Wouldnt pokemon that have different types be a problem, like all the pokemon that are gaining the fairy type, there code would be different in the gen 5 games than in gen 6 so i would think transfering them would be a difficult task? Plus they are introducing something called "Super Training" so maybe this will be a way to maximize EVs/IVs. Also i still don't really understand how if a pokemon is perfectly legal, why is it a problem if was hacked? I understand it's cheating, but not everyone has the amount of time it takes to EV/IV up 1 pokemon with the right nature and ability. If people want to hack in pokemon to make there game esier, who cares, if there having fun isnt that whats immportant? I start new games all the time, and i don't always want to start with the starters provided, so I hack in a different starter. Another thing with White 2, i wanted challenge mode from the start, and there were only two ways I could get that before starting the game, either find someone with black 2 that has beaten the E4 thatcan give me the code, which would take time since the few friends i have the do play pokemon arent jsut gonna free up time in there schedules to give me a pokemon code, or i can just AR it in, which is 100 times faster and esier.
I'm not trying to support or protect Hacking, i'm just tired of people getting so angry that people do it. If it doesnt hurt you, why should you even care if someone hacks or not?
Wouldnt pokemon that have different types be a problem, like all the pokemon that are gaining the fairy type, there code would be different in the gen 5 games than in gen 6 so i would think transfering them would be a difficult task?
Not at all. I'd imagine the pokemon itself only retains data on what species it actually is, so its type only matters when its being read by the game.