→Hacked or not?
"Solar Dragon", are you saying pokemon legitimately-obtained, then modified/edited are considered "hacked?" If what you say is true, this may cause a big, unfair problem for everyone. Edited, seemingly-legit pokemon can be deposited into the GTS, correct? And there's no way to tell if they're modified or not (or is there?). One could get banned for something that isn't his/her fault. [[User:DuelKING|DuelKING]] ([[User talk:DuelKING|talk]]) 20:41, 6 February 2014 (UTC)DuelKING[[User:DuelKING|DuelKING]] ([[User talk:DuelKING|talk]]) 20:41, 6 February 2014 (UTC)
:DuelKING, while we are not sure quite what the Transporter uses to determine if a Pokémon is valid or not, there are two things that we can say for certain. First, the GTS seems to be more lax. Just because something fails the Transporter's test doesn't mean it won't appear on the GTS. Second, there is ''no ban'' involved. If you had read what both myself and Ditto51 wrote, we have both confirmed that if a Pokémon fails the Transporter's tests, it will stay in the Gen V game. It will not disappear, and the player will not be penalzed n any way other than that the Pokémon cannot be sent to their Gen VI game. [[User:Schiffy|<span style="color:DarkGreen">Schiffy (瀬藤健二)</span>]] ([[User talk:Schiffy|Talk]] [[Special:Contributions/Schiffy|Contribs]]) <span style="cursor:help;" title="This is when my words were heard">21:08,2/6/2014 (UTC)</span>
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