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  • Can I ask where you got the ripped photos for the YW stuff? I'm a little curious, aha~ Did you rip them yourself? Or was it from a website? Sorry if I'm asking too much XD

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    • No problem, ask me anything! I actually ripped them myself using a modded 3ds and a proprietary software package kown as Kuriimu. Why not join my Discord? (Tyrony#1276)

      I can explain everything there...

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    • Thanks for the answer, I really appreciate it, however I don't do Discord, aha XD

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    • If you're interested, simply go to their website, create an account and install the app on your PC or phone. You'll end up with your own server that others can join. Open the app  and you should see some tabs at the left. There should be one labeled Friends".  Then click the green Add friend button and enter my name that I sent you earlier, to send me a friend request and then wait for me to accept it.

      Let me know if you're stuck, and if you're not interested in Discord at all, that's fine with me, though for convenience sake, I'd suggest following my directions anyway.

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    • Did you manage to figure it out already?

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    • I’m actually not interested in Discord Aha XD

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    • Ok, then, excuse me for the trouble, I guess...

      Anyway, Kuriimu is a set of software that enables users modify games (fan translations or texture hacks) for games that it supports files and archives from. It can also be expanded with plugins, though I haven't really done much research about that.

      So currently,Kuriimu comes with three separate programs:

      Kuriimu itself: Used to edit text to create fantranslations or just to mess around with

      Kukkii: Used to view various image formats that were extracted from supported archives. Can import and export to .png. (which is how I got my images).

      Karameru: This is what opens many different archives that it supports.

      A basic overview. You might wanna check this out too:

      https://gbatemp.net/threads/release-kuriimu-a-general-purpose-game-translation-toolkit-for-authors-of-fan-translations.452375/

      Also, if you're planning on exrtracting from the games yourself, You must use a utility known as 3ds-xsfatools as well, but i'd better explain it after you've read all this.

      Hope this brighthens it all up!

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    • Tyrony wrote:
      Ok, then, excuse me for the trouble, I guess...

      Anyway, Kuriimu is a set of software that enables users modify games (fan translations or texture hacks) for games that it supports files and archives from. It can also be expanded with plugins, though I haven't really done much research about that.

      So currently,Kuriimu comes with three separate programs:

      Kuriimu itself: Used to edit text to create fantranslations or just to mess around with

      Kukkii: Used to view various image formats that were extracted from supported archives. Can import and export to .png. (which is how I got my images).

      Karameru: This is what opens many different archives that it supports.

      A basic overview. You might wanna check this out too:

      https://gbatemp.net/threads/release-kuriimu-a-general-purpose-game-translation-toolkit-for-authors-of-fan-translations.452375/

      Also, if you're planning on exrtracting from the games yourself, You must use a utility known as 3ds-xsfatools as well, but i'd better explain it after you've read all this.

      Hope this brighthens it all up!

      Thanks so much~! I really appreciate it! 

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    • You're welcome

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