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However, please DO NOT ever claim this FAQ as your own. Also, please put a link to www.kyogre.cjb.net in return. If you wanted to suggest what do you want to see in the FAQ just drop me a mail.(my e-mail is at the end of this FAQ). I'll try to include them in the next version of the FAQ(Hopefully:) The site below is the only one allowed to put up my FAQ without asking any permission: www.gamefaqs.com The site below is the only one allowed to modify this FAQ in any way: www.kyogre.cjb.net Pokemon and all its product are the copyright of Nintendo, Gamefreaks and Creature inc. The author of the walkthrough are not affiliated with any company mentioned above. No infringements of copyright is intended. I'm really sorry, if I can't reply to your e-mail, you might want to post at some Pokemon boards instead (see creadits) if you want to get help faster. Please do not e-mail me about where to get the roms. ================================================================================== == ========== Contents ================================================================================== == ========== 1. Version update 2. Introduction 3. Walkthrough I. Game Basics II. Characters III. Hoenn A. Littleroot Town - A whole new adventure begins B. Oldale Town and first showdown against rival C. Petalburg City D. Rustboro City E. Dewford Town F. Slateport City G. Mauville City H. Fiery Path I. Fallarbor Town J. Meteor Falls K. Mt Chimney L. Lavaridge Town M. Petalburg City once more N. Fortree City O. Mt Pyre and the Orbs P. Lilicove City Q. Mossdeep City and the final showdown R. Sootopolis City S. The Last route to Victory - Ever Grande T. Elite Four 4. Miscellanous A. Back in Littleroot Town B. Safari Zone C. Sky Pillar and Pacifidlog Town D. The Three Regi E. Shoal Cave F. Latias and Latios G. Meteor Falls H. Battle Tower I. Hidden Machine J. Evolution stone K. Fossils L. New Mauville M. Special Pokemon N. S.S. Tidal O. Move Tutor, Nickname Rater, and Move Forgettor P. Game Corner Q. Diploma R. The TV S. The Lottery T. Berry Master U. Abandoned Ship 5. Routes Guide 6. Secret Base 7. FAQ (Frequently asked question) 8. Contest 9. Pokedex Explanation 10. New Pokemon 11. TM list 12. Pokemon Info (Route information, Characteristic, height, weight, etc) 13. The Infinity Ticket 14. Characteristics 15. Trainer Card 16. Azurill and Waynaut 17. Types advantages and weakness 18. In-Game Trade 19. Evolution Guide 20. Rare Pokemon Guide (Feebass, Bagon and many other) 21. Pokemart Guide 22. Trainer Eye 23. Berry Guide 24. Pokeblock 25. Fishing 26. Mirage Island 27. Trick House 28. Ribbons 29. The Three Starters - Analysis 30. Breeding 31. Wild Pokemon List 32. Pokeballs 33. Unobtainable Pokemon 34. Personalities 35. E-Card 36. VBA codes 37. Glitch 38. Credits ================================================================================== == ========== ===================== 1. Version update ===================== v 0.1 4:16 PM 11/24/02 -Basic walktrough is done -Add some Question in FAQ section v 0.2 3.16 PM 11/25/02 -Added in info on Safari Zone -Added in info regarding Latios and Latias -Added in Info regarding Battle Tower -New section "new Pokemon" -More info on Miscallenous section -fixed the location of HM 02 v 0.3 10:16 AM 11/26/02 -Fixed info regarding the cable car -Added in more info on the secret base -Detailed Location for some of the HM v 0.4 4:58 PM 11/27/02 -Added in a new section, "Pokedex" -added in new question to the FAQ section -Added in TM list section -Detailed solution for the puzzle at the 8 th gym V 0.5 7:39 PM 11/28/02 -Info about Pokemon that you got after certain events -List of Pokemon catchable in Safari Zone -New section V 0.6 11/30/02 - More Pokedex entries added - Add in some location of the TM V 0.7 07:10:54 PM 12/2/02 - More info about your secret base - More Pokedex Entries - Added in some profile of the character in the game V 0.8 06:23:52 AM 13/2/02 - More TM's Location added - A Detailed Info on Minamo Dept Store - Secret base items and their prices is added v 0.9 06:48:56 PM 12/4/02 - All the height and Weight of 202 Pokemon are added - Secret base section is now a separate section - New section "contest" is added v 1.0 - More TM location v 1.1 - fixed some error - More info about the infinity ticket v 1.2 - Chracteristic section added - Section on Wynaut and Azurill added v 1.3 - Differences between Ruby/Sapphire added - Type Chart added (Incomplete) v 1.4 6:12:38 PM 12/30/02 - info on Shoal cave - In-game trade section added - Trainer Card Section added - More info about the contest - VBA codes section added - More detailed info about Infinity (Mugen-no) Ticket - Evolution guide section added - Info on Deep Sea Scal and Deep Sea Fang V 1.5 3:50:52 PM 01/03/03 - All TM location added - Added in a question in the FAQ section - Added in small info about Dragon Cave - New ACSII art - Changed the name of Milo Town to Muro Town - New info about cities in Houen - The walkthrough hits the 100 KB marks :) V 1.6 6:38:54 AM 01/04/03 - New section added - A few chracteristic is added to the characteristic Section - Add in another question in the FAQ section - Make some changes to some spelling error - Info on the new feautures of Ruby and Sapphire - New section "pack guide" is added - Type Chart completed v 1.7 - Section on trainer dex has been started. Check back for more updates. - Basic games information added v 1.8 - More trainers added to the trainer dex - correction on getting one of the star - More detailed TM list V 1.81 - More detailed contest information (thanks to Azura Stardust) V 1.82 - Porok Guide added V 1.83 - A new section about Illusion Island added V 1.84 - New ACSII art title - More Detailed TM list V 1.85 - Pokemon English names added v 2.0 - Most of the walkthrough has been converted into English where possible. More changes coming soon. V 2.01 - Some minor correction up to Mauville city - Cahnging of Japanese Pokemon name in the mini-Pokedex is in process V 2.02 - Glitch section added - More corrections for the English version V 2.03 - More corrections - Detailed walkthrough of Sea Floor Cavern V 2.1 - Routes Guide section added - Pokemart Guide section added V 2.11 - More routes added in the routes guide - Redone the trainer eye section V 2.12 - Routes guide completed 90% - All names in secret base section is changed into English - Location of Sun Stone and Moon stone added - Added in section on Pokeblocks - New section - Trick House - Trick House FAQ done up till the third puzzle - Add in question #16 in the FAQ section. V 2.13 - Trick house FAQ done - Added in bio for Capt Slate in the character section - Added in sub-section on S.S. Tidal - Convert berries name to English - More trainers in the trainer eye section V 2.14 - Added in a few VBA codes for the English version - New Sub-section regarding move tutor, move forgettor and nickname rater - Done sub section on the towns/cities of Houenn - Section on the Game corner added - Added in ribbons section - Added in a small bio for Lanette in characters section - Added in breeding section - Added in starter section V 2.15 - Done the trainer eye section - FAQ reached 200 KB - More breeding info added - Minor correction on game corner info - New section - Wild Pokemon V 2.16 - Add in battle details for battle against Wally - Add in a new section - Pokeballs V 2.17 - New info about the Eon ticket and Southern Island V 2.18 - More characteristic added - New Section on unobtainable Pokemon V 2.19 - Added in two new section - Added in all the egg groups - More Secret bases items added V 2.20 - Info about the Soot Sack added in the walkthrough section - Some corrections in a lot of parts of the walkthrough - Added in two new info about the lottery and TV. V 2.21 - Added in info about types of secret base V 2.22 - Detailed walkthrough on the abandoned ship V 2.23 - Detailed walktrough on victory road added ===================== 2. Introduction ===================== It has been a few years since Nintendo released a brand new Pokemon RPG. Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire has been hyped as one of the most anticipated game of the year for GBA. To simply put it, this game really exceed my expectation. The improvement that They've done with the game is just really much for Pokemon players to enjoy. New Features - There are two kind of Bike in this game - 2 on 2 battle against certain trainer - New HM, Dive - Contest - Trainer Dex - Running Shoes, which work like bicycle There are a few differences between the two version: Basically, the game is almost identical in gameplay. However, there are a few differences as mentioned below. Besides this difference, some Pokemon might be commonly found in one version while rare in the other version. Ruby: You will fight Team Magma in this game, and Latios could be encountered randomly in the wild after beating the elite four. Pokemon exclusive to Ruby are: Zangoose, SolRock, Groudon, Seedot, Nuzleaf, Shiftry, Mawile After you awakened Groudon, the weather will be sunny. Latios is catchable randomly in the wild. Sapphire You will fight Team Aqua in this game, and Latias could be encountered randomly in the wild after beating the elite four. Pokemon exclusive to Sapphire are: Seviper, Lunatone, Kyogre, Lotad, Lombre, Ludocolo After you awakened Kyogre, the weather will be rainy. Latias is catchable randomly in the wild. ===================== 3. Walkthrough ===================== NOTE: This walkthrough is based on the Sapphire version of the game. There are some differences between Ruby and Sapphire. This walkthrough will try to cover situtaions that is true for both version. Unfortunately, there are some areas in which this could not be done. I. Game Basics (Skip this section if you have played Pokemon before) Here are the controls in Pokemon Ru/Sa Directional Pads This is used to move around the map, or used to move to another option of the menu A button This is used if you want to confirm an option B button This is used if you want cancel an option Start Button This is used to bring in main menu Select Button You can register an item and use tem easily by using the select button. You can also re-arrange the order of moves by using this button L and R This button is used for Nothing. However, you can change it's function to work like the A and B button. Start menu Pokedex - This is simply your Pokedex Pokemon - Choosing this option will list the Pokemon in your party Bag - This will take you to your backpack where you can use your items Poke-Navi - Choosing this option will take you to the Poke-Navi "Trainer Name" - This will take you to your trainer card. (trainer status) Save - Self-Explanatory Option - Use this to cahnge the battle mode, frame styles, etc Cancel - Self-Explanatory Stopping evolution Press the "B" button while your Pokemon is evolving Teaching Pokemon a HM/TM Go to your pack select a TM/HM and use them to one of your Pokemon. (Not all Pokemon may be able to learn a particular moves). Someone PC's There's an option for you here to change your PC wallpaper as well as rename the boxes. Another useless addition to the Pokemon PC. However, something that will interest you would be the fact that Pokemon will be sent to the next empty boxes. In other words, you don't have to change your PC boxes when its full. No more tearing your hairs out when you discover your PC Box is full when you are throwing a ball at legendary Pokemon. II. Characters Brendan (Main Character) From: Littleroot Town The main Character of the game. He live in Littleroot Town. He will be your rival if you choose to play as a girl. Along the course of the game, if he is your rival he will help you by giving you items. May (Main Character) From: Littleroot Town The main character of the game. She live in Littleroot Town. She will be your rival if you choose to play as a boy. Along the course of the game, if she is your rival she will help you by giving you items. Wally From: Petalburg City You will meet him in Petalburg City gym, he will catch a Ralts. He is also your 2nd rival in the game. You will battle him a few times during the course of the game. You can challenge him again in Victory Road. Pokemon: Gardevoir Steven Stone From: Mossdeep City The Champion of the Pokemon Leauge. He will occasionally pops up in the game. During the course of the game, he will give you TM 47 Iron Wing as well as HM 08 Dive. You'll fight him in the Pokemon leauge of course He's also the master of the stell Type. Pokemon: Skarmory, Metagross Professor Birch From: Littleroot Town You helped him when he was attacked by Pochena. In return, he will let you kept the Pokemon. He will also give you the Pokedex. Professor Odamaki is also the father of your rival. Pokemon: Mudkip, Treecko, Torchic Norman The Petalburg City gym leader. When you first visited him, he will tell you to come back to fight him once you've earned 4 badges. He's also the main character father who just moved from Johto. Pokemon: SlaKing, Vigoroth Archie From: ??? Leader of the notorious team Aqua. Maxie From: ??? Leader of the notorious team Magma. Captain Slate From: Slateport City One of the key figures for your conflict with Team Aqua and Magma, his submarine was the target for team Aqua and Magma in their quest to reach their ambition. Later on, Capt Slate will build the S.S. Tidal which could take you to the battle tower. Lanette From: Route 114 The creator of Hoenn Pokemon storage system. She is a parallel of Bill in the older version. The Beginning Before the game starts, you will see a screen of Professor Birch talking about Pokemon, just like what Oak and Elm did in the previous version. (The Pokemon shown alongside the professor is Azzuril). You will be asked whether you want to be a boy trainer, or a girl trainer, as well as your name. You can't choose your rival name, and if you choose to be a boy, your rival name will be Haruka. III. Hoenn Hounn is the new region in which the game took place. There are three different kind of cities in Hounn. Different with Kanto and Johto, Hoenn has it's own groups of island. Therefore sea transportation is an important thing. : Towns-Blue Circle Cities - Red Circle Metropolis - Red Oval List of city: Littleroot Town A small town in the Southern Part of the Island Places of interest: Your House, Your Rivals' house, Birch's Lab Oldale Town Located North of Littleroot Town Places of Interest: None Petalburg city West of Kotoki Town, Touka Gym has a gym. On the west of the town, lies Touka Forest Places of interest: Touka City Gym Rustboro City One of the biggest Metropolis in Hoenn. Rustboro City is the home of the company that give you the Poke-Navi Places of interest: Company building North-West of the town, Gym Dewford Town A small peaceful Island on the Southwest of the continent. It is the home of the second gym. Places of interest: Second gym, Fisherman that gives you old rod, Cave Northwest of the town. Slateport City Kaina City is a port city, and it has the bigest beach on Hoenn. You can find the ocean museum here. Places of interest: Ocean Museum Mauville City Here, you can go to the bike shop. Just outside the town, there is power plant and cycling road. Places of interest: 3rd gym, bike shop Fallarbor Town Located on the North of the continent, this is the place where you can get Dig TM. Verdanturf Town The first town where you can participate in the constest house. Fortree City On the South-East of the town, you'll be able to find a shop that sells furniture. This furniture could be put in your secret base. Here, you'll also be able to find the 6th gym. Places of interest: Furniture shop, Hiwamaki Gym, Kecleon"the invisible wall" Lilicove City Located at the edge of the western shore, it boast the biggest department store in Hoenn. Places of interest: Dept Store, Art Museum Mossdeep City An island located at the west of the Hoenn mainland. We learned from the Space research center that the weather condition there is sunny. Places of Interest: Steven's house, Space research center, Fisherman house (old rod), Gym Sootopolis City Well hidden among the natural barrier, the city could only be accessed through diving. Here, lies the Cave of Origins. Places of interest: Cave of Origins, Gym. Pacifidlog Town Built on a colony of Corsola, this town is the sorce of information for the three mysteries of Hoenn - The Sky Pillar, the Sealed Chamber, and Mirage island. Places of interest: None Ever Grande Every trainer ultimate dream. In Ever Grande lies the Pokemon Leauge and the gruelling Victory Road. Places of Interest: Victory Road, The Leauge A. Littleroot Town - A whole new adventure begins. Significant Places: Your house, your Rival's house, Professor Birch house This is the begginning of your adventures. You started out in a truck. It appears that your family is moving in. There will be Machoke carrying stuffs around, and your mom will tell you to go to your room. Go and take a potion out of your PC,look at the clock and set up the time. Now your mother will allow you to come down. Now, if you look at the TV, you'll know that your father is a gym leader. Now go out. Head to the lab and you'll discover that Professor Birch had went out. You can't go out of the town either, as you'll be stopped by a small boy syaing that it's too dangerous out there. So, there are only one place to go - the neighbour's house. Go up to the second floor and you'll see your rival. After talking to her, head back t othe entrance of the town. This tiem you could go out. After walking for a while, you will see Professor Birch attacked by a wild Poocyhena. He will ask you to choose a ball from his bag to help him. you will have three Pokeball to choose from (No prize for guessing that these are the starter. These three starters are: Treecko (Grass), Torchic (Fire), Mudkip (Water). Choose which starter you want, and you will fight the Poochyena Poochyena lvl 2 You shouldn't have any problem beating this Pokemon. Your starter level should be strin genough to beat Poochyena. From the three Starter, Grass and Water will have a type advantage for the first gym. However, Torchic will evolve to Combusken at level 16 which can learn Double Kick. Personally, Torchic would be the best choice considering that there is only a few Fire types in the game. At the same time, Fire type is one of the most useful, especially against the Elite Four. Starter Evolution and attack learned Treecko lvl 16 (Grass) Pound - Leer - Absorb 6 Quick Attack 11 Pursuit 16 Screech 21 Mega Drain 26 Agility 31 Slam 36 Detect 41 Giga Drain 46 Grovyle lvl 36 (Grass) Pursuit 17 Screech 23 Mega Drain 29 Agility 35 Slam 41 Detect 47 False Swipe 53 Sceptile (Grass) Leaf Blade 29 Agility 35 Slam 43 Detect 51 False Swipe 59 Torchic lvl 16 (fire) Growl - Focus Energy 7 Ember 10 Peck 16 Sand Attack 19 Fire-Spin 25 Quick Attack 28 Slash 34 Mirror Move 37 Flamethrower 43 Combusken lvl 36 (Fire/Fighting) Double Kick 16 Fire-Spin 25 Bulk Up 28 Quick Attack 32 Slash 39 Mirror Move 43 Sky Upper 50 Blaziken (Fire/Fighting) Slash 32 Blaze Kick 36 Mirror Move 49 Sky Upper 59 Mudkip lvl 16 (Water) Tackle - Growl - Mud-Slap 6 Water Gun 10 Bide 15 Foresight 19 Mud-Play 24 Take Down 28 Whirlpool 33 Protect 37 Hydro Pump 42 Reckless 46 Masrhstomp lvl 36 (Water/Ground) Mud Shot 16 Foresight 20 Mud-play 25 Take Down 31 Muddy Stream 37 Protect 42 Earthquake 46 Reckless 53 Swampert (Water/Ground) Muddy Stream 39 Protect 46 Earthquake 52 Reckless 61 After you have beaten the Poochyena, Professor Birch will bring you back to his lab in Littleroot Town. Here he will thank you and let you keep the Pokemon for saving him. He will tell you that his daughter/son is currently on route 103. He will ask you to go there. Now it's time to continue and head for the next town. B. Oldale Town Walk along route 101. There's nothing here, except some wild Pokemon, namely Zigzagoon and Wurmple. You can't catch them yet, so level up one or two levels. Soon enough, you'll be on your way to Oldale Town. Not much to see here. This town just like Viridian in R/B/Y and Cherrygrove in G/S/C. As usual, there is a Pokemon Center to heal your Pokemon and also a Pokemart. Buy some potions and left for the next route. As usual, Nurse Joy is still in every Pokemon Center. Now the Pokemon Center has it's own escalator. On the second level of the Pokemon Center, you'll be able to find three booths - One for trading, one for one on one battle, and one two on two battle. Head North, and after walking for a while, you will find your rival. Be prepared for your first battle. You should have levelled up your Pokemon during the journey so far. The Pokemon he choose will be a starter Pokemon that has a type advantages over your Pokemon. Your rival's Pokemon will be at level 5. It shouldn't be hard to beat him/her if you level up enough. If your rival is a boy, his name would be Brendan, if she's a girl, her name would be May. Rival Battle Brendan/May Pokemon: Treecko lvl 5 or Mudkip lvl 5 or Torchic lvl 5 For Example: If you choose Treecko the grass starter your rival will have Torchic the fire starter. This battle should be simple if you level up enough. Presumably, your starter should be at leve 7-8. After beating your rival, go back to Oldale Town and you are now allowed to buy the items in the shop. At the entrance of the town, you will see your rival. Talk to him/her, and he/she will tell you to follow him/her back to Littleroot Town. Now, go back to Littleroot Town and talk to Proffesor Birch. He will give you 5 Pokeball and a Pokedex. Exit the town, and before that while passing your house, your mother will give you a running shoes. With this running shoes, now you can run by holding the "b" button of your gameboy. Running Shoes will allow you to travel much faster. It could be used anywhere except in building. Now, head back to Oldale Town again. You might want to capture some Pokemon along the way. Once in Oldale Town, exit the town using the west exit to route 102. You will find yourself in a route with a few trainers. In this route, you'll be able to catch Pokemon such as Ralts. Continue walking along the route and soon you'll arrive at Petalburg city. C. Petalburg City Significant Places: Petalburg Gym, Wally house Go to Pokemon Center to heal your Pokemon and stock up on the potions. Now go to the gym. A trainer called Wally will come and begged your father to be given a Pokemon. Norman will lend him a Zigzagoon which will be used to catch Ralts. Afterwhich, he will take you back to the gym leader. It is your father. He will told you that did not have enough experience, and you need 4 badges before you can challenge him. Take note of this and come back to this gym after you've got 4 badges. Now head to the west exit of the town and make your way to the route 104. Figh some of the trainers here, you might want to catch a Pelliper if you want. At the end of the route, you'll end up in Petalburg Forest. Petalburg Woods Petalburg Woods will remind you of Viridian Forest. There are heaps of Bugs Pokemon bugging you here. Soon enough, you'll bump into a researcher which was attacked by Team Magma/Aqua. This will be your first ever meeting with Team Magma/Aqua, but it certainly won't be the last. Team Magma/Aqua Pokemon: Poocyhena After defeating him, make your way out of teh forest. There are parts of the forest which you will need cut in order to access it. Come back later to acess this area and grab some items. D. Rustboro City Significant Places: Devon Corp, Rostboro Gym, Cutter house Rustboro City is among one of the biggest city in the game. On the North-East, is the building where you will get your Poke-Navi later on the game-the Devon Corp. Heal your Pokemon and head to the gym. The Gym is awfully similar to Pewter City Gym in term of layout and even the type used. Rustboro Gym Gym Leader: Roxeanne Type: Rock Badge: Stone Badge Pokemon: Geodude lvl 14 Nosepass lvl 15 This could be hard, especially if you choose Torchic as your starting Pokemon. However, if you level up enough during your journey here, you should be able to beat the gym leader and get your first badge and TM 37. If your starter is Torchic, I would recommend to level it up and evlove it immediately into a Combusken in order for it to learn Double Kick which will be helpful against Rock type. After you step out of the gym, you will see one of team Magma/Aqua member. He will head North, followed by a man in the green suit that you encountered earlier in the forest. Make your way to a tunnel, North-East of the city. Here the man earlier whom you saved in Petalburg Woods will tell you that team Magma/Aqua has run off with the Devon package. In front of the cave's entrance, you will see an old man called Mr Briney that tells you that his Wingull was taken hostage by Team Magma/Aqua. So, go inside and fight the member of Team Magma/Aqua. Once you've beaten Team Aqua/Magma talk again to the guy in Rustboro city who inform you about Team Aqua/Magma. He will take you to a building, the Devon corporation and give you a Poke-Navi-A new version of pokegear in which you can see the map for your reward of beating team Aqua/Magma. The president of the company will also give to you two things to deliver. One for the champ of Pokemon Leauge, and the other, the Devon package itself for Captain Slate in Slateport City ______________ /Poke Navigator\ ================ Here the features of te Poke Navigator 1. Hoenn Map-Choosing this option will display the map of Hoenn and your current location. 2. Condition - This will show your Pokemon constest stats as well as other Pokemon that have been in a contest before. 3. Trainer-eye-this shows you all trainer that you have fought. There are 70 trainers in total, and you get an additional star if you managed to find all of them. You can battle that trainer again if a pokeball symbol is flashing beside their name. 4. Exit 5. Ribbon- this option will show all the Pokemon that have gotten their ribbon. This option only available if your Pokemon has gotten at least one ribbon. Before continuing any further make sure you get HM 01 from the house beside Rustboro Pokemon Center. HM 01 is CUT, you can use it to cut bushes as well as grasses. After rescuing Wingull, it's time to take the rough sea. Go back to Touka Forest and went back to the entrance. (the entrance that is near the beach). Near the forest, there is a house belonging to the old man which Wingull you rescued from Team aqua/Magma earlier. Talk to the Man, and he'll take you to Dewford Town. E. Dewford Town Places of interest: Dewford Hall, Granite Cave, Dewford Gym Not much to do there, except that you might want to fight some trainers in the North. There is a cave up north. Leave this for a while. Talk to the fisherman by the Pokemon Center to get an old rod. There's a building called Dewford Hall, grabbed the TM 36- Sludge Bomb and run. (everyone here's is obsessed with something :P). Anyway, you could also get a silk scarf from the man living on the house by the jetty. Dewford Town Gym This is a fighting Gym. At first it might be hard to see anything as everything is dark. However, the light is slowly lit once you beat the Junior Trainers. Gym Leader:Brawly Type: Fighting Badge: Knuckle Badge Pokemon Machop lvl 17 Makuhita lvl 18 It should not be hard to beat this Gym Leader. A Fying Pokemon will be a great help here. So get a Kadabra (If you managed to capture an Abra from the cave). After the battle, the gym leader will give you TM 08-Bulk Up. Head to the cave North-west of the Island, the Granite Cave, and make your way through until you meet Steven. Once you delivered the memo, the champ will left after giving you TM 47 Go out and now you're ready for the next part of the journey. Make sure you get the HM 05 FLASH from a hiker inside the cave. HM 05 FLASH would be able to be used to light up caves. Once you have delivered the memo, talked to the Mr Briney who brought you here with a boat. A second option to go to Slateport city will be available. Hop on the boat, and you'll end up in a beach. Fight the trainers for some experience and make your way north to the next city. In fact, by defeating all the trainer in the beach you'll get something from Mr.Sea. F. Slateport City. You will find Team Magma/Aqua crowding around a building. That's the ocean museum. If you tried to get out of the city and head North, you'll find your way blocked by several minions of team Magma/Aqua. There is also a contest house here. (the red building). In this house, you could participate in the contest. However, you would need to obtain the contest pass first from Verdanturf Town. Talk to the little girl to obtain Pokeblock Case. By obtaining this, you would be able to blend berry using the berry blender. With this, you will also be able to enter the Safari Zone. (later in the game). This is a key item that you definitely must get. So, in Slateport city, head for a building that resemble a warehouse and talk to the man with the balding head called Dock. He will tell you that Capt Slate is nowhere to be seen. Now head back to the Ocean Museum. You'll discover that team Magma/Aqua has entered the museum. The Ocean Museum is full of Team Magma/Aqua member. Talk to one of the member at the ground floor. He will remember you as the little twerp whom he fought earlier. He'll give you TM 46 (Thief). By using this TM you'll be able to steal item off wild Pokemon. Head for the stairs and talk to the scientist. Suddenly, two Team Magma/Aqua member will come and you will fight them. After beating them, the leader of Team Magma/Aqua will come, and they will teleport away. By doing this, you'll rescue Dr Slate who'll be thanking you for the Devon package. Heal your Pokemon and head North. You will find that now team Magma/Aqua is not blocking your way anymore. So just went straight and turn right. Here you will battle your rival once again. His/Her starter Pokemon will have evolved by now. So make sure that you levelled up for this fight. After you managed to beat your rival, you can continue. She'll give you an itemfinder. Using thsi itemfinder, you could detect wether there is a hidden item nearby. Now, just continue along route 110 and you will find yourself in Mauville City. At the junction between route 103 and 110, there's a trick house. Look for more details about it in the trick house section of this FAQ. G. Mauville City There is a bike shop here. Talk to the owner, and he will give you an acro bike in which you can hop around. There are two choices, the Mach bike and the Acro bike. The Mach bike could be used to get past ledges and mud-ramp, whereas the Acro bike could be used to hop around and could be used to get past the white ramp. To view the manual for both bike, check the notes on the table. Now you will be able to enter the bicycle-only route. Not much there, except some trainers which you can battle. It's also serves as a shortcut from Mauville to Slateport and vice versa. In front of the gym, you will meet Wally, the guy who you encountered at Petalburg City gym earlier. He insisted to challenge the gym leader despite the objection of his uncle. To prove himself, he will challenge you for a battle. His Pokemon will be a level 16 Ralts. It shouldn't be hard if you can make it so far into the game. Now head to the gym. This gym is an electric gym, so if you have ground/Rock Pokemon it will be a great help here. You'll need to zig-zagged you way through before you reach the gym leader. Gym leader: Wattson Type: Electric Badge: Dynamo Badge Pokemon: Magnemite lvl 22 Voltorb lvl 20 Magneton lvl 23 This should be easy, especially if you have a fire Pokemon in your team. Use a fire Pokemon to finish off Magnemite and Magneton. After winning the battle, you will get the badge as well as TM 34. If you start out iwth Mudkip and has evolved it, this battle will be a breeze. After you have beaten the gym leader, talk to the scientist living on the house right of the shop in the town and he will give you HM 06 Rock Smash. With Rock Smash, you can destroy rocks and you can continue to north to route 111. H. Fiery Path After walking for sometime you will arrive at a junction. One to the left and one ahead. As for now, you cannot choose to go ahead as the sandstorm will be blocking you. Now, Go and enter the cave. There are paths blocked by a boulder which you can't move yet since you didn't have strength yet. Find your way to the exit and just follow the path until you encounter a town. Before that, you might want to get TM 43 from the trainer in front of the big tree. Along the way, you will passed an area covered with Volcaninc Ash (Route 113). At Route 1113, lie the Glass Workshop. Talk to the owner who will give you a soot sack. Using this soot sack, you could collect ashes while walking in ash-covered grasses. You could exchange this ashes for Flutes, as well as secret base decorations. The flute works just like Pokeflute, for example blue flute awakens a sleeping Pokemon, and Red Flut cancels out the effect of attract. Yellow Flute 250 ashes Red Flute 500 ashes Blue Flute 500 ashes White Flute 1000 ashes Black Flute 1000 ashes Pretty Chair 6000 ashes Pretty Desk 8000 ashes I. Fallarbor Town Not much to do here. Get the TM 28 Dig from the small boy in one of the house. There are however, the move tutor. (For explanation on the move tutor, refer to the sub-section on miscallenaous section). In one of the house, you will learn from the girl there that a scientist called Professor Cosmo has gone to the golden cave in the south. After you have rescued the scientist, go back and talk to him to get a TM. Ouside the town, is Mayumi's house. She is Ru/Sa version of Bill in this game. After you meet her, your Pokemon box PC will be renamed LANETTE's PC. Heal your Pokemon, stock up on the potions and left the town. After passing the bridge, you should find yourself among a rocky terrain. Find your way through and you should find the Meteor Falls J. Meteor Falls Enter the cave, and you will see team Aqua talking to a scientist. Soon, Team Magma will confront team Aqua and both of them will left. Talk to the scientist, and you will learn that team Magma/Aqua has run off with a meteorite. Now, continue walking. The cave is a short one, and you should be able to go out of it effortlessly. Now you will find yourself back on the path to Rustboro City. From Rustboro city, make your way back to Mauville City by going to Shidake Town. To go there, head East from Rustboro City and use rock smash on the boulder. You will get HM 04 Strength for smashing the boulder, however you can't use them yet until you beat the 4th gym. From Verdanturf town, just continue Eastward until you reach Mauville. From Mauville city, head North until you arrive at the cave again. This time go to the house to take the cable car. K. Mt Chimney Once you stepped out of the cable car, it will be on a volcano that was snowing. You will see members of Team Magma and Aqua seems to be having a fight. You cannot go to the town yet, as team Aqua/Magma is blocking the way. Head up, and fight the Team Aqua/Magma members on the way. At the top, you will find Archie/Maxie (leader of Aqua/Magma team) near the stolen meteorite. Defeat him, and he will left the volcano. The leader of the other team will come and thank you for beating his opponent. Team Aqua battle Mightyena lvl 24 Golbat lvl 24 Sharpedo lvl 24 Now with team Magma and Aqua gone you should be able to continue further down to the town through the Jagged Path Jagged Path Nothing interesting here, you should be able to find your way to Lavaridge town effortlessly. L. Lavaridge Town It will be helpful if you have a water Pokemon here, as your next fight will be a Fire Gym. Enter the gym, and you will notice something like a spring in each section. This is just like Sabrina's Gym in R/B/Y and G/S/C. Walking to the hot spring in the gym will teleport you to the other section. Work your way to the gym leader, and defeat it. Now you should be able to use strength outside battle. If the area here seems foggy and you are using the emulator, check the FAQ section. Gym Leader :Flannery Type: Fire Badge: Heat Badge Pokemon Slugma lvl 26 Slugma lvl 26 Torkoal lvl 28 Use Water Pokemon or Rock Pokemon here. After you managed to defeat him, you'll receive TM 50 which contain Overheat, a move more powerful than Fire Blast in term of base damage. However, it gets weaker each turn. This battle should be a breeze if you leveeled up enough. Once you stepped out of the gym, Haruka will come and give you a Go-Google. Now you can go through the desert to collect the fossils. You can take the fossils to Rustboro City to revive them. Before you go, don't forget to collect Wynaut egg's which is pre-evolution of Wobbuffet from a lady on the back of Pokemon Center. As you might have known, with Rock smash you will be able to smash the rock hat block the cave in which you rescue the old man's Wingull. You'll find a blackbelt showing his frustation at not being able to meet his lover thanks to the rock. This will lead to Verdanturf town. However, to fight the next gym leader you must head back to Touka City. The first city with a gym). When you break the rock, the blackbelt will give you HM 04 STRENGTH in return for destroying the rock that block the way between Rustboro City and Mauville City. M. Petalburg City once more Make your way into the gym. Once you stepped into the gym, you will be able to see two doors. One on the left and one on the right. this is the basic structure for each room in the gym. Take the right one, and you will find yourself in another similar room. You need to beat the Junior Trainer before the doors will show up. There are two types of doors, "accuracy" and "speed." You should be able to find the gym leader easily, and the type that this gym is using is normal type, so Fighting Pokemon will come handy here. Gym Leader: Norman Type: Normal Badge: Balance Badge Pokemon: Slaking lvl 28 Vigoroth lvl 30 Slaking lvl 31 Slaking is one of the Pokemon with the highest attack in the game. Finish him as fast as possible before it can cause serious damage to your Pokemon. It characteristic make it it will only attack each odd turn. With one of the most powerful attack in the game, your best shot at betaing him would be using a Pokemon that could knock him as fast as possible or using a ghost type. You'll receive TM 42 for beating the gym leader. Another strategy would be to used detect for every odd turn that Slaking attack. Once you've beaten the gym leader, you can use surf outside battle. Now go out of the gym and enter Wally's house on the left. Talk to the man (Waly's father) and he will give you HM 03 Surf. Teach your Pokemon surf (if you do not have any water Pokemon, catch that racoon Pokemon). Now make your way to Mauville City (The city where you get the bicycle), either passing Oldale City or Verdanturf Town. Once you are in Mauville City, exit the city using the East exit. Here with surf you can cross the water and end up on the other side. Walk further right and go up when you arrive at a junction. Walk your way up through the routes until you see a building. Here you will meet Team Magma/Aqua once again. If you need to heal your Pokemon, go to the bed in the left side of the building. Fight the Team Magma/Aqua members on the first floor, and take the stairs. Defeat team Magma/Aqua including their leader. Talk to the scientist, and he'll give you the elusive weather Pokemon-Castform. Now you can go past the bridge which was earlier blocked by two team Magma/Aqua members. You'll soon meet your rival once more. Defeat him/her, and you'll get HM 02 Fly. Now you can fly to the previous town that you've visited. N. Fortree City You will end up in a city soon. However, if you tried to go to the gym you will find something is blocking you. So, go out of the city to the east and continue on until you reach a bridge. Here you'll met Steven once more. He told you that it was Kecleon, the chameleon Pokemon that was camouflaging as an invisible wall. Upon this, you will fight a lvl 30 Kecleon. Defeat/capture it, and go back to the town. Steven will give you a Devon Scope. By having this, you'll be able to see the Kecleon. Now you will be able to enter the gym. The gym specializes in Flying type, and involve a few puzzle to solve before you'll be able to reach the gym leader. Gym Leader : Winona Type: Flying Badge: Feather Badge Pokemon Swellow Lvl 31 Pelliper Lvl 30 Skarmory Lvl 30 Altaria Lvl33 Use an Electric Pokemon to take out Pelipper and Swellow. Fire Pokemon for Skarmory, and an Ice Pokemon will do the job for Altaria. You will get TM 40 for beating her. Now, make your way out of the town along the path. After walking for a while, you will see two team Magma/Aqua members rushing down the path. You'll overheard their conversation that they are heading for Mt Pyre. anyway, now you can choose to go to Safari Zone, to Lilicove City to heal your Pokemon, or to give the team Magma/Aqua a chase. If you want to go to Safari Zone, you'll need Pokeblock Blender from the little girl in Slateport Contest house. O. Mt Pyre and the Orbs Now make your way down the road until you reach a lake. Surf to the center, and find an entrance to a building. The interior of the building will remind you of pokemon tower in R/B/Y version of pokemon. Just like Pokemon tower, you'll be able to catch Ghost Pokemon here. You can also get Sea Incense and Lax Incense which are necessary in order to get Azzuril and Wynaut. Enter the place. This is Hoenn version of Pokemon Tower. Ghost Pokemon will be floating around, so if you want one, this is a good place to catch them. Instead of climbing the stair, exit the tower using the other doorway. You will end up in a mountain. Go up to find and old couple and Team Magma/Aqua. As always, blast them away and talk to the old couple which will give you a blue/red orb (depending on the version) in return for helping them. By stealing the orb, Team Magma/Aqua had upset the balance of nature in Hoenn. The two orbs have always been used to keep the nature's balance in Hoenn, now with team Aqua/Magma stealing it, a catsthrope seems inevitable. If you want to learn more about this, talk to the old man who will tell you the story about Kyogre and Groudon. Before you leave, you might want to check the grassy area here, to find for the rare psychic Pokemon - Chimecho. Now head back to Slateport City. (City with Ocean Museum). Go to the pier North East of the town. You will find a crowd there. A discovery has been made. An underwater cave at route 128 has appeared. Talk to the Capt Slate and enter the building. You will see the leader of Team Magma/aqua (You do not fight him this time though), and he will escape using a submarine. Now it's time to give team Magma/Aqua the chase. P. Lilicove City After you have done all of the above, now head to Lilicove City. Go to the Dept store in the North of the city. You'll find your rival waiting there. Defeat Him/Her, and head to the eastern part of the town which is a coast. Rival Battle: May/Brendan If you choose Treecko as your starter: Swellow lvl 31 Wailmer lvl 32 Shroomish lvl 32 Combusken lvl 34 If you choose Torchic as your starter: Swellow lvl 31 Numel lvl 32 Shroomish lvl 32 Marshtomp lvl 34 If you choose Mudkip as your starter: Swellow lvl 31 Numel lvl 32 Wailmer lvl 32 Grovyle lvl 34 Use Surf to the north and you'll see a cave which is the base of Team Aqua/Magma. Enter and beat the living daylight of them. Make sure you get the Master ball. Once you've beaten the leader, you'll never be able to get back to this place again. Now you'll be able to surf further to the right. So Surf your way to the next town. You might also want to fight some swimmers along the way. Lilicove City Dept Store Minamo City Dept Store is the biggest Pokemart in the region. No Pokemon game is complete without the presence of mart that rivals those the like of Celadon and Goldenrod Pokemart. First Floor: Nothing here, this is the lobby. Head left for the lift and right for the stairs. Second Floor: All your daily trainers need. pokeball, Antidote. This floor has them all. Third Floor: This is the right place to buy items to enhance your Pokemon ability. Items such as Carbos and Calcium will delight your Pokemon. The items are a little bit pricey though. Fourth floor: Definitely a section where the battler will love. You can buy TM here, such as Hyper Beam. The TM that is sold here, definitely are those that you won't encounter often in the wild. Fifth Floor: The haven of all Secret Base Lover. From Pokedoll to picture, this section is the perfect place to buy decoration items for your secret base. Q. Mossdeep City and the final showdown The 7th gym battle (at last!). You might want to get a good rod from the fisherman in one of the house there. Not much to do in the city. Heal your Pokemon and head for the gym. Here you need to pull down all the four switch first to be able to reach the gym leader. In my opinion, this is the most unique and the hardest gym leader battle. Unlike other gym leader fight, you will fight a 2 on 2 battle. In fact, this is the only times where you will fight the gym leader in a 2 on 2 battle. Gym Leader : Liza and Tate Type: Psychic Type: 2 on 2 battle Badge: Mind Badge Pokemon: Lunatone lvl 42 Solarock lvl 42 This could be a though battle. Send out Water Pokemon if you have one. Try to take down the weaker of the two first (Solarock), and you should be able to handle the other one quite easily. You'll get TM 04 for winning the battle. Now, Go to the house North-West of the Pokemon Center.This is Daigo's house. He will give you HM 08. With this HM, you'll be able to dive underwater in a deeper water (the darker blue color). Now Rune City, the place of the last gym will be accesible. You can go there if you wish. However, there are nothing you can do at the moment as the gym is locked. The Final Showdown against Magma/Aqua - Seafloor Cavern. Surf to the South and dive underwater if you see a deeper area of water. Find a cave with a submarines and suberged back. Now continue surfing and you'll find yourself in a cave. Be prepared to fight your final showdown against Team Magma/Aqua. Make sure you bring a Pokemon that knows strength and Rock Smash, as you will need them to progress further down the cave. On the first chamber you will see two boulders and one rock. Go to the left, smash the rock and push the boulder down. Now head to the right and push the right boulder to the right. By doing this, you could continue straight. Fight the trainer and go to the nect chamber using the cave opening instead of climbing the stairs. Here, you will see something like this: (#) - Boulder # - Rock XXX- Wall ! - You are here (7)# (6) XXXX XXXXX XXXX (4) (5) XXXX XXXXX XXXX (3) (2) (1) XXXX XXXXX ! XXXX Push Boulder no 1 up, head left and oush Boulder 2 to the left. Now continue upwards and push Boulder 4 to make the way. Go to the boulder 5 and push it all the way to the right. Head up and push Boulder 6 up. Finally, head left, smash the rock and push Boulder 7 out of the way to go into the next chamber. Here, you'll be in a room with 1 Pokeball. It contain TM 26, Earthquake. Continue to the next room. (7) (8) (9) (5) (6) (3) (4) (2) -------(1) ! Push boulder 1 one square up, Push boulder 2 one sqaure right. push Boulder 3 to the left. Push Boulder 6 to the right. Finally push boulder 9 to the right. (9)(A) (B)(C) (6)(7)(8) (4) (5) (1)(2)(3) ! Push boulder 2 up one square, Push Boulder 1 and 3 to the side. Push boulder 2 aside. Push boulder 7 up. Push Boulder 6 and 8 to the side. Push boulder 7 again up one square. Push both Boulder A and B up. Now push boulder 7 either to the left or right. Now you should end up in a chamber full with mist. Make your way down the flight of stairs. In the centre, you will see a lava/lake with Groudon/Kyogre. Go near it (at the center), and Archie/Maxie will suddenly appear. Time for final battle vs Team Aqua/Magma. Aqua Leader Archie Mightyena lvl 41 Crobat lvl 41 Sharpedo lvl 43 Magma Leader Maxie Mightyena lvl 41 Crobat lvl 41 Camerupt lvl 43 Defeat the leader, and the whole place will shook and the legendary Pokemon make it's exit. Soon, a leader of the rival group will arrive and you'll find yourself in the sea. If you are playing Sapphire, the seas will be stormy due to Kyogre's escape. If you are playing Ruby the weather will turn extrely sunny due to Groudon escape. Suddenly, Steven will come and explained to you that the Legendary Pokemon has been awakened and it has cause a major climate catasthrope in the region. Now, you must head for Sootopolis City to stop this mess. R. Sootopolis City Head to the left part to the town until you see Steven talking to someone. This is the gym leader of Sootopolis - Wallace. After this, Wallace will take you to the cave which you couldn't enter previously. Cave of Origin HM needed: Flash Enter the cave and make your way to the bottom. Make sure you bring with you a Pokemon who knows Flash. Here you will find the legendary Pokemon that escaped previously. In order to progress in the game, you need to defeat or capture the Pokemon. It will be at level 45, and it will be a major boost to your team if you managed to catch it. Also, remember to get HM 07 Waterfall from the cave. Back to Sootopolis Now heal your Pokemon, and head to the gym. You need to solve a puzzle to get to the gym leader. In order for a ladder to apear, you need to step one every single block of ice, and a ladder will appear. Otherwise, you'll fall down to a place infested with junior trainers. Get your electric Pokemon out to beat the gym as it is a Water gym. Now you'll be able to use waterfall outside battle. With 8 badges you can go to the Pokemon leauge now. 8th gym puzzle: You'll be familiar with this puzzle if you have played Zelda: Link to the past before. Follow the numerical value from the lowest to the highest to get through the puzzle. For the third puzzle, follow it in alphabetical order first before numerical value. #=Rock 1st puzzle An easy one 6 7 # 5 4 3 # 1 2 In other words: up, right, up, left, left, up, right 2nd puzzle A little bit challenging 6 7 8 19 18 17 16 5 # 9 10 11 12 15 4 3 2 1 # 13 14 In other words: up, left, left, left, up, up, right, right, down, right, right, right, down, right, up, up, left, left, left 3rd puzzle The hardest 5 6 9 10 13 14 Q P M L K 4 7 8 11 12 ## R O N # J 3 2 Y X U T S D E F I # 1 Z W V A B C # G H In other words: up, right, right, up, right, right, down, right, up, up, up, left, left, down, left, up, left, down, down, left, left, down, left, up, left, down, left, up, left, up, up, right, down, right, up, right, down, right, up, right Gym Leader: Wallace Type: Water Badge:Rain Badge Pokemon: Luvdisc lvl 40 Whiscash lvl 42 Sealo lvl 40 Seaking lvl 42 Milotic lvl 43 It will be an easy battle if you have an electric Pokemon. If you are playing Ruby, you might want to send Groudon out first for the sunny day effect. If you win the battle, the gym leader will give you TM 03. S. The Last route to Victory - Ever Grande HM needed: Everything except Cut, Fly Now get out of the city and surf eastward until you encounter a waterfall. Now that you've earned your 8th badge you can climb the waterfall. You'll end up in front of a cave and there are also a Pokemon center to heal your Pokemon. This will be the last cave before you'll reach the new Pokemon Leauge. The Trainer and the wild Pokemon here will be stronger than any Pokemon that you've fought previously. This is also a great place to train before your final challenge. Work your way to the exit. You might need to use Flash in order to lighten up the cave. There are loads of level 30+ and 40 + Pokemon here. You might want to get some if you still need some pokemon to fill up your team. Victory Road consist of three level, ground floor, Basment 1, and Basement 2. You'll need Flash for the basements. Both entrance and exit are located in the ground level. However, this is blocked by ledges which require you to go to the basement in order to reach the exit. Once you enter the Cave, head north until you see a flight of stairs. Climb it and follow through the path. Fight the trainer and go down the ladder. Here, head south and push the boulder aside. Afterwards head east and you'll be blocked by a rock. Smash it to go through and climb the stairs. Follow the path and go down the stair t ofigh a cooltrainer. Head South following the path until you see a ladder. Climb down the ladder to get to Basement 2 Here, go north fighting a trainer on your way. You'll meet a small lake. USe surf, and head west until you see a patch of land wit hstairs leading to basement 1. Climb the ladder. Head South and to the East. Push the boulders and teh rock aside and climb the ladder to go to the ground floor. You are almost on your way to the exit now. climb the stairs north of you and just follow the path. Before the exit of the cave, you'll battle Wally once more. So make sure to heal your team. Wally Altaria lvl 47 Delcatty lvl 46 Roselia lvl 47 Magneton lvl 44 Gardevoir lvl 48 You should heal your Pokemon before the battle. You can't lose here, or else you'll have to start the voctory road from the beginning again. Defeat him, and get out of the cave. The Leauge Once you've managed to get out of the cave, you will find a huge building. This is the Pokemon leauge and your final challenge. Heal your Pokemon and stock up on healing item such as Full restore and revive. You should be able to beat the elite four using a level 45-55 Pokemon. If you think that your Pokemon isn't strong enough, you can left the League and come back later. You can fly there easily, by fying to the top part of Ever Grande City on the map. Now talk to the twins and they will let you past. Walk straight until you reach the first arena. T. Elite Four Here, you will battle the elite four, and the champ. Each of the elite four will have 5 Pokemon, whereas the champ will used 6 Pokemon. Here are my recommended types to have: Fire Fighting Electric Ice First: Sidney Type: Dark Pokemon: Mightyena lvl 46 Shiftry lvl 48 Cacturne lvl 46 Sharpedo lvl 48 Absol lvl 49 Use a Fighting Pokemon to finish off Mightyena and Absol. Fire Pokemon for Shiftry and Cacturne. While for Samehadda you might want to use an electric type to beat him. Head for the next room for the next battle. Second: Phoebe Type: Ghost Pokemon: Dusclops lvl 48 Banette lvl 49 Sableye lvl 50 Banette lvl 49 Dusclops lvl 51 Ghost Pokemon could cause you some problem. Unlike in R/B/Y where they have poison as their second type, ground move won't work that effectively anymore. Send your strongest Pokemon to win this battle. Otherwise use psychic except for battle against Sableye which is part Dark. Head for the next room for the next battle. Third: Glacia Type: Ice Pokemon: Glalie lvl 50 Sealo lvl 50 Glalie lvl 52 Sealo lvl 52 Walrein lvl 53 Get those Fire and Electric Pokemon for this match. Use a Fire pokemon to beat both Glalie, as for Sealo and Walrein, send an electric Pokemon that can finish them in one hit, or else you'll be in trouble when they attack with their ice move. send out an Electric Pokemon against the Sealo family, but make sure you finish the job in one turn before they can use Ice beam on you. Head for the next room for the next battle. Fourth: Drake Type: Dragon Pokemon: Shelgon lvl 52 Altaria lvl 54 Flygon lvl 53 Flygon lvl 53 Salamence lvl 55 If you are playing Sapphire and have captured Kyogre, this battle should be a breeze. Use an Ice move to defeat all the Dragon Pokemon and soon you'll be on your way to fight the Champ. Now, it's time to battle Daigo the Pokemon champ. You have met him throughout your journey, and it's time to battle him. Champ: Steven Type: Steel, Ground Pokemon Skarmory lvl 57 Aggron lvl 56 Claydoll lvl 55 Cradily lvl 56 Armaldo lvl 56 Metagross lvl 58 Fire would be extremely useful in dealing with Metagross and Skarmory. For Agrron and Armaldo, use a fighting Pokemon like Hariyama. Use a Water Pokemon for Claydol. As for Lileep use an Ice Pokemon to finish it. After you succesfully beat the elite four plus the champ, Professor Birch and your rival will arrive (Don't worry, you do not need to fight her/him). After some dialogue, the champ will take you into the hall of fame where the trainer and their Pokemon will be honoured. Now you can check your Pokemon that have been included in the hall of fame by checking your Poke-Navi. Now, Watch the ending rolls, it will show all the Pokemon that you have gotten so far in the game, as well as all the people in the production team. The End? Not yet, there are still some things you can do within your game. After you continue your game, you'll end up in your room. Go down the stairs and your father will give you an S.S ticket. Using this ticket, you'll be able to visit the battle tower on board the S.S. Tidal ================= 4. Miscellanous ================= Below are some miscallenous info about thing to do while playing the game and after beating the game. A. Back in Littleroot Town Once you continue the game, you'll end up in your room in Littleroot Town. Now go down the stairs. Here, you will see The fihft gym leader (which is also your father) and your mom talking. The fifth gym leader will walk up to you and handed you a boat ticket. You can use this boat ticket to go from Slateport City to Lilicove City and the reverse. You can also go to battle tower. To hop on the boat go to the harbor in the two cities mentioned. B. Safari Zone The new safari zone in Hoenn is located near Lilycove city. Here you can capture some Pokemon such as Rhyhorn, Girafarig. First of all, to enter Safari zone you need to have Pokeblock Blender that you get from a girl in Slateport City. Once inside the safari zone, the format is the same like safari zone in R/B/Y. You will be given 30 Safari ball, and you cannot use any Pokemon to weaken the opposing Pokemon. There are three main areas in Safari Zone. In the first area, you can catch Wobbuffet, as well as Pikachu. To go to the second area, you would need to get an Acro Bike. Went to the white ramp, and to get to the other side press B+the direction you want it to hop simultaneously. (you must get the timing right in order for this to work). In this second area, you will able to catch Pokemon such as Heracross and Phanphy. To get to the third area, you will need a fast bike. Go to the mud-slide and use your Mach Bike to climb it. In this area you will be able to catch Pinsir. Pokemon catchable in Safari Zone: Psyduck Golduck Rhyhorn (3rd area) Phanphy (2nd area) Heracross (2nd area) Pinsir (3rd area) Pikachu Oddish Gloom Girafarig Natu Xatu Wobbufett Magikarp Goldeen Seaking Doduo Dodrio C. Sky Pillar and Pacifidlog Town Previously, before you beat the elite four you can go to this town. However, you can only knows about the existence of a secret island then. Now that you've beaten the elite four, you can go to the secret island. Now, before you do anything else, go to Slateport city and head to the bike shop. Talk to the man, and you will receive a fast bike. Go back to Pacifidlog Town, and surf eastward. Surf around there and you'll find a patch of land with a cave. Go through the cave, and you'll end up in another place. walk a bit and you'll see a tower. Sky Pillar. First Floor This is straightforward, go to the stairs. Second Floor You might have notice that crack in the floor. To be able to get past them, you need your fast bike. After you managed to get through all the crack, head for the stairs Third Floor. There are two stairs here beside the one that you entered from. Go to the right stairs, as the middle stairs is blocked. Fourth Floor Probably the trickiest part of all. This will require you to get through all the crack at one go. You can't stop, or else your bike will lost its momentum. Go to the middle roughly where the area of the middle stairs in the previous floor, and drop down. Third Floor Go to the stairs Fourth floor Once you stepped out of the stairs, move to the left and climb the stairs. Fifth Floor This is as straightforward as the first floor, just find another stairs up Sixth Floor Be prepared to fight another Legendary Pokemon Rayquaza lvl 70 This Pokemon is a Dragon/Flying legendary Pokemon. However, it has some Dragon move as well. Also in terms of stats this Pokemon is the strongest the game. Use an electric Pokemon to chip down his HP. and keep trying to throw Pokeball. D. The Three Regi The Regi are the new legendary trio Pokemon in the game. To get them, you must do certain things. First, you need to catch a Relicanth and a Wailord. Now, go to Pacifidlog Town, and surf to the west. You'll encounter water with strong current here, make your way to the spot where you can dive. Dive underwater and keep going till you see an inscription in braille. Emerge back and you'll find yourself in a cave filled with brailles. If you translate this, the braille will gives you the alphabet. Location of Relicanth (coelancatch Pokemon): Underwater, near the 8th gym. (it's quite uncommon) Location of Wailord: Evolve it from Wailmer which could be found from Route 122 using a good rod. You could also try fishing at route 129. Wailord is quite rare there. Go to the middle slate of the braille and use dig. This should break open the stuff. Go into the next room, and put Relicanth as your first Pokemon, and Wailord as the last Pokemon in your party. Press on the slate, and now there should be an earthquake. There should be a message saying that a door was heard to be opened somewhere. Now leave the cave to capture the three Regi. Now, to find Regice, go back to Dewford Town, and surf to the North. Surf around until you find a little island with a guy surrounded in trees. Now go left and keep surfing up. You'll find yourself in an island with small mountain. Go in, stand in the middle of the braille wall, and press A. Patience is golden, so wait for a few minute and a door leading to a lvl 40 Regi-Ice will appear. Go to the Safari zone, and go left instead of entering until you see a stairs. With a super Nerd standing near it. go up the stairs and continue north. You'll find yourself in an area that's raining. As usual you'll encounter the braille, in the cave. Go to the middle of the cave and use fly. Go to the next room, and Regi-Steel should be there now. Go to Fallarbor Town. go right, until you reach a desert where you find the fossil. you should get into another mound and an entrance. go to the middle of the braille slate. Move to the right twice, and down twice, use strength and a door leading to Regi-Rock will appear. E. Shoal Cave Shoal cave is located north of Mossdeep City. When it is high tide, the cave is flooded and you will be able to get 4 blue crystal. When it's low tide, you'll be able to get items such as TM 02 Dragon Claw. The cave is also the nest of ice Pokemon such as Snorunt. If you gave the 4 blue crystal and salts to the old man when the cave is flooded, you'll get a shell bell which have a somewhat similar effect as leftovers. F. Latias and Latios To capture Latias and Latios, you need some luck. If you know about the three legendary dogs in crystal, you should know what comes ahead. Battle with Latias and Latios are random anywhere on grassy area in Hoenn. It is recommended that you carry a master ball along if you haven't used it on Rayquaza. If you are playing Ruby, you'll be able to capture Latios in the wild. Whereas if you are playing Sapphire you'll be able to capture Latias. In addition to that, you'll be able to capture the other Lati*s (depending on the version of the game at Southern Island). G. Meteor Falls The Dragon cave, is located at route 115. It is the place where Dragon trainers train and the only place where you get Bagon. H. Battle Tower After you have received the boat ticket, you will be able to go to the Battle Tower. I'm still quite not sure on how the new battle Tower works, but it appear that you can compete in two categories, "up to level 50" and up to level 100. Another thing to taken note of, is that you can't use any of the legendaries Pokemon in the battle tower. So the following Pokemon are not allowed in battle tower: Regi Steel, Regi Ice, Regi Rock, Kyogre, Groudon, Requaza, Jirrachi, Deoxys. You'll fight a 7 consecutive random battle. Below are my battle tower team: Wobbuffet Encore Counter Mirror Coat Destiny Bond Starmie Surf Thunderbolt Psychic Ice Beam Blaziken Flamethrower Aerial Ace Brick BReaker Sunny Day TIPs: Try to bring a team that could cover as many weakness as possible. By winning 50 vitories in a row and 100 victories in a row, you'll be able to get Silver Shield and Gold shield respectively. They are secret base decorations. I. Hidden Machine In total, there are 8 HM in this game. Each time you beat a gym ,you'll be able to use a HM outside a battle. There is one new HM, Dive which will allow you to dive underwater, and now Rock Smash is a HM. However, HM 06, Whirlpool is missing from the game. Here are the list of the HM. HM 01 Cut - With this HM, you can cut some trees Location: House Beside Rustboro Pokemon Center HM 02 Fly - You can fly back to all the town you have been previously Location: You receive this from your rival after beating him/her in the bridge west of Fortree City HM 03 Surf - Allow your Pokemon to surf in the water Location: House beside Petalburg City gym HM 04 Strength - Allow your Pokemon to move boulders Location: Destroy the rock in the cave where you recue Wingull earlier HM 05 Flash - Lighten up light in dark caves Location: Hiker in the cave North-West of the second gym HM 06 Rock Smash - Allow your Pokemon to smash rocks Location: Mauville City, House east of the shop HM 07 Waterfall - Allow your Pokemon to climb waterfall Location: Kyogre/Groudon Lair HM 08 Dive - With this. you'll be able to dive underwater Location: Mossdeep City, Steven's house J. Evolution stone Below are the location of some evolution stone. (e-mail me if you know more about it) Thunder Stone-Power Plant Water Stone-Wrecked Ship Fire Stone- fiery Path Leaf Stone-Route 119 (surf down the river west of Fortree City) Moon Stone - Meteor Falls, steal from Lunatone Sun Stone - Lilycove City space research center, steal from Solrock) Everstone - Granite Cave, steal from Geodude if you found some colour fragments, you can exchange it with a man at water route 124 (there is a houses) near Mossdeep City. the fragments can be found under water.(red fragment for fire, green for leaf, blue for water, yellow for thunder, an so on). K. Fossils In Ru/Sa, there are two new fossil you can get, the root fossil and the claw fossil. To get them, go to the upper-right corner of the dessert. Just like Helix fossil and Dome fossil in R/B/Y, you can only choose one of the two fossil. Once you have them, go to Kanazumi city and enter the building in which you get your Poke-Navi (It's in the western part of the town). Go to second floor, and talk to the scientist. Make sure you have an extra space in your team to get the resurrected prehistoric Pokemon. Come back to the building after some time, and your fossil should have been brought to life by now. The Pokemon that you will get will be a lvl 20 Lileep/Anorith (depending on the fossil you chose earlier). They will evolve at level 40. If you choose the claw fossil, you'll be able to get Anorith. If you choose the Root fossil you'll be able to get Lileep. Anorith is a rock/bug type, whereas Lileep is a rock/bug type. L. New Mauville Items: Escape Rope, Full Heal, Paralyze Heal, Thunderstone New Mauville is located just south of Mauville City. You need to get the Basement key from the third gym leader sometimes later in the game. After you get surf, you'll find Wattson standing in the middle of the town. He will tell you that there are something wrong with the generator at New Mauville, and give you the basement key. So, exit the town and head southwards. Near the entrance of the cycling rod, surf eastward and you should see a cave. Go in, and you'll see a steel door. Since you've got the basement key, you could go on. Here, you can capture Pokemon such as Magnemite and Voltorb. You can also get the Thunder Stone here in the same room as the generator. By fixing the generator, the third gym leader will give you TM 24-Thunderbolt as a reward. M. Special Pokemon Here are the list of Pokemon that is special in the way that you get them. Treecko/Torchic/Mudkip - Given to you by Profesor Birch at the beginning of the game. Lileep/Anorith - Revive the fossil that you found in the desert. Castform - Talk to the man in the building west of Fortree city once you've beaten team Aqua/Magma. Kyogre/Groudon - Cave behind the 8th gym. Rayquaza - Secret tower East of Pacifidlog town. Latios/Latias - Found randomly in the wild. Regi-Ice - Cave on the western part of Hoenn Regi-Rock - Cave in the desert Regi-Steel - Cave west of Safari Zone Wynaut - A lady in Lavaridge town will give you a Waynaut egg Beldum - Steven's house, after you've beaten the league N. S.S. Tidal After beating the elite four, your father will give you an S.S. Ticket. By using this ticket, you'll be able to hop on board the S.S. Tidal, the invention of Capt Slate. To hop aboard, go to harbor at Lilycove or Slateport. You can either choose to go to the battletower, or taking a route between the two cities mentioned above. There are a few trainers here. For those who have been playing Pokemon Gold and Silver, SS Tidal works the same way as SS Aqua does. You only need to sleep in your cabin for the ship to reach its destination. O. The Nickname Rater, Move Tutor and the move Forgettor You can find the Nickname rater at Slateport City. You can have your nickname rated and changed. you can't change a Pokemon nickname that you've gotten from a trade though. To the right of Mauville City on Route 118, you come to a watery edge, there is a pokemon trainer who is the classic fisherman guy with teh red baseball cap and jacket, near him is a rock, on the north side of the rock if you check it, there is a "Heart Scale: Its a lovely scale. It is covetted by collectors". You can give these heart scales to the move tutor. The move tutor will teached moved that your pokemon learned naturally and has forgotten it earlier. You can find him at Fallarbor Town. The Move forgettor allow you to delete moves off your Pokemon ,even HM moves. He could be find in Lilycove City. TIPS: You could steal Heart Scale from Luvdisc. While not all Luvdisc has them, but it shouldn't be too hard obtaining some heart scale. P. Game Corner First, you'll need to get the coin case. To do this, you'll need to buy a Harbor Mail. (could be bought from Slateport Pokemart for $50). Next, trade it with the girl living beside MAUVILLE city Pokemon mart. In the game corner, you'll be able to purchase either 50 coins for 1000 Poke, or 500 Coins for 10000 Poke. Talk to the girl beside the counter to get a free doll. There are two kinds of games here. The Slot Machine In the slot machine, your objctive is to get three of the same kinds, either vertically, or diagonally. (depends on how many coins you useD). If you use 1 coin, the only line that will be counted will be the horizontal line running through the middle. Betting 2 coins for all the horizontal lines, and 3 coins for all the horizontal and diagonal lines. The Roulette There are two roulette machines here. One with the minimum wager of 1 coins and one with the minimu wager of 3 coins. Upon selecting the machine, you'll be taken to a screen showing a 4 times 3 box, each box with a picture of Pokemon (Waynaut, azzurill, Skitty, Makuhita) and colors (yellow, green, purple). You could choose how you want to bet. Betting on one box (e.g. yellow Waynaut) will get you a return of 12X the bet amount if the ball landed on it. Betting on a Vertical line (e.g. Azzurill line) will get you a return of 4X the bet amount. Betting on a horizontal line (e.g. Purple Line) will get you a return of 3 X the amount) Prizes: TM 32 1500 Coins TM 29 3500 Coins TM 35 4000 Coins TM 24 4000 Coins TM 13 4000 Coins Treecko Doll 1000 Coins Tochic Doll 1000 Coins Mudkip Doll 1000 Coins Q. Diploma Once you've completed your Pokedex, you can go to the Lilycove Moetl. This is where the Gamefreaks team is staying. Go to the second floor and Talk to Satoshi Tajiri, he'll giev you a diploma certifying that you've completed the Pokedex. What do this diploma do? Nothing, just for bragging rights. R. The TV Sometimes, it might be a good idea to watch the TV. Mainly there are some important events that the TV triggered. 1. Latias/Latios - In order to catch Latios and Latias, you'll need to watch the TV at your house first after you've beaten the elite four. 2. Pokemon Outbreak - Namely Skitty and Surskit. Remember Remoraid, Yanma or Dunsparce in G/S/C. Skitt yand Surskit are normally hard to catch, when the TV reported an outbreak of Surskit or Skitty, you'll have a significantly higher chance of encountering them in the wild. 3. Lilycove City Clear out sale - You'll need to watch the TV to know when this is being held. By missing this sale out, you'll miss a variety secret base decorations, such as the TV (ironic, isn't it), and Rhydon Doll. S. The Lottery You could buy a Pokemon lottery ticket at Lilycove department store, ground floor. Just like Buena in G/S/C, the Lottery ticket worked in a similar way. If your lottery number matches your Pokemon ID, you will win the lottery. The more number matches, the more exclusive will the prize be. To boost your chance of winning the lottery, you'll need to do a lot of trading. Each ticket is free, but you coudl only buy them once a day. T. Berry Master Ever wonder where you could get those berries that yo useem you can't get. You could get these berries form the berry master wives. They lives on a house at route 123. The berries that she'll give you depends on the phrase that you entered. Angry Abra: Lum Berry Angry Absol: Chesto Berry Angry Altaria: Persim Berry Digital Kid: Rawst Berry Gimme Baton Pass: Aspear Berry Gimme Absorb: Leppa Berry HEre Goes Ruby: Cheri Berry What's Up Dude: Sitrus Berry U. Abandoned Ship Abandoned Ship lay on route 108, between Dewford Town and Slateport City. In order to complete this quest, you would need to have a Pokemon with the knowledge of Surf and Dive. When you arrive, head straight. This will take you to a room with 4 cabins. Head to the staircase in the North-East. This will take you to another room. You could see a sailor here, with one cabin with locked door in his right. This is the storeroom. You need to get the ley first before you continue. Now head to the staircase at the North-West end of the room. Here's another room. Grab the Pokeball and go out. You'll find yourself on the entrance at the first level of the ship. Go up to the second level and enter the room. Talk to the scientist, and he will explain that Capt Slate wanted him to investigate the ship. Before you left, he will give you the storeroom key. Go back to the locked room. Opened the door and grab the item, now go back to the room with sailor. Enter the midlle room at the cabin in the bottom row. Here you will see water at the south end of the room. You'll also see deeper patch of water which you can dive. Use dive there Go along the underwater path, and resurfaced when you can do so. You'll find yourself at another room. Here's there are six cabins. Some of them are locked. Go to the third cabin in the South to get a Water Stone. Flashing lights means that there are hidden items there. (the key to the other locked cabins). Now, you can get the scanner. Head back to Slateport harbor and talk to Capt Slate. HE'll exchange you the scanner for Deepseatooth, or Deepseascale - you choice. Both are needed to evolve Clamperl. ================ 5. Routes Guide ================ Your guide to all the routes in Hoenn. (*) Trainer included in PokeNav. Route 101 Building: None Trainers: None Items: None Level Range: 2-3 Pokemon: Poochyena, Zigzagoon, Wurmple Route 102 Building: None Trainers: Youngster: Calvin* Item: Potion, Oran Berries, Pecha Berries Level Range: 3-4 Pokemon: Ralts, Wurmple, Poochyena, Lotad/Seedot, Zigzagoon Water: Goldeen, Magikarp, Marill, Corphish Route 103 Building: None Trainers: Rival Fisherman: Andrew PokeFAn: Miguel* Twins: Amy and Liv* Item: None Level Range: 2-3 Pokemon: Poochyena, Zigzagoon Water: Wailmer, Sharpedo, Magikarp Route 104 Building: Mr Britney's House, Petalburg Woods, Flower Shop Trainers: Lady: Cindy* Rich Boy: Winston* Lass: Haley* Items: Chesto Berry, Cheri Berries, Leppa Berries, X Accuracy, TM 09, Potion Level Range: 4-5 Pokemon: Wurmple, Zigzagoon, Taillow Water: Magikarp Route 105 Building: Regi-Ice Cave Trainers: Swimmer: Dawn Swimmer: Beverly Swimmer: Luis Swimmer: Austin Ruin Maniac: Foster Items: Iron Level Range: - Pokemon: - Water: Wailmer, Magikarp Route 106 Building: None Trainers: Swimmer: Douglas Swimer: Nicole Items: Protein Level Range: - Pokemon: - Water: Wailmer, Magikarp Route 107 Building: None Trainers: Swimmer: Beth Swimmer: Darrin Swimmer: Tony* Swimmer: Denise Sis and Bro: Lisa and Ray Items: None Level Range: - Pokemon: - Water: Wailmer, Magikarp Route 108 Building: Abandoned Ship Trainers: Swimmer: Tara Swimmer: Jerome Swimmer: Missy Swimmer: Matthew Items: None Level Range: - Pokemon: - Water: Wailmer, Magikarp Route 109 Building: Seashore House Trainers: Fisherman: Carter Young Couple: Mel and Paul Swimmer: David Swimmer: Alice Tuber: Carmen Tuber: Gwen Sailor: Edmond Tuber: Lola* Tuber: Ricky* Items: PP Up, Soft Sand Level Range: - Pokemon: - Water: Wailmer, Magikarp Route 110 Building: Cycling Road, Trick House, New Mauville (Power Plant) Trainers: Rival PokeFan: Isabel* Collector: Edwin* Items: Nanab Berries Level Range: 12-13 Pokemon: Plusle, Minun, Electrike, Gulpin, Zigzagoon, Oddish, Wingull Water: Wailmer, Magikarp Route 111 Building: Winstrate House, Desert, Regi-Rock Cave, Old Lady's Rest shop Trainers: The Winstrate Camper: Drew Picknicker: Heidi Cooltrainer: Brooke* Cooltrainer: Wilton* Items: Hp Up, TM 43, Oran Berries, Razz Berries Level Range: 20-21 Pokemon: Trapinch, Sandshrew, Baltoy, Cacnea Water: Barboach, Goldeen, Magikarp, Marill Route 112 Building: Fiery Path, Cable Car, Jagged Path Trainers: Hiker: Trent* Items: Rawst Berries, Pecha Berries Level Range: 14-16 Pokemon: Numel, Machop Route 113 Building: Glass Workshop Trainers: Youngster: Dillon Ninja Boy: Lung Twins: Tori and Tia Parasol Lady: Madeline* Ninja Boy: Lao* Youngster: Neal Items: Max Ether, Super Repel Level Range: 14-16 Pokemon: Spinda, Sandshrew Route 114 Building: Fossils Maniac House, Lannete's House, Meteor Falls Trainers: Kindler: Bernie* Pokemaniac: Steve* Items: Rare Candy, TM 05, Persim Berries, Bluk Berry, Protein Level Range: 15-18 Pokemon: Lombre/Nuzleaf, Swablu, Lotad/Seedot, Seviper/Zangoose Water: Barboach, Goldeen, Magikarp, Marill Route 115 Building: Meteor Falls Trainers: Battle girl: Cindy* Blackbelt: Koichi Expert: Timothy* Blackbelt: Nob* Items: Super Potion, Kelpsy Berries, TM 01, Iron, Great Ball, Bluk Berries Level Range: 23-25 Pokemon: Wingull, Taillow, Swablu, Swellow, Jigglypuff Water: Wailmer, Magikarp Route 116 Building: Granite Cave, Tunneler Rest House Trainers: School Kid: Jerry* School Kid: Karen* Items: X Special, Ether, Chesto Berries, Pinap Berries Level Range: 6-7 Pokemon: Whismur, Nincada, Zigzagoon Route 117 Building: Pokemon Daycare Center Trainers: Triathlete: Maria* Sr and Jr: Anna and Meg* Pokemon Breeder: Isaac* Items: Great Ball, Wepear Berries Level Range: 13-14 Pokemon: Roselia, Marill, Volbeat, Zigzagoon Water: Goldeen, Magikarp, Marill, Corphish Route 118 Building: None Trainers: Interviewer: Gabby and Ty Birdkeeper: Perry Aroma Lady: Rose* Guitarist: Dalton* Items: Sitrus Berries, Good Rod, Hyper Potion Level Range: 24-26 Pokemon: Zigzagoon, Wingull, Elektrike Water: Carvanha, Sharpedo, Magikarp Route 119 Building: Weather Institute Trainers: Pokemon Ranger: Jason* Pokemon Ranger: Catherine* Fisherman: Eugene Items: Pomeg Berries, Leaf Stone, Sitrus Berries, Leppa Berries, Zinc Level Range: 25-27 Pokemon: Linoone, Tropius, Kecleon, Zigzagoon, Oddish Water: Carvanha, Feebas, Magikarp Route 120 Building: Scorched Slab, Regi-Steel tomb Trainers: Bug Maniac Brandon* Bird Keeper: Robert* Cooltrainer: Jennifer Pokemon Ranger: Jenna Pokemon Ranger: Carlos Ninja Boy: Keigo Ruin Maniac: Chip Items: TM 11, Aspear Berries, Figy Berry, Pecha Berries, Full Heal, Razz Berries, Nanab Berries, Pinap Berries, Wepear Berries Level Range: 25-27 Pokemon: Marill, Linoone, Absol, Zigzagoon, Oddish Water: Barboach, Goldeen, Marill Route 121 Building: Safari Zone Trainers: Beauty: Jesssica* Gentleman: Walker* Items: Nanab Berries Level Range: 26-28 Pokemon: Zigzagoon, Wingull, Oddish, Shuppet, Linoone Route 122 Building: Mt Pyre Trainers: None Items: None Level Range: - Pokemon: - Water: Wailmer, Sharpedo, Magikarp Route 123 Building: Berry's Master House Trainers: Aroma Lady: Violet Twins: Miu and Yuki Psychic: Cameron* Hex Maniac: Kindra Cool Trainer: Wendy Cooltrainer: Clyde Psychic: Jacki* Items: Rabuta Berry, Magost Berry, Pomeg Berries, Grepa Berries, Qualot Berries, Ultra Ball, Rawst Berries, Sitrus Berries, Pecha Berries, Rare Candy, Leppa Berries, Elixir, Calcium Level Range: 26-28 Pokemon: Shuppet, Wingull, Zigzagoon, Linoone, Oddish Water: Wailmer, Magikarp Route 124 Building: Hunter's House Trainers: Swimmer: Jenny* Sis and Bro: Rita and Sam* Items: Yellow Shard Level Range: - Pokemon: - Water: Magikarp, Sharpedo, Wailmer Route 125 Building: Shoal Cave Trainers: Swimmer: Sharon Swimmer: Tanya Sailor: Ernest* Swimmer: Stan Sr and Jr: Kim and Iris Items: None Level Range: - Pokemon: - Water: Magikarp, Sharpedo, Wailmer Route 126 Building: None Trainers: Swimmer: Barry Swimmer: Nikki Swimmer: Brenda Swimmer: Dean Items: None Level Range: - Pokemon: - Water: Magikarp, Sharpedo, Wailmer Route 127 Building: None Trainers: Fisherman: Roger Fisherman: Jonah Fisherman: Henry Triathlete: Connor Triathlete: Caleb Black Belt: Koji Items: None Level Range: - Pokemon: - Water: Magikarp, Sharpedo, Wailmer Route 128 Building: Seafloor Cavern Trainers: Cooltrainer: Alexa Cooltrainer: Ruben Triathlete: Isaiah* Triathelete: Katelyn* Fisherman: Wayne Items: None Level Range: - Pokemon: - Water: Magikarp, Sharpedo, Wailmer, Luvdisc Route 129 Building: None Trainers: Triathlete: Allison Triathlete: Chase Swimmer: Reed Swimmer: Tisha Items: None Level Range: - Pokemon: - Water: Magikarp, Sharpedo, Wailmer, Wailord Route 130 Building: Mirage Island Trainers: Swimmer: Rodney Swimmer: Kate Items: None Level Range: - Pokemon: - Water: Magikarp, Sharpedo, Wailmer Route 131 Building: Sky Pillar Trainers: Bro and Sis: Reli and Ian Swimmer: Herman Swimmer: Susie Swimmer: Kara Items: None Level Range: - Pokemon: - Water: Magikarp, Sharpedo, Wailmer =============== 6. Secret Base =============== There are basically 6 types of secret bases. Below are their description and their frequency on each particular routes. There are in totals 64 Secret Bases. To see their location and pictures, go to the site previously mentioned in the disclaimers. Secret Bases could be found in these routes Route 111 Route 113 Route 114 Route 115 Route 116 Route 118 Route 119 Route 120 Route 121 Route 125 Route 127 1. Tree House Made on Pine trees. You could climb the tree vines. Route 111: 2 Route 113: - Route 114: - Route 115: 2 Route 116: - Route 118: 2 Route 119: 2 Route 120: - Route 121: - Route 125: - Route 127: - 2. Big Tree Made from Big Tree. Usually found near tall grass Route 111: - Route 113: - Route 114: - Route 115: - Route 116: - Route 118: - Route 119: 8 Route 120: 4 Route 121: - Route 125: - Route 127: - 3. Ground Light Brown in color, usually found near roads. Could be found in most areas Route 111: 2 Route 113: 1 Route 114: - Route 115: 1 Route 116: - Route 118: 2 Route 119: 1 Route 120: - Route 121: 2 Route 125: 2 Route 127: 1 4. Rock This type of secret bases is usually found in rocky areas. (route 114, 115, etc) Route 111: - Route 113: - Route 114: 5 Route 115: 7 Route 116: - Route 118: - Route 119: - Route 120: - Route 121: - Route 125: - Route 127: - 5. Grey Rock Found mostly near a river Route 111: - Route 113: - Route 114: - Route 115: - Route 116: 2 Route 118: - Route 119: 2 Route 120: 3 Route 121: - Route 125: - Route 127: - 6. Desert Found in the desert, beaches, sandy areas Route 111: 2 Route 113: - Route 114: - Route 115: 1 Route 116: - Route 118: 1 Route 119: - Route 120: - Route 121: - Route 125: 2 Route 127: 4 "All your base are belong to us" In this gane, you can have your own secret hideout. (a good place to plan draw up plan for world domination ;P) To get it, first you need to get TM 43. Next, taught it to a Pokemon and use it on any hole in a rock, or large tree. After doing this, you will have your own secret base. You wouldn't want your house to be made up solely of damp floor and four walls surrounding it, don't you. To decorate your base, go to department store in Lilycove City and go to 5th floor. Here you can buy decoration for your secret base such as mat, or Pokedoll. After buying the decorations, go to your PC. The PC will show a list of decorations that you have currently. Take it out and decorate your base. List of items and where to buy them Plants - Flower shop near Petalburg Forest Table and Chairs - Fortree City, building in the South-East of the city Mat - Lilycove City dept store, 5th floor Pokedoll - Lilycove City dept store, 5th floor, Casino in Mauville City Picture - Lilycove City dept store, 5th floor Cushion - Lilycove City dept store, 5th floor Ornaments - Slateport Market You can't have more than 16 items in your base, so pick them well. Some item such as Pokedoll and Cushions need to be put on a mat and table. Whereas Pictures could only be put up in the wall. Below are the items available for your secret base ============================================================================ Name Location Price ============================================================================ Tables Small Table Fotree City 3000 Poke Pokemon Table Fotree City 3000 Poke Heavy Table Fotree City 6000 Poke Ragged Table Fotree City 6000 Poke Comfort Table Fotree City 6000 Poke Bricks Table Fotree City 9000 Poke Hard Table Fotree City 9000 Poke Camp Table Fotree City 9000 Poke Pretty Table Glass Workshop - Chairs Small Chair Fotree City 2000 Poke Pokemon Chair Fotree City 2000 Poke Heavy Chair Fotree City 2000 Poke Ragged Chair Fotree City 2000 Poke Comfort Chair Fotree City 2000 Poke Brick Chair Fotree City 2000 Poke Hard Chair Fotree City 2000 Poke Camp Chair Fotree City 2000 Poke Pretty Chair Glass Workshop - Mats Surf Mat Lilicove City dept store 4000 Poke Thunder Mat Lilicove City dept store 4000 Poke Fire Blast Mat Lilicove City dept store 4000 Poke Powder Snow Mat Lilicove City dept store 4000 Poke Attract Mat Lilicove City dept store 4000 Poke Fissure Mat Lilicove City dept store 4000 Poke Spikes Mat Lilicove City dept store 4000 Poke Glitter Mat Lilicove City dept store 2000 Poke Jump Mat Lilicove City dept store 2000 Poke Spin Mat Lilicove City dept store 2000 Poke Pictures Ball Poster Lilicove City dept store 2000 Poke Green Poster Lilicove City dept store 2000 Poke Red Poter Lilicove City dept store 2000 Poke Blue Poster Lilicove City dept store 2000 Poke Cute Poster Lilicove City dept store 2000 Poke Pika Poster Lilicove City dept store 2000 Poke Long Poster Lilicove City dept store 2000 Poke Sea Poster Lilicove City dept store 2000 Poke Sky Poster Lilicove City dept store 2000 Poke Pokedolls Pichu Lilicove City dept store 2000 Poke Pikachu Lilicove City dept store 2000 Poke Marril Lilicove City dept store 2000 Poke Jiiglypuff Lilicove City dept store 2000 Poke Duskull Lilicove City dept store 2000 Poke Waynaut Lilicove City dept store 2000 Poke Baltoy Lilicove City dept store 2000 Poke Kecleon Lilicove City dept store 2000 Poke Azzurill Lilicove City dept store 2000 Poke Skitty Lilicove City dept store 2000 Poke Swablu Lilicove City dept store 2000 Poke Gulpin Lilicove City dept store 2000 Poke Treecko Mauville City Casino 1000 Coins (20000 Poke) Torchic Mauville City Casino 1000 Coins (20000 Poke) Mudkip Mauville City Casino 1000 Coins (20000 Poke) Wailmer Sootopolis City (given by someone) - Lotad Given by Lanette (Sapphire) - Seedot Given by Lanette (Ruby) - Rhydon Lilycove clear out sale 10000 Poke Cushions Pika Skin Lilicove City dept store 2000 Poke Round Lilicove City dept store 2000 Poke Zigzag Lilicove City dept store 2000 Poke Spin Lilicove City dept store 2000 Poke Diamond Lilicove City dept store 2000 Poke Pokeball Lilicove City dept store 2000 Poke Grass symbol Lilicove City dept store 2000 Poke Fire Symbol Lilicove City dept store 2000 Poke Water Symbol Lilicove City dept store 2000 Poke Plants Red Plant Flower Shop near Petalburg Woods 3000 Poke Tropical Plant Flower Shop near Petalburg Woods 3000 Poke Pretty Flowers Flower Shop near Petalburg Woods 3000 Poke Colourful Plant Flower Shop near Petalburg Woods 5000 Poke Big Plant Flower Shop near Petalburg Woods 5000 Poke Gorgeous Plant Flower Shop near Petalburg Woods 5000 Poke Ornaments Red Brick Slateport Market 500 Poke Blue Brick Slateport Market 500 Poke Yellow Brick Slateport Market 500 Poke Red Baloon Slateport Market 500 Poke Blue Baloon Slateport Market 500 Poke Yellow Baloon Slateport Market 500 Poke C Low Mat Slateport Market 500 Poke D Mat Slateport Market 500 Poke E Mat Slateport Market 500 Poke F Mat Slateport Market 500 Poke G Mat Slateport Market 500 Poke A Mat Slateport Market 500 Poke B Mat Slateport Market 500 Poke C high mat Slateport Market 500 Poke Blue Tent Trick House final prize (Sapphire) - Red Tent Trick House final prize (Ruby) TV Lilycove clear out sale 3000 Poke Cute TV Lilycove clear out sale 4000 Poke Round TV Lilycove clear out sale 4000 Poke Slide Lilycove clear out sale 8000 Poke Silver Shield Battle Tower(beat 50 trainers inrow) - Gold Shield Battle Tower(beat 100 trainers inrow)- Solid Board Lilycove clear out sale 3000 Poke Sand Ornament Lilycove clear out sale 3000 Poke Glass Ornament Lilycove Art Museum - Stand Lilycove clear out sale 7000 Poke Tire Lilycove clear out sale 800 Poke ================= 7. Contest ================= Just like the secret base, contest is another unique feature of Ruby and Sapphire. You can enter the contest in any building that hold them (the red building). First of all, to be able to participate in the contest, you will need to get a Contest Pass which could be found in Verdanturf Town (town between Rustboro and Mauville). When you talk at the lady in the counter, she'll give you a contest pass which enable you to participate in the Pokemon contest. If this your first time, she will explain the rule. The format of the contest is as follow: Round 1 In this round, your Pokemon will be judged by it's appearance. This round is important, as it could give you a head start over other competitor. In other words, don't bring cool Pokemon such as Bashamo or Rekkuza in a beauty contest. (Even though in the end my Bashamo managed to win it). In order to improve a pokemon's quality, you need to feed it with Poroks Round 2 In this round, you'll be showcasing the Pokemon move to the audience. Each move will resulted in the different number of hearts. Move like Overheat could get you 6-7 hearts, where as move like Blaze kick could only get you 4 hearts. the competition will continue until a Pokemon managed to reach the target set by the judges. Pokemon moves (explained) In the second round of the contest, Pokemon will display their move to the audiences. You will receive a certain amout of hearts for every move. To see how many hearts a move will produce, check the 4th page of the Pokemon status page. Red hearts indicate the amount of hearts that Pokemon will get by using that move during the contest. Black hearts indicate that the moves will also have a downside effect to other opponent. Some move like Destiny Bond, have it side-effect to your pokemon as well. By using Destiny Bond, your pokemon would not be able to do anymore moves for the rest of the contest. There are five kind of contest you could choose: Coolness Inteligence Cuteness Beauty Strength Porok: Porok are used to increase your Pokemon constest stats. You can blend Pokeblock once you have the Porok Dispenser from Lilycove City Yellow is Strength, Green is Intelligence, Blue is Beauty, Red is Coolness, Pink is Cuteness. Contest House order: Verdanturf Town Fallarbor Town Slateport City Lilycove City Once you have beaten a contest at a particular contest house, you can participate in the next contest house. Detailed info Thanks to Azura Stardust of Pokemasters.net for allowing me to post this info on the walkthrough. Contests! 1. Basics of Contest 1.1 How do I enter a contest for the first time? You have to go to Verdanturf Town (which is the town west of the Electric Gym city, Mauville City) and talk to the woman behind the counter. Just say yes to whatever she says and she'll explain the rules. 1.2 How do I play? Go to a CONTEST HOUSE and talk to the woman behind the counter, She will give you a contest Pass. Choose your type of contest and then start contesting! Contest houses are distinctive red houses with flat grey roofs with little indentations in them. The door is blue and has a white pokeball with a red ribbon printed on the door. If you still can't identify it.. geez. There are only 4 Contest houses in the entire Hounn, namely at Verdanturf Town, Slateport City (city with a big beach just south of it and a market in it as well), Fallarbor Town (the northernmost little blue dot if you see your map in your PokeNavi - this town is near the north end of the Meteor Falls where you save a scientist from Team Aqua/Magma and west to the patches of grass with ash on them where you can find Sandshrew) and Lilycove City (accessible somewhere late-ish in the game, has a big pokemart and the biggest Contest House) 1.2.1 Types of Contest There are 5 kinds of contest: Coolness which is associated with the colour Red (note on these colours: they help you throughout the process of preparing your pokemon for a contest, because you can identify moves and poroks associated with a certain 'stat' - i.e. coolness, beauty, strength, etc. - and it makes things a lot easier.) Intelligence which is associated with Blue Cuteness which is associated with Pink Beauty which is associated with Green Strength which is associated with Yellow 1.2.2 Stages of the Contest There are 2 stages to the contest, in which you compete with 3 other people to win. The first part, you show your pokemon to the audience and based on the number of hearts you see popping up from the audience, your pokemon gets a better rating in the end. Feeding your pokemon certain Pokeblocks according to the contest will help. This is explained later in the FAQ. The second part, you show off your pokemon's moves. Going by how many hearts appear after you show off your move, the scale underneath goes up. The blue-highlighted little panel displays your pokemon's information and status in the competition, etc. You can show your pokemon's moves off 5 times, and after that, they will tally the results and you will come to a screen where they will list each pokemon. First, they will show the results of the 1st stage on a bar. Then, they will add on the results of the 2nd stage and the pokemon who has shown off the best wins the contest. If you win, your pokemon will be shown and confetti will fall. You will then go up to one of the judges and receive a ribbon for your pokemon. I'm not entirely sure what this does, but there's a section of the FAQ for ribbons... 1.3 I can't enter my pokemon into any contest! Why? See if you didn't do as what 1.1 up there says. If you already have, you should be able to enter any of your pokemon into the contest at Verdanturf Town. When you talk to the woman behind the counter and she talks a bit and then the pokemon you are carrying are brought up on a new screen with words next to them, you can instantly know which ones can be entered and which ones can't - Can be entered is Cannot be entered is . Verdanturf Town is a type of beginner's contest house, where any pokemon can go in. HOWEVER, for later contest houses, If You Want To Enter A Pokemon Into The Contest There, That Pokemon Needs To Have Won A Contest At The Verdanturf Town Contest House And Preceding Contest Houses. What do I mean by preceding contest houses? Take a look at the "contest house" section of the FAQ. 2. CONTEST HOUSES 2.1 Where are they? Contest houses are distinctive red houses with flat grey roofs with little indentations in them. The door is blue and has a white pokeball with a red ribbon printed on the door. If you still can't identify it.. geez. There are only 4 Contest houses in the entire Hoenn, namely at VErsanturf Town, Slateport City (city with a big beach just south of it and a market in it as well), Fallrabor Town (the northernmost little blue dot if you see your map in your PokeNavi - this town is near the north end of the Sandy Cave Where You Save A Scientist From Team Magma/Aqua and west to the patches of grass with ash on them where you can find Sandshrew) and Mossdeep City[?~?i?,?V?e?B] (accessible somewhere late-ish in the game, has a big pokemart and the biggest Contest House) 2.2 What's in them? 2.2.1 Pokeblock Making Machines Pokeblock making machines are the little grey square table-ish looking things with red dots on them. There are two in each Contest House. The blank one is for playing/mixing with a friend (needs link cable) and the other one is for playing/mixing with the person(s) at the table. You can only play if you have talked to a little girl in the Slateport City contest house and received a Berry Mixer from her. When you go to the machine and say Yes to all the things, the screen will change to the list of Berries you have. Choose a berry and put it in. The other person(s) will then put in their berries, and then you will see 3 2 1 Start. The dial in the middle will start spinning, and every time it goes near the dial where your name (in red) is, press A. If a red circle pops up, that means you have hit near your name. If a blue X pops up, you've hit too far from your name. If you see a red and yellow bullseye popup, you hit right on target. When you get red circles the machine goes faster and your porok is mixed faster. (The numbers at the bottom is the r.p.m. of the machine.) Bullseyes means it goes EVEN faster! However when you get X'es, the machine slows down. When the machine has finished (there is a red bar on top that will tell you how much the machine has finished mixing berries) they will show statistics of how many circles, bullseyes and X'es each person got. After that they will show each person's name and what berry they put in, and then you will receive your porok! There is a little yellow plaque on the wall of every contest house which shows the fastest speed ever in each contest house. 2.2.2 Picture On the walls of the contest houses, they will show the latest winners of contests. Your pokemon's picture will be displayed if it's the latest one who won. THIS IS NOT THE SAME AS THE PICTURE IN THE MUSEUM WHICH IS EXPLAINED LATER. 2.3 So what's those Preceding Contest Houses you were talking about? Think of it like this, each contest house is a level of difficulty. Verdanturf Town is "beginner", Fallarbor Town is "intermediate", Slateport City is "hard" and Lilycove City is "expert". To get into each level you need to have completed the previous ones. What I mean is that (eg) if you want your Mewtwo to enter a Cuteness (ha ha.) contest in Slateport City City, that Mewtwo must have won Cuteness contests in Verdanturf town AND Fallarbor town. Otherwise they won't let you in! And seriously, Lilycove City is the hardest to win at because there are so many more members of the audience than before and your rivals have all fed *their* pokemon quite a good number of Pokeblocks... so watch out! 3. Pokeblocks 3.1 What are pokeblocks? Pokeblocks are made from refining a berry. You can pick berries from all sorts of trees throughout the game. Like in GSC, you can only pick a tree once a day and then it disappears until the next day. Refining different berries give different poroks. You can see your poroks by selecting your Porok Dispenser (in the Important Items folder where things like your Bicycle go) 3.1.1 What kind of pokeblocks are there? There are all kinds of pokeblocks, this has not been really studied into (not that I know of). Different ones can give different effects. 22.214.171.124 Levels There are levels of pokeblocks which show how much they will increase your pokemon's "stat" by. There is also another number which is shown along with the little colour cubes on the bottom left corner when you select a pokeblocks. I'm not sure what this does, I think it shows how much it fills your pokemon up. Levels can go from level 11 to level 64!! (I got one once. ) 3.1.2 How do I know what it will increase? When you select the Pokeblocks it will show on the bottom left corner what it will increase. Whatever colour is shown, it will increase. Check what colour each stat is up there. Top of the FAQ. Also, when you feed the pokemon the pokeblock, it shows the contest stats of that pokemon and then an "UP" at the respective contest stat(s) it raised. 3.2 How do I get Pokeblocks? You need to go to the Berry Blender (see 2.2.1) and choose a berry and put it in. Play the mini-game and when it's done you have your pokeblock. It is in your Pokeblock Dispenser in your Important Items Folder. 3.3 I can't feed my Pokemon any more pokeblocks... why? See your pokemon's Contest Stats by going to your PokeNavi, then the Second Option, then the First option. If you have fed it no pokeblocks at all, ( or only like one or two) there is only one little twinkling star above it's head. As the number of poroks you feed it increases, the number of stars increases and it grows closer to it's Pokeblocks Saturation Limit. This means that you cannot feed it any more pokeblocks. You know when you can't feed it anymore when it is surrounded by twinkling stars when you see your pokemon's Contest Stats. 3.4 Pokemon likes pokeblocks? This I am not entirely sure of. I know somewhere in the game there is a person who will say whether your pokemon liked the last pokeblock you gave it. I don't know if this has any effect to your pokemon's performance. 4. DETAILS ON MOVES and POKEMON FOR CONTESTS 4.1 What are some good moves to teach my pokemon? To answer this, you need to look at the effect of a move (contestwise) which you can do by going to the 4th page of your pokemon's status screen and pressing A on an attack. I'll explain more about what you see on that screen now. 4.1.1 Red or, as sometimes seen, White Hearts This is the base number of hearts you will get for performing that attack. Others may be added or minused due to different circumstances. In Japanese it is ???? which, in romaji, is Apiiru or in other words Appear(ance). You can't tell from the name which attack will be good! Selfdestruct gives you the maximum of EIGHT HEARTS while something like Rain Dance will give you only two (can't remember exactly). However Explosion/Selfdestruct/Destiny Bond makes you miss the rest of your turns... so it's quite logical to use it last! I have heard though, if you always use moves that give lots of hearts, you're considered showing off too much and you lose hearts for that. Not sure about this, any clarification would be appreciated. 4.1.2 Black Hearts This is called "Obstruction." What it means is that it kinda makes the other people lose hearts or points, or gives them something BAD (or in other word, startle them). A lot of the time, they can reduce the number of hearts of the other pokemon, or they could make another pokemon miss a turn, or something like that. The more black hearts, the more evil it can do to the others! But it also means that any side effect it has will be worse... for example, the crowd may not like it much, or it dosen't give many red hearts, or it could make you miss a turn or two! 4.1.3 Move "types" If you look at each move, it has a contest "type", i.e. Beauty, Strength, Coolness, etc... If you want to see it at a go, see what the colour of the move is (like Beauty is blue) and you will know what type of move it is. Now the importance of this is that you need to know which move is what stat because it is vital in entering a certain contest. For example, my Nendooru has 3 Intelligence attacks but one Beauty attack! Whenever I enter it into a Intelligence contest and use the Beauty attack, the crowd's Excitement (see later) drops by quite a bit and sometimes the number of hearts I earn drops too! This, however, can be part of a strategy in controlling the audience. There are some attributes which "opposed" each other. (e.g. Smartness and Beauty). 4.1.4 When I'm choosing the moves to use for my pokemon next I almost always see a greyed-out one and sometimes a bright red one! What are these? The greyed out one is the move you used last. Don't use the same move consecutively because you get hearts minused off for that! A red-highlighted move means that you get twice as many hearts as you usually would for that move. Thanks to GrnMarvel13 for this info. I don't know how to get a move to be like that yet... maybe it's a random thing. 4.1.5 What do you reccommend? I say you raise special pokemon for contests (not your normal battling pokemon), eg one pokemon for Strength contests, etc etc. Hunt through all the TMs it has and all the moves it can learn (don't worry, someday soon somebody smart will suddenly start a super list on the contest effects of moves! I hear Dont' Run With Scizors is compiling one!) or has LEARNT (the move maniac in Faallarbor town will help you do this - he in the house left of the contest house. However you need an item that is found on the shores of Lilycove City to do this.) and see which attacks do what. My Coolness Baltoy, which won at all the contest houses and quite well, had a basic starter move that did 3 hearts, and a move with 2 red hearts and 2 black hearts, Selfdestruct (always pulls me through in the last part of the 2nd stage ) - and a Beauty move! This helped in my testing out the reactions of the crowd... so I say, you should get some good strong moves and at least one obstruction move.... but don't listen to me ^_^;; 4.2 So what's Crowd Excitement? How does the audience react? Well, I'm not entirely sure on this. I have yet to find out more! However what I'm certain about is that if you use a move that is not the same as the contest type (like a strength move in a cuteness contest) the background goes black, funny "oops" music plays and the crowd excitement drops. I believe that Crowd Excitement adds on to the number of hearts you have. The higher the better - and if you succesfully bring the Crowd Excitement to a maximum of five blips, you get a LOT more hearts! It helps very very much. So if when it comes to your turn, and the crowd's excitement is going to burst when it comes to then next pokemon, (i.e. at your turn it's at 3 blips) therefore giving the other guy more hearts, you can sabotage your opponent by doing a "bad" or rather, inappropriate move! Less hearts for you, but also less hearts for the other guy...! But as I said I'm not entirely clear on this Crowd Excitement thing. Sometimes it seems to reset out of the blue! Always when a crowd reaches its maximum excitement it resets the next round. If you managed to reach the maximum, you'll get a significant boost. (probably double). 4.3 So I want this variety of moves. But all my pokemon can learn are these attacks that do crap in contests! Help! Well, it depends on the pokemon. Why not take a look at what it learns? Hopefully someday soon someone will come up with a list of what attack does how many number of hearts, etc, so you could refer to that... but for now, I can't help yet You can look through moves the pokemon has learnt before by going to the Move Relearner in Fallarbor Town after you give him "Heart Scale". And if you look at 4.5.3, you can see that some moves have more potential than you think! 4.4 How do I know how my pokemon fares in the First Stage of the contest where I show off my pokemon? You can usually gauge from the number of hearts that pops up from the crowd. You can know accurately when the results come out at the end of the contest. 4.5 In the second stage of the contest what are those little status things I get like stars and circles and X'es? Depends on what it is... 4.5.1 Stars I believe this adds to the number of yellow stars you get when you see the results at the end of the contests. You normally get Yellow Stars by showing your Pokemon, if I'm not wrong. 4.5.2 Numbers This I REALLY Don't know... I'm terribly sorry... I haven't been able to decipher anything so far. 4.5.3 Exclamation marks One Exclamation mark means that this move can make another move (which you may or may not have) do twice as many hearts. The move that can do twice as many hearts is highlighted in red (if you have it on that pokemon.) According to Dave, it lowers the amount of hearts an opponent can remove from you. Two exclamation marks means you receive twice as many hearts as you normally would. You need to have selected a red-highlighted move to get this. What do I mean when certain moves can make others stronger? Let me give you an example of NamaSyoMi my Barboach. It has Water Gun (4 hearts), Mud Sport (4 hearts) , Mud Slap (2 hearts, 1 obstruction) and Snore (4 hearts). Doesn't look like a lot? Think again. Now when it uses Mud Slap, the Judge says "!" and an icon flashes. The next time it comes to my round, I see that Mud Sport is highlighted red. I use Mud Sport, and the Judge says "!!". I get 8 hearts instead of the normal 4! And another example is in this set as well - I use Mud Play, and Water Gun AND Mud Slap are highlighted. So I can choose - and since there's a pokemon in front of me with a lot of hearts and I want to sabotage it, I decide to use mud slap. It makes the previous guys lose hearts (sometimes they lose a lot. DUnno why) and at the same time, I get 4 hearts instead of the normal 2. And believe me, it all adds up - especially if you're lucky enough to hit the crowd at Maximum Excitement when using a MudPlay-WaterGun combination! I did this once and got fourteen hearts! (In the end Namazun won all the contests like they were pushovers.) 126.96.36.199 So what moves are like this!!! This section is hopefully going to be filled up You can try those I listed, as well as Rest/Snore, or Water Play/something, or Rain Dance/Water attack, or Electrification/electric attack... or Mind Reader/High Jump Kick (my Chaaremu won very easily with that set) Help is greatly appreciated, PM me or email me if you have help. 4.5.4 Circles IThis makes prevents you from losing any hearts until someone uses a move to make you lose hearts. So you get a Circle, and for 3 turns nobody uses a move that makes you lose hearts... then someobdy does a move that does, and it doesn't remove any hearts, but removes the circle. After that you are susceptible to losing hearts. 4.5.5 The judge said this whirly greyish thingie... If you see that, that means you repeated a move... and he takes hearts away for that! Too bad for you! The crowd also doesn't get excited over this, mind you. 4.5.6 X doesn't mark the spot... X does... X means you lose a turn! If you get it, it means its because of a sideffect of a move YOU did.. Like for Explosion/Destiny Bond/Self Destruct, for all the turns after that you receive an X. 4.5.7 Wavy lines Means that you ALSO lose a turn. This time it's because of a sideffect that someone else did! 4.5.8 An ear?! Yep, an ear.. this means you've been affected by the Obstruction (black hearts, see 4.1.2) part of some other pokemon's attack. And this means you lose hearts! 5. ATTACHMENTS AND RIBBONS 5.1 What are ribbons? Ribbons... are ribbons! They are attached to the pokemon that wins a certain contest for the first time or a pokemon that is in the team that beat the Elite Four, but not in the normal way - you can't take it off! It isn't attached in the way Berries etc are, it's got a special slot on the pokemon... See the 2nd page of your pokemon's status page, and the topmost, right most little thing under a yellow thing that says ??? ?ribbon) - it will say how many ribbons your pokemon has. You can also see which pokemon in your box or with you has how many ribbons from what contest by going to your PokeNavi, then the option that says ?????? (if I'm not wrong its the fourth option, or the second one which has a red square). 5.1.2 What do they do? As far as I know, all they do is let you compete in certain contest houses. It shows that you have won a contest at a certain house.See 2.3 for details. They might have another effect, though... why would they just make Ribbons for that purpose only? 5.1.3 How do I get them? Win at a contest the first time and your pokemon will have them! Check your pokemon's status page (2nd page). You only get one per contest house and a 5th one from the painter (see later where I mention how to get the trainer star) 5.2 Can I help my pokemon do better with attachments? Now this is an issue nobody has really studied on so far, but I'll give my small findings... So far, nothing helps. Except... BANDANNAS. 5.2.1 OMFGZ! Where do you get this leet thing! We-ell... I can tell you for sure that you get them at this brown house that's on the left of the PokeMart. You have to talk to the gentleman on the sofa in the house. 5.2.2 That bad man won't give me anything! ;.; I really don't know what you need so that you can get bandannas from him, but I've got the feeling that you need to have won at least one contest of a certain type to get a corresponding bandanna... I'm not entirely sure, I'm so sorry, but it might have something to do with poroks, then again, it might not. I think you must have won at least one or two contests of a certain type to get the respective bandana... 5.2.3 Huh? Corresponding Bandanna? Hey, you didn't even say what these things do! Well, there are 5 kinds of bandannas if I'm not wrong - Pink, blue, green, yellow and red. Do these colours sound familiar? Of course they do! See 1.2.1! So from what I translated (I tried many translators and babelfish did the job for once) where it says what a bandanna does, it is... "Being able to give, when it does in the contest, than the usual it is more seen" in other words, "Attaching this makes the pokemon do better in the contest". So a bandanna makes your pokemon perform better! Cool huh? 6. TRAINER STAR 6.1. I heard something about the Trainer Star and the contest - what the hell is all of this? Firstly, you might want to know what is the Trainer Star. In your trainer profile (where you see the badges and whatnot), just above the money, when you do certain things you get a star. 6.1.2 What certain things? Well, this is a bit offtopic, but you need to 1. Defeat the elite four 2. Defeat 69 Trainer 3. Beat the Battle Tower 4. Catch more than 150 pokemon (200?) 5. Win all 5 kinds of contest at all contest houses and get your pokemon's picture painted in the Lilycove City Art Museum 6.1.3 So how do I get their picture painted? You need to get the pokemon to win at the Lilycove City contest house - and win well! If you look closely when the results of the contest are released, you can see that there is a line of hearts and stars. If you get 5-6 or more hearts and a good number of stars as well (not sure about the exact amount), and you win, then, when you are going to walk out of the contest house, there is an artist who can paint the picture of your pokemon for you. He also gives you a ribbon. The picture of your pokemon is on the 2nd floor of the Museum which is next to the big pokemart. 6.1.4 Whats the point in this? Well nobody knows yet but some say if you get 5 stars then you can get something special. Everyone is trying to look for the 70th trainer so that they can get 5 stars and see what this is. (c'mon, think of the possibilities!) . ========= 8. FAQ ========= In this section, I shall put up some of the most frequently asked question. You can e-mai lme at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions regarding the game. Please make sure that the answer to your question could not be found in the walktrough before you asked them, and DO NOT ask me for the roms. E-mailing guide: - Don't ask for Roms - Clear topic title, please indicate that in the topic title that your e-mail is about the FAQ. - Don't ask question that the answer could be found in this FAQ 1. I cannot enter the 8th gym? You need to beat team Magma/Aqua in their hideout first. To get there, you need to find a cave with submarine. 2. How do I get the fishing rods. You need to talk to fisherman in Dewford Town. 3. When I step into the first gym, the gym leader keep refusing to battle me? The gym (Pealburg City) is actually the 5th gym. You can only challenge the leader after you have gotten hold of 4 badges. The real first gym is Rustboro City gym. 4. How do I get inside the Safari Zone? To get inside the Safari Zone, you need to have an item. The item could be gotten from a girl in Slateport City. 5. Where is the Pokemon Leauge? The Pokemon Leauge could be found in the eastern most part of the map. First you need to get through a cave similar to victory road in R/B/Y 6. How many HM are there, is there a new one? In total, there are 8 HM in this game. Each time you beat a gym ,you'll be able to use a HM outside a battle. There is one new HM, Dive which will allow you to dive underwater, and now Rock Smash is a HM. However, HM 06, Whirlpool is missing from the game. 7. How do I get a secret base First of all, you need to have TM 43. Teach it to one of your Pokemon, and use it on any hole on the rock (The squarish thing). 8. Where are the rods, and how do I fish? Here are the location of the rod, to get them, you need to talk to a fisherman Old Rod: Dewford Town Good Rod: Route 119 Super Rod: Lilycove City When you fish, you will see this line. "......." After this, it will inform you if you managed to catch a Pokemon. Press A as soon as possible. It may take a few tries before you managed to enter the battle screen. If you managed to do the above correctly, you will be taken to the battle screen. 9. How do I get a bicycle? What are the differences between a slow bike and a fast bike. To get a bycicle, go to Slateport City bike shop. After some time you could go back to the shop and exchange your slow bike for a fast bike. Slow Bike will allow you to hop around by holding the B button, whereas fast bike could be used to get passed cracks (i.e. Rayquaza tower), and to clinb those slippery strip of rock. 10. I can't see anything, there is a mist covering me? More likely than not, you are using an emulator, so upgrade it to the latest version. 11. Where do I get the Coin Case? The house beside Mauville city Pokemon Mart. You need to trade it with a harbour mail. 12. I can't get Shedinja. Make sure that you are only carrying 5 or less Pokemon in your party. Nincada will still evolve into Ninjask, but in addition to that you will get a Shedinja with Miracle Power. 13. How do I get Bagon? Bagon is only catchable in a certain area of Golden Cave. go to a cave where there is a strip of land north of the place and the rest of the place is all water. Bagon should be there. 14. How do I get to Kanto or Johto? You Can't. 15. Which Pokemon are not able to breed? Kyogre, Groudon, Latias, Latios, Jiirachi, Deoxys, Rayquaza, all the babies Pokemon. 16. Where and what is the trick house: Trick house is located at route 110. For further explanation ,refer to the specific section of this FAQ. ============== 9. Pokedex ============== Once you have beaten your rival for the first time, you can go back to Professor Odamaki and he will give you a Pokedex. Just like in the previous game the Pokedex store the inforamtion of Pokemon that you have caught and seen so far. A detailed imnformation about a Pokemon will be available once you've captured that Pokemon. There is now way to convert your Pokedex format to those of R/B/Y or G/S/C. Choosing the start menu will allow you to quickly go back on top of the Pokedex (choose the second option), and down to the end of the Pokedex (choose the third option). Select menu Basically the Select button will enable you to configure how the Pokedex is displayed. Name Shows Pokemon based on alphabetical. There are three alphabets in each option, except the last two - "Y and Z Color Shows Pokemon of a particular Color Type Shows Pokemon according to type Order Numerical Mode - Sort Pokemonn based on their numbers A-Z Mode - List Pokemon in Alphabetical order Heaviest Mode - List Pokemon from heavy to light Lightest Mode - List Pokemon from light to heavy Tallestmode - List Pokemon from tallestto smallest Smallest Mode - List Pokemon smallest to tallest Type Hoenn Dex - Shows the Pokedex of 202 Pokemon obtainable in Houenn National Dex - Shows all the 386 Pokemon. (ways of unlocking it legitly is still unknown) Choosing a Pokedex entry on a Pokemon will show you it's picture, and details such as length and weight of the Pokemon, as well as a description of it if you have captured that Pokemon. From this screen, you will have 4 option Area Shows where that particular Pokemon could be found in the wild. The area in which that Pokemon is available will glow. This is a prectical feature, as you could know wether a Pokemon could be found in the wild, and where to find them. Cry Choosing this option will let you hear the sound that the Pokemon made. Comparison Choosing this option will show you graphically how big/small is that Pokemon compared to the trainer. Cancel Self-Explainatory. This will take you back to previous menu. ============== 10. New Pokemon ============== In total, there are 135 new Pokemon in Ruby/Sapphire. Some of them bears a close resemblance to its older counterpart. Below are the names of all the new 135 Pokemon. On the right, is their English name. Kimori - Treecko Juputol - Grovyle Jucain - Sceptile Achamo - Torchic Wakashamo - Combusken Bashamo - Blaziken Mizugurou - Mudskip Numakuroo - Marshtomp Raguraaji - Swampert Pochiena - Poochyena Guraena - Mightyena Jiguzaguma - Zigzagoon Massuguma - Linoon kemusso - Wurmple Karasarisu - Silcoon Agehunto - Beautifly Mayurudo - Cuscoon Dokukeiru - Dustox Haasebo - Lotad Hasubero - Lombre Runpapa -Ludicolo Tanebo - Seedot Konohana - Nuzleaf Daatengu - Barkon Tsuchinin - Nincada Tekkanin - Ninjask Nukenin - Shedinja Subame - Taillow Oosubame - Swellow Kinococo - Shroomish Kinogassa - Brelom Patchiiru - Spinda Kyamome - Wingull Peripaa - Pelliper Ametama -Surskit Amemoosu - Masqurain Hoeruko - Wailmer Hoeruo - Wailord Eneko - Skitty Enekororo - Delicatt Kakureon - Kecleon Yajiron - Baltoy Nendooru - Claydoll Nozupasu - Nosepass Kootasu - Torkoal Yamirami - Sableye Dojotchi - Barboach Namazun - Whicash Rabukasu - Luvdisc Heigani - Corphish Shizarigar - Crawdaunt Hinbasu - Feebass Mirokarosu - Milotic Kibania - Charvanha Samehadda - Sharpedo Knuckler - Trapinch Biburaaba - Vibrava Furaigon - Flygon Makunosita - Makuhita Hariteyama - Hariyama Rakurai - Electrike Raiboruto - Manetrike Donmeru - Numel Bakuda - Camerupt Tamazarashi - Spheal Todogura - Sealo Todozeruga - Wailren Saboena - Cacnea Nokutasu - Cacturne Yukiwarashi - Snorunt Onigoori - Glalie Runatoon - Lunatone Solarrock - Solrock Ruriri - Azzurill Banebuu - Spoink Buupiggu - Grumpig Purasuru - Plusle Mainan - Minun Kuchiito - Mawile Asanan - Meaditite Chaaremu - Medicharm Chirutto - Swablu Chirutarisu - Altaria Soonano - Wynaut Yomawaru - Duskull Samayooru - Dusclops Roseria - Roselia Namakero - Slakoth Yarukimono - Vigoroth Kek-king - Slaking Gokurin - Gulpin Marunoomu - Swalot Torupiusu - Tropius Gonyonyo - Whismur Dogoomu - Loudred Bakuong - Exploud Paaruru - Clampearl Hanteeru - Huntail Sakurabisu - Gorebyss Abusoru - Absol Kagebouzu - Shuppet Jupetta - Banette Habunake - Seviper Zanguusu - Zangoose Jiirachi - Relicanth Kokodora - Aron Kodora - Lairon Bosugodora - Aggron Powarun - Castform Barubito - Volbeat Iruumize - Illumize Ririira - Lileep Yureidoru - Cradily Anopusu - Anorith Aamurudo - Armaldo Rarutosu - Ralts Kiruria - Kirlia Saanaito - Gardevoir Tatsubei - Bagon Komoru - Shelgon Boomanda - Salamence Danbaru - Beldum Metangu - Metang Metagurosu - Metalgross Reji-rock - Regi-Rock Reji-ice - Regi-Ice Reji-steel - Regi-Steel Kaiorga - Kyogre Groudon - Groudon Rekkuuza - Rayquaza Latias - Latias Latios - Latios Jiraachi - Jiirachi Deokishisu - Deoxys ============ 11. TM list ============ Here are the TM that could be found in the game. TM 01 - Focus Punch Type: Fighting PP: 20 Base Damage: 150 Accuracy: 100% Location: Route 115 TM 02 - Dragon Claw Type: Dragon PP: 15 Base Damage: 80 Accuracy: 100% Location: Meteor Falls TM 03 - Water Pulse Type: Water PP: 20 Base Damage: 60 Accuracy: 100% Location: Given to you by 8th gym leader TM 04 - Calm Mind Type: Psychic PP: 20 Base Damage: - Accuracy: - Location: Given to you by 7th gym leaders TM 05 - Roar Type: Normal PP: 20 Base Damage: - Accuracy: - Location: Route 116 TM 06 - Toxic Type: Poison PP: 10 Base Damage: - Accuracy: 85% Location: Fiery Path TM 07 - Hail Type: Ice PP: 10 Base Damage: - Accuracy: - Location: Shoal Cave TM 08 - Bulk Up Type: Fighting PP: 20 Base Damage: - Accuracy: - Location: Given to you by 2nd gym leader TM 09 - Bullet Seed Type: Grass PP: 30 Base Damage: 10 Accuracy: 100% Location: Outside Flower Shop (Route 104) TM 10 - Hidden Power Type: Normal PP: 15 Base Damage: 70 Accuracy: 100% Location: Rustboro City flea market TM 11 - Sunny Day Type: Fire PP: 5 Base Damage: - Accuracy: - Location: Route 120 TM 12 - Taunt Type: Dark PP: 20 Base Damage: - Accuracy: 100% Location: Route 110 TM 13 - Ice Beam Type: Ice PP: 10 Base Damage: 95 Accuracy: 100% Location: Casino Prize (4000 Coins) TM 14 - Blizzard Type: Ice PP: 5 Base Damage: 120 Accuracy: 75% Location: Lilycove City Dept Store, 4th Floor (5500 Poke) TM 15 - Hyper Beam Type: Normal PP: 5 Base Damage: 150 Accuracy: 95% Location: Lilycove City Dept store, 4th Floor (7500 Poke) TM 16 - Light Screen Type: Psychic PP: 20 Base Damage: - Accuracy: - Location: Minamo Dept Store 4th floor (3000 Poke) TM 17 - Protect Type: Normal PP: 10 Base Damage: - Accuracy: - Location: Lilycove Dept Store 4th floor (3000 Poke) TM 18 - Rain Dance Type: Water PP: 5 Base Damage: - Accuracy: - Location: Wrecked Ship TM 19 - Giga Drain Type: Grass PP: 5 Base Damage: 60 Accuracy: - Location: Route 122 TM 20 - Safeguard Type: Normal PP: 25 Base Damage: - Accuracy: - Location: Lilycove Dept Store 4th Floor (3000 Poke) TM 21 - Frustation Type: Normal PP: 20 Base Damage: 1-120 Accuracy: 100% Location: Pacifidlog Town TM 22 - Solar Beam Type: Grass PP: 10 Base Damage: 120 Accuracy: 100% Location: Safari Zone TM 23 - Iron Tail Type: Steel PP: 10 Base Damage: 100 Accuracy: 75% Location: Meteor Falls TM 24- ThunderBolt Type: Electric PP: 15 Base Damage: 95 Accuracy: 100% Location: Casino Prize (4000 Coins) TM 25 - Thunder Type: Electric PP: 10 Base Damage: 120 Accuracy: 70% Location: Lilycove City Dept Store, 4th floor (5500 Poke) TM 26 - Earthquake Type: Ground PP: 10 Base Damage: 100 Accuracy: 100% Location:Groudon/Kyogre Lair (Route 128) TM 27 - Return Type: Normal PP: 20 Base Damage: 1-120 Accuracy: 100% Location: Lilycove Town TM 28 - Dig Type: Ground PP: 10 Base Damage: 60 Accuracy: 100% Location: Fallarbor town. Talk to the small boy to get it TM 29 - Psychic Type: Psychic PP: 10 Base Damage: 90 Accuracy: 100% Location: Casino Prize (3500 Coins) TM 30 - Shadow Ball Type: Ghost PP: 15 Base Damage: 80 Accuracy: 100% Location: Pokemon Tower TM 31 - Brick Break Type: Fighting PP: 15 Base Damage: 75 Accuracy: 100% Location: Sootopolis City TM 32 - Double Team Type: Normal PP: 15 Base Damage: - Accuracy: - Location: Casino prize (1500 Coins) TM 33 - Reflect Type: Psychic PP: 20 Base Damage: - Accuracy: - Location: Lilycove City Dept store, 4th floor (3000 Poke) TM 34 - Shock Wave Type: Electric PP: 20 Base Damage: 60 Accuracy: 100% Location: Given to you by 3rd gym leader TM 35 - Flamethrower Type: Fire PP: 15 Base Damage: 95 Accuracy: 100% Location: Casino Prize (4000 Coins) TM 36 - Sludge Bomb Type: Poison PP: 10 Base Damage: 90 Accuracy: 100% Location: Dewford Town TM 37 - Sandstorm Type: Rock PP: 10 Base Damage: 120 Accuracy: - Location: Desert TM 38 - Fire Blast Type: Fire PP: 5 Base Damage: 120 Accuracy: 85% Location: Lilycove City Dept store, 4th floor (5500 Poke) TM 39 - Rock Tomb Type: Rock PP: 10 Base Damage: 50 Accuracy: 85% Location: Give to you by 1st gym leader TM 40 - Aerial Ace Type: Flying PP: 20 Base Damage: 60 Accuracy: - Location: Given to you by 6th gym leader TM 41 - Torment Type: Dark PP: 15 Base Damage: - Accuracy: 100% Location: Slateport City TM 42 - Facade Type: Normal PP: 20 Base Damage: 70 Accuracy: 100% Location: Given to you by 5th gym leader TM 43 - Secret power (used to create your secret base) Type: Normal PP: 20 Base Damage: 70 Accuracy: 100% Location: Route 111, Slateport City Flea Market TM 44 - Rest Type: Psychic PP: 10 Base Damage: - Accuracy: - Location:Lilycove City TM 45 - Attract Type: Normal PP: 15 Base Damage: - Accuracy: - Location: Verdanturf Town TM 46 - Thief Type: Dark PP: 10 Base Damage: 40 Accuracy: 100% Location: Given to you by Team Magma/Aqua member in ocean museum TM 47 - Steel Wing Type: Steel PP: 25 Base Damage: 70 Accuracy: 90% Location: Given to you by the Champion after you delivered the memo TM 48 - Skill Swap Type: Psychic PP: 10 Base Damage: - Accuracy: 100% Location: Mt Pyre TM 49 - Snatch Type: Dark PP: 10 Base Damage: - Accuracy: 100% Location: Boat TM 50 - Overheat Type: Fire PP: 5 Base Damage: 140 Accuracy: 90% Location: Given to you by the 4th gym leader ================= 12. Pokemon Info ================= Here are some brief info about the Pokemon in Ru/Sa. Listed according to Pokedex Number #1 Treecko JP name: Kimori Type: Grass Height: 0.5 m Weight: 5.0 kg Characteristic: Overgrow Found in: Littleroot Town. Given to you after you rescue Professor Birch. Availaible in: Ru/Sa #2 Grovyle JP name: Jupotol Type: Grass Height: 0.9 m Weight: 21.6 kg Characteristic: Overgrow Found In: Evolve from Treecko at level 16 Availaible in: Ru/Sa #3 Sceptile JP name: Jucain Type: Grass Height: 1.7 m Weight: 52.2 kg Characteristic: Overgrow Found in: Evolve from Grovyle at level 36 Available in: Ru/Sa #4 Torchic JP name: Achamo Type: Fire Height: 0.4 m Weight: 2.5 kg Characteristic: Blaze Found in: Littleroot Town. Given to you after you rescue Professor Birch. Available in: Ru/Sa #5 Combusken JP name: Wakashamo Type: Fire/Fighting Height: 0.9 m Weight: 19.5 kg Characteristic: Blaze Found In: Evolve from Torchic at level 16 Availaible in: Ru/Sa #6 Blaziken JP name: Bashamo Type: Fire/Fighting Height: 1.9 m Weight: 52.0 kg Characteristic: Blaze Found in: Evolve from Combusken at level 36 Available in: Ru/Sa #7 Mudkip JP name: Mizugurou Type: Water Height: 0.4 m Weight: 7.6 kg Characteristic: Torrent Found in: Littleroot Town. Given to you after you rescue Professor Birch. Avilable in: Ru/Sa #8 Marshtomp JP name: Numakuroo Type: Water/Ground Height: 0.7 m Weight: 28 kg Characteristic: Torrent Found In: Evolve from Mudkip at level 16 Availaible in: Ru/Sa #9 Swampert JP name: Raguuraji Type: Water/Ground Height: 1.5 m Weight: 81.9 kg Characteristic: Torrent Found In: Evolve from Marshstomp at level 36 Availaible in: Ru/Sa #10 Poochyena JP name: Pochiena Type: Dark/Normal Height: 0.5 m Weight: 13.5 kg Characteristic: Run Away Found in: Route 101, 102 Available in: Ru/Sa #11 Mightyena JP name: Guraina Type: Dark/Normal Height: 1.0 m Weight: 37.0 kg Characteristic: Intimidate Found in: Evolve from Poochyena at level 18 Avilable in: Ru/Sa #12 Zigzagoon JP name: Jiguzaguma Type: Normal Height: 0.4 m Weight: 17.5 kg Characteristic: Pickup Found in: almost everywhere except on North-Western route Available in: Ru/Sa #13 Linoone JP name: Massuguma Height: 0.5 m Weight: 32.5 kg Characteristic: Pickup Found in: Evolve from Zigzagoon, route 118-123 Available in: Ru/Sa #14 Wurmple JP name: Kemusso Type: Bug Height: 0.3 m Weight: 3.6 kg Characteristic: Shield Dust Found in: Petalburg Forest, Route 101-103 Available in: Ru/Sa #15 Silcoon Jp name: Karasarisu Type: Bug Height: 0.6 m Weight: 10.0 kg Characteristic: Shed Skin Found in: Evolve from Wurmple at level 7 (day), Petalburg Forest Available in: Ru/Sa #16 Beautifly JP name: Agehunto Type: Bug/Flying Height: 1.0 m Weight: 28.4 kg Characteristic: Swarm Found in: Evolve from Silcoon at level 10 Available in:Ru/Sa #17 Cuscoon JP Name: Mayaruudo Type: Bug Height: 0.7 m Weight: 11.5 kg Characteristic: Shed Skin Found in: Petalburg Forest, evolve from Wurmple at level 7 (Night) Available in: Ru/Sa #18 Dustox JP name: Dokukeiru Type: Bug/Posison Height: 1.2 m Weight: 31.6 kg Characteristic: Shield Dust Found in: Evolve from Cuscoon at level 10 Available in: Ru/Sa #19 Lotad JP name:Hasuubo Type: Water/Grass Height: 0.5 m Weight: 2.6 kg Characteristic: Rain Dish, Swift Swim Found in: Route 102, 114 Available in: Sa #20 Lombre JP name: Hasuubero Type: Water/Grass Height: 1.2 m Weight: 32.5 kg Characteristic: Rain Dish, Swift Swim Found in: evolve from Lotad at level 14, route 114 Available in: Sa #21 Ludicolo JP name: Runpapa Type: Water/Grass Height: 1.5 m Weight: 55.0 kg Characteristic: Rain Dish, Swift Swim Found in: Evolve from Lombre using Water Stone Available in: Sa #22 Seedot JP name: Taneebo Type: Grass Height: 0.5 m Weight: 4.0 kg Characteristic: Early Bird, Chlorophyll Found in: Route 102, Route 114 Available in: Ru #23 Nuzleaf JP name: Konohana Type: Grass/Dark Height: 1.0 m Weight: 28.0 kg Characteristic: Early Bird, Chlorophyll Found in: Evolve from Seedot at level 14, route 114 Available in: Ru #24 Shiftry JP name: Daatengu Type: Grass/Dark Height: 1.3 m Weight: 59.6 kg Characteristic: Early Bird, Chlorophyll Found in: evolve from Nuzleaf using leaf stone Available in: Ru # 25 Taillow JP name: Subame Type: Normal/Flying Height: 0.3 m Weight: 2.3 kg Characteristic: Guts Found in: Route 104, 115, 116, Petalburg Woods Available in: Ru/Sa #26 Swellow JP name: Oosubame Type: Normal/Flying Height: 0.7 m Weight: 19.8 kg Characteristic: Guts Found in: evolve from Taillow, Route 115 Available in: Ru/Sa #27 Wingull Type: Water/Flying Height: 0.6 m Weight: 9.5 kg Characteristic: White Smoke Found in: Everywhere, except North-Western part of the island Available in: Ru/Sa #28 Pelipper Type: Water/Flying Height: 1.2 m Weight: 28.0 kg Characteristic: White Smoke Found in: Everywhere, except North-western part of the island and route 101, 102, evolved from Wingull. Available in: Ru/Sa #29 Ralts Type: Psychic Height: 0.4 m Weight: 6.6 kg Found in: Route 102 Characteristic: Synchronize, Trace Available in: Ru/Sa #30 Kirlia Type: Psychic Height: 0.8 m Weight: 20.2 kg Found in: Evolve from Ralts at level 20 Characteristic: Synchronize, Trace Available in: Ru/Sa #31 Gardevoir Type: Psychic Height: 1.6 m Weight: 48.4 kg Found in: Evolve from Kirlia at level 30 Characteristic: Synchronize, Trace Available in: Ru/Sa #32 Surskit Type: Bug/Water Height: 0.5 m Weight: 1.7 kg Characteristic: Swift Swim Found in: route 102, 111, 114, 117, 120 Available in: Ru/Sa #33 Masquerain Type: Bug/Flying Height: 0.8 m Weight: 3.6 kg Characteristic: Intimidate Found in: evolve from Surskit Available in: Ru/Sa #34 Shroomish Type: Grass Height: 0.4 m Weight: 4.5 kg Characteristic: Effect Spore Found in: Petalburg Woods Available in: Ru/Sa #35 Brelom Type: Grass/Fighting Height: 1.2 m Weight: 39.2 kg Characteristic: Effect Spore Found in: Evolve from Brelom at level 23 Available in: Ru/Sa #36 Slakoth Type: Normal Height: 0.8 m Weight: 24.0 kg Characteristic: Truant Found in: Petalburg Woods Available in: Ru/Sa #37 Vigoroth Type: Normal Height: 1.4 m Weight: 46.5 kg Characteristic: Vital Spirit Found in: Evolve from Slakoth at level 18 Available in: Ru/Sa #38 Slaking Type: Normal Height: 2.0 m Weight: 130.5 kg Characteristic: Truant Found in: Evolve from Vigoroth at level 36 Available in: Ru/Sa #39 Abra Type: Psychic Height: 0.9 m Weight: 19.5 kg Characteristic: Inner focus, Synchronize Found in: Cave North-West of 2nd Gym Available in: Ru/Sa #40 Kadabra Type: Psychic Height: 1.3 m Weight: 56.5 kg Characteristic: Inner focus, Synchronize Found in: Evolve from Abra at level 16 Available in: Ru/Sa #41 Alakazam Type: Psychic Height: 1.5 m Weight: 48.0 kg Characteristic: Inner focus, Synchronize Found in: Evolve from Kadabra by trading Available in: Ru/Sa #42 Nincada Type: Bug/Ground Height: 0.5 m Weight: 5.5 kg Characteristic: Compundeyes Found in: route 116 Available in: Ru/Sa #43 Ninjask Type: Bug/Flying Height: 0.8 m Weight: 12.0 kg Characteristic: Speed Boost Found in: Evolve from Nincada at level 20 Available in: Ru/Sa #44 Shedinja Type: Bug/Ghost Height: 0.8 m Weight: 1.2 kg Characteristic: Wonder Guard Found in: You get Nincada if you evolved Tsuchinin while carrying 5 Pokemon or less. Available in: Ru/Sa #45 Whismur Type: Normal Height: 0.6 m Weight: 16.3 kg Characteristic: Soundproof Found in: Route 116 Available in: Ru/Sa #46 Loudred Type: Normal Height: 1.0 m Weight: 40.5 kg Characteristic: Found in: Victory road, evolve from Whismur Available in: Ru/Sa #47 Exploud Type: Normal Height: 1.5 m Weight: 84.0 kg Characteristic: Found in: evolve from Loudred Available in: Ru/Sa #48 Makuhita Type: Fighting Height: 1.0 m Weight: 86.4 kg Characteristic: Found in: Victory Road, Cave North-West of second gym Available in: Ru/Sa #49 Hariyama Type: Fighting Height: 2.3 m Weight: 253.8 kg Characteristic: Thick Fat Found in: Evolve from Makuhita, victory road Available in: Ru/Sa #50 Goldeen Type: Water Height: 0.6 m Weight: 15.0 kg Characteristic: Swift Swim Found in: route 102, 111, 114, 117, 120, safari zone, Victory Road Available in: Ru/Sa #51 Seaking Type: Water Height: 1.3 m Weight: 39.0 kg Characteristic: Found in: Safari Zone, Evolve from Goldeen at level 33 Available in: Ru/Sa #52 Magikarp Type: Water Height: 0.9 m Weight: 10.0 m Characteristic: Found in: everywhere in the water Available in: Ru/Sa #53 Gyarados Type: Water/Flying Height: 6.5 m Weight: 235.0 kg Characteristic: Found in: evolve from Magikarp at level 20, Rune City Available in: Ru/Sa #54 Azzurill JP name: Ruriri Type: Normal Height: 0.2 m Weight: 2.0 kg Characteristic: Found in: breed a Marril Available in: Ru/Sa #55 Marill Type: Water Height: 0.4 m Weight: 8.5 kg Characteristic: Thick Fat Found in: route 102, 111, 114, 117, 120, evolve from azzurill Available in: Ru/Sa #56 Azzumarill Type: Water Height: 0.8 m Weight: 28.5 kg Characteristic: Found in: Evolve from Marrill Available in: Ru/Sa #57 Geodude Type: Rock/Ground Height: 0.4 m Weight: 20.0 kg Characteristic: Sturdy Found in: victory road, cave north-west of second gym, safari zone, route 114, 117 Available in: Ru/Sa #58 Graveller Type: Rock/Ground Height: 1.0 m Weight: 105.0 m Characteristic: Sturdy Found in: victory road, evolve from Geodude at level 25 Available in: Ru/Sa #59 Golem Type: Rock/Ground Height: 1.4 m Weight: 300.0 kg Characteristic: Sturdy Found in: Evolve by trading Graveller Available in: Ru/Sa #60 Nosepass Type: Rock Height: 1.0 m Weight: 97.0 kg Characteristic: Sturdy Found in: Cave North-West of 2nd gym Available in: Ru/Sa #61 Skitty Type: Normal Height: 0.6 m Weight: 11.0 kg Characteristic: Found in: route 116 Available in: Ru/Sa #62 Delcatty Type: Normal Height: 1.1 m Weight: 32.6 kg Characteristic: Found in: Evolve from Delcatty by using moon stone Available in: Ru/Sa #63 Zubat Type: Poison/Flying Height: 0.8 m Weight: 7,5 kg Characteristic: Found in: everywhere in caves Available in: Ru/Sa #64 Golbat Type: Poison/Flying Height: 1.6 m Weight: 55.0 kg Characteristic: Found in: Everywhere on cave, except North-West of second gym, evolve from Zubat at level 22 Available in: Ru/Sa #65 Crobat Type: Poison/Flying Height: 1.8 m Weight:75.0 kg Characteristic: Found in: Evolve from Golbat if it's happy Available in: Ru/Sa #66 Tentacool Type: Water/Poison Height: 0.9 m Weight: 45.5 kg Characteristic: Found in: Whenever you see a water, you'll see Tentacool Available in: Ru/Sa #67 Tentracuel Type: Water/Poison Height: 1.6 m Weight: 55.0 kg Characteristic: Found in: East of Dewford town (in the water) Available in: Ru/Sa #68 Sableye JP name: Yamirami Type: Ghost/Dark Height: 0.5 m Weight: 11.0 kg Characteristic: Found in: Cave near Dewford Town, sky pillar, Kyogre/Groudon lair, Victory road Available in: Sa #69 Mawile JP name: Kuuchito Type: Steel Height: 0.6 m Weight: 11.5 kg Characteristic: Found in: Cave near Dewford Town, sky pillar, Kyogre/Groudon lair, Victory road Available in: Ru #70 Aron Jp name: Kokodora Type: Steel/Rock Height: 0.4 m Weight: 60.0 kg Found in: Cave near Dewford Town, Victory Road Characteristic: Sturdy Available in: Ru/Sa #71 Lairon Jp name: Kodora Type: Steel/Rock Height: 0.9 m Weight: 120.0 kg Found in: evolve from Aron at level 32, Victory Road Characteristic: Sturdy Available in: Ru/Sa #72 Aggron JP name: Bosugodora Type: Steel/Rock Height: 2.1 m Weight: 360.0 kg Weight: 19.5 kg Found in: Route 112, evolve from Lairon at level 42 Characteristic: Sturdy Available in: Ru/Sa #73 Machop Type: Fighting Height: 0.8 m Weight: 11.5 kg Characteristic: Found in: Available in : Ru/Sa #74 Machoke Type: Fighting Height: 1.5 m Weight: 70.5 kg Characteristic: Found in: evolve from Machop at level 28 Available in: Ru/Sa #75 Machamp Type: Fighting Height: 1.6 m Weight: 130.0 kg Characteristic: Found in: Evolve From Machoke by trading Available in: Ru/Sa #76 Meditite JP name: Asanan Type: Fighting/Psychic Height: 0.6 m Weight: 11.2 kg Characteristic: Found in: Route 122, Victory Road Available in: Ru/Sa #77 Medicharm Type: Fighting/Psychic Height: 1.3 m Weight: 31.5 kg Characteristic: Found in: Victory Road, evolve from Meditite Available in: Ru/Sa #78 Elektrike JP name: Rakurai Type: Electric Height: 0.6 m Weight: 15.2 kg Found in: Route 110, 118 Characteristic: Static Available in: Ru/Sa #79 Manetric Jp name: Raiboruto Type: Electric Height: 1.5 m Weight: 40.2 kg Found in: Route 118, evolve from Elektrike Characteristic: Static Available in: Ru/Sa #80 Plusle Type: Electric Height: 0.4 m Weight: 4.2 kg Found in: route 110 Chracteristic: + Available in: Ru/Sa #81 Minun Type: Electric Height: 0.4 m Weight: 4.2 kg Found in: route 110 Characteristic: - Available in: Ru/Sa #82 Magnemite Type: Electric/Steel Height: 0.3 m Weight: 6.0 kg Characteristic: Sturdy Found in: Power Plant Available in: Ru/Sa #83 Magneton Type: Electric/Steel Height: 1.0 m Weight: 60.0 kg Characteristic: Sturdy Found in: Power Plant, evolve from Magnemite at level 30 Available in: Ru/Sa #84 Voltorb Type: Electric Height: 0.5 m Weight: 10.4 kg Characteristic: Static Found in: Power Plant Available in:Ru/Sa #85 Electrode Type: Electric Height: 1.2 m Weight: 66.6 kg Characteristic: Static Found in: Power Plant, evolve from Magnemite Available in: Ru/Sa #86 Volbeat JP name: Barubito Type: Bug Height: 0.7 m Weight: 17.7 kg Characteristic: Found in: Route 117 Available in: Ru/Sa #87 Illumize Jp name: Iruumize Type: Bug Height: 0.6 m Weight: 17.7 kg Characteristic: Found in: Route 117 Available in: Ru/Sa #88 Oddish Type: Grass/Poison Height: 0.5 m Weight: 5.4 kg Characteristic: Chlorophyll Found in: Route 110, 117-123, Safari Zone Available in: Ru/Sa #89 Gloom Type: Grass/Poison Height: 0.8 m Weight: 8.6 kg Characteristic: Found in: Route 121, 123, Safari Zone, evolve from Oddish Available in: Ru/Sa #90 Vileplume Type: Grass/Poison Height: 1.2 m Weight: 18.6 kg Characteristic: Found in: Evolve from Gloom using Leaf Stone Available in: Ru/Sa #91 Bellosom Type: Grass Height: 0.4 m Weight: 5.8 kg Characteristic: Found in: Evolve from gloom using Solar Stone Available in: Ru/Sa #92 Doduo Type: Normal/Flying Height: 1.4 m Weight: 39.2 kg Characteristic: Run Away Found in: Safari Zone Available in : Ru/Sa #93 Dodrio Type: Normal/Flying Height: 1.8 m Weight: 85.2 kg Characteristic: Found in: Safari Zone, Evolve from Doduo Available in: Ru/Sa #94 Roselia JP name: Rozeria Type: Grass/Poison Height: 0.3 m Weight: 2.0 kg Characteristic: Found in: Route 117 Available in: Ru/Sa #95 Gulpin Jp name: Gokurin Type: Poison Height: 0.4 m Weight: 10.3 kg Found in: Route 110 Available in: Ru/Sa #96 Swalot JP name: Marunomu Type: Poison Height: 1.7 m Weight: 80.0 kg Characteristic: Found in: Evolve from Gulpin Available in: Ru/Sa #97 Carvanha JP name: Kibania Type: Water/Dark Height: 0.8 m Weight: 20.8 kg Characteristic: Rough Skin Found in: Route 118, 119 Available in: Ru/Sa #98 Sharpedo JP name: Samehadda Type: Water/Dark Height: 1.8 m Weight: 88.8 kg Characteristic: Rough Skin Found in: Evolve from Carvanha, Route 103, 118, 122, 124-134 Available in: Ru/Sa #99 Wailmer JP name: Hoeruko Type: Water Height: 2.0 m Weight: 130.0 kg Characteristic: Found in: route 103, 110, 115, 121-123, all the sea routes Available in: Ru/Sa #100 Wailord JP name: Hoeruo Type: Water Height: 14.5 m Weight: 398.0 kg Characteristic: Water Veil Found in: Evolve from Wailmer at level 40, route 129 Available in: Ru/Sa #101 Numel Type: Fire/Ground Height: 0.7 m Weight: 24.0 kg Found in: route 112 Available in: Ru/Sa #102 Camerupt Type: Fire/Ground Height: 1.9 m Weight: 220.0 kg Found in: Evolve from Numel Available in: Ru/Sa #103 Slugma Type: Fire Height: 0.7 m Weight: 35.0 kg Found in: Cave in Chimney Mountain Available in: Ru/Sa #104 Maccargo Type: Fire/Rock Height: 0.8 m Weight: 55.0 kg Found in: Evolve from Slugma Available in: Ru/Sa #105 Torkoal Type: Fire Height: 0.5 m Weight: 80.4 kg Found in: Cave in Chimney Mountain Available in: Ru/Sa #106 Grimer Type: Poison Height: 0.9 m Weight: 30.0 kg Found in: Cave in Chimney Mountain Available in: Ru/Sa #107 Muk Type: Poison Height: 1.2 m Weight: 30.0 kg Found in: Evolve from Grimer Available in: Ru/Sa #108 Koffing Type: Poison Height: 0.6 m Weight: 1.0 kg Characteristic: Levitate Found in: Cave in Chimney Mountain Available in: Ru/Sa #109 Weezing Type: Poison Height: 1.2 m Weight: 9.5 kg Characteristic: Levitate Found in: Evolve from Koffing Available in: Ru/Sa #110 Spoink JP Name: Banebu Type: Psychic Height: 0.7 m Weight: 30.6 kg Found in: Fiery Path Available in: Ru/Sa #111 Grumpig JP Name: Bupiggu Type: Psychic Height: 0.9 m Weight: 71.5 kg Found in: Evolve from Spoink at lvl 32 Available in: Ru/Sa #112 Sandshrew JP name: Sando Type: Ground Height: 0.6 m Weight: 12.0 kg Characteristic: Sand Veil Found in: Route 111, 113 Available in: Ru/Sa #113 Sandslash JP Name: Sandopan Type: Ground Height: 1.0 m Wieght: 29.5 kg Characteristic: Sand Veil Found in: Evolve from Sandshrew at lvl 22 Available in: Ru/Sa #114 Spinda JP name: Patchiruu Type: Normal Height: 1.1 m Weight: 5.0 kg Found in: route 113 Available in: Ru/Sa #115 Skarmory JP name: Eamudoo Type: Flying/Steel Height: 1.7 m Weight: 50.5 kg Characteristic: Sturdy Found in: route 113 Available in: Ru/Sa #116 Trapinch JP Name: Nakkura Type: Ground Height: 0.7 m Weight: 15.0 kg Found in: Route 111 Available in: Ru/Sa #117 Vibrava JP Name: Biruuraaba Type: Ground/Dragon Height: 1.1 m Weight: 15.3 kg Found in: Evolve from Trapinch at level 35 Available in: Ru/Sa #118 Flygon JP Name: Furaigon Type: Ground/Dragon Height: 2.0 m Weight: 82.0 kg Found in: Evolve from Vibrava at level 45 Available in: Ru/Sa #119 Cacnea Type: Grass Height: 0.4 m Weight: 51.3 kg Characteristic: Sand Veil Found in: Route 111 Available in: Ru/Sa #120 Cacturne Type: Grass/Dark Height: 1.3 m Weight: 77.4 kg Characteristic: Sand Veil Found in: Evolve from Cacnea Available in: Ru/Sa #121 Swablu Type: Normal/Flying Height: 0.4 m Weight: 1.2 kg Found in: Route 114, 115 Available in: Ru/Sa #122 Chiratisu Type: Dragon Flying Height: 1.1 m Weight: 20.6 kg Found in: Evolve from Swablu at level 35, Sky Pillar Available in: Ru/Sa #123 Zangoose Type: Normal Height: 1.3 m Weight: 40.3 kg Found in: Route 114 Available in: Ru #124 Seviper Type: Poison Height: 2.7 m Weight: 52.5 kg Found in: Route 114 Available in: Sa #125 Lunatone Type: Rock/Psychic Height: 1.0 m Weight: 168.0 kg Found in: Meteor Falls Available in: Sa #126 Solarock Type: Rock/Psychic Height: 1.2 m Weight: 154.0 kg Found in: Meteor Falls Available in: Ru #127 Barboach Type: Ground Height: 0.4 m Weight: 1.9 kg Found in: Route 111, 114, 119 Available in: Ru/Sa #128 Whicash Type: Water/Ground Height: 0.9 m Weight: 23.6 kg Found in: Evolve from Barboach at level 30 Available in: Ru/Sa #129 Corphish Type: Water/Dark Height: 0.6 m Weight: 11.5 kg Found in: Route 102, 117 Available in: Ru/Sa #130 Crawdaunt Type: Water/Dark Height: 1.1 m Weight: 32.8 kg Found in: Evolve from Corphish at level 30 Available in: Ru/Sa #131 Baltoy Type: Ground/Psychic Height: 0.5 m Weight: 21.5 kg Found in: Route 111 Available in: Ru/Sa #132 Claydoll Type: Ground/Psychic Height: 1.5 m Weight: 108.0 kg Found in: evolve from Baltoy at level 36, Sky Pillar Available in: Ru/Sa #133 Lileep Type: Rock/Grass Height: 1.0 m Weight: 23.8 kg Found in: Ressurect fossil in the desert Available in: Ru/Sa #134 Cradily Type: Rock/Grass Height: 1.5 m Weight: 60.4 kg Found in: Evolve from Lileep at level 40 Available in: Ru/Sa #135 Anorith Type: Rock/Bug Height: 0.7 m Weight: 12.5 kg Found in: Resurrect fossil in the desert Available in: Ru/Sa #136 Armaldo Type: Rock/Bug Height: 1.5 m Weight: 68.2 kg Found in: Evolve from Anorith at level 40 Available in: Ru/Sa #137 Igglybuff Type: Normal Height: 0.3 m Weight: 1.0 kg Found in: Breed two Jigglypuff Available in: Ru/Sa #138 Jigglypuff Type: Normal Height: 0.5 m Weight: 5.5 kg Found in: Route 115, Evolve from Igglybuff (happiness) Available in: Ru/Sa #139 Wiglytuff Type: Normal Height: 1.0 m Weight: 12.0 kg Found in: Evolve from Jigglypuff using Moon Stone Available in: Ru/Sa #140 Feebass Type: Water Height: 0.6 m Weight: 7.4 kg Found in: Route 119 (Rare) Available in: Ru/Sa #141 Milotic Type: Water Height: 6.2 m Weight: 162.0 kg Found in: Evolve from Feebass through beauty Available in: Ru/Sa #142 Castform Type: Normal Height: 0.3 m Weight: 0.8 kg Characteristic: Forecast Found in: Building West of Fortree City. Get it after you've beaten Team Magma/Aqua there. Available in: Ru/Sa #143 Staryu Type: Water Height: 0.8 m Weight: 34.5 kg Found in: Water surrounding Minamo City Available in: Ru/Sa #144 Starmie Type: Water/Psychic Height: 1.1 m Weight: 80.0 kg Found in: Evolve from Staryu using Water Stone Available in: Ru/Sa #145 Kecleon Jp name: Kakureon Type: Normal Height: 1.0 m Weight: 22.0 kg Found in: route 119, 120, 121, 123 Available in: Ru/Sa #146 Shuppet JP name: Kagebouzo Type: Ghost Height: 0.6 m Weight: 2.3 kg Found in: Route 121, 123, Mt Pyre Available in: Ru/Sa #147 Banette JP name: Jupetta Type: Ghost Height: 1.1 m Weight: 12.5 kg Found in: Sky Pillar, Evolve from Shuppet at level 37 Available in: Ru/Sa #148 Duskull JP name: Yomawaru Type: Ghost Height: 0.8 m Weight: 15.0 kg Found in: Mt Pyre Available in: Ru/Sa #149 Dusclops Type: Ghost Height: 1.6 m Weight: 30.6 kg Found in: Evolve from Duskull at level 37 Available in: Ru/Sa #150 Tropius Type: Grass/Flying Height: 2.0 m Weight: 100.0 kg Found in: Route 119 Characteristic: Chlorophyll Available in: Ru/Sa #151 Chimecho Type: Psychic Height: 0.6 m Weight: 1.0 kg Found in: On top of Mt Pyre (grass) Available in: Ru/Sa #152 Absol Type: Dark Height: 1.2 m Weight: 47.0 kg Found in: Route 120 Available in: Ru/Sa #153 Vulpix Type: Fire Height: 0.6 m Weight: 9.9 kg Found in: Grass above the ghost tower Available in: Ru/Sa #154 Ninetales Type: Fire Height: 1.1 m Weight: 19.9 kg Found in: Evolve from Vulpix using Fire Stone Available in: Ru/Sa #155 Pichu Type: Electric Height: 0.3 m Weight: 2.0 kg Characteristic: Static Found in: Breed Two Pikachu Available in: Ru/Sa #156 Pikachu Type: Electric Height: 0.4 m Weight: 6.0 kg Characteristic: Static Found in: Safari Zone, Evolve from Pichu Available in: Ru/Sa #157 Raichu Type: Electric Height: 0.8 m Weight: 30.0 kg Characteristic: Static Found in: Evolve from Pikachu using Thunder Stone Available in: Ru/Sa #158 Psyduck Type: Water Height: 0.8 m Weight: 19.6 kg Found in: Safari Zone Available in: Ru/Sa #159 Golduck Type: Water Height: 1.7 m Weight: 76.6 kg Found in: Evolve from Psyduck Available in: Ru/Sa #160 Waynaut Type: Psychic Height: 0.6 m Weight: 14.0 kg Characteristic: Shadow Tag Found in: Lavaridge Town (Egg) Available in: Ru/Sa #161 Wobbuffet Type: Psychic Height: 1.3 m Weight: 28.5 kg Characteristic: Shadow Tag Found in: Safari Zone, evolve from Waynaut Available in: Ru/Sa #162 Natu Type: Psychic/Flying Height: 0.2 m Weight: 2.0 kg Found in: Safari Zone Available in: Ru/Sa #163 Xatu Type: Psychic/Flying Height: 1.5 m Weight: 15 kg Found in: Evolve from Natu, Safari Zone Available in: Ru/Sa #164 Girafarig Type: Psychic Height: 1.5 m Weight: 41.5 kg Characteristic: Inner focus Found in: Safari Zone Available in: Ru/Sa #165 Phanphy Type: Ground Height: 0.5 m Weight: 33.5 kg Found in: Safari Zone Characteristic: Pick-Up Available in: Ru/Sa #166 Donphan Type: Ground Height: 1.1 m Weight: 120.0 kg Found in: Evolve from Phanphy Available in: Ru/Sa #167 Pinsir Type: Bug Height: 1.5 m Weight: 55.0 kg Characteristic: Hyper Cutter Found in: Safari Zone Available in: Ru/Sa #168 Heracross Type: Bug/Fighting Height: 1.5 m Weight: 54.0 kg Found in: Safari Zone Characteristic: Guts Available in: Ru/Sa #169 Rhyhorn Type: Ground/Rock Height: 1.0 m Weight: 115.0 kg Found in: Safari Zone Available in: Ru/Sa #170 Rhydon Type: Ground/Rock Height: 1.9 m Weight: 120.0 kg Found in: Evolve from Rhydon Characteristic: Lightning Rod Available in: Ru/Sa #171 Snorunt Type: Ice Height: 0.7 m Weight: 16.8 kg Found in: Cave North of Mossdeep City Available in: Ru/Sa #172 Glalie Type: Ice Height: 1.5 m Weight: 256.5 kg Found in: Evolve from Snorunt Available in: Ru/Sa #173 Spheal Type: Ice/Water Height: 0.8 m Weight: 39.5 kg Found in: Cave North of Mossdeep City Available in: Ru/Sa #174 Sealo Type: Ice/Water Height: 1.1 m Weight: 87.6 kg Found in: Evolve from Spheal Available in: Ru/Sa #175 Walrein Type: Ice/Water Height: 1.4 m Weight: 150.6 kg Found in: Evolve From Todoguraa Available in: Ru/Sa #176 Clampearl Type: Water Height: 0.4 m Weight: 52.5 kg Found in: Underewater (seaweeds) Available in: Ru/Sa #177 Huntail Type: Water Height: 1.7 m Weight: 27.0 kg Found in: Evolve from Clampearl by trading Available in: Ru/Sa #178 Gorebyss Type: Water Height: 1.8 m Weight: 22.6 kg Found in: Evolve from Clampearl by trading Available in: Ru/Sa #179 Jiiransu Type: Water/Rock Height: 1.0 m Weight: 23.4 kg Found in: Underwater (seaweeds) Characteristic: Swift Swim Available in: Ru/Sa #180 Corsola Type: Water/Rock Height: 0.6 m Weight: 5.0 kg Found in: Trade with Bellosom in Pacifidlog Town Available in: Ru/Sa #181 Chinchou Type: Electric/Water Height: 0.5 m Weight: 12.0 kg Found in: Underwater (seaweeds) Available in: Ru/Sa #182 Lanturn Type: Electric/Water Height: 1.2 m Weight: 22.5 kg Found in: Evolve from Chinchou Available in: Ru/Sa #183 Rabukasu Type: Water Height: 0.6 m Weight: 8.7 kg Found in: Route 128 Available in: Ru/Sa #184 Horsea Type: Water Height: 0.4 m Weight: 8.0 kg Found in: Route 132-134 Available in: Ru/Sa #185 Seadra Type: Water Height: 1.2 m Weight: 25.0 kg Found in: Evolve from Horsea Available in: Ru/Sa #186 Kingdra Type: Water Height: 1.8 m Weight: 152.0 kg Found in: Evolve from Seadra by trading Available in: Ru/Sa #187 Bagon Type: Dragon Height: 0.6 m Weight: 42.1 kg Found in: Meteor Falls Available in: Ru/Sa #188 Shelgon Type: Dragon Height: 1.1 m Weight: 110.5 kg Found in: Evolve from Bagon at level 30 Available in: Ru/Sa #189 Salamence Type: Dragon/Flying Height: 1.5 m Weight: 102.6 kg Found in: Evolve from Shelgon at level 50 Available in: Ru/Sa #190 Beldum Type: Steel/Psychic Height: 0.6 m Weight: 95.2 kg Found in: The Champ's house in Mossdeep City Characteristic: Clear Body Available in: Ru/Sa #191 Metang Type: Steel/Psychic Height: 1.2 m Weight: 202.5 kg Found in: Evolve from Beldum at level 20 Characteristic: Clear Body Available in: Ru/Sa #192 Metagross Type: Steel/Psychic Height: 1.6 m Weight: 550.0 kg Found in: Evolve from Metang at level 45 Available in: Ru/Sa #193 Regi-Rock Type: Rock Height: 1.7 m Weight: 230.0 kg Found in: Cave in the desert Characteristic: Clear Body Available in: Ru/Sa #194 Regi-Ice Type: Ice Height: 1.8 m Weight: 175.0 kg Found in: Cave West of the mainland Characteristic: Clear Body Available in: Ru/Sa #195 Regi-Steel Type: Steel Height: 1.9 m Weight: 205.0 kg Found in: Cave in route 120 Characteristic: Clear Body Available in: Ru/Sa #196 Latias Type: Dragon/Psychic Height: 1.4 m Weight: 40.0 kg Found in: Random (Sa)/Southern Island (Ru) Characteristic: Levitate Available in: Ru/Sa #197 Latios Type: Dragon/Psychic Height: 2.0 m Weight: 60.0 kg Found in: Random (Ru)/Southern Island (Sa) Characteristic: Levitate Available in: Ru/Sa #198 Kyogre Type: Water Height: 4.5 m Weight: 352.0 kg Found in: Cave of Origins Characteristic: Drizzle Available in: Sa #199 Groudon Type: Ground Height: 3.5 m Weight: 950 kg Found in: Cave of origins Characteristic: Drought Available in: Ru #200 Rayquaza Type: Dragon/Flying Height: 7.0 m Weight: 206.5 kg Found in: Sky Pillar Characteristic: Air-Lock Available in: Ru/Sa #201 Jiirachi Type: Steel/Psychic Height: 0.3 m Weight: 1.1 kg Found in: Unknown Available in: Unknown #202 Deoxys Type: Psychic Height: 1.7 m Weight: 60.8 kg Chracteristic: Pressure Found in: Unknown Available in: Unknown ========================= 13. Eon (Infinity) ticket ========================= The infinity ticket are ticket that enable you to go to Southern Island. This ticket could only be gotten through Nintendo promotional events that is slated to be held early 2003 in Japan. Info about Infinity Ticket: Go to Petalburg Pokemon center, and speak to the person at the right of the PC. He will asked you for your profile. Put the correct info, and a new menu "strange happening" will appear. Now, you will be able to receive the infinity ticket at Nintendo Promotional events. The Infinity ticket could be send to another gameboy through cable link. However, the limit is 100 tickets from one saved game. Currently, the only way to go to the Southern Island is through Gameshark. (Info on=btained from dxhbk of Pokecumunity). First of all, you need to trigger the event. Type 0332305F41A5F851 as the first code. Next, use this code: F444CA88ABDFE871 to get the Eon ticket. Now, you need to disable the second code. Deposit you Eon ticket in the PC bo, and take them out again to make them appear in your key item pocket. Now, you'll need to head to Lilycove harbor. (You can only do it at Lilycove). Talk to the lady, and she'll be at a loss of words upon seeing the ticket. A sailor will come and told you that the ticket could take you to a forgotten island in the South. Now you'll be taken to Southern Island. Upon reaching the island, climb the stair and make your way through until you see the sign "Those who memories fade seek to carve them in the hearts" Enter the next are and you'll see a green stuff in the middle. Click on it and Latios/Latias will descend. NOTE: You only have one chance to go to this island, make sure that you'll stock up on the necessary items before you do this. Latias/Latios (depending on the version, Latias for Ruby, Latios for Sapphire) will be at level 50. With them, is an item attached called the Soul Dew which will raise Latias/Latios SP attack and SP defense when item is eld by Latias/Latios. "All dreams are but another reality. Don't forget" ===================== 14. Characteristics ===================== Below are some chracteristics and their description. "Pokemon:" indictae which Pokemon posses that characteristic. Air Lock Description: Not affected by weather Pokemon: Rayquaza Arena Trap Description: Prevent opponent from fleeing Pokemon: Trapinch Battle Armor Description: Prevent critical Hits Pokemon: Anorith, Armaldo Blaze Description: Deal 1.5 damage more if HP is critical Pokemon: Torchic, Combusken, Blaziken, (All the previous Fire starters have this as well) Chlorophyll Description: Raises Speed in sunshine Pokemon: Seedot, Nuzelaf, Shiftry, Tropius, Oddish, Gloom, Vileplume, Bellosom Clear Body Description: Pokemon Not affected by lowering status move Pokemon: Tentacool, Tentacruel, Regi-Ice, Regi-Rock, Regi-Steel, Beldum, Metang, Metagross Cloud Nine Description: Cancel out all weather effect Pokemon: Psyduck, Golduck Color Change Description: Change its types to the type of opponents previous attack Pokemon: Kecleon Compound Eyes Description: Raises accuracy during battle Pokemon: Nincada Cute Charm Description: Infatuates on contact Pokemon: Skitty, Delcatty, Igglybuff, Jigglypuff, Wigglytuff Damp Description: Prevent the use of Explosion in battle Pokemon: Psyduck, Golduck Drizzle Description: Automatic Rain Dance through the whole battle Pokemon: Kyogre Drought Decription: Automatic Sunny Day throughout the whole battle Pokemon: Groudon Early Bird Description: Awakens quickly from Sleep Pokemon: Seedot, Nuzleaf, Ludicolo, Doduo, Dodrio, Natu, Xatu, Girafarig Effect Spore Description: Random status ailment on opponent when attacked by physical attack Pokemon: Shrromish, Breloom Flame Body Description: Burned opponent when hit by physical attack Pokemon: Slugma, Magcargo Flash Fire Description: Powers increase if hits by fire moves Pokemon: Vulpix, Ninetales Forecast Description: Cahnges with the weather Pokemon: Castform Guts Description: Increase attack when HP is low Pokemon: Taillow, Swellow, Makuhita, Hariyama, Machop, Machoke, Machamp, Heracross Huge Power Description: Increases Pokemon Power in battle Pokemon: Azurill, Marill, Azumarill Hustle Description: Incrase move power by 1.5 Pokemon: Corsola Hyper Cutter Description: Prevent Attack Reduction Pokemon: Mawile, Pinsir, Trapinch Illuminate Description: Increase chance of encountering wild Pokemon Pokemon: Volbeat, Staryu, Starmie, Chinchou, Lanturn Immunity Description: Could not be poisoned Pokemon: Zangoose Inner focus Description: Prevent Flinching Pokemon: Abra, Kadabra, Alakazam, Zubat, Golbat, Crobat, Girafarig, Snorunt, Glalie Insomnia Description: Prevent sleep status Pokemon: Shuppet, Banette Intimidate Description: Lowers the foe's attack Pokemon: Mightyena, Masquerain, Gyarados, Mawile, Salamence Keen Eye Description: Prevents loss of accuracy Pokemon: Pelipper, Sableye, Skarmory Limber Description: Prevent paralysis Pokemon: Liquid Ooze Description: Inflict damage on pokemon wit hhealing moves Pokemon: Tentacool, Tentacruel, Gulpin, Swalot Levitate Desciption: Not affected by ground moves Pokemon: Koffing, Weezing, Vibrava, Flygon, Solarock, Lunatone, Baltoy, Claydol, Duskull, Chimecho, Latias, Latios Lightning Rod Description: Absorb all electric attack Pokemon: Rhyhorn, Rhydon, Elektrike, Manetric Magma Armor Description: Pokemon Cannot be frozen Pokemon: Slugma, Magcargo Magnet Pull Description: Steel Pokemon cannot flee Pokemon: Nosepass, Magnemite, Magneton Minus Description: Pokemon become stronger on a 2v2 battle with Plusle Pokemon: Minun Natural Cure Description: Heals upon switching out Pokemon: Roselia, Swablu, Altaria, Staryu, Starmie, Sorsola Oblivious Description: Prevent the use of move "attract" Pokemon: Numel, Barboach, Whiscash, Illumize, Wailmer, Wailord, Overgrow Description: Deal 1.5 damage more if HP is critical Pokemon: Treecko, Grovyle, Sceptile, (All the previous grass starters have this as well) Own Tempo Description: Cannot be confused Pokemon: Spoink, Grumpig, Spinda Pick Up Description: Occasionally find items Pokemon: Zigzagoon, Phanphy Plus Description: Pokemon become stronger on a 2v2 battle with Minun. Pokemon: Plusle Poison Point Description: Poison foe on contact Pokemon: Roselia, Seadra Pressure Description: opponent's PP depleted during battle Pokemon: Dusclops, Absol, Deoxys Pure Power Description: Increase attack during battle Pokemon: Meditite, Medicham Rain Dish Description: Restore HP when it's raining Pokemon: Lotad, Lombre, Ludicolo Rock Head Description:Prevent recoil damage Pokemon: Geodude, Graveller, Golem, Aron, Lairon, Aggron, Rhyhorn, Rhydon, Bagin, Shelgon Rough Skin Description: Hit back with recoil against physical attack Pokemon: Carvanha, Sharpedo Run Away: Make escaping easier Pokemon: Doduo, Dodrio Sand Veil Description: Increase evasion during sandstorm Pokemon: Sandshrew, Sandslash, Cacnea, Cacturne Shadow Tag Description: Prevent's Foe Escape Pokemon: Waynaut, Wobbuffet Shed Skin Description: Heals the body by shedding Pokemon: Silcoon, Cascoon, Seviper Shell Armor Description: Block Critical hits Pokemon: Corphish, Crawdaunt, Clamperl Shield Dust Description: Not affected by any status aliments Pokemon: Wurmple, Dustox Soundproof Description: Unaffected by loud moves Pokemon: Whismur, Loudred, Exploud, Voltorb, Electrode Speed Boost Description: Speed increases each turn Pokemon: Ninjask Static Description: Sometimes make enemy paralyzed if Pokemon is dealt damage Pokemon: Elektrike, Manetric, Pichu, Pikachu, Raichu, Voltorb, Electrode Stench Description: Reduce chances of encountering wild Pokemon Pokemon: Grimer, Muk Sticky Hold Description: Item held by the Pokemon could not be stolen Pokemon: Gulpin, Swalot, Grimer, Muk Sturdy Description: Not affected by OHKO moves Pokemon: Geodude, Graveller, Golem, Nosepass, Aron, Lairon, Aggron, Magnemite, Magneton, Skarmory, Donphan Suction Cups Description: Pokemon could not be switched out by opponent Pokemon: Lileep, Cradily Swarm Description: Up bug moves in a pinch Pokemon: Beautifly, Volbeat, Heracross Swift Swim Descripton: Raises Speed in the rain Pokemon: Lotad, Lombre, Ludicolo, Surskit, Relicanth, Goldeen, Seaking, Magikarp, Feebas, Huntail, Gorebyss, Luvdisc, Horsea, Kingdra Synchronise Description: Opponent will be affected by status ailment that the user have. Pokemon: Ralts, Kirlia, Gardevoir, Abra, Kadabra, Alakazam, Natu, Xatu Thick Fat Description: Protection from fire and ice moves Pokemon: Azurill, Marill, Azumarill, Hariyama, Spheal, Sealo, Walrein Torrent Description: Deal 1.5 damage more if HP is critical Pokemon: Mudkip, Marshtomp, Swampert, (All the previous Water starters have this as well), Milotic Trace Description: Copies Opponent characteristic Pokemon: Ralts, Kirlia, Gardevoir Truant Description: Only attack on every odd turn Pokemon: Slakoth, Slaking Vital Spirit Description: Could not be put to sleep Pokemon: Vigoroth Volt Absorb Description: HP healed when hit with an electric attack Pokemon: Chincou, Lanturn Water Absorb Description: HP healed when hit with a Water attack Pokemon: Water Veil Description: Prevents Burns Pokemon: Goldeen, Seaking, Wailmer, Wailord White Smoke Description: Stats could not be changed by opponent Pokemon: Wingull, Pelliper, Torkoal ===================== 15. Trainer Card ===================== Trainer card show the status of the trainer. At the front of the trainer card, is the photo of the trainer and shows how many badges he/she had obtained as well as Pokemon captured and Pokemon seen. Different with the previous version of the game, there is another stuff in the back of the trainer card. It shows five spot that when you complete a certain task, you wil gain a star and you trainer card will be upgraded. Here is the way to get the five stars: - Beat the elite four - Beat the Battle tower - Catch 202 Pokemon - Complete the trainer dex - Win ALL the contest and have the picture of your Pokemon up in the museum The colours of your trainer card will change each time you gain a new star. ======================== 16. Azzurill and Waynaut ======================== In order to get Azurill and Waynaut, firstly you will need to find Sea Incense and Leisure herb respectively. Sea Incense is used to breed Marill whereas Lax Incense is used for Wynaut. Both of these could be found on Mt Pyre. Equip the male pokemon with the items, and you should get Wynaut/Azurill egg. Both of the herbs, could be obtained from Pokemon graveyard at Mt Pyre Beside the steps mentioned above, you could get a Wynaut egg from a lady in Lavaridge Town. ================================= 17. Type Advantages amd Weakness ================================= ================================================================================ | N | W | F | E | G | I | Fg| P | Gd| Fl| Ps| B | R | Gh| D | Da| S |= Normal | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | - | X | 0 | 0 | - |= Water | 0 | - | + | - | - | - | 0 | 0 | + | 0 | 0 | 0 | + | 0 | - | 0 | 0 |= Fire | 0 | - | - | 0 | + | + | 0 | 0 | - | 0 | 0 | + | - | 0 | - | 0 | + |= Electric | 0 | + | 0 | - | - | 0 | 0 | 0 | X | + | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | - | 0 | 0 |= Grass | 0 | + | - | 0 | - | 0 | 0 | - | + | - | 0 | - | + | 0 | - | 0 | - |= Ice | 0 | - | - | + | + | - | 0 | 0 | + | + | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | + | 0 | - |= Fighting | + | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | + | 0 | - | 0 | - | - | - | + | X | 0 | + | + |= Poison | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | + | 0 | 0 | - | - | 0 | - | + | - | - | 0 | 0 | X |= Ground | 0 | - | + | + | 0 | 0 | 0 | + | 0 | X | 0 | - | + | 0 | 0 | 0 | + |= Flying | 0 | 0 | 0 | - | + | - | + | 0 | 0 | - | 0 | + | - | 0 | 0 | 0 | - |= Psychic | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | + | + | 0 | 0 | - | - | 0 | + | 0 | X | - |= Bug | 0 | 0 | - | - | + | 0 | 0 | - | 0 | - | + | 0 | - | - | 0 | + | - |= Rock | 0 | 0 | + | 0 | 0 | + | - | 0 | - | + | 0 | + | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | - |= Ghost | X | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | + | 0 | 0 | + | 0 | - | - |= Dragon | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | + | 0 | - |= Dark | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | - | 0 | 0 | 0 | + | 0 | 0 | + | 0 | - | - |= Steel | 0 | - | - | - | 0 | + | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | + | 0 | 0 | 0 | - |= ================================================================================ N= Normal Fl=Flying +: Effective W= Water Ps=Psychic -: Not effective F=Fire B=Bug 0: Normal E=Electric R=Rock X: No effect G=Ground Gh=Ghost I=Ice D=Dragon FG=Fighting Da=Dark P=Poison S=Steel Gd=Ground ================== 18. In-Game Trade ================== Rustboro City- Makuhita for Slakoth Fortree City- Pikachu for Skitty Pacifidlog Town- Bellosom for Corsola =================== 19. Evolution guide =================== There are a few way Pokemon evolves. Below are all the known way for Pokemon to evolve - Level Evolution - Stone Evolution - Day & Night Evolution - Trade evolution - Trade+Items evolution - Beauty Evolution - Happiness Evolution - Empty Slot evolution (Shedinja) Level Evolution A straigtforward evolution, Pokemon evolve after it reaches certain level. example: the starters Stone Evolution By using stone such as Fire Stone, certain Pokemon like Vulpix will evolve. The downside to this kind of evolution, is that Pokemon will unable to learn anymore new moves naturraly. Of course, there are exception such as the Eevolution. example: Lombre, Nuzleaf Day and Night Evolution Pokemon with this kind of evolution, evolve differently depending on the time of the day. Example: Umbreon, Espeon, Wurmple Trade Evolution When a Pokemon is traded, it will automatically evolve. example: Graveler, Kadabra Trade+Items evolution Pokemon will evolve if it taded while equipped with an item such as King Rock Example: Huntail, Gorebyss Beauty Evolution Pokemon will evolve after its beauty stats reaches a certain point. This evolution, only apply to Feebass example: Feebass Happiness Evolution Each Pokemon, have its happiness point which indicate how loyal is that Pokemon to its trainer. Once a Pokemon accumulate a certain happiness point, they will evolve. Example: Crobat Empty Slot evolution You will get a new Pokemon, if you have 5 or less Pokemon in your team. This evolution is only exclusive to Nincada->Ninjask+Shedinja Example: Shedinja ======================= 20. Rare Pokemon Guide ======================= Below are the guide to the Pokemon that whatever you did you seem not to able to find them. Feebass Route 119, patience is the key. even if it will take you 100 years to capture this Pokemon the point is Feebass is there. Actually, there is a Feebass tile in each game, which is created randomly. Fishing in this tile will resulted in a higher percentage of Feebass seen. Bagon Route 115 (Dragon Cave). Find a room where there is a small strip of land and the rest is filled with water. Bagon should be quite common there. (Make sure you are looking for Bagon at the strip of land and not the water) Corsola See Feebas, only Corsola is easier to find. You might want to try to fish at victory road. Otherwise, you might want to trade a Bellosom for Corsola. (see in game trade for more details). Bulbasaur, Charmander, Squirtle, Meowth and all the Pokemon not listed in the Pokedex. They are unobtainable in this game, so don't ask where you could get them. ==================== 21. Pokemart Guide ==================== All prices in poke. Oldale Town Poke Ball 200 Potion 300 Antidote 100 Parlyz Heal 200 Awakening 250 Petalburg City Poke Ball 200 Great Ball 600 Potion 300 Super Potion 700 Antidote 100 Parlyz Heal 200 Awakening 250 Escape Rope 550 Repel 350 X Speed 350 X Attack 500 X Defense 550 Orange Mail 50 Rustboro City Poke Ball 200 Timer Ball 1000 Repeat Ball 1000 Potion 300 Super Potion 700 Antidote 100 Parlyz Heal 200 Awakening 250 Escape Rope 550 Repel 350 X Speed 350 X Attack 500 X Defense 550 Slateport City Poke Ball 200 Great Ball 600 Potion 300 Super Potion 700 Antidote 100 Parlyz Heal 200 Awakening 250 Escape Rope 550 Repel 350 Harbor Mail 50 Mauville City Poke Ball 200 Great Ball 600 Super Potion 700 Antidote 100 Parlyz Heal 200 Awakening 250 X Speed 350 X Attack 500 X Defense 550 Guard Spec 700 Dire Hit 650 X Accuracy 950 Fallarbor Town Great Ball 600 Super Potion 700 Antidote 100 Parlyz Heal 200 Escape Rope 550 Super Repel 500 X Speed 350 X Attack 500 X Defense 550 Guard Spec 700 Dire Hit 650 Lavaridge Town Great Ball 600 Super Potion 700 Antidote 100 Parlyz Heal 200 Awakening 250 Burn Heal 250 Revive 1500 Super Repel 500 X Speed 350 Verdanturf Town Great Ball 600 Nest Ball 1000 Super Potion 700 Antidote 100 Parlyz Heal 200 Awakening 250 Burn Heal 250 Ice Heal 250 Repel 350 X Special 350 Fluffy Mail 1000 Fortree City Great Ball 600 Ultra Ball 1200 Super Potion 700 Hyper Potion 1200 Antidote 100 Parlyz Heal 200 Awakening 250 Revive 1500 Super Repel 500 Wood Mail 50 Lilycove City 2nd Floor PokeBall 200 Great Ball 600 Ultra Ball 1200 Escape Rope 550 Full Heal 600 Antidote 100 Parlyz Heal 200 Burn Heal 250 Ice Heal 250 Awakening 250 Fluffy Tail 1000 Potion 300 Super Potion 700 Hyper Potion 1200 Max Potion 2500 Revive 1500 Repel 350 Super Repel 500 Max Repel 700 Wave Mail 50 Mech Mail 50 Lilycove 3rd floor Protein 9800 Calcium 9800 Iron 9800 Zinc 9800 Carbos 9800 Hp Up 9800 X Speed 350 X Special 350 X Attack 500 X Defend 550 Dire Hit 650 Guard Spec 700 X Acuracy 950 Lilycove 4th Floor TM38 5500 TM25 5500 TM14 5500 TM15 7500 TM17 3000 TM20 3000 TM33 3000 TM16 3000 Lilycove 5th Floor Pichu Doll 3000 Pikachu Doll 3000 Marill Doll 3000 Jigglypuff Doll 3000 Duskull Doll 3000 Wynaut Doll 3000 Baltoy Doll 3000 Kecleon Doll 3000 Azurill Doll 3000 Skity Doll 3000 Swablu Doll 3000 Gulpin Doll 3000 Pika Cushion 2000 Round Cushion 2000 Zigzag Cushion 2000 Spin Cushion 2000 Diamond Cushion 2000 Ball Cushion 2000 Grass Cushion 2000 Fire Cushion 2000 Water Cushion 2000 Ball Poster 1000 Green Poster 1000 Red Poster 1000 Blue Poster 1000 Cute Poster 1000 Pika Poster 1500 Long Poster 1500 Sea Poster 1500 Sky Poster 1500 Surf mat 4000 Thunder mat 4000 Fire Blast mat 4000 Powder snow mat 4000 Attract mat 4000 Fisurre mat 4000 Spikes mat 4000 Glitter mat 2000 Jump mat 2000 Spin amt 2000 Mossdeep City Ultra Ball 1200 Net Ball 1000 Dive Ball 1000 Hyper Potion 1200 Full Heal 600 Revive 1500 Max Repel 700 X Attack 500 X Defend 550 Sootopolis City Ultra Ball 1200 Hyper Potion 1200 Mx Potion 2500 Full Heal 600 Revive 1500 Max Repel 700 X Attack 500 X Defend 550 Shadow Mail 50 Pokemon Leauge Ultra Ball 1200 Hyper Potion 1200 Max Potion 2500 Full Restore 3000 Full Heal 600 Revive 1500 Max Repel 700 ======================= 22. Trainer Dex ======================= Aroma Lady Rose Location: Route 118 Strategy: Becalm fighting emotions Trainer's Pokemon: Fragrant Grass Pokemon Self Introduction: Ruin Maniac Dusty Location: Route 111 Strategy: Overwhelm with power Trainer's Pokemon: Craggy Rock Pokemon Self Introduction: Tuber Lola Location: Route 109 Strategy: I'm going to try hard Trainer's Pokemon: Good Swimmer Pokemon Self Introduction: Tuber Ricky Location: Route 109 Strategy: I don't know, I'll try hard Trainer's Pokemon: Water pokemon are buddies Self Introduction: Sis and Bro Rita and Sam Location: Route 124 Strategy: We split our duties Trainer's Pokemon: We like friendly Pokemon Self Introduction: Cooltrainer Brooke Location: Route 111 Strategy: Exploit the foe's weakness Trainer's Pokemon: Balance is crucial Self Introduction: Cooltrainer Wilton Location: Route 111 Strategy: Upset the opponent Trainer's Pokemon: Type doesn't matter Self Introduction: Hex Maniac Valerie Location: Mt Pyre Strategy: Slow, steady sffering Trainer's Pokemon: Scary to meet at night Self Introduction: Lady Cindy Location: Route 104 Strategy: Anything to win Trainer's Pokemon: Gorgeous type! Self Introduction: Beauty Jessica Location: Route 121 Strategy: I'll lead you astray Trainer's Pokemon: Cute, of course Self Introduction: Rich Boy Winston Location: Route 104 Strategy: Strategy, who needs it? Trainer's Pokemon: I spent big money on it Self Introduction: Pokemaniac Steve Location: Route 114 Strategy: Wrestle Down with power Trainer's Pokemon: Took all night to catch... Self Introduction: Swimmer Tony Location: Route 107 Strategy: Ram at full speed! Trainer's Pokemon: Funky Water type! Self Introduction: Blackbelt Nob Location: Route 115 Strategy: Grand Slam pummeling! Trainer's Pokemon: Fighting Type! Self Introduction: Guitarist Dalton Location: Route 118 Strategy: I'll electrify you Trainer's Pokemon: They're electric Self Introduction: Kindler Bernie Location: Route 114 Strategy: Burn it all down Trainer's Pokemon: Burn-inducing Pokemon! Self Introduction: Camper Ethan Location: Jagged Pass Strategy: Hang in and be tenacious Trainer's Pokemon: I'll raise any Pokemon Self Introduction: Old Couple John and Jay Location: Meteor Falls Strategy: Our love let us prevail Trainer's Pokemon: We've had them for years Self Introduction: Bug Maniac Brandon Location: Route 120 Strategy: Attack in waves! Trainer's Pokemon: Bug Pokemon are cool Self Introduction: Psychic Cameron Location: Route 123 Strategy: Daze and Confuse Trainer's Pokemon: Ones with weird power Self Introduction: Psychic Jacki Location: Route 123 Strategy: Battle at full Power Trainer's Pokemon: Pokemon of many mysteries Self Introduction: Gentleman Walter Location: Route 121 Strategy: Calm and Collected Trainer's Pokemon: Pokemon of distinction Self Introduction: Schoolkid Karen Location: Route 116 Strategy: I use my head for battle Trainer's Pokemon: I love any kind of Pokemon Self Introduction: Schooolkid Jerry Location: Route 116 Strategy: My knowledge rules! Trainer's Pokemon: Any smart Pokemon! Self Introduction: Sr and Jr Anna and Meg Location: Route 117 Strategy: We Talk it over first Trainer's Pokemon: Pokemon that we both like Self Introduction: Pokefan Isabel Location: Route 110 Strategy: Go for it my dears! Trainer's Pokemon: I have no like or dislikes Self Introduction: Pokefan Miguel Location: Route 103 Strategy: I battle with love! Trainer's Pokemon: A pokemon raised with love1 Self Introduction: Expert Timothy Location: Route 115 Strategy: I see through your moves Trainer's Pokemon: The essence of fighting Self Introduction: Expert Shelby Location: Mt Chimney Strategy: Attack while defending Trainer's Pokemon: The fighting type Self Introduction: Youngster Calvin Location: Route 102 Strategy: I know I can Trainer's Pokemon: I use different types Self Introduction: Fisherman Elliot Location: Route 106 Strategy: I battle patiently Trainer's Pokemon: Water Pokemon to battle Self Introduction: Triathlete Abigail Location: Route 110 Strategy: Defense is crucial Trainer's Pokemon: My Pokemon is solid Self Introduction: Triathlete Benjamin Location: Route 110 Strategy: Push and Push again Trainer's Pokemon: The strength of steel Self Introduction: Triathlete Isaiah Location: Route 128 Strategy: Exploit the environment Trainer's Pokemon: All hail the water type Self Introduction: Triathlete Katelyn Location: Route 128 Strategy: All out offensive Trainer's Pokemon: Water Pokemon rule Self Introduction: Triathlete Maria Location: Route 117 Strategy: Speed above all Trainer's Pokemon: I use speedy Pokemon Self Introduction: Triathlete Dylan Location: Route 117 Strategy: Strike before stricken Trainer's Pokemon: A fast-running Pokemon Self Introduction: Bird Keeper Robert Location: Route 120 Strategy: I'll show you my technique Trainer's Pokemon: Elegantly wheeling birds Self Introduction: Dragon Tamer Nicolas Location: Meteor Falls Strategy: Its about Pokemon Power Trainer's Pokemon: See the power of Dragons Self Introduction: Ninja Boy Lao Location: Route 113 Strategy: You'll suffer from Poison Trainer's Pokemon: Poisonous Pokemon Self Introduction: Battle Girl Cindy Location: Route 115 Strategy: The first strike wins Trainer's Pokemon: Speedy Fighting type Self Introduction: Parasol Lady Madeline Location: Route 113 Strategy: Go, Go, My Pokemon Trainer's Pokemon: I'll raise anything Self Introduction: Swimmer Jenny Location: Route 124 Strategy: No Mercy Trainer's Pokemon: Cute Water Pokemon Self Introduction: Picknicker Diana Location: Jagged Pass Strategy: I'll think about this and that Trainer's Pokemon: I like all Pokemon Self Introduction: Twins Amy and Liv Location: Route 103 Strategy: We battle together Trainer's Pokemon: We train together Self Introduction: Sailor Ernest Location: Route 125 Strategy: I force things with power Trainer's Pokemon: Water and Fighting types Self Introduction: Collector Edwin Location: Route 110 Strategy: Protect Pokemon from harm Trainer's Pokemon: I love rare Pokemon Self Introduction: Pokemon breeder Lydia Location: Route 117 Strategy: I count on power Trainer's Pokemon: Pokemon are my children Self Introduction: Pokemon Breeder Isaac Location: Route 117 Strategy: Full-on attack Trainer's Pokemon: Anything. I'll raise it Self Introduction: Pokemon ranger Catherine Location: route 119 Strategy: I believe in my Pokemon Trainer's Pokemon: I like strong Pokemon Self Introduction: Pokemon Ranger Jackson Location: route 119 Strategy: I attack in waves Trainer's Pokemon: Different types Self Introduction: Lass Haley Location: route 104 Strategy: I'll show you some guts Trainer's Pokemon: Cute Pokemon are my favorites Self Introduction: Bug Catcher James Location: Petalburg Woods Strategy: Lighting Fast attack Trainer's Pokemon: Bug Pokemon are number one Self Introduction: Hiker Trent Location: route 112 Strategy: I battle with power Trainer's Pokemon: Hard-bodies Pokemon Self Introduction: Young couple Lois and Hal Location: Abandoned ship Strategy: Lovey dovey strategy Trainer's Pokemon: Lovey dovey Pokemon Self Introduction: Pokemon Trainer Wally Location: Victory Road Strategy: We Let it all hang out Trainer's Pokemon: the first Pokemon I caught Self Introduction: Leader Roxanne Location: Rustboro Strategy: Rock type power attack Trainer's Pokemon: Rock-solid types are good Pokemon: Geodude, Nosepass Self Introduction: Leader Brawly Location: Dewford Strategy: Direct phusical action Trainer's Pokemon: Fighting Pokemon rules! Pokemon: Machop, Makuhita Self Introduction: Leader Wattson Location: Mauville Strategy: I choose to electify Trainer's Pokemon: Get shocked by electricity Pokemon: Magnemite, Voltorb, Magneton Self Introduction: Leader Flannery Location: Lavaridge Strategy: Battle Aggresively Trainer's Pokemon: Burn with passion! Pokemon: Slugma, Slugma, Torkoal Self Introduction: Leader Norman Location: Petalburg Strategy: I flexibly adapt my style Trainer's Pokemon: Grown in a balanced manner! Pokemon: Slaking, Vigoroth, Slaking Self Introduction: Leader Winona Location: Fortree Strategy: I take advantage of Speed Trainer's Pokemon: Graceful sky dancers Pokemon: Swellow, Pellipper, Skarmory, Altaria Self Introduction: Leader Liza and Tate Location: Mossdeep Strategy: We battle in Co-operation Trainer's Pokemon: Always Friendly Pokemon Pokemon: Lunatone, Solrock Self Introduction: Leader Wallace Location: Sootopolis Strategy: Dignity and Respect Trainer's Pokemon: I prefer Pokemon of grace Pokemon: Luvdisc, Whishcash, Sealo, Seaking, Milotic Self Introduction: Elite Four Sidney Location: Ever Grande Strategy: Offense over Defense Trainer's Pokemon: The Dark side of beauties Pokemon: Mightyena, Shiftry, Cacturne, Sharpedo, Absol Self Introduction: Elite Four Phoebe Location: Ever Grande Strategy: Confuse and Confound Trainer's Pokemon: There's nothing definite Pokemon: Dusclops, Banette, Sableye, Banette, Dusclops Self Introduction: Elite Four Glacia Location: Ever Grande Strategy: I use items for help Trainer's Pokemon: Flaming Passion in icy cold Pokemon: Glalie, Sealo, Sealo, Glalie, Walrein Self Introduction: Elite Four Drake Location: Ever Grande Strategy: Harness strong abilities Trainer's Pokemon: The raw power of dragons! Pokemon: Shelgon, Altaria, Flygon, Flygon, Salamence Self Introduction: Champion Steve Stone Location: Ever Grande Strategy: Pick on the foe's weakness Trainer's Pokemon: The ultimate Steel pokemon Pokemon: Claydoll, Skarmory, Metagross, Armaldo, Cradily, Aggron Self Introduction: =================== 23. Berry Guide =================== You can feed porok to your Pokemon in order to increase its contest stats. There are a total of 43 Berries in the game. Below are the list of the Berries. taste index Spicy : 1 Dry : 2 Sweet : 3 Bitter : 4 Sour : 5 ================================================================================== == ====== Name Colour Taste Size (cm) Pokeblock ================================================================================== == ====== 1. Cheri Berry Red 1 0.8 Red 2. Chesto Berry Blue 2 3.1 Blue 3. Pecha Berry Pink 3 1.6 Pink 4. Rawst Berry Green 4 1.3 Green 5. Aspear Berry Yellow 5 2.0 Yellow 6. Leppa Berry Red 1,3,4,5 1.1 Purple 7. Oran Berry Blue 1,2,3,4,5 1.4 Indigo 8. Persim Berry Pink 1,2,3,4,5 1.9 Brown 9. Lam Berry Green 1,2,3,4,5 3.4 Purple 10. Sitrus Berry Yellow 1,2,3,4,5 3.7 Indigo 11. Figy Berry Red 1 3.9 Purple 12. Wiki Berry Blue 2 2.2 Indigo 13. Mago Berry Pink 3 5.0 Brown 14. Aguav Berry Green 4 2.5 Liteblue 15. Iapapa Berry Yellow 5 8.8 Olive 16. Razz Berry Red 1,2 4.7 Purple 17. Bluk Berry Blue 2,3 4.3 Indigo 18. Nanab Berry Pink 3,4 3.0 Brown 19. Wepear Berry Green 4,5 2.9 Purple 20. Pinap Berry Yellow 1,5 3.1 Indigo 21. Pomeg Berry Red 1,3,4 5.3 Gray 22. Kelpsy Berry Blue 2,4,5 5.9 Gray 23. Qualot Berry Pink 1,3,5 4.3 Gray 24. Hondew Berry Green 1,3,4 6.4 Gray 25. Grepa Berry Yellow 2,3,5 5.9 Gray 26. Tamato Berry Red 1,2 7.9 Purple 27. Cornn Berry Blue 2,3 3.0 Indigo 28. Magost Berry Pink 3,4 5.5 Brown 29. Rabuta Berry Green 4,5 8.9 Liteblue 30. Nomel Berry Yellow 1,5 11.2 Olive 31. Spelon Berry Red 1,2 5,2 Purple 32. Pamtre Berry Blue 2,3 9.6 Indigo 33. Watmel Berry Brown 34. Durin Berry Liteblue 35. Belue Berry Olive 36. Liechi Berry Red 1,3,5 11.1 Gold 37. Ganlon Berry Gold 38. Salac Berry Gold 39. Petaya Berry Gold 40. Apicot Berry Gold 41. Lansat Berry Purple 42. Starf Berry Indigo 43. Enigma Berry Purple Planting Berry. You can plant berries on soil that previously were grown with berry. You can get Wailmer Pail to water it, and the berry will sprout in a few hours. ==================== 24. Pokeblock ==================== Using the berry mixer machine, you can feed your Pokemon Pokeblock. By feeding them Pokeblock, it will raise their specific contest stats. Once you press on the mixer machine, you'll be taken to a screen whereby you could choose which berry you're going to use. Next, you'll be taken to a mini-game. The objective of this mini game, is to press the button once it come to your pointer. There are three outcomes: Swirl - Very accurate Round - Accurate Cross - Missed At the end of the round, your point will be tallied up. you can check your Pokemon contest stats through your Pokenav. the five basic Pokeblock colors are Yellow, Red, Blue, Green, Orange. In addition to this, there are other colors such as Indigo and Purple which will raise two instead of one stats. Note that, there aren't any fixed values that a berry of a prticular color will raise. Dual Colors Berries: Liteblue, Brown, Purple, Indigo, Olive, Gold Triple color berries: Gray ===================== 25. Fishing ===================== There are 3 rods in this game. Just like the previous game, there is the old rod, good rod and Super rod. Below are the location of the rod. Old rod - Dewford town Good Rod - Route 118 Super Rod - Mossdeep Town There is a difference in term of fishing compared to previous game. In this game, fishing is a little bit harder. When you throw your rod you'll be greeted with the message. ".........." (the length of the dot varies) Afterwhich, there will be a message: A Pokemon is on the hook, or Not even a nibble. The later means that there isn't any Pokemon. When you see the former message, press it as quickly as possible. This will take you to another series of "...." or take you to the battle screen. ===================== 26. Mirage Island ===================== Mirage Island is an island located on route 130. It is inhabited by a lot of Waynauts. (In fact, that's the only Pokemon you can catch there). As for the purpose of the island, there has been none so far except for the fact that you could get a special Pokeblock (Pokeblock no 36). Mirage Island does not appear normally. The first hint about it's existence was the claim made by an old man in Pacifidlog Town. To be able to find Mirgae Island you'll need to have an Mirage Island Pokemon. Mirage Island Pokemon are found randomly in the wild. They could be from any species. To be able to trigger Mirage Island, you'll need a Pokemon which have a gender brak point stats. Pokemon genders are determined by a set of value. A Mirage Island Pokemon need to fulfill that gender breakpoint requirement, which is precisely the transition value between a female of that species and male of that species. The probability of a Pokemon being an Illusion, depends on how high the percentage of that Pokemon being from a certain gender. =================== 27. Trick House =================== Trick House is located at route 110, to the junction of route 103. Here, you'll went through 8 series of puzzle. Everytime you solve a puzzle, you'll be given an item by the trick master. First puzzle: Rare Candy Second Puzzle: Timer Ball Third Puzzle: Hard Stone Fourth Puzzle: Smoke Ball Fifth Puzzle: TM 12 - Taunt Sixth Puzzle: Magnet Seventh Puzzle: PP Max Eight Puzzle: Blue Tent Below are a detailed walkthrough of the trick house. Once you enter the house, walk straight and you'll see the message, "you're being watched." You'll see a flash of light coming from the table. Approach the source of light to find the trick master. He'll allow you to enter the scroll. Approach the scroll and go in. First Puzzle Items: Orange Mail Trainers: Youngster Eddie Zigzagoon: Lvl 14 (180 EXP) Zigzagoon: Lvl 16 (204 EXP) Money: $256 Lass Robin Skitty: lvl 14 (194 EXP) Marill: Lvl 14 (174 EXP) Shroomish: lvl 14 (194 EXP) Money: $224 Lass Sally Oddish: lvl 16 (266 EXP) Money: $256 You'll end up in a room. You'll need to cut down tree to go to the next section of the room. Firstly, you'll need to get to the scroll. Here how to get to the scroll (from the entrance): up, up, right, up, right Now, after you've obtained the secret code from the scroll head for the door. Direction (from the entrance): up 4 times, right 3 times. Head for the door and talk to the trick master. He'll give you a rare coandy. Now you're done with the first puzzle. Exit the house and re-enter to continue with the second puzzle. Second Puzzle Against, you're being watched. This time, the source of light come from the tree on your right. Talk to the trick master once more. Again, enter through the scroll. Here, there will be holes which closes when you stepped on the yellow switch. Items: Wave Mail, Harbor Mail Trainers: School Kid Ted Ralts: lvl 17 (254 EXP) Money: $340 School Kid Paul Numel: lvl 15 (282 EXP) Wingull: lvl 15 (204 EXP) Oddish: lvl 15 (248 EXP) Money: $300 School Kid Georgia Shroomish: lvl 16 (222 EXP) Beautifly: lvl 16 (552 EXP) Money: $320 From the entrance, head to the right. Fight School Kid Ted and step on the yellow switch. Now, go back to the entrance and head upwards.Turn right, down and step on the switch to close the hole near School Kid Ted. Go back there, and make your way to fight School Kid Georgia. Go on and step on the next switch. Go through the hole that the switch opened. Step on the switch, and go back to the scroll which now accessible. After obtaining the code, go back to the door and claim your prize from the trick master. This time, you'll obtain the Timer Ball. Exit the hous and re-enter again for the third puzzle. Third Puzzle Again, its the same thing. This time head for the cupboard. Like usual, go through the scroll and face the third puzzle. Items: Wood Mail, Shadow Mail Trainers: Camper Justin Kecleon: lvl 24 (678 EXP) Money: $384 Picknicker Martha Skitty: lvl 23 (318 EXP) Swablu: lvl 23 (362 EXP) Money: $368 Hiker Alan Geodude Lvl 22 (404 EXP) Nosepass lvl 22 (506 EXP) Graveller lvl 22 (630 EXP) Money: $880 You'll be greeted by two rocks. Smash them to continue. In this puzzle, the switch will open and close alternating doors. Step on the first switch. (near the entrance). This will open alternating door. Make your way to the scroll. Head up, smash the rock to reveal the swicth. Step on it. Head right and step on the switch beside Hiker Alan. Go through the door to claim your prize. Your prize this time would be a Hard Stone. Fourth Puzzle This is tricky. you won't be able to see the flash of light since he's hiding on the left window. Anyway, go up and talk to him and go into the scroll. Items: Mech Mail Trainers: Blackbelt Yuji Makuhita: lvl 26 (482 EXP) Machoke: lvl 26 (812 EXP) Money: $832 Battle Girl Cora Meditite: lvl 27 (524 EXP) Money: $648 Battle Girl Jill Breloom: lvl 27 (954 EXP) Money: $648 Boulders. Everyone loves boulder when it comes to puzzle. (of course it's a sarcasm). Head up. You'll be able to see 4 boulders.Push the left boulder up, so you can turn right and push the left-bottom boulder down. After you've pushed the left-bottom boulder down, push the right-bottom boulder to the side. Fight Blackbelt Yuji, and head right. Push the RIGHT boulder to the right, and go around the LEFT boulder pusing it up from the bottom. Go down, and hea right. Push the boulder blocking you downward. Continue, until you see another boulder blocking you. This time, push it, but make sure that you did NOT push it until it aigned with the bottom most boulder blocking the door. Head left first for the secret code, and push the boulder blocking the door aside to finish this puzzle. your reward this time would be a Smoke Ball. Fifth Puzzle No clue this time, but the trick master is hiding on the plant at the left of the room. Again, enter the scroll. Items: None Trainers: None Once you've entered the room, you'll be greeted by the Mecha Dolls. In order to get past them you'll need to answer ther question. 1. One of these Pokemon is not found in Route 103 which is it? Zigzagoon, Nincada, Poochyena (answer: Nincada) 2. In Proffesor Birch bag, there were three Pokemon. Which one was on the right? Treecko, Torchic, Mudkip (answer: Mudkip) 3. Do one Full Heal and Great Ball cost more than one revive? Yes, No (answer: No) 4. The first trainer in Dewford gym was male or female? Male, Female, It depends (Answer: Female) 5. How many bikes Rydel have on display outside his shop? 6, 8 ,10 (answer: 8) After answering the 5 Mecha doll, you should be able to get the secret code from the scroll. Now head for the door for your prize. This time, your prize would be TM12 - Taunt Sixth Puzzle Against, no clue given about the trick master whereabout. Go to the big cupboard, and check the right. Now, go through the scroll. Items: Glitter Mail Trainers: Pokemon Ranger Sebastian Cacturne: lvl 39 (1478 EXP) Money: $1872 Bird Keeper Benny Swellow: lvl 36 (1248 EXP) Pellipper: lvl 36 (1262 EXP) Xatu: lvl 36 (1316 EXP) Money: $1152 Pokemon Ranger Sophia Swablu: lvl 38 (600 EXP) Roselia: lvl 38 (1236 EXP) Money: $1824 The puzzle here is reminiscence of the 6th gym puzzle. It made up of sliding plank. Go to the middle oppening between the two planks. push the right plank to the right. Go up and push the shorter end of the Right plank to the left.Push the left plank down. Push the right plank to the right. Go into the center, and dash across. Head straight. Push the longer end of the right plank to the right. Push the shorter end of the left plank to the right so that you'll find yourslef between the two plank. Push the right plank down and continue. Next, push the bottom plank up, and the top plank up. Fight the trainer if you want. From here, go down and push the longer and of the bottom plank to the left. Push the shorter end down. You'll see another puzzle involving the rotating plank. Push the left plank down. Push the second one down, but return it to its original position after you go trhough it.The same goes with the bottom right plank. Push the left plank to the left and go through round it again. Get the secret code from the scroll. Fight the trainer if you wish to do so. Go back pokemon Ranger Sebastian, and go down until you'll be able to fight Pokemon Ranger Sophia. Head up and solve the last puzzle to claim your reward. Your reward for this round would be Magnet. Seventh Puzzle Again no clue, check the right window this time. Go through the scroll for the 7th puzzle. Items: Tropic Mail Trainers: Psychic Joshua Kadabra: lvl 41 (1272 EXP) Solrock: lvl 41 (1316 EXP) Money: $984 Hex Maniac Patricia Banette: lvl 42 (1610 EXP) Money: $1008 Psychic Alexis Kirlia: lvl 40 (1200 EXP) Xatu: lvl 40 (1464 EXP) Kadabra: lvl 40 (1242 EXP) Money: $960 Your movement is limited by the directional tile, and you need to press the switch to change the direction of the red directional tiles. From the entrance, head straight and take the left-most path. Press the switch. From the entrance, head North east, and figure out your way to the second switch. Back to the entrance. Head straight and take the path second from the left. Fight the trainer and pull the switch. Head to your right and pull the second switch. Now, you can acess the scroll with the secret code. Head for the door to claim your prize. Your reward this tiem would be a PP max. Eight Puzzle This time he's hiding on the left part of the table. Again, enter the scroll. Items: Trainers: Cooltrainer Elaine Lairon: lvl 45 (1464 EXP) Manetric: lvl 45 (1620 EXP) Money: $2160 Cooltrainer Leroy Mawile: lvl 46 (966 EXP) Starmie: lvl 46 (2040 EXP) Money: $2208 Cooltrainer Vincent Sableye: lvl 44 (924 EXP) Sharpedo: lvl 44 (1650 EXP) Medicharm: lvl 44 (1440 EXP) Money: $2212 For those, who have played G/S/C, you might remember the ice cave. This puzzle is similar to that. Go to the second square from teh left, and follow the following direction. up, left, up, right, down, right, down, left, up, left, down, right, up. Now you need to get the scroll. Follow thie direction to get to the scroll. up, right, down, right, down, left, up, left, up, right, down, left, down, right, up, right, down. From where you are standing now, follow this direction to get to the door. up, right, down, right, down, left, up, right, up Go through the door, and claim your prize. The blue tent awaits. Congrats you've beaten the trick house. =================== 28. Ribbons =================== You could get Ribbons by completing certain events. You can check the ribbons that your Pokemon has gotten through your Poke-Nav. List of Ribbon Beating the Elite Four Coolness Contest Normal Level Beauty Contest Normal Level Smart Contest Normal Level Toughness Contest Normal Level Cuteness Contest Normal Level Coolness Contest super Level Beauty Contest super Level Smart Contest super Level Toughness Contest super Level Cuteness Contest super Level Coolness Contest hyper Level Beauty Contest hyper Level Smart Contest hyper Level Toughness Contest hyper Level Cuteness Contest hyper Level Coolness Contest master Level Beauty Contest master Level Smart Contest master Level Toughness Contest master Level Cuteness Contest master Level Girl in Slateport Market ====================== 29. The three starter ====================== Below are the analysis of the three starter. Sceptile HP: 70 Attack: 85 Defense: 65 Speed: 120 Special Attack: 105 Special Defense: 85 Total Stats: 530 Quite high special attack, and speed. The advantage of having this Pokemon, you'd have a higher chance of getting the first strike. However, an evident weakness would be defense. Its HP, Defense, and Special Defense is not high enough, and that might make it easy for Sceptile to get knocked out easily. Gym analysis: Rock: Strong Fighting: Neutral Electric: Strong (No type advantage in term of attacking, but grass is resistant to electric) Fire: Weak Normal: Neutral Flying: Weak Psychic: Strong (Lunatone and Solrock are ground Pokemon in addition to their psychic type) Water: Strong Blaziken HP: 80 Attack: 120 Defense: 70 Speed: 80 Special Attack: 110 Special Defense: 70 Total Stats: 530 A fair distribution. A slightly better Defense than Sceptile, but the high attack and special attack would take take full use of its dual type, fighting/fire. Gym analysis: Rock: Strong (Only if you evolve your Torchic) Fighting: Neutral Electric: Strong (Magnemites are steel type in addition to electric) Fire: Weak Normal: Strong Flying: Weak Psychic: Weak Water: Weak Swampert HP: 100 Attack: 110 Defense: 90 Speed: 60 Special Attack: 85 Special Defense: 90 Total Stats: 535 The highest in term of total stats. Great defense, but the Special Attack is bit low, which doesn't really justify the dual types. Gym analysis: Rock: Strong Fighting: Neutral Electric: Strong Fire: Strong Normal: Neutral Flying: Strong Psychic: Strong Water: Weak As we can see, in term of their weakness/strength towards the gym, Mudkip will have the advantage. However, one fact that must not be foregotten, Blaziken would be useful against the Elite Four. Rating: Overall Offense: 1. Blaziken 2. Swampert 3. Sceptile Overall Defense: 1. Swampert 2. Blaziken 3. Sceptile Speed: 1. Sceptile 2. Blaziken 3. Swampert =================== 30. Breeding =================== Just like Pokemon G/S/C, in this game you can breed your Pokemon. To do that, you'll need to go to the Day Care Center at route 117 (east of Verdanturf town). to a breed a Pokemon, you'll need male and female Pokemon. In the past you could use Ditto as duplicating machine, but with the fact that he's unobtainable in this game (unless you shark it), breeding couldn't get any harder. A Pokemon is only compatible with a Pokemon from the same group. When you breed a Pokemon from two different species. The species produced in the breeding would be the same as the Mother side, and it will inherits moves from its father. For example, breeding a Male Gyarados with a Female Seadra will resulted in a Male/Female Horsea with the ability to learn Dragon Rage. An egg will hatch after a number of steps. This number of steps varies from Pokemon to Pokemon. If both Pokemon are compatible to breed, you'll get an egg. Some special exception would be the way to breed Azzurill and Waynaut which require you to equip the Pokemon with items. (e.g. Sea incense) No Egg Pokemon: Pichu, Igglybuff, Azzurill, Waynaut, Regiice, Registeel, Regirock, Latias, Latios, Kyogre, Groudon, Rayquaza, Jiirachi, Deoxys. Dragon Group: Horsea, Seadra, Kingdra, Magikarp, Gyarados, Treecko, Grovyle, Sceptile, Feebass, Milotic, Swablu, Altaria, Seviper, Bagon, Shelgon, Salamence. Humanshape Group: Abra, Kadabra, Alakazam, Machop, Machoke, Machamp, Spinda, Sableye, Makuhita, Hariyama, Cacnea, Cacturne, Meditite, Medicharm, Volbeat, Illumise. Water Group 1 Psyduck, Golduck, Horsea, Seadra, Marill, Azzumarill, Mudkip, Mashtomp, Swampert, Corsola, Lotad, Lombre, Ludicolo, Wingull, Pelipper, Surskit, Masquerian, Corphish, Crawdaunt, Feebas, Milotic, Spheal, Sealo, Walrein, Clamperl, Huntail, Gorebyss, Relicanth. Water Group 2 Magikarp, Gyarados, Goldeen, Seaking, Carvanha, Sharpedo, Wailmer, Wailord, Barboach, Whicash, Chinchou, Lanturn, Luvdisc. Water Group 3 Tentacool, Tentacruel, Corphish, Crawdaunt, Staryu, Starmie, Lileep, Cradily, Anorith, Armaldo. Fairy Group Shroomish, Breloom, Marill, Azumarill, Skitty, Delcatty, Pikachu, Raichu, Jigglypuff, Wigllytuff, Snorunt, Glalie, Mawile, Plusle, Minun, Castform, Roselia Flying Group Taillow, Swellow, Wingull, Pelipper, Zubat, Golbat, Doduo, Dodrio, Swablu, Altaria, Natu, Xatu. Bug Group Beautifly, Heracross, Ninjask, Trapinch, Cascoon, Illumise, Pinsir, Vibrava, Dustox, Masquerain, Silcoon, Volbeat, Flygon, Nincada, Surskit, Wurmple Plant Group Bellosom, Gloom, Nuzleaf, Shiftry, Breloom, Lombre, Oddish, Shroomish, Cacnea, Lotad, Roselia, Tropius, Cacturne, Ludicolo, Seedot, Vileplume Mineral Group Geodud, Golem, Nosepass, Snorunt, Glalie, Graveller Indeterminate Group Banette, Gardevoir, Magcargo, Swalot, Castform, Grimer, Muk, Weezing, Chimecho, Gulpin, Ralts, Wobbuffet, Dusclops, Kirlia, Shuppet, Duskull, Koffing, Slugma Ground Group Absol, Loudred, Rhyhorn, Torkoal, Blaziken, Camerupt, Manetric, Sandshrew, Mawile, Sanslash, Vigoroth, Torchic, Combusken, Mightyena, Sealo, Vulpix, Delcatty, Ninetales, Seedot, Wailmer, Wailord, Seviper, Numel, Donphan, Phanphy, Elektrike, Nuzleaf, Shiftry, Walrein, Whismur, SKitty, Exploud, Girafarig, Psyduck, Golduck, Grumpig, Kecleon, Linoone, Pikachu, Slaking, Zangoose, Slakoth, Zigzagoon, Spheal, Spinda, Spoink, Raichu, Rhydon Monster Group Aron, Lairon, Aggron, Rhyhorn, Rhydon, Treecko, Grovyle, Sceptile, Tropius, Whismur, Loudred, Exploud, Mudkip, Marshtomp, Swampert. ====================== 31. Wild Pokemon List ====================== Below are the list of Pokemon you can cature in the wild in both version. This does not include the legendaries, and Pokemon that you got by completing certain events. For location of the Pokemon, check the Pokedex section of this walkthrough. Ruby: Poochyena, Zigzagoon, Linoone, Wurmple, Silcoon, Cascoon, Seedot, Nuzleaf, Taillow, Swellow, Wingull, Pelipper, Ralts, Surskit, Shroomish, Slakoth, Abra, Nincada, Whismur, Loudred, Makuhita, Hariyama, Goldeen, Seaking, Magikarp, Gyarados, Marill, Geodude, Graveller, Nosepass, Skitty, Zubat, Golbat, Tentacool, Tentacruel, Mawile, Aron, Lairon, Machop, Meditite, Medicham, Electrike, Manetric, Plusle, Minun, Magnemite, Magneton, Voltorb, Electrode, Volbeat, Illumise, Oddish, Gloom, Doduo, Dodrio, Roselia, Gulpin, Carvanha, Sharpedo, Wailmer, Wailord, Numel, Slugma, Torkoal, Grimer, Koffing, Spoink, Sandshrew, Spinda, Skarmory, Trapinch, Cacnea, Swablu, Zangoose, Solrock, Barboach, Whishcash, Corphish, Baltoy, Jigglypuff, Feebas, Staryu, Kecleon, Shuppet, Duskull, Dusclops, Tropius, Chimecho, Absol, Vulpix, Pikachu, Psyduck, Golduck, Waynaut, Wobbuffet, Natu, Xatu, Girafarig, Phanphy, Pinsir, Heracross, Rhyhorn, Snorunt, Spheal, Clamperl, Relicanth, Corsola, Chinchou, Luvdisc, Horsea, Bagon, Latios. Sapphire Poochyena, Zigzagoon, Linoone, Wurmple, Silcoon, Cascoon, Lotad, Lombre, Taillow, Swellow, Wingull, Pelipper, Ralts, Surskit, Shroomish, Slakoth, Abra, Nincada, Whismur, Loudred, Makuhita, Hariyama, Goldeen, Seaking, Magikarp, Gyarados, Marill, Geodude, Graveller, Nosepass, Skitty, Zubat, Golbat, Tentacool, Tentacruel, Mawile, Aron, Lairon, Machop, Meditite, Medicham, Electrike, Manetric, Plusle, Minun, Magnemite, Magneton, Voltorb, Electrode, Volbeat, Illumise, Oddish, Gloom, Doduo, Dodrio, Roselia, Gulpin, Carvanha, Sharpedo, Wailmer, Wailord, Numel, Slugma, Torkoal, Grimer, Koffing, Spoink, Sandshrew, Spinda, Skarmory, Trapinch, Cacnea, Swablu, Seviper, Lunatone, Barboach, Whishcash, Corphish, Baltoy, Jigglypuff, Feebas, Staryu, Kecleon, Shuppet, Banette, Duskull, Tropius, Chimecho, Absol, Vulpix, Pikachu, Psyduck, Golduck, Waynaut, Wobbuffet, Natu, Xatu, Girafarig, Phanphy, Pinsir, Heracross, Rhyhorn, Snorunt, Spheal, Clamperl, Relicanth, Corsola, Chinchou, Luvdisc, Horsea, Bagon, Latias. =================== 32. Pokeballs =================== Pokeball Colors: Red and White Description: Regular Pokeball Great Ball Colors: Blue and White Descrition: Same like Poke Ball, only have a better chance of capturing a Pokemon. Ultra Ball Colors: Black, Gold, White Description: the best from the three regular Pokeball. Master Ball Colors: Purple, white Description: 100 % succes cathch rate. It catch any Pokemon without fail. Net Ball Colors: Green, White Description: Works best on Bug and Water type Dive Ball Colors: Light Blue, Blue Description: Works best on Pokemon encountered underwater. Safari Ball Colors: Light Green, White Description: Only used in Safari Zone. Nest Ball Colors: red, green, white Description: Works better if the Pokemon level is significantly lower than your Pokemon. Repeat Ball Colors: Yellow, Red Description: Works best if the Pokemon you are using the ball on had been cought previously. Timer Ball Colors: Pink, White Description: The ratio of success increases with each turn Gorgeous Ball Color: Black Description: Work the same way as a Pokeball does. Only variation in color. Premium Ball Color: White Description: Work the same way as a Pokeball does. Only variation in color. ========================= 33. Unobtainable Pokemon ========================= As stated beforehand, there are 184 Pokemon not ctachable in this game. This figure does not take into account Jiirachi and Deoxys. Below are the list of unobtainable Pokemon in Ruby and Sapphire. Bulbasaur, Ivysaur, Venusaur, Charmander, Charmeleon, Charizard, Squirtle, Wartortle, Blastoise, Caterpie, Metapod, Butterfree, Weedle, Kakuna, Beedrill, Pidgey, Pidgeotto, Pidgeot, Rattata, Raticate, Spearow, Fearow, Ekans, Arbok, Nidoran(F), Nidorina, Nidoqueen, Nidoran(M), Nidorino, Nidoking, Clefairy, Clefable, Paras, PArasect, Venonat, Venomoth, Digglet, Dugtrio, Meowth, Persian, Mankey, Primeape, Growlithe, Arcanine, Poliwag, Poliwhirl, Poliwrath, Bellsprout, Weeepinbell, Victreebell, Ponyta, Rapidash, Slowpoke, Slowbro, Farfetch'D, Seel, Dewgong, Shellder, Cloyster, Gastly, Haunter, Gengar, Onix, Drowzee, Hypno, Krabby, Kingler, Exeggute, Exeggutor, Cubone, Marowak , Hitmonlee, Hitmonchan, Lickitung, Chansey, Tangela, Kangashkan, Mr Mime, Scyther, Jynx, Electabuzz, Magmar, Tauros, Lapras,Ditto, Eevee, Vaporeon, Jolteon, Flareon, Porygon, Omanyte, Omastar, Kabuto, Kabutops, Aerodactyl, Articuno, Zapdos, Moltres, Dratini, Dragonair, Dragonite, Mewtwo, Mew, Chikorita, Bayleef, Meganium, Cyndaquil, Quilava, Typlhosion, Totodile, Croconaw, Feraligatr, Sentret, Furret, Hoothoot, Noctowl, Ledyba, Ledian, Spinarak, Ariados, Cleffa, Togepi, Togetic, Mareep, Flaffy, Ampharos, Sodowoodo, Politoed, Hoppip, Skiploom, Jumpluff, Aipom, Sunkern, Sunflora, Yanma, Wooper, Quagsire, Espeon, Umbreon, Murkrow, Slowking, Misdreavous, Unown, Pineco, Foretress, Dunsparce, Gligar, Steelix, Snubull, Granbull, Quilfish, Scizor, Shuckle, Sneasel, Teddiursa, Ursaring, Swinub, Pilloswine, Remoraid, Octillerry, Delibird, Mantine, Houndour, Houndoom, Porygon 2, Stantler, Smeargle, Tyrouge, Hitmontop, Smoochum, Elekid, Magby, Milktank, Blissey, Raikou, Entei, Suicune, Larvitar, Pupitar, Tyranitar, Lugia, Ho-oh, Celebi =================== 34. Personalities =================== Each Pokemon has their own personalities. There are positive and negative effect of a personalities. It could raise a stats more quickly/slowly than its usual rates. Another notable thing to take note of would be teh feeding of berries. Pokemon with different personalities have their own likes and dislikes towards certain taste of berries. Associated Colors Spicy = Red Sour = Yellow Dry = Blue Bitter = Green Sweet = Pink ======================================================================= Personalities Likes Dislikes ======================================================================= Adamant Spicy Dry Bashful None None Bold Sour Spicy Brave Spicy Sweet Calm Bitter Spicy Careful Bitter Dry Docile None None Gentle Bitter Sour Hardy None None Hasty Sweet Sour Impish Sour Dry Jolly Sweet Dry Lax Sour Sweet Lonely Spicy Sour Mild Dry Sour Modest Dry Spicy Naive Sweet Bitter Naughty Spicy Bitter Quiet Dry Sweet Quirky None None Rash Dry Bitter Relaxed Sour Sweet Sassy Bitter Sweet Serious None None Timid Sweet Spicy =================== 35. E-Card =================== Each game paks of Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire came with its own e-card. Gentlemen Nills for Ruby, and Lady Astrid for Sapphire. By using this e-card, you can battle this trainer. As percurrent there are no other known ways for the use of e-card reader. Thing migh tchange in the future though. To enable the use of E-card in the game, you'll need to edit your profile. This could be done by going to Touka City. You'll need to enter this phrase " Mystery Events is Exciting". By doing this, you'll trigger a new option. =================== 36. VBA codes =================== This code are meant to be applied in VBA (Japanese Only) Quick level up 0202494c:6363 (activate this code only after you have won a battle and before you receive EXP points) Time changing code. The number indicate hour. 1 - 02024C9E:0017 2 - 02024C9E:0016 3 - 02024C9E:0015 4 - 02024C9E:0014 5 - 02024C9E:0013 6 - 02024C9E:0012 7 - 02024C9E:0011 8 - 02024C9E:0010 9 - 02024C9E:000F 10 - 02024C9E:000E 11 - 02024C9E:000D 12 - 02024C9E:000C 13 - 02024C9E:000B 14 - 02024C9E:000A 15 - 02024C9E:0009 16 - 02024C9E:0008 17 - 02024C9E:0007 18 - 02024C9E:0006 19 - 02024C9E:0005 20 - 02024C9E:0004 21 - 02024C9E:0003 22 - 02024C9E:0002 23 - 02024C9E:0001 24 - 02024C9E:0000 VBA codes (english version) 1. quick level up - 02024bec:000003e7 (activate this code only after you have won battle and before you receive EXP points) 2. poke ball in position 1 (always 95 ball) - 02025d36:5f 3. item in position 1 (always 95 item) - 02025d96:5f 4. safari walking - 0203880a:01f4 5. safari ball - 02038808:001e 6. coin game - 02025bc8:270f =========== 37. Glitch =========== Surf on land (thanks to TCW) 1. Bring a pokemon that knows surf. 2. Bring the trick bike. 3. Go to a place close to the sea. 4. Go from two spaces to the sea. 5. Use the trick bike's direction+B to jump to the place where you just touch the water (not facing it, as it would not move you towards the sea by jumping. 6.When you land, press A just in the right timing and you will do it. It takes a little patience. There is a graphical glitch east of Slateport City as well. =========== 38.Credits =========== Thanks to the following people: - you for reading it - All people that help me on various message board (Gamefaqs, Pgamers Pokemasters, Serebii.net) that help me when I'm stuck with the game - Bunnygirl for the Kyogre ACSII art - Azura Stardust of Pokemasters.net for allowing me to post her Contest FAQ on this walkthrough. - Damien Silverblade of Pokemasters.net for letting me to use his TM list - Don't Run with Scizor and Dark Dragonite from Pokemasters.net for Pokemon used by gym leader. - DarkBattlemage for being the spell checker - Wolf4Knowledge for pointing the location of HM 04 - Feng1Mo2 on info on the fragment - Brian Sapphiro on correction about the Reji - TCW for more info about the contest, and "surf on land" glitch - WNET for info on In-Game trade, as well as evolution level of some Pokemon - Sergio Ra?l Maldonado Abrego for the correction on getting one the star - Vander for some info and correction regarding Metagurosu - Dan XVIII for ACSII art title - Squirtle 90909 for the names of the gym leader, places long before the game has come out - Zhabroah regarding correction of coin case - Ace for some English VBA codes - Turok for indo regarding heart scale - DXHBK of Pokecommunity for Southern Island Codes ================================================================================== == =========== This FAQ is copyright of RAMS 2002-2003 all right reserved You can contact me at RAMS1801@hotmail.com 8:12 AM 11/18/02 ================================================================================== == =========== (==RAMS==) ######## ### #### #### ######## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ######## ## ## ## ## ## ######## ## ## ####### ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ######## ================================================================================== == =========== ------------------------------------------------------------------ Other FAQs by RAMS Pokemon: Ruby Version: Walkthrough/FAQ Pokemon: Sapphire Version: Pack Items FAQ Pokemon: Ruby Version: Pack Items FAQ Pokemon: Sapphire Version: Ru/Sa New Moves FAQ Pokemon: Ruby Version: Ru/Sa New Moves FAQ Pokemon: Sapphire Version: Evolution FAQ Pokemon: Ruby Version: Evolution FAQ Championship Manager 2: General FAQ Slam Dunk 2: Shohoku FAQ Slam Dunk 2: Kainan FAQ Slam Dunk 2: Ryonan FAQ Harvest Moon: Friends of Mineral Town: Livestock FAQ ------------------------------------------------------------------