It is, but you have to search for the Effect ID on the weapon or armor. Or you can search for the condition of the weapon/armor. For example if you had 44/48 condition Then in Hex Editor you'd search this: 0000304200004042 Then you just need to look a few bytes before your condition and you'll find the Effects on the weapon, you can also mod your condition on the weapon/armor so it won't break. I change the condition to 0024F4480024F448 (500000/500000).
For the life of me, I can't find the values I want to modify... doesn't help that the screenshot of the byte array posted there has only 2 things in common, the name and the two "00 FF FF FF FF" strings before it; that wouldn't be so bad if my purpose wasn't to make a flame(graphic) chakram into a lightning one (as well as modify it's damage type of course).
The only values I can modify with ease are the ones right next to those 2 arrays, which in my case are both +5 health. I can't find the base damage, I can't find the effect amount byte... I normally do these kinds of things on my own, fiddle with items and such in most rpg's that I get my hands on, but that xbox thing totally threw me off...
Ah screw it, I'll just wait for someone to make an editor or something...
[Edited by aerion0p, 2/10/2012 8:01:02 PM]
I don't think you can modify base damage or effect amount : they have both pre-determined by the specific effect. but if you have a +2 damage effect and you want + 10, just copy/paste the effect 9 times then modify the string noting the number of effects to 10.
Any way to say... delete the 5000 seeds I have or any of the other massive quantities of useless items that make my inventory a nightmare to navigate after using the trainer a few times? I've tried messing with this a little bit but have been unable to find quest related items.
Hmm, I can't seem to find the number of item effects modifier thing for PC... I'm assuming it's in a different spot than the xbox version, as there's nothing but a bunch of 0s right after the last effect value for any of my items.
Anyone have any insight as to where that value is kept on the PC version?
(I apologize for being a complete hex noob!)
EDIT: Oh, and I found a nice additional effect ID to add to the list!
(written in PC notation so PC users can just input it right in without having to go in reverse)
Sorry, but anyone knows where else can the Save Files be? I have 5 saves but can't find them in any of the extension. Even searching for keywords didn't show Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning saves, only other games I have.