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  1. *ALMOST 2.5 YEARS LATER* I'm back with the certificates for the Mews! Mostly. I actually may have thrown them out (Shameful, I know) but not before snapping photos of them! And also the HQ versions of me possibly at the same event. I still am not 100% sure which event these were and if they were from the same event, but it was totally in or near Orange County, California no later than 1999.
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  2. Hello, first post, I just signed up to share this actually. I have a Pokemon Blue since I was a kid and the save still holds. I managed to dump it, so here's the deal. I am from Greece and my save contains a Mew inside it which I know for a fact that it came from a sharing event that was taking place at local toy stores at that time. I have no tangible proof for this, other than my word, but I can guarantee that the save is not tampered with (it's my original cart save, no 2nd hand purchase) and I know the kid that traded it to me had taken it from the event the days prior, because my parents would not take me there myself. Moveset is like this because I had given it to a kid with Silver in order to teach it the moves, since I only had Blue myself. Blizzard, thunder, fireblast was all the rage at my elementary school's meta Sharing it in any case, this is a piece of data straight from 1999-2000 OT: GREECE TID: 21587 151 - MEW - 3268.pk1 Fun fact: When I started playing the game, I was a dumb kid and did not know that you had to save the game in order to keep your progress; the only games I had played until then were super mario and kirby. So, after playing for hours the 1st day I got the game, having just beaten Misty, when for whatever reason I had to stop playing (probably was told to, hahah) I just turned the GB off. When I turned it on again and realised it had started from the beginning, I gave it to my sister to ask her why (since she was 4 years older and knew (better) english), and it's at that time that she started playing the game as well, and named the character MOUSA (Greek for "muse") and that's how the player name came to be. I have no idea what I had named the character during those first few hours. EDIT: The cart in question, I had put so much time on this as a kid, 200 hours, I think it shows
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  3. That's not entirely accurate, yes a copy of the Pokémon does remain on the HGSS savefile, but there is essentially a partial clone contained in the Pokewalker data itself. You can do a key combo at the Pokewalker menu in HGSS to "recall a Pokémon" if your Pokewalker is lost or broken, because the entire "original" Pokémon is still in a hidden slot on the savefile, but there is something on the Pokewalker more than just the species index value. If you test the Pokewalker using Spinda, you can see that the spot pattern is retained, as are form differences with gender and such for other species. Spinda having the correct spots is important, because that means the PID value is also retained by Pokewalker, as that is required to render accurate spot patterns. If one were to dump the RAM of the Pokewalker and recover that PID value, it could be used to reconstruct the Pokémon's Nature, Gender, IVs, etc. I'm unsure if Nickname, Trainer ID, Secret ID, Trainer Name, moves, level, etc. are also all retained, but the PID alone would be plenty to go off of. It looks like some other communities have done a significant amount of digging into Pokewalker hacking, like these two for example, they appear to have made some headway: http://dmitry.gr/?r=05.Projects&proj=28. pokewalker https://github.com/mamba2410/reverse-pokewalker It would take some significant effort and some digging to find it, but it's in there... Somewhere.
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  4. Someone has/had a YOSHIRA Pikachu from Nintendo Power. This is just pure speculation, but look how the IVs match with the distribution Mew. An example from a Pikachu raised from LV 5 to LV 24, with Mew IVs, the stats result are very close to the original photo, just by a few points of difference: I suppose this Pikachu was made with the same Special/Mew Distribution Machine, they just changed the Pokémon, nicknamed it to PIKCHU and give them the moveset.
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  5. I would like to share some documentation I made last year regarding editing some obscure features of the Gen 5 games and I was able to succesfully edit the Unity Tower floors, the Geonet locations and all the results from the passerbies and surveys. I made a somewhat messy in-depth Excel file explaining everything I was able to find, but I will explain it briefly here. The Unity Tower Block (Block 29 in both BW and B2W2) stores data of the Unity Tower floors you have unlocked, the recent players's NPC you have encountered and all the Geonet locations you can view in the globe from any Pokémon Center. Your own country and subregion data is stored in the main trainer block. The most interesting thing about this is that there are 102 unreleased countries/sovereign states to choose in the Geonet that were unavailable, but works the same as the regular countries! These locations were previously documented by @suloku in his BW Tool program, in which you can edit the country location of the NPCs from the Join Avenue. They were unnoticed despite some of them being hilarious, like Vatican City or North Korea. The Passerby and Survey Block (Block 63 in BW and 61 in B2W2) saves the results of all the passerby answers and surveys. They can be edited to eassily achieve S+ Rank in the Passerby Anaylytics HQ from Castelia City. I will also submit my own edited blocks that everyone can import to their save files using the mentioned BW Tool. I hope the excel file is understandable enough, feel free to ask me if anyone has any doubt! This was the first time I tried to document something, so I apologice in advance if something is slightly wrong. B2W2 Documentation.xlsx B2W2 Block 61 (Passerby and Survey).bin BW Block 63 (Passerby and Survey).bin BW-B2W2 Block 29 (Unity Tower and Geonet).bin
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  6. Open your save file in a Hex Editor and go to 0x1EB4C. You will see there the Pokédex number of the Pokémon you have in the volcano scene. For example, Metagross's number is 376 in decimal = 178 in hexadecimal using any hex calculator. If I wanted to write Metagross, I would overrwite the next 2 bytes with "78 01". I'm not sure what are the next 2 bytes (0x1EB4E-1EB4F), I think they are the gender/shiny form. If you want it to be shiny, you can write "03 00" there. Edit: Remember to open and save the save file in Pkhex to fix the checksums.
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  7. I think it was the end of June, so yeah now it makes sense why it wasn't legal, my bad
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  8. Just a little information regarding Surfing Pikachu.
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  9. The Pokémon's data shown in the credits are stored at 0x1EAF0. The game saves your EC and the Pokémon IDs for each event. You can also make them shiny/mega/alternate forms tweaking the ID.
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  10. @theSLAYERSorry for that, I didn't look carefully and mistaken report and reply It works after using the Roaming8b option, thanks alot.
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  11. Hi i am sharing my Pokemon Omega Ruby save file (USA) with you which also includes Pokemon from older main games. (I played all of them on Emulator) The game itself is pretty much completed on this save file, at least I wouldnt know what there is left to do. Save is around 140 hours of game time, boxes are full with mostly only cute Pokemon like Corsola, Mew, a bunch of Latias since I like those, Ralts, Buneary, Audino, Skitty, Ditto, etc. and one box with the ingame legendarys. Many shinies I caught myself like Latias (around 2500 resets), Corsola, Luvdisc, Skitty, Mew (on Faraway Island, Emerald) and so on and it also includes event pokemon which i found on this site. Have fun & lets stay cute together. main
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  12. Really appreciate for this nice tutorial, just one add up that, I looked up the helper info for ctrtool, for mac arm64 version, the command should be, which put all options before the file name. Thanks! ./ctrtool -t exefs --exefsdir=exefs --decompresscode exefs.bin
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  13. There is no bug. The National Dex is required before proceeding into those areas.
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  14. Try this page: https://github.com/architdate/PKHeX-Plugins/wiki/Installing-PKHeX-Plugins
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