@[member=SolarSailorEspeon716] yah I know, my point was that even with a brand new game fresh out of the box you can still pick up pokemon via the wonder card. You can DL a save files online that does not even have a game started but has picked up the wonder card. You just need to start a new game, play through to a mart to pick it up and then play through to a point where you can trade it off to a version you want it in, or maybe you want it for that save. just make sure your DS date is with in the range of the event so it makes the pokemon entirely legit.
This is what I did, had the wonder card but no save, started a new game, picked up Mewtwo at the mart so I was the OT and it matched my PID, still didnt listen to me.
Also I thought only your starter obeyed you regardless of level? Cuz Ive caught pokemon before that stoped listening to me when they accidently became too high of a level for the badges I had, and had to go beat the next gym leader so it would listen to me. Never really understood what the PID was for, but I know it has something to do with IV values or maybe its the other way aronud; iv values relyant on PID. For OT; original trainer, the randomly generated PID determines if you caught it originaly. PID is a trainer number or something like that and it is stamped on all pokemon you catch wo determine if you caught them or another trainer with the same name. Cuz if we both start a game and name our characters 'Red' they'll get different PIDs and that is how the game determines the True OT not through the trainer's name. There is like a 1 in 6billionSomething chance of two of the same PIDs being generated.
So do you know if its just your starter or any pokemon you catch that'll always listen to you no matter what?