Pokécheck - a fakegts stats recorder
Features & news
- We need help getting the translations up to date.
- You can now register your save file and use Pokécheck on public wifi and stop OT hijacking in your account options.
- Sprites have been updated with the new Black 2/White 2 contents.
- Check the IVs, EVs, PID, secret ID, hidden power type and power of your Pokémon and compare them with a base of commonly distributed hacks - learn more in the Frequently Asked Questions
- Check if your Pokémon is legal using our exclusive generation 5 legality analysis
- You can receive a copy of any of your pokemon holding a premier ("clone") ribbon. Pokécheck is not for creating hacked pokemon
- go to pokegts.us, or find yourself a nice distribution server.
- You can transfer your generation 4 Pokémon to generation 5 - no restrictions, no ribbon added.
- Show an exhaustive overview of a pokemon before trading it by linking to its page or export it to a .pkm files to use in ROMs or transfer to another save file
- Your pokemon are safe - they are never actually traded or deleted from your game. Happiness is not reset.
- When you connect to the fake GTS, your IP is saved for 24 hours to allow the script to find which pokemon you sent. During this delay, you can
create an account and claim these pokemon as your own to reuse or delete them later. After this delay, the IP address is deleted
but the pokemon is kept in the public database. To avoid cloning only claimed pokemon can be exported to .pkm
How to use Pokécheck
Pokécheck is compatible with all generation 4 and 5 games
0 users registered and 0 Pokémon were deposited or imported since January 2011
0 battle videos have been imported since January 2012
Have a look at Frequently Asked Questions if you have a problem.
Step 1. Set your primary DNS server to the address at the top of this page in the WFC settings.
Make sure to change the settings for the correct connection (under advanced settings if using WPA) and hit "Save Settings".
[DS / DS Lite]
[DSi / XL]
[3DS / LL / XL]
Step 2. Make a deposit request for the Pokémon you want to check. When asked for what Pokémon you're looking for, enter anything.
When you confirm the offer, the game will tell you your Pokémon can't be traded (but it has been recorded on Pokécheck).
If for any reason your Pokémon is accepted, you are on the official GTS and you didn't follow step one correctly, make sure
you're setting up the right connection (check advanced settings if using WPA).
This script can tell you if your ISP is blocking Pokécheck.
In generation 5, you should get error code 13266, if you get error 13267 instead please read the FAQ.
Repeat step 2 for every Pokémon you want to check. You can send as many as you want in one session.
Step 3. Check back this page to see the stats of your Pokémon.
You must connect with the same connection (i.e. IP address) as your DS for the script to find which Pokémon you sent.
If your Pokémon doesn't show up try accessing Pokécheck directly from your DS using the built-in DSi browser,
or create a Pokécheck account and see below how to register your save file.
How to send a Pokémon to your game
A Pokécheck account is required to download. Use the Queue for download, Queue for transfer and Clone on GTS buttons
to select the Pokémon to send to your game. As soon as you enter the GTS, you will receive the first Pokémon
in your download queue. To get the following ones, start a search for
anything on generation 5 or reconnect.
How to register your save file
If you can't see the Pokémon you deposited or don't get your queued Pokémon,
in most cases registering your save file will fix the problem.
Furthermore, claiming is no longer needed and you can protect your OT
or clone your own Pokémon (with restrictions detailed in the FAQ).
Start a GTS search for any Patrat (generation 5), Pidgey or Bidoof (generation 4).
You will get one result, copy down its 10-digit nickname
and 7 hexadecimal digit O.T. name and fill the registration form in
your account options to complete registration.
How to load a Battle Video on Pokécheck
Battle Videos are extremely useful to check the stats of Pokémon holding a gift ribbon or if your ISP is blocking the Pokécheck DNS.
You can record a video featuring the Pokémon to be checked at the Battle Subway, in Random Matchup mode or over Wi-Fi / Wireless.
Then, upload the video on Nintendo's server, even without setting up the Pokécheck DNS, at the GTS counter of any Pokémon Center.
Once the battle is uploaded, click on the Videos button in the search bar and enter its assigned number in the Video ID field.