are using v3.5.1.


    Version History


    BX Clone Engine
    (Major.Minor.Revision.Configuration)

    v2.0.0.x
    Unstable Build

    - Increased number of available Fighter, Slot, CSSSlot, and Cosmetic entries up to 128.

    - Added support for setting Victory Camera Distances and Victory Announcer Calls from the Slot config file.

    - Added support for enabling per-color final smash resource files from the Fighter config file.

    - Completing Classic or AllStar for characters with Slot Id 2C and up will simply return the player to the CSS instead of crashing.

    - Fixed bug that caused Slot 58 to crash unless its slot entries had been overwritten using an elevated Slot config file.

    - ExCharacters created in training mode will now be properly shown with differing colors.

    - Added safety check to ensure that a fighter's record data cannot be set to an invalid record bank using a corrupt Slot config file.

    - Reorganized the internal code layout of bx_fighter.rel.

    - Updated common2.pac's sora_melee hook.

    - Removed ft_kirby copy fix.rel from the ExModules directory to avoid confusion.

    - Added beta ExModules for Rob, ToonLink, Zelda/Sheik, and Zelda alone.

    v1.2.0.0

    - Fixed crash caused by entering Homerun Contest.

    - Added ExModules for Metaknight, Jigglypuff, and Ganondorf.

    v1.1.5.0

    - Fixed crash caused by entering an Event Match requiring you to choose a character.

    - Added CSS config files for using independent forms of Charizard, Squirtle, and Ivysaur on the CSS to the CSS config templates.

    v1.1.4.0
    v1.1.4.1


    - DVD loader configuration (x.x.x.1) discontinued until a better hook method is found.

    - Fixed a gamebreaking bug involving team battle character portraits.

    v1.1.3.0
    v1.1.3.1


    - Fixed a gamebreaking bug in kirby resource file references for Luigi and Yoshi both in bx_fighter.rel and in their template config files.

    v1.1.2.1

    - Initial release for DVD config loader configuration.

    - BrawlEx Config files load from DVD:/BrawlEx/...


    v1.1.2.0

    - Fixed a small non-fatal assembly bug in the Marth v1.1 ExModule.

    v1.1.1.0

    - Removed Test Files directory from BrawlEx package to reduce download size.

    - Fixed name reference bug that was causing ExCharacters to crash Pictochat.

    - Fixed bug in the Pikachu v1.1 ExModule making it unusable.

    - Changed the default cosmetic reference in CSSSlot29 (Random) to Cosmetic2A.

    v1.1.0.0

    - Fixed game breaking bug that caused various articles to crash the game once a character's ExModule was loaded.

    - Updated ExModules to v1.1

    - Updated the names of Config Templates with the name of the originating character.

    v1.0.0.0

    - Initial Release


    BX CSS Expansion
    (Major.Minor.Revision.Configuration)

    v2.0.0.x
    Unstable Build

    - char_bust_tex_lz77 portrait files in sc_selcharacter.pac will attempt to load them from the SD card before trying to load regularly from the .pac file. (See note in Readme on file paths)

    v1.0.2.0

    - Fixed bug that caused the Classic Mode Character Select Screen stock option bar to vanish.

    v1.0.1.0

    - Fixed crash that resulted from hovering over icons that would normally be marked with a "new" tag.

    v1.0.0.0

    - Initial Release


    Special Thanks

    Special thanks to Dantarion and his help with the project as well as the documentation resources he posted on the OpenSA website. Brawl hacking wouldn't be anywhere near where it is now without your work on OpenSA, the Brawl Documentation project, and Project M.

    I would also like to thank the rest of the Brawl modding community for keeping Brawl going for these past 6 years. I look forward to seeing what everyone is capable of in the following year
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    « Reply #1 on: December 31, 2013, 10:22:32 PM »


    That's it. Instant download.
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    « Reply #2 on: December 31, 2013, 10:24:44 PM »


    i need a new pair of pants
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    i need a new pair of pants
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    Hopefully this works with Riivo. I can't use SD cards. D:
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    « Reply #5 on: December 31, 2013, 10:40:38 PM »


    Hmm. I don't think I'll understand all this but I'm subscribing to the thread to ask questions. How do the SFX work?
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    « Reply #6 on: December 31, 2013, 10:41:45 PM »


    100 characters?

    WAT!?
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    « Reply #7 on: December 31, 2013, 10:45:08 PM »


    i need a new pair of pants

    After making a post like that, my pants got up and walked away.

    Hopefully this works with Riivo. I can't use SD cards. D:

    Unfortunately I can confirm that it will not work without an SD card - the current version of BrawlEx only searches the SD card for the config files. That's something that will have to wait until next version.

    I'll admit that it's a bit of a oversight on my part, but I'd forgotten about the SD card restriction on Riivolution...

    Hmm. I don't think I'll understand all this but I'm subscribing to the thread to ask questions. How do the SFX work?

    Sound banks for the character and the KirbyCopy can be selected using the Config Utility. For modifying the actual sound banks, you'll need to use BrawlBox.

    100 characters?

    WAT!?

    It seemed like a nice number to me. Smiley

    While there is a limitation in that the CSS only allows 50 icons, there are codes that can let you work around that.
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    « Reply #8 on: December 31, 2013, 10:47:06 PM »


    Oh PW I meant like.. how PM uses Roy with his own voice. How do we do THAT?
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    « Reply #9 on: December 31, 2013, 10:47:20 PM »


    So what happens with Kirby's Copy Ability?
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    « Reply #10 on: December 31, 2013, 10:48:46 PM »


    Okay, quick noob question:

    How do I start the app? D: I double click on it and nothing happens on my laptop.

    And no USB support, eh? Oh, well. D:
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    « Reply #11 on: December 31, 2013, 10:48:54 PM »


    I wish I can kiss you you magnificent beast!...
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    « Reply #12 on: December 31, 2013, 10:49:03 PM »


    2014.

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    AT DAY ONE.
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    « Reply #13 on: December 31, 2013, 10:51:11 PM »


    Impressive.

    I will soon return to reexamining articles so we can do more with PSAs.......
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    « Reply #14 on: December 31, 2013, 10:52:14 PM »


    Dear crap, PW. My heart exploded in its chasm. My hype quite literally hit max, and all I did was writhe around in my chair for five minutes.

    This is VERY exciting! Wonderful work from you, once again.

    I can't wait to see the 139-count pokemon fighting version.
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