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Poke J

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  1. Just throwing this out there for others to know. Gen 1 and 2 cartridge events are not legal outside of gen 1 and 2 cartridges. Even though you edited the Mew back to its original trainer data it is still illegal because a Mew with that information can not legally exist in the gen 7 and onward games.
  2. As I said in my pervious reply, “ I haven’t seen a duplication glitch that doesn’t copy the Pokémon exactly as it is”. I’ll say be careful with that glitch since from experience you can corrupt your save. Make sure you save twice between attempts.
  3. In gens 1 and 2 female starters can never be shiny since both gender and shiny is determined by the Pokémon DVs. A female starter has an attack DV of either 0 or 1 and the lowest attack DV a shiny Pokémon can have is 2. So for a starter Pokémon to be shiny it has to be male since an attack DV of 2 will result with the Pokémon being male; therefore, starters that are female and shiny is impossible.
  4. If I’m understanding right you want to use a glitch to clone a Pokémon and want to know if it will retain its ribbons correct? I haven’t seen a duplication glitch that doesn’t copy the Pokémon exactly as it so yes the ribbons will still be on the clone. However, I believe all cloning glitches have been patched out of SwSh. A Pokémon does not need to be full evolved to participate is contests.
  5. No it’s a shadow Pokémon from XD. All shadow Pokémon from XD can not be shiny.
  6. @MIO1339 if you scrolled further down that page you would have seen that in gen 3 Deoxys is only catchable in Fire Red, Leaf Green, and Emerald. So no you can’t catch it and have it retain normal firm.
  7. The short answer is no shadow Pokémon from XD can not be shiny. The long answer is Poke Spot Pokémon can be shiny and manipulated. Shadow Pokémon you can only manipulate IVs, nature, and ability. However, in both cases PID, nature, IVs, and ability are all correlated so you can’t change one aspect and expect the Pokémon to be legal. You’ll need to find a new spread for the Pokémon where everything is legal with an application like Poke Finder.
  8. This isn’t an issue with PKHeX since PKHeX only modifies the save file. This is something with the actual game itself. You said you used a randomizer on the game make sure you didn’t change the conditions for evolution.
  9. @Hello, it's me!have you tried any of the things I questioned about in my post above yours?
  10. It’s hard to tell without seeing the actual Pokémon. Mind uploading them here? Apart from that are those the only Pokémon you can’t trade or are you still able to trade Pokémon of different species? Are you able to partake in ranked online battles? I’m asking if since another ban wave happened today and I’m trying to determine if it’s the Pokémon or you got banned.
  11. So was it called main when you imported it and now it’s a .sav? If so try remaining the file from PKHeX as main without the .sav extension. If that doesn’t work mind uploading the original save file and the one from PKHeX?
  12. @Bashfulpig @dangerous_oatmeal3 “Export SAV…” will also export a main file for gen 6 onwards. A main file is just a type of save file.
  13. Find the PID by going to Time Finder select gen 3. Them set it up for method 1 and Emerald. What it looks like you did was pull a method 1 PID from the HGSS pool of method 1 PIDs.
  14. Upon an initial check of the data of Pokémon from the Trainer House compared to the actual data that is and isn't transferred to the Pokewalker is as follows. Data that is transferred to the Pokewalker includes: PID, EXP (but if it has the Pokémon be above Lv 50 the Pokémon is rounded down to Lv 50), nature item, ability, friendship, IVs, EVs, attacks, TID, SID, and trainer gender. Data not transferred over to the Pokewalker includes: origin game, met location, Poke Ball, met level, met date, fateful encounter flag, encountered on, egg met conditions, OT, and ribbons. Data not checked includes: language, Pkrus flags, shiny leaf flags, nickname (but if my memory is right that data is transferred), contest stats, and extra bytes.
  15. Application update: Code clean up and documentation. It should be easier to read now. Application performance increased. Significantly noticeable with Colosseum and XD. Fixed issue with gen 1 and 2 where not all Pokémon were being recognized by the extractor. Fixed issue with Colosseum and XD where EV calculation check, nickname check, and OT checks did not function as intended. Fixed issue with Space World '97 where the application would crash. Other minor bugs fixed. Added application credits.
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