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  1. Version 1.1

    4212 downloads

    Use these files to skip ahead of the story to the climax of Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon. The game is saved at the altar so just walk up to watch and enjoy the cutscene with Necrozma. You can use PkHeX to edit these files to your liking.
  2. Hello all, I'm new to these forums but I really need your help! I was editing some pokemon that i have been working on for half a year on pkhex last night and In my groggy state, I accidentally permanently deleted my pkmn Sun's main save file from my PC without having a recent back-up saved somewhere. I panicked and ended up purchasing a file recovery service in EaseUS, to recover the said main save file. Now when I try to open the file with pkhex it says it's corrupted or using a different version (which I have not changed) I will upload the recovered file here and maybe one of you heroes can help me out. I really hope this file isn't completely lost :(( main
  3. Hi! some time ago my 3ds cannot turn on anymore (motherboard is dead) and i cannot back up in time my saves o data from my nand. There was a lot of old pokemon from events in my cia pokemon y and ultra sun game. Is there a way that i can restore that save file on a new 3ds? please 00000001.sav 00000001.sav
  4. Version 1.0.0

    354 downloads

    El beldum shiny de steve que podias conseguir si precomprabas pokémon ORAS, Steven's Shiny Beldum, you can get this pokémon if you early purchaser Pkmn ORAS
  5. Can someone explain why Hydropump in Totodile/Croconaw/Feraligart shows as INVALID, when they are 100% legal? Also I have problems with some pokemon, like Graveler, because "Unable to match an encounter from origin game", when he was a Geodude caught in Route 33 I'm new with this tool, and I just make backups of my game and clone some rare pokemon in Gen I
  6. I was asking if can I edit the Raikou/Entei data in the Pokedex for find them shiny in the roaming encounters, or I just need to have a lot of lucky, because I can't find a section in PkHex what help me with that I can make soft reset with Suicune and Celebi, but with roaming pokemon... I don't know how to make a kind of soft reset to found them shiny I found Raikou just leaving Ecruteak City by the Route 38 after release the trio TT-TT Edit: If I change the Pokedex data of Raikou to NOT SEE, can I get another chance to caught him shiny in the next opportunity?
  7. Long story short, got 2 mews out of VC Red and lost their nicknames to transporter, need to rename them and this is my last option. I have an Action replay and have been told I can use that to export my Moon's save file to my computer, then use that to gain access to my Mew's and rename them through PKhex. I'm at my wits end here to try and get their names back, if anyone could tell me how to do this or direct me somewhere that can I would be eternally grateful!
  8. I wants to use PKHeX to edit the game file. but I stuck in the first step: install it don't work on XP, win 10, even win 7. I think it's the server shut down. XP with out internet: win 7 with out internet: win 7 with internet: win10 with internet: by the way. these are Chinese. hope this remind is helpful I tried "3DSSaveEditor_en.zip" and "3DSSaveEditor_ja.zip" it's can be install successfully. but it's not fit with my tool. This one is for a product without a installation disk. But I do.... these are the different product, the pictore on the top is mine: and this is the no disc type Closer to home.... who do knows how to fix it or anyone have the same product with me? pls help me out QAQ
  9. Just a simple question here: What order of Ai bits make it harder? You can make lots of combinations of them, like you can have 'strong' and 'basic' checked, or all three of them checked and I'm just wondering if it just uses whatever the highest level checked is. And if that's the case why are they in random combinations in the editor? - Screenshot so you know what I'm talking about Thanks in advance
  10. I'd like to know what's the best way to transfer my Pkm (I have VC Gen1-2 legit .cias, Gen3 .GBA roms converted into .cias, Gen4-5 .nds roms and Gen6-7 .3ds converted into .cias // that's the best way or can and should play them in .3ds?) from any gen to any gen using PkHex (or maybe Pksm?). Any uselful guide explaining how to do it? Thanks.
  11. Lets just say I have a working copy of a gen 6 distribution rom installed on my 3ds. Does anyone know if it is possible to use pretendo or wimmfi or whatever to connect with a friend qnd distribute an event pokemon as if he were actually in the room? We both are on the latest luma and FW Please let me know if this should be posted in another section! Im new here haha
  12. Hi, I've been playing through Emerald on my 3DS using a cia that was previously completely in line with my 3DS's system time, and would obey time based events. The other day, I copied the save onto my computer in order to inject the wonder cards of the event exclusive items so I could have them in my game. To save time in having to copy the file back to my 3DS after every new event, I collected them using my GBA flashcart on my gameboy micro, then put that save back onto my 3DS. However, now I have noticed that although clocks in game still read the same time as my 3DS system time, time based events are not advancing in my game. My berries aren't growing and the berry master wont give me new berries when I log in to play each day. Any idea as to how I could fix this? :)) thank you!!
  13. I can’t figure out how to use the trainer editor on PK3DS on ultra moon. Can somebody help me? I can’t change the Pokémon people have. In the picture it shows a mime junior but I can’t change it.
  14. So I was recently shiny hunting and on a small 3DS screen and it would be pretty hard to tell if a Pokemon was shiny if I wasn't paying attention to the shiny sparkle. This got me thinking, right now in Pokemon Legends Arceus, if you encounter a pokemon, during battle there will be the shiny mark next to it's name, and it's extremely useful for those Pokemon that have a very subtle change. So my question is, is there a mod/hack for any of the 3DS era of Pokemon games that adds the shiny mark to the Pokemon's HP bar like Pokemon Legends Arceus? Or is there a way that I can go in and add it? I'm a software engineer so I could add something in, but I've never had experience messing with the code in a pokemon game.
  15. Hello my name is MasterKirby1982 and I am going to teach you how to activate and add any Code in Citra Emulator? for Android or Mobile versions as you can say. Well... let's get started! First things first if you have Citra Emulator on Android and played your first random game. You have to look for the citra-emu directory (which is your entire Citra directory or folder), well open that folder and then you see the folder that says cheats, well open that folder too and then we go to the next step. To add Cheats in Citra you will have to write the game ID in text format (TXT). The game IDs are different depending on the regions, such as: Mario Kart 7 (USA) ID Game: 0004000000030800.txt Mario Kart 7 (EUR) ID Game: 0004000000030700.txt See the difference between the expectations of Mario Kart 7, well that's how your TXT file should look. Now comes the case of how to add a code, first I'm going to copy a code, for example: [All Characters] D3000000 14000000 0013C99C 01FF003F This is a code for Mario Kart 7 (USA), and well, what goes inside the bracket "[]" is the Name of the code you want to put and below it comes the code below. Bone, the example is like this: ["Code Name"] 00000000 00000000 < Insert Code 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 Now comes how to enable and disable the code. To activate or enable the code requires using the term of *citra_enabled placing that term below the code name, here I go as the example: [All Characters] *citra_enabled D3000000 14000000 0013C99C 01FF003F Well, as you saw that, this is how the All Characters code will be enabled in Mario Kart 7 (USA). And now to finish, to deactivate or disable the code, simply delete the *citra_enabled and so the code will be disabled as usual, here comes the example: [All Characters] *citra_enabled < The Code is Activated D3000000 14000000 0013C99C 01FF003F Objective: Disable. Result: [All Characters] D3000000 14000000 0013C99C 01FF003F The code is now disable in this way. And that's it for the tutorial, and also you can add more 3DS codes, enable and disable them in the way I explain. You can add more Cheats on differents titles games of Nintendo 3DS (examples: Pokémon, Kirby, The Legend of Zelda, among others) in this page: GitHub (3DS Cheats Codes) I hope have helped you
  16. I am trying to compile a list of the interactable Pokémon encounters in Pokémon Sun and Moon. If anyone could assist me in this endeavor I would be appreciative. These encounters would include in game event Pokémon, legendaries, stationary Pokémon wild battles, and of the such.
  17. So I originally wanted to add new Pokemon/Forms to XY but after some research it seems no one has figured out how to actually add new Pokemon, so from my understanding, custom Pokemon are made by replacing existing ones. I am trying to import some models using Ohana3DS + Rebirth, and SPICA. None of these seem to work properly for me. From what I've found/read: -SPICA's import button was never actually programmed; it's just a dead button -Ohana 3DS Rebirth cannot replace existing models, only textures. Even if I try to import a model (.DAE) it just gives me an Unhandled Exception error and crashes. This happens whenever I try opening another file too, so pretty much every time an "Open File..." Window appears for the second time, it dies. -The Original Ohana 3DS can only replace parts of a model, and animations aren't an option. Also, it seems the only accepted filetype is .OBJ, but this isn't the end of the world. I am struggling to find any info on workarounds, so I'm asking here: How does one properly replace existing models, textures and animations for these games? Thanks
  18. Can some one tell me about tool for making pokemon x cheats? I am using windows 7. Please give me link of this tool if you have.
  19. Basically just the title. I'm looking for Maxie's model to port to SMD as an alt model to the final boss of SMD, and I was hoping to nab the model from the files of OR and edit that to match SMD, instead of having to make an all new one.
  20. This is a simple Pokémon Ultra Sun/Ultra Moon thread. Suited to Legendary Wild Pokémon. Note: only works in 1.0 version. But if you are an Android user and you read this thread, if you do not know how to use codes for your Smartphone, I invite you to read this: Well, with all this, let's start with the codes! Ultra Sun. ID: 00040000001B5000 Ultra Moon. ID: 00040000001B5100 [Wild Legendary Pokémon: Kanto] *L+Left: Articuno. *L+Right: Zapdos. *L+Up: Moltres. *R+Down: Mewtwo. *R+Up: Mew. DD000000 00000140 005B9FC0 E1D500B0 005B9FC4 E59F000C 005B9FC8 E5C40004 005B9FCC E59F0000 005B9FD0 E12FFF1E 005B9FD4 00000097 005B9FD8 0000001E 003A7298 EB084B48 003A72A8 EB084B44 003A72C4 EB084B3D D0000000 00000000 DD000000 00000180 005B9FC0 E1D500B0 005B9FC4 E59F000C 005B9FC8 E5C40004 005B9FCC E59F0000 005B9FD0 E12FFF1E 005B9FD4 00000096 005B9FD8 00000046 003A7298 EB084B48 003A72A8 EB084B44 003A72C4 EB084B3D D0000000 00000000 DD000000 00000240 005B9FC0 E1D500B0 005B9FC4 E59F000C 005B9FC8 E5C40004 005B9FCC E59F0000 005B9FD0 E12FFF1E 005B9FD4 00000092 005B9FD8 00000032 003A7298 EB084B48 003A72A8 EB084B44 003A72C4 EB084B3D D0000000 00000000 DD000000 00000210 005B9FC0 E1D500B0 005B9FC4 E59F000C 005B9FC8 E5C40004 005B9FCC E59F0000 005B9FD0 E12FFF1E 005B9FD4 00000091 005B9FD8 00000032 003A7298 EB084B48 003A72A8 EB084B44 003A72C4 EB084B3D D0000000 00000000 DD000000 00000220 005B9FC0 E1D500B0 005B9FC4 E59F000C 005B9FC8 E5C40004 005B9FCC E59F0000 005B9FD0 E12FFF1E 005B9FD4 00000090 005B9FD8 00000032 003A7298 EB084B48 003A72A8 EB084B44 003A72C4 EB084B3D D0000000 00000000 [Wild Legendary Pokémon: Johto] *L+Left: Raikou. *L+Right: Entei. *L+Up: Suicune. *R+Left: Lugia. *R+Right: Ho-Oh. *R+Up: Celebi. 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  21. HELP! Just injected a GBA rom of Pokemon FireRed as a VC cia to my o2DS, running cfw 11.6 and god mode 9. I've fixed the save error you get at the beginning of the game (but message still appears as per usual), and used gm9 to dump the save file to my SD card. I tried to open the save file (linked here) to edit using PkHex but I get this error message, and it just opens to my default save (pokemon sun). I've tried changing the file extension to .pk3, .sav (instead of .gbavc.sav) and even .pk7, but I still get the error. I was hoping someone would know a way of fixing this, or otherwise another way to edit my gba vc save. Cheers 00040000002DEE00.gbavc.sav
  22. So I transferred *saves* from Citra to Checkpoint, so that I could restore it to the original cartridge. However, I couldn't help but notice the "extdata" folder which I have 0 knowledge about. Could anybody explain what this folder does/if its important?
  23. I've played a few Soul Link's so far and every time I start my play session for the day it's always kind of an annoying process. Loading up 2 separate emulators, 2 roms, having to rekeybind the controllers every time. I was wondering if someone would be able to make a program that could make it easier. If your unfimiliar with a Soul Link Nuzlocke, heres the rules. 1- Any Pokémon that faints is considered "dead," and must be released or stored in a specified PC box for "dead" Pokémon. 2- You can only catch the first Pokémon encountered in each area, and none else. If the first Pokémon encountered faints or flees, there are no second chances. 3- You must also nickname all of your Pokémon, for the sake of forming "stronger emotional bonds." 4- In a new area, the first encounters for both players will be, "linked," together until death. 5- If one Pokémon in a linked pair is placed in the PC, it's Soul Link partner must be placed in the PC as well. 6- If one Pokémon in a linked pair dies, it's Soul Link partner is considered dead as well. 7- If one player fails to capture their first encounter in an area, the second player must forfeit their encounter in their corresponding area. 8- Across both players parties, primary typings may not be repeated. Basically what I'm looking for is a program that emulates 2 roms side by side and be able to control them individually. I've thought of a few features to make it better. Features -Emulators from all consoles built in - Ex. VBA, Desmume, and Citra -Saves both roms under 1 "project" and loads them on the same side every time -Type Chart ready -Online Remote Play - Be able to join your friends session online to see and control one of the games. -Games connected locally so you can trade and battle -Database where you can input your linked pokemon pairs and where you caught them -Built in Pokedex Database (Not necessary but would be helpful) -Program reads both your teams and displays them between the game (I'm aware that's not an easy ask but if it's possible, why not) I feel like except for a couple of them this is a completely possible thing to create. I know it probably wont happen but I just thought I'd get the idea out there. I love doing Soul Links and I'm so happy people found a way to make Pokemon Co-op. Thanks for your time.
  24. Hello, I have problems while trying to edit textures with transparency. Ohana replaces transparent textures with another color and I don't know how to put it back. Here Pancham's iris have some big grey rectangle around the eyes instead of a transparent texture. Even if I put the transparency back with photoshop or any image editor Ohana keeps replacing it when I insert it back. Is there a solution about this ? Thx
  25. Greetings to all community. My question is: Changing data such as Conutry, Sub Region anf 3DS Region from a save file affects to legality? I've using the same save file between 2 3DS', one is USA Region and the other one JPN. So the Pokemon data not match with trainers info. I'm currently playing in the Japanese 3DS, can't change the language or contry, so the Pokémon I catch now it says are from Japan, but the trainer info says I'm from USA. If I change my trainer info, the Pokémon I catched in the previus console will be Ilegal?
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