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  1. The card will probably be added to PKHeX's internal database with the next update. Until then you can build your own database. Create a folder in your PKHeX directory and call it mgdb. PKHeX will check legality against the data of wondercards inside this folder.
  2. Check the Events Gallery. No need to hack the card. (other languages are there as well)
  3. There are several ways to edit saves on real cartridges, check out the tutorial. https://projectpokemon.org/tutorials/save-editing/managing-nds-saves/ Once you got your save file you can open it in PKHeX, go to Misc Edits > Pokewalker and select Unlock all, you don't need the wondercards. https://projectpokemon.org/home/files/file/1-pkhex/
  4. @FullLifeGames check the offsets mentioned in steps 7 - 9.
  5. Works fine for me, on the latest Citra canary. Make sure that your drivers are up-to-date (also check you manufacturers website) and set the region in Citra to match the region of your game, don't use auto-select.
  6. You need to unblock the plugin first. Right click the file, go to properties and check 'Unblock'. Windows tends to block dll files from the internet for security reasons.
  7. Just load your save file. PKHeX supports any game from Gen 1 - Gen 8, including Sun/Moon. Don't get confused by the default/blank save file opening PKHeX, that doesn't mean others are not supported anymore. Under Options > Settings you can change the black save version to anything you want.
  8. svdt is for 3DS games only (and not recommended anymore). Use Checkpoint as a save manager (it's for 3DS and NDS saves) if you have custom firmware installed https://github.com/FlagBrew/Checkpoint/releases/latest, you can find a tutorial here https://projectpokemon.org/tutorials/save-editing/managing-nds-saves/using-checkpoint-r70/ If you are using homebrew without CFW you can use TWLSaveTool https://github.com/TuxSH/TWLSaveTool/releases/latest, you can find a tutorial here https://projectpokemon.org/tutorials/save-editing/managing-nds-saves/using-twl-save-tool-r59/
  9. Found the pointers to the wondercard in Japanese Diamond: 0x30BC20 points to 0x100100 0x30BC50 points to 0x100000 It doesn't look like there's any other pointer nearby. The first pointer seems to exists in US Diamond at 0x2FC7AC.
  10. If you replace every byte from 0xC0 - 0xFFFFF with zeros the distribution cart still works without difference if I remember correctly. So I suppose these bytes are unrelated to the distribution functionality. In that area you can find the image you can see when booting on a GBA, showing ZP3J (offset 0x514) as well as 9 more similar images.
  11. No, you need the WC that matches you languge version. You can check the Events Gallery on Github if it has not been uploaded here yet https://github.com/projectpokemon/EventsGallery/blob/master/Released/Gen 7/Wondercards/ITA/1635 USUM - Poni Shiny Tapu Fini (ITA).wc7full
  12. I have never used the My Boy! Emulator, but if other cheats work I see no reason why these shouldn't work as well.
  13. Here is the file you are looking for By the way the Events Gallery has a section for each language of each generation. Here you can find all available Spanish wonder cards from ge 4 https://projectpokemon.org/home/files/category/21-spanish/
  14. The end of Wifi back in the NDS/Wii era was mostly because of the shutdown of the GameSpy servers, which were used by Nintendo. Sure, I don't think they cared much about keeping Wifi alive, if that would have even been possible (I don't know if there are any important GameSpy related URLs or certificates inside the games), but it might have lasted longer. I still don't think the end of online activity on the 3DS is near yet, but well anything is possible.
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