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  1. Southern Island Latios

    In Pokémon Sapphire & Pokémon Emerald (when player selected Red at the TV at home when first entering Hall of Fame),
    with the Eon Ticket (received from event in real life then from Norman in-game RS; received from Ruby & Sapphire via Record Mixing E),
    players get to visit Southern Island and encounter the Legendary Latios.

    Latios is the other Euo duo that wasn't roaming in the player's game, and it is holding the Soul Dew.

    For players that wants to activate the event without Injecting the Mystery Event (EN/JP)RS/Gift Record Mixing (save)RS, read about the event flags here.

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  2. Southern Island Latias

    In Pokémon Ruby & Pokémon Emerald (when player selected Blue at the TV at home when first entering Hall of Fame),
    with the Eon Ticket (received from event in real life then from Norman in-game RS; received from Ruby & Sapphire via Record Mixing E),
    players get to visit Southern Island and encounter the Legendary Latias.

    Latias is the other Euo duo that wasn't roaming in the player's game, and it is holding the Soul Dew.

    For players that wants to activate the event without Injecting the Mystery Event (EN/JP)RS/Gift Record Mixing (save)RS, read about the event flags here.

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  3. Birth Island Deoxys

    Using the Aurora Ticket received from events on their copy of Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen games,
    players gain access to the Birth Island, and get a chance to capture the Mythical Deoxys!
    Do note that the Aurora Ticket was never distributed to the Japanese copies of Pokémon Emerald Version.
    For players who rather not use the Mystery Gift to activate the event, simply use PKHeX's Event Flags > Research, and
    For Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen: Check Flag 2122 and Flag 2123 , then proceed to add an Aurora Ticket into the Key Items of the Bag.
    For Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen, having the National Dex and Rainbow Pass may be required. More event flags here.

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  4. Navel Rock Lugia

    Using the Mystic Ticket received from events on their copy of Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen, or Pokémon Emerald games,
    players gain access to the Navel Rock, and get a chance to capture the Legendary Lugia!

    For players who rather not use the Mystery Gift to activate the event, simply use PKHeX's Event Flags > Research, and
    For Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen: Check Flag 2122 and 2123
    For Pokémon Emerald: Check Flag 0315 and 2272
    then proceed to add a Mystic Ticket into the Key Items of the Bag.

    For Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen, having the National Dex and Rainbow Pass may be required. More event flags here.

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  5. Navel Rock Ho-Oh

    Using the Mystic Ticket received from events on their copy of Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen, or Pokémon Emerald games,
    players gain access to the Navel Rock, and get a chance to capture the Legendary Ho-Oh!
    For players who rather not use the Mystery Gift to activate the event, simply use PKHeX's Event Flags > Research, and
    For Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen: Check Flag 2122 and 2123
    For Pokémon Emerald: Check Flag 0315 and 2272
    then proceed to add a Mystic Ticket into the Key Items of the Bag.

    For Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen, having the National Dex and Rainbow Pass may be required. More event flags here.

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  6. Faraway Island Mew

    The Old Sea Map was only available as an event Key Item exclusively for players with a Japanese copy of Pokémon Emerald,
    which allowed players to reach the Faraway Island, and ultimately battle the Mythical Mew.

    For players who rather not use the Mystery Gift to activate the event, simply use PKHeX's Event Flags > Research, and
    For Pokémon Emerald: Check Flag 0316 and 2262, then proceed to add a Old Sea Map into the Key Items of the Bag.

    This is the only Mew that can be encountered shiny legitimately. (excluding hacks or glitches)
    ウルトラ Mew was a regular encounter, non-shiny.
    ポケパ-ク Mew was RNG obtained by @suloku and @St. GIGA (and the OT was meant to mimic the PokePark event, and also Flawless IVs)
    アイコ Mew was RNG obtained by @InsaneNutter
         Species   Mew   Nickname   (default, in )   OT   (recipient)   TID   (recipient)   Distribution   In-Game Encounter   Location   Faraway Island   Dates   (Various)   PID   Chance of Shiny   Games   Emerald                                                                Lv. 30    Nature   Random   Ability   Synchronize   Item   None    Moves       Pound   Transform   Mega Punch   Metronome
      Format Ver.1.0.6-2, Post Updated Date:20180512_0857

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