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  1. Hi, and welcome. I used to live in Saitama. I collected a lot of event pokemon while I lived in Japan. I visited Kyoto a couple of times but it was way too hot there. I really like the 6th generation games, so I think you should get a 3DS and give them a try.
  2. Yes, I've heard it's available through the Nintendo Zone at the locations that have it set up in the store (probably for in case the serial codes run out). I don't know about doing it at home, though...
  3. No, because I still don't see the purpose of having such a test, or why "expert genners" are needed. As we've said, it doesn't matter.
  4. From what I understand/recall: The Colosseum/XD PID stuff was a lot more complicated than the other games, and it took a lot of work to figure out. The people that DID figure it out incorporated it into various hack detecting programs, but never shared the information publicly. I don't know what site you are going to where people think they understand that (or why on earth there is a need for "expert genners" when as Kaphotics said, it's perfectly fine the way it is for non-despicable uses), but the way I remember it: the list people who DO understand it is very short.
  5. http://imgur.com/GODWoGl Got my ticket yesterday. Here are the rest of the details: http://projectpokemon.org/events/jp-VI.php#Movie2014Darkrai
  6. Was there ever any more information found out about this, regarding OT/ID and the other particulars? FYI, Gen VI games' distributions are actually restricted by the cartridge region, not the language chosen at the start of a new game. So far, all local wireless and IR distributions I've encountered have not been region restricted, but Serial Code and Internet distributions have. I believe it is possible for local distributions to be restricted, I just haven't seen it yet.
  7. I doubt that. Or, perhaps you are misunderstading the meaning of "legit."
  8. You can sectionalize things to keep things organized. Tabs just make it too much work to get a general view of the data. Especially when it's a Wonder Card and there isn't a lot of data anyway.
  9. Another serial code event will be happening with the April issue of Corocoro in Japan. http://i.imgur.com/Tia0nwZ.jpg It will be holding the Charizardite opposite of the game version it is used on, allowing players to obtain both in the same game. More details as they're confirmed.
  10. Nope. You'd have to load your save into a retail cartridge.
  11. I'd like to remind everyone that intentionally putting hacked Pokemon through Transporter is against the TOS of Pokemon Bank. It could get you banned from that service and discussion on how to circumvent it is not allowed here. I originally thought the purpose of this thread would be to report false positives getting blocked from being Transported, but it seems everyone is discussing why their hacked pkm were not able to get through. Any further discussion of that sort will result in this thread being shut down.
  12. Ahhhhh, that's too bad. The other interesting thing I noticed about this event is that while the gender is random, it seems to be determined when you download the wonder card, not when you pick up your pkm. Not sure if this is a new thing on how Gen VI WCs work, or if it's just how this event works.
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