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So, I was wondering. Will a pokemon that is valid on this hack check: http://vlacula.no-ip.com/pokemon/legality_checker/ be able to be used in the pokemon Video Game Championships without being detected by the hack checkers there? From what I've read, you can transfer a pokesaved pokemon to Diamond and Pearl, restart your Platinum, and they won't know. Apparently, transferring a pokesaved pokemon to a different version erases all traces of it being hacked. I have also read that they only check your pokemon, not the use of the action replay on your game. So if a pokemon passes that hack checker, shouldn't it be able to be used in VGC? Since the program is the same as Projectpokemon's legality checker, does that mean having a pokemon that passes as valid on this will pass as valid on the hack checker at VGC? That's my main question.
I hadn't really owned a cheat device since the GB/GBC gameshark quite a while ago, however I recently purchased an Action Replay Max from codejunkies.com, in order to get access to the event islands in Emerald and FireRed. I recieved the AR a couple days ago, and I found these codes for Emerald today, which are actual enablers for the in-game event as opposed to just warp codes to the islands: http://www.kh-vids.net/showpost.php?p=39291&postcount=1 My main question regarding these, is whether or not using the AR will leave some kind of trace in my save file. I'm not that familiar with the way the GBA/SP Action Replay works, so right now I'm just holding off until I get the opinion of someone with a bit more experience. I'm hoping that these codes are designed to trigger the same flag in the save that recieving the tickets via mystery gift would've at the action event. If using it will leave some kind of evidence, what I'll probably do is backup my unmodified save file, use the codes, capture the Pokemon on the islands, trade them to another game, and then restore Emerald to its unmodified state. I'm hoping I'll be able to find some similar enabler codes for FireRed, as well. I haven't looked into those yet, though.