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Author Topic: Pokemon Yellow Clone Pokemon with "ws m" ?  (Read 128 times)

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Pokemon Yellow Clone Pokemon with "ws m" ?
« on: January 28, 2018, 12:20:32 pm »
So I have been doing a lot of ACE on the virtual consol versions of RGB and GSC. I have been looking for ways to clone pokemon in gen 1, but the 2 main methods I found are hard to pull off in the virtual console games, and can potentially delete your save file. I have tried trading my pokemon to gen 2 as its a lot easier to clone in that gen, but it seems to have an odd side effect where once I trade my pokemon back to gen 1, I can't nickname them even though they still have my original trainer ID and OT. I recently found a cool code using 8f that lets you clone pokemon using the daycare, but I can't seem to find something similar for Ws m. Is there a way to translate the code for use in yellow version? Or is there another possible way to use ACE in yellow to clone pokemon?

The code that uses 8f can be found here:

I really want to do this in yellow version, as I just like that version better and would rather play it rather than red and blue.

EDIT: another 8f cloning glitch that looks really useful is this one ( as this one would keep the experience of the cloned pokemon intact, which is useful as the nature is determined by the EXP when transferring to gen 7. If someone could come up with a way to do this one in yellow as well it would be a huge help!
« Last Edit: January 28, 2018, 12:30:34 pm by Inkblot »