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In order to be able to use the level editor, you will need a copy of the game's '''[[Stage Folder]]''', which contains all the original levels and tilesets which the editor will use. There are several ways to obtain the game's files, which are listed below. It is recommended to dump all the files in the disc, because you might need them in the future.
 
In order to be able to use the level editor, you will need a copy of the game's '''[[Stage Folder]]''', which contains all the original levels and tilesets which the editor will use. There are several ways to obtain the game's files, which are listed below. It is recommended to dump all the files in the disc, because you might need them in the future.
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=From Wii Disc=
 
=From Wii Disc=
 
These methods are '''fully legal''', because they require you to own the game disc. You will also need an '''homebrew-enabled Wii'''. You can find an excellent guide for enabling homebrew '''[https://sites.google.com/site/completesg/ at this link]'''.
 
These methods are '''fully legal''', because they require you to own the game disc. You will also need an '''homebrew-enabled Wii'''. You can find an excellent guide for enabling homebrew '''[https://sites.google.com/site/completesg/ at this link]'''.

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