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I'm pretty sure the gen 3 hall of fame stores stripped data and not the full pkm. Other gens might be different, here's an editor for gen 4:

 
Don't know about the video data, but from what I read chances are it does store full teams, as it seems to reproduce the entire battle and it would need at least the stats of the pokemon, but maybe they stripped the data and only store full stats.

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10 minutes ago, suloku said:

I'm pretty sure the gen 3 hall of fame stores stripped data and not the full pkm. Other gens might be different, here's an editor for gen 4:

 
Don't know about the video data, but from what I read chances are it does store full teams, as it seems to reproduce the entire battle and it would need at least the stats of the pokemon, but maybe they stripped the data and only store full stats.

Urgh, so bad... I really wanted to get back some Pokémon from my Emerald that I transfered to gen 4, there isn't any form to get back Pokémon from gen 4/5/6/7 to the 3?

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Gen 3 Hall of Fame only stores TID/SID, PID and Nickname of your Pokemon, nothing more unfortunately.

Though you might be able to recover your Pokemon as Pal Park doesn't delete the whole Pokemon data. It only sets the species ID to zero. So if you didn't move any other Pokemon onto the box slot, where the Pokemon you want to recover was before the transfer, it's data should still be there.

You can search your Pokemon by it's PID in a hex editor.

If you found your Pokemon save it's 80 Bytes into a new file. The problem now is that you can't load the Pokemon in PKHeX directly as it's species ID is invalid. So you have to decrypt it and fix the species ID at offset 0x20 as well as the checksum at 0x1C manually. Then PKHeX will be able to load it again.

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On 16/4/2017 at 6:49 PM, BlackShark said:

Gen 3 Hall of Fame only stores TID/SID, PID and Nickname of your Pokemon, nothing more unfortunately.

Though you might be able to recover your Pokemon as Pal Park doesn't delete the whole Pokemon data. It only sets the species ID to zero. So if you didn't move any other Pokemon onto the box slot, where the Pokemon you want to recover was before the transfer, it's data should still be there.

You can search your Pokemon by it's PID in a hex editor.

If you found your Pokemon save it's 80 Bytes into a new file. The problem now is that you can't load the Pokemon in PKHeX directly as it's species ID is invalid. So you have to decrypt it and fix the species ID at offset 0x20 as well as the checksum at 0x1C manually. Then PKHeX will be able to load it again.

I don't know how to do that, maybe someone can do a little program for that? It would be amazing!

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@BlackShark can you make a little tutorial with images or something, I don't really know how to transform the Pokémon, I don't know which are the species ID and I don't find the 0x1C checksum >.<

If you or anyone do a little program to convert 4 PKM files into 3 PKM ones it would be my hero hahaha.

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