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Shady Guy Jose

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  1. Save editing won't get you there. You have to change the actual game code, which may or may not be possible (and definitely not easy)
  2. For it to be entirely legal, it has to come from a 3DS (because of the HOME tracker). You need to inject that Ultra Sun file into a real cart or eShop game with a hacked 3DS, then use that to bring it into Bank/HOME (directly of by trading with another 3DS that has the app). If you go the Sysbot route or inject it directly into your Switch save file, it can technically be detected as hacked. When a HOME tracker is assigned, it takes note of the first game that brought the Pokémon into HOME. If that's a Gen 8 game and it's a Pokémon that couldn't have reached Gen 8 without first being in HOME, then it's clearly hacked, even if the Pokémon itself is perfectly legal.
  3. They are illegal. The only currently obtainable Mew in BD/SP is shiny locked. The game won't forbid you from trading those hacks online between friends, but there's no way to legitimately obtain a shiny Mew.
  4. I mean with old Pokémon once they're able to be transferred to BDSP (they likely will when HOME support comes, even if only Pokémon up to Arceus, according to what we got from datamining).
  5. To elaborate a bit on @Kaphotics' answer: BD/SP will get HOME support eventually, and datamining finds suggest that they will be able to receive Pokémon from earlier games, as long as they're present in BD/SP (National Dex number up to 493). We do not know yet if Sword/Shield will be updated to support Pokémon that come from BD/SP, either species currently in Sword/Shield or species that they may surprise us and re-add like they did with the release of Isle of Armor and Crown Tundra. When HOME support comes, if our current suspicions come true, it's likely that PKHeX will be able to replicate the native .pk8 to .pb8 conversion at that time. So I suggest you wait until then. Any interaction with Pokémon Legends: Arceus is also unknown at this time.
  6. Would this have happened with two old (Gen 4) Pokémon with the same PID but otherwise different? Say, two RNGd Pokémon with the same PID for IV/Nature purposes. I imagine it would be so, from the example at hand, but maybe this should actually be tested
  7. It's been linked in this very thread by @SkyLink98: 3ds.hacks.guide
  8. Just in case @Halier Lockehart doesn't really understand the system: The Attack DV sets the gender. Higher means male and lower means female. The threshold varies with the gender ratio of the species. The only female Pokémon that can have max Attack are female-only species. Certain DV combinations make the Pokémon shiny, and 15/15/15/15 is not one of them, so shiny Pokémon can never have max stats in Gen 2.
  9. You're probably better off using a tailor-made Action Replay/Game Shark code to make your current HP 1 at the beginning of each battle (maybe with a key combination to trigger it, or something). I can't make you one myself, but there should be people around here with the skills to do so.
  10. Then you should go the gift route. Individual .pkm files are the same every time, while an in-game gift is generated when you redeem it, and is, as such, 100% the same as a legitimate Pokémon, provided you had received the Wonder Card back then and forgotten about it for years.
  11. Every Shadow Pokémon is obtainable again, including the first starter. If that's your concern, delete the generated Croconaw. The game will also obviously not account for anything generated, since the flags are stored elsewhere.
  12. https://www.irccloud.com/pastebin/rdxEbTm4/ EDIT: Ninja'd with the download links, sorry
  13. I'd hazard a guess that WISHMKR Jirachi is probably in PKHeX's event database, it's probably easier if you just use that one. If you want to make it shiny, you'll need to look up PID/IV tables
  14. Yup, it came out a few minutes after I replied
  15. @theSLAYER @Kaphotics as pointed out in another topic by @dji, this also affects the GameCube games, at least Colosseum, and I ran into the same issue today.
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