View Full Version : Unlikely Bad Eggs?!

February 28th, 2008, 10:53 AM
I have PBR and a Pearl version of pokemon. I have beated the elite four and everything, and trained my pokemon up as honest as possible. When I got together the perfect EV trained team, I transferred them onto my Wii, eager to fight. Two of my pokemon--Gengar and Garchomp were bad eggs. I didn't get them from trades, or anything. I caught them and trained them myself. This wasn't the first Gengar that ended up being a bad egg. I had another Gengar, which also had max attack, and caught and trained by me. I got rid of it too, after it turned out being a bad egg.
***Hasn't this happened to you before?
***What standards did nintendo program into the game to consider a pokemon to be a bad egg?
***I got my Pearl when it first came out, so no one hasn't did action replay on it, or anything before.

February 28th, 2008, 12:10 PM
Well, to say the least, the PBR hack filter isn't very good. Maxed attack IV? It probably thinks 'Ooh look, a maxed IV, it's hacked', so... don't COMPLETELY train up your gengar, just leave the IV by ONE.
I have never had a bad egg before, and I'm making a guess, but I hope it seems logical to you.

March 2nd, 2008, 9:45 AM
it is a glitch in PBR, I saw a bad egg at a GameStop Tourney