Open Battle.net Here are some sites from Savage: Eric Jwins Site X Cheater Mewgood Diabloworld Blizz Hackers By Vortech Have you seen people with colored character names? This is how you go about and putting some color on them. All you need is shadowmaster, or any other Char Editor, and the list of colors wich are: Ã¿c2M13 Ã¿c2Yauco Puerto Ri Ã¿c1red Ã¿c2green Ã¿c3blue Ã¿c4gold Ã¿c5gray Ã¿c6black Ã¿c0<--black Ã¿c7yellow Ã¿c9cream Ã¿c8orange alt+0255= Ã¿ Anyways when you create a character make sure you name it as Ã¿c1NEWÃ¿c3BIE=NEWBIE,or what ever color you want to make it, then save. How to Create Items, edit your chracter, and Import them into the game by l33t (yes the only thing here by me since the hacker came) Tools: All are found on Eric Jwin's site Basic- Jamella's Diablo 2 Editor Very basic, Easiest to use, very User-Friendly. Only thing is some items and stats do not work. Very simple, I don't need to explain much... Your item doesn't work? Trial and error does! Advanced-Eric Jwins Stats editor, Shadowmaster, Fuzzier's Item Creator Eric's stats can add str dex vit energy and level to no cap. Thly problem is if you attack anything but other players when you're over level 99, your d2 will freeze and you will need to reboot. Shadowmaster can Import items from fuzzier... Go right click Import item in INV area. Fuzzier's is a difficult item creator... Arrows cant have def or dur, armor has to have dur and def etc. That is the cause of most errors. Also it does not reopen items, just makes and saves. Guide to Making Whites BY SMOOTHY KING WHOA Guide Things you'll need Making an Item Applying the Color Adding the item to you Character Contact -Things you'll Need There are a few things that you'll need to make whites. If you don't already have these, you'll have to download them. Here's a list of the things you'll need: Jamella Shadow Master Hex Editor Here's the Hex Editor for "Hex Newbies." (from download.com) http://download.cnet.com/downloads/...lst-7-1.8675667 (copy this to your browser) Jamella is going to be used to make a new item of your choice. In Jamella, you can add attributies, and sockets, etc. We need Shadow Master to import the item to your character. Seeing as how Jamella will not support whites. You will need the Hex Editor to apply the color to the item. Fairly simple process once you get it down. -Making the Item First off, you'll need to open Jamella. (note: if you already have a UNIQUE item you wish to turn white, please skip this section, and move on to the next one.) After opening Jamella, you will need to open a character that doesn't have any whites on it. If it has whites, Jamella won't open it. If you need to, do what I do, and make a "mule" character. Which has nothing on it, and you use JUST to make items. Never save the changes on this "mule." After you have opened a character, going to the "inventory" tab in Jamella. On the bottom right of that screen is the "Built in Item Tree." Here, you can pick out an item of you choice, and do whatever you like you it. Be sure the items are UNIQUE! Now, add attributies, sockets, etc. When you're all done making you item "pretty" right click on the item, and click "Save to File." Save it in a place you will remember, such as My Documents. -Applying the Color Now that you that you have saved the file, you must open the hex editor that I gave you. This is what I use from time to time. I also use Hex Workshop. Although, this program is alot easier if you're a newbie to making whites. Now, open the file you saved, into the Hex Editor. When it opens up, you shoul see a crap load of numbers, and letters. Well, probably two rows. If you;re using the HHD Hex Editor which I gave you, and are not familier with Hex, look for line 00000010. This should be the second line. Now, as you can see, there are "sets" of decimals. From line 00000010 go over to the FOURTH set of numbers. The 4th and 5th sets of numbers are what you will change. Here's an example: 00000010 43 5f 67 72 06 f4 00 43 23 (the red being what you want to change) Now, change those numbers to: 71 0A (that's the code for white "swordguard") Then save the file, and close the hex editor. If you leave the fil open in the hex editor, it will mess up the item, SO, CLOSE THE ITEM! If you know Hex well, and want the "easy" discription. Then do this: Offset 0x00000013 to 71 and 0x00000014 to 0A BTW: The code for black is: 71 0c (same place as the white code!) -Adding the Item to you Character Now that you have saved the item, you must now open Shadow Master, and open the character that you want the white to be on. Go to the "Item" tab, and right click in your inventory and choose "Import Item." When the window opens up, find the item that you have created. After you do that, save you character, and go play Diablo! That's it! You have your own first white! Enjoy!