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Troggy

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  1. Perhaps I was just showing my lack of understanding, but I was more looking for something like you just said as an answer. If the answer is 'it depends on the length of the nickname', then I can live with that. If Pokemon with 8-9 character nicknames that are Pal Parked from U.S. Emerald to U.S. Diamond consistently show that multi country list, then alright. That would seem to mean that there isn't enough information left over to narrow down the country list, so it just spits them all out. I did another batch of Pokemon last night and got: Kecleon ('KECLEON') Country Originated: US/UK/AU Pal Park Country: US/UK/AU Kecleon ('Kecleon') Country Originated: US/UK/AU Pal Park Country: US/UK/AU Kecleon ('SLIM SHADY') Country Originated: US/UK/AU Pal Park Country: Indeterminate Groudon ('GROUDON') Country Originated: US/UK/AU Pal Park Country: US/UK/AU Groudon ('Groudon') Country Originated: US/UK/AU Pal Park Country: US/UK/AU Groudon ('HOBBES') Country Originated: US/UK/AU Pal Park Country: US/UK/AU
  2. Thanks for the response, but how to change trash bytes isn't my question. I don't see the need to mess with trashbytes.exe or modify the hex of these Pokemon since they aren't hacks. I'm trying to figure out what causes legal to output all of those countries under 'Pal Park Country' in some cases but not others for Pokemon that all have the same actual Pal Park Country.
  3. From what I have read, the length of a 3rd gen Pokemon's name influences how legal reads the Hometown and Country information. I know that nicknames of 10 characters give an 'Indeterminate' result due to lack of trash bytes. However, I am curious about another inconsistency I saw the other day. I Pal Parked 6 Pokemon from the same Emerald OT/game to a Diamond game. 3 of the Pokes were nicknamed the uncapped version of their real names (e.g. Rayquaza instead of RAYQUAZA), and the other 3 had other nicknames. The only difference between the Pokes of the same species is the nickname (they are clones). For the nicknames that were 10 characters, I got 'Indeterminate' as I would expect. However, for some of the other Pokes, the Country and Hometown were not just US/UK/AU, but rather the whole list (Including Japan, Spain, etc). Is there some other trash byte related trend that causes this to happen? Edit: Latios ('Latios') Country Originated: US/UK/AU Pal Park Country: US/UK/AU Latios ('AEROSTAR') Country Originated: US/UK/AU Pal Park Country: US/UK/AU, France, Italy, Germany, Spain/South America, Korea Rayquaza ('Rayquaza') Country Originated: US/UK/AU Pal Park Country: US/UK/AU, France, Italy, Germany, Spain/South America, Korea Rayquaza ('MEAN GREEN') Country Originated: US/UK/AU Pal Park Country: Indeterminate Wynaut ('Wynaut') Country Originated: US/UK/AU Pal Park Country: US/UK/AU Wynaut ('ITSATRAP!') Country Originated: US/UK/AU Pal Park Country: US/UK/AU, France, Italy, Germany, Spain/South America, Korea
  4. Thanks for the response, that's good to know.
  5. Oh, I wasn't familiar with that application. Pretty neat. I guess I will just have to accept that there are certain spreads that legal.exe does not like. So far I have found a total of 3, one being the Careful one I started the thread about. Thanks for the comment
  6. Oh, I see now. When you hover over the delay of 2448 you get my seed I don't have an Action Replay...but thanks again for your help!
  7. Thanks for the information. I put in all the information I could for my Bibarel, and it gave me a different seed than the one I used. I put that seed into RNG reporter, and there were no spreads that matched the one I used. I attached the result it gave me below. Maybe I just don't understand how to use the program? Oh, okay. That makes some sense. I don't know if I plan on trading my RNG caught Pokemon, I just didn't want someone to check one of the few that have that 'invalid' sync tag and jump to conclusions.
  8. Thanks for the response Does anyone have a reason why legal is doing this for certain spreads but not others?
  9. Hi, I have been having some issues with legal.exe lately and curiosity has gotten the best of me. I have gotten the same error twice on legitimate Pokemon. Under Sync it says 'invalid'. I have attached the legal.exe results of my most recent catch that has failed. I obtained this Bibarel as a wild catch @ Lake Acuity. I used a RNG abuse method to get the results that I did. Here is that information: Method J Careful 31/31/31/02/31/31 Seed: f107099a Frame: 16 When I went to catch it I used a Careful synchronizer as my party lead. I don't own any third party devices, and I checked this Bibarel as soon as I had uploaded it to my computer via HyperGTS. There is no conceivable way it is not legitimate, so is this some quirk in legal.exe? I'd like to know for future reference in case I am checking someone else's Poke and I get this flag. Thanks in advance for any help. Edit: I read through the legality checker thread a bit, and saw that other people are experiencing 'false positives' similar to mine. Is there any other information known about this at this time?
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