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  1. Version 1.0.0

    4272 downloads

    Pokémon Ranger Manaphy Egg This Manaphy egg can be sent from any Ranger game to any Generation IV game after completing the special Manaphy mission. For the first Ranger game, the mission was unlocked with a password. For the second game, the mission was downloadable through Nintendo Wi-Fi from November 10, 2008 to January 31, 2009. For the third game, the mission was downloadable from October 4, 2010 to January 11, 2011. Species Manaphy (EGG) Nickname Egg (save lang) OT (recipient) TID (recipient) Distribution Mission Reward Location Pokémon Ranger Dates (sent from Ranger) PID Chance of Shiny (when hatched in different game) Games DPPTHGSS Lv. 1 Nature Random Ability Hydration (1 or 2) Item None Moves Tail Glow Bubble Water Sport (None) (no ribbons) Format Ver.1.0.6-3, Post Updated Date:20190104_2346
  2. Version 1.0.0

    1001 downloads

    Year of the Dragon Trapinch Egg This egg was distributed at Pokémon Centers to celebrate the Year of the Dragon. The Pokémon that hatch from the eggs are always shiny color variants. Players were able to receive one of six possible eggs per game cartridge during each of the four weeks the event ran. Week 1 ran from January 6 to 15. Wondercard ID 054 PID Random Games BW Type Local Wireless Dates 01.06.2012-02.05.2012 Nickname ナックラー Gender Random Level Egg Nature Random Ability Hyper Cutter/Arena Trap OT (Player's) SID (Player's) Location Pokémon Center Ribbon Ball Poké Ball Held Item --- Moves Bite --- --- ---
  3. Version 1.0.0

    840 downloads

    Year of the Dragon Swablu Egg This egg was distributed at Pokémon Centers to celebrate the Year of the Dragon. The Pokémon that hatch from the eggs are always shiny color variants. Players were able to receive one of six possible eggs per game cartridge during each of the four weeks the event ran. Week 1 ran from January 6 to 15. Wondercard ID 054 PID Random Games BW Type Local Wireless Dates 01.06.2012-02.05.2012 Nickname チルット Gender Random Level Egg Nature Random Ability Natural Cure OT (Player's) SID (Player's) Location Pokémon Center Ribbon Ball Poké Ball Held Item --- Moves Peck Growl --- ---
  4. Version 1.0.0

    812 downloads

    Year of the Dragon Horsea Egg This egg was distributed at Pokémon Centers to celebrate the Year of the Dragon. The Pokémon that hatch from the eggs are always shiny color variants. Players were able to receive one of six possible eggs per game cartridge during each of the four weeks the event ran. Week 1 ran from January 6 to 15. Wondercard ID 054 PID Random Games BW Type Local Wireless Dates 01.06.2012-02.05.2012 Nickname タッツー Gender Random Level Egg Nature Random Ability Swift Swim/Sniper OT (Player's) SID (Player's) Location Pokémon Center Ribbon Ball Poké Ball Held Item --- Moves Bubble --- --- ---
  5. Version 1.0.0

    788 downloads

    Year of the Dragon Druddigon Egg This egg was distributed at Pokémon Centers to celebrate the Year of the Dragon. The Pokémon that hatch from the eggs are always shiny color variants. Players were able to receive one of six possible eggs per game cartridge during each of the four weeks the event ran. Week 1 ran from January 6 to 15. Wondercard ID 054 PID Random Games BW Type Local Wireless Dates 01.06.2012-02.05.2012 Nickname クリムガン Gender Random Level Egg Nature Random Ability Rough Skin/Sheer Force OT (Player's) SID (Player's) Location Pokémon Center Ribbon Ball Poké Ball Held Item --- Moves Leer Scratch --- ---
  6. Version 1.0.0

    956 downloads

    Year of the Dragon Deino Egg This egg was distributed at Pokémon Centers to celebrate the Year of the Dragon. The Pokémon that hatch from the eggs are always shiny color variants. Players were able to receive one of six possible eggs per game cartridge during each of the four weeks the event ran. Week 1 ran from January 6 to 15. Wondercard ID 054 PID Random Games BW Type Local Wireless Dates 01.06.2012-02.05.2012 Nickname モノズ Gender Random Level Egg Nature Random Ability Hustle OT (Player's) SID (Player's) Location Pokémon Center Ribbon Ball Poké Ball Held Item --- Moves Tackle Dragon Rage --- ---
  7. Version 1.0.0

    887 downloads

    Year of the Dragon Bagon Egg This egg was distributed at Pokémon Centers to celebrate the Year of the Dragon. The Pokémon that hatch from the eggs are always shiny color variants. Players were able to receive one of six possible eggs per game cartridge during each of the four weeks the event ran. Week 1 ran from January 6 to 15. Wondercard ID 054 PID Random Games BW Type Local Wireless Dates 01.06.2012-02.05.2012 Nickname タツベイ Gender Random Level Egg Nature Random Ability Rock Head OT (Player's) SID (Player's) Location Pokémon Center Ribbon ________ Ball Poké Ball Held Item --- Moves Rage --- --- ---
  8. Hello, I'm a little confused about egg/relearn moves. My understanding was that a bred pokemon can inherit moves from its parents based on it's listed egg move list. For example: Cyndaquil - Moves. Cyndaquil, like many other pokemon, has a slew of egg moves listed. Nowhere in Cyndaquils' egg moves is flamethrower. Here is a Cyndaquil I bred: As you can see, flamethrower is the second relearn move listed. PKHEX thankfully sees this as being legal which it should be as the poke was bred and hatched in game. My question is, how do I know what moves can and can not be egg moves for a given pokemon? As it stands, my way of figuring this out is by simply punching in a move I'd like to have under relearn moves and see if pkhex gives me an error but I'd like a better approach if one exists. If anyone can shed any light on this I'd appreciate it. Thank you. On a side note, there are other instances of this happening for various pokes, I just used Cyndaquil as an example.
  9. Version .

    1533 downloads

    This is one of the Pokemon that were distributed at Pokemon Center in Japan, as part of the Mega Evolution Eggs series. The wonder card ID for the cards change with week rotation. Weeks Wonder card ID Dates Week 1 0071 Jan 17 to Jan 23, 2015 Week 2 0072 Jan 24 to Jan 30, 2015 Week 3 0073 Jan 31 to Feb 06, 2015 Week 4 0074 Feb 07 to Feb 13, 2015 Week 5 0075 Feb 14 to Feb 20, 2015 Week 6 0076 Feb 21 to Mar 01, 2015 Redistribution 0142 Apr 01 to Apr 30, 2016 Thanks to Kirzi for the 0142 Numel from the Mega Evolution Eggs series. Species Numel (EGG) Nickname (default, save lang) OT (recipient) TID (recipient) Distribution Local Wireless Location a Pokémon Center Dates (Various) PID Cannot Be Shiny Games All Regions 3DS: ORAS Lv. 1 Nature Random Ability Simple (2) Item None Card Per Save Only One Allowed Moves (ITALIC means Relearnable) Growl Tackle Iron Head (None) WC: 「メガシンカするポケモンの タマゴ」's receiving text 0x07 Thank you for coming to the Pokémon Center! Please pick up your gift from the delivery girl in the game. Classic メガシンカするポケモンの タマゴ そだてて しんかさせると メガシンカできるようになる ポケモンの タマゴを ランダムで プレゼント! Redistribution's text: メガシンカするポケモンの タマゴ 4がつは イースターにちなんで そだてて しんかさせると メガシンカできるポケモンの タマゴを プレゼント!
  10. victorxcxx

    Egglocke

    I want eggs, pkm eggs. EGGLocke 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. Any Pokemon you catch must be swapped for an egg that is in the PC. Once that egg is swapped, you may then use Rare Candies to level up the hatched Pokémon to match the level of the Pokémon you exchanged it for. 4. You must also nickname all of your Pokémon, for the sake of forming "stronger emotional bonds." Nickname the eggs you send please. - Do not send any Legendary Pokemon - Make sure that it's has moves it can learn and not hacked moves - Make sure you're sending the starting form of the Pokemon not an evolution - Make sure it has a legal ability - Make sure Iv's is 0. set the happiness to 0. If someone can wants can make and one shiny but one each. Send many as you wish. From gen 1 to gen 4. Send in email: victor.vicktor@gmail.com Thank you so much!
  11. Version 1.0.0

    614 downloads

    Pokémon Ranger Manaphy Egg This Manaphy egg can be sent from any Ranger game to any Generation IV game after completing the special Manaphy mission. For the first Ranger game, the mission was unlocked with a password. For the second game, the mission was downloadable through Nintendo Wi-Fi from November 21, 2008 to February 14, 2009. For the third game, the mission was downloadble from November 5, 2010 to January 1, 2011. Wondercard ID --- PID Random Games DPP HGSS Type Ranger Dates 07.27.2007 Nickname MANAPHY Gender Genderless Level Egg Nature Random Ability Hydration OT (Player's) SID (Player's) Location Pokémon Ranger Ribbon --- Ball Poké Ball Held Item --- Moves Tail Glow Bubble Water Sport ---
  12. Version 1.0.0

    202 downloads

    Pokémon Ranger Manaphy Egg This Manaphy egg can be sent from any Ranger game to any Generation IV game after completing the special Manaphy mission. For the first Ranger game, the mission was unlocked with a password. For the second game, the mission was downloadable through Nintendo Wi-Fi from November 21, 2008 to February 14, 2009. For the third game, the mission was downloadble from November 5, 2010 to January 1, 2011. Wondercard ID --- PID Random Games DPP HGSS Type Ranger Dates 07.27.2007 Nickname MANAPHY Gender Genderless Level Egg Nature Random Ability Hydration OT (Player's) SID (Player's) Location Pokémon Ranger Ribbon --- Ball Poké Ball Held Item --- Moves Tail Glow Bubble Water Sport ---
  13. Version 1.0.0

    174 downloads

    Pokémon Ranger Manaphy Egg This Manaphy egg can be sent from any Ranger game to any Generation IV game after completing the special Manaphy mission. For the first Ranger game, the mission was unlocked with a password. For the second game, the mission was downloadable through Nintendo Wi-Fi from November 21, 2008 to February 14, 2009. For the third game, the mission was downloadble from November 5, 2010 to January 1, 2011. Wondercard ID --- PID Random Games DPP HGSS Type Ranger Dates 07.27.2007$Dates[1] Nickname MANAPHY Gender Genderless Level Egg Nature Random Ability Hydration OT (Player's) SID (Player's) Location Pokémon Ranger Ribbon --- Ball Poké Ball Held Item --- Moves Tail Glow Bubble Water Sport ---
  14. Version 1.0.0

    945 downloads

    Pokémon Ranger Manaphy Egg This Manaphy egg can be sent from any Ranger game to any Generation IV game after completing the special Manaphy mission. For the first Ranger game, the mission was distributed to players who had purchased advance tickets to the 9th Pokémon movie. For the second game, the mission was downloadable through Nintendo Wi-Fi from March 20, 2008 to June 15, 2008 and again from December 1, 2008 to January 15, 2009. For the third game, the mission was downloadble from March 6, 2010 to May 17, 2010. Wondercard ID --- PID Random Games DPP HGSS Type Ranger Dates 09.28.2006$Dates[1] Nickname マナフィ Gender Genderless Level Egg Nature Random Ability Hydration OT (Player's) SID (Player's) Location Pokémon Ranger Ribbon --- Ball Poké Ball Held Item --- Moves Tail Glow Bubble Water Sport ---
  15. I hope you ppl can help me to confirm something about breeding in Sun/Moon; Same Species: HA-male + female(no HA) = chance to get HA? Different Species: HA-male + female(no HA) = female species with HA (? HA-male + HA-female = female species with HA (? male(no HA) + HA-female = female species with HA (?
  16. Version 1.0.0

    453 downloads

    Searcher Axew This Axew was ditributed at Nagashima Spa Land resort for White versions of the game during Spring break, and for Black versions during the Golden Week holiday. Upon completing the Pokémon Searcher bus tour activity, players would be rewarded with an Axew. Wondercard ID 034 PID Random Games BW Type IR Dates 03.19.2011-04.29.2011- Nickname キバゴ Gender Random Level 10 Nature Random Ability Mold Breaker OT サーチャー SID 00000 Location Pokémon Event Ribbon Souvenir Ribbon Ball Cherish Ball Held Item Soothe Bell Moves Dragon Rage Return Endure Dragon Claw
  17. Version 1.0.0

    498 downloads

    Satoshi's Scraggy This Scraggy was distributed over Nintendo Wi-Fi to commemorate Satoshi's Scraggy hatching from its egg in the anime. Wondercard ID 031 PID Random Games BW Type Wi-Fi Dates 01.28.2011-02.10.2011 Nickname ズルッグ Gender Male Level 1 Nature Adamant Ability Moxie OT サトシ SID 00000 Location Pokémon Event Ribbon Classic Ribbon Ball Cherish Ball Held Item Muscle Band Moves Leer Low Kick Headbutt Hi Jump Kick
  18. Version 1.0.0

    379 downloads

    Satoshi's Pidove The Mysterious Eggs were distributed by Nintendo Wi-Fi to commemorate the main character getting an egg in the anime. The three Pokémon are based on the anime characters' Pokémon. Each player could receive one at random. This Pidove always has an Attack IV of 31. Wondercard ID 029 PID Random Games BW Type Wi-Fi Dates 12.17.2010-01.11.2011 Nickname マメパト Gender Female Level Egg Nature Hardy Ability Super Luck OT (Player's) SID (Player's) Location Pokémon Event Ribbon --- Ball Poké Ball Held Item --- Moves Gust Quick Attack Air Cutter ---
  19. Version 1.0.0

    813 downloads

    Kanto Starter Squirtle Egg The Kanto Starter Eggs were distributed to players who collected Pokémon found on various Pokémon merchandise sold between June 23 and September 30. Players could receive one of the three eggs at random in exchange for a full set of four stickers (Bulbasaur, Charmander, Squirtle, and Pikachu). This Squirtle always has an HP IV of 31. Wondercard ID 095 PID Random Games B2W2 Type IR Dates 09.01.2012-09.30.2012 Nickname ゼニガメ Gender Random Level Egg Nature Random Ability Torrent OT (Player's) SID (Player's) Location Pokémon Event Ribbon --- Ball Poké Ball Held Item --- Moves False Swipe Block Hydro Cannon Follow Me
  20. Version 1.0.0

    780 downloads

    Kanto Starter Charmander Egg The Kanto Starter Eggs were distributed to players who collected Pokémon found on various Pokémon merchandise sold between June 23 and September 30. Players could receive one of the three eggs at random in exchange for a full set of four stickers (Bulbasaur, Charmander, Squirtle, and Pikachu). This Charmander always has a Speed IV of 31. Wondercard ID 095 PID Random Games B2W2 Type IR Dates 09.01.2012-09.30.2012 Nickname ヒトカゲ Gender Random Level Egg Nature Random Ability Blaze OT (Player's) SID (Player's) Location Pokémon Event Ribbon --- Ball Poké Ball Held Item --- Moves False Swipe Block Blast Burn Acrobatics
  21. Version 1.0.0

    756 downloads

    Kanto Starter Bulbasaur Egg The Kanto Starter Eggs were distributed to players who collected Pokémon found on various Pokémon merchandise sold between June 23 and September 30. Players could receive one of the three eggs at random in exchange for a full set of four stickers (Bulbasaur, Charmander, Squirtle, and Pikachu). This Bulbasaur always has a Defense IV of 31. Wondercard ID 095 PID Random Games B2W2 Type IR Dates 09.01.2012-09.30.2012 Nickname フシギダネ Gender Random Level Egg Nature Random Ability Overgrow OT (Player's) SID (Player's) Location Pokémon Event Ribbon --- Ball Poké Ball Held Item --- Moves False Swipe Block Frenzy Plant Weather Ball
  22. theSLAYER

    Iris's Axew

    Version 1.0.0

    378 downloads

    Iris's Axew The Mysterious Eggs were distributed by Nintendo Wi-Fi to commemorate the main character getting an egg in the anime. The three Pokémon are based on the anime characters' Pokémon. Each player could receive one at random. This Axew always has a Speed IV of 31. Wondercard ID 029 PID Random Games BW Type Wi-Fi Dates 12.17.2010-01.11.2011 Nickname キバゴ Gender Male Level Egg Nature Naive Ability Mold Breaker OT (Player's) SID (Player's) Location Pokémon Event Ribbon --- Ball Poké Ball Held Item --- Moves Scratch Dragon Rage --- ---
  23. Ar2ro

    DW eevee

    Yeah so I got this eeve from Amanita with its DW ability. The problem was that it was male (yeah, I forgot to save before getting it), so I used Pokegen to change its gender to female and then start breeding it. Now the problem is that very egg I get has run away or adaptability instead of anticipation, did I do something wrong? Do I have to keep waitng? Help please :frown:
  24. Hello there, I found the so-called "Shiny code" in the official code list. It seems that it forces the game to calculate a PID that results in a shiny Pokemon. Obviously, the code was made for a US copy of Pearl. Now, are there any operating system independent methods to port the code or even better, is anyone willing to port the code? I am running Linux and have no Windows available anywhere, wine/mono do a terrible job sometimes, especially in stuff like emulators. However, I do not need any possibility to get shiny wild pokemon, so that could maybe simplify the job a bit. If required, I can give an already-completed German Pearl savestate. EDIT: The code from the url stated in http://projectpokemon.org/forums/showthread.php?t=2111 does _not_ work. It simply crashes the game if I activate or deactivate it and encounter a Pokemon or hatch an egg. EDIT2: 02064F24 47104A00 02064F28 02000031 94000130 FCFE0200 02066E14 47084900 02066E18 02000001 02066BE4 47084900 02066BE8 02000051 12066BD8 000046C0 D2000000 00000000 94000130 FCFE0100 02066E14 95019000 02066E18 90022000 02066BE4 43200400 02066BE8 1C28900D 12066BD8 0000D107 D2000000 00000000 62000000 95019000 E2000000 00000080 95019000 90022000 1C28B40D F0684907 1C01FD7B 2901BC0D 4902D101 49024708 00004708 02066E1D 02066DFB 00000000 95019000 69384A04 98046010 4B019A09 00004718 02064F2D 0200002C 00000000 43200400 4907B401 F0686809 1C01FD55 2901BC01 4904D001 900D4708 49031C28 00004708 0200002C 02066BDB 02066BED D2000000 00000000 seems to work. I don't know yet whether it just overwrites the PID with some generic value or if they're really correctly generated. It looks fine to me, though. Thank you very much
  25. Fate

    legit egg

    I am new at this so I do not really know what or how. I am still figuring it out. My question is: what do I have to know if I want to make a complete legit egg pokemon. Let say I want a riolu in an egg what do I have to do to make it legit? I appreciate if you can help me out
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