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  1. I imagine it's as Purin said: some were obtained via live events. If I had to guess, S was available from the games, and MAX was only available via live events.
  2. Both accounts has wireless on, C gear connection enabled. One account stay in the overworld (near the ring around Entralink in Unova), other account go into Entralink, then simply cross over (from the left or right bridge). Once you're in your friend's world, the map turns monochrome in color. Go to the PC in the center of Entralink. Looks pretty much like this:
  3. It appears some are available when you cross into a friend's world. I don't know which is or isn't available for rotation, tho.
  4. Not every power was released. Read this article: https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/O-Power
  5. How easy was it!? Was custom hardware even needed?
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    Ōishi Kōji is a Japanese manga artist, best known for creating the series Inumarudashi. It is presently not known if he has any role in an official capacity, relating to Pokémon. In his Super Secret Base, his battle team consists of a Mega Salamence, Azumarill & Heatran. As this is a special Super Secret Base, it can be found in the locked back room of the house south to Mossdeep's Pokémon Center. This QR code was made available at the Jump Festa 2015 in Japan. Thanks @BlackShark for helping the site archive this.
  7. maybe that's the one. I'll take a quick look at what's there. edit: Nothing, lol. I'll shift the wondercard down to that location, see if it works realized what you meant, lol There's one pointer that points to 0x100100 , but unlike the Japanese one, I don't see another one point to 0x100000 nearby..
  8. If you load back the modified save into PKHeX, is the added Pokémon there?
  9. PKHeX can be used to Super Secret Bases (.sb6) from our Event Gallery or from our User Contributed section. Start PKHeX and load your save file as described in a previous section. Scroll down on the bottom right, a nd click on the Secret Base button. Click on any of the entries listed under Favorite. [Note: you won't be able to import or export your own secret base, the * entry] For example, we'll be clicking on entry 0. Now "view" the entry. This can be done by clicking on the > button. (It "sends" the entry to the viewer on the right) Now, the Import and Export buttons have appeared. If you're looking to Export, click on Export, and you're done. For this example, we will focus on Importing. Click on Import. Now go to whatever folder you have the .sb6, and load it. For this example, we'll use this file. You'll notice that the Import replaced the top-most Empty entry. Save the progress you've made, in the Secret Base Editor. Now save your file. Note: I believe PKHeX does not import any Secret Base that has a location already occupied. Keep that in mind when doing any import.
  10. PKHeX can be used to Super Secret Bases (.sb6) from our Event Gallery or from our User Contributed section. Start PKHeX and load your save file as described in a previous section. Scroll down on the bottom right, a nd click on the Secret Base button. Click on any of the entries listed under Favorite. [Note: you won't be able to import or export your own secret base, the * entry] For example, we'll be clicking on entry 0. Now "view" the entry. This can be done by clicking on the > button. (It "sends" the entry to the viewer on the right) Now, the Import and Export buttons have appeared. If you're looking to Export, click on Export, and you're done. For this example, we will focus on Importing. Click on Import. Now go to whatever folder you have the .sb6, and load it. For this example, we'll use this file. You'll notice that the Import replaced the top-most Empty entry. Save the progress you've made, in the Secret Base Editor. Now save your file. Note: I believe PKHeX does not import any Secret Base that has a location already occupied. Keep that in mind when doing any import. View full tutorial
  11. I'll periodically update this page. Using it to keep track of stuff I may be interested in doing (but after my exams) Entry: 21 June 2019 1. Adding FRE/GER/ITA/SPA/KOR Shiny Tapu Fini to Event Gallery on-site. (we should already have it on our Github) 2. GP1 Shiny Onix, Shiny Horsea 3. Add GP1 Shiny Abra (probably a mistake, but was still available) [1][2] 4. Add GP1 Shiny Clefairy info being wild (temporarily) to it's page? (still considering) [1][2] 5. Dump Super Secret Base entries of the QRs we have. [original issue: folks without 3DS/functioning 3DS camera.] 6. Along those lines, introduce: Event Super Secret Base category and User contributed super secret base category for downloads. T. Figure out why XD Shadow Teddiursa gets ignored. U. Write program that partially fixes stuck in Void saves;analyze changes done by Recovery Program. (reference) V. Gen 5 Legendaries to In-Game Encounters. W. Upload Mythical Ga-olé QR codes that I've found so far. X. Track down remaining Mythicals Ga-olé QR codes. Y. Double checking Gen 3 e-card image -> .RAW coding Z. Finish coding Encounter and Gift table dumper
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    A figure who across the years, became heavily involved in the creation of various aspects of the Pokémon games. In his Super Secret Base, his battle team consists of Rock Star Pikachu, Pop Star Pikachu & Ph. D. Pikachu. As this is a special Super Secret Base, it can be found in the locked back room of the house south to Mossdeep's Pokémon Center. This QR code was made available via the Japanese Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire Full Story Guide Book. Thanks @BlackShark for helping the site archive this.
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    Nitta Emi is a Japanese voice actress, best known for her role as Kōsaka Honoka in the franchise Love Live!. It is presently not known if she has any role in an official capacity, relating to Pokémon. In her Super Secret Base, her battle team consists of a Mega Charizard Y, Poliwrath & Aegislash. As this is a special Super Secret Base, it can be found in the locked back room of the house south to Mossdeep's Pokémon Center. This QR code was made available at the Jump Festa 2015 in Japan. Thanks @BlackShark for helping the site archive this.
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    Tsubaki Ayana is a Japanese Fashion Model and TV personality. While she appears as a guest on Pokémon affiliated TV shows, it is presently not known if she has any role in an official capacity, relating to Pokémon. In her Super Secret Base, her battle team consists of a Froslass, Mega Lopunny & Arcanine. As this is a special Super Secret Base, it can be found in the locked back room of the house south to Mossdeep's Pokémon Center. This QR code was made available at the Jump Festa 2015 in Japan. Thanks @BlackShark for helping the site archive this.
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    Yūki Aoi is the voice actress for Iris in the Japanese localization of the Pokémon anime, as well as the voice of Eevee in Let's Go Pikachu & Let's Go Eevee. In her Super Secret Base, her battle team consists of a Mega Altaria, Luxray & Flareon. As this is a special Super Secret Base, it can be found in the locked back room of the house south to Mossdeep's Pokémon Center. This QR code was made available at the Jump Festa 2015 in Japan. Thanks @BlackShark for helping the site archive this.
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