My brother bought me GBA pokemon games off of ebay as my christmas present and I finally checked out their save files today and the Ruby I got was interesting.
It had the national pokedex, but had no non-hoenn pokemon registered (I think), had a cheated jirachi in the PC box, and seemed to be mysteriously lacking Groudon (which was registered as caught), however, it did have a Rayquaza and a Latios
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I just found out that Tyranitar apparently has a unique dex entry in FireRed. This fact is only listed on Bulbapedia (which might have a lot of errors in its pokedex sections given that serebii and pokemondb tend to disagree). I had to search up an obscure video of someone physically going through the nationaldex on a physical copy of FireRed to confirm if this entry even existed
I now question the accuracy of reported pokedex entries on serebii and pokemondb, and have no idea how to move forward with this information
while this spreadsheet is still a little bit of a work in progress and will certainly not appeal to many people, I think of it as interesting
I made a sheet that shows off the game of origin for every single pokedex entry for every pokemon in the main games (and GO, because why not)
A gay cutie who likes to make charts about overpowered creatures
I'm also writing a fantasy story, but that's less important
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