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Alright, this one's driving me nuts, and it's "only" compressed text.
The game stores all data that isn't music/sound/models in one large file (which is, for some reason, split into 12 smaller files)
There is a file called lnkdatas.bin which contains the whole folder/file structure, using it I was able to isolate specific files, but I'm having a hard time decompressing them (mostly because, well, I have no clue about compression)
I've attached a file which is called enemylist.txt by the game and I'm assuming it only contains text when decompressed. (I'll be using ? for any bytes that don't translate into alphanumerical characters.)
The first enemy in that list is the Wisp, which seems to be called "wisp1" in the file, alright so far. That enemy drops the items Natural Heater and Salamander Scale and maybe other things.
At offset 0x52, you see the string "Natur?al He??er" which obviously, when decompressed, is Natural Heater. The first thing I don't get is why Natur and al are even split up (by 0x04). The ?? in Heater is probably the compression at work (..replacing two bytes by two other bytes, but there are also cases where three or more bytes are reduced to 2, so whatever)
The really confusing thing is at 0x6A. The string says "S??am?and?? Sc???e" and with a bit of imagination, that's Salamander Scale.
Taking a look at the first ?? (in "S??am"), they are represented by 0x0112 (Big Endian) and should be "al" deconverted. However, the second ?? (in "and??"), which should be "er", is ALSO represented by 0x0112
The only explanation is that the single ? (represented by 0x08) does something funky, but what and how?
My guess is that the first entry would look something like this after decompression:
1: <some item name?>
2: <some item name?>
4: <some item name?>
There's absolutely no trace of what the first/second/4th item could be, would that mean there's a large dictionary somewhere?
Another strange thing is that there are sometimes ASCII-character thrown in where there shouldn't be any, like the string "WorTn" that appears at 0xAC, which is "Worn Sword". Any ideas how the game could know that this T must be interpreted as something else?
So yeah, a bit of a lengthy post. If you have any idea what this compression (or even encryption?) algorithm could be or saw something similar somewhere else, do tell.
Edit: Uploaded the proper enemylist.txt