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  1. You need to use an external tool like Pokefinder to get a PID that matches the IVs, the reroll button won't do that.
  2. You don't need any converter for mGBA. By default mGBA saves its save file next to the ROM you loaded. Same name but the file extension is .sav instead of .gba. If my ROM is C:\whatever\PokemonEmerald.gba the save would be C:\whatever\PokemonEmerald.sav. Just make sure to load/save ingame normally, do not use save states.
  3. Your save is empty. Do not use save states, you have to save ingame normally to produce proper save files.
  4. I assume they are talking about this Space World Mew that was distributed to RGB in 1999 https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/List_of_Japanese_event_Pokémon_distributions_(Generation_I)#Nintendo_Space_World_.2799_Mew Most events from Gen 3 and up should be able to successfully be brought to newer generations. However Event Pokemon that were distributed to the original cartridge versions of Gen 1 & 2, like that Mew, are stuck there forever. They were never able to migrate to any newer generation since there has never been an official way to transfer them up. While it is possible to get Pokemon from the Virtual Console re-releases of Gen 1 & 2 into Gen 7 and up, it still lacks an official way to interact between cartridge and VC versions. So those Pokemon will always be illegal in newer generations. Some Pokemon like the PCNY might look legal because they don't really differ from Pokemon that were caught in the wild.
  5. It's not filled, to fill it use PKHeX's Pokedex Editor.
  6. You need the flags "Received Pokedex" and "Received National Pokedex" and the event constant "National Dex Received" has to be set to 770.
  7. You can not directly get your save from the RAM. The save basically consists of 2 parts, your current save and the previous one as a backup. The latter is not loaded into the RAM. Hall of Fame data doesn't seem to be loaded as well, I guess it's only loaded when it's needed. There were a few Pokemon that seemed corrupted when looking through the boxes in PKHeX, but ingame I could only spot 1 Pokemon that was actually corrupted. A Bad Egg in "The Boys", anything else looks fine. After going through the boxes ingame and saving the game a few times PKHeX now only shows 2 "corrupted" Pokemon, 1 in "Box 5" and the other in "Sad", however ingame they look fine. Idk what's wrong there. Pokemon SoulSilver.sav
  8. Ooops my fault, I actually meant L + DOWN + SELECT. Make sure to extract all the files from the zip (exe, dll and json). You also need .NET 5.0 to run it https://dotnet.microsoft.com/en-us/download/dotnet/5.0/runtime But you can see the continue button with your trainer name etc? Once you see the button you can dump your RAM, the data is already loaded.
  9. Search for Wild Area Events in the Events Gallery https://projectpokemon.org/home/search/?&q=Wild Area Event&type=downloads_file&search_in=titles
  10. I just learned something neat by coincidence. Twilight Menu has a RAM dump option! Unlike the one Luma has this actually works..... I don't see why this wouldn't work for repro carts. If the cart is able to load on the console the data should at least be somewhere in the RAM. - setup Twilight Menu https://wiki.ds-homebrew.com/twilightmenu/ - get Poke J's PKX Extractor https://projectpokemon.org/home/files/file/4187-pkx-extraction/ - boot Twilight Menu - boot your game - press L + DOWN + SELECT , this should open a menu on the bottom screen - choose dump RAM and wait - you will find the dump on your SD card in _nds/nds-bootstrap/ramDump.bin - open that file in the PKX Extractor and see if you can find your Pokemon
  11. Your save loads fine. I don't know why it wouldn't load for you. How are you restoring your save after editing with PKHeX? Or mabe you just need to update Twilight Menu, I used the latest version.
  12. Upload your save file, it's hard to tell what could be wrong without seeing the file.
  13. Did you use any cheats? Normally the weather should return to normal right after battling Kyogre/Groudon. You can fix it in the Event Flags in PKHeX. Clear "Harsh Sunlight/Rain in Eastern Hoenn", or flag 2090 in the research tab.
  14. Without actually seeing the Pokemon it's hard to tell what's wrong here. I assume it's just not possible to met the Pokemon on that level at the location you chose. It is recommended to not create Pokemon from scratch but instead grab them from the encounter database, then modify them as you wish.
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