[Tutorial:PKHeX] How to Gen Legal/Legit Pokémon for Beginners (2023)

How to create legal Pokémon with PKHeX for beginners

Section I: Main

I am not going to go into too much detail regarding exceptions to nature/IV spreads; ball/combinations; Shiny Events, etc after Gen 5. This is to encourage you to do your own research while also giving you specific examples from past generations.

1. Open PKHeX (it will automatically load your current “main” if the directory is present) and drag the “main” file to the open window.

2. Here you will see this familiar window:

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On the very first tab, you will see a variety of options. To start, you obviously have to have a Pokémon in mind. For this tutorial, we will create a legal Faraway Island Mew from Pokémon Emerald.
For the species, we are going to choose “Mew” from the dropdown list. Next, we either choose to set a Nickname or not. When creating foreign Pokémon, the name will be changed to the foreign one. If you want to retain your languages name, nickname the Pokémon and check the box.
For this one, we will leave the box unchecked.
For the Exp/Level, you must research the available level(s) at the specific location that your Pokémon can be captured. I suggest using a combination of Serebii.com, Bulbapedia.com and Pokemondb.net.

Since we are making Mew, from Faraway island we can look the information up to see what level he can be caught:

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Now we know he is only available at one level; 30.

Moving on to nature. This part can either be extremely simple, or a little complicated depending on if you want your Pokémon to appear legal or legitimate. If you choose the former then it really doesn’t matter what nature you choose; if you want it to look legitimate than you should consider that:

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Only 4 natures are possible for 31/31/31/31/31/31 Pokémon caught in generations 3 & 4 (exceptions below). These natures are calm, docile, modest, and timid.

  • Wild Pokémon with variable genders (including Heatran) caught in Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum have 7 possible natures for 31/31/31/31/31/31. These are calm, docile, hasty, modest, quirky, sassy, and timid. Wild Pokémon with variable genders caught in Heart Gold and Soul Silver have 6 possible natures for 31/31/31/31/31/31. These are calm, docile, modest, quiet, sassy, and timid.
  • Shinies obtained through the Pokeradar in Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum can have any IV/nature combination.
  • Wild Pokémon (excluding Legendaries) from Ruby, Sapphire, Fire Red, Leaf Green, and Emerald have 9 possible natures for 31/31/31/31/31/31. These are calm, careful, docile, hardy, lax, modest, naive, rash, and timid.

Now for this Pokémon we will set the nature to “Modest” because we plan to give him a perfect IV spread of 31/31/31/31/31/31; which we know is a legitimate combination.

The held item can be anything except: Game specific items (i.e Blue/red Orb), MegaStones, Z-Stones, etc). The item does not matter if you are not trading the Pokémon.

For the friendship section, you need to know the “base happiness” of the Pokémon you are creating. Again, there are multiple places that you can check to see what the happiness level of the Pokémon is, I like Pokemondb.net.

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Here we can see that his base happiness is “100” so we’ll set it to that.

The next section is the ability. Most legendaries only have one ability, for Mew it is “Synchronize”. Even though, PKHeX gives the option of selecting three abilities from the dropdown menu, the third is always considered the “Hidden Ability”. This is something else that requires research. While some Pokémon have their hidden abilities available, a lot of them do not; or only through special circumstances. You must research the abilities of your Pokémon to be sure it can exist in game.

If the first two abilities are the same, you may choose either.

For the language, it does not matter unless you desire to create a specific Pokémon only available to one region as in this tutorial. For Mew, we are going to choose “JPN” and do the same thing for “Country” and “3DS Region” (As mentioned earlier, you will notice the “Nickname” field has been filled in with the foreign name).

Now you should have something like this:

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Section II: Met

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This is probably the section where people mess up the most when generating Pokémon. I’m not exactly sure why, because it is very straight forward. The first section is the game of origin, which you should know by default when you decided to create your chosen Pokémon. It can get very specific when genning Pokémon with older movesets, or moves only available through tutors from previous generations etc. Again, this is when research comes into play. Look it up to be 100% sure the Pokémon can come from that game, at the level/nature you’ve set.
For Mew, we are going to set the Origin Game as “Emerald”.

The next section is the met location. If you are generating a breeded Pokémon then you will want to set this as any route or town in the GAME you want it to be “HATCHED” in. So, if you chose “Moon” as your origin game, you can select any route or town in Pokémon Moon as the met location. Then, you must check the “As Egg” box near the bottom. From the dropdown menu, on “location” choose Day-Care Helpers. The date MUST be a date BEFORE the met date in the field above. For most Pokémon from previous generations, you will want to choose “Poké Transfer”. The only time this is different, is if you are generating Event Only Pokémon, some of whom have VERY specific locations. For Mew, we will select “Poké Transfer” as stated.

Next it is as simple as choosing the Pokéball for your chosen Pokémon. Regarding legit vs legal, there are some combinations in terms of generations and available pokeballs. This is normally reserved for Dream balls, Apricorn balls in Gen 6, and Beast balls in Gen 7. Since we are creating a shiny Mew from gen 3, it makes sense to me to use a Masterball.

Now you have to set the met level. For ALL breeded Pokémon, this is going to be set to “1”. For everything else, you should be able to copy the level you chose in the previous step. If you are generating a battle-ready Pokémon, then you will want to research to available level of your Pokémon if you didn’t in section I. Following the former, we’ll set Mew’s level to “30”.

The met date really does not have any bearing on legality. You can set this freely, as only Pokémon born in the Generation you are genning for will display and actual date. (i.e. If you create a Gen 7 Pokémon in Gen 7, it will display an exact date). Any Pokémon from previous generations will simply read “…. Has traveled across space and time”. However, for legitimacy we will set our met date to “7/27/2005” when we know the Event Item was being distributed.

The “Fateful encounter” box is reserved for Event Only/Special Pokémon. You will not use this in most cases. Since this specific Mew, does receive the flag for a fateful encounter upon transfer, we are going to check this box.

Your Pokémon should look similar to this:

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Section III: Stats

This is going to be a pretty short section as most things are obvious. You can choose to set the IV/EVs yourself specifically, or you can choose to randomize them. Be aware, no Pokémon can have more than 510 EV points total across all six stats and can have no more than 31 IVs. You can also set the hidden power at will, or set all IVs to 31 by holding CTRL and clicking “randomize IVs”. If you would like a specific characteristic, you can follow this chart to set your IVs to correspond to the one you want. For Mew, I will give him 31 IVs in all stats which will give him a hidden power of “dark” and the characteristic “Takes plenty of Siestas”

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** As mentioned in section I, if you want the Pokémon to appear legit, you must recognize legitimate Nature/IV spreads for the chosen generation**

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The contest stats have absolutely no bearing on legality so feel free to choose any number up to 255 in each stat. Although, for legitimacy sake I will be leaving this section blank.

So, we are left with something like this:

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Section IV: Attacks

The attack section is very specific as well. Depending on the Pokémon you chose to create you must take extra care to research the attacks that are available. Attacks can be restricted by generation, level, events and tutors. Pokemondb.com offers a great section of Pokémon attacks based on their respective generation and how they are learned. I highly recommend using it to double check the legality of your Pokémon attacks.

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For the example, Mew can learn any move. So, I figured we could have some fun and give him a few sought-after generation three moves. We will give him, Defog, Soft-Boiled, Will-O-Wisp, and Knock Off. Apparently, he is a staller Mew . Since he was born in Gen 3, but is being traded to Gen 7 all moves including and up to the latest generation are available to him provided all the conditions are met.
The PP Up section on the sidebar is completely optional. If you wish you can “feign” the use of PP Ups and give all your Pokémon’s attacks the max PP they can receive.

Relearn moves usually include egg moves, or moves learned at a lower level. Sometimes Pokémon (especially Event/Special Pokémon from previous generations) do not have relearn moves at all, so you may leave it blank. If the Pokémon may have relearned moves, you can click outside of the box for the program to populate the fields with suggested moves. For Mew, we will leave this section blank.

Now on to the next section.

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Section V: OT/Misc.

The TID/OT information at the top of the tab will be filled in automatically when you load your save file. If it is not, you can click outside the field to populate it, or enter your information manually if you know it. If you are generating for someone else you must use their information in this field, not your own. For Mew, we will leave the field as is.

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The “latest handler (Not OT)” section is only used when the Pokémon has been “traded”. That means if it is a Pokémon you received from someone else, or one that you are generating from a previous generation. The name does not matter as this field does not require any TID/SID information. For Mew, we will just put our OT in this field as well.

Markings are either generated by the game itself, or correspond to the generation the Pokémon is from and cannot be changed. Other markings are optional.

The ribbons tab contains all available ribbons in the game. These are completely optional as well and have no bearing on legality. NOTE: Event specific ribbons will prevent your Pokémon from trading through Wi-Fi; They will trade through direct Wi-Fi trades (If the Pokémon is legal with the ribbon) otherwise ALL Pokémon will trade via local. Since we want Mew to be legit as possible, we will not be using Ribbons.

Medals have no bearing on legality. These can be chosen freely. Though I would advise caution when choosing medals not available in current generations on current generation Pokémon.

Memories are something you normally do not have to mess with unless generating a Pokémon from scratch. Here, if your Pokémon is traded, the “Memories with OT” tab will be greyed out while reading “The Pokémon seems to have a good memory”. In the next tab “Memories with: Not OT” the top option “Memory type” depends on how the Pokémon was received. For traded Pokémon, choose the option “{0} became {1}’s friend when it arrived via Link trade at {2}. {4} that {3}”. Then for the area you may choose “somewhere” if unsure, or “Pokémon Center”. For the next section of “Intensity” just leave the default “The Pokémon Remembers”. And for the last section “feeling” you may choose what you desire.

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Finalizing the Creation

Now return to the first tab called “Main”. At the very top you will see “PID” with a grey button next to it called “reroll”. Click this button, if you choose to make your Pokémon shiny, you may also click the “Star” icon to the left of the PID.

After rolling the PID, return to the last tab “OT/Misc.”. At the very bottom, you will see “Encryption Constant” with a grey button called “reroll” and a number similar to the PID. You must click this as well, then for a final time, return the “main” tab and reroll the PID once more to ensure it matches the new encryption constant.

And that’s it! You should now have a 100% legal Pokémon as recognized through PKHeX and of course the game itself! Have fun Genning!!

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CREDITS: @Kaphotics for PKHeX, Bulbapedia.com and pokemondb.net.

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EDIT: With recent updates to PKHeX legality involving PID/Nature/Encounters/IV with Pokemon in Gen 3/4/ generating these pokemon from scratch will ALWAYS result in an illegal pokemon as read by PKHeX. The pokemon are still recognized as "legal" by the game as it does not take PID into consideration when determining legality once transferred to Gen 6/7.

However, if you would like them to appear as legit as possible I would recommend using RNGReporter. This will allow you to retrieve a legal spread from your assumed RNG seed target pokemon to use in PKHeX. Alternatively, you can actively RNG for these pokemon in these games via emulator and transfer them with PKHeX.


How do you auto legalize Pokémon in PKHeX? ›

Legalize Box Pokemon:
  1. Go to the box you would like to legalize.
  2. Go to Tools > Auto Legality Mod > Legalize Box Pokemon.
  3. It should legalize all the Pokemon within the active box.
  4. You will recieve a notification when the process is over.

Are generated Pokémon legal? ›

Officially, yes. It is stated in official rulebooks that players found to be using illegally obtained (ie. Pokehex) Pokemon will be subjected to disqualifications and bans.

Is PKHeX easy? ›

Though the task of using PKHeX may seem daunting at first, it is easy to learn and will help genners out a great deal. I hope you all found this guide at least a little bit insightful, and if you have any questions, feel free to contact me or any of the moderators on this sub and we'd be happy to help you out.

How do you use PKHeX on DS? ›

All. You have to do then is go open up you can X go to file and go to open. And it should bring you

How do I install PKHeX plugins? ›

To use the plugins:
  1. Create a folder named plugins in the same directory as PKHeX.exe.
  2. Put the compiled plugins from this project in the plugins folder.
  3. Start PKHeX.exe.
  4. The plugins should be available for use in Tools > Auto Legality Mod drop-down menu.

How do you legalize Pokémon in PKSM? ›

Tapping the wireless symbol in the bottom-left, or pressing Y , will trigger a legality check on your Pokémon.

Are hacked Pokémon legal? ›

Legal: A Pokemon whose information correctly matches that of a legitimate Pokemon. A Pokemon can be hacked and legal or legit and legal.

Will I get banned for using Genned Pokémon? ›

Here are the facts: No one has been banned due to hacked/genned Pokémon that are "legal". People have used genned Pokémon for years, even in major competitions, nothing has happened to those people.

Are cloned Pokémon legal? ›

A Pokemon's clone is considered by the game to be legitimate.

Can I use PKHeX on mobile? ›

Pokémon core series save editor for Mobile Devices (Android/iOS), programmed in C#. Supports the following files: Save files ("main", *.

How do I use ROM hacks with PKHeX? ›

PKHeX Guide For Nuzlocking/RomHacks - YouTube

How do you use a Pokémon Generator? ›

Using the Pokemon Generator on Mobile or Tablet - YouTube

How do I use PKHeX on Windows? ›

Starting PKHeX For Windows and Linux with Mono: Extract the PKHeX zip file somewhere on your computer. Run PKHeX.exe Press "Yes" when prompted to create a backup folder. Then click OK. For Mac: Extract the 7-zip file Run PKHeX.

How do I use PKHeX on DeSmuMe? ›

It's easy.
  1. Open DeSmuMe.
  2. Go to 'File', find 'Export Backup Memory'. ...
  3. Save it somewhere you will remember, with whatever name you want.
  4. Open PKHEX.
  5. Go to 'File', 'Save' and then find the file you exported with the emulator.
  6. Do your editing to the save.
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How do I change my Pokemon GBA save file? ›

A-Save (3rd Generation Save Editor) - YouTube

How do I use LiveHeXUI? ›

Starting LiveHeX

Go to Options > Settings > Blank Save Version and change this to the game you want to connect to. Launch LiveHeXUI through Tools > Auto-Legality Mod > Open LiveheX . You can connect to any of these games as long as Wi-Fi is active. For SWSH, connecting requires you to be connected to online in-game.

What can you do with PKSM? ›

The Storage section of PKSM allows you to move around your Pokémon from generations 4 through 8 between your loaded save and any banks (storage groups) you've made on your console.

Does PKSM work with DS games? ›

For DS and 3DS games (Generations 4 through 7), this table summarizes which backup folder for both PKSM and Checkpoint is for which game.
What backup folder corresponds to which game?
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Can you transfer PKSM to Pokémon home? ›

Unfortunately, PKSM only gives you the ability to freely move and store Pokemon from Generations 1-7 on the 3DS. The program has support for Gen 8 save files, but without a homebrewed Switch (much less accessible) then you'll forever have a barrier between HOME and prior games.

Can you tell if a Pokemon is duped? ›

You will not be able to tell if a pokemon is cloned as it is an EXACT copy of the original :) As for if it's hacked it could be the same story!

What if I breed a hacked Pokemon? ›

Yep, they are definitely legit. The game keeps no track of parent Pokemon, so you can do everything you do with a legit Pokemon with the child too. As long as the baby has no features it cannot get through normal gameplay, it will be considered legitimate.

What happens when you trade a illegal Pokemon? ›

if you use it in online battles, trades, or transfer to home, then you can get a warning or ban for possession of an illegal pokemon.

Is Genning Pokémon cheating? ›

Someone can claim that genning is cheating, but it is simply another way of obtaining legal mons. The experience is in the player and how they play the game, and if it is different than how someone else does it, that doesn't mean it is wrong.

Can Pokémon Home detect hacked Pokémon? ›

Now Bank and Home these come with an inbuilt hack checker, but it is awful and will miss 99% of hacked pokemon. Triggering the hack check because of the mess of a pokemon you made generally won't earn you a ban.

How can you tell if a Pokémon is hacked? ›

a- Check the EventDex. If it's not there, it's 99% hacked. Last attempt, try to google the OT and TID. If you see no exact match between Pokémon and OT, it's hacked.

Which Pokemon can clone? ›

Cloned Pokémon seen in the anime
VaporeonPidgeotHitmonlee ♂
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Can you trade duped Pokemon? ›

The result is that cloned Pokemon will not be able to get traded or moved out of a player's copy of Pokemon BDSP. The “PokeDupeChecker” comes after multiple game-altering cloning bugs were discovered by Pokemon BDSP players. Players were able to duplicate Pokemon using the game's buggy menus.

How can you tell if you have a hacked brilliant diamond and shining pearl? ›

If it is shiny, watch out. If it has perfect evs (even if its it wrong areas) watch out.
Hacked pokemon usually fit the following criteria:
  1. 6 IVs.
  2. Perfect Nature.
  3. Egg and Tutor moves, all perfect.
  4. Shiny.
  5. Holding a rare item.
  6. Level 100.

How do I transfer Pokémon to PKHeX? ›

To get a Pokémon from your machine that you generated with PKHeX to your game, you would have to export your save from the game using Checkpoint then you can copy the Pokémon into that save in PKHeX. Save the save file and copy back it to the console.

What files does PKHeX support? ›

Main Features
  • Supports PKX, EKX, PKM, PK6, EK6, and SAV file types.
  • Enables you to modify Pokémon information, including stats, species, and ability.
  • Provides a helpful interface for editing Pokémon SAV files.
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How do I edit a PK8 file? ›

You can open and edit PK8 files in PKHeX (Windows). In PKHeX you can edit the stats, attacks, and other data of the Pokémon a PK8 file contains.

What is a Pokemon PID? ›

PID in short stands for Pokémon Identification number, but is also referred to as the Personal ID number. This number is, under normal circumstances, randomly generated by the game and will decide several characteristics of a Pokémon, such as gender, nature and ability.

How do I put Pokemon on my emulator? ›

Once you've downloaded the emulator, open the DeSmuME.exe file on your PC. The exact file name will depend on your downloaded version. Next, visit Emulator Games again and find a DS Pokemon game to download. Once you've clicked on a Pokemon game, click the Save Game button and wait for it to download.

What is PokeGens? ›

PokeGens.com is a website that offers you Digital Services for Pokemon Sword/Shield, Brilliant Diamond/Shining Pearl and Legends Arceus.

How do you randomize with Pk3ds? ›

You need: The game in .
3ds, Pk3ds and Packhacks.
  1. Create a folder named Randomizer.
  2. Copy and paste the game inside.
  3. Create a subfolder (inside randomizer)named Pk3ds and extract pk3ds inside.
  4. Create another subfolder (inside randomizer) named Packhacks and extract packhacks inside.
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How do I save my Pokémon sword? ›

As always you can save your game by opening the main menu, done by pressing 'X' in Pokémon Sword and Shield, and then selecting the option to 'Save. ' From there, you just need to select the option to 'Save your progress' and your game will have been manually saved.

Where are Citra saves located? ›

If any games have been saved while playing them with Citra, there should be a folder inside sysdata named 00040000 . This folder contains all of the save data for 3DS titles.

How do you hack rare candies into Pokemon roms? ›

How To Get Unlimited Rare Candy In Pokemon Emerald GBA ... - YouTube

What file type does DeSmuME use? ›

Software Overview

As you're playing, DeSmuME allows you to save game progress at any time, which is saved in a . DSV file.

How do I put games on DeSmuME? ›

To load a game:
  1. Click on File > Open ROM, or press Ctrl+O.
  2. The “Open” window will pop up with the “Roms” folder in view. From this window click on the game you want to play, then click Open - as shown here .
  3. The game will begin playing immediately.
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Where are mGBA saves stored? ›

mGBA, the save file is located the same as where you put the ROM file, with the same name (. sav). I suggest using RetroArch (gpSP core).

Are fan made Pokemon games illegal? ›

Legally, only they have the rights to use their characters. Lots of companies like Nintendo protect their characters with copyrights and the such. Letting people use their characters can cause issues. Sure, this particular group may just be making a fun fan game.

Does Pokemon allow fanart? ›

No further consideration or compensation of any kind will be given for any Fan Art.

Is Pokemon copyright free? ›

The Pokémon name, the names of individual Pokémon characters, and their respective images are all probably protected by trademark laws. So, as with the phrase Super Bowl, be careful about using Pokémon names and characters in advertisements or product names.

Can hacked Pokemon corrupt your game? ›

Pokemon bugs are no joke: especially if they mess with a hundreds-of-hours-long save file or creatures you've lovingly doted on. While this particular bug won't corrupt your save file, it will crash your game.

Can I go to jail for downloading ROMs? ›

Can I go to jail for downloading ROMs? Technically, yes. Downloading ROMs is a form of piracy, which is illegal.

Can you be sued for a free fan game? ›

Some companies shut down fangames as copyright infringements. Original copyright holders can order a cease and desist upon fangame projects, as by definition fangames are unauthorized uses of copyrighted property.

Is Pikachu copyrighted? ›

PIKACHU Trademark of Nintendo of America Inc. - Registration Number 4568563 - Serial Number 85201634 :: Justia Trademarks.

Can I draw a celebrity and sell it? ›

“An artist may make a work of art that includes a recognizable likeness of a person without her or his written consent and sell at least a limited number of copies thereof without violating” his or her right of publicity, the court found.

Is the Pokeball copyrighted? ›

POKE BALL Trademark of Nintendo of America Inc. - Registration Number 2437410 - Serial Number 75501792 :: Justia Trademarks.

Can I sell Pokemon T shirts? ›

The Pokémon Company publishes a 'fanart' license. You're allow to make whatever Pokémon art you want with the caveat that it belongs to The Pokémon Company and cannot be used for anything beyond personal use. Getting a different license from TPC is more of a “Don't Call Us, We'll Call You.” kind of deal.

How do you get a Pokémon license? ›

Unite licenses can be obtained using Aeos gems or Aeos coins and do not expire. Limited licenses can be obtained through events or as rewards and expire after a set period of time.

Can I use Pokémon in my logo? ›

Pokémon Support

Unfortunately, we're not in a position to review requests to use the Pokémon intellectual property (including its characters, names, and designs). As a result, we ask that you not use it in or associate it with your project in any way.

Can I sell custom Pokémon cards? ›

As everyones aware, it is illegal to sell custom created Pokemon cards, unless (and this is a very thin line) they have no assets that're created by TPCi or Nintendo, or that aren't an exact replica. Their legal teams are usually all over your face if they catch a whiff of them selling well... usually.

What happens if I breed a hacked Pokemon? ›

Yep, they are definitely legit. The game keeps no track of parent Pokemon, so you can do everything you do with a legit Pokemon with the child too. As long as the baby has no features it cannot get through normal gameplay, it will be considered legitimate.

Should I release hacked Pokemon? ›

As long as you don't show it off online or use it in multiplayer battles, nothing bad should happen. Maybe keep a box of any hacked Pokemon you receive as a sort of trophy case, to look but not touch. Just remember that no matter what you should never bring an obviously hacked Pokemon into an online activity.

Can Pokemon Bank detect hacked Pokemon? ›

As you may or may not know, Pokémon Bank has logic to determine whether or not a Pokémon is legal or not. What this is meant to do is to see if a Pokémon could be obtained as it is, or if it must've been hacked in. If it isn't legal, transfer into Poké Bank isn't allowed.


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