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Pokémon Distribution Center
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Language English
Status Open
Run March - December 2013, February 16, 2015 - ongoing
Date opened March 2013
Creator Crystal Franks
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Mascot Aqua Mew
Website [1]

Pokémon Distribution Center, originally known as Pokémon GTS Distribution Center, is a fan site created by Crystal (aka "TheShinyMew") when she inspired some Pokémon GTS sites appear out of nowhere. On Valentine's Day 2016, Franks shuts down the event service, implying that she was obsessed with Pokémon Essentials and its custom scripts.

HistoryEdit

The website first appeared as a Weebly site on January 2013 before it was moved into Webs. On that version, it was named "Pokémon GTS Distribution Center" and was famous for distributing Pokémon via GTS from either PokéCheck or PokéCheats (formerly known as PokéStation). On March 2013, it was located in the website called Super Jump Punch!, which is on Webs.com.

On June 17, 2013, the site was redesigned to make more family-suitable and also added a warning on the first page that encourages users not to use programs (such as Firebug, "Save Page as/Save Website as" from internet menus and other HTML sources) were prohibited because Crystal fears that they considered cheating by finding a password in HTML source codes. Also added to this feature was an encrypted, input password which was activated by Javascript by any means.

As of December 12, 2013, the link to the site has been removed from the Super Jump Punch! website due to the fact there is no way to send the Pokémon back to X and Y via the distribution link unless PokéCheck has to complete the X and Y first.

On February 16, 2015, it made a brief re-opening, this time under the name of "Pokémon Distribution Center", although it no longer uses the GTS server and was instead a QR Code distribution as well as a file download. It was currently located at the Magic City website.