Events are listed in general chronological order, with similar events being grouped together (ie, Japanese Pokémon Sunday events, PBR, or different distributions of the English Regigigas are listed together, rather than being separated).
Dates are noted in US format (ie, mm/dd/yyyy)
Event items can be found at the end of each section.
Detailed information is displayed in each entry, and you can view a full image of the Wonder Card (and in some cases, distribution images) by clicking on the small card icon in each entry.
Items that a player is not normally able to obtain, Abilities that a Pokémon is not normally able to have, and moves that a Pokémon normally can’t learn are all marked in red text.
Moves that a Pokémon can learn at a higher level are marked in blue text.
Moves that a Pokémon could learn via Egg Moves, TMs, or methods in previous generations are marked in green text.
Generation V events are in pgf file format which contains the card and the corresponding gift.
Generation IV events files are in pcd format (for the Wonder Card) and pgt format (for the gift itself).
You can use Pokegen to insert the files into your game’s sav file directly, or generate AR codes.
It is not recommended to use Pokesav (Japanese OR translated versions) for non-Japanese games and events as it has many errors in handling some special characters outside of the Japanese character set.
The Generation V event sections are complete, but always growing.
The Generation IV event sections are complete, but with some files not yet contributed.
A section for English and Japanese Dream World events has also been added.
A section for Pokémon obtained in My Pokémon Ranch has also been added.
A section for Japanese Pokémon obtained in Pokémon Dream Radar has also been added.
The next step will be Gen IV pkm files such as the Pokémon sets from Colosseum and XD, and then Gen III events (in Gen IV Pal Parked pkm format).