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ziq wrote

i'm currently hacking my new 2ds xl and the tools are named 'fbi' and 'cia', which is hilarious.

https://3ds.hacks.guide/

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mofongo wrote

I challenge you to a pokemon battle!

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ziq wrote

also, can I even play online with a hacked console? won't they ban me?

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mofongo wrote

The 3DS is dead, the switch reigns supreme, Nintendo doesn't care anymore. I play online in my hacked wii u and have never been banned. Plus, they don't ban people individually, they ban in waves.

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ziq wrote (edited )

seems like a lot of work to level up to the point where that would be fun

i just want to play tetris, street fighter iv, shakedown hawaii and animal crossing right now

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mofongo wrote

With a hacked 3DS you can inject the pokemon you want to use. That's what competitive pokemon players do, it saves a lot of time.

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ziq wrote

that sounds counterproductive. if you don't build the pokemon up yourself and bond with it, it's just some random game of rock paper scissors

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CaptainACAB wrote

Yep!

Given that the mechanics of breeding pokemon with the perfect IVs and nature is almost entirely RNG save for a few things that the player can control, it also makes more sense to just cheat your way through it. The newest games have introduced mechanics to make that easier, but not everyone wants to play those or has access to a Switch so the point is mute.

These are the competitive types, though; they're very much about winning over fun; exploiting move mechanics is also something that's done. Multiplayer's a fucking mess.

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mofongo wrote

That's a nice collection. Retro City Rampage is on 3DS too, if you'd like to revisit.

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ziq wrote (edited )

and also Shinobi

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thelegendarybirdmonster wrote

There's 100% chance we have at least 1 keeping and eye on us.

They hate anarchists.

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celebratedrecluse wrote

i think the agency of north americans that would look at this site more, would be the foreign intelligence services, because of the insight it gives into the worldwide anarchist tendency.

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Bezotcovschina wrote

That's not something you can blame Raddle for - it's really not the best place to discuss such things and, I guess, not intended to be one. However, it has a lot of great material and insights that can be helpful for such things!

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Basil wrote

Do you happen to know where to find that report? It sounds very interesting but the only one I can find is from 2010 and is pretty short, not mentioning ant places online where anarchists congregate (unless that's the one you were talking about of course)

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CaptainACAB wrote

The funny thing is that they consider Sovereign Citizens domestic terrorists.

But at the same time, how often do Ancaps come to actual blows with the government? Like, they're fine with the idea of killing commies ("The NAP doesn't apply to communists") but abstain from going against the actual boot on their collective necks, whereas I could totally see one of those survivalist, gun hoarding paleo-libertarians sending death threats to federal agents. It's such a weird relationship.

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jaidedctrl wrote (edited )

hello, i am a four-star general in the Cock In Ass bureau

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