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  1. @St. GIGA I can confirm both Meteor and Negaiboshi work on real hardware, the Negaiboshi distributes fine to a JPN copy of Pokemon Ruby and the Meteor distributes fine to an English copy of Pokemon Ruby. The ISO's load perfectly fine on more recent versions of Nintendont too. It appears my problem was related to the Micro SD to SD Card adapter I was using (this has worked fine in my Wii for years!) the Wii ended up not reading the Micro SD card in the adapter, however my PC would read the Micro SD card fine. After Switching to a different Micro SD to SD adapter everything then worked fine
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  2. @InsaneNutter Probably You have edited an extra header. I am remaking the simpler Actual Machine Method. Please give me a little more time. Sorry, I will sleep a little. I take the screenshots as soon as I got up.
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  3. I injected Meteor into the converted GCM of Wishmaker, and fixed it, before running it in Nintendon't. I used GCRebuilder, GCIsoTool, and TGCtoGCM
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  5. @Lycp01 ありがとうございます! We thank you! Thanks for confirming that the sample.bin works with the Discs. And also for the detailed information about how to do it.
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  6. If you have wishmaker, you cannot receive the Meteor Jirachi
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  7. Not sure what you mean with the question to @theSLAYER, you could have asked @Sabresite and me as we know everything about it. It's basically a question for us if I understand it right. Just for your information and for everyone else who is interested to learn... client.2003_1123.bin/Meteor Jirachi is basically a prototype Multiboot rom that was made around the same time or more likely after the Berry Program Update. It's at mid development state and already able to work with FireRed and LeafGreen. Another difference compared to previous Events is the fact that it didn't used the RTC fo
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  8. I'm interested in Event Pokemon that were based on individual Pokemon used to win tournaments. For example, the Pachirisu event that was released after Se Jun Park won Worlds 14 with a Pachirisu in his team. I can't find a comprehensive list of events like these. Can you help me identify them all? Some that I know already: Se Jun Park's Pachirisu (World Championship '14) Arash's Shiny Mamosine (VGC '14) Ray Rizzo's Shiny Metagross (VGC '13) Toler Webb's Ludicolo (VGC '13) Abram's Cloyster (VGC '13) Screenpeekaz's Shiny Machamp (Nationals '16) Any more would be greatly ap
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  9. poor Argus and Purin you must always travel to the events to collect the Data if i could and live in japan, i would go there
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  10. There were 3 Pokemon from Championship Qualifiers distributed at VGC 2013 in Korea. Those are: Se Jun Park's Liepard Seung Heon Sa's Cresselia Do Heun Kwon's Hitmontop They haven't won the the tournament but I would count them as well though. Besides these three I think your list is complete.
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  11. https://kylespokedexquest.blogspot.com/2018/01/unova-animated-sprites.html?m=1 normal and shiny are available
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  12. Thank you! That's awesome, I look forward to doing it with the shiny event this year
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  13. tw events (other than garchomp) work on jpn consoles too
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  14. Sounds complicated. But I'm happy if it's a more legal-feeling way to distribute Japanese Jirachi, to original Japanese Ruby and Sapphire carts.
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  15. Hello. This thread is great! Sorry, I'm from a country with Mount Fuji. My English is very childish. Well, I found a method to replace the "client.bin" of the "Ruby_And_Sapphire_Rev.gcm" with "sample0519.bin" & to receive the Negaiboshi Jirachi(GC -> GBA). An actual machine is also all right. If Start.dol's country code in the "Ruby_And_Sapphire_Rev.gcm" is USA and use the USA-Cart, WISHMKR's client.bin & client.2003_1112.bin did work. Of course, In that case, you don't need change it for the "Ruby.tgc" and the "pokedownload.tgc". Probably the issue that Broken GCM
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  16. In generation 7, the Trainer ID displayed in-game is formulaically derived from TID/SID. Hovering over the TID in PKHeX will show you the G7TID value. Due to one part of the statement being false, the entirely statement above is rendered incorrect. The name can be in English, provided it's received on a English-language save file. However, the 3DS Region and Country for this event must be Japan. As I commented earlier on, do not confuse language and region. Read this to properly understand event legality.
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