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Is there an Action Replay Code for FF4 DS which renames the ???'s Love Augment?

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So, I started a new playthrough of FF4 DS. I didn't like the name I gave to ???'s Love, and want to avoid starting from the very beginning to change it; I'm burnt out from starting out since I've been playing it on and off all year.

I did a lot of Googling, and I've seen a lot of cheat codes for FF4 DS which do some interesting things, so I assumed there would be a code to rename the ???'s Love augment. I didn't find one.

I'd like to know if there is an Action Replay code which allows you to change the name of ???'s Love. Like something which would open the name prompt you get from Namingway or perhaps a code which I can use the hexdecimals to change the name. Anyone know? If not, how can I make such code? Or would anyone like to help me, please?

I'm using the cart, BTW.

Thank you ahead of time. 🙂

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