Searching GameFAQs is not what it used to be. In "the old days", when a question was asked, it was usually dutifully answered. Now, you get a lecture along with useless postings. So here you go guys...
IV Marking codes for altering IVs of boxed Pokemon.
- Disclaimer: USE AT YOUR OWN RISK - To use, turn codes on (obviously). - Box whatever Pokemon you would like to have max IV values for. - Mark that Pokemon, or Pokemons. (Do be aware that the more Pokemon you mark, the higher the chances are that the game will crash on you). - Switch boxes. - Behold, your marked Pokemon(s) will have IV values of 31 - Un-mark - Save, rinse, repeat.
Here's the lowdown; the codes are exactly the same as in B2, only that about 3 values have been altered to change it to W2. (The B2 forum has codes posted already, so check there or look for the original stolen Pastebin Text on Google). Using all six at the same time works just fine. Marking more than about 10 Pokemon at a time can cause crashes, occasionally. You can even use these with other codes like 100% catch, IV/EV check, etc.
As far as Hidden Powers go; see that second to last row of hex decimal values with 1F in it?... 1F is hex dec for 31. So changing it to 1E makes it 30, and making it 1D or 1C would make it 29 or 28 (respectively). Understand? Altering it to 00 or 01, makes it 0 and 1 (respectively), giving you lowest values for Trick Room Pokemon, or Pokemon who hate confusion. To understand how these values determine Hidden Power types and strength, I encourage you to read the following articles, and educate yourselves! It frankly is far to involved for one topic post on GameFAQs, and the work has already been done.
http://www.smogon.com/dp/articles/hiddenpower_combos credit to Rising_Dusk, eric the espeon, et al.
http://www.smogon.com/bw/articles/technician_hidden_powers credit to Toothache
Also, I would like to give credit to the Paste bin creator that this was based from, but the original hacker is not credited anywhere in the document. Long live the mystery hacker.
Any other White 2 Pro Action Replay breakthroughs or helpful contributions would be immensely appreciated to the community.
(For the nay sayers, to put it into perspective, getting a Pokemon with a particular IV spread is (31rad) x 7. Yeah, good luck Mr. Boyscout.)
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