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Why is it not recommended to breed hacked Pokémons you got through codes ?

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Hello!

I've been wondering since a while: while searching for codes to catch Charizard in the wild (I do it on Emulator, I am curious to the extreme XD) they say:
"Warning: Breed at your own risks!" or "Do not breed." or this kind of stuff.
I do not understand why, and what would happen if I were to breed them. Can someone help me ?
Thanks :)

asked Jan 11 by RecreativeReshiram
retagged Jan 11
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The breeding of two hacked Pokemon was said to create a 'bad egg.' Basically, all the way up too BW and perhaps XY, breeding a hacked Pokemon caused this strange egg named Bad Egg. To skip the supposed details, when this egg hatched, the game would crash or break permanently. So these hacked eggs are warned not to hatched, however, often you could not actually deposit or be rid of them, so you had no choice. so instead, you were warned to not breed them at all.

answered Jan 11 by ReadyAimFire
selected Jan 11 by RecreativeReshiram
Thanks :)
And welcome back :D