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Pokémon Storage System

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Markings: That's not exactly a "feature" (since you can't affect it), it's just part of the status screen. I don't know where it would go better, but the only question here should be confusion
A marking tool was introduced in the [[Generation III]] games, with [[Lanette]]'s Pokémon Storage System. This tool helps the player to organize their {{OBP|Pokémon|species}} within the Boxes, but is not necessary for game play. Each Pokémon can be marked with any combination of the different markings. Prior to {{game|Black and White|s|Pokémon Black 2 and White 2|2}}, this could be done only while the player was operating the Pokémon Storage System. In Generation III, there were four markings: ●, ■, ▲, and ♥. In [[Generation IV]], two more markings were introduced and the existing ones were reordered, making the full list ●, ▲, ■, ♥, ★ and ♦, in that order (this order was kept in all later generations). The markings appear in the Pokémon Storage System and on the Pokémon's [[Menu#Pokémon|summary screen]]. A Pokémon will keep its marking settings if traded to another Trainer.
 
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In tournament play that specifies Kalos-only Pokémon, the Kalos mark denotes legal Pokémon. Because certain Pokémon [[Undiscovered_(Egg_Group)|cannot be bred]] and are not found in Kalos, there is no legal way for them to have a Kalos mark.
 
It is currently unknown whether Pokemon caught in [[Pok%C3%A9mon_Omega_Ruby_and_Alpha_Sapphire|Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire]] will have the Kalos mark.
 
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