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Easy (ish) cloning:
Prerequisite: box 1 is empty and the pokemon to clone is in another box. The pokemon to clone also cannot have any HMs.
You will also need the standard 5 pokemon 8F setup.

* any item x any
* 8F
* Lemonade x 19
* X accuracy x 128    (127 if using yellow, but then I don't know how wsm works.)
* Carbos x 218
* Poke ball x 119
* TM01 x any

* Change to box 1 and use 8F
* Move the pokemon to clone into box 1
* Release all the pokemon in box 1 by releasing from the top of the list repeatedly until the box is empty.
* Use 8F again. The box is now filled with unstable hybrids of your pokemon and 'M (FF)
* Withdraw as many as you want and use the daycare to stablize the hybrids. They should all stablize to be the originally deposited pokemon.

The last step is not necessary if you want to transfer the clones to sun/moon. Just transfer the box, toss 18 lemonade, use 8F, and withdraw the original pokemon.
Probaply should add save time is affected by coordinate changes, party box changes and flagchanges (probaply more). If you can't get the timing to work try to count the cycles yourself and reset the game just before it hits save! It can take a lot of attempts so I wish you lots of luck!
Hello Gravedigger,

Great discovery! I only knew that it was possible to clone through trade in Gen IV and V. This is above in so many ways, I need to try :)
Debate Wars / Re: Riots
« Last post by Krys3000 on Today at 02:18:12 am »
I know that, I'm just teasing you :)

But to be fair, it's not that people associate them, they associate themselves. Many if not most far-left ideas were once French communist ideas (we're obviously not talking about Soviet communism here) but they had less exposure then because nobody wanted to listen to commies. So now they say they are far-leftists :p

Anyway back to the debate!

I got some more glitch moves and had some fun stealing wild Pokemon from the Pike, too bad there's not a good way to catch trainer Pokemon.

I wonder if there's some way to steal Factory Pokemon -.-
So, this is extremely tricky but from my testing this won't mess your savefile up. (Its on your own risk though)
The idea comes from bad egg cloning in other generations, except in gen IV its way harder to pull of.

So, here is how you do it:
1) save underneath a pc box, this is not required but its extremely unlikely you'll get it first time.
2) put one (or more) pokemon in the box. So far I only got it to work with one pokemon, but it might be possible and easier with more than one.
3) save the game, count the cycles of the clock. Usually it stops at 9 and 7/8 rounds. We want to reset your game precisely on 9.7/8 but before the clock gets removed from screen or it actually saves. too soon makes the game put you back without saving the box, too late saves the party as it currently is too. We need the game to save the box, but rollback your party to an older save.
4) reset game; if everything went smoothly your screen should go blue and say your savefile was corrupted and its going to use an older savefile.
Once thats over, check your box. With some luck you will have duplicated your pokemon and item!

Important things to notice: I only figured this out 30 minutes ago, and it took me 30 attempts to get one duplicated bidoof. Now, I didn't just put the bidoof in, I swapped it with the egg, which was lost in the process. However, I don't think its necesarry.

If anyone gets corrupted clones from doing this please comment on species, moves, whatever is different from the original! My bidoof was an exact copy, and even though its awesome you can duplicate I'm more interested in its uses for potential use of glitchmoves.
Is there a quick cloning method known in red and blue? I found an easy way, but I wanted to know if it's common knowledge by now.

I found an 8F setup that can be used for cloning. It's way safer than save corruption and also probably faster. Should I post it here?
Debate Wars / Re: Riots
« Last post by ISSOtm on Yesterday at 03:28:50 pm »
Also I must point out that "some" relate the FI to the communists, but I don't agree that it is. Again, the people, not the party.

And yes, I didn't vote for the FI but rather for the ideas that they brought in.
Generation III Glitch Discussion / Re: Red Decamark from egg?
« Last post by WildShinyEgg on Yesterday at 03:27:56 pm »
Start here. Figure out where everything went horribly, horribly wrong.

Nothing went wrong, I wasn't trying to get legends from Eggs or anything. I was just messing around with the glitch. I'm just surprised this happened. Usually my PC just gets choke-full of Bad Eggs, normal Pokémon with corrupted nicknames and some random Pokémon I caught turned into an Egg that gains two glitch moves when hatched (like that Minun from my avatar). This kind of thing (as in, hatching glitch Pokémon) never happened to me.
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