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I already made a thread for Ahiru's Wonderland and I think たかさん deserves one as well. He did a great job of preserving a lot of 3rd Gen Events by including them into his Tools... even including the Japanese Ruby & Sappire Eon Ticket Mystery Event which is the greatest thing about this. Because its Script is one of the most hardest to preserve... But also he preserved most of the Japanese Ticket Mystery Gifts, from the oldest Aurora Ticket to the Old Sea Map, something which I'm very grateful about. http://web.archive.org/web/20080916003134/http://www.h6.dion.ne.jp:80/~taka.999/index.html However, that's not all. There's something I kept as a secret for a long time. Some years ago when I found that website I discovered a little Tool which is actually a fully working 3rd Gen Pokemon Editor. In this Tool there are some "hidden" 3rd Gen Event Pokemon. I actually wanted to share this earlier, but after I was getting in touch with people who where in charge I was told to not do so, which I respected so I restrained from doing it until now. The reason why I decided to reveal it now is because things changed after the leaks by @Afepoke which included these Events, or at least most of them from what I remember. I can't change the fact that they're leaked now and it doesn't matters since they were public events before, but to me it's important to give the right people credit to those contributed these Events. A list can be found on the main site of the website which I linked above. Of course, it's all in Japanese. The Tool can be found here. It's the first one on the page called "PARPokeEdit.exe".
The website was archived and due to that is still alive: https://web.archive.org/web/20080417193505/http://gbfan.web.infoseek.co.jp:80/pokemon_savedata/emerald/index.html The site is well known in Japan, you can see it often being mentioned at 2ch. It's actually like a database with save files including Event Pokemon. We can be very thankful that this has been done because this way a big amount of Japanese 3rd Gen Events were preserved. It was also very important for our legality research. I tried to get in touch with Ahiru to get more information, especially about those unpublic ones from Gen 1 and Gen 2, sadly without success... Edit: Some "wannabe collectors" were trading these Pokémon for years while hiding the URL and information about where these came from in order to have an unfair advantage over others who knew nothing about it. Ironically pretty much all of these Gen 3 Pokémon files collectors retired after this reveal in 2017, so that hit the last nail in the coffin.