It seems some offsets are mainly the differences in the code from the first game. I'm novice when it comes to creating tables, but I modified Cielos script from the first game for Inf MP and it's working for me in this second game.
I haven't figured out the new offsets for calculating the Player list and current player, so this script probably gives Infinite MP to everyone. Maybe pox or Cielos can modify it better than I can. I'm attaching a modified CT file and the code I added in case anyone wants it.
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<VariableType>Auto Assembler Script</VariableType>
//code from here to '[DISABLE]' will be used to enable the cheat
aobscanmodule(MPWriteOnCastAOB,DQH2.exe,F3 0F 11 91 30 02 00 00 F3 0F 2C C2)
newmem: //this is allocated memory, you have read,write,execute access
//place your code here
//code from here till the end of the code will be used to disable the cheat
db F3 0F 11 91 30 02 00 00
//Alt: movss [rcx+00000208],xmm2
<DropDownList ReadOnly="1" DescriptionOnly="1" DisplayValueAsItem="1">0:Player
<LastState Value="0" RealAddress="13FFF0000"/>
EDIT1: I figured out how to get CPlayer and Player list by modifying Cielos code for this game. I've updated the Inf MP script to only affect current player or whole party.
EDIT2: I found an Infinite Yggdrasil Leaves Cheat.
EDIT3: I added an Infinite Skill Point cheat.
EDIT4: I added a Set Ingredient Quantity To 80 cheat. You enable it and view your ingredients and they get set to 80. The script now contains a LUA script similar to Cielos first Dragon Quest Heroes script. Say YES to run the LUA when you open the cheat table as this cheat depends on it.
EDIT5: I found some codes to help with Monster Defeated battle stats and also a Quest Monster defeated multipliers. This helps complete things faster. You don't have to kill all the monsters it says when you use these multipliers. I tested the Quest multiplier and it works well for me.
EDIT6: It appears Infinite Skill Points didn't work for anyone except the 2 main characters. I fixed this. Not sure anyone is using much of it since I hear no complaints. No worries, I'm enjoying learning to make cheats. I also updated pox911's Damage script to give the option for a damage multiplier instead of one hit kill. You set it to something other than 0 and it multiplies all your damage (your party's too). Don't turn on one hit kill option or that will override things.
EDIT7: Found another issue with Infinite Skill Points. If you kept it activated, you didn't earn any skill points leveling up. I fixed this issue also. I'm removing my previous edit file.
EDIT8: Fixed the Monster Defeated Multiplier (it now works with rewards) and added an Infinite Mini Medals (they won't decrease when turning them in)
EDIT9: By popular demand, I took another stab at Proficiency Multiplier and found something that works for me. Give it a try.
EDIT10: Forgot to check other characters. I fixed Proficiency Multiplier to work for others besides hero or heroine.
EDIT11: Added in a code to always have 50 Party Power Points. I think you can enable everything with that many, but I haven't played to the end of the game to be honest. Anyway, the maximum you can normally get in game is 14, so 50 might be enough.
EDIT12: Added in some Pointers to the Characters Level, EXP, Skill Points. You enable the Pointers option and it's under the Camp option. You have to view the Attributes of the characters at least once. I borrowed code from Cielos table on the first Dragon Quest Heroes, but had to modify it mostly for this game. I've learned much since doing this table as this was my first major table. Offsets are different if not Lazarel and Teresa, so use the right option depending on which character you select.
EDIT13: Tried picking this game back up for a few. Came up with Base Stats pointers and option to change them to a minimum value when viewing attributes. The base stats seem to point to a table based on current level. The heroes Teresa and Lazarel share same table. The pointers update when you view the character in the attributes screen (I would choose to view one at a time or pointer may be unstable).
EDIT14: Found Party Pointers due to popular demand. You can choose the first Dragon Quest Heroes players, but they won't show up in town as in your party, but they load up when in the field fighting. I did some limited testing and it appeared to work fine for me controlling Yangus in the field.
EDIT15: Made Enemy Damage Multiplier accept floating point values (So you can choose 2.5 multiplier for example) per request.
EDIT 16: Sorry for the long delay in getting to this, but I figured out how to edit the Additional Effects on Weapons, Orbs and Accessories. I added an Highlighted Item option in the Pointer section. When you view the item in game, it updates the pointer and you can then edit the Additional Effects and their power. I also have the Star Level for Accessories. Enjoy!
EDIT 16.5: I found some more options for the Highlighted Item portion. I now allow you to edit the base stat for Weapons and Orbs and also the Base Effect. Weapons, Orbs and Shields seem to only have the one effect you can have (at least that's all I figured out). Shields don't have a base stat that I know of. As far as Weapons and Additional Effects, the code that resets these if they are not specific ones runs as soon as you start the game. I did put in an option in the Enable that disables it for the rest of the time the game is open, but once you close completely and come back it will reset the additional effects right at the startup of the game.
EDIT 16.6: I fixed the issue with Wands and Heavy Wands Base Stat 1 not picking up the correct pointer. I was also able to work out how to modify the Base Effects for Accessories. I put this in another pointer option specific to Highlighted Item Accessory Effects. You highlight the accessory you want to modify in your inventory and the pointers update. Each accessory has a base effect and then the 11 additional effects that it gets as it is upgraded. You can modify these and it affects all accessories of that type. I didn't test if it saved your changes when you saved your game and come back, so I'm not sure about that. It might load these up from the base files every time you load the game up, but you can basically make any accessory have the effects you want.
Future updates in the following topic (I added an item list and a damage modifier that works with poison):