Posted: 6/17/2006 6:02:06 PM
|Before asking your question on the board (where getting an answer will probably take much longer, if, you get an answer), check the FAQs, as well as this topic. Donald’s FAQ can answer a lot of your gameplay questions, and this topic is here to answer other common questions. Hold down the Ctrl key on your keyboard and press F to bring up a window that will search for any words you enter on the current page - this can help you find what you want from a huge FAQ very quickly.
Try looking through existing board topics before posting a question to be answered. Use the search feature located underneath the topic list or just read though the topic headings yourself. Also, you can try changing your display settings (click the "Manage Account" button on the top-right of the page) to show more topics/posts per page. And if you can’t find an answer, at least put all your questions in one topic.
Please use descriptive topic names if you have a question or problem! You're much more likely to have a knowledgeable person help you out if they can tell what your topic is about from its name.
Don't try to impress people by stating how you beat the game, how many Lv. 100's you have, or how you beat your friends all the time. Odds are that none of that is much of a comparison to the online competition you can find. If you try to impress this way, someone will probably start flaming you.
Read (and follow) the TOS - it's there for a reason. If you haven't read this, you should. It's a classic and if you follow it, you won't be banned...ever.
Phil's site, which has a very detailed guide on finding and catching the rare Pokémon you release from the Burned Tower into the wild. It also provides answers to many other questions you may have, like about Hidden Power. It hasn't been updated in a long time, however, so some things (team creation information for one) may no longer be as accurate as they once were. The unfinished RMT! program available for download never had its team-rating abilities truly fleshed out, but it provides some other
useful resources, like move/item info.
Travis's site, home to the Item Spoiler, which is full of information about the items in this game, as well as some other useful bits. He also hosts Donald's FAQ.
Metalloid Research, a site with detailed information about how the moves and items in this game worth. How much does Swords Dance increase your power? How helpful is a Scope Lens? Questions like those are answered here.
Download link for Jolt's PKUtility, a spreadsheet that provides many useful features like damage calculation and stat information.
The official site for NetBattle, a downloadable fan-made program that allows you to simulate Pokémon battles with other trainers online. It supports all generations of games - choose one, design a team you like, and challenge someone!
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