Re: Good, Funny, Annoying GTS Trades
I will never forget the moment when I cloned my Groudon in my Pokémon Emerald Version and put a clone on to the Global Trade Station, looking for a Chimchar. I owned a Torterra and an Empoleon at the time, so my impulsive yearning to obtain a Chimchar got the better of me. Plus, I knew I would get a Chimchar if I offered a Pokémon such as Groudon. The greatest part about it was that the Chimchar was from Japan!
But Pokémon Trainer Sarah is correct when she states that the players who use the Global Trade Station are very unyielding towards others in the sense that they want a level 100 Arceus for something as simple as a Lapras at level 42. What always gets me is when a Pokémon is nicknamed that of a different Pokémon (i.e. a Chikorita with the nickname "Sableye") and it's sprite shows up as the Pokémon it is nicknamed after...
And what was also mentioned earlier here is the fact that players can be banned from the Global Trade Station. Indeed, it is true that this can - and will - happen. About five years ago, I bore witness to a user on here whose save data was erased when attempting to perform the Global Trade Station cloning glitch in either their Pokémon Diamond Version or their Pokémon Pearl Version. The cloning process via the Global Trade Station is truly a matter of gambling one's own luck. One can look at it as a roulette game of sorts, for the outcome could keep you safe, but there is always the slight chance that you will come undone. That is why it is wise to either perform the cloning glitch as perfectly as possible or not perform it at all, especially if you are worried about your save data being erased.
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