If someone was to hack an Axew and then breed it with a ditto... When checked, would the new Axew be seen as hacked as well?
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#2gopack24Posted 6/28/2012 12:27:18 PM
Nope. --- INDIA ICC WORLD CUP 2011 CHAMPIONS IND 277/4 BEAT SL 274/6 by 6 wickets ARSENE WENGER'S RED ARMY
#3ultimateluigi98Posted 6/28/2012 12:27:27 PM
I don't think so, but I'd get rid of the hacked Axew afterwards to be sure. --- "Micaiah: Ah, right. General Ike, the hero of the Mad King's war, the savior of Crimea, and the blower of Sothe's trumpet."-RoyalPersonGuy: FC@Quote
#4FouCapitanPosted 6/28/2012 1:39:16 PM
No, even if born to hacked parents the egg will be subject to the games normal RNGs and be completely legitimate once received. --- Killing means never having to say you're sorry.
#5Chaos GenesisPosted 6/28/2012 2:29:21 PM
No, even if born to hacked parents the egg will be subject to the games normal RNGs and be completely legitimate once received.
Legitimate is ALWAYS a matter of opinion when it comes to hacking. Some people might see it as illegitimate because, while subject to the game's RNG, it IS getting its stats from a hacked Pokémon, so there IS a forced, cheated element to it.
Legally, however, it would pass with flying colours. --- PKMN Black: 0046 2092 6229 | SSBB: 4253-3152-9910 http://gpxplus.net/user/Spades+Slick/
#6zach12_2Posted 6/28/2012 2:30:45 PM
Not detectable assuming the egg moves it inherited are a valid combination.
Also, a good hack is undetectable too.... --- The arguing that occurs on the internet is simply the natural state of humanity in a world where stupid people and clever people are allowed to communicate.