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Slo Migs
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posted 05-17-2000 12:58 AM      Profile for Slo Migs   Author's Homepage   Email Slo Migs   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
I wonder, is it possible to use a GS to unevolve a pokemon? Like, I've got a level 100 Charizard for example (from my newbie days) and I never use him in Prime cup. But I was looking at Charmander's movelist and it turns out that he can learn Dragon Rage. So I was thinking of using him in the Pika Cup. I know how to erase experience pts so that they lose levels, but even a level 1 Charizard is still a Charizard. This isn't a big deal or anything, it'd just be interesting to know how to do it, if possible.

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JHExeggutor
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posted 05-21-2000 05:25 AM      Profile for JHExeggutor   Author's Homepage   Email JHExeggutor   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Well, there are codes to change what that pokemon is, and what their levels are, but you can't play Charizard in the Pika Cup.

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