I just hit my seed, pick up the egg, go to Victory Road to confirm I hit the seed, then go to Skyarrow Bridge and ride back and forth till it hatches. Based on the nature, the ability, the gender, and if necessary which IVs were inherited (You can sort of figure it out most of the time), you find which frame of the ones 40-60 it was. Then you repeat and do the number of advances to get to your target frame.
oh well the vid said that it is usually right but someteimea it can screw up
ur method though? i wanna know more lol
so i hit my seed, and look at wat frame i landed in? so if i landed on 50 and im trying to hit 75, i'd have to first confirm that im hitting frame 50 and once i do so, i would move look at chatots summary screen 25 times?
Well, maybe that's how it works now. You used to have to hit your seed once just to find where you were between frame 40 and frame 60. Then you hit it again and did the number of advances to get from where you were to where your target frame is.
I don't know how RNG reporter can find what the starting frame is by itself unless by knowing the starting time of the seed it also knows where every random NPC in Route 3 and figures out where you are frame-wise... Well, if it works, it works.
and yea i did put the full seed in "seed (hex)" in the main rng window. ok i'll search for one right now and get back to you if im still having problems.
i was just watchign bearsfan video and he said that the number you get from clicking on calculate initial pidrng frame is the number you have to subtract from the frame (number) you pick after you hit generate in the main rng window
That's just for your IVs. You have a separate RNG for getting the right nature, ability, gender, and shininess. You need to put one of the seeds you get from Time Finder in RNG Reporter's "Seed" box. After hitting "Generate," you need to scroll down PAST frame 60 and find a frame that has the right nature AND the right inherited IVs. So if you searched for /x/x/x/31/31/31 in Time Finder, and you want a perfect offspring, and you have a perfect father, for example, you want to find one that says /Ma/Ma/Ma/x/x/x