Can two Pokémon have the same ID number?

How is trainer ID determined?

Your Trainer ID and Secret ID is generated by the seed that is randomly generated when you start the game for the very first time. It is not defined by your name or gender. There is no possible way to change your IDs without restarting completely or using a save editor or cheating device.

What does Sid mean in Pokemon?

Knowing your SID (Secret ID) is a requirement if you want to RNG-abuse shiny Pokémon.

What is TID in Pokemon?

TID: Trainer ID. PID: Pokemon ID.

How do you find your Pokemon secret ID?

Rather, they are used to calculate the final ID number by using the following formula: IDfinal = IDtrainer + (IDsecret × 65536) . The last six digits of the resulting number are what is displayed when the Trainer Card is viewed.

Can trainers have shiny Pokemon?

Excluding trainers that always have shinies, yes a trainer can have a shiny Pokémon if and only if the Pokémon that they have are randomized. Most trainers in the games have a predetermined set of Pokémon and this won’t happen to them, but in certain cases, NPCs will have a random set of Pokémon.

What is secret ID Pokemon?

From Generation III onward, there is a second, secret ID number, different from the visible one. This number exists purely to make sure that even if two Trainers share the exact same name and gender and the exact same Trainer ID number, the game will still recognize their Pokémon as coming from different Trainers.

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What is a PID Pokemon?

PID in short stands for Pokémon Identification number, but is also referred to as the Personal ID number. This number is, under normal circumstances, randomly generated by the game and will decide several characteristics of a Pokémon, such as gender, nature and ability.

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