Pokemon GEN3 Legit Event Pokemon Save [Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald, FireRed & LeafGreen]

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    This is a Pokemon FireRed save game which contains various legit event Pokemon from for Pokemon Generation 3 (GEN3) games (Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald, FireRed & LeafGreen)

    The GEN3 Pokemon games had a lot of events, many of which are extremely hard to get hold of today in 2016. I'm making this post in the hope it encourages others to share event Pokemon they might have gathered many years ago. Pokemon GEN3 games predate any sort of internet trading and the event Pokemon from this generations have often been migrated up to newer Pokemon games, making it quite hard to find legitimate event Pokemon for this generation. Generally the only way we will get more event Pokemon for GEN3 is if other share their saves, which i'm hoping this post will encourage you to do, if you happen to have some!

    To learn more about events in Pokemon Generation 3 i suggest reading the following:
    The save below contains the following event Pokemon in each box:

    Box 1: 10ANNIV Part 1 (Top 10 Distribution Pokémon)

    Here we have a full set of all ten 10ANNIV Pokemon in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish.

    These Pokémon were selected through a poll and later distributed at various locations throughout Europe to celebrate 10 years of Pokemon.

    Note: The English 10ANNIV Pokemon distribution cartridge has been released to the public, if you wish to distribute your own set of English 10ANNIV Pokemon, please see this thread: Pokemon 10ANNIV Distribution Cartridge Download.

    Box 1: 10ANNIV Part 1 (Top 10 Distribution Pokémon)
    • 10ANNIV Charizard
    • 10ANNIV Pikachu
    • 10ANNIV Articuno
    • 10ANNIV Raikou
    • 10ANNIV Entie
    • 10ANNIV Suicune

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    Box 2: 10ANNIV Part 2 (Top 10 Distribution Pokémon) and Aura Mew
    • 10ANNIV Lugia
    • 10ANNIV Ho-Oh
    • 10ANNIV Latias
    • 10ANNIV Latios
    Aura Mew - This Mew was distributed at various locations throughout Europe. In the United Kingdom, it was distributed at participating Toys "R" Us stores as part of the Pokémon Summer Day Camp event. The overall distribution period was from August 2 to 26, 2007.

    We have the Aura Mew in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish, all the languages it was distributed in


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    Box 3: Japanese Colosseum E-reader Pokemon

    Obtained from the Japanese Pokemon Colosseum E-reader Cards.

    • A JPN set was contributed Serve obtained on official hardware
    • The English set by Trigger_Death was from a Coliseum save he mad public from playing on an Emulator, then purified by HaxAras
    • Finally the other English and Japanese sets were obtained by HaxAras using official hardware

    More info: on the English version of these Pokemon here.

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    Box 4: Ageto Celebi


    From the Pokemon Colosseum Japanese Bonus Disc. The Pokémon Colosseum Bonus Disc was only available by reserving a copy of Pokémon Colosseum. Its contents vary depending on region, but in all cases contain previews of various games or movies and one or more special downloadable Pokémon.

    Owning a Japanese version of Pokémon Colosseum is required at first to receive Celebi. The Colosseum save file must have all 48 Shadow Pokémon purified. After Celebi has been transferred to the Colosseum save file, the Bonus Disc can then be used to transfer up to 48 more Celebi to any Japanese Game Boy Advance Pokémon games as long as the player has beaten the Elite Four and saved in a Pokémon Center. A Pikachu is also available from this disk.

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    Box 5: Unreleased Pokemon

    English AGATE Celebi (2x) - The unreleased English version of the Ageto Celebi, the event is in the US version of Pokemon Colosseum, however is not accessible without game modifications to unlock it. The OT is AGATE.

    English COLOS Pikachu - The unreleased English version of the Colosseum Pikachu, the event is in the US version of Pokemon Colosseum, however is not accessible without game modifications to unlock it. The OT is COLOS.

    HaxAras spent $90 in total on the hardware to unlock these events, I convinced him to share them with everyone. So a big thank you to him for these extremely rare event Pokemon.

    English METEOR Jirachi

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    Box 6: Aura Mew (German)

    25x Additional Aura Mews from the German distribution, we have all language version in Box 2.

    The Aura Mew was distributed at various locations throughout Europe. The overall distribution period was from August 2 to 26, 2007.

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    Box 7: Space Center Deoxys

    These Deoxys were distributed at the Space Center Houston from March 10 to 19, 2006 and then every Saturday and Sunday through May 14, 2006 to commemorate the Pokémon 10th Anniversary. This Deoxys was set to be distributed in Normal Forme, but the final Forme depended on the game it was obtained in.

    This box contains 30x Space Center Deoxys

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    Box 8: HaxAras - These Pokemon have been contributed by HaxAras:

    Chikorita, Cyndaquil and Totodile [Spannish] - From Pokemon XD: Gale of Darkness. It's incredibly tedious to obtain them. You have to clear 100 floors of Mt.Battle, when you get to the top, you get your choice of a starter with Frenzy Plant, Blast Burn and Hydro Cannon respectively. It might be possible to breed them for egg moves.

    Contest Pokemon - Swellow (Red Scarf), Milottic (Pink Scarf), Camerupt (Blue Scarf), Donphan (Yellow Scarf), Banette (Green Scarf)

    Chikorita, Cyndaquil and Totodile [English] - From Pokemon XD: Gale of Darkness. It's incredibly tedious to obtain them. You have to clear 100 floors of Mt.Battle, when you get to the top, you get your choice of a starter with Frenzy Plant, Blast Burn and Hydro Cannon respectively. It might be possible to breed them for egg moves.

    Pichu (Surfing)
    - Obtained from filling the entire box Pokemon Box, leaving one spot open to receive it the egg. All Pokemon must come from the same Trainer ID to obtain the egg. This is the hatched Pichu, you can however find an egg of this Pichu in Box 9 if you wish to hatch your own.

    Battle Tower Team - Salamence (Choice Band), Suicune (Chesto Berry), Snorlax (Leftovers)

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    Box 9 - Game Event Pokemon:

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    Southern Island Event:

    Latias (2x), One caught by InsaneNutter with the OT Digiex, the other an RNG shiny
    Latios (2x), One caught by InsaneNutter with the OT Digiex, the other an RNG shiny

    If the player has the Eon Ticket, they can travel to Southern Island. In Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald, this is the only way to access Southern Island.

    To obtain the Eon Ticket the player must either connect their game to an e-Reader and scan the physical Eon Ticket and then talk to Norman who gives the Eon ticket, or mix records with a player who has done so. In Pokémon Emerald, to obtain the Eon Ticket the player must mix records with a Pokémon Ruby or Sapphire game that has been connected to an e-Reader that has scanned an Eon Ticket card.

    Old Sea Map Event:

    Mew (2x), One caught by InsaneNutter with the OT Digiex (Unreleased English Event), the other an RNG shiny from the JPN event.

    The Old Sea Map was only released officially in Japan and was distributed in 2005 during the Pokémon Festa event.
    The Old Sea Map is an event Key Item needed to access Faraway Island and subsequently catch Mew in Pokémon Emerald.

    Navel Rock Event:

    Ho-oh (2x), One caught by InsaneNutter with the OT Digiex, the other an RNG shiny
    Lugia (2x), One caught by InsaneNutter with the OT Digiex, the other an RNG shiny

    Navel Rock is an island between Four and Five Islands in the Sevii Islands, accessible in Pokémon FireRed, LeafGreen, and Emerald. It can only be accessed after downloading the MysticTicket through Mystery Gift and sailing there by talking to the sailor in front of the Seagallop Ferries in Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen, or by boarding the S.S. Tidal in Pokémon Emerald.

    AuroraTicket Event:

    Birth Island is a location near Six and Seven Islands in the Sevii Islands, accessible in Pokémon FireRed, LeafGreen, and Emerald. It can only be accessed after downloading the AuroraTicket through Mystery Gift and sailing there by talking to the sailor in front of the Seagallop Ferries in Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen, or by boarding the S.S. Tidal in Pokémon Emerald.

    Deoxys - Caught by InsaneNutter with the OT Digiex

    In game events which are always accessible:

    For the sake of having a complete collection the following in game event Pokemon have also been included, all caught by InsaneNutter on Pokemon Emerald with the OT Digiex

    Groudon, Kyogre, Rayquaza, Regirock, Registeel and Regice

    Box 10 - Eggs:

    Skitty (5x) - When hatched, you will be the OT and it will have Payday.
    Zigzagoon (5x) - When hatched, you will be the OT and it will have Extremespeed
    Swablu (5x) - When hatched, you will be the OT and it will have False Swipe
    Pichu (2x) - When hatched, you will be the OT and it will have Surf.

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    Box 11 - Japanese Event Pokemon:

    Wishing Star Jirachi (3x) -
    This Jirachi was distributed to players who purchased an advance ticket from April 26 to July 18, 2003. Players who purchased advance tickets to Jirachi: Wish Maker could exchange it for Jirachi at Pokémon Center, Ito-Yokado, JUSCO, Toys "R" Us", and Hello Mac stores from June 21 to July 31, 2003. Jirachi was also distributed to select players at Pokémon Festa 2003 and the 18th World Hobby Fair, as well as to participants in the CoroCoro September 2003 issue. Players were chosen through a drawing. There were 500 selected for CoroCoro, 70,000 selected at the Pokémon Festa 2003, and 10,000 selected at the 18th World Hobby Fair. The 18th World Hobby Fair was located at Makuhari Messe from June 21 to 22, 2003. The overall distribution period was from June 1 to August 24, 2003.

    Note: All Wishing Star Jirachi we have obtained have been levelled up, we don't yet have an untouched one.

    HO-OH (JPN Mattle)
    - Obtained in Pokémon Colosseum when all of the 48 Shadow Pokémon have been snagged and purified. Players then have to use a team of Pokémon from the RPG to clear Mt. Battle in Battle Mode from zones one to 100.

    Colosseum Pikachu
    - Obtainable from the Pokemon Colosseum JPN bonus disc

    Note: We have since obtained many boxes full of Ageto Celebi, see Box 4 in this save and the boxes in the overflow save

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    Box 12 - American / European / Australian Event Pokemon:

    Mystery Mew - This Mew was distributed at Toys "R" Us stores in the United States on September 30, 2006 from 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm. It was distributed to celebrate the English release of Lucario and the Mystery of Mew.

    Note: We have since obtained multiple Mew Distribution Save Games from the Pokemon GEN 3 Mystery Mew Event. Nintendo used a standard Pokemon Fire Red game cartridge loaded with boxes of Mystery Mew, which would be traded to people at the event. Download this save here for many more Pokemon GEN3 Mystery Mews.

    Wishmaker Jirachi - From the Pokemon Colosseum US Bonus Disc. The Pokémon Colosseum Bonus Disc was only available by reserving a copy of Pokémon Colosseum. Its contents vary depending on region, but in all cases contain previews of various games or movies and one or more special downloadable Pokémon.

    The US disc contains previews of Pokémon Colosseum and the movie Jirachi: Wish Maker, as well as a downloadable Jirachi. To receive Jirachi, a Nintendo GameCube–Game Boy Advance cable, an English copy of either Pokémon Ruby or Pokémon Sapphire, and an empty spot in the party is required. With everything connected properly, Jirachi will appear and be transferred to Ruby or Sapphire. The process of obtaining Jirachi can be repeated as long as the save file that is receiving Jirachi has not already used this disc. This means that the same person can get multiple Jirachi by using the disc for several different games. If the game that is being used to get Jirachi has the Berry glitch, it will be fixed upon receiving Jirachi. It is not required to own Pokémon Colosseum to receive Jirachi.

    Channel Jirachi
    - Can be obtained from both the European and Australian versions of Pokemon Channel. A Channel Jirachi can be downloaded onto Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire. After unlocking the full version of Pichu Bros.

    HO-OH (Mattle) (3x) - Obtained in Pokémon Colosseum when all of the 48 Shadow Pokémon have been snagged and purified. Players then have to use a team of Pokémon from the RPG to clear Mt. Battle in Battle Mode from zones one to 100.

    Berry Glitch Fix Zigzagoon - These Zigzagoon were distributed as a promotion to get people to fix a Berry glitch in Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire that plagued many players. They were distributed at EB Games and GameStop stores from March 1, 2004 to April 22, 2007. They can also be received from the GameCube Interactive Multi-Game Demo Disc Versions 14 & 16. Its name will always be in English.

    In this save we have a 4x Zigzagoon, A male and female both with the OT RUBY and SAPHIRE. HaxAras has distributed a save full of 14 boxes of Zigzagoon if you wish to have more to choose from.

    Doel Deoxys - This Deoxys was distributed at the TV Toy Museum in the Netherlands from May 25 to 26, 2006 to celebrate the release of Destiny Deoxys (Doel Deoxys). It was set to be distributed in Normal Forme, but the final Forme depended on the game it was obtained in.

    Rocks America 2005 Metang - This Metang was distributed during the Pokémon Rocks America tour by participating in the Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness demo. Players who completed the demo received a card to exchange for Metang. This Metang knows the special move Refresh, one of the special moves in Pokémon XD that can be obtained through purifying Shadow Pokémon. Each event was held from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm and the overall distribution period was from September 17 to October 22, 2005.

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    Toys R US Pokémon Trade and Battle Day Pokemon:

    These Pokmon we're given away at a Toys "R" Us promotion called Pokémon Trade and Battle Day. These Pokémon were game-exclusive or otherwise hard to obtain in Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen. The Pokémon were distributed via special trades. Each Toys "R" Us store received special game carts that had 12 PC boxes each filled with a different Pokémon. These were given away on September 25, 2004 in the United States. Pokémon with the ID number 13579 are from LeafGreen and Pokémon with the ID number 24680 are from FireRed. They all have the OT JEREMY.

    • Haunter - Was distributed as a Haunter, however evolved into Gengar when it was received.
    • Tauros
    • Vulpix

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    Box 13 - Pokémon Journey Across America - 10 ANIV - (Trainer ID: 00010)

    Note:
    Keep in mind these Pokemon are very similar to the Party of the Decade Pokemon, however for the Pokémon Journey Across America the Trainer ID is 00010 where as for Party of the Decade Pokemon the Trainer ID is 06808.
    • Bulbasaur
    • Charizard
    • Blastoise (Leveled up)
    • Pikachu
    • Alakazam
    • Articuno
    • Zapdos (Leveled up)
    • Moltres
    • Dragonite (Leveled up)
    • Typhlosion
    • Espeon
    • Umbreon
    • Raikou
    • Entei
    • Suicune
    • Tyranitar
    • Celebi
    • Blaziken
    • Absol
    • Latias
    • Latios
    Note: Ideally we need a Blastoise, Zapdos and Dragonite which are untouched and have not been leveled up.

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    Box 14 - Pokemon Party of the Decade - 10 ANIV - (Trainer ID: 06808)

    • Bulbasaur (This has been leveled up two levels to a Venusaur)
    • Blastoise
    • Dragonite

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    Note:
    We need almost everything from this distribution, list below:
    • Bulbasaur (Need one that is not leveled up / evolved)
    • Charizard
    • Pikachu
    • Alakazam
    • Articuno
    • Zapdos
    • Moltres
    • Typhlosion
    • Espeon
    • Umbreon
    • Raikou
    • Entei
    • Suicune
    • Tyranitar
    • Blaziken
    • Absol
    • Latias
    • Latios

    Credits:

    Although I started and have probably put around days in to this project so far, it would be nothing without the massive contributions from the following people.

    vi3t
    - Original Pokemon Fire Red Save this is based on
    HaxAras - Continued help with developing this save, HaxAras has contributed many Pokemon from his personal collection.
    Big Mike - Contributed event's to HaxAras
    King Impoleon - Aura Mew Box, Space Center Deoxys Box and Doel Deoxys.
    Nigol - 111 Ageto Celebi
    GameFaqs - Random saves on there uploaded many years ago contain some legit event Pokemon in this save
    Deoxyz - The 10ANNIV distirbution cartridge, all the all the English, French, German, Italian and Spanish 10ANNIV Top 10 Distribution Pokémon in this save, along with the Aura Mew in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish.

    Download:

    Pokemon GEN3 Legit Event Pokemon Save 19.03.17 Download
    Pokemon Fire Red GEN3 Legit Event Pokemon 19.03.17 [Overflow and Trades] Save Download
    Pokemon Fire Red GEN3 Legit Event Pokemon 26.04.17 [All Unique Mystery Mews ] Save Download
    Pokemon Ruby - All 145 Unique BerryFix Zigzagoon - 23.03.17 [Save and PK3] Download

    Old Save:

    In regards to the download below, this is the last updated version of the save before their was a clean of suspected hacked Pokemon on 16.03.17, identified by Sabresite in this post. Sadly a lot of the JPN event Pokemon were casualties of this. However the methods of checking are not all 100% it seems, certainly with the BerryFix Zigzagoon anyway. With that in mind i'm keeping the old save here in case mistakes are discovered in the future. Do not expect everything in this save to be legit, anything we're pretty much 100% sure of is in the recent save above. The newer save above also contains a lot of new event Pokemon generated directly from distribution cartridges (some public, some from private individuals who wanted to help) so we 100% know the origin of the Pokemon.

    Last Old Save Before Cleanup on 16.03.17 - With Possible Non Legit Pokemon 16-01-17 Download
     
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    I have the Pokemon Colosseum Japanese pre-order bonus disk. Because of that I have about 6 legit Ageto Celebi I could contribute.
    I also have the English disk and could contribute as many Wishmaker Jirachi as I feel like generating. Including a legit shiny one.
    I have the Interactive Multi-Game Demo Disk V16 which gives out the Berry Patch Zigzagoon. I can generate as many as needed.

    In my Pokemon Box: Ruby and Sapphire save I have an untouched Jungle Tour Celebi, Navel Rock Ho-oh and Lugia, English and Japanese Mattle Ho-oh, an UT Colosseum Pikachu, Pokemon Box special move eggs.
    I have a random Japanese Jirachi of unknown origin and the ability to generate legit Eon Tickets in gen 3 games as well as working tickets in Emerald.

    Really, one of the only things I don't have is a way to backup and restore my saves so I can share them with people. If anybody can help me obtain a way, I'd be more than happy to contribute!
     
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    You certainly have some good event Pokemon too! I have responded to your private message, if your happy to contribute them that would be great.

    How are you generating EON tickets? Action Replay codes or something else?

    The best way to backup / restore GBA save games is with a DS / DS Lite. You will need a DS flashcard for this, however flashcards are around $10 these days. (You don't need to mod your DS in any way, put the flashcard in the DS and power it on)

    You would simply put GBA Backup Tool on the flash card, the then power on the DS, loading GBA Backup Tool from the flashcards menu.

    After place the GBA game in the DS and you can backup the save from the GBA game to the Micro SD card you have in your DS flashcard. You can also restore a GBA save you have copied to your DS flashcard too.
     
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    Kinda pissed off. Spent forever typing a message only to have to log back in as I was posting it and lose it.

    I have a GBA Action Replay, Advanced Game Port, an E-Reader as well as 2 Eon tickets. That's how I get to Southern Island and the Emerald events.

    Events in the game. Originally I had 2 separate lists. I'll go back and re-explain the whole story later when I'm not pissed off.

    Big Mike
    Several Ageto Celebi
    Jungle Tour Celebi
    Navel Rock Ho-oh and Lugia
    Japanese Jirachi (Not sure if it's an event)
    Shiny Wishmaker Jirachi
    Japanese Southern Island Latios
    Japanese Berry Fix Zigzagoon

    HaxAras
    Several Ageto Celebi
    Berry Fix Zigzagoon (Will add more Later)
    2 of every Pokemon Box Egg* 1 Pichu, 1 Pichu egg
    XD: Gale of Darkness gen 2 starters with special moves
    Southern Island Latias
     
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    When you log in tick remember me, otherwise if you dont load a page on the forum for a while you will be logged out.

    I've never actually seen an E-Reader in person for the GBA, it was never that popular over hear at all. If you can explain sometime that would be great! You must have obviously had a lot of Pokemon events in your area over the years then? We've never had any around here, although do get some WiFi ones in games shops now which is something!
     
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    I only used an E-reader once before I bought mine. A friend of mine from middle school, an older guy I knew had one and lent it to me. I scanned in some Pokemon cards and returned it. I didn't have much use for it. Think of it like a credit card swiper at a store. You can scan in Pokemon cards with barcodes, E-Reader cards an that's it I think. I have the rare Eon Ticket E-Reader card. You need 2 GBA's, a Link Cable, an E-Reader, the Card and a game to even use the thing. I don't think a whole lot of people bought the E-Reader because the whole idea was poorly thought up. I don't think it was much more popular over here.

    The Eon Ticket basically scans an Eon Ticket into your Ruby or Sapphire cart, allowing you to take a boat from Lilycove City to Southern Island. If you're on Ruby or Sapphire, it allows you to catch the opposite Pokemon of the roaming legendary. (Latios/Latias) at LV.50, holding Soul Dew. The roaming legendaries in gen 3 are all messed up and have terrible IV's. They're all 0-3 I think. In Emerald version, they ask you to pick Red/Blue to be the roaming legendary and the opposite will go to Southern Island. If you mix records with a Ruby/Sapphire that has the ticket, it will send one to your Emerald. I think you can send 3 of them per save file. I'm not sure if you can send them to other Ruby/Sapphire carts. Emerald Cannot pass them on.

    It's a damn shame really. English and Japanese Ruby/Sapphire cannot mix records and they can't mix records with Emerald. But the English and Japanese Emerald versions can mix records with each other. I have an Action replay code to get Southern Island on the Japanese Emerald but it would be nice to do it on Ruby/Sapphire as well.

    There's a Japanese E-reader card for secret base dolls of all 3 of the Regis. If you could somehow print it off and get it to work, you could scan them into an English game by mixing records. There's a man who is generated in Mauville city's Pokemon Center based on your ID number. It has to end in a certain number. If he's there, you can trade secret base decorations with him, mix records and he is sent to the other game with the items you gave him. You could use that to get the regi dolls in your English games using legit means but that card is damn near impossible to find. Ther

    In Japan there were E-Reader cards for Fire Red and Leaf Green as well as Colosseum. I don't know much about them. I have a Japanese friend and he said he'd be willing to try to help me find them sometime. I have some of the Japanese Ruby and Sapphire E-reader cards already but not an E-Reader Plus from Japan to use them.

    I have all of the English cards and even a couple sealed packs. There were 3 different English packs. I have 2 sealed copies of "Freezing Ray". They're not exactly common so I snagged them while I could. They scan an Enigma Berry into your save game if you use certain cards. You can then grow the Enigma berry or scan in other berries and grow them and they take the place of the Enigmas Berry. Most of the E-Reader cards take days. I know of an exploit though. One of them only takes 4 hours. Just scan it in, grow a bunch and then just scan in one of the other berries to replace it. There's also a house in Mossdeep city with a man standing in front of a door in the back of it. If you scan in trainer cards, you can go in and battle a trainer. No experience, EV's or money is rewarded.

    Just last night I purchased a 3DS flashcard so hopefully when that arrives, I'll be able to backup my save and add events to the save easier. I'll also be able to do several more things. I can teleport anybody to Navel Rock or Birth Island in Fire Red/Leaf Green, scan in an Enigma Berry or the other berries* or an Eon Ticket into Ruby or Sapphire and activate every single event ticket in the English and Japanese Emerald Versions. Really, the only one I can't get the actual tickets in, is Fire Red/.Leaf Green. I tried a teleporting code on those games and it worked. Everything else I've tried over the years has failed and I've put dozens of hours of work into it.


    I can make videos of most of this stuff if you need me to show you a demonstration. I have a decent amount of hardware and resources.
     
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    I'm pleased to announce we have a nice update to this save game thanks to a fantastic contribution from HaxAras!

    HaxAras was kind enough to send me his Pokemon Box save game, however due to his copy of the game been NTSC and mine been PAL I had a lot of trouble using his save game with a PAL copy of the game, even after changing the region of the save to PAL. My PAL Pokemon Box would read the save game, however when saving would corrupt both the Pokemon Box and GBA save of the connected game.

    After many hours of messing about the only way I could over come this was to boot a NTSC copy of Pokemon Box an anonymous person hooked me up with. I was able to boot this on a PAL Wii using the homebrew app Nintendont. Nintendont ignores region restrictions on GameCube games and will happily load them regardless.

    For game settings on Nintendont "Native Control" should be on, this allows the GBA to GameCube link cable to be recognised, memory card emulation can be on or off, however if off you can use a real GameCube memory card to load / save to.

    Once I had done this I had no trouble linking my UK (Euro) Pokemon Fire Red to an NTSC version of Pokemon Box.

    Something else to keep in mind: When linking a GameCube game loaded with Nintendont to the GBA only the official GBA to GameCube link cable will work, 3rd party ones do not work with Nintendont, so I ended up having to purchase an official one from Ebay.

    The following Pokemon have been added since the previous version of this save:

    Box 11 - Japanese Event Pokemon:


    • Ageto Celebi
    • HO-OH (JPN Mattle)
    • Berry Glitch Fix Zigzagoon Ruby (1x) and Sapphire (2x)

    Box 12 - American Event Pokemon:

    • Wishmaker Jirachi (2x Normal and 1x Shiny)
    • HO-OH (Mattle)
    • Berry Glitch Fix Zigzagoon (Sapphire 1x)

    Box 10 (HaxAras):


    • The two Jirachi's have been leveled up so I have left them in this box as we have many untouched ones.
    • Chikorita, Cyndaquil and Totodile have HaxAras as the OT, I need to confirm what these are from with him.
    • Various legendry birds are also in this box, i need to confirm where these are from.

    Other changes:



    • Box 9 - Eggs: This has many eggs from HaxAras's Pokemon Box save.
    • Pokémon 10th Anniversary Journey Across America (10 ANIV) Pokemon have been moved to Box 13

    I'm currently updating your Pokemon Box save with all the event Pokemon from the original save, HaxAras. I will message you a link to this once finished.
     
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    It's so awesome to see my contribution to the save. It puts a huge smile on my face.


    The eggs in box 9 are
    2x Skitty - When hatched, you will be the OT and it will have Payday.
    2x Zigzagoon - When hatched, you will be the OT and it will have Extremespeed
    2x Swablu - When hatched, you will be the OT and it will have False Swipe
    1x Pichu - When hatched, you will be the OT and it will have Surf.


    One of the leveled up Jirachi is Wishmaker. The other is Japanese and I wasn't sure if it was an event or not. As Japanese gen 3 Jirachi aren't very common, I threw it in.

    The 3 Latias and the Latios are all from the Southern Island event. They should be Untouched, LV 50 and be holding Soul Dew. One of them is Japanese.

    The Japanese Ho-oh and Lugia are from the Navel Rock event.

    Chikorita, Cyndaquil and Totodile are from Pokemon XD: Gale of Darkness. It was incredibly tedious to obtain them. You have to clear 100 floors of Mt.Battle just like I did in the English and Japanese versions of Colosseum. When you get to the top, you get your choice of a starter with Frenzy Plant, Blast Burn and Hydro Cannon respectively. I'm not sure if you can breed them on like egg moves but if you want them and don't want to clear 300 floors of Mt.Battle, they're there for you.

    I retrieved a very outdated copy of my Pokemon Box save to get these events for the thread. Later I will be sending Insane Nutter another save which will contain my Japanese Colosseum Pikachu and probably 30 more of the Berry Fix Zigzagoon. Because, why not?

    I'll be throwing in my Master Rank contest team and 100 win Battle Tower team. I'll leave it up to Insane Nutter on whether or not to include them. While not events, some people might have a use for them and he could toss them in the box named after me, if he feels like doing so.
     
  9. InsaneNutter

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    Thanks for the info HaxAras, with all that in mind I have updated the save again, this time better organising the Boxs. I have also added more info to the original post based on what you have provided.

    • Box 8 - HaxAras
    • Box 9 - Game Event Pokemon
    • Box 10 - Eggs
    • Box 11 - Japanese Event Pokemon
    • Box 12 - American Event Pokemon
    • Box 13 - Pokémon 10th Anniversary Journey Across America (10 ANIV) Pokemon
    The master rank contest team and battle tower team could be interesting additions, it gives people some good Pokemon to use if they wish to attempt it themselves.

    Thanks again for your contributions, I do feel we have advanced the save a lot and preserved a lot of GEN3 event Pokemon.

    During my search for more GEN3 event Pokemon I came across a now offline Pokemon website, it does appear someone had archived the majority of the GEN3 event Pokemon, you can view the now offline site on web archive: https://web.archive.org/web/20110802225338/http://www.pkmdb.com/GBA-American-Event-Downloads as the files are so small you can even download the Pokemon. The problem is their useless for GEN3 as have been imported in to GEN4 then extracted from a save and shared online after that.

    It does however show their potentially a lot more GEN3 event Pokemon we can obtain, presuming People actually have them on GEN3 save files.
     
  10. jasp

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    Excuse me. I just really wanna ask if this save files are legit/legal? I was reading your post the day after you posted this, because I really wanted to have a legit/legal legendary pokemons in my Emerald :( I will be visiting this site day after day just to know your answers if this are legits. Because I just read their is an Egg contains pichu that has surf move? Does pichu can really learn surf? That's why I just wanna ask :( I'll be waiting for your replies sir thankyou
     
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    Pokemon Box: Ruby and Sapphire puts out eggs that know special moves when you deposit certain amounts of Pokemon. 0, 100, 500, and 1,499 I think it is for all of them. Pichu is 1,499 and by far, the hardest to get. To answer the question, yes. It's entirely legit. I've actually sent Insane Nutter another update to my save with even more Pokemon so you might want to hold off on downloading it until he has time to update it again.
     
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    All the Pokemon in this save are legit to the best of my knowledge, i've even gone to the effort of providing extensive information in the first post about where each event Pokemon came from. You can confirm their all legit yourself by looking on the Bulbapedia event pages I have posted links to.

    Just a quick update:

    I have been working on getting a Jirachi we dont currently have yet in the save., It's the "CHANNEL"Jirachi from the PAL version of Pokemon Channel. I finally managed to get it after a lot of messing around with Pokemon Channel. After that I had to mess about some more and use an earlier version of my own Ruby save. As I had got the Jirachi from the US bonus disc it wouldn't let me obtain the channel one.

    The end result is here which i just got a few minutes ago and dumped my save game, I now need to trade it to the current version of the save here and add the Pokemon HaxAras has sent me in his Pokemon Box save via PM

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    More info on this Jirachi here Pokémon Channel - Bulbapedia, the community-driven Pokémon encyclopedia

    I plan to try do that tomorrow as it's getting late here now.
     
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    Wow! Thankyou so much I now finally found a legit event pokemons. I'll be checking again this thread if you finally updated your saves :)
     
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    Great news on my end! While I don't have much more to offer at the moment, I got a new SD card ans my 3DS R4 cars is working perfectly. I'm playing a Pokemon Black Rom and I'll be downloading the GBA backup tool later. No more pestering Insane Nutter or having him go through extra work for me. Seriously though, it's been very appreciated! Once I get the backup took working, I'll also be able to add working tickets to peoples (English) Ruby, Sapphire and Emerald saves as well as (Japanese) Emerald saves.

    I currently have a save somewhere that has a Deoxys, Berry Fix Lonoone and Zigzagoon. I need to find it though. I have a LOT of backed up GameCube saves and no form of organization for them at all. I'll try to get on it soon.
     
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    Which save file is the recent one?

    If you download this one:

    ''Pokemon GEN3 Legit Event Pokemon Save 10.04.16 Download - Current save with all of the above Pokemon''

    You get the file which says ''Pokemon Fire Red GEN3 Legit Event Pokemon 07-04-16''
     
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    The latest save is now the Pokemon Fire Red GEN3 Legit Event Pokemon 17-04-16.

    This latest version brings another nice update, everything below has been contributed by HaxArs with the exception of the Channel Jirachi which was contributed by myself.

    Pokemon added:

    Eng Event Box:

    Channel Jirachi - Can be obtained from both the European and Australian versions of Pokemon Channel. A Channel Jirachi can be downloaded onto Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire. After unlocking the full version of Pichu Bros.

    Berry Glitch Fix Zigzagoon (Ruby 2x (M & F), Sapphire 2x (M & F) - These Zigzagoon were distributed as a promotion to get people to fix a Berry glitch in Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire that plagued many players. They were distributed at EB Games and GameStop stores from March 1, 2004 to April 22, 2007. They can also be received from the GameCube Interactive Multi-Game Demo Disc Versions 14 & 16. Its name will always be in English.

    Note: HaxArs has contributed a box full of these, however due to the Fire Red save game we have been using been quite full I have only added a male and female of them with the Ruby and Sapphire as the OT. I might put them all in a separate save game if their is demand for it. That way we can keep the majority of the Pokemon in other box's in this save, although there not event it's clear a significant amount of time has gone in to obtaining, evolving and training them. I also think they will be useful for people playing GEN 3 games today and have no friends playing anymore to trade with / complete the Pokedex. What do you all think?

    JPN Event Box:

    Colosseum Pikachu - Obtainable from the Pokemon Colosseum JPN bonus disc

    HaxArs Box:

    Contest Pokemon - Swellow (Red Scarf), Milottic (Pink Scarf), Camerupt (Blue Scarf), Donphan (Yellow Scarf), Banette (Green Scarf)
    Battle Tower Team - Salamence (Choice Band), Suicune (Chesto Berry), Snorlax (Leftovers)

    I have also added the batch of eggs again from HaxArs's Pokemon Box save so you can now get two surfing Pichu's for example from this save.
     
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    I'm pleased to announce another massive update to this save, the current version is now Pokemon GEN3 Legit Event Pokemon Save 17.04.16 V2

    This is what has changed since the save i posted this morning:

    Box: ENGEVENT

    Added 1x Wishaker Jurachi
    Added 1x HO-OH (Mattle)
    Added 1x Aura Mew - (This is a new event we didn't have before) - This Mew was distributed at various locations throughout Europe. In the United Kingdom, it was distributed at participating Toys "R" Us stores as part of the Pokémon Summer Day Camp event. The overall distribution period was from August 2 to 26, 2007.

    Box: 10 ANIV:

    Added the follwoing Pokemon:

    • Venusaur
    • Blastoise
    • Dragonite
    • Umbreon

    Three new boxes have also been added:

    Box 7 - Zigagoon - A Box full of Berry Glitch Fix Zigzagoon (Shiny) provided by HaxAras - They we're received from the GameCube Interactive Multi-Game Demo Disc Versions 14. Each one has different stats.

    Box 6 - Aura Mew - A box which is almost full of Aura Mew's provided by King Impoleon, These Mew's were distributed at various locations throughout Europe. Each Mew in this box has different stats.

    Box 14 - Top 10 Distribution Pokémon:

    • Lugia (2x)
    • Ho-Oh (2x)
    • Latias
    • Latios
    • Raikou
    • Entei
    • Suicune
    • Charizard
    • Pikachu
    • Articuno

    These Pokémon were selected through a poll and later distributed at various locations throughout Europe.
    In the United Kingdom, they were distributed at the UK National Championships on June 10, 2006 and as part of a tour. Originally a stop at Capitol Centre, Cardiff was planned, but it was later canceled and replaced by a stop at the Mall of Cribs, Bristol. The overall distribution period for the tour was from October 14 to November 19, 2006.

    I have removed all the other random Pokemon that were in other boxs, so this save is now purely event Pokemon. This allowed me to add the box of Zigagoon and Aura Mews.
     
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    https://www.mediafire.com/?nqtz2q80h9kd1jf

    So here's my update to the save. So I gained access to a save editor and I'm edited the Fire Red save contents a little. I only edited my own Pokemon. I'm changed the ID of my contest Pokemon and Battle Frontier Pokemon to my current Emerald save and fixing the EV's of my Battle Frontier team. That was more of a personal thing. My old Emerald save was a female trainer with the name "May" and I have no idea why. I hated that my Pokemon didn't have me as the OT. I'm remaking my gen 3 and 6 living Pokedexes just so all my Pokemon will have me as the OT.

    Some of the eggs that Insane Nutter imported to the save weren't event eggs. So I removed and organized them. (This was my fault. I just sent him my Pokemon Box save with a bunch of UN-organized, UN-labeled eggs)
    Swablu, Swablu, ZIgzagoon, Zigzagoon, Skitty, Skity
    Swablu, Swablu, ZIgzagoon, Zigzagoon, Skitty, Skity
    Zigzagoom, Pichu, Pichu

    I changed the Milotic in the Party's OT from Bulldog to HaxAras since it was originally my Milotic. It came from a really old Ruby save of mine. I sent Insane Nutter my Pokemon Box save in 2014 or 2015 and the updated version recently so that explains how Milotic found it's way to the save.

    I'm a fan of legit and untouched events so I'm asking the people involved here for their opinions. Later on I could re-edit the save to set the Venusaur to LV.70 and the 2 Jirachi in the HaxAras box to LV.5. Just before I typed that, I realized I could clone them. For anybody who thinks setting their levels to their default levels makes them fake, then you can download the leveled up ones. For those, like me who prefer UT Pokemon and still see them as legit, I'll put UT clones of the 3 in the HaxAras box.
     
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    Wow nice. I would like the UT ones. So the v2 is still not uploaded?
     
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    Wow nice. I would like the UT ones. So the v2 is still not uploaded?
     

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