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  1. Version .

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    In Pokémon Ruby & Pokémon Emerald (when player selected Blue at the TV at home when first entering Hall of Fame), with the Eon Ticket (received from event in real life then from Norman in-game RS; received from Ruby & Sapphire via Record Mixing E), players get to visit Southern Island and encounter the Legendary Latias. Latias is the other Euo duo that wasn't roaming in the player's game, and it is holding the Soul Dew. For players that wants to activate the event without Injecting the Mystery Event (EN/JP)RS/Gift Record Mixing (save)RS, read about the event flags here.
  2. Version .

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    In Pokémon Sapphire & Pokémon Emerald (when player selected Red at the TV at home when first entering Hall of Fame), with the Eon Ticket (received from event in real life then from Norman in-game RS; received from Ruby & Sapphire via Record Mixing E), players get to visit Southern Island and encounter the Legendary Latios. Latios is the other Euo duo that wasn't roaming in the player's game, and it is holding the Soul Dew. For players that wants to activate the event without Injecting the Mystery Event (EN/JP)RS/Gift Record Mixing (save)RS, read about the event flags here.
  3. Version .

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    In Pokémon Ruby & Pokémon Emerald (when player selected Blue at the TV at home when first entering Hall of Fame), with the Eon Ticket (received from event in real life then from Norman in-game RS; received from Ruby & Sapphire via Record Mixing E), players get to visit Southern Island and encounter the Legendary Latias. Latias is the other Euo duo that wasn't roaming in the player's game, and it is holding the Soul Dew. For players that wants to activate the event without Injecting the Mystery Event (EN/JP)RS/Gift Record Mixing (save)RS, read about the event flags here.
  4. Version .

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    In Pokémon Sapphire & Pokémon Emerald (when player selected Red at the TV at home when first entering Hall of Fame), with the Eon Ticket (received from event in real life then from Norman in-game RS; received from Ruby & Sapphire via Record Mixing E), players get to visit Southern Island and encounter the Legendary Latios. Latios is the other Euo duo that wasn't roaming in the player's game, and it is holding the Soul Dew. For players that wants to activate the event without Injecting the Mystery Event (EN/JP)RS/Gift Record Mixing (save)RS, read about the event flags here.
  5. I just needed somewhere to store the flags I bothered to compare. FRLG Flags Research is in this thread: https://projectpokemon.org/home/forums/topic/47715-frlg-flags-research/ Additionally, some existing RS flags documented: https://github.com/pret/pokeruby/blob/9d62ad060b05848a0cad1f09881c3863596455fd/include/constants/flags.h#L258-L357 and E flags documented: https://github.com/pret/pokeemerald/blob/b1b97c1da9f8190ef3d145acf30eb1708f50e3f3/include/constants/flags.h#L516-L629 (thanks Kaphotics for linking them previously) Here goes nothing: Activating Mystery Events (RS): 2053 Set, 2124 Set Receiving Eon Ticket from e-card: 2100 set, 2124 set, 2131 set and constants that may or may not be necessary: Southern Island from Norman (RS)*: 2131 Set and constants that may or may not be necessary: Southern Island via Mixing Records (E)*: 2227 Set (SYS_HAS_EON_TICKET flag) Birth Island enabled (E)*: 0314 Set, 2261 Set Navel Rock enabled (E)*: 0315 Set, 2272 Set Faraway Island enabled (E)*: 0316 Set and 2262 Set Manipulating Southern Island Lati@s: (flags after TV event) 0255 Set, 0291 Set, 0734 Set Constants that affected which TV option was chosen: * means you still need to have the ticket in your bag At the very least, it also appears that the act of receiving the Eon Ticket from an e-card leave a value somewhere in the save that isn't event flags or event constants. (Injecting the actual event isn't enough, need to receive it from e-reader) Without this "value", the Eon Ticket would not be sent to Emerald during Mixing Records. I've added a Pokémon RS save with the Eon Ticket received via e-reader to here. Hopefully that makes the distribution to Emerald via Mixing Records easier.
  6. as far as I can tell, the first post to this thread tells you literally what you need to do: Decompress arm9.bin. Go to offset (list above) and change the value 08 into QQ. QQ can take any value from 00 (no shiny at all) to FF (roughly 1 in 257 chance). That is pretty much as clear cut as it could be. Rather ask for a "better tutorial", tell us which part you didn't understand, and we can proceed to elaborate.
  7. Asking for ROMs are also against our rules. Please read up on our various rules before posting again.
  8. that would be sending you a file from inside a ROM, can't do that. Against the rules.
  9. maybe they're stalking the forums and wanted to mess with ya XD
  10. Version .

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    Using the Aurora Ticket received from events on their copy of Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen games, players gain access to the Birth Island, and get a chance to capture the Mythical Deoxys! Do note that the Aurora Ticket was never distributed to the Japanese copies of Pokémon Emerald Version. For players who rather not use the Mystery Gift to activate the event, simply use PKHeX's Event Flags > Research, and For Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen: Check Flag 2122 and Flag 2123 , then proceed to add an Aurora Ticket into the Key Items of the Bag. For Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen, having the National Dex and Rainbow Pass may be required. More event flags here.
  11. Don’t remember. In any case it shouldn’t matter, since the region of the save updates to match the device when you load it up (it’s not stored permanently on the save)
  12. Gucci? Lol. In any case, saving on Citra configured to another region isn't a problem. The game save changes region whenever you use the save on a different device, so it's not a problem. The problem is Game Syncing while on a different region device. Just save the game on the device with the same region as originally Game Sync'd, THEN proceed to Game Sync, and it should be all good.
  13. Luma3DS allows for region spoofing for the 3DS. Typically this only matters for receiving Mystery Gifts of different regions. I forgot to change back my region when I did a Game Sync. If so, you could uncheckmark those yourself. The shiny lock list isn’t huge, just make sure you uncheck shiny locked species and impossible species.
  14. @zakh the save loads just fine. note: I did load it up once in PKHeX to try to fix any checksums, if there were checksums broken. In any case, try using this one: POKEMON HG.sav
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