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  1. Wild Area Event #20: July 2020

    This is a Wild Area event held by Sword and Shield. It appears to have some kind of mining theme, with all the Pokémon being at least part Steel, Ground or Rock type.
    One can find a Gigantamax Copperajah or Gigantamax Coalossal if they are lucky.

    The release of this event was fraught with issues, and the servers had to redistribute the Wild Area News multiple times to try to tackle them.

    Note that these are to me memory, and do not have them 100% correct. I'll replace them when proof comes along.
    Index 27: Initial Release. Has bugged item (0x1604) as part of the rewards. Crashes the game upon receiving it.
    (Item assumed to be Crown Tundra's version of Armorite Ore. Whoever managed the event probably put the wrong Ore item)
    Index 28: The server removed the accursed item. However it appears to be bugged, perhaps server side. These raids could not be done online.
    Index 29: ??? (I do not have this)
    Index 30: Properly Fixed. Armorite Ore also reinstated as drop reward.
    To import these files into your save, use PKHeX's block importing function. Our tutorial should guide you through it.
    Our first post of this page would contain some data relevant to the importing stage.
    There's info and some common questions regarding Wild Area Events here.
    To see other Wild Area Events, here.

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  2. Wild Area Event #18: Gigantamax Festival

    This is a Wild Area event held by Sword and Shield. All the event slots are held by Pokémon that can Gigantamax.
    This marks the first time the Gigantamax variants of Gengar, Lapras, and Appletun can be encountered on Pokémon Sword (without being hosted by a player that has Pokémon Shield).
    This also marks the first time the Gigantamax variants of Machamp, Coalossal, and Flappe can be encountered on Pokémon Shield (without being hosted by a player that has Pokémon Sword).
    This Wild Area event also sees the return of Gigantamax Snorlax and Gigantamax Toxtricity, which normally cannot be found in the base games without Wild Area events.

    To import these files into your save, use PKHeX's block importing function. Our tutorial should guide you through it.
    Our first post of this page would contain some data relevant to the importing stage.
    There's info and some common questions regarding Wild Area Events here.
    To see other Wild Area Events, here.

    695 downloads

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  3. Shiny Zeraora

    This gift was given out to players during who deposited or withdrawn a Pokémon from HOME, during the Zeraora Challenge.
    Additionally, it also had a requirement of 1 million players defeating Zeraora via the online Event Raids.

    This Zeraora has fixed TID, SID and OT, PID (XOR 0), IVs, Ball (Cherish), with Encryption Constant locked at 0.
    Besides the language byte being variant, and can be nicknamed upon received in HOME, and HOME tracker being unique, all distributed entries of this Pokémon are effectively clones.
     
    The HOME tracker has been removed for privacy reasons.

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  4. National Dex Completion Magearna

    This gift was given to players of Pokémon HOME, as a reward for completing the National Dex. Initially, due to issues with the detection code, players had to shift their entire living dex in their boxes in one session, in order to unlock this Mystery Gift in their Pokémon HOME.
    This event also marks the first time Original Color Magearna became available to players.
     
    It appears that this gift was initially intended to be released at launch, however they weren't ready to release it; they instead accidentally gave out a Lv.10 Magearna that had 15 ribbons attached to it.

    The unlocking of this Mystery Gift temporarily stopped rolling out for public. However if it was already in your Mystery Gift box, one could still claim it.
    There were a few reports of a Lv.10 original color Magearna with 15 ribbons presumably because of this.



    The OT, ID and tracker ID has been replaced for privacy reasons.
     
     
     
     
     
     

       In-Game Gift  Species   Magearna (Original)   TID   (recipient)   Distribution   In-Game Gift   Location   Pokémon HOME   Dates   (any)   PID   PID: 00000000   Games   HOME   Nature   Mild   Ability   Soul Heart (1)   Item   None                                                                    Moves   (ITALIC means Relearnable)   Fleur Cannon   Flash Cannon   Defense Curl   Rest

    Souvenir  Lang 
     Slot    OT Name    Nickname   Preset 
    Lang   JPN    (recipient)    (default name)    ENG    (recipient)    (default name)    FRE    (recipient)    (default name)    GER    (recipient)    (default name)    ITA    (recipient)    (default name)    SPA    (recipient)    (default name)    KOR    (recipient)    (default name)    CHS    (recipient)    (default name)    CHT    (recipient)    (default name)   Only One Gift*  * While only one gift was intended, the Magearna was farmable for the initial 1 - 2 days it was made available.
     
     

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  5. First Login Reward Pikachu

    This Pikachu is waiting for the player in the PC, when the players accesses their HOME's PC for the very first time.
    If the player's first login is on the Nintendo Switch, this Pikachu's language is set to Japanese.
    If the player's first login was on the mobile app, this Pikachu's language follows the language that was set when launching the application.

    This Pikachu's OT Gender is set to Male.

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  6. First GTS Trade Rotom

    Using the mobile app, when the player deposits a Pokémon into GTS, and that Pokémon was selected for a trade,
    the player can then receive this Rotom from the Mystery Gift > Gift Box option.
     
    As per any Mystery gift redeemed on Pokémon HOME, this Pokémon's language follows the language that was set on the mobile app.
    This Pokémon's OT Gender follows the gender of the avatar the player picked.

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  7. First Challenge Pichu

    In the mobile app version of Pokémon HOME, players were able to receive a special Pichu by completing any challenge (to obtain a sticker),
    and placing the sticker in a binder.
    Players can receive it from the Mystery Gift > Gift Box option.
     
    As per any Mystery gift redeemed on Pokémon HOME, this Pokémon's language follows the language that was set on the mobile app.
    This Pokémon's OT Gender follows the gender of the avatar the player picked.

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  8. HOME Starter Bulbasaur

    When players first launch the mobile app version of Pokémon HOME, they'll be given a choice to choose a Kanto starter.
    This Kanto starter comes with it's hidden ability.
     
    This Pokémon's language follows the language that was set on the mobile app.
    This Pokémon's OT Gender follows the gender of the avatar the player picked.

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  9. First Wonder Box Trade Eevee

    Using the mobile app, when the player deposits a Pokémon into the Wonder Box, and that Pokémon was then traded away,
    the player would then be qualified to receive this Eevee from the Mystery Gift > Gift Box option.

    Basically, the player gets the Eevee for their first successful trade via the Wonder Box.
     
    As per any Mystery gift redeemed on Pokémon HOME, this Pokémon's language follows the language that was set on the mobile app.
    This Pokémon's OT Gender follows the gender of the avatar the player picked.

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  10. HOME Starter Squirtle

    When players first launch the mobile app version of Pokémon HOME, they'll be given a choice to choose a Kanto starter.
    This Kanto starter comes with it's hidden ability.
     
    This Pokémon's language follows the language that was set on the mobile app.
    This Pokémon's OT Gender follows the gender of the avatar the player picked.

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  11. HOME Starter Charmander

    When players first launch the mobile app version of Pokémon HOME, they'll be given a choice to choose a Kanto starter.
    This Kanto starter comes with it's hidden ability.
     
    This Pokémon's language follows the language that was set on the mobile app.
    This Pokémon's OT Gender follows the gender of the avatar the player picked.

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  12. SWSH Fashion Block

    Fashion block for male and female saves, to be used with PKHeX's Block Importing function.

    Don't forget to save the save and export the save after importing the block.
     
    Notable Entries
    Male fashion items
    Female fashion items
     
     If you don't understand how to import blocks, read our tutorial.

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  13. Wild Area Event #19: Zeraora Challenge

    This is a Wild Area event held by Sword and Shield. Besides Zeraora, all the event slots are held by Pokémon that can Gigantamax.
    This event allows Zeraora to spawn as event boss, though important to note that it cannot be caught.
    This event also features the shiny Zeraora, at a higher level of difficulty.
    If a million Zeraora gets defeated before a deadline, a shiny Zeraora will be gifted to players via HOME.
    To qualify, you need to shift a mon into HOME during that period.
    This is the first wild area event since the DLC Isle of Armor dropped.
    It adds a new file, called normal_encount_rigel1.
    It either means players with the DLC can have their own event raids (across all of Galar),
    or these event raids only apply to Isle of Armor.
    To import these files into your save, use PKHeX's block importing function. Our tutorial should guide you through it.
    Our first post of this page would contain some data relevant to the importing stage.
    There's info and some common questions regarding Wild Area Events here.
    To see other Wild Area Events, here.

    926 downloads

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  14. Campaign with Galar Friends: Galarian Ponyta

    This event was given out to commemorate the then upcoming DLC: Isle of Armor.
    This Ponyta was given out together with the Ball Set.

       Wonder Card ID #1618: Hidden Ability Ponyta Gift  Species   Ponyta (Galar)   TID   (recipient)   Distribution   Nintendo Network   Location   an online present   Dates   29 May to 05 Jun, 2020   PID   Cannot Be Shiny   Games   SWSH   Nature   Random   Ability   Anticipation (HA)   Item   None                                                               
      Lv. 15     Moves   (ITALIC means Relearnable)   Tackle   Growl   Confusion   Fairy Wind

    Classic Ribbon  Lang 
     Slot    OT Name    Nickname   Preset 
    Lang   JPN    (recipient)    (default name)    ENG    (recipient)    (default name)    FRE    (recipient)    (default name)    GER    (recipient)    (default name)    ITA    (recipient)    (default name)    SPA    (recipient)    (default name)    KOR    (recipient)    (default name)    CHS    (recipient)    (default name)    CHT    (recipient)    (default name)   Only One Redemption Allowed  Format Ver.2.0.0-10, Post Updated Date:20200529_1036
    News thread:
     

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  15. Campaign with Galar Friends: Galarian Mr. Mime

    This event was given out to commemorate the then upcoming DLC: Isle of Armor.
    This Mr. Mime was given out together with the Ball set.

       Wonder Card ID #1616: Hidden Ability Mr. Mime Gift  Species   Mr. Mime (Galar)   TID   (recipient)   Distribution   Nintendo Network   Location   an online present   Dates   May 22 to May 29, 2020   PID   Cannot Be Shiny   Games   SWSH   Nature   Random   Ability   Ice Body (HA)   Item   None                                                               
      Lv. 15     Moves   (ITALIC means Relearnable)   Copycat   Encore   Ice Shard   Confusion

    Classic Ribbon  Lang 
     Slot    OT Name    Nickname   Preset 
    Lang   JPN    (recipient)    (default name)    ENG    (recipient)    (default name)    FRE    (recipient)    (default name)    GER    (recipient)    (default name)    ITA    (recipient)    (default name)    SPA    (recipient)    (default name)    KOR    (recipient)    (default name)    CHS    (recipient)    (default name)    CHT    (recipient)    (default name)   Only One Redemption Allowed  Format Ver.2.0.0-10, Post Updated Date:20200522_1208

    News thread:
     

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  16. Campaign with Galar Friends: Big Nugget & Exp. Candy L Items set

    This event was given out to commemorate the then upcoming DLC: Isle of Armor.
    This item set was given out together with the Hidden Ability Galarian Meowth.
    As of LGPE, wonder cards are no longer stored in saves. As such, players will not be able to inject this event into their save using PKHeX.
     Wonder Card ID #1623: Item Set Gift   Here's what you got:    Big Nugget x50    Exp. Candy L x100                             Nintendo Network | SWSH | Only One Allowed | Jun 12 to Jun 16, '20 Format Ver.2.0.0-10, Post Updated Date:20200612_2020
    News thread:
     

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  17. Campaign with Galar Friends: Galarian Meowth

    This event was given out to commemorate the then upcoming DLC: Isle of Armor.
    This Meowth was given out together with the Big Nugget and Exp. Candy L item set.

       Wonder Card ID #1622: Hidden Ability Meowth Gift  Species   Meowth (Galar)   TID   (recipient)   Distribution   Nintendo Network   Location   an online present   Dates   Jun 12 to Jun 16, 2020   PID   Cannot Be Shiny   Games   SWSH   Nature   Random   Ability   Unnerve (HA)   Item   None                                                               
      Lv. 15     Moves   (ITALIC means Relearnable)   Fake Out   Growl   Hone Claws   Pay Day

    Classic Ribbon  Lang 
     Slot    OT Name    Nickname   Preset 
    Lang   JPN    (recipient)    (default name)    ENG    (recipient)    (default name)    FRE    (recipient)    (default name)    GER    (recipient)    (default name)    ITA    (recipient)    (default name)    SPA    (recipient)    (default name)    KOR    (recipient)    (default name)    CHS    (recipient)    (default name)    CHT    (recipient)    (default name)   Only One Redemption Allowed  Format Ver.2.0.0-10, Post Updated Date:20200612_2011
    News thread:
     

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  18. Campaign with Galar Friends: Ball Set 2

    This event was given out to commemorate the then upcoming DLC: Isle of Armor.
    This Ball set was given out together with the Hidden Ability Galarian Ponyta.
    As of LGPE, wonder cards are no longer stored in saves. As such, players will not be able to inject this event into their save using PKHeX.
     Wonder Card ID #1619: Item Set Gift   Here's what you got:    Fast Ball x1    Level Ball x1    Love Ball x1    Friend Ball x1    Beast Ball x1           Nintendo Network | SWSH | Only One Allowed | 29 May to 05 Jun, '20 Format Ver.2.0.0-10, Post Updated Date:20200529_1039
    News thread:
     

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  19. Campaign with Galar Friends: Ball Set 1

    This event was given out to commemorate the then upcoming DLC: Isle of Armor.
    This Ball set was given out together with the Hidden Ability Galarian Mr. Mime.
    As of LGPE, wonder cards are no longer stored in saves. As such, players will not be able to inject this event into their save using PKHeX.
     Wonder Card ID #1617: Item Set Gift   Here's what you got:    Lure Ball x1    Heavy Ball x1    Moon Ball x1    Dream Ball x1                 Nintendo Network | SWSH | Only One Allowed | May 22 to May 29, '20 Format Ver.2.0.0-10, Post Updated Date:20200522_1217
    News thread:
     

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  20. Campaign with Galar Friends: Evolution Items Set

    This event was given out to commemorate the then upcoming DLC: Isle of Armor.
    This Evolution Items set was given out together with the Hidden Ability Galarian Corsola.
    As of LGPE, wonder cards are no longer stored in saves. As such, players will not be able to inject this event into their save using PKHeX.
     Wonder Card ID #1621: Item Set Gift   Here's what you got:    Whipped Dream x1    Sachet x1    Sweet Apple x1    Tart Apple x1    Cracked Pot x1    Chipped Pot x1     Nintendo Network | SWSH | Only One Allowed | Jun 05 to Jun 12, '20 Format Ver.2.0.0-10, Post Updated Date:20200605_1256
    News thread:
     

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  21. Campaign with Galar Friends: Galarian Corsola

    This event was given out to commemorate the then upcoming DLC: Isle of Armor.
    This Corsola was given out together with the Evolution Items Set.

       Wonder Card ID #1620: Hidden Ability Corsola Gift  Species   Corsola (Galar)   TID   (recipient)   Distribution   Nintendo Network   Location   an online present   Dates   Jun 05 to Jun 12, 2020   PID   Cannot Be Shiny   Games   SWSH   Nature   Random   Ability   Cursed Body (HA)   Item   None                                                               
      Lv. 15     Moves   (ITALIC means Relearnable)   Tackle   Astonish   Disable   Spite

    Classic Ribbon  Lang 
     Slot    OT Name    Nickname   Preset 
    Lang   JPN    (recipient)    (default name)    ENG    (recipient)    (default name)    FRE    (recipient)    (default name)    GER    (recipient)    (default name)    ITA    (recipient)    (default name)    SPA    (recipient)    (default name)    KOR    (recipient)    (default name)    CHS    (recipient)    (default name)    CHT    (recipient)    (default name)   Only One Redemption Allowed  Format Ver.2.0.0-10, Post Updated Date:20200605_1239
    News thread:
     

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  22. WC3: Debug test cards

    These are some debug cards found in saves (such as the debug Altering Cave and debug Old Sea Chart), as well as the debug option in the debug menu for FireRed & LeafGreen and Ruby & Sapphire.

    Wonder cards via Debug menu in-game
    R+Start > Tamada > Wonder Card (options)
    Wonder cards via sending gifts locally
    Mystery Gift > Hold R while Exiting > (send cards via names)
     
    Old Sea Map [Emerald - Japanese]
    Collect the Old Sea Map from the deliveryman
    Aurora and Mystic Ticket [FireRed & LeafGreen - Every language | Emerald - Japanese]
    Collect the tickets from the deliveryman
    Note: For the FRLG ones, Wonder card text is in English, but the scripts are localized.
    Egg Ticket [FireRed & LeafGreen - Every language | Emerald - Japanese]
    Collect the egg from the deliveryman.
    Egg hatches as a Pichu, with Surf.
    Note: Wonder card text is in English, but the scripts are localized.
    Altering Cave [FireRed & LeafGreen - English & German | Emerald - Japanese]
    Every time you speak to the deliveryman, it changes the encounter in Altering Cave.
    Note: For the FRLG ones, Wonder card text is in English, but the script is localized.
    Eon Ticket [Ruby & Sapphire - All languages]
    Speak to Norman in Petalburg Gym.


    [We will not distribute the Debug ROMs, and it is against our rules to ask for it]

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  23. e-Card Berries

    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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  24. e-Card Trainers

    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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  25. e-Card Berries

    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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