View Full Version : Eon Ticket without e-Card or Hacking

July 15th, 2009, 9:08 PM
If you've ever read my blog you would've noticed I had success getting an Eon Ticket without the e-Card or via hacking (http://www.pokecommunity.com/blog.php?b=1041). Well, I made a video today demonstrating what I did. This video assumes you know how to use the basic functions of a slot-1 flashcart.

NOTE: I do not condone or support piracy in any way.


Any questions? xD

July 16th, 2009, 12:24 AM
That is technically hacking, since you're using an external device to modify game data. You're just hacking the e-Reader, rather than your Pokémon game.
If you really don't want to try finding an Eon Ticket card, and have an e-Reader already, use this instead:
Print off the code on a high-resolution printer (at around 600 DPI), and pass that through the e-Reader (it might be easier if you attach it to some card). I haven't tested it, since I don't have an e-Reader, but it should let you get the Eon Ticket.

July 16th, 2009, 2:48 AM
I wouldn't exactly call it hacking the e-Reader. Thanks for that. I might try it out later.

July 18th, 2009, 1:30 AM
It is hacking; you're using a slot-1 flash cart, i.e. an external device, to modify the game data. I can't see how somebody would think that's not hacking. Just because it's not a game cartridge doesn't mean it can't be hacked.

EDIT: I also commented on your blog, without realising it was several months old :\ I think I have some valid points, though.

July 18th, 2009, 8:43 AM
I just found a whole heap of e-Card dumps (including the eon ticket and i think every Pokemon battle e card) on the internet so I could try getting the eon ticket with a fake eon ticket card. I also have all the necessary equipment and programs to make the fake cards. What I read on the site was you should print the codes off with photo paper and at 1200 resolution.

I'll see what i can do and post back asap.

Also It is debatable on how you say that you did not hack your game in order to get the eon card, you just used a file that contained the cards data on it and transferred it to the E-reader. But then at the same time there had to be some sort of coding in the application you used so that the e-reader and your Slot 1 device communicated with each other, so technically that would be classed as hacking.

(lol 50th post -.-)

January 30th, 2013, 10:15 AM
so if i take an image of the ticket offline, and made it to the same size of, say, a standard pokemon card, and passed them through the ereader, it should work?

January 30th, 2013, 12:12 PM
Honey, this thread ain't been posted in since 2009. Don't post in threads over a month old.