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  1. This page is an ongoing progress. It's aim is to list: 1. All the Fly-to points 2. Maps not revisited/cannot be re-accessed after certain points in the story 3. Any Discovered unused maps Fly-To List MELEMELE Image Map Coordinates Comments Credits Route 1 Player's House Map: 0 X: 28213.00000 Y: 0.00000 Z: 18490.00000 @Ruby Genseki Route 1 Ten Carat Hill Map: 0 X: 27578.70000 Y: 0.00000 Z
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  2. Animated gifs are from pkparaiso, PLEASE credit them if use use them! Purpose of this listing is for species and forms introduced in Sword & Shield. Presently have no plans to add any pre-Gen 8 mons and forms
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  3. On PKHeX and the various parameters Den IDs for Gigantamax (usually 5 stars, 5% in Rare Den [randroll 95 to 100]) Galar mainland Physical dens and the species within: Isle of Armor Physical dens and the species within: This link pretty much compares dens and their in-game values, to the nests (which Serebii uses as Dens). Important to note that Serebii's nests comes from datamining, so it too uses in-game values. https://leanny.github.io/seedchecker/index.html#/dens/
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  4. To understand this, you gonna need at least some understanding of what hex editing is. Today, we are going to look at converting the Clothing Set wonder card to bytes on a Fashion block. For this example, we'll be looking at the hex of 0105 - Casual Tee (Pokémon Quest). To the left, is the hex for the wonder card (only front few bytes relevant, the rest all zeros), and the right is a table for converting certain values we'll encounter along the way later on. For starters, the byte addresses for the Fashion block is rather different between Male and Female copies of
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  5. Primary analysis is complete. Whatever which is down below is pretty much what the games output. Each WR8 is 0x68 in length. PKHeX now has block importer and exporter, so keep in mind a record is 0x68 in length within the block. The block immediately begins with WR8s... (WR8s are confined within the *Object KMysteryGift block) Do note, the empty cells below represents values that are presently 0x00 on the records, so utility is unknown/not discovered yet. WR8 Hex Pokémon Gift Clothes Gift Items Gift BPs / Money Gi
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  6. 6th and 7th Generation Wonder Card Map Mystery Gift Data WCxFULL Offset WCx Offset Gen 6 Gen 7 0x00-0x03 - Bit 0 - Y Bit 1 - X Bit 2 - AS Bit 3 - OR Bit 0 - S B
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  7. 5th Generation Wonder Card Map Gift Data Offset Description 0x00-0x01 Trainer ID Number, Item Number, Power Type 0x02-0x03 Secret ID Number 0x04 Hometown 00 - Game Received In 01 - Hoenn(Sapphire) Values follow in standard order through 21 0x05-0x07 Unused 0x08-0x0B PID Unset = 00000000 0x0C
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  8. To note since Wonder Card Records don't display the additional flavor text, what these names are, are lost upon me. Please note this is accurate as of SWSH ver 1.1.0. In the wonder card records, these were the identifiers used for each section Male Female
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  9. banner.bin and banner_s.bin are both found in the /FONT/ folder. They contain data for the dungeon title font. File Structure The file uses SIR0 headers to store its pointers. General SIR0 details can be found in the main SIR0 documentation. The sections below will cover only banner.bin-specific blocks of data. Name Offset Size (Per Element) # of Elements Description SIR0 Header 0x00 16 Bytes 1 Details in the SIR0 documentation Glyph Textures Poi
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  10. Background These games do not save the wonder card in their saves, however some details are left behind, in the form of the Wonder Card Records Album (or Gift Records Album). Findings may be incomplete, until more events gets released. Save Offsets Starts at 0x45600, taking up every 0x140 Save Offset (First Slot) Data Offset (from 0x0) Gen 7 0x45600 to 0x45604 0x000 to 0x004 Epoch Time code of Event received 0x45608 to 0x45609 0x008 to 0x009 Wonder Card ID 0
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  11. Pokemon Temp Data Offset Type Description Before Generation 0x0 u64 Encryption Constant If = 0xFFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF, random u32 0x8 u32 PID If = 0xFFFFFFFF, random 0xC u32 PID Type 1: Anti-Shiny 2: Forced Shiny 3: Random 0x10 u64 OT TID/SID If = 0xFFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF, random u32 0x18 u16 Species ID 0x1A
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  12. Pokemon Gold, Silver and Crystal introduced the concept of Shiny Pokemon, and in order to retain shininess of a Pokemon that was traded to Pokemon Red, Blue, Yellow, Green, Shininess was set to be determined by a Pokemon's Determinant Values (DVs). As such, this mechanic also allowed for Pokemon caught or received in Gen I with the correct DV combination to become shiny when traded to Gen II. Additionally, with the introduction of Generation I & II to the Virtual Console on the Nintendo 3DS, these shiny Pokemon can be transported up to Generation VII and remain shiny. Gene
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  13. Balls 0x0001 = Master Ball 0x0002 = Ultra Ball 0x0003 = Great Ball 0x0004 = Poké Ball 0x0005 = Safari Ball 0x0006 = Net Ball 0x0007 = Dive Ball 0x0008 = Nest Ball 0x0009 = Repeat Ball 0x000A = Timer Ball 0x000B = Luxury Ball 0x000C = Premier Ball 0x000D = Dusk Ball 0x000E = Heal Ball 0x000F = Quick Ball 0x0010 = Cherish Ball Medicine 0x0011 = Potion 0x0012 = Antidote 0x0013 = Burn Heal 0x0014 = Ice Heal 0x0015 = Awakening 0x0016 = Parlyz Heal 0x0017 = F
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  14. Communication with the GTS is done over regular HTTP with http://gamestats2.gs.nintendowifi.net/. The same protocol is used for all five Gen IV games. HTTP headers The games don't seem to care about these at all. The GTS sends back a bunch of boilerplate response headers, but the game happily accepts a response with only a Content-Length. Protocol All requests to the server are GET requests of the form page.asp?pid=pid followed by page.asp?pid=pid&hash=hash&data=data. The hash variable in the latter, is a hash of the string returned by the former, as described bellow.
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  15. 85h 85h Values 85h is an offset in the data structure of 4th Generation Pokémon, and shows how a Pokémon was encountered. Currently 85h has no relevance to gameplay, but in certain cases it can be used to determine the Legality of a Pokémon. 85h List 00 - Egg/Pal Park/Event 02 - Tall Grass/Honey Tree 04 - Dialga/Palkia 05 - Cave/Hall of Origin 07 - Caught in the Water 09 - Caught in Buildings 0A - Great Marsh/Safari Zone 0C- Starter Pokemon/Fossils (D/P) 18 - Starte
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