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  1. Hey there everyone, so I got this PCNYb shiny Mew off someone from HeartGold (Met Location: Poké Transfer), it was tradable through Link Trade on a Gen VII game (USUM). But, PKHeX is flagging it as illegal. Is there anyone who can verify this Pokémon for me? Any help would be appreciated. Like I said it was tradeable through Link Trade. And if it is legal I’d like to contribute it.
  2. I got this file for a shiny mew, timid nature and 3 max IVs from pokemon emerald (japanese) with my OT from back then. Anyone there who could help me generate and trade this mon to my pokemon sword? 151 ★ - Mew - A86126EDFBEF.pk8
  3. Version 1.0.0

    406 downloads

    A shiny legal mew obtained in generation 3 and transferred up to generation 8 i just wanted to share it, you can change its name with pkhex and things should be fine just be careful messing with the ivs it might mess it up and it is hyper trained and the Home tracker has been removed from the mew for privacy
  4. Hey everyone is it really that all legit mews must have a certificate or was just the one on 1998 that came with the certificate. PS does anyone have one? is it like a diploma or what?
  5. I haven't found much information about Celebi Machines, even after searching through the Internet for the last couple months, but this is some of the more notable information that I have gathered: There is a (possibly modified) Super Famicom inside, which has a (also possibly modified) Super Gameboy 2 inserted in it. Inside the SGB2 is a modified Gold version(or Blue for the Mew machines). The SGB2 is connected to a modified Gameboy/Gameboy Color, which in most pictures you can see as the "IN" slot. There is a glitch relating to Pokemon in the party having mail. What I don't know: If the Super Famicom/SGB2 is modified How they are modified. How the Pokemon Gold/GBC is modified How the Celebi is distributed. I have heard that it is automatic, but that might be untrue. These are merely my findings on this topic. I would love to hear everyone else's finds into this, whether it is false or true.
  6. theSLAYER

    tool PGO: Generation 8 Pokémon

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  7. Gallery Bot

    RTDX Portrait Thinking

    From the album: 151 Mew

    151 Mew RTDX Portrait ThinkingA portrait of a Pokémon from Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX.
  8. From the album: 151 Mew

    151 Mew RTDX Portrait Special 04A portrait of a Pokémon from Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX.
  9. From the album: 151 Mew

    151 Mew RTDX Portrait Special 01A portrait of a Pokémon from Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX.
  10. Gallery Bot

    RTDX Portrait Pained

    From the album: 151 Mew

    151 Mew RTDX Portrait PainedA portrait of a Pokémon from Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX.
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    RTDX Portrait Normal

    From the album: 151 Mew

    151 Mew RTDX Portrait NormalA portrait of a Pokémon from Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX.
  12. Gallery Bot

    RTDX Portrait Happy

    From the album: 151 Mew

    151 Mew RTDX Portrait HappyA portrait of a Pokémon from Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX.
  13. Gallery Bot

    RTDX Portrait Glad

    From the album: 151 Mew

    151 Mew RTDX Portrait GladA portrait of a Pokémon from Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX.
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    RTDX Portrait Emotion

    From the album: 151 Mew

    151 Mew RTDX Portrait EmotionA portrait of a Pokémon from Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX.
  15. Version .

    6042 downloads

    This Mew is part of the year long distribution to commemorate the 20th Anniversary of Pokemon. It was initially given away as unique Serial Code, and subsequently redeemable with common Serial Code MEW2016 . Photos in the screenshot section show the queuing in one of the stores in Singapore, where avid fans wait to get their free Mew Serial Code. The dates differ slightly between region to region, between unique serial code and common password distributions. US: Jan 27 to May 31, 2016 and Jun 10 to Aug 31, 2016. EU: Jan 27 to May 31, 2016 and Jun 1 to 2, 2016 and Jun 7 to 30, 2016. Species Mew Nickname (default, save lang) OT GF TID 02016 Distribution Serial Code Location a lovely place Dates (Various) PID Cannot Be Shiny Games US & EU 3DS: XYORAS Lv. 100 Nature Random Ability Synchronize (1) Item None Card Per Save Only One Allowed Moves (ITALIC means Relearnable) Pound (None) (None) (None) WC ID 557: 「The Mythical Pokémon Mew」's receiving text 0x2B Thank you for playing Pokémon! Please pick up your gift from the delivery girl in any Pokémon Center. Classic The Mythical Pokémon Mew To celebrate 20 years of Pokémon, you have received Mew! Mew, the first Mythical Pokémon discovered, was originally distributed to Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue. Format Ver.1.0.6-1, Post Updated Date:20180127_0433
  16. As part of this year's annual Christmas releases to the Pokemon event community, today we present the first Mew ever known to be preserved from the distribution held at SpaceWorld 1997. Not only is this our first Mew from SW97, it is also the oldest/earliest pokemon event we've ever had the privilege of preserving. This Mew was recently discovered through a post on Reddit by u/salinbreezy, in which he shows the Mew on a Japanese Blue cart that he found at a thrift store alongside several other Japanese Pokemon cartridges. I'd like to give special thanks to @suloku and @HaxAras who both emailed me in late September to inform me of it, while suloku asked me to contact salinbreezy myself to counter the time and expense of overseas shipping. Thankfully salinbreezy happily agreed to ship me his cartridge to allow me to dump the savefile. After direct examination, we're positive that this Mew is very likely legitimate. This Mew was distributed like most events of the era, by a "Mew machine", which as we know distributes identical Mews with TIDs incremented by 1 to the player's party. Bulbapedia provides a bit further information on the event, stating: To be eligible to receive a Mew, players had to submit an application postcard; only 100,000 people were able to receive this Mew. While originally going to be run from November 22 to 23, 1997, the distribution was later extended to the non-exhibition day November 24, 1997. While this is the ヨッシー (YOSHI) OT variant of the SW97 Mew, one of the other known OT possibilities is ルイージ (LUIGI). This is TID 15219 of the ヨッシー Mews. Again, I'd like to thank salinbreezy for allowing us to preserve this Mew. It may very well be the only Mew we ever see from SpaceWorld 1997, as the life of the batteries retaining these old savefiles are at their very end. Japanese events from Generation I and II are extremely rare as it is, and to date the only other Japanese events from the era that we've preserved are four マクハリ (Makuhari) Mews from SpaceWorld 1999. ----- salinbreezy's image from Reddit: Dumping salinbreezy's Japanese Blue cart: SpaceWorld 1997 Mew Promotional Advertisement: In regards to further event rarities being released this year, there may be more to see tomorrow elsewhere on the internet 151 - ミュウ - 15219.pk1 Blue.sav
  17. Version 1.0.1

    2100 downloads

    Acerca de este archivo/ESP: Es un Mew del evento de "OLD SEA MAP" Repartido en japón para los juegos de Esmeralda. Fue capturado y trasladado desde Pokemon Esmeralda a Pokemon Shield, cuenta con todo el chequeo legal de pkhex y aceptado en el Pokemon Home. Contamos con ambos archivos uno para Pokemon Esmeralda y otro para Pokemon Sword/Shield About this file / ENG: It is a Mew of the event "OLD SEA MAP" Spread in Japan for the Emerald game. He was captured and transferred from Pokemon Emerald to Pokemon Shield, has all the legal check of pkhex and accepted in the Pokemon Home. We have both files one for Pokemon Emerald and one for Pokemon Sword / Shield If you need to edit the mew, pls download PokeFinder to edit PID correctly Credits Red/Fernando for Competitive set :3
  18. Version 1.2

    4526 downloads

    This page contains all publicly available savefiles that were dumped from original FireRed carts, which were used to distribute MYSTRY Mew by direct trade. The distribution took place at Toys R Us stores in the United States on 30 November 2006, for only three hours from 12 - 3 pm. Each savefile is credited to who supplied it online. The recently acquired savefile that provided the missing remainder of the boxed 420 Mews is credited to PP.org, for appreciation to the group effort of those that helped obtain and pay for it. The 426 individual .pk3 files can be found here.
  19. 1033 downloads

    This page contains the first ever publicly available savefile that was dumped from an original Pokemon Red cart, which was used to distribute YOSHIRA Mew by direct trade. The distribution took place at Toys R Us stores in the United States from the 8th to 12th of December 1999. The players who were allowed to obtain a Mew were determined among the first 1500 customers at each Toys R Us store on 26 November 1999, where they were able to receive a special "Peel & Win" sticker card (pictured above). 200 of these cards at each store contained the text "Caught Me!" underneath the sticker of Mew. These Mew distribution carts are known to have been either a Red or a Blue cartridge, which were sealed into a GameBoy Pocket with official Nintendo non-tamper security tape. So far only two devices have publicly surfaced on the internet. The first one was a Blue cartridge still sealed into a silver GBP, of which pictures have been on the internet for several years (pictured above). This device is said to have been lost in shipping during ownership change in 2013. The second one is a Red cartridge that has since been cut loose from its GBP, but the Nintendo security tape is still intact on the cartridge (pictured above). This Red cartridge was first seen on Reddit several months back, which is owned by a former Toys R Us employee who personally distributed Mews from the cartridge back in 1999. I recently contacted this Redditor, and offered to ship her my cart dumper in order to get the savefile dumped and safely preserved. As save data in the first two generations rely on a low-power battery, after approximately 18 years it was clear that the savefile would not have survived much longer. Due to this and the extreme rarity of these devices, this may have very well been a one time opportunity to ever preserve save data from one of these carts. Every Mew has identical IV stats: 5 HP, 10 Attack, 1 Defense, 12 Speed, and 5 Special. Every Mew in this savefile has the Original Trainer name of YOSHIRA (none YOSHIRB). I can only speculate that perhaps those on the Blue cartridges contained YOSHIRB Mews. The Trainer IDs are all unique however, and imply the Mews were generated in groups of 5 (eg. 16385, 16386, 16387, 16388, 16389, then 16443, 16444, 16445, 16446, 16447, and so on). My theory is that the Mews were generated with a "Mew machine", which was a quicker method used at other event locations to distribute YOSHIRA/YOSHIRB Mews. We know these machines distributed Mews with TIDs that incremented by 1, so due to the Trainer IDs we see here, we could assume that each savefile had different Mews(or at least that several different savefiles may exist). So other than TID, the Mews on this savefile are all identical. The way I figure it, a cart was inserted in a Mew machine, a party full of 5 were generated, the cart was removed, and while someone manually placed those 5 Mews in a PC Box, another cart was in the machine having it's party filled. I don't figure it could have been practical to give every cart unique Mews, but multiple carts were filled to have a wider variation of existing TIDs. After a handful of carts were full of Mews, their savefiles were likely copied among the hundreds of carts send to Toys R Us stores. Keep in mind though, this is purely my speculation based of the information we have. All the traded pokemon from this savefile had been previously released, so only the Mews remain. Box 11 and 12 are totally empty. Box 5 and 10 are each missing one or two Mews. Boxes 1 to 4, and 6 to 9 remain fully untouched. I did return a few Mews from the party to their proper box slot, so the TIDs line up as they were originally. Any oddball TIDs that couldn't be matched up were placed in the Party. I also want to note that I did request the rom to be dumped as well, and it was 100% identical to any other retail Red cart. While we were 99% positive this was obviously the case, it's still nice to have that confirmation. In the past some people have speculated whether or not the rom was special and would have the PC filled with Mews if a New Game was started. Once again, I want to give special thanks to Jenn from Reddit, because without her generosity, we may have never been able to obtain one of these savefiles. She did promise to supply her personal experience/memory of the event and any details, so when she does, that will be shared here as well.
  20. evandixon

    MEW

    Version 1.0.0

    931 downloads

    After bringing 999 Pokémon to the Ranch, the player can trade any egg for Hayley's Mew. The Nature and PID of this Pokémon are variable. PID 3878117976 Nickname MEW Gender Genderless Level 50 Nature Lonely Ability Synchronize OT Hayley SID 59228 Location Lovely place Met At Lv. 50 Ball Cherish Ball Held Item --- Moves Synthesis Return Hypnosis Teleport
  21. Hello, I´ve been using pkhex for a while and also recently using RNG Reporter, but Im stuck with this one, how to create this virtual console exploit mew, cuz i need a correct PID for the virtual console game, how can i find it??? I only know how to use the RNG from gen 3 fowards. If it can be done in real life i guess that can be done in pkhex. The video that shows the exploit is this one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Z_-umW3Tmo Thanks.
  22. Version .

    2982 downloads

    This event was distributed to a few lucky residents of the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland, distributed during an event that celebrates the launch of Pokemon Sun & Moon. As the DVs (Gen I IVs) are distributed with 15 in every slot, it is not possible to obtain this as a Shiny when transferred normally through Pokemon Transporter. This PK1 file will not be compatible with JPN version of the game. THIS MEW IS LEGAL FOR VIRTUAL CONSOLE, AND CAN BE TRANSFERRED UP TO GEN 7 AND ONWARDS. This is a video of @RupeeClock's collection of the hyper rare Mew! (Also, it can be seen that the Event Staff's unit has a Restore Point function!)
  23. Sorry for the dumb request, but I'm looking for shiny and competitive (at least perfect to near perfect IVs and beneficial nature) deoxys, mew, darkrai, and shaymin. I know these are difficult to RNG for, but I was wondering if anyone could had the file for any of them on hand. Thank you. Specifics: Bold OR Timid Deoxys Timid Mew Timid Darkrai Timid Shaymin
  24. Version 1.0.0

    4439 downloads

    This event was given away to commemorate Pokemon Bank's first support for Pokemon Virtual Console games and Pokemon Sun & Moon. This Z-crystal is not obtainable prior to this event. As Z-crystals cannot be traded, there is no other way to obtain Mewnium Z (besides hacking). While this event can be received by any Pokemon Sun and Moon game of any region or game save language, the wonder card only comes in English. Pokémon Bank Mewnium Z x 1 0x37 Please pick up your gift from the deliveryman in any Pokémon Center. Pokemon Bank | Jan 25 to Oct 02, 2017 | All 3DS: SM
  25. Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon | Sun and Moon | Super Mystery Dungeon | Explorers of Sky See more images Pokédex Name Mew Category New Species Pokémon Type Ability Synchronize Height 0.4 m (1'4") Weight 4 kg (8.8 lbs.) Gender Genderless Egg Group Undiscovered Details Catch Rate 45 Evo Stage 3 Held Item 1 Lum Berry (50%) Held Item 2 Lum Berry (5%) Hatch Cycles 120 Base Friendship 100 Exp Growth Medium-Slow Forme Count 1 Forme Sprite 0 Color Pink Base Exp 270 Escape Rate 0 Local Variant False Z Item Mewnium Z Z Base Move Psychic Z Move Genesis Supernova Stats Base EV Yield HP 100 3 Attack 100 0 Defense 100 0 Sp. Attack 100 0 Sp. Defense 100 0 Speed 100 0 BST 600 Type Effectiveness x1 x0.5 x1 x1 x1 x1 x2 x2 x1 x1 x1 x1 x1 x0.5 x1 x1 x2 x1 Evolution Chain Target Method   Mew Moves (Level Up) Level Move 1 Pound 1 Reflect Type 1 Transform 10 Mega Punch 20 Metronome 30 Psychic 40 Barrier 50 Ancient Power 60 Amnesia 70 Me First 80 Baton Pass 90 Nasty Plot 100 Aura Sphere Moves (TM) Move Work Up Dragon Claw Psyshock Calm Mind Roar Toxic Hail Bulk Up Venoshock Hidden Power Sunny Day Taunt Ice Beam Blizzard Hyper Beam Light Screen Protect Rain Dance Roost Safeguard Frustration Solar Beam Smack Down Thunderbolt Thunder Earthquake Return Leech Life Psychic Shadow Ball Brick Break Double Team Reflect Sludge Wave Flamethrower Sludge Bomb Sandstorm Fire Blast Rock Tomb Aerial Ace Torment Facade Flame Charge Rest Attract Thief Low Sweep Round Echoed Voice Overheat Steel Wing Focus Blast Energy Ball False Swipe Scald Fling Charge Beam Sky Drop Brutal Swing Quash Will-O-Wisp Acrobatics Embargo Explosion Shadow Claw Payback Smart Strike Giga Impact Rock Polish Aurora Veil Stone Edge Volt Switch Thunder Wave Gyro Ball Swords Dance Fly Psych Up Bulldoze Frost Breath Rock Slide X-Scissor Dragon Tail Infestation Poison Jab Dream Eater Grass Knot Swagger Sleep Talk U-turn Substitute Flash Cannon Trick Room Wild Charge Surf Snarl Nature Power Dark Pulse Waterfall Dazzling Gleam Confide
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