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Last night Xfr and I did some work on updating Pokécheck for gen 6. Along the way, we managed to dump and decrypt some of the new pokémon files and decide on the file type for the format.
- Box pkxs are now 232 bytes, as opposed to 136 previously.
- Pkxs store the current owner + the original OT for a given pokemon.
- The encryption on the pkx files works slightly differently.
- Hatched eggs save the moves they hatched with separately for the move relearner.
This is the current PP Wiki page:
Here are some sample .pkx files dumped from my and Xfr's games:
And here's the solution for a small program I wrote last night that can decrypt the files:
The gible named "Wireshark" on the pp.org front page is an edited gen 6 pkx.
e: party pkx files are 260 bytes.