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    PKHeX was officially updated today.  We should see improved accuracy, speed an some additional operations in 17.07.02.
    Change Log:


    What's New in Version 17.07.02

     - Legality:
     - - Added: All-generation ribbon legality checks. Thanks White-Canary!
     - - Added: Strengthened PIDIV detection & enforcement for gen 3/4 encounters.
     - - Added: Met location legality checks for GSC origin pk2's. Thanks pokecal!
     - - Added: Poke Pelago level range checks. Thanks SciresM!
     - - Changed: Another round of legality check updates. Thanks (so many different users)!
     - Added: Gen4 shiny leaf editing (pkm edits while Generation Format = 4). Thanks sora10pls!
     - Added: pkmdb now fetches pkm data from backed up save files (only if the program is compiled with debug flag)
     - Added: More misc editing for gen3/4/5 save files. Thanks pokecal!
     - Added: Holding control when setting shiny will modify the SID instead of PID/EC. Thanks javierhimura!
     - Fixed: Honey Tree editor now saves checksums correctly. Thanks pokecal!
     - Fixed: Batch Editor now accesses pkm properties for filtering correctly. Thanks sora10pls!
     - Fixed: Can now load boxdata/pcdata binaries on Gen<=3. Thanks PKMWM1!
     - Changed: Ribbons in Ribbon Editor are now sorted alphabetically, and hovering over an image displays the ribbon name.
     - Changed: Various speed improvements for legality checking and program loading have been made.



    Project Pokémon has Blogs now. Blogs are areas that you control, where you set the topic and can post pretty much whatever you like: opinions, hobbies, rants, or anything else you can think of. We ask, but do not require, that you use the forums for on-topic things.

    I've started one where I can post updates about the development of Sky Editor, and I intend to create one soon where Project Pokémon staff can share sneak-peaks of future additions to the site.





    In less than 24 hours time (EDT), the Indiana Convention Center will be filled with local and international Trainers as well as eager
    Spectators ready to kick off this year’s North American International Championships.  While Competitor registration ended this past Wednesday,
    Spectators are still welcome to register online until July 2 at 1 p.m.  The event will run from June 30 to July 2, 2017.


    Competitors and spectators can pick up their badges at the following locations and times:
    Thursday, June 29, 1–7 p.m.: Crowne Plaza Indianapolis Union Station (123 W. Louisiana St., Indianapolis, IN 46225), in the Grand Hall Ballroom
    Friday, June 30, 7:30 a.m.–8 p.m.: outside Halls H and I at the Indiana Convention Center
    Saturday, July 1, 7:30 a.m.–8 p.m.: outside Halls H and I at the Indiana Convention Center
    Sunday, July 2, 8 a.m.–1 p.m.: outside Halls H and I at the Indiana Convention Center

    When a competitor picks up their badge, they will also receive a lanyard and a Participation Item Voucher. This voucher can be exchanged
    for the remaining Participation Items inside the Event Hall during its open hours, starting 10 a.m. Friday, June 30, and ending 1 p.m. Sunday, July 2.
    All competitors who register will receive a badge, lanyard, player pin, deck box, set of card sleeves, and either a playmat (for Pokémon TCG competitors)
    or a hat (for VGC competitors). Items will be distributed on site at the event. Substitute product may be provided if necessary.


    Quoted as being one of the largest Championships this year, there is an estimated cash pot of $200,000 between TCG and VGC respectively.
    Competitors can also appreciate the Championship Points that they may receive this weekend as it will be their last opportunity to obtain any
    before the 2017 World Championships.

    If you’re unable to attend but still interested in watching the events of this weekend unfold, there will be periodic live streams available at pokemon.com/live.
    Have fun, Trainers!

    Results of the North American Internationals

    Master Division Final

    Senior Division Final

    Junior Division Final

    Check out the winning teams:
    Christopher Kan
    Alfredo Chang-Gonzalez
    Nicholas Kan


    Source: pokemon.com





    Cap Pikachu - Sun & Moon
    As of June 28, 2017, all of the Cap Pikachu available to Pokemon Sun & Moon have been released!  Back in March, the hype of these commemorative events was announced as a companion to the release of Pokémon the Movie 20: I choose you!  Upon pre-ordering a ticket for the movie, you were given a region-locked serial code to claim one of the six Cap Pikachu all of which are holding Pikashunium-Z.  The date that you pre-ordered your ticket determined which variant of the event you would receive. Pre-order distribution began April 15, 2017, with the Original Cap Pikachu and will conclude with the Alola Cap Pikachu on July 17, 2017, events are expected to repeat.

    First event announced for Pokémon Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon will be:  I choose you Cap Pikachu, which will be made available via QR Code on 3 million Ga-Olé disks that will be given away throughout Japan during screenings of Pokémon the Movie 20: I choose You!.
     I choose you Cap Pikachu has an official home in the Event Gallery
    Note: "
    As the details for this Pokemon are presently unknown, and the games (USUM) being unreleased,
    there are no PK7 files attached to this page at this time."

    Marshadow and Ho-oh - Sun & Moon
    A few more events correlating to the debut of the 20th Pokémon movie include: The Local Wireless distribution (in theaters) of Marshadow holding its signature Z-Crystal, Marshadium-Z.  Lastly, next month’s issue of Corocoro is expected to contain a serial code to obtain the Legendary Pokémon, Ho-oh.
    Marshadow is now available in the Event Gallery

    Ho-Oh is now available in the Event Gallery


    Tohoku Victini - Sun & Moon
    The Pokémon Center in Tohoku celebrates its reopening tomorrow providing new merchandise featuring the store’s mascots: Pikachu, Victini, and Rowlett. Additionally, from June 30, 2017, to September 3, 2017, you can obtain a Victini via a Local Wireless event.
    Tohoku Victini is now available in the Event Gallery


    Image Sources: Pokemon.com, Pokemon.co.jp