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I've made a whole box of cloned shiny Entei with Powersaves, and I'm trying to Wonder Trade them. I've seen so many Pokemon like Shiny Arceus being traded onto WonderTrade, why won't this Entei?

The Entei is nicknamed "King Sacred" and is holding a Choice Scarf
Stats: 180, 134, 125, 124, 149
Ability: Pressure
Nature: Adamant
Ball: Premier Ball

  • Sacred Fire
  • Iron Head
  • Stone Edge
  • Bulldoze

I cloned all of them, and they're not trading away. When I attempt to trade them on Wonder Trade I get the message "COMMUNICATION FAILED"...


I also have another Shiny Entei that is Adamant, Pressure Ability, with Stats: 314, 208, 178, 197, 282

  • Extreme Speed
  • Howl
  • Flare Blitz
  • Crush Claw

Should I clone this one instead of King Sacred?

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    When you say IVs, do you actually mean stats? Because IVs range from 0 to 31. – Elise May 21 '15 at 1:02
  • You're also missing a stat with each Pokemon. Stats should be in the order HP, Atk, Def, SpA, SpD, Spe – Robotnik May 21 '15 at 1:04
  • It would also help if you told us it's Level, as this can be used along with the stats & Nature to calculate the IVs. – Robotnik May 21 '15 at 1:17
  • Arceus is shiny-locked, I strongly doubt that it can be wondertraded. – pinckerman May 21 '15 at 3:06
  • Level 50 for the first one, level 100 for the second – Anya Kat May 21 '15 at 18:55
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It's likely you are unable to trade it because you haven't properly set where the Pokemon was caught.

When Powersaving regular Pokemon, a lot of the time this doesn't matter as it can just be set to 'Hatched in <city>' or on some random route, but legendaries you need to be more careful when you set where they are 'caught'.

If your Entei is '6th Generation Born' (has the blue Pentagon in it's Summary Screen) then the only legal place that it is allowed to be caught is Trackless Forest.

You will need to build another one with it's catch location set to this if you wish to pass them through Wonder Trade.

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