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  1. Yeah that was my impression. Mega Man Zero 3 had something identical. It could send a special battle chip to Mega Man Battle Network 4, which was also once per cart. But like with Ranger, you can use a homebrew program to completely wipe the save so you could send more of that battle chip.
  2. Only way I know to reset the flag is to use a DS homebrew program to completely wipe the save.
  3. I hope you don't need Go and Let's Go to get it in Gen 8. A lot of Pokemon players either don't care about Go or lack a smartphone.
  4. So that points to the second possibility I listed. Wouldn't make sense to leave that last party spot empty when they could easily fill it with one more Mew.
  5. I can think of a couple of possibilities for the empty spot: 1. They never generated a sixth party Mew because it's impossible to have a completely empty party after you get your starter. 2. They released that non-Mew Pokemon then generated the last Mew before cloning the save to the carts that were sent out. Either sounds possible considering none of the carts seen in the wild have been untouched. Regardless, it's still absolutely amazing that you managed to generate these five with those pesky trash bytes intact.
  6. Oh so it's also 2003 in the French translation. Interesting.
  7. It's likely 07/07/2003 (07/07/2002 when playing in a language other than Spanish), since July 7th is the data of the Japanese festival Tanabata, which Jirachi is inspired by.
  8. This is the variant I got with my Japanese copy of Colosseum back in 2015. Guess the Japanese eBay seller I got it from pre-ordered at a Pokemon Center or got it from someone else who did.
  9. I mean it has all of the European language Aurora Ticket Wonder Cards. We found that out during the effort Real96 helped with.
  10. On this note, I realized that getting our hands on the Europe Aurora Ticket ROM would be VERY useful because it contains ALL of the Wonder Cards AND can send to Emerald in addition to FRLG.
  11. All of the known US and European Gen 4 and 5 distro ROMs have been dumped and can be found via a Google search. @ajxpk Yeah, I think all the Wonder Cards that'll show up have already done so. Guess now we can move onto disassembling the Aurora Ticket ROM and see how we can get it to send to everything.
  12. That's also supported by its Japanese name, Kamitsurugi (カミツルギ). I'm seeing that kami written as 紙 means "paper" while kami written as 神 means "deity" or "God". "Tsurugi" written as 剣 means "sword". So it could either mean "paper sword" or "deity/God sword". Or maybe even "paper deity/God sword". Hard to say, really. I'm also seeing "kartana" is Sanskrit for "cutting" (written as कर्तन), which is also a fitting meaning. It should also be noted that Kartana is currently the only Pokemon that learns Cut by level up, and many of its other level up moves involve cutting or slashing (Air Cutter, Razor Leaf and Sacred Sword to name a few). Man, GameFreak REALLY thought this out. And some fans say they're running out of ideas.
  13. I got the newsletter last month so hopefully it won't take long to get it this month.
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