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Here at PokéCheats, we have gone a stage further in the competitive battling field, allowing you to download your very own Pokémon created from our website - saving you the effort of breeding and training. You can use our Pokédex to download pre-made and pre-tested sets that have been tested for maximum efficiency in battle.

You can download event pokemon, or any pokemon to your Nintendo DS Games using our Pokemon GTS. Our GTS works through changing the DNS setting to 199.119.163.34. You can also upload PKM files to our GTS.



Our GTS has many uses:

Missed a Pokémon event? No problem! Just browse throught our English or Japanese event database, and click the "Send to GTS" link for any Pokémon event you want.

Want to complete your Pokédex? You can send all 649 Pokémon to your game, with our massive PKM Database.

We also have our own web-based Pokésav that runs directly in your web browser, and sends your created Pokémon straight to the GTS:

Online Pokésav for 5th gen games
Online Pokésav for 4th gen games



How does it work?

In order to download your Pokémon, you need to setup your Pokémon game to link to the PokéCheats GTS. Details of how to do this can be found here. Once that is done, visit the GTS in your game, and download the Pokémon. You can do this unlimited times, and can therefore create teams, and get the edge in competitive battling over the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection! Our Online Pokésav does all the hard work for you. Here is an outline on how it works:





Legality info:

All of our Pokémon are Legit, except for the Pokémon that you create in the Online Pokésav by yourself. With the proper knowledge, and some care, it is possible to create Legal Pokémon in the Online Pokésav, that can pass Nintendo's hack checks. In order for a Pokémon to pass Nintendo's hack checks for online play, you must make sure that the Pokémon doesn't exceed the game's natural limits. Invalid moves, or incorrect met-at levels and met-at locations are common mistakes. The Online Pokésav takes care of the PID value, if you check the "automatically fix PID" checkbox. But, an offline PID generator exists, if you really want 31 IVs in all stats.

When manually specifying a PID, pay close attention to the information that appears under a PID. You need to look up the Pokémon in a guide book to see what abilities it can learn. The PID generator swaps these values for the PID (its just a confusing bug for this PID generator, it doesn't apply to other PID generators). For example, if this PID generator gives you a PID for "Ability 1", then you want to give your Pokémon the second ability that is listed in the guide book. If this PID generator gives you a PID for "Ability 2", then you want to give your Pokémon the first ability that is listed in the guide book. Instead of typing the name of the nature that you want the PID to have, you have to look up the value for that nature. The read-me has a list of the value that each nature corresponds to. You also need to make sure that the Pokémon's gender matches the PID's gender value. You will need to look up the Pokémon in a guide book to find out what percentage of that Pokémon will be female. If the Pokémon has a 12.5% chance of being female, then the PID's gender value needs to be between 0 and 30 inclusive, otherwise it will be male. If the Pokémon has a 25% chance of being female, then the PID's gender value needs to be between 0 and 63 inclusive, otherwise it will be male. If the Pokémon has a 50% chance of being female, then the PID's gender value needs to be between 0 and 126 inclusive, otherwise it will be male. If the Pokémon has a 75% chance of being female, then the PID's gender value needs to be between 0 and 190 inclusive, otherwise it will be male. The gender value of the PID can be ignored for gender-less Pokémon, and Pokémon that always have the same gender.

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