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    PKHeX is a save editor for core-series Pokémon games. With it, users can manipulate various save files including: .sav, .dsv, .dat, .gci, .raw, and .bin types. PKHeX can also read and write: .pk files, which are individual Pokémon files, and .pgt, .pcd, .pgf, .wc, which are Mystery Gift files.

    Version 22.02.04 of PKHeX has been released, introducing support for Pokemon Legends Arceus.

    As an additional note, please be mindful of fake versions of PKHeX around the Internet. The definitive downloads will be from ProjectPokemon.org (be careful of fake URLs), or self-compiled from GitHub.

     

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    22/02/04 - New Update:
     - Introducing Pokémon Legends: Arceus support! Thanks @SciresM, @sora10pls, @Lusamine, @architdate, @ReignOfComputer for troubleshooting!
     - - Initial Legality Checking is provided. Please refer to the forums when reporting legality issues for PLA parsing.
     - - Save Data is similar to SW/SH; a pokedex, trainer, inventory, and block data editor are provided.
     - - Encounter legality has been reverse engineered & modeled to pre-compute possible met locations for overworld interactables.
     - Added:
     - - Gen8 BDSP wild encounters are now generated with RNG patterns matching the game. Thanks @Lusamine !
     - - Gen8 BDSP xorshift RNG implemented, now available for PKHeX.Core referencing.
     - - Gen8 BDSP zone unlock cheat to fly to all locations. Thanks @sora10pls !
     - - Gen8 BDSP named constant for BDSP swarms for the event editor. Thanks @MewTracker !
     - Changed:
     - - Internal asset loading speed has been improved (more friendly to the runtime's garbage collector).
     - - Internal value read/writes now work correctly for Big Endian runtimes.
     - - Internal value read/writes are now allocation-free; memory allocation for strings has been reduced drastically too.
     - - Clicking stat labels now changes nature amplification. Refer to the shortcut list for more info.
     - Fixed:
     - - Gen8 BDSP in-game trades are now checked for EC/PID legality.
     - - Gen4 DPPt Swarm & Safari seeds now read/write correctly. Thanks @edo9300 !
     - - Gen4 feeding a single low-quality poffin no longer indicates invalid sheen. Thanks Jollygator !
     - - Gen3 Item quantity reads now behave correctly. Thanks @MichiS97 (dev build bug)!
     - - Gen3 Shadow Monitor now reads all species correctly. Thanks @Mutty99 !
     - - Gen2 Odd Eggs and E-Speed Dratini now recognize correctly prior to transfer. Thanks @N-Harmonik !
     - - Gen1/2 Evolution chains now return a more accurate min/max level for each stage. Thanks @Ninjistix !
     - - Handled more oddball encounters. Thanks @Skadiv & @Ninjistix !

     

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    6 minutes ago, PLAFiles said:

    Per quale gioco?....

    Presumo Legends: Arceus. In tal caso, PKHeX deve essere aggiornato poiché il nuovo aggiornamento di Arceus ha modificato le dimensioni del file SAV.

    sorry but you would know when it should come out ? 

    thanks 

     

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    Just now, rattoancestrale said:

    sorry but you would know when it should come out ? 

    thanks 

     

    Nope! nobody but the devs do :) When it's out, it's out basically.

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    I'm just looking for a way to transfer my Pokemon collection in PKHeX to HOME, even if it's not done directly.

    I actually installed Pokemon HOME on my mobile device, I don't even have a Switch yet. Would connecting my mobile device to my computer allow such passage?

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    4 hours ago, RanchBurner said:

    I'm just looking for a way to transfer my Pokemon collection in PKHeX to HOME, even if it's not done directly.

    There isn't a way to do so directly.

    Your only hopes would be to edit save files that the mons can be found in, then send them in via PKHeX.

    For example, if a mon only exists in SWSH, you gotta edit a SWSH save file then send it in.

    4 hours ago, RanchBurner said:

    I actually installed Pokemon HOME on my mobile device, I don't even have a Switch yet. Would connecting my mobile device to my computer allow such passage?

    No information about this exists publicly at this time.
    There is potential to spoof HOME's commands to do that, but I don't even know if that info exists. Plus even then it's a huge ban risk.

     

    Edit: @RanchBurner it seems all you've done on the forum is to make posts relating to spoofing/fake trading/direct injection to HOME.

    I would suggest you stop. Such a method is not known to exist.
    Unless you're some sort of technical wizz, I suggest you don't bother to try.

    Consider going to reddit and something to try to find someone to inject mons for you then slowly trade to your on HOME one by one;
    while we do have a requests Pokemon page, it doesn't see any traction. People rarely want to commit to something time consuming. :/

     

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    @theSLAYERIf nothing else, I'll retire this "career" with roms covering generations 3-7. Eight years, on and off, but sometimes it's better to start over, right?

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    3 hours ago, RanchBurner said:

    @theSLAYERIf nothing else, I'll retire this "career" with roms covering generations 3-7. Eight years, on and off, but sometimes it's better to start over, right?

    I hope by ROMs you mean games you actually purchased and subsequently dumped yourself. otherwise it’s piracy. And if so we legally won’t be able to assist you.

    Tho in any case, AFAIK there isn’t any publicly revealed PC -> HOME that doesn’t involve a Switch. Maybe someone has the info privately, but if it isn’t revealed publicly then the info doesn’t exist. You’re frankly better off using a combination of the 3DS + Switch to transfer whatever entries..

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    @theSLAYERNothing purchased, nothing dumped. I don't even understand how dumping works. But I already figured I was eventually gonna have to return to the paid stuff anyway.

    Don't waste your energy, even if such transfers were possible. In fact, I'm now eager to delete my Citra, roms and save game files at your prompt. Give it anytime.

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