The international version of the Colosseum Bonus Disc Pikachu was translated and programmed into Pokemon Colosseum, but was never released to players.
@HaxAras managed to use some codes and trickery to gain access to the english events.
Thanks to @SkyLink98 for the Italian ARENA Pikachu.
After disassembling the code of a multiboot gba rom discovered in Pokemon Colosseum Bonus Disc (US),
@Bond697 found that it distributes an unreleased METEOR Jirachi,
that seems to be the translation/mirrored version of the ネガイボシ (Wishing Star) Jirachi.
Original Thread describing the find from years ago:
Working on the initial discovery of @TheHeatedMo, using hacking and modifications,
players became able to access the previously locked e-Reader Room of Pokemon Colosseum.
From there, @Zerbe92 and @HaxAras managed to obtain the English versions of these Pokemon, using their Japanese E-reader cards and e-reader+ !
Pokemon Emerald introduced an array of post-game battle facilities, which is hosted on the island called Battle Frontier.
Besides roping in the existing Battle Tower from Pokemon Ruby & Sapphire, the newer facilities hosts various challenges and rules,
unique to their own facility and differentiates them from the traditional Battle Tower (and each other).
In 2 of the facilities, namely Battle Pike and Battle Pyramid, it is possible to encounter wild Pokemon, and none of these can be captured.
(and to totally break you, these Pokemon can be shiny. *sad* )
@jojo12100 grabbed all these Pokemon straight from the RAM, and used @BlackShark's tool to decrypt said Pokemon.
Below illustrates a comprehensive list of what Pokemon are available, and another complete list of Pokemon can also be found here
Battle Pyramid Obtainable Pokemon 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Paralysing Pokemon Plusle Minum Pikachu Electabuzz Villeplume Electsprint Breloom Jolteon Poisonning Pokemon Gulpin Roselia Butterfree Seviper Skarmory Ludicolo Crobat Gengar Burning Pokemon Growlithe Vulpix Magcargo Ninetales Medicham Weezing Dusclops Houndoom PP waster Pokemon Dunsparce Banette Misdreavus Ninetales Absol Gengar Dusclops Shedinja Levitate Pokemon Haunter Chimecho Solrock Misdreavus Claydol Weezing Flygon Gengar Trapping Pokemon Diglett1 Trapinch1 Wynaut1 Diglett2 Trapinch2 Wynaut2 Wobbuffet Dugtrio Ice Pokemon Glalie Sneasel Dewgong Piloswine Jynx Cloyster Lapras Walrein Destructing Pokemon Weezing Electrode Gengar Golem Pineco Solrock Forretress Shiftry Psychic Pokemon Wobbuffet Metang Exeguttor Slowking Xatu Alakazam Starmie Espeon Rock Pokemon Golem Steelix Omastar Luantone Shuckle Armaldo Cradily Aerodactyl Fighting Pokemon Poliwrath Hariyama Breloom Medicham Hitmoncham Hitmonlee Heracross Machamp Weather Pokemon Quagsire Tropius Pupitar Lapras Cacturne Flareon Walrein Gyarados Bug Pokemon Pineco Shuckle Venomoth Scizor Heracross Forretress Armaldo Shedinja Dark Pokemon Sableye Sneasel Crawdaunt Shiftry Cacturne Absol Houndoom Umbreon Water Pokemon Octillery Dewgong Pelipper Quagsire Ludicolo Slowking Starmie Blastoise Ghost Pokemon Duskull Haunter Banette Misdreavus Sableye Dusclops Shedinja Gengar Steel Pokemon Mawile Magneton Steelix Scizor Forretress Skarmory Aggron Metagross Dragon Pokemon Dragonair Vibrava Altaria Flygon Aerodactyl Gyarados Kingdra Charizard Evolution Stone Pokemon Arcanine Poliwrath Raichu Vaporeon Jolteon Flareon Ninetales Starmie Normal Pokemon Kangaskhan Swellow Ursaring Porygon2 Tauros Fearow Snorlax Slaking
Battle Pike Rom 1-280 Dusclops Milotic Seviper Rom 281-560 Electrode Milotic Seviper Rom 561-840 Breloom Milotic Seviper Rom 841+ Wobbuffet Milotic Seviper Those that are highlighted are ones that are already obtained.
In Pokemon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire: Special Demo Version, you get to choose a starter for the initial mission,
evolve your starter, get the Mega Stone for your first Mega Evolution in the Special Demo Version,
defeat Team Magma & Aqua admins, and capture a Glalie International region 3DS / Steelix JP region 3DS, that will be transferred to the main game,
For subsequent missions, you'll begin the demo with the final evolution of all the starters, all holding their Mega Stones.
Accompanying you, is also the Pokemon obtained from the initial mission, that is also holding it's Mega Stone.
This page contains various for these Pokemon, as well as other unobtainable Pokemon encountered throughout this Special Demo Version, obtained by @jojo12100 & @BlackShark.
What we have, but not limited to:
Initial Starters (Grovyle, Combusken, Marshtomp) Mega Stone Holding Starters (Sceptile, Blaziken, Swampert) Mega Evolving Gift Pokemon (Glalie & Steelix) Steven's Shiny Metagross Team Magma Admin Tabitha's Camerupt Team Aqua Admin Matt's Sharpedo Various other Wild Pokemon, including Wild Shroomish (that cannot be caught) Missing entries that I'm aware of:
Secret Mission: May's Pokemon
While this forme is accessible once you capture Necrozma, and gain access to the the N-Solarizer and N-Lunarizer,
and also having a Solgaleo or Lunala in your team (for the fusion process),
this forme, like Mega Evolution, cannot be maintained outside battle.
How this file was obtained, was by using NTR Codes that allowed catching of Trial Pokemon,
as this Pokemon was not meant to be captured as-is in the games.
This encounter cannot be shiny. This file will make your game save illegal.
The details below refer specifically to this file.
Species Ultra Necrozma Nickname (default, in ) OT PPorg TID 171117 Distribution In-Game Battle Location Megalo Tower Dates Nov 18, 2017 PID Cannot Be Shiny Games Ultra Moon Lv. 60 Nature Bold Ability Neuroforce (1) Item None Moves (ITALIC means Relearnable) Photon Geyser Smart Strike Power Gem Dragon Pulse
Format Ver.1.0.6-0, Post Updated Date:20180119_2343
Out there in the wild, exists a German Language Debugger's/Developer's Edition of Pokemon Ruby Version,
which contains many debugging tools, including Mystery Event distribution subroutines.
Using existing unmodified subroutines, a Tournament Unown can be transferred.
Working on the data discovered by The Cutting Room Floor and GlitchCity Forums, and with @BlackShark's help,
the remaining Pokemon could be transferred by doing modifications in order to activate the other subroutines,
that contains the other hidden debugging Pokemon.
Pokemon in this archive:
Tournament Unown(s) Luvdisc Kyogre Egg & Hatched Kyogre Shroomish Egg & Hatched Shroomish Barboach Egg & Hatched Barboach 1/65535 chance Pikachu Egg
The contributors for these are:
@Deoxyz, @theSLAYER, @BlackShark, @HaxAras and @jojo12100
[We will not distribute the Debug Ruby Rom, and it is against our rules to ask for it]
Scattered across the game in Pokemon XD: Gale of Darkness, there are Pokemon that are not obtainable,
including Bonsly and Munchlax, that appears early, ahead of their generation.
These Pokemon are obtained by @jojo12100, and this listing includes:
Salamence in the game's opening Metagross in the game's opening Bingo's Bonsly Battle CD's Mew Beta Starter Jolteon Beta Starter Vaporeon Proto Geodude
Programmed into Pokemon Diamond, Pearl and Platinum Versions, is an unreachable location called the Hall of Origin.
There, players will be able to challenge and potentially capture a level 80 wild Arceus.
However, the key item that would activate an in-game event to reach this place, the Azure Flute, was never released.
Based on an interview with Junichi Masuda with Nintendo World Report in 2013,
it was revealed that the Azure Flute event was thought to be too confusing for players, hence the idea of distributing it was scrapped.
Before the JP Movie Arceus distribution in Gen 6, one of the reasons why this event is much coveted,
with many attempting to get a tweaking method to succeed, is due to the fact that this Arceus can be encountered shiny.
This page contains the Arceus that would have been encountered there, achieved by some form of cheating:
[SPA] Spanish Arceus, credits @suloku [ENG] English Arceus, credits @theSLAYER (TID/SID/OT modded to follow suloku's copy) [KOR] Korean Arceus, credits @theSLAYER [JPN] Japanese Arceus, credits @theSLAYER
To contribute an Arceus of a language not yet contributed, do so here:
By evandixonWinter Celebi (GameStop)
This Celebi was included on the same distribution cartridge as the three GameStop Johto Beasts,
but was replaced with a new one containing the Celebi with the WIN2011 OT before the event began.
While never officially released, some customers and employees were able to receive this Celebi through changing the clock on the DS with the distribution cart.
In HeartGold and SoulSilver, this Celebi can activate an event at Ilex Shrine involving time travel and a battle with the Team Rocket Boss, Giovanni.
When it is sent to Black or White versions via the Relocator, it can be used to meet a Zorua in Castelia City.
Wondercard ID 062 PID Random Games DPP HGSS Type Local Wireless Dates (Unreleased) Nickname CELEBI Gender Genderless Level 50 Nature Random Ability Natural Cure OT GAMESTP SID 10415 Location Pokémon Event Ribbon Classic Ribbon Ball Cherish Ball Held Item Moves Leaf Storm Recover Nasty Plot Healing Wish
Programmed into Pokemon HeartGold & SoulSilver, Nosepass has the egg move Head Smash.
Problem is, in Generation 4, no Pokemon in the Mineral Egg Group was able to learn Head Smash,
so by extension, no one was able to pass along the move to Nosepass.
When Generation 5 came along, the move was removed from Nosepass's inheritable move list.
Despite having Aegislash being able to pass down the move in Generation 6,
this move has yet to make it back into Nosepass's inheritable move list.
This page hosts a Nosepass having the move Head Smash, obtained via Rage/Mimic Glitch,
by getting Ditto to learn the move then passing it down, thanks to @jojo12100.
The author usually doesn't indulge in making fakes, but just for this time round, the author made a few edits to the a GP1 of Jigglypuff to showcase a few presently (as of 2021) unreleased details:
1. Mew from Pokémon GO in Go Park Complex in Let's Go Pikachu & Eevee
2. Shiny Mew from Pokémon GO in Go Park Complex in Let's Go Pikachu & Eevee
When GO to HOME compatibility dropped, it was immediately noticed that Mew could be sent to HOME using this method.
However, GO did not lift the restriction of Mew entering LGPE.
Given that months has passed since the compatibility dropped, and GO never did lift the restriction,
it implies that GO may never allow Mew to be transferred to LGPE.
It is to note that the Mew received via this method will be illegal, even when transferred up.
As an aside, there is no legal way to catch Mew in LGPE.
The only way to obtain a Mew legitimately, is either via purchase of the Poké Ball Plus, or via trade (with someone that has a Mew).
Programmed into Pokemon Gold & Silver, are 3 Pokemon that have Eggs moves, that are normally inaccessible to them.
Back in Generation 2, Egg Mechanics dictates that Pokemon can only learn moves from their fathers.
Below is the breakdown of the Pokemon that have inaccessible egg moves.
Pokemon Moves Explanation Oddish
No Pokemon in the Grass Egg Group can legitimately learn Charm,
hence no legitimate father to pass down the move. Smoochum
Only Pokemon in the Human-Like Egg Group that learns Lovely Kiss is Jynx (100% Female Pokemon),
hence no legitimate father to pass down the move. Staryu
Supersonic Being Genderless species, it can only breed with Ditto (which normally only knows Transform),
hence no legitimate father to pass down the moves.
No Pokemon in the Monster Egg Group can legitimately learn Charm,
hence no legitimate father to pass down the move. Bulbasaur
No Pokemon in the Grass or Monster Egg Groups can legitimately learn Charm,
hence no legitimate father to pass down the move.
These impossible moves would later be removed from Pokemon Crystal.
These are all obtained by getting Ditto to learn the move, then to pass it down, all thanks to @jojo12100.
In Pokémon FireRed, LeafGreen & Emerald, lies a cave named the Altering Cave.
At first glance, all it has are wild Zubat, which makes me people ask "why the heck does this cave even exist to begin with".
As it turns out, there is more to this cave than it meets the eye.
This cave was programmed to make use of special Mystery Gifts, that would allow the wild Pokémon species that appears to be altered.
Sadly, this game feature never had an event to make use of it.
Following it's initial release in Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen, all the Pokémon that could have been caught from here,
could also be encountered in the extended Safari Zone of Pokémon Emerald.
(with the exception of Smeargle: it can be caught in Artisan cave in Battle Frontier)
Despite these Pokémon all being available in Pokémon Emerald, it's not known why this cave was also included for it.
This page hosts the Pokémon that can be encountered in an altered Altering Cave, as well as other means to get them to appear.
This page also holds a custom wonder card, that can be used to cycle through the encounters of Altering Cave, whenever you talk to the deliveryman!
Take note: if you toss/remove the wonder card, the encounters in Altering Cave will be stuck at the last species encountered.
Also note: FireRed/LeafGreen & Emerald have their own wonder cards. FRLG cannot use Emerald wonder card and vice versa.
The encounters that get cycled are (and it wraps back to the start):
Zubat, Mareep, Pineco, Houndour, Teddiursa, Aipom, Shuckle, Stantler, Smeargle.
(ENG FRE GER ITA SPA)
Card is English language,
but works on the
Wonder Card (Hint: You'll need the WC3TOOL to inject wonder cards into your save.)
Also, PKHeX usage:
Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen: Event constant 36
Pokémon Emerald: Event constant 62
Cycling through 0 to 8 in the above given event constant, results in the rotation of the species that appears.
Also, for cheat code usage:
Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen:
Pokémon Emerald Codes:
Credits to the Pokémon: @HaxAras
Credits to codes: @BlackShark
Programmed into Pokemon Diamond, Pearl and Platinum Versions, are event locations called Seabreak Path and Flower Paradise.
After using the event item Oak's Letter, Route 224 gains an extension (Seabreak Path) which will lead the player to Flower Paradise.
There, players will be able to challenge (and potentially capture) a level 30 wild Shaymin.
However, Oak's Letter was never released for Pokemon Diamond and Pearl.
(Pokemon Platinum Version was lucky enough to get the event)
Shaymin encountered in Pokemon Diamond & Pearl will not be considered a fateful encounter,
and will not trigger the Gracidea gift in future games.
The Gracidea itself, can be used on any Shaymin, including ones caught in Pokemon Diamond and Pearl Versions.
This page contains the Shaymin that would have been encountered there, achieved by some form of cheating:
[KOR] Korean Shaymin, credits @theSLAYER
Programmed into Pokemon Diamond, Pearl and Platinum Versions, is the event location Newmoon Island.
After using the event item Member Card, players gain access to the defunct Harbor Inn in Canalave City,
falls asleep enters a "dream state", dreaming of an encounter with Darkrai at Newmoon Island.
Darkrai can be captured in the "dream". If defeated or fled from, it can be rebattled again in the actual location.
Member Card, was never released for Pokemon Diamond and Pearl.
(Pokemon Platinum Version was lucky enough to get the event)
The Darkrai encountered in Pokemon Diamond & Pearl will not be considered a fateful encounter.
(only Shaymin in Platinum gets the Fateful Encounter flag)
This page contains the Darkrai that would have been encountered there, achieved by some form of cheating:
[KOR] Korean Darkrai, credits @theSLAYER
Analysis of the Pokemon Bank gift format shows that it holds WC6FULL files, and can hold up to 6 of them.
The remaining 3, while having it's species dummied out, actually holds data:
What's interesting with the information above is:
1. OT is Satoshi (ASH)
2. All Distribution titles (including for the Regi's) is "Zekrom Present"
3. Fusion Bolt and Haze, are both moves associated with Zekrom (or more specifically, Ash's Zekrom)
4. The inclusion of Light of Ruin and Fairy Gem
Speculating on what the leftover data means:
The data suggests that Ash's Zekrom was initially used for testing,
but the changing of the first move to Eternal Flower Floette's signature move and the inclusion of the Fairy Gem,
hints that Eternal Flower Floette could have been the second round of testing, before getting the Species and Forme data wiped out.
As such, I'm also attaching a modified wonder card to showcase the Eternal Flower Floette.
This Pokémon was first seen as a sketch in AZ's flashback, and later seen as a 3D model after that battle with Pokemon Trainer AZ.
Since then, it was discovered to be a Pokémon with fully programmed data, however was never released to players.
Besides Pokémon X&Y, the data for this Pokémon exists in Pokémon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire, Pokémon Sun & Moon, Pokémon Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon
and also Pokémon Let's Go Pikachu & Eevee (while the species was not available, the data is in the personal_info narc).
Additionally, I also attached a slightly recreated Ash's Zekrom; an re-imagining of the first debugger gift format.
In Pokemon Red, Green, Blue & Yellow, and Pokemon FireRed & LeafGreen,
player's encounter a literal Ghost, the undead spirit of a Marowak, that was killed by Team Rocket as it tries to protect it's young Cubone,
and serves as an obstacle, stopping you from reaching Mr. Fuji at the top of the Lavender Tower, if you did not have the Silph Scope to unmask it's identity.
(yet oddly allowed Team Rocket Grunts to climb up there to stop you and hold Mr. Fuji hostage)
These 2 entries were collected by @jojo12100
In Pokemon Gold, Silver & Crystal, players are able to participate in a Bug-Catching Contest for free, limited to one entry per day, held every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday.
In those games, the encounter slots contains an unused entry for Venomoth.
This Venomoth was encountered, by switching around the encounter slots, done by @jojo12100
In Pokemon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire, players will receive a Cosplay Pikachu, after taking part in a Pokemon Contest Spectacular.
The Cosplay Pikachu comes with it's Hidden Ability Lightning Rod, and an exclusive move that changes with the costume.
Cosplay Pikachu normally cannot be obtained shiny in-game.
Through the power of hacking, theSLAYER obtained a few Cosplay Pikachu that are different from normal.
1. Shininess + Hidden Ability (Lightning Rod)
2. Shininess + Ability Slot 1 (Static)
[these were obtained by changing TID/SID of the Pokemon, to make it shiny. Also, ability changed for non-HA versions]
It's normally impossible to obtain more than one Cosplay Pikachu, and like Spiky-Eared Pikachu,
it cannot be traded (or deposited into Pokemon Bank), and cannot be transferred to future generations.
Pokémon Sun & Moon introduced a variant Pikachu that wear's Ash's Hat (Cap Pikachu) AND
Let's Go Pikachu introduced a variant that is your buddy (Partner Pikachu),
and it's interesting to note they removed shiny coloration for the alternate model that fills the shiny slot,
meaning that Cosplay Pikachu may be the last Pikachu Variant that have Shiny Models, even when shiny locked.
In Pokemon HeartGold & SoulSilver, when players bring an event Shiny Pichu to the shrine at Ilex Forest, players will receive a Spiky-eared Pichu.
The Spiky-eared Pichu comes with the moves Pain Split (unique event move), Volt Tackle (egg move in Gen 4), Swagger (TM move), and Helping Hands (HGSS Move Tutor),
at Lv. 30 holding a Zap Plate, Female, and it cannot be shiny.
Through the power of hacking, theSLAYER obtained a shiny Spiky-eared Pichu.
[this was obtained by changing TID/SID of the Pokemon, to make it shiny.]
It's normally impossible to obtain more than one Spiky-eared Pichu, as it cannot be traded,
and it also cannot be transferred to future generations.
The details below refer to the English file specifically.
Species Pichu Nickname (default, in ) OT PPorg TID 05027 Distribution In-Game Gift Location Ilex Forest Dates Feb 24, 2018 PID Shiny PID Games HeartGold Lv. 30 Nature Naughty Ability Static (1) Item http://projectpokemon.org/images/items/zap_plate.png Zap Plate Moves Helping Hand Volt Tackle Swagger Pain Split
Format Ver.1.0.6-1, Post Updated Date:20180224_0739
Pokemon Black & White introduced a pair of main title games,
where the player could not catch the box mascot Legendary until past the first Elite Four challenge,
and Pokemon Black 2 & White 2 took that idea to a whole new level.
Featured on the boxes of Pokemon Black 2 & White 2, is the same Pokemon, but in 2 different formes: Black Kyurem and White Kyurem.
Their introduction may not have been the first canonical Pokemon fusion (slowpokeXshellder anyone?),
but it certainly was the first for Legendary Pokemon, and they were uncatchable in that state. (normally)
The antagonist that continued to plague Unova, Ghetsis, stole the DNA Splicers,
tricked his foster son N to appear with the legendary Pokemon of Unova,
AND managed to steal N's Pokemon ZekromB2/ReshiramW2 and got Kyurem to fuse together with it.
(the cutscene looked like a dog toying with it's prey, but I digress)
This page hosts the Black Kyurem and White Kyurem, stolen from Ghetsis (karma, lol), by @jojo12100
If you didn't have a Fused Kyurem, these cannot be un-fused;
The separation depends on the the state of the DNA Splicers - which there's 2, hence why it can have different description.
Also depends if there is anything in the Kyurem Fused Slot in your save. (that's how they retain the Zekrom/Reshiram used for fusion)
As per any Black Kyurem/White Kyurem, it cannot be traded, and cannot be transferred to later generations, when it is in the fused state.
Beneath the depths of a European Movie 11 Shaymin distribution cart, exists a debugging Wailord Test Wonder Card.
It's not known what's the purpose of this test card (or having so many test cards, for that matter),
but it's been identified that it has the same distribution text as this test Azure Flute card discovered earlier.
This Wailord is holding a Master Ball, and it's OT is テストポケ, which is translated to Test Poke.
Thanks to @BlackShark and @Purin for bring this to our attention!
[We will not host the Distribution Roms, and it's against the rules to ask us for it!]
[This post has been updated].
Hiding in various distribution ROMs, are various debug cards. Unless their OT/TID/SID widely differs, they are usually similar to their language'd variants.
[We will not host the Distribution Roms, and it's against the rules to ask us for it!]
Information for Bulbasaur:
Information for Litwick:
Information on Darkrai
Liberty Ticket Information
Thanks to @Deoxyz and @Purin for bringing this to our attention!
[We will not host the Distribution Roms, and it's against the rules to ask us for it!]
This page ignores any uncatchables introduced via Max Raid Events.
Slumbering Weald Skwovet x2 - These are forced encounters. At this point of the game, player has no balls.
Slumbering Weald Rookidee - Another forced encounter. At this point of the game, player has no balls.
Slumbering Weald Zacian (SW) / Zamazenta (SH) - Appears in the fog as a fog/illusion thing, which the player is unable to land hits. At this point of the game, player has no balls. I can't be sure, but I think the bag option doesn't show up.
Tower Summit Eternamax Eternatus - When captured using alternative EncounterScenarios, it retains the Eternamax form (until game is switched off)
Turffield Stadium Tsareena - Crazed Dynamax'd mon in post game. Normally cannot be caught.
Hulbury Stadium Gyarados - Crazed Dynamax'd mon in post game. Normally cannot be caught.
Motostoke Stadium Torkoal - Crazed Dynamax'd mon in post game. Normally cannot be caught.
Circhester Stadium Gigalith (SW) / Froslass (SH) - Crazed Dynamax'd mon in post game. Normally cannot be caught.
Stow-on-side Stadium Conkeldurr (SW) / Dusknoir (SH) - Crazed Dynamax'd mon in post game. Normally cannot be caught.
Hammerlocke Stadium Haxorus - Crazed Dynamax'd mon in post game. Normally cannot be caught.
Honeycalm Island Vespiquen (tree) - Part of the story to get the Max Honey. Normally cannot be caught.
Dyna Tree Hill Greedent (tree) - Attacks the player when the Dyna Tree was shaken. Normally cannot be caught.
??? Victini - Leftover/unused encounter in the game. By changing the EncounterID from a known encounter to the EncounterID of this, I'm able to force this encounter slot to appear. Not known if it is meant for testing or was intended as an encounter at some point. The met location of this file has been wiped.
??? Kubfu - Leftover/unused encounter in the game. By changing the EncounterID from a known encounter to the EncounterID of this, I'm able to force this encounter slot to appear. Not known if it is meant for testing or was intended as an encounter at some point. The met location of this file has been wiped.
??? Poipole - Leftover/unused encounter in the game. By changing the EncounterID from a known encounter to the EncounterID of this, I'm able to force this encounter slot to appear. Not known if it is meant for testing or was intended as an encounter at some point. The met location of this file has been wiped.
??? Cosmog - Leftover/unused encounter in the game. By changing the EncounterID from a known encounter to the EncounterID of this, I'm able to force this encounter slot to appear. Not known if it is meant for testing or was intended as an encounter at some point. The met location of this file has been wiped.
Note: Crossed out entries are not obtained as of this post.