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  1. Project Pokémon Bot

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    Description This promo card was only available to Japan, and even then it was not easy to come across one. There are only 1,000 copies in existence, and it was mailed to lucky winners, who mailed-in proof that they purchased at least 6 e-reader booster packs during the promotional period. This promo card does not store itself in some way on the save, so it could not be extracted like e-Card Trainers and e-Card Berries (as .ect and .ecb respectively); it basically ends up directly adding the doll to your save, not particularly different from the way this tool works. Additionally, @HaxAras has a page that provides a bunch of saves, as well as detailing how to transfer the dolls onto an international system. Usage In order to use this .raw, users will need a VBA link with e-reader support. Instructions on how to use the VBA link with e-reader support can be found here.
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    The Pokémon Battle e are e-Reader cards that utilized the e-Reader compatibility of the main series games, to give players extra content beyond the ones programmed into the games. They can be obtained as promos or from booster packs. Examples of various English e-Reader cards can be seen here. These are the sets that are presently in the set: 1. Pokémon Battle e: Series 1 (08-A001 to 08-A048) 2. Pokémon Battle e: Series Promo cards 08-P001 to 08-P004 3. Pokémon Battle e: American Pokémon Ruby Promo card 129-B001 4. Pokémon Battle e: American Pokémon Sapphire Promo card 129-B002 These e-Card trainers can be injected using @suloku's tool.
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    For Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire, the paired games had an exclusive feature that allowed them to scan e-Reader Cards and obtain a special berry. Pokémon holding these berries were not allowed to be traded to other main series games. Pokémon holding these berries were also not allowed to be traded to Colosseum or XD, nor transferred to Pokémon Box: Ruby and Sapphire. Pokémon holding these berries were allowed to be Pal Parked into Generation IV, however their held item would become the Enigma Berry. In Generation III, there is no legitimate way to acquire the Enigma Berry, as it is merely a placeholder in those games. Additionally, the data for these e-Card Berries do not exist in the ROM data of the Gen III games; the e-Card data is loaded into the save, and the game uses the placeholder Enigma Berry to display the stored data. So in reality, the player is merely holding onto the Enigma Berry, but the player would not know, as the data shown belongs to the e-card Berry scanned. These e-Card berries can be injected using @suloku's tool.
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    Jirachi was distributed via the PAL version of the Pokemon Channel game to Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire, after the player has unlocked the full episode of Pichu Bros. in the Party Panic. In extremely rare conditions, it is possible to obtain this Jirachi as a shiny.
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    This gift was distributed to players who attended the Party of the Decade at Bryant Park, New York, back in 2006, to commemorate the 10th anniversary of Pokémon (based on the original Japanese release). While this gift is similar to the Journey Across America version, with the Original Trainer being 10 ANIV, the Trainer ID is 06808 (signifying the event date 2006 August 8.) instead of the TID of 00010.
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    55 downloads

    This gift was distributed to players who attended the Party of the Decade at Bryant Park, New York, back in 2006, to commemorate the 10th anniversary of Pokémon (based on the original Japanese release). While this gift is similar to the Journey Across America version, with the Original Trainer being 10 ANIV, the Trainer ID is 06808 (signifying the event date 2006 August 8.) instead of the TID of 00010. Additionally, this gift came with the move Fly, unlike the Journey Across America version, perhaps to honor the presence of the original Pikachu Balloon from Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
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    46 downloads

    This gift was distributed to players who attended the Party of the Decade at Bryant Park, New York, back in 2006, to commemorate the 10th anniversary of Pokémon (based on the original Japanese release). While this gift is similar to the Journey Across America version, with the Original Trainer being 10 ANIV, the Trainer ID is 06808 (signifying the event date 2006 August 8.) instead of the TID of 00010.
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    53 downloads

    This gift was distributed to players who attended the Party of the Decade at Bryant Park, New York, back in 2006, to commemorate the 10th anniversary of Pokémon (based on the original Japanese release). While this gift is similar to the Journey Across America version, with the Original Trainer being 10 ANIV, the Trainer ID is 06808 (signifying the event date 2006 August 8.) instead of the TID of 00010.
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    45 downloads

    This gift was distributed to players who attended the Party of the Decade at Bryant Park, New York, back in 2006, to commemorate the 10th anniversary of Pokémon (based on the original Japanese release). While this gift is similar to the Journey Across America version, with the Original Trainer being 10 ANIV, the Trainer ID is 06808 (signifying the event date 2006 August 8.) instead of the TID of 00010.
  12. Version .

    42 downloads

    This gift was distributed to players who attended the Party of the Decade at Bryant Park, New York, back in 2006, to commemorate the 10th anniversary of Pokémon (based on the original Japanese release). While this gift is similar to the Journey Across America version, with the Original Trainer being 10 ANIV, the Trainer ID is 06808 (signifying the event date 2006 August 8.) instead of the TID of 00010.
  13. Version .

    58 downloads

    This gift was distributed to players who attended the Party of the Decade at Bryant Park, New York, back in 2006, to commemorate the 10th anniversary of Pokémon (based on the original Japanese release). While this gift is similar to the Journey Across America version, with the Original Trainer being 10 ANIV, the Trainer ID is 06808 (signifying the event date 2006 August 8.) instead of the TID of 00010.
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    50 downloads

    This gift was distributed to players who attended the Party of the Decade at Bryant Park, New York, back in 2006, to commemorate the 10th anniversary of Pokémon (based on the original Japanese release). While this gift is similar to the Journey Across America version, with the Original Trainer being 10 ANIV, the Trainer ID is 06808 (signifying the event date 2006 August 8.) instead of the TID of 00010.
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    52 downloads

    This gift was distributed to players who attended the Party of the Decade at Bryant Park, New York, back in 2006, to commemorate the 10th anniversary of Pokémon (based on the original Japanese release). While this gift is similar to the Journey Across America version, with the Original Trainer being 10 ANIV, the Trainer ID is 06808 (signifying the event date 2006 August 8.) instead of the TID of 00010.
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