ROM Hack WIP Pokémon Sword & Shield (v1.2.1) CFW/EMU Cheat Codes

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The opening thread posts are reserved for Sword and Shield v1.2.1 codes. The old thread was bombarded with requests for a new thread. I will try to keep these opening posts up-to-date as more UNIQUE Cheats become known to the public. (I will try my best to re-test as many codes shared with the public as possible to help ensure the codes here are legit!)

Codes for EVERYONE
The main thread will ONLY contain codes available for both versions of the games. Codes hunted for one version that don't have a working counterpart for the other game will not be in the main thread.

(While I understand the concept of Code Hunting (did so in the 90's for Pokemon Red & Blue.) The games are way more complex & personally I do not have the time to hunt for new codes.)


Switch Cheat Codes 101
On modern consoles (such as the Nintendo Switch) when you launch a game, the console will use as much memory as possible to store as much of the game as possible into memory. This allows for fast load times. The way cheat codes work on CFW Nintendo Switch is by pointing a specific areas of memory and editing the programing code.

A common cheat code example is code which prevents money in your virtual wallet from decreasing when spent in game at a shop. The game's programming normally determines the COST OF ITEM being purchased, then it subtracts it from your AMOUNT IN WALLET.

The programming would look something like:
"AMOUNT IN WALLET - COST OF ITEM"

If you were to edit that programming to skip reading the COST OF ITEM and just replaced it with the value 0, the math would subtract 0 from your AMOUNT IN WALLET thus making the item "free" with programing looking something like this:
"AMOUNT IN WALLET - 0"

There are two ways this programming can be made to the game. The first is with a Mod which is a permentant edit to the game. The second is with cheat codes which are temporary and have a data size limit (aka you can only make small changes.)

TLDR: To find cheat codes for the Nintendo Switch, a person needs to be able to understand programming enough to read the programming code language used to make the games (using special apps to read it.)

"Missing" Codes
The process of hunting codes is takes time (without being paid) so I want to send a HUGE shout out to @Falo. @Falo consistently has graced us with most of the codes players use EVERY day when a new version of the game comes out typically within a week. This is a massive undertaking.

There's need for more dedicated & experienced Code Hunters as the amount of codes being hunted with each new version is decreasing because time is money.

Let's stay on topic!

The following thread is ONLY for discussion and testing of Cheat Codes for using in CFW/EMU.
Please take any of the following topics to more appropriate threads on this forum site:
  • CFW Installation Tutorial/Help
  • CFW Troubleshooting
  • PKHeX (anything)
  • Code Hunting Tutorial/Help
There are plenty of other threads where this is already being discussed in detail.
ENJOY!
 
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Pokémon Sword
  • TitleID: 0100abf008968000
  • v1.2.1 BuildID: 157abfb96262aeb9

Overworld Codes
[9,999,999 Watts (v1.2.1)]
04100000 450611D8 0098967F

[Pickup/Unhold x999 Items (v1.2.1)]
04000000 013FDA6C D503201F
04000000 013FDA80 1A8B3168
04000000 013FDAB0 1A8A814A

[Wishing Piece dropped is Purple Beam (Hold R) (v1.2.1)]
04000000 01403224 B9400068
04000000 0140322C B9400068
80000080
04000000 01403224 52800048
04000000 0140322C 52800048
20000000
(* Note: This cheat allows you to bypass the game's limit of 1 Wishing Piece Beam per Wild Area. If you have multiple active, the Beam will only appear for the Den with the lowest value in the game's code.

[Active Den allows Wishing Piece Drop (Hold L) (v1.2.1)]
04000000 014032A4 39C1C900
80000040
04000000 014032A4 52800000
20000000

Nursey Codes
[Nursey Always Has Egg (v1.2.1)]
04000000 013DE884 D503201F
04000000 013DE9D4 D503201F

[Fast Egg Hatches (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00DB8874 52801FF8
04000000 00DB889C 52801FF8

[Fast Breeding (v1.2.1)]
04000000 013DE884 D503201F
04000000 013DE9D4 D503201F
04000000 00DB8874 52801FF8
04000000 00DB889C 52801FF8
(The "Fast Breeding" is just both the above codes together.)

In Battle Codes
[Catch Rolls = 100% (in Wild Battles Perfect Catch) (v1.2.1)]
04000000 0076CD98 529FFFE0
(* Note: The cheat only impacts the PokeBall shakes against wild grass/water. The "Overworld" Pokemon & Raid Pokemon require a different cheat.)

[Attacks Instant-KO (v1.2.1)]
04000000 008028C0 7900E808
04000000 008028C0 7900E81F
(* Note: The cheat will cause any Pokémon in battle to be KO'd by any damage.)

Encounter Specific Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon Codes (Part 1 - Activation)
[Always Encounter Master Code (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A20 18FFFE68
04000000 00770A4C 18FFFD01
04000000 00770A58 18FFFC81
04000000 00770B1C 18FFF680
04000000 00770B24 18FFF621
04000000 00770B80 18FFF360
04000000 00770B84 18FFF321
(* Note: This code alone is incomplete. There must be a code immediately after enabled in the Cheat file which sets the species of Pokemon to encounter.)

Encounter Specific Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon Codes (Part 2 - Species Selector)
[#0151 Mew (v1.2.1)]
08000000 007709E8 00000097 00000000

[#0251 Celebii (v1.2.1)]
08000000 007709E8 000000FB 00000000

[#0385 Jirachi (v1.2.1)]
08000000 007709E8 00000181 00000000

[#0647 Keldeo Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
08000000 007709E8 00000287 00000000

[#0801 Magearna (v1.2.1)]
08000000 007709E8 00000321 00000000

[#0801 Magearna (Original Color) (v1.2.1)]
08000000 007709E8 00000321 00000001

[#0802 Marshadow (v1.2.1)]
08000000 007709E8 00000322 00000000

[#0807 Zeraora (v1.2.1)]
08000000 007709E8 00000327 00000000

[#0808 Meltan (v1.2.1)]
08000000 007709E8 00000328 00000000

[#0809 Melmetal (v1.2.1)]
08000000 007709E8 00000329 00000000

[#0893 Zarude (v1.2.1)]
08000000 007709E8 0000037D 00000000

(* Note: This code alone is incomplete. There must be a code immediately prior enabled in the Cheat file which activates the encounter. The 3rd set of 8 charaters sets the species & the 4th set of numbers 8 charaters sets the form of the species if applicable.)

(New Encountered Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon) Shiny Codes
[Always Shiny Star Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 007702D4 1400003A
04000000 007702E4 14000036
04000000 00780E54 52000C29

[Always Shiny Square Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 007702D4 1400003A
04000000 007702E4 14000036
04000000 00780E54 2A0103E9

(New Encountered Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon) IV Codes (Custom)
[Always "Best" Hit Point (HP) IV Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770AD4 528003E1

[Always "Worst" Hit Point (HP) IV Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770AD4 528003E0

[Always "Best" Attack IV Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770AE0 528003E1

[Always "Worst" Attack IV Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770AE0 528003E0

[Always "Best" Defense IV Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770AEC 528003E1

[Always "Worst" Defense IV Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770AEC 528003E0

[Always "Best" Sp. Attack IV Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770AF8 528003E1

[Always "Worst" Sp. Attack IV Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770AF8 528003E0

[Always "Best" Sp. Defense IV Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770B04 528003E1

[Always "Worst" Sp. Defense IV Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770B04 528003E0

[Always "Best" Speed IV Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770B10 528003E1

[Always "Worst" Speed IV Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770B10 528003E0

(New Encountered Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon) IV Codes (Pre-Sets)
[Always 31/31/31/31/31/31 IVs Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770AD4 528003E1
04000000 00770AE0 528003E1
04000000 00770AEC 528003E1
04000000 00770AF8 528003E1
04000000 00770B04 528003E1
04000000 00770B10 528003E1

[Always 31/0/31/31/31/31 IVs Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770AD4 528003E1
04000000 00770AE0 528003E0
04000000 00770AEC 528003E1
04000000 00770AF8 528003E1
04000000 00770B04 528003E1
04000000 00770B10 528003E1

[Always 31/31/31/31/31/0 IVs Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770AD4 528003E1
04000000 00770AE0 528003E1
04000000 00770AEC 528003E1
04000000 00770AF8 528003E1
04000000 00770B04 528003E1
04000000 00770B10 528003E0

[Always 31/0/31/31/31/0 IVs Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770AD4 528003E1
04000000 00770AE0 528003E0
04000000 00770AEC 528003E1
04000000 00770AF8 528003E1
04000000 00770B04 528003E1
04000000 00770B10 528003E0

(New Encountered Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon) Gender Codes
[Always Female Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A88 52800021

[Always Male Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A88 52800001

[Always Genderless Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon(v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A88 52800041

[Always Default Gender Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A88 79406261

(* Note: These codes will create illegal Pokemon if used on a non-capitible Pokemon. ie. Male code on a Chansey.)

(New Encountered Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon) Nature Codes
[Always Adamant Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 52800061
04000000 00770A7C 52800061

[Always Bashful Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 52800241
04000000 00770A7C 52800241

[Always Bold Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 528000A1
04000000 00770A7C 528000A1

[Always Brave Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 52800041
04000000 00770A7C 52800041

[Always Calm Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 52800281
04000000 00770A7C 52800281

[Always Careful Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 528002E1
04000000 00770A7C 528002E1

[Always Docile Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 528000C1
04000000 00770A7C 528000C1

[Always Gentle Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 528002A1
04000000 00770A7C 528002A1

[Always Hardy Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 52800001
04000000 00770A7C 52800001

[Always Hasty Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 52800161
04000000 00770A7C 52800161

[Always Impish Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 52800101
04000000 00770A7C 52800101

[Always Jolly Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 528001A1
04000000 00770A7C 528001A1

[Always Lax Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 52800121
04000000 00770A7C 52800121

[Always Lonely Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 52800021
04000000 00770A7C 52800021

[Always Mild Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 52800201
04000000 00770A7C 52800201

[Always Modest Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 528001E1
04000000 00770A7C 528001E1

[Always Naive Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 528001C1
04000000 00770A7C 528001C1

[Always Naughty Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 52800081
04000000 00770A7C 52800081

[Always Quiet Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 52800221
04000000 00770A7C 52800221

[Always Quirky Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 52800301
04000000 00770A7C 52800301

[Always Rash Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 52800261
04000000 00770A7C 52800261

[Always Relaxed Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 528000E1
04000000 00770A7C 528000E1

[Always Sassy Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 528002C1
04000000 00770A7C 528002C1

[Always Serious Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 52800181
04000000 00770A7C 52800181

[Always Timid Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 52800141
04000000 00770A7C 52800141

(New Encountered Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon) Ability Codes
[Always 1ST Ability Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770B20 3940D262
04000000 00770B38 3940D268
04000000 00770B4C 3940D268
04000000 00770B60 3940D268
04000000 00770B20 52800002
04000000 00770B38 52800008
04000000 00770B4C 52800008
04000000 00770B60 52800008

[Always 2ND Ability Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770B20 3940D262
04000000 00770B38 3940D268
04000000 00770B4C 3940D268
04000000 00770B60 3940D268
04000000 00770B20 52800022
04000000 00770B38 52800028
04000000 00770B4C 52800028
04000000 00770B60 52800028

[Always Hidden Ability Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770B20 3940D262
04000000 00770B38 3940D268
04000000 00770B4C 3940D268
04000000 00770B60 3940D268
04000000 00770B20 52800042
04000000 00770B38 52800048
04000000 00770B4C 52800048
04000000 00770B60 52800048

(* Note: These codes will create illegal Pokemon if used on Pokemon without the corresponding amount of Abilities.)

Pokémon Shield
  • TitleID: 01008db008c2c000
  • v1.2.1 BuildID: 896900182175428b

Overworld Codes
[9,999,999 Watts (v1.2.1)]
04100000 450611D8 0098967F

[Pickup/Unhold x999 Items (v1.2.1)]
04000000 013FDA9C D503201F
04000000 013FDAB0 1A8B3168
04000000 013FDAE0 1A8A814A

[Wishing Piece dropped is Purple Beam (Hold R) (v1.2.1)]
04000000 01403254 B9400068
04000000 0140325C B9400068
80000080
04000000 01403254 52800048
04000000 0140325C 52800048
20000000
(* Note: This cheat allows you to bypass the game's limit of 1 Wishing Piece Beam per Wild Area. If you have multiple active, the Beam will only appear for the Den with the lowest value in the game's code.

[Active Den allows Wishing Piece Drop (Hold L) (v1.2.1)]
04000000 014032D4 39C1C900
80000040
04000000 014032D4 52800000
20000000

Nursey Codes
[Nursey Always Has Egg (v1.2.1)]
04000000 013DE8B4 D503201F
04000000 013DEA04 D503201F

[Fast Egg Hatches (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00DB88A4 52801FF8
04000000 00DB88CC 52801FF8

[Fast Breeding (v1.2.1)]
04000000 013DE8B4 D503201F
04000000 013DEA04 D503201F
04000000 00DB88A4 52801FF8
04000000 00DB88CC 52801FF8
(The "Fast Breeding" is just both the above codes together.)

In Battle Codes
[Catch Rolls = 100% (in Wild Battles Perfect Catch) (v1.2.1)]
04000000 0076CD98 529FFFE0
(* Note: The cheat only impacts the PokeBall shakes against wild grass/water. The "Overworld" Pokemon & Raid Pokemon require a different cheat.)

[Attacks Instant-KO (v1.2.1)]
04000000 008028C0 7900E808
04000000 008028C0 7900E81F
(* Note: The cheat will cause any Pokémon in battle to be KO'd by any damage.)

Encounter Specific Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon Codes (Part 1 - Activation)
[Always Encounter Master Code (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A20 18FFFE68
04000000 00770A4C 18FFFD01
04000000 00770A58 18FFFC81
04000000 00770B1C 18FFF680
04000000 00770B24 18FFF621
04000000 00770B80 18FFF360
04000000 00770B84 18FFF321
(* Note: This code alone is incomplete. There must be a code immediately after enabled in the Cheat file which sets the species of Pokemon to encounter.)

Encounter Specific Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon Codes (Part 2 - Species Selector)
[#0151 Mew (v1.2.1)]
08000000 007709E8 00000097 00000000

[#0251 Celebii (v1.2.1)]
08000000 007709E8 000000FB 00000000

[#0385 Jirachi (v1.2.1)]
08000000 007709E8 00000181 00000000

[#0647 Keldeo Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
08000000 007709E8 00000287 00000000

[#0801 Magearna (v1.2.1)]
08000000 007709E8 00000321 00000000

[#0801 Magearna (Original Color) (v1.2.1)]
08000000 007709E8 00000321 00000001

[#0802 Marshadow (v1.2.1)]
08000000 007709E8 00000322 00000000

[#0807 Zeraora (v1.2.1)]
08000000 007709E8 00000327 00000000

[#0808 Meltan (v1.2.1)]
08000000 007709E8 00000328 00000000

[#0809 Melmetal (v1.2.1)]
08000000 007709E8 00000329 00000000

[#0893 Zarude (v1.2.1)]
08000000 007709E8 0000037D 00000000

(* Note: This code alone is incomplete. There must be a code immediately prior enabled in the Cheat file which activates the encounter. The 3rd set of 8 charaters sets the species & the 4th set of numbers 8 charaters sets the form of the species if applicable.)

(New Encountered Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon) Shiny Codes
[Always Shiny Star Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 007702D4 1400003A
04000000 007702E4 14000036
04000000 00780E54 52000C29

[Always Shiny Square Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 007702D4 1400003A
04000000 007702E4 14000036
04000000 00780E54 2A0103E9

(New Encountered Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon) IV Codes (Custom)
[Always "Best" Hit Point (HP) IV Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770AD4 528003E1

[Always "Worst" Hit Point (HP) IV Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770AD4 528003E0

[Always "Best" Attack IV Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770AE0 528003E1

[Always "Worst" Attack IV Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770AE0 528003E0

[Always "Best" Defense IV Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770AEC 528003E1

[Always "Worst" Defense IV Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770AEC 528003E0

[Always "Best" Sp. Attack IV Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770AF8 528003E1

[Always "Worst" Sp. Attack IV Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770AF8 528003E0

[Always "Best" Sp. Defense IV Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770B04 528003E1

[Always "Worst" Sp. Defense IV Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770B04 528003E0

[Always "Best" Speed IV Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770B10 528003E1

[Always "Worst" Speed IV Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770B10 528003E0

(New Encountered Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon) IV Codes (Pre-Sets)
[Always 31/31/31/31/31/31 IVs Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770AD4 528003E1
04000000 00770AE0 528003E1
04000000 00770AEC 528003E1
04000000 00770AF8 528003E1
04000000 00770B04 528003E1
04000000 00770B10 528003E1

[Always 31/0/31/31/31/31 IVs Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770AD4 528003E1
04000000 00770AE0 528003E0
04000000 00770AEC 528003E1
04000000 00770AF8 528003E1
04000000 00770B04 528003E1
04000000 00770B10 528003E1

[Always 31/31/31/31/31/0 IVs Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770AD4 528003E1
04000000 00770AE0 528003E1
04000000 00770AEC 528003E1
04000000 00770AF8 528003E1
04000000 00770B04 528003E1
04000000 00770B10 528003E0

[Always 31/0/31/31/31/0 IVs Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770AD4 528003E1
04000000 00770AE0 528003E0
04000000 00770AEC 528003E1
04000000 00770AF8 528003E1
04000000 00770B04 528003E1
04000000 00770B10 528003E0

(New Encountered Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon) Gender Codes
[Always Female Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A88 52800021

[Always Male Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A88 52800001

[Always Genderless Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon(v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A88 52800041

[Always Default Gender Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A88 79406261

(* Note: These codes will create illegal Pokemon if used on a non-capitible Pokemon. ie. Male code on a Chansey.)

(New Encountered Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon) Nature Codes
[Always Adamant Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 52800061
04000000 00770A7C 52800061

[Always Bashful Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 52800241
04000000 00770A7C 52800241

[Always Bold Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 528000A1
04000000 00770A7C 528000A1

[Always Brave Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 52800041
04000000 00770A7C 52800041

[Always Calm Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 52800281
04000000 00770A7C 52800281

[Always Careful Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 528002E1
04000000 00770A7C 528002E1

[Always Docile Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 528000C1
04000000 00770A7C 528000C1

[Always Gentle Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 528002A1
04000000 00770A7C 528002A1

[Always Hardy Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 52800001
04000000 00770A7C 52800001

[Always Hasty Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 52800161
04000000 00770A7C 52800161

[Always Impish Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 52800101
04000000 00770A7C 52800101

[Always Jolly Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 528001A1
04000000 00770A7C 528001A1

[Always Lax Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 52800121
04000000 00770A7C 52800121

[Always Lonely Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 52800021
04000000 00770A7C 52800021

[Always Mild Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 52800201
04000000 00770A7C 52800201

[Always Modest Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 528001E1
04000000 00770A7C 528001E1

[Always Naive Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 528001C1
04000000 00770A7C 528001C1

[Always Naughty Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 52800081
04000000 00770A7C 52800081

[Always Quiet Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 52800221
04000000 00770A7C 52800221

[Always Quirky Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 52800301
04000000 00770A7C 52800301

[Always Rash Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 52800261
04000000 00770A7C 52800261

[Always Relaxed Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 528000E1
04000000 00770A7C 528000E1

[Always Sassy Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 528002C1
04000000 00770A7C 528002C1

[Always Serious Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 52800181
04000000 00770A7C 52800181

[Always Timid Nature Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770A70 79406661
04000000 00770A7C 79406661
04000000 00770A70 52800141
04000000 00770A7C 52800141

(New Encountered Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon) Ability Codes
[Always 1ST Ability Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770B20 3940D262
04000000 00770B38 3940D268
04000000 00770B4C 3940D268
04000000 00770B60 3940D268
04000000 00770B20 52800002
04000000 00770B38 52800008
04000000 00770B4C 52800008
04000000 00770B60 52800008

[Always 2ND Ability Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770B20 3940D262
04000000 00770B38 3940D268
04000000 00770B4C 3940D268
04000000 00770B60 3940D268
04000000 00770B20 52800022
04000000 00770B38 52800028
04000000 00770B4C 52800028
04000000 00770B60 52800028

[Always Hidden Ability Wild/Egg/Fossil Pokemon (v1.2.1)]
04000000 00770B20 3940D262
04000000 00770B38 3940D268
04000000 00770B4C 3940D268
04000000 00770B60 3940D268
04000000 00770B20 52800042
04000000 00770B38 52800048
04000000 00770B4C 52800048
04000000 00770B60 52800048

(* Note: These codes will create illegal Pokemon if used on Pokemon without the corresponding amount of Abilities.)
 
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@CrisFTW, the update from v1.2.0 to v1.2.1 is massive and changed a LOT of the game's code. In case you are not aware, the cheats Switch CFW uses are not cheats like in the days of Game Genie OR Game Shark where cheats would edit memory values. Cheats for the Switch work by editing the game's code, so, when the game's code changes those cheats tend not to work because the cheat is attempting to edit code that was in the same place as the previously working code used to be but is no longer.

While this thread is not the first in the series that I have created, it still stands independent from the all-encompassing thread you referrenced.

It serves as a spot for ONLY codes from a specific version. While this may not be of use to you (or of use to you now), I create these threads for two reasons:
  1. People appreciate being able to find codes for JUST the version they are on.
  2. As I have discovered with emulation of the 3DS, there's no guarantee of WHAT version of the game you will be playing on (let alone the newest.) So, this thread is here for people in the now and the future can EASILY search and find codes which work for the version they are on.
If you search the thread, you will find threads open for all the individual versions. GBATemp makes it hard to search on that MASSIVE 200+ page thread for codes for a specific version, which is why this thread exists.
 
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@Th3Alic3 Thank you for starting a new thread! @Falo I understand it will take some time to find more codes for this version, but if I may please request the code for the daycare lady to always have an egg be updated please and thank you for all of your hard work!
 

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I wish I knew how to find codes, I'd love to help. Been looking for instant hatch, nursery always has egg and walk through walls. Although no "walk through walls" ever came out for 1.2.0 so, not hopeful on that one.
 

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This isn't the right site for that.
This is definitely not the site for that kind of thing. That's more Reddit's kind of thing.

I'm a fan of these version-specific threads, thanks for what you do @Th3Alic3
You're welcome! I know there's people who appreciate not having shift through 100's of pages of a thread to find a single code.

No instant egg or quick hatch codes yet?

@ChicagoMel:
:yayswitch::yayswitch::yayswitch:
Nursey cheats tested and added to the list!
Overworld cheats tested and added to the list!
In-Battle cheats tested and added to the list!
:yayswitch::yayswitch::yayswitch:

You just need some patience.
 
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no "walk through walls" ever came out for 1.2.0.
The simple fact is that Sword & Shield came out about 9 months ago. It's kind of expected people using the cheats beat the story mode so cheat codes which serve no purpose once a player is post game are not a priority. For the most part, code hunters who have to re-hunt the codes every few months at this rate focus on the codes which are used pretty much every day someone is playing the game.
 

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The simple fact is that Sword & Shield came out about 9 months ago. It's kind of expected people using the cheats beat the story mode so cheat codes which serve no purpose once a player is post game are not a priority. For the most part, code hunters who have to re-hunt the codes every few months at this rate focus on the codes which are used pretty much every day someone is playing the game.
True, I found that the "walk though walls" code has a lot of potential even for people who have already beaten the game. To be able to skip through a lot of the story to grab some legit second versions of mons is very useful. Start a second or even a third save and be able to skip through had a lot of usefulness.
 

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True, I found that the "walk though walls" code has a lot of potential even for people who have already beaten the game. To be able to skip through a lot of the story to grab some legit second versions of mons is very useful. Start a second or even a third save and be able to skip through had a lot of usefulness.

Sorry to break this to you @Newwaverap but you have been taking the most time consuming approach to "save time" when it comes to playing on CFW Switch.

The only reason to replay through the game is to REPLAY it. There's no point to replaying the game if you just are going to skip over the game. There's no requirement to replay through the game to repeat 1-time events. To repeat the you simply use Checkpoint before the event.

I have Checkpoint back-ups for:
  • Eternatus encounter
  • Dogge encounter
  • About to receive Kubfu
Rather than taking an hour to tredge through a replay to re-encounter the Legendary Dogge with your "Walk Through Walls", it takes a minute with Checkpoint to reload the save file. (You might need a second playthough if you made the mistake of not creating the Checkpoint back-ups... but that's about it. You NEVER need to play through the game more than twice in that scenario.)
 
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Sorry to break this to you @Newwaverap but you have been taking the most time consuming approach to "save time" when it comes to playing on CFW Switch.

The only reason to replay through the game is to REPLAY it. There's no point to replaying the game if you just are going to skip over the game. There's no requirement to replay through the game to repeat 1-time events. To repeat the you simply use Checkpoint before the event.

I have Checkpoint back-ups for:
  • Eternatus encounter
  • Dogge encounter
  • About to receive Kubfu
Rather than taking an hour to tredge through a replay to re-encounter the Legendary Dogge with your "Walk Through Walls", it takes a minute with Checkpoint to reload the save file. (You might need a second playthough if you made the mistake of not creating the Checkpoint back-ups... but that's about it. You NEVER need to play through the game more than twice in that scenario.)
I appreciate the tips. I have some checkpoint saves for all the aforementioned mons. However I think I play the game a bit different than you, The "walk though walls" would have be very useful to me and others but I get that in the few scenarios you detailed it doesn't make sense, however those are not the scenarios I would use the code for. I also know it's not a code that will be searched/added since you don't feel it's useful and I get that. I appreciate all your work and all other code testers. Thank you, keep up the good work.
 

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Is there going to be a max money cheat for 1.2.1 and watts code?Also i see not all codes are updated for 1.2.1 im guessing that is being worked on?one last thing the ''[Catch Rolls = 100% (in Wild Battles Perfect Catch) (v1.2.0)]
04000000 0076CD98 529FFFE0
(* Note: The cheat only impacts the PokeBall shakes against wild grass/water. The "Overworld" Pokemon & Raid Pokemon require a different cheat.)'' is there going to be a cheat to 100% catch ANY pokemon in the overworld since i guess that code doesnt fully do that?Thank you for these awesome codes so far.
 
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