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77 fans · Created Feb 16 2008
When Ever A Pokemons Supposed To Be On The Map Its Not There And It Says
runtime error: Cannot modify null.mob.
proc name: P Return (/mob/proc/P_Return)
source file: pokemon,33
usr: Shieldon (/mob/Pokemon/Shieldon)
src: Shieldon (/mob/Pokemon/Shieldon)
call stack:
Shieldon (/mob/Pokemon/Shieldon): P Return()
Shieldon (/mob/Pokemon/Shieldon): New(CavePoke1 (11,23,2) (/turf/PokemonPops/CavePokemons/CavePoke1))
CavePoke2 (13,23,2) (/turf/PokemonPops/CavePok

Next time you post a code, use
In response to Mner2 (#1)
Yeeeeeaaa Dont know how to :P
In response to King_LiOnZ (#2)
Can't help much without the code where the error is
In response to Falacy (#4)
Falacy wrote:
Can't help much without the code where the error is

The great coder Falacy can't help with a measly Mob error :O I'm in shock!
In response to King_LiOnZ (#5)
The problem is that you're referencing something that doesn't exist, which the runtime tells you already. How am I supposed to know how you screwed that up?
In response to Falacy (#6)
Don't worry mate I have a Screenie.
In response to King_LiOnZ (#7)
Of what? The code?
In response to Falacy (#8)
Not the code O no It doesn't appear As a error on the source when I hit Run. But When I'm in game something very interesting Pops up.
In response to King_LiOnZ (#9)
Yea, because your code fails
source file: pokemon,33
In response to Falacy (#10)
My good Friend Not my code but for a friend :) Hes in need So your the only GOOD coder I could turn to.

But heres the problem Problem.png
In response to King_LiOnZ (#11)
First off, don't post links to scam file sharing sites, unless it is a direct link to the image.
Second, I already read the runtime error, its completely worthless without seeing the code that goes along with it.
On line 33 of 'pokemon', you attempt to reference something that doesn't exist. AKA null.mob. I'm not repeating myself again. Either post the relevant code, or go away.
In response to Falacy (#12)
1. Sorry lord Falacy for Posting a scam sharing site I wasn't thinking.

2.Please forgive me for Misunderstanding your Context.

Love Your Peasant/Servant
If you haven't already solved this, then the runtime error is only telling you that there is a problem, and where to find it.

How do you expect Falacy, or anyone, to be able to help you fix your programming, if we can't see it to begin with to find the error.