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Posted by Xavier (#4) on 8 April 2012, 5:30 PM EDT in Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald
Gym Leaders [RS]Rustboro City: Roxanne Type: Rock Prize: TM39 Rock Tomb, $1500 Suggested Pokemon: Shroomish, Lotad/Seedot, Wingull Geodude @ None Level 14 Ability: Sturdy - Tackle - Rock Throw - Defense Curl - Rock Tomb Nosepass @ None Level 15 Ability: Sturdy - Harden - Tackle - Rock Throw - Rock Tomb Roxanne's team is pretty easy to take down, considering she's the first gym leader. With a Rock-type team, she can be taken down by any local Grass-type or Water-... Read More
Posted by Xavier (#4) on 8 April 2012, 2:03 PM EDT in Diamond/Pearl/Platinum
Honey Trees Honey Trees are Sinnoh’s equivalent of the technique of using Headbutt on trees in Johto. However, it’s not as easy as 1, 2, 3. There are a few, no, quite a lot of things that you have to keep in mind when dealing with slathering that sweet, sticky Honey all over those trees. Using Honey in a cave, in the grass, or on water works in the same method as the move, Sweet Scent. Location, Location, Location… There are a total of 21 Honey Trees spread throughout Sinnoh where you... Read More
Posted by Xavier (#4) on 8 April 2012, 10:37 AM EDT in Uncategorized
Roaming Pokemon Roaming Pokemon are Pokemon that disappear and reappear in different places all throughout a region. Each region has had it's share of roamers, and each roamer its share of frustration. Catching Roaming Pokemon is a notoriously aggravating task, considering that they usually have microscopic catch rates and a tendency to either Run or Roar you away. However, this guide is here to help you catch them. Step One: Research What exactly are you facing? Figure out this Pokemon's identity... Read More
Posted by Xavier (#4) on 8 April 2012, 9:53 AM EDT in FireRed and LeafGreen
Gym Leaders [FRLG]Brock of Pewter City Type: Rock Prizes: $1400, TM39 Rock Tomb, Availability to Flash Suggested Pokemon: Mankey Geodude @ None Level 12 Ability: Rock Head - Tackle - Defense Curl Onix @ None Level 14 Ability: Rock Head - Tackle - Bind - Rock Tomb Brock, being the first gym leader, is also the easiest. His team can be taken down by a Water-type or a Grass-type. Thing is... there aren't any of these available before him. Mankey, on the other hand, ca... Read More
Posted by Xavier (#4) on 7 April 2012, 11:27 PM EDT in Game Mechanics
Finding and Training Feebas Feebas is a peculiar little Pokemon. It is the Contest variant of Magikarp, both equally being 'useless' (though Feebas can learn TMs and HMs and gets Egg moves) However, Feebas is prized for its ability to evolve into the beautiful and rare Milotic, as well as it's own rarity. This guide will walk you through finding, catching and evolving your Feebas. Finding Feebas is renowned for being an incredibly difficult Pokemon to find. Since it's 'discovery' in Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire,... Read More
Posted by Xavier (#4) on 7 April 2012, 11:13 PM EDT in Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald
Battle Frontier GuideBattle Factory The Battle Factory is the closest facility to the entrance of the Battle Frontier. To get to it, walk to the southwest corner of the Battle Frontier and walk upwards. A yellow boxy building will be in front of you, go inside to hear the techno music. After you're done dancing, you should pick a side. Side one is for the double battles, which is the side to the right or singles, the side to the left. The basis of the Battle Factory is the Battle Swap program, in which you are give... Read More
Posted by Xavier (#4) on 7 April 2012, 10:50 PM EDT in Game Mechanics
Happiness Happiness is a system implemented in Pokemon Gold and Silver that allows your Pokemon to grow to love you through basic interactions. In order for a Pokemon to be 'happy', it must reach a certain level. Once reaching this level (255 is the maximum), some Pokemon will evolve. :D Methodology There are several ways of approaching happiness, some universal, while others depend on the game. Give it a Soothe Bell. (+1 to each of the following events) Capture the Pokemon with a Luxury... Read More
Posted by Tiff (#1) on 6 April 2012, 4:19 PM EDT in Game Mechanics
Natures and Stats Natures first appeared in Ruby and Saphire and have, since then, remained an integral factor in the stats of Pokemon. In the original Ruby and Saphire games and later games, certain NPCs allude to the fact that natures can raise stats. For example, one of the TV programs in Diamond and Pearl broadcasts a Rich Boy who tells you that a certain nature raises a certain stat. Not all Pokemon players choose to care about nature; knowing about nature isn't integral to gameplay... Read More
Posted by Xavier (#4) on 5 April 2012, 1:42 AM EDT in Black and White
Black and White Elite FourShauntal Type: Ghost Preferred Pokemon: Liepard, Bisharp Prize: $6000 Cofagrigus @ Level 48 Ability: Mummy - Shadow Ball - Will-o-Wisp - Grass Knot - Psychic Jellicent @ Level 48 Ability: Cursed Body - Shadow Ball - Energy Ball - Surf - Brine Golurk @ Level 48 Ability: Iron Fist - Brick Break - Earthquake - Shadow Punch - Curse Chandelure @ Level 50 Ability: Flame Body - Fire Blast - Psychic - Shadow Ball - Payback ... Read More
Posted by Tiff (#1) on 4 April 2012, 11:35 PM EDT in Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald
Catching the Latis I created this page in response to difficulties I noticed people had catching Latios/Latias in their Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald games. While many people do simply use their single Masterball per game to catch these time-consuming legendaries, Latios and Latias actually can be fairly easy to catch. Or even fun to catch! The first step to catching Latios/Latias is to get the legendary on your Pokedex. If you have Sapphire, you are looking for LatiasIf you have Ruby, ... Read More
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