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  1. 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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  2. 368 downloads

    This event has been made available via serial code to players who attended at the screenings of either Pokémon Heroes: Latios & Latias, Jirachi: Wish Maker, or The Rise of Darkrai in commemoration of the Pokémon's 25th anniversary. As of LGPE, wonder cards are no longer stored in saves. As such, players will not be able to inject this wonder card into their save using PKHeX, for the purposes of redeeming it in-game. Wonder Card ID #0145: サトシ's Pikachu Species Pikachu (World Cap) TID 970401 Distribution Serial Code Location a 2022 Pokémon movie Dates Aug 11 to Sept 30, 2022 PID Cannot Be Shiny Games SWSH Nature Hardy Ability Static (1) Item Light Ball IVs EVs HP 31 ALL 0 ATK 30 DEF 30 S.ATK 31 S.DEF 30 SPE 31 Lv. 80 Moves (ITALIC means Relearnable) Thunderbolt Quick Attack Iron Tail Electroweb Alola Champion Ribbon Lang Slot Mon's Lang Nickname OT Name OT's Lang JPN ピカチュウ サトシ JPN ENG ピカチュウ サトシ JPN FRE ピカチュウ サトシ JPN ITA ピカチュウ サトシ JPN GER ピカチュウ サトシ JPN SPA ピカチュウ サトシ JPN KOR ピカチュウ サトシ JPN CHS ピカチュウ サトシ JPN CHT ピカチュウ サトシ JPN Multiples Redemptions Allowed Format Ver.2.1.2-12, Post Updated Date:20220811_1901
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  3. 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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  4. 364 downloads

    This event has been made available via serial code to players who attended at the screenings of Pokémon Heroes: Latios & Latias in commemoration of the Pokémon's 25th anniversary. As of LGPE, wonder cards are no longer stored in saves. As such, players will not be able to inject this wonder card into their save using PKHeX, for the purposes of redeeming it in-game. Wonder Card ID #0142: アルトマーレ's Latias Species Latias TID 020713 Distribution Serial Code Location a 2022 Pokémon movie Dates 11 Aug to Sept 30, 2022 PID Cannot Be Shiny Games SWSH Nature Bashful Ability Levitate (1) Item Soul Dew IVs EVs HP RND, 3x 31 IVs ALL 0 ATK DEF S.ATK S.DEF SPE Lv. 70 Moves (ITALIC means Relearnable) Mist Ball Dragon Pulse Dive Sweet Kiss Wishing Ribbon Lang Slot Mon's Lang Nickname OT Name OT's Lang JPN ラティアス アルトマーレ JPN ENG ラティアス アルトマーレ JPN FRE ラティアス アルトマーレ JPN ITA ラティアス アルトマーレ JPN GER ラティアス アルトマーレ JPN SPA ラティアス アルトマーレ JPN KOR ラティアス アルトマーレ JPN CHS ラティアス アルトマーレ JPN CHT ラティアス アルトマーレ JPN Multiples Redemptions Allowed Format Ver.2.1.2-12, Post Updated Date:20220811_1906
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  5. 190 downloads

    This event has been made available with serial code GANJ 0UAG 0882, announced during the Pokémon anime TV broadcast in Japan. The wonder card was incorrectly programmed as Male. However despite this oversight, when received legtimately in-game, it would be correctly genderless. If users were to use PKHeX to create one, they should instead drag in the fixed gender file. As of LGPE, wonder cards are no longer stored in saves. As such, players will not be able to inject this wonder card into their save using PKHeX, for the purposes of redeeming it in-game. Wonder Card ID #0146: サトシ's Dracovish Species Dracovish TID 210108 Distribution Serial Code Location the Pokémon animated show Dates Aug 12 to Aug 25, 2022 PID Cannot Be Shiny Games SWSH Nature Naive Ability Strong Jaw (2) Item None IVs EVs HP 30 ALL 0 ATK 31 DEF 31 S.ATK 30 S.DEF 30 SPE 31 Lv. 80 Moves (ITALIC means Relearnable) Fishious Rend Dragon Rush Ice Fang Water Gun Classic Ribbon Lang Slot Mon's Lang Nickname OT Name OT's Lang JPN ウオノラゴン サトシ JPN ENG ウオノラゴン サトシ JPN FRE ウオノラゴン サトシ JPN ITA ウオノラゴン サトシ JPN GER ウオノラゴン サトシ JPN SPA ウオノラゴン サトシ JPN KOR ウオノラゴン サトシ JPN CHS ウオノラゴン サトシ JPN CHT ウオノラゴン サトシ JPN Only One Redemption Allowed Format Ver.2.1.2-12, Post Updated Date:20220812_1017
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  6. @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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  7. Version 2.2.0

    2841 downloads

    Here is my save file in brilliant diamond post game (already became champion) with all legal shiny pokemon the purpose of this save file is for those who want to explore sinnoh region in post game to find legendaries and other hidden IGN: Yoonah Gender: Female Pokemon Brilliant Diamond 1.1.1 safe to use it in 1.1.2 Most Legendary is not captured yet (you can still find it) what already captured is (sorry i forgot to backup before) : 3 lake legendaries (azelt, mesprit, Uxie) Dialga Box info: Box 1-18 : all shiny pokemon (some is not shiny because it shiny locked) box 19 : Dialga, 3 lake legendaries box 39/Trained: shiny ditto with 6 31IVs, for breeding purpose box 40: the pokemon i catch myself Using all items cheat in PKhex but not use it too much (like rare candy) Deleted some item because not in game / no need to (Park Ball, Beast Ball, ramanas park slate) All outfit (include platinum style) Underground: most place is not discovered yet, but already have all sphere(900), statue(50), and pedestal(90) Have Fun PS: i will update more save file
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  8. 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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  9. 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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  10. There is no bug. The National Dex is required before proceeding into those areas.
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  11. Try change .ini file to raw type save file and then save again
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  12. YES! It worked, thank you so much! Got my brother's Ho-oh from like 2003 (saved in the Pokémon stadium 2 PC box) on modern consoles! Thank you for all your help!!
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  14. @sleepvertical so your save from the cartridge is working. Hence why it's loading on PKHeX. However to load it into the 3DS VC, a few things need to happen: 1) The save needs to be named specifically sav.dat 2) Extra bytes at the end needs to be added. If you provide the save, I can do it for you. As for Stadium moves, they shouldn't be there, but it's not like the game would freeze up cause they're there.
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  15. Version 1.0.0

    439 downloads

    This is my own Pokémon Ultra Sun main game file. All of the Pokémon are legal and legit. You own every item in the game all 999. All Pokémon in the boxes labeled Alola Dex #1-14 are shiny (excluding cosmog, cosmoem, zeraora, magearna and marshadow). There is every legendary and mythic in the game. All of the legendary Pokémon are shiny. Most of the mythics are shiny. The rest of them are shiny-locked. I obtained all of the stamps in the game. Your party is all Ash-Greninja. You have two boxes full of event PokémonYoiu have 5 empty boxes for whatever your heart desires. All Pokémon excluding the event Pokémon are level 100.
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  16. Version 1.1

    275769 downloads

    Summary Pokémon Blaze Black 2 & Pokémon Volt White 2 are essentially the sequels to my Black & White hacks known as Blaze Black and Volt White. The usual rules with my hacks apply; the main feature is that all 649 Pokémon are available for capture somewhere in the game, and the trainers have all had their rosters changed in order to maintain a much harder challenge than the original game, as well as having an increased variety of opponents to fight. There's also a large amount of alternative features these hacks offer, which range from differences to the Pokémon themselves to the presence of a couple new TMs. If I'm not mistaken, these are also the first Black 2 and White 2 hacks on offer. Additionally, the two versions only differ in terms of their aesthetic differences, such as the appearance of Opelucid City, the title screen, etcetera. So basically, just pick whichever colour takes your fancy! Thread
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  17. I found the encryption algorithm and succeed to decrypt them, researching the offsets now Is it easy to add the editor to PKHeX?
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  18. Try this page: https://github.com/architdate/PKHeX-Plugins/wiki/Installing-PKHeX-Plugins
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  19. Version 1.0.0

    18981 downloads

    My Pokemon Sun Save File 100%
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  20. Version .

    2388 downloads

    The UK and USA verson of the Eon Ticket event are up for download! @ajxpk's gif for the Eon Ticket process: Original Thread and Credits! Source for images: http://ereader.no-intro.org/info.php?set=Resources (USA)
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  21. @Kaphotics it appears that directly dragging it into a WC slot, without viewing it then setting it, is what's causing the problem. (I was able to replicate the issue) @DonateloGM in the mean time, there's a way for it to work. I'm using latest PKHeX (which I download directly from here, our site). All I did was: 1. Load the save in PKHeX 2. Drag the WC6 into the mystery gift window (and if you're skeptical, I used the exact copy you uploaded.) 3. I view the wonder card, and set it into the slot. (right click on the icon and you'll see those options) 4. Save the save as "main" using PKHeX. 5. Load up the game. Didn't modify any events flags or anything. Literally those 5 steps.
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  22. Version 1.3

    34801 downloads

    Introduction Hello all! I've started this, as I've been getting quite a bit of Citra save requests rather frequently. Also, big thanks to @Ammako for coming up with this idea, as a way to deal with the horde of requests. How to use Start off by selecting the set you want. Each set will come with 4 folders, with choices of No Starter (not chosen yet), Chespin, Fennekin or Froakie. Use the images below on how to differentiate between Sets. Once a set is chosen, edit your Trainer's Name and Trainer's Nickname as you please. In Pokemon XY, your rivals give you a nickname. Here is where it's found here in PKHeX: I'll recommend changing your Trainer ID and Secret ID as well, and maybe give a nickname to the starter. This way, the game will feel personal to you. (if you do so, do remember to change the starter OT, TID and SID to yours) Closing Notes I've included a couple of bonus save files, which are stripped-down save post-game saves, varying from Set 1 to Set 6 (and then 2 extras). (It originated as a request, after one user lost their save file, and simply wants to experience post-game). On a separate note, I've previously been told that Citra tends to hang on choosing Kalos Starter and first battle with Shauna, so to counter that, the game saves that is provided with a starter already chosen, begins after Shauna's embarrassing loss. To proceed with the story, bring the Prof's Letter to your Mom, and your journey truly begins.. Update: For those with freezes after collecting the Town Map, I've made another save (Chespin chosen, but all 3 Starters are in that save) that has the Town Map collected.
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  23. 2063 downloads

    This page contains the first ever publicly available savefile that was dumped from an original Pokemon Red cart, which was used to distribute YOSHIRA Mew by direct trade. The distribution took place at Toys R Us stores in the United States from the 8th to 12th of December 1999. The players who were allowed to obtain a Mew were determined among the first 1500 customers at each Toys R Us store on 26 November 1999, where they were able to receive a special "Peel & Win" sticker card (pictured above). 200 of these cards at each store contained the text "Caught Me!" underneath the sticker of Mew. These Mew distribution carts are known to have been either a Red or a Blue cartridge, which were sealed into a GameBoy Pocket with official Nintendo non-tamper security tape. So far only two devices have publicly surfaced on the internet. The first one was a Blue cartridge still sealed into a silver GBP, of which pictures have been on the internet for several years (pictured above). This device is said to have been lost in shipping during ownership change in 2013. The second one is a Red cartridge that has since been cut loose from its GBP, but the Nintendo security tape is still intact on the cartridge (pictured above). This Red cartridge was first seen on Reddit several months back, which is owned by a former Toys R Us employee who personally distributed Mews from the cartridge back in 1999. I recently contacted this Redditor, and offered to ship her my cart dumper in order to get the savefile dumped and safely preserved. As save data in the first two generations rely on a low-power battery, after approximately 18 years it was clear that the savefile would not have survived much longer. Due to this and the extreme rarity of these devices, this may have very well been a one time opportunity to ever preserve save data from one of these carts. Every Mew has identical IV stats: 5 HP, 10 Attack, 1 Defense, 12 Speed, and 5 Special. Every Mew in this savefile has the Original Trainer name of YOSHIRA (none YOSHIRB). I can only speculate that perhaps those on the Blue cartridges contained YOSHIRB Mews. The Trainer IDs are all unique however, and imply the Mews were generated in groups of 5 (eg. 16385, 16386, 16387, 16388, 16389, then 16443, 16444, 16445, 16446, 16447, and so on). My theory is that the Mews were generated with a "Mew machine", which was a quicker method used at other event locations to distribute YOSHIRA/YOSHIRB Mews. We know these machines distributed Mews with TIDs that incremented by 1, so due to the Trainer IDs we see here, we could assume that each savefile had different Mews(or at least that several different savefiles may exist). So other than TID, the Mews on this savefile are all identical. The way I figure it, a cart was inserted in a Mew machine, a party full of 5 were generated, the cart was removed, and while someone manually placed those 5 Mews in a PC Box, another cart was in the machine having it's party filled. I don't figure it could have been practical to give every cart unique Mews, but multiple carts were filled to have a wider variation of existing TIDs. After a handful of carts were full of Mews, their savefiles were likely copied among the hundreds of carts send to Toys R Us stores. Keep in mind though, this is purely my speculation based of the information we have. All the traded pokemon from this savefile had been previously released, so only the Mews remain. Box 11 and 12 are totally empty. Box 5 and 10 are each missing one or two Mews. Boxes 1 to 4, and 6 to 9 remain fully untouched. I did return a few Mews from the party to their proper box slot, so the TIDs line up as they were originally. Any oddball TIDs that couldn't be matched up were placed in the Party. I also want to note that I did request the rom to be dumped as well, and it was 100% identical to any other retail Red cart. While we were 99% positive this was obviously the case, it's still nice to have that confirmation. In the past some people have speculated whether or not the rom was special and would have the PC filled with Mews if a New Game was started. Once again, I want to give special thanks to Jenn from Reddit, because without her generosity, we may have never been able to obtain one of these savefiles. She did promise to supply her personal experience/memory of the event and any details, so when she does, that will be shared here as well.
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