I'm going to use arbitrary code execution to get Mew in emerald. Where can I find all possible IV spreads? Are there any 31/31/31/31/31/31?
No, but see next commentI am attempting this on a New Nintendo 3DS. Does this matter?
While going back to the home menu is sufficient, I'd recommend modifying the procedure slightly. Rather than booting the game at the end of the first timer, I'd suggest syncing your clock and EonTimer start times (like normal) then immediately boot the game while the first time is counting down. This will make the process (a) SR when the first timer ends, then (b) click continue from the main screen when the second ends. The 3ds can have a fluctuating/long boot time, and this should eliminate that variable. That said if you prefer to use the standard method as you have been, it works too.The guide says to "restart your DS" at one point. Do I need to turn off my system and turn it back on, or is going back to the Home Menu sufficient?
Doesn't matter, pick whichever date you like the best.When I enter the Seed 26030754 in Seed to Time, scores of options appear when I click "Generate". Are any Date / Time / Delay options superior to others? I am currently using:
Date 2022 / 01 / 01, Time 03 / 22 / 15, Delay 1854.
The only input that matters (technically) is the final one to start the game on the continue screen. Gen 4 requires accuracy to 1/60th of a second, so you'll need to act as close as you can to the timer to get your seed. Consistency is the real key tho. Any button presses you do in the meantime to get thru the load screen don't matter, so feel free to spam A to get to the final screen when you have to press A.How exact does my timing need to be (closing the Current Time page, starting the game) when I am using Eon Timer? 1 Second? 0.1 Seconds?
I rapidly press A and Start so that I can make it to the Load screen before the Eon Timer finishes; does pressing A and Start before the File Load screen appears do anything regarding the frame?
While going back to the home menu is sufficient, I'd recommend modifying the procedure slightly. Rather than booting the game at the end of the first timer, I'd suggest syncing your clock and EonTimer start times (like normal) then immediately boot the game while the first time is counting down.
If the IVs are different, then you are on a different seed and hit a different delay.Thank you so much for your reply, shiny finder! I adopted the changes to my process that you suggested.
I changed the spread I am aiming for to a Chimchar with a Jolly nature. After a couple tries at this, I got a Jolly Chimchar, but almost all of its IVs were off target. Is there anything I can learn from this regarding how close I am to my target seed or other factors? Or was obtaining the right nature just a coincidence?