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  1. You’d have to have to use ROM hacking tools to figure that one out, you could try asking the ROM hack’s creator for that list, if you already have a Pokémon with that move you can see what it replaced, or by trial and error.
  2. No, if PKHeX is able to read the save in the first place the move will either come up as nothing iirc or will be a different gen 3 move. The save just stores values and the ROM interstates those values as per what the ROM has been told what those values mean. For example if ROM hack replaces Tackle with Moonblast the ROM hack will read it as Moomblast, but everywhere else will read it as Tackle.
  3. You're right that using PKHeX will cause a lose of information in this case, but that is due to move information from all games not being stored in the Pokémon data. Each move a Pokémon knows for which game is stored in Pokémon HOME's database and will modify the moves based on what information HOME has. So unless you do the transfer correctly there will always be a data loss since PKHeX is unable to know what moves the Pokémon use to know. So it isn't such much as a glitch and more so a side effect as to how Pokémon transfer works between games.
  4. @Teal Mahogany I’m not familiar with OpenEmu, but does it allow you to dump the RAM? If it does I think I might know a way to change your Seadra to Kingdra.
  5. I'm not a mod, but I suggest you delete your attached file since it contains ROMs and those are not allowed to be uploaded to this forum.
  6. What I meant was there are no save editors that I know of that will work for Radical Red. PKHeX does not support ROM hack save, but ROM hacks that do not modify the structure of the original save to much similar to Kaizo Emerald can be recognized as the original game. However, in that case the legality check will not work and will probably flag everything as not legal.
  7. PKHeX does not support rom hack saves. Especially ones that deviate from how the save is structured from the original game. Unfortunately, I’m not able to recommend a save editor that will function with Radical Red.
  8. Are you trying to open the ROM in PKHeX? If so that's not how it works. You need to play the game save twice using the game's built in save feature and not the emulators or save states. Then go to the Battery folder and you'll find the .dsv file that is the save file which can be opened with PKHeX.
  9. Delete the ROM file in your last post it's not allowed to be uploaded here. That would explain why you're not finding anything if your using the ROM file with the application. Basically to get a RAM dump get the Memory Viewer or something similar to the emulator you're using and dump the memory. Which emulator are you using?
  10. Japanese version of gens 1 and 2 isn't technically implemented (found that out just before release). Mind uploading the RAM dump with Sandshrew in it? Mind uploading both files here so I can take a look?
  11. For gens 3 and 4 did you dump the entire RAM or are you trying to load the ROM into the application? Gens 1 and 2 there is a high possibility to get false results since those Pokémon have less defining values and the application just looks for data that resembles a Pokémon for that gen. It could also help me make the program better if you share the files and tell me which Pokémon you were trying to extract incase they are stored differently in the RAM so I can add them as edge cases.
  12. Bank or HOME will not have any issue with that since there is no way to tell they didn't come from 3 separate saves that just happen to have the same OT, ID, and SID. Neither of those applications are able to draw correlations between separate Pokémon and determine that something odd is going on.
  13. It's still worth giving it a try. I never tested it with Japanese version, but there is a good chance it'll still work. I did test it with Japanese gen 1; however, it didn't find all of the results and had some wrong results, but it still functioned and is at least work trying.
  14. Dump the RAM and then try the extractor I’m linking you to. Gen 2 was not tested for the Japanese version of the games, but the English version will work.
  15. Important application update information: Gen 1 support added (results very for the Japanese version of the games) Gen 2 support added (results unknown for Japanese version of the games) Gen 7 support added (SMUSUM only) Gen 8 support added (SWSH only) Colosseum support added XD support added Application name changed
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