Solved Manually Reversing Pointers

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Ok so i'm a complete noob at assembly but I know the basics, I want to know if it's possible to figure out a player base by strictly looking at the assembly. I tried checking out the trace instructions feature in cheat engine, but I can't really understand it all.

so the address at rbx + 954 is my health address. How do I get to the playerbase from here? lol.
rbx gets replaced a few instructions down: mov rbx,[rsp+68] by something on the stack it looks like. I'm not sure if i'm doing any of this right though :KappaRoss:

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If health is a member variable of the player class, then 0x954 is the healthoffset from that class, and RBX holds the "playerbase address" If that is not a static address you need to search for that address as hex in cheat engine to find a pointer to it

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> See what writes to instruction
See movss [rbx + 954]

> Show instruction in disassembly
Set a breakpoint/take the value that rbx was before ( cheat engine shows you in the writes/accesses window )

search for that value, see where it gets written, repeat

if you meant you wanted to do this without "find out what XXX", then that doesnt matter, because all it is, is a breakpoint on write/read+write
 
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