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Changing glitch block (Japanese version)

Go to the fifth city and Surf on the route that has a sign on the water. Next to it is a glitched block. Swim back and forth and it will change.

Pokemon that cannot be captured

203. Bulbasaur
204. Ivysaur
205. Venusaur
206. Charmander
207. Charmeleon
208. Charizard
209. Squirtle
210. Wartortle
211. Blastoise
212. Caterpie
213. Metapod
214. Butterfree
215. Weedle
216. Kakuna
217. Beedrill
218. Pidgey
219. Pidgeotto
220. Pidgeot
221. Rattata
222. Raticate
223. Spearow
224. Fearow
225. Ekans
226. Arbok
227. Nidoran (F)
228. Nidorina
229. Nidoqueen
230. Nidoran (M)
231. Nidorino
232. Nidoking
233. Clefairy
234. Clefable
235. Paras
236. Parasect
237. Venonat
238. Venomoth
239. Diglett
240. Dugtrio
241. Meowth
242. Persian
243. Mankey
244. Primeape
245. Growlithe
246. Arcanine
247. Poliwag
248. Poliwhirl
249. Poliwrath
250. Bellsprout
251. Weepinbell
252. Victreebel
253. Ponyta
254. Rapidash
255. Slowpoke
256. Slowbro
257. Farfetch'd
258. Seel
259. Dewgong
260. Shellder
261. Cloyster
262. Gastly
263. Haunter
264. Gengar
265. Onix
266. Drowzee
267. Hypno
268. Krabby
269. Kingler
270. Exeggcute
271. Exeggutor
272. Cubone
273. Marowak
274. Hitmonlee
275. Hitmonchan
276. Lickitung
277. Chansey
278. Tangela
279. Kangaskhan
280. Mr. Mime
281. Scyther
282. Jynx
283. Electabuzz
284. Magmar
285. Tauros
286. Lapras
287. Ditto
288. Eevee
289. Vaporeon
290. Jolteon
291. Flareon
292. Porygon
293. Omanyte
294. Omastar
295. Kabuto
296. Kabutops
297. Aerodactyl
298. Snorlax
299. Articuno
300. Zapdos
301. Moltres
302. Dratini
303. Dragonair
304. Dragonite
305. Mewtwo
306. Mew
307. Chikorita
308. Bayleef
309. Meganium
310. Cyndaquil
311. Quilava
312. Typhlosion
313. Totodile
314. Croconaw
315. Feraligatr
316. Sentret
317. Furret
318. Hoothoot
319. Noctowl
320. Ledyba
321. Ledian
322. Spinarak
323. Ariados
324. Cleffa
325. Togepi
326. Togetic
327. Mareep
328. Flaaffy
329. Ampharos
330. Sudowoodo
331. Politoed
332. Hoppip
333. Skiploom
334. Jumpluff
335. Aipom
336. Sunkern
337. Sunflora
338. Yanma
339. Wooper
340. Quagsire
341. Espeon
342. Umbreon
343. Murkrow
344. Slowking
345. Misdreavus
346. Unown
347. Pineco
348. Forretress
349. Dunsparce
350. Gligar
351. Steelix
352. Snubbull
353. Granbull
354. Qwilfish
355. Scizor
356. Shuckle
357. Sneasel
358. Teddiursa
359. Ursaring
360. Swinub
361. Piloswine
362. Remoraid
363. Octillery
364. Delibird
365. Mantine
366. Houndour
367. Houndoom
368. Porygon2
369. Stantler
370. Smeargle
371. Tyrogue
372. Hitmontop
373. Smoochum
374. Elekid
375. Magby
376. Miltank
377. Blissey
378. Raikou
379. Entei
380. Suicune
381. Larvitar
382. Pupitar
383. Tyranitar
384. Lugia
385. Ho-oh
386. Celebi

HM list

HM 01 (Cut): Cuts down small bushes. Found inside the house to the left of the Pokemon Center in Kanazumi City.
HM 02 (Fly): Can fly to cities: Found in the town with the sixth Gym.
HM 03 (Surf): Can Swim. Found in the house left of the fourth Gym.
HM 04 (Strength): Allows you to push some rocks. Found in the town with fourth Gym.
HM 05 (Flash) Lights up dark areas. Found in the cave on the island with the second Badge.
HM 06 (Rock Smash): Smashes some rocks: Found in the house to the left of the third Gym.
HM 07 (Waterfall) Allows you to climb waterfalls. Found in the cave with the Legendary Pokemon in Rune.
HM 08 (Dive): Allows you to submerge under the ocean. Found in Tokusane City after beating the seventh Gym.

Poke-Navi

This is a useful item with multiple functions.

Map: This will display a map of Houen. You can move the pointer with the D-pad and can also press A to zoom in.
Poke-Info: This will display information about your Pokemon stats. These may show how much of a chance your Pokemon has of winning a Pokemon Contest. These can be raised with Poroks (the berries).
Trainer-Dex: This will show information on all of the trainers you have fought.
Hall Of Fame: After defeating the Elite 4, you can see your Pokemon that defeated them in the Hall of Fame.

Gym tactics

First, try using Kyamome or a Water/Grass starter. Then, try Water/Fire starter Grass at level 20 to 25. Finally, try Sandshrew with lots of Ground attack.

Recommended starting Pokemon

The best type of starting Pokemon (in order) are: Water, Grass, and Fire.

Pokemon Contest

In Pokemon Contest houses, you may enter your Pokemon into a contest for a chance to win a medal. However if you enter without any Porok level ups, you will have a very low chance of winning. The way to raise this is to go out and find the trees with berries on them, then press A. You will then receive 1 to 4 berries. If you now go to a Pokemon House, you will see small gray machines on the right. The empty one on the top is for multi-player. For now, find a house in a city that only has a man at the bottom. Go to the other side of the machine and press A. You will then be asked to pick a Porok (berry) and throw it in. The spinner will come down and start moving. The objective is to press A just when the spinner hits your arrow:

Circle Within A Circle: Direct hit (much faster)
Circle: Near hit (slightly faster)
X: Miss (slower )

The faster you (and your opponent) get the spinner moving, the better. Once the meter at the top hits the end, it is over and the results and the fastest RPM the spinner was moving will appear. You will then receive a Blended Porok. The level of it depends on how fast you got the machine going. The average appears to be 11. Next, open your Special Items Pocket and go to your "Pez dispenser" type item (which you must have to play the game -- it is obtained from the girl in the first contest house). You will then pick a Blended Porok and feed it to a pet, making one of his Pokemon Contest stats (viewable in the Poke-Navi) go up. Some can even raise multiple stats. The more you do this, the better chance you have of winning.

Watch TV For Hints

Watch television to see commercials advertising bargains and the like. Here are some occurences to keep your eyes peeled for:
A commercial for the Mauville Game Corner. When it plays, head over there for increased prizes.
A commercial for the Lilycove Department Store. Get a discount after you see the commercial.
Pokemon sighting information. When the TV tells you a specific Pokemon is spotted, go to that location to find the monster in question.
A commercial for the Slateport City energy guy. Go to him to get energy items at a reduced price.

Battle Tower Prizes

Complete tasks in the Battle Tower to earn the following prizes:

1-5 Victories:

Calcium
Carbos
HP Up
Iron
Protein
Zinc

6 or more Victories:

Bright Powder
Choice Band
Focus Band
King's Rock
Leftovers
Mental Herb
Quick Claw
Scope Lens
White Herb

50 Victories in a row:

Award Ribbon
Silver Shield

100 Victories in a row:
Gold Shield

Shedinja

This Pokemon is very easy to obtain, but is quite good. It is the only Bug and Ghost type Pokemon. It has 1 HP no matter how high its level, but its special power Wonder Guard makes it almost invincible. Wonder Guard protects against all attacks except for those that are super effective. For example, Bug is weak against Flying types; if someone uses a Flying type move on Shedinja, it is going to get hit. To get Shedinja, you will need a Nincada. You can catch one on Route 116. Make sure you have a free slot for a new Pokemon (Shedinja). That means you can have only five Pokemon, including Nincada. Make sure you have at least one of the type of Pokeball you used to catch Nincada with. For example, if you caught Nincada with a Great Ball, make sure you have at least one Great Ball. Get it to evolve at level 20 into a Ninjask and learns three new moves. Once you are back out to the normal screen, go to your Pokemon. You will see that you just got another Pokemon, Shedinja.

Sharpedo

Once you are able to track down Sharpedo in your Pokedex, do whatever is necessary to capture it. It is an excellent Water/Dark Pokemon that already knows Crunch, Dark's most powerful attack. His speed is incredible and will be of great use later in the game.

Regis

Use the following steps to capture the three mysterious Pokemon called the Regis. Go to the southeast part of Route 134 and dive into the water. It is difficult to get to due to the currents, and it is the only deep part of that route. You will find a cave. At a part of the cave, there are some Braille writing on the wall. At that point, float to the top of the water, where you will end up in a cavern. Go into the last room by going forward, use Dig, and in the next room you must do something strange. Put a Relicanth in the front of your party, and a Wailord at the last place. Walk to the top of the room and read the Brail . You will trigger an earthquake, which will unlock the Regis. You can fish up a Wailmer to evolve at level 40 at Route 122, and find a Relicanth outside Sootopolis in the underwater grass (rarely, but it is there).

Registeel
To find Registeel, you can access a volcano in the southwest region of Route 120. Enter it, then move towards the center of the room. Use Fly to find Registeel.

Note: The Braille writing for catching Registeel is: "With new time, hope and love, aim to the sky in the middle".

Regirock
To find Regirock, fly to lavaridge, bop down the mountain, and enter the desert. In the southern part of the desert, you will find a cavern. Enter it, then walk up to the center tile at the top of the room. Go two steps down and two steps right. Use strength to open the passage to Regirock.

Note: The Braille writing for catching Regirock is: "Right, right, down, down. Then, use strength".

Regice
To find Regice, in Route 105, there is an island on the west side that has a mountain on it. Go there, enter, and stand in front of the tile. Press A, read it, press A again, and do not do anything else. The door will open after 2 or so minutes, and the last Regi is yours.

Note: The Braille writing for catching Regice is : "Stop and wait. Wait for time to pass twice".

Rayquaza

Go to Pacifldog Town. Then, surf to the east to Route 131 until you pass the boy and girl facing each other, that are separate. You will see an opening between some rocks. Go there and surf west. Keep going and you will see a cave opening. Go through it and enter the building. Go to the top of the building to find Rayquaza. Note: On the second and fourth floors, to pass the cracks you will need get the Mach bike to go at full speed.

Note: You need to beat the champion for Sky Pillar to be reachable.

Ralts

To catch Ralts, a Psychic type Pokemon, early in the game, go into the grass directly outside of Petelsburg. You must have a positive disposition to encounter this Pokemon, which means your Pokemon must be attracted to you. This early in the game, it is almost impossible for them to really like you. It is weak at first, but a powerful Psychic type Pokemon can be very useful later in the game. Found in Route 102.

Pikachu and Pinsir

Found in the Safari Zone.

Pelliper

Other than by evolution, it can be found in Slateport, Pacifidlog, Evergrande, Mossdeep, Lilycove, Dewford, Routes 103,105 through 109, 110, 115, 118, 119, 121 through 123, and 124 through 134.

Mudkip

Mudkip is a Water type Pokemon. You can get it as a starter. Mudkip evolves in to Marshtomp at level 16 and it is a Water/Ground type Pokemon. Marshtomp evolves later at level 36 to Swampert, a Water/Ground type.

One of the best moves are Mud Shot, Earthquake, Blizzard, and Surf. Note: When you get Muddy Water, replace Water Gun with it. Then, when you get Surf, replace Muddy Water with it.

Mew

Mew is the only Pokemon that can learn all TMs and HMs. He can only be caught through a GameShark or CodeBreaker code.

Minun and Plusle

Found on Route 110.

Milotic

This is a great Pokemon to have. It is a Water type which learns some Dragon moves and eventually Recover. Feebas does not evolve into Milotic they way a normal Pokemon does. To get Feebas to evolve, you must increase the beauty of it. To increase the beauty, it is best to use Indigo and Liteblue Pokeblocks. Save some Corn and Aguav Berries to make Pokeblocks with. Feed Feebas a number of Pokeblocks until its beauty is nearly at maximum. The next time Feebas grows another level, it will evolve into Milotic.

Magneton

Other than by evolution, it can be found in New Mauville.

Magikarp

Magikarp can only be caught with an Old Rod.

Koffing

Found in the Fiery Path. It may be a shiny version.

Illumise and Volbeat

Found on Route 117 only.

Heracross

Found in the Safari Zone.

Groudon

To find Groudon, go to the Cave Of Origin in Sootopolis City. It will be on Level 45 when you catch it. Groudon is a Ground type. Its ability is Drought and it summons Sunlight in battle. Its attacks are Slash: (Power 70, Accuracy 100), Bulk Up (Power -, Accuracy -), Earthquake (Power 100, Accuracy100), and Fire Blast (Power120, Accuracy 85). You can only find Groundon in Pokemon Ruby.

Grimer

Found in the Fiery Path.

Gorebyss and Huntail

Get the scanner in the abandoned ship. Then, go to Slateport City. Go to the where the ferry is located and give the scanner to Mr. Stern. He will ask you to trade for his Deepseascale and the Deepsea Tooth. Choose either one of them, then give it to a Clamperl. This will raise its stats and allow it to evolve when traded. To get Gorebyss, give Clamperl the Deepseascale then trade it to a friend with a link cable. Then, have them trade it back to get Gorebyss. To get Huntail. give Clamperl the Deepseatooth and do the same thing.

Golduck

Other than by evolution, it can be found in the Safari Zone.

Feebas

Feebas can only be found on Route 119, and is very hard to find. Feebas only appears in six tiles on the route. The tiles are random, depending on the popular phrase you used in Dewford. Catching this Pokemon requires a lot of time and patience. However, when evolved into Milotic this Pokemon is very useful. To capture Feebas try using "Mudkip Ball" as your popular phrase in Dewford. Later it turns to "Natural Flowers". Wait until "Natural Flowers" is the popular phrase or attempt to change it yourself. To find Feebas, get to Route 119. Start at the bottom and move north. Stop at the first little lake, immediately after the large patch of tall grass, and go as far left on the lake shore as you can. Surf, move one tile north, and fish with a Super Rod. Note: The tile locations may vary from game to game.

Dodrio

Other than by evolution, it can be found in the Safari Zone.

Deoxys and Jirachi

You cannot get Jirachi and Deoxys during the game. They are given away through a Nintendo event, much like Mew and Celebi were in previous Pokemon games.

Chimecho

Found at Mt. Pyre (outside area, on the very top).

Castform: Recommended moves

The best moves for Castform are Blizzard, Fireblast, Thunder, and Solar Beam.

Castform

After you save the weather institute, talk to the man blocking the doorway. He will give you the Castform. It changes form, depending on the weather. It knows Hail, Powder Snow, Rain Dance, and Sunny Day. It is a Normal type and is at level 25.

In-game reset

Hold Select + Start + A + B during game play.

Blaziken: Recommended moves

The best moves for it are Blaze Kick, Brick Break, Bulk Up, and Sky Uppercut.

Beldum

After you defeat Steven (the champion), go to his house in Mossdeep City. Read the book (Letter) on the table. It says to take the Pokeball. It contains a Beldum, at level 5. It is a Steel/Psychic type that knows Take Down.

Bagon

Bagon is the first stage of Salamence (Dake's best Pokemon, which is Dragon and Flying type). You can find it in the smallest room in Meteor Falls. On the rectangular piece of land, you will find TM02 (Dragon Claw), which gives Attack 80 and Accuracy 100. Bagon evolves into Shellgon, then into Salamence. Salamence is like a fire dragon; cannot learn water attacks, but can learn Flying, Fire, and Dragon attacks.

Azurill

When you get the Sea Incense from Mt. Pyre, breed two Marill (male and female). Give the female Marill the Sea Incense and put the two Pokemon in the Daycare Center. When you get the egg, you will get only male Azurills. If you gave the Sea Incense to the male Marill, you will only get female Azurills.

Altaria (other than evolution)

Found at the Sky Pillar.

Absol

Found on Route 120 only.

Getting a female starter

Keep starting the game over repeatedly until you get a female starter.

It could allow you to leave it at the Day Care with a Pokemon of the same Egg Group. Eventually, it will breed an egg. This allows you to have more of the same Pokemon.

The Pokemon that will hatch from the egg will be the same species as the female.

Get all three starting Pokemon

Wait until you can buy a Pokeball and catch at least one Pokemon. Trade with a friend at the Pokecenter. Make sure that your friend has a Pokemon to give away. Trade the Pokemon you selected in the start of the game, then start the game again. Continue this process until you have all three (Torchic, Treecko, and Mudkip). Make sure that when you trade to your friend, he has kept the Pokemon you have given him or her. When you have chosen the last starting Pokemon, catch two Pokemon. Trade with your friend again to get back the two other starting Pokemon you previously gave him. You should now have Torchic Mudkip and Treecko.

Latios and Latias

When you get the Master Ball in Team Aqua's/Magma's lair, do not use it on Kyogre/Groudon. Latios and Latias will eventually appear in your game, and they are extremely difficult to catch. They will run from route to route.

Just after you finish the game, on television there will be a report about a one-of-an-kind Pokemon that is now loose in Hoenn. It will show up all over Hoenn in the grassy areas. You will only have one chance to catch it. It rarely appears. It depends on which game you are playing; Latios for Pokemon Ruby and Latias for Pokemon Sapphire.

When going after Latios and Latias, always use Repels so you are not interrupted by other Pokemon.

Xatu

Other than by evolution, it can be found on Safari Zone.

Wailord

Other than by evolution, it can be found on Route 129.

Wailmer

Go to the house near the water in Mossdeep. There should be a man standing next to it. Get the Super Rod from the man inside the house. Go down the steps of Mossdeep to the shallow water, where you can walk. Stand at the edge and use the rod. Wailmer will almost automatically start biting.

Volbeat and Illumise

Found on Route 117.

Tropius

Found on Route 119.

Treecko

Treecko is a Grass type Pokemon. You can get it as a starter. Treecko evolves at level 16 and turns in to Grovyle, a Grass type. After that, it evolves again at level 36 to Sceptile, a Grass type.

Torchic

Torchic is a Fire type Pokemon and you get it as a starter. Torchic evolves at level 16 and turns in to Combusken, a Fire/Fighting type. After that, it evolves at level 36 into Blaziken, a Fire/Fighting type.

To use Torchic and not get defeated by the first Gym Leader, train it until it evolves to its second stage. It will learn Double Kick. Use it against the first Gym Leader. It is very effective against Rock types.

Tentacool

Tentacool can only be caught with an Old Rod.

Swampert

To make it easier for Swampert to help defeat the Elite Four, teach it Surf, Ice Beam, and Earthquake, plus a move of your choice.

Shiny Swablu

A shiny Swablu can be found just outside of Meteor Falls, where Zangoose is caught. You will find a lot of Swablus. Keep searching and you can find a yellow/gold one.

Surskit

Found on Routes 102, 111, 114, 117, and 120.

Slakoth

Found in Petalburg Woods.

Skitty

Other than trading for Pikachu, it can be found on Route 116.

Skarmory

Found on Route 113.

Zigzagoon

Catch a Zigazoon as early as possible. Where ever you go and whatever you do, always keep the Zigazoon/Linoone in your party. Its Pickup ability will net you rare items throughout the game. Be sure to not to give him an item so he can pick things up. You can get anything ranging from Super Potions and Full Heals to Rare Candies, Full Restores, and even rare items such as King's Rock.

The Two Pokemon Of The Elements

When going after the legendary representing the team of your game (Team Aqua or Team Magma), bring about 30 Ultra Balls, quite a few Revives, and at least a level 50 Pokemon. The Pokemon will be at level 45, and will be extremely difficult to catch. The only sure way to catch it is if you bring a Pokemon with a move that will freeze or paralyze it. Try as hard as you can not to kill it, but get it down to a red zone so far down that you can barely see it. Then, go mad throwing Ultra Balls at it. Do not use other Pokeballs. The will help greatly against the Elite Four and the final Gym leader.

TM list

TM 01 (Focus Punch): Found at Route 115.
TM 02 (Dragon Claw): Found at Meteor Falls.
TM 03 (Water Pulse): Found at Sootopolis City Gym.
TM 04 (Calm Mind): Found at Mossdeep City Gym.
TM 05 (Roar): Found at Route 114.
TM 06 (Toxic): Found at Fiery Path.
TM 07 (Hail): Found at Shoal Cave.
TM 08 (Bulk Up): Found at Dewford Town Gym.
TM 09 (Bullet Seed): Found at Route 104.
TM 10 (Hidden Power): Found at Slateport City/Fortree City. Costs 3,000
TM 11 (Sunny Day): Found at Scorched Slab.
TM 12 (Taunt): Found at Trick House.
TM 13 (Ice Beam): Found at Mauvile City/ Abondoned Ship. Costs 4,000
TM 14 (Blizzard): Found at Lilycove Dept. Store. Costs 5,500
TM 15 (Hyper Beam): Found at Lilycove Dept. Store. Costs 7,500
TM 16 (Light Screen): Found at Lilycove Dept. Store. Costs 3,000
TM 17 (Protect): Found at Lilycove Dept. Store. Costs 3,000
TM 18 (Rain Dance): Found at Abondoned Ship.
TM 19 (Giga Drain): Found at Route 123.
TM 20 (Safeguard): Found at Lilycove Dept. Store. Costs 3,000
TM 21 (Frustration): Found at Pacifidlog Town.
TM 22 (Solarbeam): Found at Safari Zone.
TM 23 (Iron Tail): Found at Meteor Falls.
TM 24 (Thunderbolt): Found at Mauville City. Costs 4,000
TM 25 (Thunder): Found at Lilycove Dept. Store. Costs 5,500
TM 26 (Earthquake): Found at Seafloor Cavern.
TM 27 (Return): Found at Fallarbor Town/Pacifidlog Town.
TM 28 (Dig): Found at Route 114.
TM 29 (Psychic): Found at Mauville City/Victory Road. Costs 3,500
TM 30 (Shadow Ball): Found at Mt. Pyre.
TM 31 (Brick Break): Found at Sootopolis City.
TM 32 (Double Team ): Found at Mauville City. Costs 1,500
TM 33 (Reflect): Found at Lilycove Dept. Store. Costs 3,000
TM 34 (Shock Wave): Found at Mauville City Gym.
TM 35 (Flamethrower): Found at Mauville City. Costs 4,000
TM 36 (Sludge Bomb): Found at Dewford Town.
TM 37 (Sandstorm): Found at Route 111.
TM 38 (Fire Blast): Found at Lilycove Dept. Store. Costs 5,5000
TM 39 (Rock Tomb): Found at Rustboro City Gym.
TM 40 (Aerial Ace): Found at Fortree City Gym.
TM 41 (Torment): Found at Slateport City.
TM 42 (Facade): Found at Petalburg City Gym.
TM 43 (Secret Power): Found at Slateport City/Route 111. Costs 3,000
TM 44 (Rest): Found at Lilycove City.
TM 45 (Attract): Found at Verdanturf Town.
TM 46 (Thief): Found at Slateport City.
TM 47 (Steel Wing): Found at Granite Cave.
TM 48 (Skill Swap): Found at Mt. Pyre.
TM 49 (Snatch): Found at S.S. Tidal.
TM 50 (Overheat): Found at Lavaridge Town Gym.

HM list

HM 01 (Cut): Cuts down small bushes. Found inside the house to the left of the Pokemon Center in Kanazumi City.
HM 02 (Fly): Can fly to cities: Found in the town with the sixth Gym.
HM 03 (Surf): Can Swim. Found in the house left of the fourth Gym.
HM 04 (Strength): Allows you to push some rocks. Found in the town with fourth Gym.
HM 05 (Flash) Lights up dark areas. Found in the cave on the island with the second Badge.
HM 06 (Rock Smash): Smashes some rocks: Found in the house to the left of the third Gym.
HM 07 (Waterfall) Allows you to climb waterfalls. Found in the cave with the Legendary Pokemon in Rune.
HM 08 (Dive): Allows you to submerge under the ocean. Found in Tokusane City after beating the seventh Gym.

Itemfinder

While using the Itemfinder, if it rings look near trees and rocks . For example, sneak behind the Berry Master's house and look by the trees to find a Revive. Also go by the ocean shore in Mauville, Mossdeep, and Lilycove. All around the water you can find Heart Scales . After you have Surf, go to Dewford and surf north. You will find some land. Search all around it and you will find a Heart scale . Look by the Daycare Center to see some grass blocked by a tree. Cut it down and search all around inside to find an item.

Berry Blender: Speed up

Instead of pressing A once, press it several times on the first turn. You can get up to 40 RPM on the first turn if done correctly. After that, keep double hitting on every turn until about 80 RPM, where it gets too fast. This should increase speeds phenomenally. It is possible to get up to 150 RPM in three player on the first hut, with Laddie and the old man.

Lilycove city: Items

Once you go to Team Aqua's or Magma's hideout in Lilycove City, do not leave until you have collected the Master Ball, Electrode, and Nugget.

Lilycove City: Game Freak

After defeating the Elite Four, go to Lilycove City. Go into the inn and talk to the man there. He talks about some people who call themselves Game Freak. If you go upstairs you will find them, just like in Celedon City in Pokemon Red, Blue, and Yellow. Also, go in front of the inn keeper watching television. He will get mad and yell, "Hey you, down in front! Move I can't see the television!".

Lilycove City: Fans

When you complete the Pokemon League, you will have three or four fans. If you notice, the people on the top part of the building will say that they like other trainers better than you. However, once you capture about 185 Pokemon, two of those fans will become your fans. Once you have all 200 Pokemon, they will all become your fans.

Fallarbor Town: Egg

Go to the hot spring and talk to the old lady to get an egg.

Rotating people are attracted to you

Note: You must have the Running Shoes. Walk, run, or ride on your bike up to a person that rotates (looks north, east, south, and west repeatedly). Now run (hold B) around the rotating person and he or she will watch you in every direction, as long as you are near.

Pink Poochyena

First Go to Route 103 and start searching until you find it (it will work better early in the game).

Free Premier Ball

First buy at least ten Pokeballs and you will get a free Premier Ball.

Getting the Mental Herb!

NOTE: Before attempting this, make sure your either you've have passed Fortree cityand on the way to Mossdeep city (It doesn't matter if you have done anything else you just have to be up to the part where you have passed Mossdeep city.

Firstly go to the last tree house in Fortree city, that has the guy next to it that says Sniff... You, uh...smell singed. Where you at a volcano or something? Next go to the Kid that has the Wingull next to him talk to him then talk to his Wingull (If the Wingull went when you talked to the boy its O.K.). It will fly off to Mossdeep city. When you fly/reach Mossdeep city, go to the house where the staris are to Mossdeep Space Center "The closest place to place". There is a guy and a girl in the house. Talk to the girl then talk to the Wingull (If the Wingull went when you talked to the girl its O.K.) Then fly back to Fortree City and talk to the boy. You will get the Mental Herb!

Swampert

The best moves for a Swampert are Surf, Ice Beam, Earthquake and Muddy Water. Muddy Water is not essential, but with the other three moves and a decent health bar you can defeat the Elite Four with only one pokemon.

Metagross

After you defeat the champion at the pok?mon league go to Mossdeep city to Stevens house and there is a pok?ball on the table that contains a Beldum a Steel/Psychic pokemon that already knows the move Take Down give it exp.share that you can get in Rustboro city from Devon.corps after you deliverd the packedge to Capt.Stern just talk to M.Stone the president of Devon Corps train Beldum with the exp.share to level 20 and it will evolve to Metang also a Steel/Psychic pokemon and it will learn the moves: confusion and Metal claw train it further to level 45 and Metang will evolve to Metagross a very strong pokemon of the types Steel/Psychic.

Salamence

(you need the HM move waterfall before doing this hint) Go to Fallarbor town and go from there to meteor falls go across the waterfall and go deeper into the cave until you reach an area where you can find TM 02 Dragon claw walk around on the little peace of land where you found that TM 02 and you may encounter a BAGON a dragon pok?mon (I found it from Level 30 and 35 (35 is the best)train it (with exp.share if you want this works faster than training.) an train it a level further and it will evolve into SHELGON (dragon type pok?mon) train it further to Level 50 and it will evolve into SALAMENCE and learns the move FLY (SALAMENCE IS A STRONG DRAGON/FLYING POK?MON)

Flygon

Go to lavaridge town and then go to the desert and catch an Trapinch train it to level 35 and it will evolve into Vibrava then train Vibrava to level 45 and it will evolve into Flygon with the types dragon / ground and the abitity LEVITATE this ability prevents that ground attacks hit.

Mystery Events Club

After defeating the fifth gym leader,go to the Pokemon Center in Petalburg city. Then go inside the Pokemon Center. Talk to the man standing beside the PC. He will ask you for your new profile. Type in MYSTERY EVENT IS EXITING. The man will say,"You know the secret saying! So that means you are a member of the MYSTERY EVENTS CLUB. You will then be able to access the MYSTERY EVENTS icon in your main menu.

Beat the Pokemon champion easy!

Train your pokemon that knows surf up to level 65 or over. His pokemon are all weak on water. I have got a Kyorge level 83 that knows surf. I went the the whole pokemon league without getting hurt. I have beat the pokemon league champion 6 and still going times. You try.

Cradily

Go up from Mauville until you reach the desert which will be Northeast to you. Carry on going Northeast over the desert until you reach in the trop right and corner, two fossils. You can pick one up and then the other one will disappear. Once you have picked up the fossil, go to rustboro city.Go north from the pokemon centre. On your left, at the top of rustboro city you'll see a big palace. It has two large doors on either side. Go inside it. Go all the way East then up North and up the stairs. The first row of computers that you face, there will be a man who likes fossils. Go down to him.Once you have spoke to him, just mess about in that room for a bit. About 2 minutes late go and speak to him again. He'll say thank-you for waiting. You have to make sure you have an empty space in your 6 pokemon list. He will give you a pokemon called lileep. Evolve that into Cradily. Cradily is a rare fossil type pokemon. That fossils turn into it. The Pokemon champion has it as his 3rd pokemon. Enjoy the strenght of it!

Amulet coin

After you finish your dad's gym at Petalberg city,go back to your house at littleroot town and talk to your mother.your mom will be overjoyed seeing that badge and will give you an amulet coin.

Latias Cannot Escape

When you get the Go-Goggles and defeat the Elite Four, catch a Trapinch in the desert. Keep it up the top of your party until you run into Latias. Trapinch's special abilaty is 'Arena Trap' which means the foe cannot escape. So if you used the master ball on Grondon/Kyogre you still have a chance. But make sure you train it to a high level like 70 so you can weaken it first.

Poochyena

Pocheyena is found on the first route you go in.

Recommended Party

For a really strong unbeatable party have the following pokemon. Your starter pokemon at last stage:

Regice
Regirock
Registeel
Rayquazza
Salemence

Blazikan

What I think are the best moves for Blazikan are double kick, flamethrower, slash, and fire blast.

Green taillow

To find green taillow keep walking around in route 116 and you will find it.

Groudon Recommended Moves

These are my Groudon's moves:

Solarbeam
Fire Blast
Earthquake
Eruption

These are my moves because since Groudon is a ground type, he is weak to water, grass, and ice(I'm pretty sure). Water can be taken with solarbeam(and because of Groudon's Drought abillity, which has the same effect as Sunny Day, solarbeam will not have to charge up). Grass and ice can be taken out with any of his fire moves. Earthquake is just a strong move(and since it is the same type as its user, it gets a 50% attack bonus)

Quik Leveling Up

Here are a few tips to raising your Pokemon levels fairly quickly, though it?s still slower at higher levels, but faster than before. Take the Pokemon you want to train and put it at the front of your party equipped with EXPERIENCE SHARE. Go to the Elite Four (Pokemon League) and battle them. The Pokemon you are training will come out first switch it with a stronger Pokemon in your party. Then continue to battle. This way the Pokemon you?re training get exp. for EXPERIENCE SHARE and battling a little bit. Also trade Pokemon you want to train a lot the more they are traded the more experience they can earn. My level 91 Riachu has been traded about 5 times and can level up 3 time at the league by itself. Hope it helps!

How to beat the elite four

Here some pokemon to beat elite four with at these level:

Swampert lv.59 mud shot,muddy water,surf,earthquake
Exploud lv.58 hyber beam,howl,headbutt, double team
gardevoir lv.59 psychic,calm mind,torment,barrier
blaziken lv.60 sky uppercut,rock tomb,overheat,blaze kick
armaldo lv.59 dragon claw,hyber beam,slash, sword dance
groudon lv.60 bulk up,fire blast,rest,snore

Thanx to me and CheatingDome.com you'll have good pokemon. :-)

The Ultimate Pokemon Team

Here is the ultimate pokemon team. Typhlosion (got from Pokemon Colloseum). Attacks: Flamethrower, Fire Blast, Dig, Flame Wheel. Latios, attacks: Ice Beam, Dragon Claw, Luster Purge, Psychic. Blaziken, attacks: Blaze Kick, Brick Break, Earthquake, Sky Uppercut. Swampert, attacks: Surf, Earthquake, Muddy Water, Ice Beam. Sceptile, attacks: Leaf Blade, Giga Drain, Solar Beam, Quick Attack. Groundon, attacks: Earthquake, Solar Beam, Eruption, Fire Blast. All these pokemon are at Level 100.

Good Pokemon Team and (Elite 4 & Champion)

Blaziken Lv.87 or more- Blaze Kick, Double Kick, Sky Uppercut, any of your choice
Crobat Lv.85 or more- Bite, any other Dark moves
Kyrogre Lv.70 or more- Sheer Cold, Ice Beam, Surf, Hydro Pump
3 more of your choosing

These three are the only pokemon that I use to defeat the Elite 4 and Champion.

Blaziken's double kick(or sky uppercut) and blaze kick are enough to take out Sidney's Pokemon. Crobat's dark attacks will take out Phoebe's Pokeemon in a snap. Again you will use Blaziken against Glacia, his/her double kick or sky uppercut will knock each on of them out with one hit. You will use Kyrogre and it's ice beam to take out everyone one of his Dragon Pokemon. Then for the Champion (Steve), I use Blaziken's Blaze Kick on everyone of his pokemon except for Armaldo and Cradily I used Sky Uppercut.

This team has never let me down. I have beat the Elite 4 and Champion 12 times and still going.

Deoxys & Jirachi

To get Deoxys and Jirachi without having to get 'Promotions' and 'Game Sharks' you have to do this. Get all 8 badges. Then press start (go to menu) and go to your Trainer card. If you look next to your name you'll notice that you have a small yellow star there. Well to get Deoxys and Jirachi you need five and to get five you need to do special things. So far I've found out that you have to:

*Get all 8 badges
*Get full Pokedex(200 pokemon)
*Beat Master rank in all contests

Cycling Road Walker

When you enter Cycling Road from Mauville, there is a little, short trail. The trail is located next to the ramp and is in the bush area. If you follow it, you will find a trainer. Note:The trainer is a Psycic trainer.

Rocket launch

The only place you can do the rocket launch is at mossdeep city, go to the space center and talk to this guy looking out the window he's in a white lab coat. Talk to him and if he says "the rocket has launched succesfully" and he says a number at the end if it's 56 or higher but not 100 or higher then he will ask you if you want to go to space say yes when you get to the moon there will be the legendary pokemon Deoxys save before you battle this pokemon but don't use the master ball because if he says 100 you'll get to space but instead of Deoxys there will be an even rarer pokemon Jirachi use the master ball for him he's extremly difficult to catch.

Don't hunt for Latios

If you hunt for Latios it will be a waste of time let it come yo you then catch it! Tips: master ball, if you don't have one use Trapinch (arena trap), Golbat(mean look).

Bonus Berrys

To get bonus berrys go to the berry masters house and talk to his wife about good sayings when she asks you for one type in:

Super hustle for the Belue Berry
Cool latios for the Durin berry
Challenge contest for the Pamtre Berry
Great battle for the Spelon berry
Overwhelming Latias for the Watmel berry

Note: You can use one code a day.

1 Pokemon=Beaten Elite 4

The one pokemon is a blaziken level 83 which shoud know Sky Uppercut Blaze Kick Overheat and a fire move. Use sky uppercut and blaze kick on Sidney use the fire attack on the 2nd person Blaze kick on the 3rd and Sky uppercut on the last person and on the Pokemon champ (Steven) Sky uppercut and overheat kills him in one turn.

Obtain The Legendary Deoxys or Jirachi

Go to the space station at mossdeep city and talk to the scientist looking out the window with the lab coat on. If he says the rocket has launched successfully and then says a number 56 or higher he will ask you if you want to go into space. Say yes. You will be taken to the moon where, Deoxys will be use the lottery technique i mentioned before and use a mater ball to catch it. But if the scientist says a number 100 or higher this means you will encounter a Jirachi! May your space exploration be a bright one!

Where To Find Latias On Ruby

Latios is all well and good, but having both is better! You can find Latias at the southern island. You will of course need anohter master ball no problem, just go to lilycove department store and go to the lottery corner. Get 6 matches and you get a free master ball! you can of course catch many other pokemon like groudon using this lottery technique. It's just another way of making an experienced pokemon trainer's life, a little bit easier.

Vileplume and Bellossom

To get a Vilepulme or Bellosom don't waste your time leveling up. To get Vileplume give a leaf stone two Gloom and to get Bellossom give a sun stone to Gloom. To get a leaf stone you need a green shard which is found under water then give it to the guy who needs shards in the middle of the sea.

Free TM

When you go to the museum at Slateport for the first time, there will be Team Magma grunts. Talk to the one closest to the entry and he will give you a free TM.

Dewford Gym

When you enter Dewford gym, it is very dark. To make it lighter you have to battle trainers. But I found a way where you only have to battle one trainer. First, take a right. Then go up. Next go left. it should bring you to a wider hall. Follow it to the top and turn right. Follow that passage and it will take you to brawly, the gym leader.

HM Flash

Flash is found in the cave on Dewford island. The hiker in the doorway is the guy that has flash. Talk to him and he will give it to you.

HM Cut

Cut is found in Rustboro City in a house with a sign out the front that says cutters house. It is located next to the pokemon centre.

Six Free Soda Pops

On Slateport beach, there is a house. Inside there is three trainers. One a girl, one a little boy and a sailor. Defeat all these trainers and talk to the guy next to the soda machine. He will give you six soda pops.

Shiny Pokemon

Through the game you will find rare pokemon called shiny pokemon. There is at least a shiny of every pokemon able to catch. These shiny pokemon are found in any area in the game. a good place to start looking is caves. These pokemon are always stronger than the original.

Find Jirochi

You can find Jirochi in tall grass. It will take a long time though.

HM Surf

After beating your dad at the Petalburg gym, go left of the gym. You will see a house go in it and talk to a guy he will give you HM surf. Note:If you didn't pick the pokemon mudkip you should teach a marril it (or you can get a Tentacool by getting the old rod in Dewford).

Vulpix

Vulpix can be found at mount pyre in the grass.

Best Starting Pokemon

I would suggest Mudkip, because its a strong water pokemon and when its in stage 2 and 3 its unstopable(unless theres a grass type).These are some of its strong and weak points.

Fire-unstopable
Water-fair
eletric-unstopable
grass-no chance
Ice-fair

Recommended moves:

Muddy Water-Fire,Ground,Rock
Brick Break-Rock,Ice,Dark,normal,
Earthquack-Rock,posin,Fire,electric
Ice Beam-ground,flying,Dragon

How to get a level 40 regice

First of all get lots of different kinds of pokeballs and catch a wailord and a relicanth. Once you've done that go to Pacifidilog town and go all the way south. Then surf west through the currents keeping south at all the times. I can't tell you the rest but when you reach a diving point dive down into it. Go south until you get to some dots on the wall. Go up to them and press B. When you get to the surface get onto the land and go all the way north to you get to that riggid wall. Use dig and it should open. Then put Relicanth at the front of your party and Wailord at the back. Leave it and it should say "You heard a door open far away" or something like that. Then get out of that place and fly to Dewford. Walk up north then surf west until you can go north. When you see a island with trees on it on your westgo on it. Cross the island and surf up north. There will be a little cave. Go into it and go up the wall and press A. Leave the dots on the screen for 1-2 minutes and it will open. Press A on the silver rock and prepare to catch a level 40 regiice.

Where to find Jigglypuff

To find a Jigglypuff you have to go to Rustboro City and then you will have to go to route 115 and have to surf all the way north and then you will see a little island, go in the island, then you have to go all the way up and you will see a grass and go in it and you will find a Jigglypuff.

Top 3

Make sure that you always have Salamence, Flygon, and Blaziken. These three will really help you out. Because Salamence can learn crunch, Blaziken will help you against Sidney, glacia, and Steven. Flygon is really good to have because it can learn crunch and is really honest.

Mirrage Island

Go to passifidog town(you know , that town floating in the sea where you cant run). Now, walk down and go to the very right house and enter it. Then you see a man staring right out of the window. Talk to him. When he says:"I can't see Mirrage Island today", you have bad luck and have to try again an other day. But when he says that he can see mirrage Island, surf to the east and you should be there.

Blue Electrike

The only place that you can find a blue electrike is to go to slateport city and head north. then they're should be a grassy area on the left. so now start searching for it.

Chimecho

To find Chimecho, go to Mt Pyre (route 122) on the top floor (outside) Go to the far right where is a patch of grass. Search in there. After AGES (*yawn....zzzzz*) you should find a chimecho. Strangely enough, I would find them more often when my enemy team was there. But that's probably just a coincidence.

About mirrage island

That stupid man keeps saying that he can't see mirrage island today. I think that he can only see it when you're about to catch groundon(you know, when the sun shines the whole time)cause that other man in the house say that it appears and dissapears depending on the wether. So before you cath groundon, check the man!

Power-up

Some people think that brickbreak is weaker than earthquake.

Well, that's true.

A BIT TRUE.

Cause when a fighting pkmn uses brickbreak, its stronger than earthquake.

Let me explain myself:

If a pokemon uses a move that is the same type as the user's type, its 1.5 times as strong! When its super-effectiv on your opponent the move's power is increased again. The same story for crictical-hit.

Example:

A normal type uses explosion(type mach x 1.5)and it is a crictical-hit(x 1.5) and it is super effective agaist opponent's type 1(x1.5) and type 2(x1.5) than its having a power of 1898.4375!

Conclusion:

Its better for a blaziken to use brickbreak than earthquake!

All around tips

Don't waste your time trying to find Pokemon like Seviper or Lunatone. They can only be found in Sapphire Version, so trade with a friend. Also, alot of the Pokemon you'll have to trade with a friend who has Red, Blue, Yellow, Silver, Gold, or Christal, such as venasaur,gastly, abra, squirtle, charmander, Etc. Etc. Etc. No body likes to waste time, and that's why I made this production. Thank you, you've all been realy great tonight!

(Applause(This means you))

No, but seriously folks, airline food, what's the deal with that stuff? But, back to the point, um, Why didn'y they Include Pokemon like Cubone or Marawack? (My two favorites from Red, Blue, and Yellow versions) But at least they included Zangoose (Route 114), who is cool. But, I like this crowd...

(Applause)

Well, back to the subject. Here's a little tip for the Eleat 4. Here's the type of pokemon I suggest having with you:

1st Guy..........................Fighting
2nd Guy..........................Fire/Grass
3rd Guy..........................Fire/Electric
4th Guy..........................Water/Ice
Champion.........................All types

(Remember, you're Pokemon have got to at least be at level 57 each, if you even want a sporting chance.)

(More applause)

Well, here's a little reminder for if you haven't caught Groudon yet, then we'll wrap it all up till next time. Don't use you're master ball (found at Magma hideout or won in lottery), wait to use it on Rayquaza, he's WAY tougher. I would suggest a few Ultra balls used on Groudon. Well, that's it for now, later!

(Still more applause)

All around hints: Volume I

Hello. Now here's how this will work. Like a book, O.K.?

Table of Contents

1.Time Savers
2.Elite 4 Strategies
3.Intemission
4.Fire Qualities
5.Water Qualities
6.Grass Qualities

1. Time Savers
Don't waste your time looking for Pokemon like seviper, lunatone, or bannet. They can only be found on Sapphire Version. Also, don't look for pokemon like bulbasaur, squirtle, charmander, etc. For them you have to find a friend who has Red, Blue, or Yellow Versions. There are many Pokemon you cannot get.

2. Elite 4 Strategies
Well, here are some good Pokemon types to have when on the Elite 4.
Guy #1...................Ground/Fighting
I would use Groudon and Meticam.
Guy #2...................Fire/Grass
I would use Groudon and any tough Grass type.
Guy #3...................Fire/Electric
Something like Groudon and Electrode
Guy #4...................Water/Ice/Dark
Get a strong Garaydos and teach it a dark move if you can along with a strong water attack like surf.
Champion.................Combo of all
Like stated above, there is no strategy for him, but I would definitely train some tough Pokemon.

Intermission...

4. Fire Qualities
Fire is good against grass, steel and ice, why I would use them in the Elite Four. Their weakness are water.

5. Water Qualities
Good against fire and rock. Use in Elite four (at least I would). Bad against Electric. No questions asked.

6. Grass Qualities
A little advantage over water and ghost(It's probably good against dark types too). It's weak against fire(I mean WAY weak.)

That's all till next time!

All Aournd Hints: Volume II

Welcome Again! Well, let's get right to work.

Table o' contents
1.Save your ball
2.Up, up and away
3.Intermission
4.Get this!
5.Starting Pokemon
6.Ultra Easy Prizes

1.Save your ball
When you get to the cave of origin, beat Maxie, and get to Groudon, if you can, save your master ball for Latias or Rayquaza. It is much harder to catch it, (I mean after you just beat Maxie, who's pretty tough) but it will be even tougher to catch the others. Just a suggestion.

2. Go to the Space Center in Mossdeep City. (You might want to wait for a loooooooonnnnnnnngggggg time.) Go to the guy at the window in the white lab coat on the 1st floor. If he says that's launch #56-99, you get to go catch a rare pokemon in space. If he says that's launch number 100+,
you get to catch a rarer Pokemon, but be careful, if you ask one and he says a number below 56, he'll never say a higher number, ever.

3. Intermission

4. Get this!
When you first start out, catch a Shroomish. It's effect can stun or poison a foe at touch, it already knows stun spore, and I think it already knows leech seed and absorb. But, oh, there's more. At level 16 or 17, it learns Mega Drain. Here's an exellent strategie. If you're in a battle, use leech seed first. Then use Stun Spore. After that, use Mega Drain. It's almost unbeatable.

5. Startng Pokemon
Here's the 411 on the starting Pokemon.

Mudkip: Easy at beginning, gets tougher
Torchic: Hard at beginning, gets easier
Treeko: Same toughness throught game

Using this, it will help you decide what your starting Pokemon.

6. Ultra Easy Prizes
Go to the trick house (north of Slateport) and do the challenges that follow. Do it correctly, and the man in the back will give you a prize. I think you can eventually win an ultra ball.

Well, that's it. Keep your eyes out for a special segment devoted to Pokemon type pros and cons.

A cool trick

Note: You have to have alot of money. when you are bying mail,balls etc... buy 99 of them. Then buy another 99 or less. Then exit the shop and go into your bag. Go down to where the item is. If you got over 99 there should be 2 sets. It looks like they are same type of item but looks different! Not much but it is something.

Mirage Island: Final conclusion

I finally know how to get there!

It depends on your pokemon party what the guy say. Every pokemon has a number(not a pokedex number but just a number). Each time you deposit a pokemon from your party or do a box activity, the number chance. So your party has 6 numbers (if you have 6 pkmn in it, but you have to or else this cheat wont work). If the 6 numbers ar correct then you can go to mirrage island. I know that female pokemon have good numbers and that Latios + Latias have good numbers. Mirage Island isn't big. You can only find a gold berry and a Wynaut + some other pokemon there.

Rare Starter

For this cheat to work, you need to start a girl trainer, but name it a boys name and you should get a different colored Pok?mon. Note: It might not work but I got a yellow Torchic.

Hoe to get Ruby in Sapphire

This cheat only works with the visualboyadvance emulator and you'll need the pokemon ruby and pokemon sapphire edition (if you don't have them, you can mail me). the sapphire edition must be unused, so there must be no save game. What you need to do: defeat the pokemon league in Ruby without saving the game EVER, only use the file-save option or the F keys. WHen you defeated the elite 4 and the champion, it will save the game. then, open sapphire. you will see that the game is saved on the name you had in ruby and now you can catch lotad, lombre, sableye, seviper and lunatone, and you'll find shuppet and plusle easier. you can't catch kyogre, but the story remains the same. you can now catch latias instead of latios. all your previously catched pokemon will still be in your PC.

Duskull

Duskull is very easy to catch. You can find it next to Lilycove city. You can also find it in Mt.Pyro or outside of it in the grass. Duskull is only common on Ruby, and rare to find on Sapphire.

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