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character db?

Initiate Mage
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hm i just wanna know if someone can tell me wehere i can find the character db.
or where are the characters saved?
i can't find them in the sql db.

anyone knows?
 
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The DB's for character are character1, 2, 3, CharBank, and CharData. However, characters are not modifyable through DB's, I think the values are hidden or they were not coded in to be modified.
 
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i see....
hm damn ... so theres also no way in changing exp rates, item price, and so on ...
and what about adding new npcs?
 
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In theory everything is possible.. Changing exprate, price and adding npcs are all possible.. The question is HOW ^_^
 
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Ether_Man said:
In theory everything is possible.. Changing exprate, price and adding npcs are all possible.. The question is HOW ^_^

Lol, yea, it could be modified, if only we knew :p. I've tried all the logical/non l33t hacker ideas, so I dunno what to do next.
 
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well u can edit the data by exporting the dbs to a text file
editing
then importing them back
 
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and how? the only data in all dbs are <binary> and i dont think thats a value in it.. if it were, it would be some kind of code.. ever seen the binary salad in the ro inventory db? ;) happy decoding ;P

*edit*
wooops i didnt say nething regarding the <binary> emptiness ;P but wth should decode this? :/ the guys who made this really wanted to prevent server alteration :(

"shuugo",000F4610010002194B6F746F7269000000000000000000004B61747A656E6B6C6F20782E7800000040420F00000000000000000001000000000F4630010034248005120014010516060C000B00010400740269001A005E0159000300000000002E070000835FEE050000000000000000000000000000000000000000000F465

dunno if i try to change some value and see what happens.. too much effort to export change and reimport :/ isnt there a way to display the binary value directly in the enterprise manager?

*edit*

guess the 3rd and 4th hex offset are the lv.. since F is 15 and it matches with all my other chars too :/
 
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level is the 67th byte
first stat is 70th byte 2nd is 71 etc
 
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