Pokémon Crimson/Crimson: Get exclusive Pokémon thanks to trade codes

You can finally get the Edition Exclusives by swapping codes.

You can finally get the Edition Exclusives by swapping codes.

As in actually all Pokémon generations, there are also pocket monsters for crimson and purple, which only appear exclusively in one of the two editions. If you want to get such a Pokémon in your edition, you have no choice but to trade it with your friends. But if they are not at all enthusiastic about the Pokémon franchise, you look into the tube. However, some Poké fans have come up with a solution for just such cases, so that everyone can get the Pokémon they want: exchange codes.

A list of all Crimson and Crimson exclusive Pokémon By the way, you can find it here:

Pokémon Crimson: All exclusive Pokémon in the list


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Pokémon Crimson/Crimson: All exclusive Pokémon in the list

Exchange even without friends

With this, among other things Youtuber Austin John developed a super handy system with trade codes that matches players who want to trade corresponding Pokémon. He assigned numbers to each Pokémon, which you then have to enter in the game to swap it.

Specifically, it works like this:

  • Open the menu with X
  • Select the PokéPortal
  • Select link exchange there

In this screen you can then enter a password, for this you use the corresponding code.

How the system works: Incidentally, the numbers assigned to the Pokémon are based on the Pokédex entries of the respective pocket monsters. For example, if you Felori against a Krokel If you want to swap, enter the following numbers: 0001-0004.

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A person who wants to make the reverse exchange inputs the same. This gives you the chance to find someone who will trade the corresponding Pokémon with you. Then, if you come across a Trainer with the same Pokémon, just leave the trade and try again.

Exchange codes at a glance

You can see the full list here, on the Twitter account of AustinJohn:

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A bit of luck is still necessary, of course, but the more players use these codes, the higher the probability that everyone will get the Pokémon they want. We also tried this code and it worked straight away.

So be sure to try the codes yourself and exchange what you can. Then let us know in the comments if it worked for you too.