Names Language Name Origin Japanese ( Ayano ) From aya, design.
Say Pokemon (nomekop) backwards.
German Tapetra From Tapete, wallpaper.
Although Walda's dad asks the player to tell him the secret words, the passphrases are actually strings of letters that vary on several components, chiefly the player's Trainer.Since W is a 9-byte string (or 72 bits long it contains enough bits for 14 full letters, with 2 bits left over.Components, colors, the colors are 2-byte values that represent the five highest bits of the red, green, and blue values in an RGB color in the manner shown below:, as an example, if the green color used aboverepresented as "99FF99" in hexadecimal or in binarywere.These four bits are repeated to fill the highest 8 bytes of a 9-byte string, with the bits in the lowest byte remaining 0; this string is represented below as mask.There are secret word bitstrips comic maker generators available online that can quickly produce the passphrases.If the last (lowest) byte of W is also 00000001, then the last letter of the passphrase will be "P" (01011, or 11).You can probably use.I tried that website, it's true!
Since W is a 9-byte string (or 72 bits long this divides W evenly into a maximum length, 12-letter passphrase.
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Patterns and icons, there are 16 different possible patterns and 30 possible icons that can be placed within the patterns.
English Walda Pepper From "wallpaper".
This number simply masks and scrambles the other values.Posted: nov 01, 2005 10:15.Posted: sep 15, 2005 7:34.In Japanese games, every 6 bits in W represent a letter in the passphrase.Algorithm tid, bcolor, and fcolor are all 2-byte values.