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  1. Added a flag in Settings you can toggle for the Entity Editor to show Gender in Gen1 contexts. https://github.com/kwsch/PKHeX/commit/b60648627a53c3dc12799f0d91d2cc7a0061aa02 Currently only in the development build, but will be available in future releases.
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  2. Version 24.3.27+34

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    An experimental build of PKHeX meant for testing changes since the last stable release, and is not intended for general consumption. This may make certain features inoperable or corrupt your save file. Make backups of your saves before using. Use at your own risk. Looking for where to download PKHeX? Click here!
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  3. Version 24.03.26

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    Pokémon core series save editor, programmed in C#. Supports the following files: Save files ("main", *.sav, *.dsv, *.dat, *.gci) GameCube Memory Card files (.raw, .bin) containing GC Pokémon savegames. Individual Pokémon entity files (.pk*) Mystery Gift files (.pgt, .pcd, .pgf, .wc*) including conversion to .pk* Importing teams from Battle Videos Transferring from one generation to another, converting formats along the way. Data is displayed in a view which can be edited and saved. The interface can be translated with resource/external text files so that different languages can be supported. Pokémon Showdown sets and QR codes can be imported/exported to assist in sharing. We do not support or condone cheating at the expense of others. Do not use significantly hacked Pokémon in battle or in trades with those who are unaware hacked Pokémon are in use. FAQ Support Forum <-- Post here if you have questions or found bugs
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  4. Pokemon Azure Platinum is the project I've been working on for the last year-or-so! This game makes you rediscover the Sinnoh Region while incorporating elements of the anime series and by making the game harder to give a bigger challenge to the player. In this new adventure, you play as a Pokémon trainer that has the goal of becoming the Pokemon Master of the Sinnoh Region. During your adventure, you will meet many friends, rivals and ennemies as well as stronger and rarer Pokemon. Note: This game is available in English / and in French Screenshots: STORY CHANGES: New characters and story-arcs of the Pokemon Diamond and Pearl anime have been added: You will meet new characters of the Pokemon Diamond and Pearl anime You will participate in new tournaments inspired by those of the anime You will meet key characters of the franchise that didn't appear in the original game The postgame has been largely expanded and you will be able to participate in Operation AZURE, an Sinnohian equivalent of the Delta Episode, which will lead you to the legendary Pokemon Arceus During your adventure, you will be able to catch all 493 Pokémon of the 4 first generations Some moves from future generations have been implemented (High Horsepower, Volt Switch, Solar Blade, ...) Some moves such as OHKO Moves or status moves have been reworked to make them fairer BATTLE CHANGES: Trainer battles have been overhauled to give you a more exciting experience: Every trainer possesses a new team with more Pokémon, stronger Pokémon, as well as optimal items and movesets Many trainers are now mandatory, you cannot walk past them without fighting them anymore New bosses have been added to fill some of the more empty areas of the game You cannot use any healing or boosting item during a battle Set Mode is mandatory and will make you play on an equal footing with the AI A progressive hard Level Cap has been implemented, your Pokemon's levels cannot be higher than those of the next boss A Nuzlocke Mode is available, preventing you from healing fainted Pokémon Your Pokemon do not gain EVs The level 100 postgame will make you fight a multitude of overpowered trainers around the Sinnoh Region. Some might even use legendary Pokemon... OTHER CHANGES: You possess a Porta-PC with functionnalities that expand during the story. No need to go back to the Pokecenter to heal and change your team ! The game has been greatly sped up : the framerate is now uncapped and healthbars scroll way quicker than in the original game You can buy an infinite number of Rare Candies so you don't have to grind for hours Every TM is unlimited-use The need for HM-use has been greatly reduced KNOWN BUGS: DOWNLOAD/DOCUMENTATION/CREDITS: Google Drive Folder Discord server Both game and documentation are available in English / and French If you want to chat with the community or encounter a problem you can join my Discord server.
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  5. The Masuda method was introduced in Gen 6. In previous generations having a foreign Ditto won't change anything.
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  6. The link above when this thread was originally created is to the Plugin Pile which contains the latest version of Sorting Plugin. What you found was the archived version of the old project which states to go to the Plugin Pile for the latest version. The latest version of the Plugin Pile is 1.7.1 and when you get the correct version it should work for you. GitHub link: https://github.com/foohyfooh/PKHeXPluginPile
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  7. Here you have Pokemon - Leaf Green Version (Rev 1).sav
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  8. If you have CFW on the Switch and SWSH, there’s a loophole where you can move Gen 3-7 captured mons into HOME, provided those species exist in SWSH. Otherwise you’ll need someone to move them in for you.. which isn’t really a good idea for involved parties.
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  9. Saori Bidoof and Ari Bidoof are available in trade circulation, I think some of them might be posted somewhere on this site in gen 4 pkm format. They're fairly common, I have them but I'm more of a trader and researcher rather than posting things for free. During my research, I can tell you that most Norii Bidoof and Ori Bidoof you'll find are fake. The Norii Bidoof was lost in time to the gen 4 traders, I've been trying to contact them myself since some were friends I used to know, but I haven't gotten any response. Ori Bidoof, I know of only 1 person who has it but they don't trade their pkm files anymore.
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  10. Try this Had to clear boxes 27+ but it doesn't seem you had anything in them anyway. main
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  11. I've created a romhack called The Sacred Wings for Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky! A unique story that tells the tale of a Growlithe and Flygon that move into a place on the Grass Continent called Cherri Town. It is a multi-chapter romhack with 9 chapters planned and 1 currently completed. Chapter 1 is around 20-30 minutes and features a dungeon and one boss fight. xDelta patcher is required along with a clean rom Pokemon Mystery Dungeon - The Sacred Wings Chapter 1.zip
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  12. I hotfixed the exe shortly after release with a fix for some channel recognition; can you confirm if it is flagged on latest release (or current dev build)? https://github.com/kwsch/PKHeX/commit/bf476f4de55217b4713027677b4fc1277a3562c8
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  13. Art by: toloveL Before I start and go anywhere further, please be aware this will be a very long text, and there's a lot to cover. Still, it was an exciting adventure, and it will be rewarding to read it to the end. This is also from my Perspective, but since there are other people involved, they might share theirs as well. Keep that in mind. This is also a very compressed version of the story, since it was a long one. I have detailed everything into a 20-page document with more details, but I still didn't have the time to proper edit it. So, I might do it later. Earlier this year I was bored, and since I always loved Pokémon and Pokémon events, I started to research and read more about Pokémon archivism. This ended up with i getting to know about the first ever Pokémon distributed via event: The Legendary Offer Mew, from April 1996. I am sure many of you know about it already, but for those who don't: In April 1996, the first ever Pokémon distribution event was hosted by the Japanese magazine, “CoroCoro”. The event was made as a prize-draw where chosen players sent their Pokémon Red or Green cartridge to GameFreak, after they correctly answered a question from the magazine prompt. 20 players from this first Pokémon distribution were selected as winners to receive the first ever Mythical Pokémon: Mew. By the end of CoroCoro’s contest, more than 78,000 players had applied to win a Mew. In the end, as promised, 20 players were chosen and have been given one Mew each. Due to its scarcity, the “Legendary Offer” Mew is considered by most Pokémon Event archivists to be one of the rarest Pokémon ever distributed. Although many sources, including Bulbapedia, state that the winners were named in the July 1996 issue of the magazine, the exact names and other details of these winners cannot be found online, as of the time of writing this report. It is said that GameFreak generated only 20 Mew to be distributed, by-hand, on a computer software that they developed just for this event. It has been speculated that the very first CoroCoro Mew event was made as a last-minute publicity stunt, due to the unexpected, massive popularity the original Gen 1 Pokémon games received after many Japanese kids discovered Mew through glitches. This specific Mew was coded by Mr. Shigeki Morimoto on his own PC, and then traded with the winner cartridges using a regular link cable. According to Bulbapedia, this specific “Legendary Offer” Mew… was level 5 only had move, “Pound” when traded over gen 2, would always hold a bitter berry had an OT (Original Trainer) of コロコロ or, “CoroCoro,” in English. had an ID number that ranged from 00001 to 00020. To common knowledge, only 20 of those were ever given away by Game Freak. which made this search exceedingly difficult. Unlike modern Pokémon cartridges, Gen 1 and 2 games had the save data that only lasted as long as the physical battery in each cartridge. Once the battery in the cartridge died, the save with all of its progress, unfortunately, was lost forever. The only speculated ways that a Mew could be found in modern times would have been one of the following: If a player had the proper technology to back up their save data, externally, and either change the battery on their cartridge or send the .sav file to a computer. -If a player traded Mew to Pokémon Stadium for safe keeping. -If a player traded Mew to other Pokémon Gen 1 and 2 games while they changed their original game’s cartridge battery. -Through cloning or other glitch exploits. -If a player’s original save file with Mew somehow lasted all these 26 years with the original battery in-tact. However, this would clearly be the most unlikely way of finding one of these 20 Mew… I then went on a journey to search for this Mew. Or at least, what happened to one of those Mew, which for me held immense historical importance for the franchise. Long story short: I found a reddit post on r/lostmedia from another user, called Viskeroo. He was dead serious in finding this Mew, and i decided to help. Keep in mind this post was pretty much dead for 2 months until I found it. I posted a reply and wait. The post itself was not of much use in the start, there were a lot of people saying stuff, and even someone that claimed to have lots of Green Japanese cartridges to look for this Pokémon. I ve kept in contact with the original poster, and we made our own personal research on the matter. I ended up in a thread in Project Pokémon from ajxpk, which ended up giving more data on the entire thing. Fast forward some days, and I decided to look for the names of the winners. Most of sources said they were revealed in the July 1996 issue of the CoroCoro Magazine. And then, I dived into a CoroCoro archive of digitalized magazines with an extremely detailed use of Google Lens and help of a friend from Japan. I didn't find anything at all, that was the harsh way to find that most of the sources got it wrong, and the names of the winners were never shown in the July 1996 CoroCoro. I even look on other issues, but it also returned nothing. My friend explained that Japan is strict about sharing the identities of children, which may have been a possible explanation for the lack of information about the winners in CoroCoro. By May, I even tried to contact Dr. Lava from YouTube and Twitter. Although Dr. Lava replied, the search went cold again. The original OP from the r/lostmedia post even returned and we discussed resuming the search or trying to contact the CoroCoro publisher, but, again, it ended up not going anywhere, since the language barrier was too great. And then everything changed, on July the 14th, 2022 My comment on the original r/lostmedia thread had received a new reply from a user, called u/AkonnWalker. Akonn went on detail about how he bought a Pokémon Green cartridge in Barcelona, Spain on late 2020. In early January 2022 Akonn noticed the game had a save, and then started to mess with it. He noticed a ''weird Mew'' which his friend said it could be special, since Mew were not easy to obtain on the 90s. He also thought the sprite was very funny, and so he took a picture of it and uploaded to Imgur: About it he said: ''After some investigation and asking in forums it kind of looks like one of those mews you are looking for, i got the game copy and box from an old market here in barcelona, if you guys want more information feel free to ask!'' Akonn found the thread on r/lostmedia because he was on his own personal research on the topic of old special Mew. At this time, I could not believe my own eyes. Looking up the ID number and OT it seemed to be a perfect match! If it was correct, this could be the 16th Mew given out on that event. I immediately tried to contact Akonn, and for my surprise we got in touch pretty quickly. We talked a little about the purchase, and the history of the cartridge. He also provided pictures of the receipt of the purchase, as well from the game case. (Since it was paid for using an app, via money transfer. There was no physical receipt, but he found the purchase history) Akonn made a detailed post about its findings on PokéCommunity. And, soon enough, other users from the forum were attracted to the thread, all of them seemed to have the same idea as myself— This Mew could, indeed, be it. The forum users were also keen on the idea of making a backup of the save file and dumping it on the internet. It was for sure, very important to have a backup to preserve the save. So, the next step in this investigation was to back up the save data. Which Akonn did, by buying a cartridge reader. He bought a Jrodrigo Flasher, as indicated in the PokéCommunity forum by other users. This was a piece of equipment that could read, and back up save files from Game Boy Cartridges. Despite the excitement, I was not entirely convinced that it was a genuine Mew but was also not-so-sure that it was fake, either. I was at least sure that Akonn’s posts were older than the initial one at r/lostmedia, which seemed to help verify Akonn’s story. As they chatted, it was clear that, if the Mew was not legit, it probably was not Akonn’s fault, but from whoever previously had owned the cartridge. This was because everything Akonn said matched up; the dates matched up pretty well, the events he was describing were also too specific to be made up easily. It all seemed to match up. By Akonn’s original post on Reddit, I could reach some Pokémon archivists that were mentioned there. The first one he tried to contact was Mewisme700 on Instagram. Her work is amazing, and she kindly pointed me to talk with her friend, known in the community as toloveL. I found toloveL on twitter, and immediately fell in love with her work, after extensively reading through her posts, Tiktok and other stuff to make sure that she was the right person. She’s very interested in Pokémon preservation and was absolutely the best one to reach in this case. She had previous experience with preservation as part of her work to preserve the memory of the Pokémon Center New York City. toloveL was interested in helping to determine if the Mew was legit, and also put me in contact with other two archivists and active members of the community that could also help. Those were Gridelin and Sabresite. In no time a discord chat was set up, and we all started to do our best to verify the Mew in question. Akonn sent the save file to Gridelin, which started to work right away. Gridelin also asked Ajxpk, to help. With that, the team was assembled. (I am sure most of you know those community members very well, so I don't need to properly introduce them, right?) Firsthand, nothing on the cartridge seems suspect, or on Mew. The team agreed that hacked Pokémon on that save file would make the chances of the Mew being hacked very high. But they could not find any hacked monsters in that file. The data was also checking with what we had of info about the real ones. But in the end, we did not have another Mew from that event to compare to, so it was hard to tell. It was agreed that Ajxpk could help to verify the save, and possibly have some notion of any abnormality on it, and after it could be possible to bring all the evidence together, and at least try to say for sure what the team had been dealing with. Here the group also noted that Mew was played with. A lot. It was level 100 and had learned HM moves. It adds as interesting evidence, because that’s exactly what a kid would do with a Mew. The Licktung Arc Ok, so the >Licktung< part of the research is not exactly fully relevant for the Mew case. Anyways, it was such an interesting part of the case that it had to be put here. Enjoy: After looking up the save file, the only thing that seemed suspicious was a certain Lv 100 Licktung on the party. Gridelin’s software (he was using PkHex to analyze the Pokémon data) was not able to read Licktung’s OT name. Displaying in its place a ‘’*’’’. This could be a bad sign. The reason the team looked it up, as explained earlier is that any hacked or suspicious Pokémon in the save file would hurt the Mew chances to be legit. So it had to be done. The quick conclusion was that it could be a hacked Licktung, but in the end it seemed to be just PkHex acting up because of its Japanese name, since when looked at in-game, nothing seemed wrong. The group had ruled that out, believing instead that was PkHex not reading the Japanese characters on the OT’s name. That’s when things get weird… And this search goes to places none of us, never in our lives expected it to go. First, Licktung here is at Lv 100. This is unusual for this kind of save, because there are no real reasons to train a Licktung up to this level. (At least not from the team’s point of view, but nothing can be said for sure) toloveL then explained that Licktung was kind of a meme in Japan at the time, and it's for the same reasons it was a meme here. It's a weird Pokémon that licks things, and has a big tongue. You know. The thing that caught the group’s attention the most in this Pokémon, however, was its name. It was not Licktung’s Japanese name on it, but rather a nickname. It was: なめぞう when translated it goes as ‘’Namezou’’. When you google Namezou, you end up finding that… That’s the name of a hentai artist. And I say: This is important for the search, because after some dirty research, we just found that Namezou's earlier work uploaded on the western internet dated back from 2003. This don't exactly match up with the Mew's age, so that's something. At that point in time, the Mew Recovery Team was in standby mode. The group need to wait Ajxpk word on the matter, and they were absent at the time. So, me, toloveL, Akonn and Gridelin continued to investigate Licktung for the time being. Eventually however, toloveL found out on the Japanese web that it seems this name was pretty popular in Licktung for some reason. She found many videos, screenshots, of plenty of Licktung having this same nickname in many games. Then it hit the team: A YouTube video confirmed the origin of this Licktung: In Pokémon Green, this is the very Licktung a player can get via trade on route 18… This means, this Pokémon was given by an NPC. This also meant that Game Freak named an NPC Pokémon after a hentai artist, Japan memes it to this day and the west did not find out about it somehow. The team burst some laughs finding this out. Anyways, the fact that this Licktung was leveled up to max, still meant that our boy Namezou here was used, and a lot by its original owner. This would match with the Licktung meme in Japan, that very few westerns had known until now. This could be evidence in favor of the cartridge not being tempered with. Just played by some Japanese kid. It's absolutely possible the kid knew about the Licktung meme, and found it funny to have it on its party with a maxed level. For the team, that’s a pretty believable behavior from a kid playing with this cartridge, in the late 90s. We then waited Ajxpk word on the matter. But at the end of the Licktung investigation the team agreed that the Mew could very well be fake but still, lots of very small and specific things would be very hard to think of if you were to fake it. Also, there was still not a good reason the group could think on why someone would do that, and not take the chance to make easy cash, for example. In the end of the day, those were just conjecturing the team was throwing around, and investigating. Everyone agreed Ajxpk word was very much needed to continue the investigation. But in the meantime, Gridelin and Akonn talked about the origins of the cartridge, who sold it, where it was sold, etc… As stated earlier in the text, Akonn provided the information that it was bought in some kind of flea market, by a guy with a French accent, and it was located in Mercat de San Antoni in Barcelona, Spain. Akonn also said that as far as he knows, this seller bought the game from a Japanese couple he knew. I asked about the seller’s contact info, but Akonn said he did not have it, given the nature of this kind of flea market. At this point, the team was not 100% sure, but the evidence was leaning towards the Mew being legit. The group however, never excluded the idea it could be a clone, this is important to have in mind as well. The paper saga, Enter Ajxpk! Later that week, Ajxpk joined the team and began their own analysis of the Mew data and save file. But they already pointed out most of the old events had a sticker that helped to identify it was part of an event. Akonn’s cartridge was missing. Right away, Ajxpk stated that it would be impossible to know for sure just with the data the team has. They needed more concrete evidence, so they started to ponder about the physical stuff that the event could have. The first thing was the sticker. Another piece of physical evidence that could help, would be an instruction paper. Ajxpk told the team that back in the day of those old events, participants would get instruction paperwork, containing messages and overall information that could be useful. The october 1997 event had a paper that surfaced on Twitter in 2021. Ajxpk showed the team, as a means to know what they should look for: Immediately I started to run through the pictures Akonn sent earlier, the box pictures, the packaging, the cartridge, and also questioned him about any suspicious piece of paper he could have missed. But the hopes were pretty dim at that time. Ajxpk even stated that he believed that could be the case of the Mew being traded over, and the physical evidence being lost. But still, it was not possible to verify its authenticity without the physical evidence for him. Akonn was not at his home at the time, and we needed him to go home and see if there was any suspicious paper in the packaging. But eventually, He remembered something. He said that actually, he remembered a piece of paper that came in the packaging with the game, one that had a small screenshot of a Pokémon party on it, and Japanese writing. At the time, he had ruled it as just a merchandising pamphlet. The next day Akonn sent a picture of the paper. Everyone was shocked, because at first glance, it matched exactly on what the team expected. It was pretty much degraded, but not yellowed which meant it was not exposed to sunlight, being all this time probably tucked inside the packaging. Thanks to toloveL's experience with preservation of old documents, and paperwork, the team could guide Akonn on how to properly handle the paper without daggering to destroy it. After all, it could very well be 26 years old! Akonn gave more details on how the paper was when he found it. According to him, it was inside the packaging, behind the booklet. In some cases, Andy put the paper inside the paper box, but that was not how it came with it. HE also reported a very small water damage on the booklet, but this did not affect the Mew paper in any way, according to him. Meanwhile, Ajxpk was scanning the image to text, so we could have total access to what was written on that paper. He noticed it was slightly different from the second letter. Me and toloveL were interested in knowing more about the differences between those two. That would be important do determine if the Mew paper could be a copy of the second one, or a mockery. Ajxpk was the first to bring up an incomplete sentence in the letter. It seems one of the instructions was missing a part, as if the person typing it just… forgot to continue it. The others also noticed the screenshot in Akonn’s paper was somewhat different from the other one. There was also an extra sentence in the second letter. The letter from October also continued the sentence our paper cut. Now, this could say anything. Probably the second letter would have a bit more work put into it, and maybe they decided to change something. Yet, some things seemed amiss. This made me decide to question Akonn again about the entirety of the paper’s timeline with him. But in the end, it was possible to verify Andy was not at home when Ajxpk brought the paper up, as stated earlier, and Andy spent the entirety of that night in a friend’s house at a party. Akonn had sent me a picture of him in the pool with his friends the night before. So... he did not temper with the paper, or at least he could not at that night. As far as I know, he was also very far away from home to be able to do that in one night. So, it was extremely unlikely Akonn had the time to fake something so specific during a party night. One could argue he could have faked it beforehand but given the second letter just emerged in early 2021, and he provided a receipt of the cartridge being bought in 2020, this was also extremely unlikely. The team also noticed wrinkles in the paper. This was first brought up by Sabersite. The wrinkles did not match with the paper being stored in a tiny box. toloveL said that by her work-related experience, those wrinkles could be the result of just movement. Taking the cartridge out of the box and putting it again on it could very well cause some wrinkles. There was at some point the idea of carbon dating the paper. But this tech is not easily accessible to normal, day-to-day civilian people. I tried to contact my fiancée, who is a chemistry student, and the labs from her university could have this tech accessible at their labs. Sadly, that was also not the case. It also could be that the paper was faked in 1996 or circa 1996, so the carbon dating would be futile. Sabresite asked a friend who speaks japanese to help with the text, there was a sentence that was cut, but the text seemed to be very natural. The differences with the second letter being the screenshot used in the August 96 paper, and the one used in the October, also the font seemed to be different and there was a space in a word, where it should not be. Then we thought to verify on how this paper could have been done. And this is another weird turn of events, but we ended up asking ourselves if this was typed in a typewriter. I ended up in a discord server of Typewriter enthusiasts. After some time, we ruled out the possibility of a typewriter. But it was indeed a very weird way to spend my late night Saturday, talking about typewriting for long hours. Shout outs to all the typewriters in the world. In a second analysis of the sentences in the paper, Ajxpk and toloveL made an astonishing discovery. There was a spelling error in the text, tha in their opinion was strong evidence of the paper not being written by GameFreak. The error was that they wrote セ instead of ゼ. For Ajxpk and toloveL this was very strong evidence of it not being real, since in their eyes it’s a typical error of someone not proficient in Japanese. And there comes the weirdness of it all: This could be very well a typo, and this also could indicate its legit, because the Mew event is well documented as a very rushed thing. But assuming it is fake: Why do typos if you are trying to fake something so specific? Why give yourself all this work for nothing, if this Mew never surfaced on the internet before, in sites such eBay? How would they fake the paper if they had nothing to go by, since the second letter just surfaced in 2021? Yeah... Yet, the evidence against the authenticity was too much to be ignored. The typos, the cutted sentences, the weird spacing in words, etc… That’s a pretty much stalemate on the investigation. Well, there was only one way to know for sure: Asking GameFreak themselves. Asking GameFreak: Lickgunt Strikes Back We all agreed on our last resort: There was only one way to find out about this mew authenticity, and that was try and reach for its possible parents: GameFreak. They could very well refuse to tell us or could simply say it was none of our business if this 26-year-old paper was real. But it was our only option, and we chose Junichi Masuda, the man himself to approach. Because not only he was very old in the company, but he also is very active on twitter, interacting even with me on many occasions. We were waiting for the team to give their OK on the matter, so everyone would be in the same page. That's when toloveL noticed something weird on the Leichtung from before... Namezou, our Licktung boy, had a very weird HP bar in Akonn’s save data, which sadly went under the team’s radar all that time! Namezou, the Hentai Licktung, had only 10 Health Points. This is… Unusual, at best. ToloveL also gathered visual evidence that this was not a visual bug, and Namezou in fact had only 10 functional HP. Namezou, ironically, had concrete signs of being hacked. Or at least tempered with in some way. Sabresite theorized that it was a glitchmon. TLDR: You could glitch your game doing weird stuff to generate a specific Pokémon. Sabresite detailed that it happened because of memory checks or shared variables being absent from Gen 1 and 2 game codes. But, Glitchmon should have its HP fixed when stored in a box… And toloveL did just that, and just as the team suspected, it was fixed. Sabresite concluded that the Mew could only be hacked through a Glitchmon. The abnormalities in Mew’s data could be reminiscent of it. Sabresite also suspected this was a ‘’ACE hacking using Licktung’’, which explained why Licktung was acting weird. This could not explain the HP however. Licktung traded in route 18 should be at level 37, with 120 HP. The team was assuming the glitch leveled up Namezou to 100, but the hacker forgot to fix the HP as well, in result staying low. But it should be 120. Still, the Licktung was definitively messed up, this could not be ignored. Sabresite said he would look at the Licktung DVs once he had the time to do so, but he was also very determined that Licktung proved Mew was indeed fake. However, he did believe the letter was very hard to fake. The group theorizes that even if a picture of the letter did not exist, some kind of description of how it would look, could have made its way into the Japanese internet back in the day. It was almost impossible to verify at the moment, the language barrier is too much. But… Gridelin came back with a question: ‘’What if it was not Mew, but another glitched Pokémon the original trainer got from another player to complete the dex?’’. In Gridelin’s mind this could not be all the evidence needed to disprove Mew. It just did not made logistic sense in his mind. He also pointed out that the paper being fake was very weird. The person faking it should have known how it was supposed to look in the first place. Another good point is that, due to code problems, once you glitch your game, the hall of fame should have been disturbed. This did not happen in this save as well. Gridelin also stated that, there were no leftovers of previously tempered Pokémon in the save file. He could very well be wrong but stated that he refused to lose to the ‘’Licking hentai monster.’’ So, in his eyes… Mew still had a chance. The most compelling piece of evidence against it being faked, the team had, is the letter being so close to the twitter one from 2021, with people supposedly not having access to it before that. We then, made the tweet to Masuda. toloveL was the one chose to this task, since her profile was way more professional and Pokémon oriented than mine. At the time of writing, this tweet has gathered 815 likes, and 13 quote tweets. The japanese users seems to have the same exact opinion as us, and others seems to believe it. Masuda however, never replied to the tweet, nor any other way to contact him about the entire situation. We also had a very weird turn of events of a pornographic account tagging a Japanese account on our tweet. This other account seems to know something about the Mew, but when questioned by me, they said they could not help with the research. If i got a cent by every time pornography interfered with this research, id had 3 cents. Which is not much, but it's weird that it happened 3 times. The last evidence gathered by the team was a possible typo in a CoroCoro page from the July 1996 Issue. There, they wrongly referred to Mew was ‘’Miii’’. This was brought by a friend of mine, after he did his own digging on the matter. This could potentially be further evidence that a typo would not be so unheard of, especially in a private letter if it was in their own magazine. But given the investigation course, this came a bit too late. Still, worth mentioning. In conclusion: In the end, there’s no conclusive evidence gathered by the Mew Recovery Team (Aka Namezou Squad) to give a definitive answer on Mew’s legitimacy. There is compelling evidence to why it should be real: -The random and specific nature of it all. There’s never a good reason the Team could come up with on why someone would do all of this. Getting a Mew from other distributions, or the glitched one is just way more simpler. Also, why commit so much typos and errors if you are trying to fake something genuine? -The Mew never appearing in any auction site, excluding it was being faked for money -There’s no definitive answer on how the letter could be faked without having the second one to compare with, being that the second one only appeared online in earlier 2021, and the Mew was only discovered in 2022. -Aside from Licktung, the save data had no abnormalities. The hall of fame was intact, there were no leftovers of hacks, glitches or anything of that kind. -The typo in the CoroCoro magazine could prove that spelling errors could happen, and the letter was not immune to it. -lastly, the Mew’s data does not show any signs of being tempered with, asides from the oddly high IVs and the weird space in the OT name. -Every single expert that analyzed the save said there’s very few things that could imply the Mew is not legit. But there’s also very compelling evidence of it being fake: -The letter has a lot of errors. There's half of a sentence missing, there’s a spelling error, and a different font is used. -Even if Mew’s data is ok, one could argue this simply does not raise any relevant evidence to prove it’s legitimacy as well. -The space in the OT could very well be an error of a faker -The glitched Licktung is too much to ignore, even if the rest of the save is intact -Even after hours have passed, and the tweet has blown up, Masuda did not reply to it. His silence speaks tons of it. -The cartridge could very well be tempered with, since the battery survived for so long and no one could give a good explanation to that. -We can never know for sure if the previous, western owner tempered with that paper and or the cartridge. -Every single expert and Japanese proficient person that looked at the paper noted the weirdness of it pointing to it being written by a non-Japanese proficient person. -Every single expert that analyzed the save file concluded that there's nothing in it that speaks for it being legit. This is not all evidence the team gathered, nor it concludes the thoughts on the matter. But it makes a good point on how drawed the entire investigation is at the moment. The team went so far as to theorize that this could be a work of an ill intended kid. This Japanese kid from back in the day could have glitched this Mew, and wanted to use it to trade with other kids for their rare Pokémon. Going as far as to fake the letter for it having an authentic look. This does not explain how the kid got the letter’s information in the first place, nor how the glitched work. It's known that, if that’s the case, it involved a Hentai-named Licktung. If the team could replicate the method, this could be strong evidence. But this theory is just that, a theory, and it’s the best one the group could reach right now. The other, less detailed theory is that it was faked in the west by the previous owner and there’s no good explanation on why he would do that, nor how. That said, the team reached a consensus on letting it cold for now. Wait to see if anyone comes to the group with some answers, if Masuda notices the tweet. It’s simply not good to risk the work falling in the wrong hands to rush this. The early conclusion is that: No evidence we have now can prove anything, it's just speculation and conjectures. Every team member has their own hypothesis and thoughts, and they all agree that this is absolutely the weirdest Pokémon search ever done. If you, read all the way through and got here, thank you! If you could help us, please offer your thoughts! If this Mew is real, it's a very important piece of history! This text was in part, edited by toloveL. Thank you! ... I also want to thank from the bottom of my heart, every single soul involved in this case. We spent countless hours on this, and it was not easy! Thank you! I wish I could send you all a Gracidea flower bouquet to show how thankful I am. My sincere thank you to The Legendary Offer Mew Recovery Team: -toloveL -Gridelin -Sabresite -Akonn -Ajxpk
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  14. It should be a Method 1 PIDIV type, not "none". Either the PID was changed, or the IVs were changed. It's not legal, and the program is working as intended.
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  15. Version 1.0.0

    488 downloads

    Pokémon Platinum (ENG,ESP & JPN) 100% ALL Shiny All shiny, Level 100 from 1 to 493 Nintendo DS (Console)(.sav)(512 KB), Nintendo DS Lite (Console)(.sav)(512 KB), DeSmuME (Windows)(.dsv)(513 KB), melonDS (Android)(.sav), DraStic DS Emulator (Android), R4 DS Card, R4i Gold, R4 SDHC. Original & Copy (Reproductions & Bootleg) Cartridge Name Trainer: ERNESTO/エルネスト (ENG,ESP & JPN) TID: 00711 SID: 38135 HP: 31 Atk: 31 Def: 31 SpA: 31 or 24 SpD: 31 Spe: 31 Pokémon Gen 1 Articuno Shiny Square Zapdos Shiny Square Moltres Shiny Square Mewtwo Shiny Square Mew Shiny Square Pokémon Gen 2 All UNOWN Shiny Normal Raikou ** Entei *** Colosseum/XD Shiny Square Suicune * Lugia Shiny Square Ho-oH Shiny Square Celebi/セレビィ Ageto/アゲト NO SHINY Ageto Celebi comes from the Bonus Disc for the Japanese Pokemon Colosseum. Nature:Quirky Level: 10 Ability: Natural Cure(1) HP: 31 Atk: 31 Def: 31 SpA: 31 SpD: 31 Spe: 31 Move 1: Confusion Move 2: Recover Move 3: Heal Bell Move 4: Safeguard Pokémon Gen 3 Regirock Shiny Square Regice Shiny Square Registeel Shiny Square Latias Shiny Square Latios Shiny Square Kyogre Shiny Square Groudon Shiny Square Rayquaza Shiny Square Jirachi Shiny Square Deoxys Shiny Square Deoxys Atk Shiny Square Deoxys Def Shiny Square Deoxys Spe Shiny Square Pokémon Gen 4 Uxie Shiny Square Mesprit Shiny Square Azelf Shiny Square Dialga Shiny Square (Lv.1 Sinjoh Ruins) Palkia Shiny Square (Lv.1 Sinjoh Ruins) Heatran Shiny Square Regigigas Shiny Square (Lv.1 Snowpoint Temple) Giratina Shiny Square (Lv.1 Sinjoh Ruins) Cresselia Shiny Square Phione Shiny Square Manaphy Shiny Square (Pokémon Ranger) Darkrai Shiny Square (Newmoon Island) Shaymin Shiny Square (Flower Paradise) Arceus NO SHINY (Pokémon Movie 09) (JPN) Nature:Modest Level: 100 Ability: Multitype (1) HP: 31 Atk: 31 Def: 31 SpA: 31 SpD: 31 Spe: 31 Move 1: Judgment Move 2: Roar of Time Move 3: Spacial Rend Move 4: Shadow Force Thanks to the creators of these tools/Gracias a los creadores de estas herramientas. Used tools: PKHeX By @Kaphotics https://projectpokemon.org/home/files/file/1-pkhex/ PokeFinder By @theSLAYER https://projectpokemon.org/home/files/file/3061-pokefinder/ How to redeem any desired shiny / spread CHANNEL Jirachi https://projectpokemon.org/home/tutorials/save-editing/gen-3-specific-edits/how-to-redeem-any-desired-shiny-spread-channel-jirachi-r80/ Pokémon Ranger Mission Injector BY @King Impoleon https://projectpokemon.org/home/files/file/1796-pokémon-ranger-mission-injector/ Managing NDS Saves https://projectpokemon.org/home/tutorials/save-editing/managing-nds-saves/
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  16. Is there a list anywhere that shows what new moves are put into the game and what they replaced in game? was trying to use pkhex to edit move legitimacy but only the base games moves show up. So far I have gotten these results from pkhex. For example draco meteor in game comes up as air cutter on pkhex etc... air cutter = Hidden Power fury attack = draco meteor twister = hurricane tail whip = stone edge dig = energy ball
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  17. This issue has already been fixed in the latest dev build of PKHeX, met location text should appear correctly in future releases of PKHeX.
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  18. here u r 0115 - Kangaskhan - 2C6267DC819D.pk6
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  19. oh it seems i completely missed the Melon folder like an idiot and i instead took the gba patch instead, im gonna get the correct one and come back with my results. thank you for the response! Lets goooo! that did it i can save and i can finally get to play this game again with different pokemon! excited to get into it
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  20. Version 1.0.0

    304 downloads

    In Pokémon Scarlet & Violet, data for Pokémon that are a certain distance around the player get saves into the save, and would respawn on next save reload. (Note: this doesn’t apply in Union Circle; they don’t get saved). However, it is noticed that the respawns are not 'guaranteed'. This is one way to view and extract any mons that do not get respawned for whatever reason. Allows the player to also check what was in the 'spawn radius' of archived saves. How it works and what it is implemented Pokémon that is within a radius around the player gets saved when the player saves. This only occurs in single player, and not in Union Circle. The data saved this way is practically the entire pk9 format, with notable data missing, such as obedience level, met level, met location, ball caught in, and OT details. It actually has a TID/SID, but not one of the save’s trainer (in RNG, commonly known as fake trainer details). The save also contains a byte to indicate where the player saved (byte for location name; not just coordinates). This makes it easier when it comes to legalising the extract. Upon clicking extract, the plugin will attempt to pre-legalise some data (set obedience level and met level to current level, set ball caught in to Poké Ball, set OT TID SID to the current player’s, perform the accurate and known modification to PID [against OT details] if the target mon is meant to be shiny/not shiny). It will then check PKHeX to see if the target would be legal, based on saved location. If it wouldn’t be, brute force check against all locations with current level. Then brute force check with a level variance of ~10. If still illegal, it’ll use the pre-legalised data set and extract. How to use Put the plugin into the plugins folder in your PKHeX directory, then access it from the Tools menu. Note: Win 10 might block DLL files downloaded from the internet. In that case right click the plugin file, go to properties and check "unblock" (as seen here). [You may have to unblock, reblock, then unblock again to get it to work] Example of how to unblock: Usages Load a SV save into PKHeX, and load up the plugin. It shows 20 entries, shows whether a Pokémon is shiny, whether it has any marks, whether it is a wild tera encounter (they have full-coloured backgrounds, have a glow around the sprite, and have a Tera star in the top right hand corner). Also shows whether it qualifies for mini/jumbo mark. Support For help and bug reporting, go here. Credits Kaphotics for PKHeX.
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  21. If you're loading a savestate, or just have extremely consistent timing, you're going to have identical results often due to the RNG. You could potentially run into the same issue if you were using 5 separate actual DS's connected to a single source of inputs. One way to avoid it would be to reset them at slightly different intervals, and not reset/load the game using savestates.
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  22. Version 1.0.0

    102255 downloads

    Pokémon Scarlet & Violet 100% ALL Shiny 6 IVs (876 only GEN 9) Paldea Pokédex Complete Kitakami Pokédex Complete Blueberry Pokédex Complete
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  23. I played to the end of the demo! Looking forward to more progress in the future! Personally, I think it would be nice to have sound effects when the main character speaks, like other hacks. Also, I don't have a problem with a little more difficulty.
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  24. I've re-uploaded the exe (hotfix); funny I included it so prominently in the changelog without testing it thoroughly
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  25. From the album: Distribution cartridges

    Combined my PAL fullset + a few NTSC cartridges I own with the ones of a friend who is also going for a PAL fullset
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  27. I haven't had any problems. Just watch the video I left, follow step by step and nothing will happen
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  28. It is Compatible with Pokémon Red, Blue and Yellow. just drag it to your save
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  29. Version 1.0.0

    660 downloads

    Pokémon Sword & Shield 100% ALL Shiny 6 IVs (793 only GEN Galar Pokédex Complete Isle of Armor Pokédex Complete The Crown Tundra Pokédex Complete
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  30. Pokémon Aurora Sappphire is now in development! This game is inspired by Emerald Kaizo, Ancestral X and Drayano Hacks all in all! I'm aiming to make this the most difficult Gen 6 ROM Hack till now. Stay tuned! I will not release a Demo Version of this Game, it will release the time it's finished! Content: Every Trainer has a fully handcrafted Team AI has been improved Every Pokémon till Generation 6 can be caught (Total of 721) Some Pokémon got buffed and every fully evolved Pokémon has a BST of 450+ Some Pokémon Types have been updated Some Moves from later Generations have been added to the Game Some Moves have been updated A bit of story has been modified and much more!
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  31. Hello everyone, today I bring you something new to the table. Years ago I wasn't fortunate enough to own every Pokemon game for the Game Boy Advance, it wasn't until years later when I could finally get my hands on more copies of the games, the drawback however is the absurd price tags that many sellers throw these respective titles up for. At one point I looked down at the copies I owned and wondered if I could somehow replicate or utilize dual-slot mode in the game, without having to require these game cartridges. With enough research and some tinkering, I can now happily say that it is now possible to utilize dual-slot mode in Pokemon - Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum Version without requiring the respective Game Boy Advance titles. Pros: - Allows the ability to participate in Dual-Slot Mode exclusive Pokemon encounters. - Able to be switched on the fly without having to reboot the game console. - Allows the ability to obtain Dual-Slot Mode exclusive items. - Can be used on any Nintendo DS/3DS system without requiring the Game Boy Advance game cartridges or Slot-2. Cons: - Does not enable the ability to migrate Pokemon. Why doesn't this allow the ability to migrate Pokemon? Answer: Well, it should be pretty obvious, but the reason being is because you cannot mimic an entire game cartridge with save data using cheat codes. Diamond and Pearl: Pokemon Diamond/Pearl Dual-Slot Modifier Codes Pocket Monsters - Diamond/Pearl (Japan) (Beta) (20060630): Pocket Monsters - Diamond/Pearl (Japan) (Beta) (20060709): Pocket Monsters - Diamond/Pearl (Japan) (Beta) (20060713): Pocket Monsters - Diamond/Pearl (Japan) (Beta) (20060717): Pocket Monsters - Diamond (Japan) (Beta) (20060807): Pocket Monsters - Diamond/Pearl (Japan) (Rev 0-5): Pocket Monsters - Diamond/Pearl (Japan) (Rev 6): Pocket Monsters DP - Dialga/Palkia (Korea): Pokemon - Diamant/Perl-Edition (Germany) (Rev 0-5): Pokemon - Diamond/Pearl Version (USA/Europe) (Rev 0-5): Pokemon - Edicion Diamante/Perla (Spain) (Rev 0-5): Pokemon - Version Diamant/Perle (France) (Rev 0-5): Pokemon - Versione Diamante/Perla (Italy) (Rev 0-5): Platinum: Pokemon Platinum Dual-Slot Modifier Codes Pocket Monsters - Platinum (Japan): Pocket Monsters Pt - Giratina (Korea): Pokemon - Edicion Platino (Spain): Pokemon - Platin-Edition (Germany): Pokemon - Platinum Version (Europe) (Rev 10): Pokemon - Platinum Version (USA) (Rev 0-1): Pokemon - Version Platine (France): Pokemon - Versione Platino (Italy): HeartGold and SoulSilver: Pokemon HeartGold/SoulSilver Dual-Slot Modifier Codes Pocket Monsters - HeartGold/SoulSilver (Japan): Pocket Monsters - HeartGold/SoulSilver (Korea): Pokemon - Edicion Oro HeartGold (Spain): Pokemon - Edicion Plata SoulSilver (Spain): Pokemon - Goldene Edition HeartGold/Silberne Edition SoulSilver (Germany): Pokemon - HeartGold/SoulSilver Version (Europe) (Rev 10): Pokemon - HeartGold/SoulSilver Version (USA): Pokemon - Version Or HeartGold/Argent SoulSilver (France): Pokemon - Versione Oro HeartGold/Argento SoulSilver (Italy):
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  32. Version 1.0.0

    341 downloads

    This is a Pal copy of Pokemon diamond that I got at a local pawn shop. It and its case smell horribly of cigarette smoke, and the contacts of the cartridge are pretty much nearing corrosion Despite also taking near forever to save. It somehow has a save file on it. Theres about 9 hours of playtime on it. I managed to get the save file using godmode9 on a modded 3DS Thats all im gonna say. just have a look around I guess.
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  33. PKHeX can be used to import wondercards from our event gallery using these steps. Please note that the below screenshots show what it looks like for Gen 5 saves, but the same procedure works for Gen 4, 6 and 7 saves. If you are using a Gen 4 save, please note the difference between PCD and PGF files: PCD files contain the entire wonder card, while PGF files only contain the gift. Start PKHeX and load your save file as described in a previous section. Click the Mystery Gift button. Click the Import button and browse to a wonder card. Right-click an empty slot and choose "Set". If you do not have any empty slots, you will have to overwrite an existing one. If this is the case and you wish to save it first, right-click the existing slot and click View, then click Export. If you are using a Gen 4 save, you must choose a slot that corresponds to the file you opened (PGT vs PCD). PKHeX will let you know if you choose the wrong one. Click Save Save your file
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  34. Version 1.0.0

    60072 downloads

    pokemon fire red legit completed save file.
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  35. Version 2.0.2

    6253 downloads

    Introduction Typically dumping savs from bootleg GBA carts will result in a save that won't be usable on emulators nor save editors. That is because the save is typically stored with the ROM data, instead of the designated save location. This program is able to extract and inject saves into bootleg Pokémon GBA ROMs. Usage You can drag and drop the game (.gba/.bin) onto the program, or open it. The save (if available) is then dumped into the same directory as where the game is. You can extract the save for editing, and then choose to inject back the edited save. Technical Explanation This program checks every 0x1000 of the save file, starting from 0xFF8. (if it's a save, the initial 2-words at every 0xFF8 in the save are identical to each other, and the initial 2-words at every 0xFFE in the save are the same, that being blanks) Image example: Tests done. Tested on a copy obtained from here, as well as on an owned bootleg cartridge.
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  36. make a duplicate of the save, then redeem the egg in-game.
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  37. Version 2.0.0

    1053 downloads

    This is a old save file I had as a kid. AKA why the OT is Lt.Ash lol. It looks like I was using this as a trade save file as a kid. I did trade some things on to the cart before updating it. It has a legit event Mew and all the starters. 2 of which were traded in from Pokémon yellow. The save file is at the start of the game and has just received the pokedex. Enjoy playing though this game in a unique way. Enjoy and have fun!!!
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  38. Just to make it clear, there’s no official shiny variant of these images. Gen 1 Gen 2 Gen 3 Gen 4 Gen 5 Gen 6 Gen 7 Gen 8 Gen 9
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  39. Well, when I think in preserving this kind of things is to share with the community otherwise it doesn't make any sense in the big picture of event preservation. Following that logic most events are preserved since GF must have the original saves/ carts somewhere in their storage. I was definitely interested in helping but this way of not sharing things with the community its not my way of doing things and its not beneficial in the long term. Even if this turns out to be legit, it's just as if no one ever found it since it won't be shared. Scammers online exist for everything and every Pokémon event so I don't think it will do any difference. Of course the owner does whatever it wants, this is just my opinion.
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  40. Any chance of the Mew being shared? Since as of now we don't know its legitimacy, I think that for the sake of preservation it should be shared if possible. If it turns out to be a fake, nothing is lost anyway
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  41. randomspot555 edit I screwed up a merge, so here's a new thread. Welcome to the Event Questions thread! Before posting or making a thread, these might help more: Save/Ram editing Save/Ram Research (However, Wonder Card/event PKM assistance is on-topic discussion here too. Just make sure there isn't already a thread addressing your concerns) Also, before posting: If what you're going to post could cite discussion, make a thread. If you're just looking for a straight, factual answer, post here. Now ask away about event Pokemon! ***Lupin's original post is below*** Yea hey I heard that Regigigas was released as an event also bringing the other Regi's to the platinum game http://www.pokemonplatinum.com/#/pokemon/regigigas/ this is were I saw it was wondeing if anyone was able to get that pokemon or is able to duplicate the event
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  42. https://www.pokemon.com/us/pokemon-news/get-bulbasaur-and-squirtle-capable-of-gigantamaxing-in-pokemon-home-this-june/
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  43. Given the OP is asking about PKHeX: Can get Kurt to return GS Ball via Event Flags (Best part is you don't even have to give Kurt a GS Ball)
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  44. Hello everyone, back with something different again. A couple days ago I was running through Turnback Cave to grab the three items you can get there (for completion purposes), the items you get are the Reaper Cloth (3 rooms), Rare Bone (4-15 rooms), and Stardust (16-30 rooms). Getting the Rare Bone and the Stardust isn't really problematic to get, the Reaper Cloth however is a bit difficult to get, getting three pillar rooms in a row isn't as easy as some people think. So I decided that since I might not be the only one wanting to complete their copy of the game with item pick ups and what not, I made a list of codes for each version of the game to make it easier to get the items based on the amount of rooms you went through. I hope this helps and I hope you all enjoy! Note: I will not guarantee this list to be finalized as I may improve the codes more to prevent any sort of issues these codes may bring to their respected games. I prefer being thorough about making codes so I can ensure only the best for everyone and not some silly joke(s). Diamond and Pearl: Pokemon Diamond/Pearl Turnback Cave Room Count Cheats Pokemon - Diamond/Pearl Version (USA/Europe): Turnback Cave Room Count Code (Press Select in the third pillar room) 94000130 FFFB0000 621C489C 00000000 B21C489C 00000000 20000F2E 000000xx D2000000 00000000 Pokemon - Version Diamant/Perle (France): Turnback Cave Room Count Code (Press Select in the third pillar room) 94000130 FFFB0000 621C4A1C 00000000 B21C4A1C 00000000 20000F2E 000000xx D2000000 00000000 Pokemon - Versione Diamante/Perla (Italy): Turnback Cave Room Count Code (Press Select in the third pillar room) 94000130 FFFB0000 621C497C 00000000 B21C497C 00000000 20000F2E 000000xx D2000000 00000000 Pokemon - Edicion Diamante/Perla (Spain): Turnback Cave Room Count Code (Press Select in the third pillar room) 94000130 FFFB0000 621C4A3C 00000000 B21C4A3C 00000000 20000F2E 000000xx D2000000 00000000 Pokemon - Diamant/Perl-Edition (Germany): Turnback Cave Room Count Code (Press Select in the third pillar room) 94000130 FFFB0000 621C49DC 00000000 B21C49DC 00000000 20000F2E 000000xx D2000000 00000000 Pocket Monsters DP - Dialga/Palkia (Korea): Turnback Cave Room Count Code (Press Select in the third pillar room) 94000130 FFFB0000 621C1E9C 00000000 B21C1E9C 00000000 20000F2E 000000xx D2000000 00000000 Pocket Monsters - Diamond (Japan) (Beta): Turnback Cave Room Count Code (Press Select in the third pillar room) 94000130 FFFB0000 621DD2B8 00000000 B21DD2B8 00000000 20000F2E 000000xx D2000000 00000000 Pocket Monsters - Diamond/Pearl (Japan): Turnback Cave Room Count Code (Press Select in the third pillar room) 94000130 FFFB0000 621C60FC 00000000 B21C60FC 00000000 20000F2E 000000xx D2000000 00000000 Pocket Monsters - Diamond/Pearl (Japan) (Rev 6): Turnback Cave Room Count Code (Press Select in the third pillar room) 94000130 FFFB0000 621C623C 00000000 B21C623C 00000000 20000F2E 000000xx D2000000 00000000 Platinum: Pokemon Platinum Turnback Cave Room Count Cheats Pokemon Platinum Version (USA/Europe): Turnback Cave Room Count Code (Press Select in the third pillar room) 94000130 FFFB0000 621BF65C 00000000 B21BF65C 00000000 20000F3A 000000xx D2000000 00000000 Pokemon - Version Platine (France): Turnback Cave Room Count Code (Press Select in the third pillar room) 94000130 FFFB0000 621BF83C 00000000 B21BF83C 00000000 20000F3A 000000xx D2000000 00000000 Pokemon - Versione Platino (Italy): Turnback Cave Room Count Code (Press Select in the third pillar room) 94000130 FFFB0000 621BF7BC 00000000 B21BF7BC 00000000 20000F3A 000000xx D2000000 00000000 Pokemon - Edicion Platino (Spain): Turnback Cave Room Count Code (Press Select in the third pillar room) 94000130 FFFB0000 621BF85C 00000000 B21BF85C 00000000 20000F3A 000000xx D2000000 00000000 Pokemon - Platin-Edition (Germany): Turnback Cave Room Count Code (Press Select in the third pillar room) 94000130 FFFB0000 621BF7FC 00000000 B21BF7FC 00000000 20000F3A 000000xx D2000000 00000000 Pocket Monsters Pt - Giratina (Korea): Turnback Cave Room Count Code (Press Select in the third pillar room) 94000130 FFFB0000 621C055C 00000000 B21C055C 00000000 20000F3A 000000xx D2000000 00000000 Pocket Monsters - Platinum (Japan): Turnback Cave Room Count Code (Press Select in the third pillar room) 94000130 FFFB0000 621BEA5C 00000000 B21BEA5C 00000000 20000F3A 000000xx D2000000 00000000 Replace xx with:
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