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  3. Gamestop stores in Germany, Switzerland and Austria are about to release promo codes that allow users to redeem a Dynamax Crystal for a Gigantamax Centiskorch. Once used the Crystal, Centiskorch can be encountered at the Watchover Ruins. Source: Gamestop CH Gamestop DE Gamestop AT The wondercard has been uploaded to the latest BCAT and will be available on the Event Gallery as soon as the Event will be officially released. Wonder Card ID #0506: Dynamax Crystal Gift Here's what you got: ★Sgr6859 x1 | SWSH | Only One Allowed | Sep. 25 - Oct. 25 2020 0506_Orion_GCentiskorch.wc8 ID Species Crystal Level Stars Host Catch Rate Nonhost Catch Rate Move 1 Move 2 Move 3 Move 4 Shield Thickness HP% 1st shield Extra Move 1 Ex move 1 priority HP% 2nd shield Extra Move 2 Ex move 2 priority Max # of moves Gender Nature Dy level Shiny? Ability? Game Entry Index HP IV ATK IV DEF IV SATK IV SDEF IV SPE IV Dy Boost 599 Centiskorch ★Sgr6859 35 4 Guaranteed 3 Fire Lash Lunge Coil Power Whip 3 45 Coil Last move for that turn 0 Splash Disabled 1 Random Random 5 Regular Odds Hidden Ability SH 7 31 31 31 255 255 255 1.9 Rewards: ID Species Crystal Stars Shiny? Game Rand Reward Entries Fixed Reward Entries 593 Centiskorch ★Sgr6859 4 Regular Odds SW Bottle Cap 2% Rare Candy 25% Figy Berry 80% Tamato Berry 80% Rare Bone 35% Nugget 35% Big Nugget 35% TR88 (Heat Crash) 100% TR41 (Blaze Kick) 100% TR55 (Flare Blitz) 100% Exp. Candy M x3 Exp. Candy L x5 Dynamax Candy x2
  4. Join my team! I'm a pro player since Day 1 and now at stage 359. We're looking for more players to feed Snorlax and possibly future team event mons. The code is XT223C6RBVGF for those who are in mobile (so you can copy it). Thanks and please consider joining Shine Team!
  5. Maybe someone will trade you another one that we know is real.. I dunno For what it is worth, here is the legal info:
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  7. Updates are constant, but there are only release versions when they feel it's stable enough and/or there are significant changes. You can, however, manually compile it from the PKHeX github yourself with all the latest commits, if you have the tools and knowledge.
  8. Can we get more frequent updates then? Or can I manually do it on my end? 24hrs in a day, can’t imagine adding a few event Pokémon here and there takes too long.
  9. PKHeX was last updated over a month ago. If the games have added new event encounters with unique special moveset that is different from prior appearances, then PKHeX will not recognize it until the program is updated with the details.
  10. Thank you very much, that's exactly what I wanted to know. No local logs at all, server logs unknown, then. I hope they don't log it at all
  11. If I recall correctly, this saying is accurate:
  12. That data isn't stored on the Switch, if they do log that data, it is server side, and we don't know what they log. So this isn't the right thread, since it's not logged in the save, and to be honest, we don't know either. It would take someone that works for them to know for sure.
  13. I'm not sure if this is the right thread, but I can't find anything better. I've heard talk that Sword/Shield logs your online activity to a more detailed degree than previous games. What I'm trying to know is whether it logs your trades and/or trade attempts, just to know how far I can push sysbot usage on my main file, for example. So far, I've only had it do a mock trade (canceled after showing a Pokémon) to dump a file for a legality check. Does this sort of stuff get logged in any known save blocks (for example, a list of everyone you've interacted with, regardless of whether the trade went through or not)?
  14. Editing Poké Mart Items --- A quick addendum - this only definitely works for fixed item inventories, like the secondary clerk in some Poké Marts. I'm not sure how to edit the general market that changes after every few Badges. This requires the use of a hex editor such as Hex Workshop or HxD. This tutorial can be used for Platinum or HG/SS. I think the same steps may apply to Black/White as well, but in Black 2/White 2 it's stored in a different file (I believe a/2/8/2). Step 1: Calculate the hex string for the items in the mart that you want to edit. --- https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/List_of_items_by_index_number_(Generation_IV) This page lists all items in the game with their numerical index. Internally, the game has a list of items that appear in each Poké Mart. Take note of the "Hex" column in that page. For example, a Protector has a hexadecimal index of 0x0141. The other thing to note is that the game stores bytes in little endian form. That means internally, you'd see the Protector written as "41 01". Each byte is the opposite way around. The hex string is just a few of these strung together. So for example, let's say we had a mart that sold Grass Mail (0x0089), Flame Mail (0x008A) and Bubble Mail (0x008B) and it's listed in that exact order in-game... Grass Mail Flame Mail Bubble Mail That means we'll need to search "89 00 8A 00 8B 00" to find it - each individual item has its bytes flipped due to little endian form, and then they're just strung together. In HG/SS, the item order is top left first, then top right, then middle left, middle right, bottom left, bottom right, top left on page two etc. To find what items to search for, look at the Poké Mart inventory you want to edit, cross-reference it with the page linked above and you can produce the hex string from that. Step 2: Extract the file the data is contained in. --- Poké Mart data is located in the arm9.bin. If you're playing Platinum, you can just open it up in the hex editor immediately. You can get your arm9.bin by extracting it with crystaltile2, or in the file folders SDSME/PPRE produce when a ROM is loaded into them. If you're playing HG/SS, you need to first decompress the arm9.bin as it's compressed internally. To do this, extract the arm9.bin with crystaltile2 but select "Extract(U)" instead of "Export". Step 3: Search the hex string in the arm9.bin --- Simply open your arm9.bin file up in a hex editor and search for the string above. For example, I'd search "89 00 8A 00 8B 00" if I were following the example above. Generally there should only be one result, as most of the fixed mart inventories are unique. Step 4: Edit the hex string to be the items you want --- Now we just change the items to what we want. Following the example above, let's say instead of Grass Mail, Flame Mail and Bubble Mail, I want to now sell Bloom Mail, Tunnel Mail and Steel Mail. I replace Grass Mail with Bloom Mail; referencing the index number document, I replace 89 00 with 8C 00. I replace Flame Mail with Tunnel Mail; so I change 8A 00 to be 8D 00. I replace Bubble Mail with Steel Mail; so I change 8B 00 to be 8E 00. That's all there is to this part! We can then save the arm9.bin file. Step 5: Reinsert the arm9.bin file into the game --- If this is Platinum and you just opened the arm9.bin file out of a folder PPRE/SDSME produced, you can just write the ROM. Otherwise, import the arm9.bin file over the current one with crystaltile2, then save your ROM. For HG/SS, you'll need to right-click on the arm9.bin in the File Explorer on crystaltile2 again, and this time select "Compression" followed by your arm9.bin. You should have a short pause as it reinserts, then you can save your ROM. You should now see the changes reflected in-game!
  15. No need to pay for something that is totally free to do. pk3ds can randomize whatever you want. - Follow this guide to get your romfs and exefs - Use pk3ds to randomize what you want - Apply the patch on the fly with Luma
  16. Oh ok, well there you go, guess I learnt something today haha. My PKHeX is up to date too (it doesn't show an update available in the top corner and just checked the download page) so not sure why it's flagging my Gmax Toxtricity as illegal. It was caught from this months event den.
  17. Hi, I am looking for someone who can Randomize Pokemon Omega Ruby, actually it is for my son and he is bugging me alot, I am willing to pay for it. Thank you, Sahil
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    Duking Plusle

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    After the player rescues the Plusle, Duking will give the Plusle to the player.
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    When the player starts a new game, these Pokémon will already be part of the player's party.
  20. Hello all, Wondering if I can reset the Articuno and Zapdos sprite encounters in Pokemon Yellow, tried using PKHex and it appears unsuccessful. I found a gameshark code to respawn Snorlax but only got the one west of Celadon city to respawn. I've read the posts in this thread: and also one of its links with a gameshark code list, tried a few combinations for Articuno such as beginning the code with 91 and editing D2D5 to D3D5 and back no success, Zapdos no success on those codes either. Has anyone been able to reset the .sav events? Attached is the attempt I made that needs verified in case I missed something, and a save without any flag reset attempts as a fallback. Thanks in advance, HaloSlayer255 Pokemon - Yellow Version 99 masterballs_resets_test.sav Pokemon - Yellow Version Default_DONT_DELETE.sav
  21. Helllo all, Recently found this page by a shiny pokemon hunter on youtube called ShinyMoltres78, never knew stuff like this was possible. Always played the games without cheats. I still remember seeing the legendary birds in the movie Pokemon 2000 - The Power of One. Anyhow I forgot about Articuno and Zapdos able to be shiny in Generation 1 Pokemon Yellow, then transferring over to Generation 2 Gold/Silver/Crystal. What I am trying to do is reset the Articuno and Zapdos encounters to be seen as sprites again and hopefully shiny hunt them. Will create another post and add the files to there. Have a good evening, HaloSlayer255
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  23. Only if you have a hacked Switch or if you trade the Pokemon to someone who has a hacked Switch.
  24. Is there a way to find out the PID/SID on the Nintendo Switch?
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