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  1. Thanks. I was thinking of hitting the Animal Crossing cards too but I'm really not sure if it would be worth the work with the huge number of them out & the fact that they don't really have much use outside of Animal Crossing. I was also thinking of making a set of either Young Link or maybe Pokemon Trainer along these lines. Each with a spiffy logo cover for the restaurant instead of displaying the Amiibo.
  2. And they're all uploaded along with this post being updated.
  3. These will be uploaded very soon & will include Incineroar, Chrom, Richter, & Dark Samus. (The PSD files are being uploaded now on the downloads page) Been out of the loop for a while but now that WoW Classic has let me go I'm back to my old hobbies lol
  4. One issue that just hit me is that a lot of people appear to be ordering coin cases that have a outside diameter of 30mm... The ones I ordered have a outside diameter of 44.45mm & a inside diameter of 30mm. See image attached for specs on the coin cases I ordered.
  5. Sorry this took so long to reply but I used a mix of GIMP & Paint.Net to make the originals. Just a FYI, these were made slightly larger than 30mm so you don't have to punch them perfectly when punching them out but if you want to work with the original pnd files, they can be found under the downloads tab at the top or the link in the OP. I will also be updating the upload in the not so distant future with the new Amiibos coming out.
  6. Thank you for the awesome cases.... I might have to give those a run at some point. Just FYI, once you trim them with the 1.5 inch Fascola craft punch they will fit just about perfectly. These were made slightly larger than the coin capsules so you don't have to cut them perfectly when punching them out. See above reply, I hope this helps. If not, feel free to comment below and I'll try to get back with you as soon as I can.
  7. DO NOT SELL THESE... FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY! These images contain trademarked material owned by Nintendo & it is illegal to sell these, especially if you are selling them with pirated Amiibo. These are unofficial & only meant for personal use. 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 First off, credit for many the original images goes to Random11, CompC, Simone, mramiibo, ColoredBerry, TiMeBoMb4u2, JACKLE_KAT, Hitokirikai, & Crash1987 from the gbatemp forum. For the most part, I used their cards as a base for my coins unless text was in the way. A big thank you to all the people listed for the awesome work & giving me the idea to put together these coins. I have been working on these off an on for a hot minute & finally had the time to fully rework all of them to my liking. At the bottom are all the images I used for the Amiibo coins along with the supply list / guide directly below. The titles below are copied directly from the Amazon listings & will take you directly to the Amazon items you’ll need. The RED items were from Hobby Lobby / Walmart. Materials Required: Fascola Set of 3pcs circle (1 inch+1.5 inch+2 inch)craft punch set round Paper Punch Punch Craft Scrapbooking eva punches (Circle) You’ll need the 1.5 Inch but it’s a pain to find it by itself. 50 x NTAG215 NTAG 215 NFC Stickers 100% Guaranteed to Work Perfectly with TagMo! (45 Pieces + 5 Bonus!) Air-Tite Coin Capsule Holders 30mm Black Ring Type for US American Half Dollars Qty 250 Black Lid Capsule Tube for all "H" Direct Fit Air-Tite Coin Holders Qty: 10 Elmer’s Craft Bong Glue Stick – Extra Strength HP Everyday Photo Paper (Glossy) 3x5 Index Cards Fiskars SureCut Deluxe Paper Trimmer Instructions: Print the coins on the Photo Paper with the following settings: Fit Picture to Frame Photo Paper – Glossy High Quality While printing, punch out the 3x5 cards until you have one cut out for each of the coins you plan to make. Stick the NFC tags onto the 3x5 punched paper & label each for which Amiibo it will correspond to. Test each by verifying you can register it. Use the Fiskars® SureCut to cut each line of coins to make it easier for punching them out. Use the Fascola 1.5 to punch out each side of the coin. Apply the stick glue to either side of the 3x5 cut outs & sandwich it between the front & back sides of the printed coins. Place the glued coins under a heavy flat object to ensure it dries flat & doesn’t “wave”. Retest each again. Place them within the coin capsules & ENJOY. If you see anything incorrect on the coins, please comment below & I’ll upload the corrected files. The original PND files can be found under downloads at the following link: 27 MARCH 2019 ***Updated sheet 157-168 -- Loot Goblin & (Orange) Inkling 02 OCTOBER 2019 ***Updated sheet 169-180 -- Link & Incineroar ***Updated sheet 180-192 -- Chrom, Richter, & Dark Samus
  8. Version 1.1

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    Attached are the editable PND files for all the Amiibo coins I've made. Guide for using these can be found at the following links: https://gbatemp.net/threads/chakan-amiibo-coins-all-of-dem-lol.534308/#post-8565353
  9. Version 1.0.0

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    This is a work in progress and will be updated with the latest version as soon as I have the free time.
  10. HyperPie Instruction Manual v2 View File This is a work in progress and will be updated with the latest version as soon as I have the free time. Submitter Chakan516 Submitted 02/26/2019 Category HyperPie  
  11. Version 7.5.3

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    Attached is the pre-merged NppCrypt Files for used with the Notepad++ encryption guide found HERE.
  12. Notepad++ 7.5.3 – Encrypt text files This tutorial will show you how to use the NppCrypt plugin provided by Notepad++ to encrypt your documents so that you don't have to worry quite so much about your documents being read without your permission. NOTE: The instructions presented within this tutorial should not damage your install but should be followed in order, or you could loss data. This tutorial is based on the official 7.5.3 build of Notepad++. INSTALL NOTEPAD++ AND NPPCRYPT PLUG-IN: 1. Download and Install the latest Notepad++ build. Official build 7.5.3 can be found HERE. NOTE: From here forward there are two options. The first can be used if the “Plugins Manager” is displayed under “Plugins > Plugin Manager > Show Plugin Manager” from the main menu of Notepad++. The second must be used if the option is not present. (During this install I had to use the second option. NPPCRYPT INSTALL OPTION 1: 1. Open Notepad++. 2. Launch the plugin manager by going to Plugins > Plugin Manager > Show Plugin Manager. 3. Select NPPCrypt from the list and click Install. 4. Allow Notepad++ to restart after the installation finished. NPPCRYPT INSTALL OPTION 2: 1. Download the required files from GitHub HERE or the pre-merged file found under “Downloads” from our site HERE. From the GitHub site, you will need the main file (Select the Clone or Download link) and the dll file found lower on the page under “1.0.1.5 from github:”. For the split version from github, extract the “nppcrypt-cryptopp” folder to C:\Program Files\Notepad++\plugins\Config and the nppcrypt.dll file to C:\Program Files\Notepad++\plugins. For the pre-merged version from our site, extract the “plugins” folder to C:\Program Files\Notepad++. 2. Open Notepad++ and verify that NppCrypt is present under Plugins > NppCrypt. ENCRYPT TEXT: 1. Highlight the text you want encrypted then go to Plugins > NppCrypt > Encrypt. 2. Select the cipher and mode you want to use, input a password, then confirm the password. DECRYPT TEXT: 1. Highlight the text you want decrypted then go to Plugins > NppCrypt > Dencrypt. 2. Input your password and everything will go back to normal. CREDIT: To view the official Notepad++ site click HERE. To view the complete official Notepad++ plugin list click HERE.
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