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    Beelzebub, in base game, did not have a script where he'd cast Dekaja and Dekunda at preset times. The script in Hardtype is unaltered, I was wrong. I also included his usage of Mazandyne which I neglected to include while describing how I cheesed him.
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Description:

This is a simple python tool that take advantage of the linux library ‘libmirage’ part of the cdemu linux project to extract game ids from any kind of cd-image supported by cdemu.

Unfortunately this dependency makes it specific to linux. It outputs json to stdout and errors to stderr to be more easy to use for python programing.

usage: dumpid.py [-h] [--force {psx,ps2,ss,scd,dc}] CD-IMAGE|M3U-FILE [CD-IMAGE|M3U-FILE ...]

Parse game serial (psx, ps2, dc) or md5 hash of some invariant region (ss, scd, dc) to identify games regardless of cd-image format.

positional arguments: CD-IMAGE|M3U-FILE cd-image to scan in all formats cdemu supports, or m3u containing at least one cd-image.

optional arguments: -h, –help show this help message and exit –force {psx,ps2,ss,scd,dc} force a type of console while parsing the file(s). Useful for consoles or games that can’t recognized correctly because of system identifier errors.

M3u parsing returns just the id of the first item on the m3u. For each valid file processed, this command returns a json list of maps to sys.out of the format: [ { file: parsed-file, system: psx|ps2|ss|scd|dc|unknown (redump system names), serial: string|unknown, id_md5: string|unknown } ]

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