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So You Want Plain Results?

And yes, this was done using BrawlBox. Just place the provided stage pac in your stages folder, and activate the code that replaces Jungle Japes with the Online Training Stage. Code is found in the ReadMii that comes with the download, which also removes the sandbag from the stage.

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– Jose Gallardo

BrawlBox and Smash Items – The Guide

BrawlBox – Get it Here The guide from here-on will assume you already acquired the latest version of BrawlBox, and that you already have a common3.pac file (aka item pac). If you don’t have a common3.pac item file, download the old NB file here, with pre-set up textures.
Always keep a back-up of your Common3.pac before editing!

Ok, so with the latest version of BrawlBox (previously known as SmashBox), it is now possible to replace Item textures with ease, from within the Common3.pac file itself. From now on, I will release item textures as Pac files, and you (the user) will replace said texture with the one provided. For example, I will release a texture in this post to accompany the guide; the Firefox Smash Ball.

Step 1-
First and foremost, download the Firefox Smash Ball PAC Here. Its not zipped or anything, so its ready to go.

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Items PAC Update – Added Wing Cap Box and Brawl CD

Here’s a quick update for the Items PAC. I’ve edited the Metal Box to look like the Wing Cap Box from Super Mario 64. I was going to make a Blue Vanish Box, but since NB has been attributed to making red textures, a Red Metal Box was born instead. Also, you know that CD in Brawl that randomly appears during a match? Well, its no ordinary CD anymore. Its a BRAWL CD! If you already have all music tracks in Brawl, the only way you will be able to see CDs during a match is if you use codes. I’ve provided one for you in this post, assuming many of you already know how to apply the codes.

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