Series Pokemon Catching Guide

Version 3.3 - 3/1/08

TABLE OF CONTENTS


MAIN GUIDE
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Intro/FAQ                       [INTR]
How to Read the List            [HOW2]
Master List                     [MSTR]

SPECIAL SECTIONS
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Pal Park                        [PPRK]
Kanto Starters                  [KANT]
Johto Starters                  [JOHT]
Hoenn Starters                  [HOEN]
Sinnoh Starters                 [SINN]
DP Time of Day                  [AMPM]
GBA Game Insertion              [INSR]
Pokemon Swarms                  [SWRM]
Pokeradar                       [PRDR]
The Great Marsh                 [GMAR]
Evolution Materials             [MATR]
Happiness Evolution             [HAPP]
Attack Knowledge Evolution      [KNOW]
Location Evolution              [WHER]
Evolving Tyrogue                [HIT3]
Evolving Wurmple                [BUDU]
Evolving Mantyke                [MTYK]
Feebas & Milotic                [ARGH]
28 Unown                        [UNOW]*
Stationary Kecleon              [INVI]
Reviving Fossils                [FOSL]
Digging For Spiritomb           [SPIR]*

Legendary Gerbils               [DOGZ]
Random Dragons                  [LATI]
Roaming Psychics                [MSCS]*
3 Kings                         [REGI]
The King Of Kings               [GIGA]*
Dead Static?                    [ROTM]*
Weather Monsters (E)            [KNGE]

Obtaining Mew                   [MEW1]
Obtaining Lugia                 [EXDE]
Obtaining Ho-oh                 [COLO]
Obtaining Celebi                [OJAA]
Obtaining Jirachi               [COLB]
Obtaining Deoxys                [XDNA]
Obtaining Manaphy               [RNGR]*
Obtaining Darkrai               [DARK]
Obtaining Shaymin               [SHAY]
Obtaining Arceus                [AGOD]

OTHER   
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How to Fish                     [FISH]
Safari Zone Areas               [SFRI]
In-Game Trades List             [INGM]*
Celadon Game Corner Pokemon     [CELA]
Sources                         [SORC]
Copyright Information           [COPY]
Version History & Future Plans  [MHV1]
Contact Me                      [EMAL]

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*sections with an asterisk are complete for 3rd gen, but need to be updated*
**************with new information to cover 4th gen*************************
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Intro/FAQ [INTR]
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I am SPOON! (GameFAQs username: Sp00nMan) and I have been working on this
guide for a long time now. I finally found the level of information I wanted
to include from a reliable source, so I was able to go ahead with the project.
If this guide existed while I was completing  my Pokedex, I would have been
able to do it much faster.

In this guide I will give exact percentages regarding encounter rates of each
wild Pokemon. While I realize that some Pokemon have many places to be found,
I feel I have given the best places to find them. In some cases I put two
different places based on higher encounter rate and by ease of getting to each
place.

Q: What games does this guide cover?
A: This guide was written for all games in the Pokemon "Advanced" Generation
   and the "DS" Generation which includes:
   -Pokemon Ruby Version (GBA)
   -Pokemon Sapphire Version (GBA)
   -Pokemon Fire Red (GBA)
   -Pokemon Leaf Green (GBA)
   -Pokemon Emerald Version (GBA)
   -Pokemon Colosseum (GCN)
   -Pokemon XD: Gale of Darkness (GCN)
   -Pokemon Diamond Version (DS)
   -Pokemon Pearl Version (DS)

Q: What is the point this guide?
A: The purpose of this guide is to help you complete your Pokedex in the
   simplest way possible. I will list the easiest ways to catch each of the
   493 Pokemon of the 4th generation.

Q: Why are there so many special sections? Can't you just say it in the list?
A: The world of Pokemon has become very complicated since the days of R/B/Y. 
   There are now many Pokemon who need far more than one line of explanation
   in order to understand how exactly to catch or evolve them. I try to be as
   specific as possible in this guide so I leave no room for ambiguity. If you
   read the guide carefully, you should have no questions.

Q: What are those things in brackets in the table of contents?
A: If you've read other people's FAQs before, at least all the well-written
   ones, you've seen something similar. The point of them is so you can simply
   copy the bracketed thing and then hit CTRL+F on your keyboard. Then you 
   paste it in there and it will bring you directly to the section you are
   looking for. I wish I knew who came up with this idea originally so I could
   credit them. Instead I give special thanks to good FAQ writers everywhere
   for creating a good standard.


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How to Read the List [HOW2]
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The list will look like this:

###: Pokemon Name
 R - How to get this Pokemon in the Ruby Version
 S - How to get this Pokemon in the Sapphire Version
FR - How to get this Pokemon in the Fire Red Version
LG - How to get this Pokemon in the Leaf Green Version
 E - How to get this Pokemon in the Emerald Version
 C - How to get this Pokemon in Pokemon Colosseum
XD - How to get this Pokemon in Pokemon XD: Gale of Darkness
 D - How to get this Pokemon in the Diamond Version
 P - How to get this Pokemon in the Pearl Version

Some Pokemon will have a note that looks like (H###). This is their Hoenn 
Pokedex number. Completing the Hoenn Pokedex is important in Emerald, so which
Pokemon belong to the Hoenn Pokedex is important to display here.

Some Pokemon will have a note that looks like (S###). This is their Sinnoh
Pokedex number. Completing the Sinnoh Pokedex is important in both Diamond and
Pearl, so which Pokemon belong to the Sinnoh Pokedex is important to display
here.

If a Pokemon cannot be obtained in one of the GBA games,
or if it can be obtained in one DS game, but not the other,
the entry will simply say "TRADE"

If a Pokemon cannot be caught in one of the GCN games,
the entry will simply say "NO". 

Please note that I am intentionally ignoring the possibility of evolution
when considering the GCN games.

If a Pokemon from 1-386 cannot be obtained in both Diamond and Pearl,
the entry will simply say "TRANSFER"

Pokedex entries 387-493 cannot be obtained by any means in Ruby, Sapphire,
Fire Red, Leaf Green, Emerald, Colosseum, or XD. For this reason, those entries
will only have space for Diamond & Pearl information.

If more information is needed, a Section description will be displayed in ().


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Master List [MSTR]
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001: Bulbasaur
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Choose at beginning (Kanto Starters)
LG - Choose at beginning (Kanto Starters)
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

002: Ivysaur
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Evolve Bulbasaur at Lv. 16
LG - Evolve Bulbasaur at Lv. 16
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

003: Venusaur
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Evolve Ivysaur at Lv. 32
LG - Evolve Ivysaur at Lv. 32
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

004: Charmander
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Choose at beginning (Kanto Starters)
LG - Choose at beginning (Kanto Starters)
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

005: Charmeleon
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Evolve Charmander at Lv. 16
LG - Evolve Charmander at Lv. 16
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

006: Charizard
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Evolve Charmeleon at Lv. 36
LG - Evolve Charmeleon at Lv. 36
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

007: Squirtle
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Choose at beginning (Kanto Starters)
LG - Choose at beginning (Kanto Starters)
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

008: Wartortle
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Evolve Squirtle at Lv. 16
LG - Evolve Squirtle at Lv. 16
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

009: Blastoise
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Evolve Wartortle at Lv. 36
LG - Evolve Wartortle at Lv. 36
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

010: Caterpie
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 40% in Viridian Forest
LG - 40% in Viridian Forest
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 8% on Route 204 South (FR Inserted)
 P - 8% on Route 204 South (FR Inserted)

011: Metapod
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 5% in Pattern Bush or Viridian Forest or Evolve Caterpie at Lv. 7
LG - 10% in Viridian Forest or Evolve Caterpie at Lv. 7
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 8% in Eterna Forest (FR Inserted) or Evolve Caterpie at Lv. 7
 P - 8% in Eterna Forest (FR Inserted) or Evolve Caterpie at Lv. 7

012: Butterfree
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Evolve Metapod at Lv. 10
LG - Evolve Metapod at Lv. 10
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Peon Targ in Cipher Key Lair
 D - Evolve Metapod at Lv. 10
 P - Evolve Metapod at Lv. 10

013: Weedle
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 40% in Viridian Forest
LG - 40% in Viridian Forest
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 8% on Route 204 South (LG Inserted)
 P - 8% on Route 204 South (LG Inserted)

014: Kakuna
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 20% in Pattern Bush or 10% in Viridian Forest or Evolve Weedle at Lv. 7
LG - 20% in Pattern Bush or 5% in Viridian Forest or Evolve Weedle at Lv. 7
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 8% in Eterna Forest (LG Inserted) or Evolve Weedle at Lv. 7
 P - 8% in Eterna Forest (LG Inserted) or Evolve Weedle at Lv. 7

015: Beedrill
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Evolve Kakuna at Lv. 10
LG - Evolve Kakuna at Lv. 10
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Peon Lok in Cipher Key Lair
 D - Evolve Kakuna at Lv. 10
 P - Evolve Kakuna at Lv. 10

016: Pidgey
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 50% on Route 1
LG - 50% on Route 1
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 40% on Route 229 during Swarm
 P - 40% on Route 229 during Swarm

017: Pidgeotto
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 20% in Berry Forest or Evolve Pidgey at Lv. 18
LG - 20% in Berry Forest Evolve Pidgey at Lv. 18
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Peon Lok in Cipher Key Lair
 D - Evolve Pidgey at Lv. 18
 P - Evolve Pidgey at Lv. 18

018: Pidgeot
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Evolve Pidgeotto at Lv. 36
LG - Evolve Pidgeotto at Lv. 36
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Pidgeotto at Lv. 36
 P - Evolve Pidgeotto at Lv. 36

019: Rattata
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 50% on Route 1
LG - 50% on Route 1
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 5% on Routes 225 & 226
 P - 5% on Routes 225 & 226

020: Raticate
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 30% in Pokemon Mansion 1F/2F/3F or Evolve Rattata at Lv. 20
LG - 30% in Pokemon Mansion 1F/2F/3F or Evolve Rattata at Lv. 20
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Chaser Furgy in Citadark Isle
 D - 30% on Routes 225 & 226 in Daytime
 P - 30% on Routes 225 & 226 in Daytime

021: Spearow
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 35% on Routes 3, 4, 9, 10, 11
LG - 35% on Routes 3, 4, 9, 10, 11
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Peon Exin in Phenac City
 D - 5% on Routes 225 & 226
 P - 5% on Routes 225 & 226

022: Fearow
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 25% on Route 23 or Evolve Spearow at Lv. 20
LG - 25% on Route 23 or Evolve Spearow at Lv. 20
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 40% on Routes 225 & 226 in Morning or Evolve Spearow at Lv. 20
 P - 40% on Routes 225 & 226 in Morning or Evolve Spearow at Lv. 20

023: Ekans
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 40% on Route 11
LG - TRADE
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 8% on Route 212 South (FR Inserted)
 P - 8% on Route 212 South (FR Inserted)

024: Arbok
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 5% on Route 23 or Victory Road 1F/2F/3F or Evolve Ekans at Lv. 22
LG - TRADE
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Peon Smarton in Cipher Key Lair
 D - 8% in all areas of Great Marsh (FR Inserted) or Evolve Ekans at Lv. 22
 P - 8% in all areas of Great Marsh (FR Inserted) or Evolve Ekans at Lv. 22

025: Pikachu (H156) (S104)
 R - 5% in Safari Zone Left Area & Entrance Area
 S - 5% in Safari Zone Left Area & Entrance Area
FR - 25% in Power Plant & 5% in Viridian Forest
LG - 25% in Power Plant & 5% in Viridian Forest
 E - 5% in Safari Zone Left Area & Entrance Area
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 10% in Trophy Garden or Evolve Pichu by Happiness
 P - 10% in Trophy Garden or Evolve Pichu by Happiness

026: Raichu (H157) (S105)
 R - Evolve Pikachu with Thunder Stone
 S - Evolve Pikachu with Thunder Stone
FR - Evolve Pikachu with Thunder Stone
LG - Evolve Pikachu with Thunder Stone
 E - Evolve Pikachu with Thunder Stone
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Pikachu with Thunder Stone
 P - Evolve Pikachu with Thunder Stone

027: Sandshrew (H112)
 R - 35% in Route 111's Desert
 S - 35% in Route 111's Desert
FR - TRADE
LG - 35% on Route 11
 E - 50% in Mirage Tower
 C - NO
XD - Rock Pokespot
 D - 8% in Wayward Cave (LG Inserted)
 P - 8% in Wayward Cave (LG Inserted)

028: Sandslash (H113)
 R - Evolve Sandshrew at Lv. 22
 S - Evolve Sandshrew at Lv. 22
FR - TRADE
LG - 5% on Route 23 or Victory Road 1F/2F/3F or Evolve Sandshrew at Lv. 22
 E - Evolve Sandshrew at Lv. 22
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 8% on Route 228 (LG Inserted) or Evolve Sandshrew at Lv. 22
 P - 8% on Route 228 (LG Inserted) or Evolve Sandshrew at Lv. 22

029: Nidoran-F
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 5% in Safari Zone #1 & #3, 1% on Route 3
LG - 20% in all areas of Safari Zone, 14% on Route 3
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 10% on Route 201 (Pokeradar)
 P - 2% on Route 201 (Pokeradar)

030: Nidorina
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 5% in Safari Zone Entrance & #2 or Evolve Nidoran-F at Lv. 16
LG - 10% in all areas of Safari Zone or Evolve Nidoran-F at Lv. 16
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 10% on Route 221/Valor Lakefront (Pokeradar) or Evolve Nidoran-F at Lv. 16
 P - 2% on Route 221/Valor Lakefront (Pokeradar) or Evolve Nidoran-F at Lv. 16

031: Nidoqueen
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Evolve Nidorina with Moon Stone
LG - Evolve Nidorina with Moon Stone
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Nidorina with Moon Stone
 P - Evolve Nidorina with Moon Stone

032: Nidoran-M
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 20% in all areas of Safari Zone, 14% on Route 3
LG - 5% in Safari Zone #1 & #3, 1% on Route 3
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 2% on Route 201 (Pokeradar)
 P - 10% on Route 201 (Pokeradar)

033: Nidorino
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 10% in all areas of Safari Zone or Evolve Nidoran-M at Lv. 16
LG - 5% in Safari Zone Entrance & #2 or Evolve Nidoran-M at Lv. 16
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 2% on Route 221/Valor Lakefront (Pokeradar) or Evolve Nidoran-F at Lv. 16
 P - 10% on Route 221/Valor Lakefront (Pokeradar) or Evolve Nidoran-F at Lv. 16

034: Nidoking
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Evolve Nidorino with Moon Stone
LG - Evolve Nidorino with Moon Stone
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Nidorino with Moon Stone
 P - Evolve Nidorino with Moon Stone

035: Clefairy (S100)
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 6% in Mt. Moon B2
LG - 6% in Mt. Moon B2
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 15% in Mt. Coronet or Evolve Cleffa by Happiness
 P - 15% in Mt. Coronet or Evolve Cleffa by Happiness

036: Clefable (S101)
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Evolve Clefairy with Moon Stone
LG - Evolve Clefairy with Moon Stone
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Clefairy with Moon Stone
 P - Evolve Clefairy with Moon Stone

037: Vulpix (H153)
 R - 15% in grass outside Mt. Pyre
 S - 15% in grass outside Mt. Pyre
FR - TRADE
LG - 20% on Route 8
 E - 30% in grass outside Mt. Pyre
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Peon Mesin in Pyrite Town
 D - 8% on Routes 209 & 214 (LG Inserted)
 P - 8% on Routes 209 & 214 (LG Inserted)

038: Ninetales (H154)
 R - Evolve Vulpix with Fire Stone
 S - Evolve Vulpix with Fire Stone
FR - TRADE
LG - Evolve Vulpix with Fire Stone
 E - Evolve Vulpix with Fire Stone
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Vulpix with Fire Stone
 P - Evolve Vulpix with Fire Stone

039: Jigglypuff (H138)
 R - 10% on Route 115
 S - 10% on Route 115
FR - 10% on Route 3
LG - 10% on Route 3
 E - 10% on Route 115
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 5% when found in Trophy Garden or Evolve Igglybuff by Happiness
 P - 5% when found in Trophy Garden or Evolve Igglybuff by Happiness

040: Wigglytuff (H139)
 R - Evolve Jigglypuff with Moon Stone
 S - Evolve Jigglypuff with Moon Stone
FR - Evolve Jigglypuff with Moon Stone
LG - Evolve Jigglypuff with Moon Stone
 E - Evolve Jigglypuff with Moon Stone
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Jigglypuff with Moon Stone
 P - Evolve Jigglypuff with Moon Stone

041: Zubat (H063) (S028)
 R - 80% in Meteor Falls Entrance & 30% in Granite Cave
 S - 80% in Meteor Falls Entrance & 30% in Granite Cave
FR - 100% in Altering Cave & 69% in Mt. Moon 1F
LG - 100% in Altering Cave & 69% in Mt. Moon 1F
 E - 100% in Altering Cave & 80% in Meteor Falls Entrance
 C - NO
XD - Cave Pokespot
 D - 90% Surf in Mt. Coronet B1/4F/South Entrance
 P - 90% Surf in Mt. Coronet B1/4F/South Entrance

042: Golbat (H064) (S029)
 R - 90% Surf in Meteor Falls Beyond Waterfall or Evolve Zubat at Lv. 22
 S - 90% Surf in Meteor Falls Beyond Waterfall or Evolve Zubat at Lv. 22
FR - 25% in Icefall Cave or Evolve Zubat at Lv. 22
LG - 25% in Icefall Cave or Evolve Zubat at Lv. 22
 E - 90% Surf in Meteor Falls Beyond Waterfall or Evolve Zubat at Lv. 22
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 100% Surf in Victory Road B1 or Evolve Zubat at Lv. 22
 P - 100% Surf in Victory Road B1 or Evolve Zubat at Lv. 22

043: Oddish (H088)
 R - 30% on Route 119
 S - 30% on Route 119
FR - 35% on Routes 12, 13, 14, 15
LG - TRADE
 E - 40% on Routes 117
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 11% on Route 230
 P - 11% on Route 230

044: Gloom (H089)
 R - 15% in Safari Zone Acro Bike & Mach Bike Areas or Evolve Oddish at Lv. 22
 S - 15% in Safari Zone Acro Bike & Mach Bike Areas or Evolve Oddish at Lv. 22
FR - 20% in Berry Forest or Evolve Oddish at Lv. 22
LG - TRADE
 E - 15% in Safari Zone Acro Bike & Mach Bike Areas or Evolve Oddish at Lv. 22
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 20% on Routes 229 & 230 in Daytime or Evolve Oddish at Lv. 22
 P - 20% on Routes 229 & 230 in Daytime or Evolve Oddish at Lv. 22

045: Vileplume (H090)
 R - Evolve Gloom with Leaf Stone
 S - Evolve Gloom with Leaf Stone
FR - Evolve Gloom with Leaf Stone
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Gloom with Leaf Stone
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Gloom with Leaf Stone
 P - Evolve Gloom with Leaf Stone

046: Paras
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 100% in Mt. Moon B1
LG - 100% in Mt. Moon B1
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Peon Humah in Cipher Key Lair
 D - 3% when found in the Great Marsh
 P - 3% when found in the Great Marsh

047: Parasect
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 25% in Cerulean Cave 1F or Evolve Paras at Lv. 24
LG - 25% in Cerulean Cave 1F or Evolve Paras at Lv. 24
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Paras at Lv. 24
 P - Evolve Paras at Lv. 24

048: Venonat
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 30% on Routes 12, 13, 14, 15
LG - 30% on Routes 12, 13, 14, 15
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 2% on Route 229 (Pokeradar)
 P - 2% on Route 229 (Pokeradar)

049: Venomoth
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 5% in Berry Forest or Safari Zone #2 & #3 or Evolve Venonat at Lv. 31
LG - 5% in Berry Forest or Safari Zone #2 & #3 or Evolve Venonat at Lv. 31
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Peon Angic in Cipher Key Lair
 D - 10% on Route 229 (Pokeradar) or Evolve Venonat at Lv. 31
 P - 10% on Route 229 (Pokeradar) or Evolve Venonat at Lv. 31

050: Diglett
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 95% in Diglett's Cave
LG - 95% in Diglett's Cave
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 5% on Route 228
 P - 5% on Route 228

051: Dugtrio
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 5% in Diglett's Cave or Evolve Diglett at Lv. 26
LG - 5% in Diglett's Cave or Evolve Diglett at Lv. 26
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Peon Kolax in Citadark Isle
 D - 30% on Route 228 in Daytime or Evolve Diglett at Lv. 26
 P - 30% on Route 228 in Daytime or Evolve Diglett at Lv. 26

052: Meowth
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 40% on Route 7
LG - 40% on Route 7
 E - Battle Frontier in-game trade for Skitty
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Peon Fostin in Phenac City
 D - 5% when found in Trophy Garden
 P - 5% when found in Trophy Garden

053: Persian
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 5% in Kindle Road or Evolve Meowth at Lv. 28
LG - 5% in Kindle Road or Evolve Meowth at Lv. 28
 E - Evolve Meowth at Lv. 28
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Meowth at Lv. 28
 P - Evolve Meowth at Lv. 28

054: Psyduck (H158) (S043)
 R - 100% Surf in Safari Zone
 S - 100% Surf in Safari Zone
FR - 100% Surf in Viridian City, Fuschia City, Routes 6, 22, 25
LG - TRADE
 E - 100% Surf in Safari Zone
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 90% Surf in Eterna City, Celestic Town, Twinleaf Town
 P - 90% Surf in Eterna City, Celestic Town, Twinleaf Town

055: Golduck (H159) (S044)
 R - Evolve Psyduck at Lv. 33
 S - Evolve Psyduck at Lv. 33
FR - 35% Surf in Cerulean Cave 1F/B1 or Evolve Psyduck at Lv. 33
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Psyduck at Lv. 33
 C - NO
XD - Navigator Abson in Citadark Isle
 D - 100% Surf in Resort Area or Evolve Psyduck at Lv. 33
 P - 100% Surf in Resort Area or Evolve Psyduck at Lv. 33

056: Mankey
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 45% on Route 22
LG - 45% on Route 22
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 2% on Routes 225 & 226 (Pokeradar)
 P - 2% on Routes 225 & 226 (Pokeradar)

057: Primeape
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 11% in Cerulean Cave 1F, 10% in Victory Road 2F or Evolve Mankey at Lv. 28
LG - 11% in Cerulean Cave 1F, 10% in Victory Road 2F or Evolve Mankey at Lv. 28
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Admin Gorigan
 D - 10% on Routes 225 & 226 (Pokeradar) or Evolve Mankey at Lv. 28
 P - 10% on Routes 225 & 226 (Pokeradar) or Evolve Mankey at Lv. 28

058: Growlithe
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 20% on Route 8
LG - TRADE
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Peon Humah in Cipher Key Lair
 D - 8% on Routes 201 & 202 (FR Inserted)
 P - 8% on Routes 201 & 202 (FR Inserted)

059: Arcanine
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Evolve Growlithe with Fire Stone
LG - TRADE
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Growlithe with Fire Stone
 P - Evolve Growlithe with Fire Stone

060: Poliwag
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 60% Fish with Good Rod in Viridian City
LG - 60% Fish with Good Rod in Viridian City
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 35% Fish with Good Rod on Route 225, 30% Surf on Routes 227 & 228
 P - 35% Fish with Good Rod on Route 225, 30% Surf on Routes 227 & 228

061: Poliwhirl
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 40% Fish with Super Rod in Viridian City or Evolve Poliwag at Lv. 25
LG - 40% Fish with Super Rod in Viridian City or Evolve Poliwag at Lv. 25
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 70% Surf on Routes 227 & 228
 P - 70% Surf on Routes 227 & 228

062: Poliwrath
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Evolve Poliwhirl with Water Stone
LG - Evolve Poliwhirl with Water Stone
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Admin Gorigan in Citadark Isle
 D - Evolve Poliwhirl with Water Stone
 P - Evolve Poliwhirl with Water Stone

063: Abra (H039) (S020)
 R - 10% in Granite Cave
 S - 10% in Granite Cave
FR - 15% on Routes 24 & 25
LG - 15% on Routes 24 & 25
 E - 10% in Granite Cave & Route 116
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 15% on Route 203
 P - 15% on Route 203

064: Kadabra (H040) (S021)
 R - Evolve Abra at Lv. 16
 S - Evolve Abra at Lv. 16
FR - 25% in Cerulean Cave B1 or Evolve Abra at Lv. 16
LG - 25% in Cerulean Cave B1 or Evolve Abra at Lv. 16
 E - Evolve Abra at Lv. 16
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 25% in Victory Road 2F in Daytime or Evolve Abra at Lv. 16
 P - 25% in Victory Road 2F in Daytime or Evolve Abra at Lv. 16

065: Alakazam (H041) (S022)
 R - Evolve Kadabra by Trading
 S - Evolve Kadabra by Trading
FR - Evolve Kadabra by Trading
LG - Evolve Kadabra by Trading
 E - Evolve Kadabra by Trading
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Kadabra by Trading
 P - Evolve Kadabra by Trading

066: Machop (H073) (S040)
 R - 25% on Jagged Pass & Route 112
 S - 25% on Jagged Pass & Route 112
FR - 50% in Mt. Ember Entrance Cave
LG - 50% in Mt. Ember Entrance Cave
 E - 25% on Jagged Pass
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 45% on Route 207 in Daytime
 P - 45% on Route 207 in Daytime

067: Machoke (H074) (S041)
 R - Evolve Machop at Lv. 28
 S - Evolve Machop at Lv. 28
FR - 20% in Cerulean Cave 2F or Evolve Machop at Lv. 28
LG - 20% in Cerulean Cave 2F or Evolve Machop at Lv. 28
 E - Evolve Machop at Lv. 28
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 25% in Victory Road 1F in Daytime or Evolve Machop at Lv. 28
 P - 25% in Victory Road 1F in Daytime or Evolve Machop at Lv. 28

068: Machamp (H075) (S042)
 R - Evolve Machoke by Trading
 S - Evolve Machoke by Trading
FR - Evolve Machoke by Trading
LG - Evolve Machoke by Trading
 E - Evolve Machoke by Trading
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Machoke by Trading
 P - Evolve Machoke by Trading

069: Bellsprout
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - 35% on Routes 12, 13, 14, 15
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 11% on Route 230
 P - 11% on Route 230

070: Weepinbell
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - 20% in Berry Forest or Evolve Bellsprout at Lv. 21
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Peon Angic in Cipher Key Lair
 D - 20% on Routes 229 & 230 in Daytime
 P - 20% on Routes 229 & 230 in Daytime

071: Victreebel
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - Evolve Weepinbell with Leaf Stone
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Weepinbell with Leaf Stone
 P - Evolve Weepinbell with Leaf Stone

072: Tentacool (H066) (S136)
 R - 99% Surf in Abandoned Ship
 S - 99% Surf in Abandoned Ship
FR - 100% Surf in Pallet Town & Cerulean City
LG - 100% Surf in Pallet Town & Cerulean City
 E - 99% Surf in Abandoned Ship
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 60% Surf on Routes 213, 218, 219, 220, 221, 222, Pastoria City
 P - 60% Surf on Routes 213, 218, 219, 220, 221, 222, Pastoria City

073: Tentacruel (H067) (S137)
 R - 20% Fish with Super Rod in Abandoned Ship or Evolve Tentacool at Lv. 30
 S - 20% Fish with Super Rod in Abandoned Ship or Evolve Tentacool at Lv. 30
FR - 5% Surf on One Island or Evolve Tentacool at Lv. 30
LG - 5% Surf on One Island or Evolve Tentacool at Lv. 30
 E - 20% Fish with Super Rod in Abandoned Ship or Evolve Tentacool at Lv. 30
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 60% Surf in Sunnyshore City, Route 223 or Evolve Tentacool at Lv. 30
 P - 60% Surf in Sunnyshore City, Route 223 or Evolve Tentacool at Lv. 30

074: Geodude (H057) (S031)
 R - 100% Rock Smash on Routes 111 & 114 or 10% in Granite Cave 1F
 S - 100% Rock Smash on Routes 111 & 114 or 10% in Granite Cave 1F
FR - 50% in Mt. Ember Entrance Cave
LG - 50% in Mt. Ember Entrance Cave
 E - 100% Rock Smash on Routes 111 & 114 or 10% in Granite Cave 1F
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 80% in Oreburgh Gate 1F
 P - 80% in Oreburgh Gate 1F

075: Graveler (H058) (S032)
 R - 70% Rock Smash in Victory Road B1 or Evolve Geodude at Lv. 25
 S - 70% Rock Smash in Victory Road B1 or Evolve Geodude at Lv. 25
FR - 35% Rock Smash in Cerulean Cave 1F/2F/B1 or Evolve Geodude at Lv. 25
LG - 35% Rock Smash in Cerulean Cave 1F/2F/B1 or Evolve Geodude at Lv. 25
 E - 70% Rock Smash in Victory Road B1 or Evolve Geodude at Lv. 25
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 69% in Iron Island B1 or Evolve Geodude at Lv. 25
 P - 69% in Iron Island B1 or Evolve Geodude at Lv. 25

076: Golem (H059) (S033)
 R - Evolve Graveler by Trading
 S - Evolve Graveler by Trading
FR - Evolve Graveler by Trading
LG - Evolve Graveler by Trading
 E - Evolve Graveler by Trading
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Graveler by Trading
 P - Evolve Graveler by Trading

077: Ponyta (S090)
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 35% at Mt. Ember Base
LG - 35% at Mt. Ember Base
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 50% on Route 210 in Daytime
 P - 50% on Route 210 in Daytime

078: Rapidash (S091)
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 5% in Kindle Road or Evolve Ponyta at Lv. 40
LG - 5% in Kindle Road or Evolve Ponyta at Lv. 40
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Peon Kolest in Citadark Isle
 D - Evolve Ponyta at Lv. 40
 P - Evolve Ponyta at Lv. 40

079: Slowpoke
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - 100% Surf in Viridian City & Fuschia City
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - TRADE
 P - 12% on Route 205 North (Pokeradar)

080: Slowbro
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - 35% Surf in Cerulean Cave 1F/B1 or Evolve Slowpoke at Lv. 37
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - TRADE
 P - Evolve Slowpoke at Lv. 37

081: Magnemite (H082)
 R - 50% in New Mauville
 S - 50% in New Mauville
FR - 30% in Power Plant
LG - 30% in Power Plant
 E - 50% in New Mauville
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 40% in Fuego Ironworks during Swarm
 P - 40% in Fuego Ironworks during Swarm

082: Magneton (H083)
 R - 1% in New Mauville Basement or Evolve Magnemite at Lv. 30
 S - 1% in New Mauville Basement or Evolve Magnemite at Lv. 30
FR - 20% in Cerulean Cave 1F or Evolve Magnemite at Lv. 30
LG - 20% in Cerulean Cave 1F or Evolve Magnemite at Lv. 30
 E - 1% in New Mauville Basement or Evolve Magnemite at Lv. 30
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Peon Snidle in Cipher Key Lair
 D - Evolve Magnemite at Lv. 30
 P - Evolve Magnemite at Lv. 30

083: Farfetch'd
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Vermillion City in-game trade for Spearow
LG - Vermillion City in-game trade for Spearow
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Admin Lovrina in Citadark Isle
 D - 40% on Route 221 during Swarm
 P - 40% on Route 221 during Swarm

084: Doduo (H092)
 R - 15% Safari Zone Mach Bike Area
 S - 15% Safari Zone Mach Bike Area
FR - 35% Routes 16, 17, 18
LG - 35% Routes 16, 17, 18
 E - 15% Safari Zone Mach Bike Area
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 40% on Route 201 during Swarm
 P - 40% on Route 201 during Swarm

085: Dodrio (H093)
 R - 5% in Safari Zone Mach Bike Area or Evolve Doduo at Lv. 31
 S - 5% in Safari Zone Mach Bike Area or Evolve Doduo at Lv. 31
FR - Evolve Doduo at Lv. 31
LG - Evolve Doduo at Lv. 31
 E - 5% in Safari Zone Mach Bike Area or Evolve Doduo at Lv. 31
 C - NO
XD - Chaser Furgy in Citadark Isle
 D - Evolve Doduo at Lv. 31
 P - Evolve Doduo at Lv. 31

086: Seel
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 60% Surf in Icefall Cave Entrance
LG - 60% Surf in Icefall Cave Entrance
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Peon Egrog in Phenac City
 D - 30% Surf on Routes 226 & 230
 P - TRADE

087: Dewgong
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 20% in Icefall Cave Entrance or Evolve Seel at Lv. 34
LG - 20% in Icefall Cave Entrance or Evolve Seel at Lv. 34
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 5% Surf on Routes 226 & 230 or Evolve Seel at Lv. 34
 P - TRADE

088: Grimer (H106)
 R - 2% at Fiery Path
 S - 25% at Fiery Path
FR - 5% in Cinnabar Mansion
LG - 30% in Cinnabar Mansion 
 E - 2% at Fiery Path
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Peon Faltly in Phenac City
 D - 12% on Route 212 South (Pokeradar)
 P - 12% on Route 212 South (Pokeradar)

089: Muk (H107)
 R - Evolve Grimer at Lv. 38
 S - Evolve Grimer at Lv. 38
FR - Evolve Grimer at Lv. 38
LG - 5% in Pokemon Mansion or Evolve Grimer at Lv. 38
 E - Evolve Grimer at Lv. 38
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Grimer at Lv. 38
 P - Evolve Grimer at Lv. 38

090: Shellder
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 40% Fish with Super Rod in Pallet Town, Lavender Town, Cinnabar Island
LG - TRADE
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Peon Gatog in Cipher Key Lair
 D - 5% Fish w/ Super Rod in Fuego Ironworks, Valley Windworks, Route 205 South
 P - 5% Fish w/ Super Rod in Fuego Ironworks, Valley Windworks, Route 205 South

091: Cloyster
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Evolve Shellder with Water Stone
LG - TRADE
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Shellder with Water Stone
 P - Evolve Shellder with Water Stone

092: Gastly (S069)
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 90% in Pokemon Tower 3F
LG - 90% in Pokemon Tower 3F
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 100% in Old Chateau
 P - 100% in Old Chateau

093: Haunter (S070)
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 30% in Lost Cave or Evolve Gastly at Lv. 25
LG - 30% in Lost Cave or Evolve Gastly at Lv. 25
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 50% in Turnback Cave at Night or in Morning or Evolve Gastly at Lv. 25
 P - 50% in Turnback Cave at Night or in Morning or Evolve Gastly at Lv. 25

094: Gengar (S071)
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Evolve Haunter by Trading
LG - Evolve Haunter by Trading
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 4% Old Chateau Room w/ Painting(GBA Inserted) or Evolve Haunter by Trading
 P - 4% Old Chateau Room w/ Painting(GBA Inserted) or Evolve Haunter by Trading

095: Onix (S034)
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 30% in Victory Road 1F/3F
LG - 30% in Victory Road 1F/3F
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 30% in Iron Island B2
 P - 30% in Iron Island B2

096: Drowzee
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 25% on Route 11
LG - 25% on Route 11
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 40% on Route 215 during Swarm
 P - 40% on Route 215 during Swarm

097: Hypno
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 5% in Berry Forest or Evolve Drowzee at Lv. 26
LG - 5% in Berry Forest or Evolve Drowzee at Lv. 26
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Admin Gorigan in Cipher Key Lair
 D - Evolve Drowzee at Lv. 26
 P - Evolve Drowzee at Lv. 26

098: Krabby
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 20% Fish with Good Rod in Pallet Town, Cerulean City
LG - 60% Fish with Good Rod in Pallet Town, Cerulean City
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 40% on Route 226 during Swarm
 P - 40% on Route 226 during Swarm

099: Kingler
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Evolve Krabby at Lv. 28
LG - 4% Fish with Super Rod on One Island or Evolve Krabby at Lv. 28
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Krabby at Lv. 28
 P - Evolve Krabby at Lv. 28

100: Voltorb (H084)
 R - 50% at New Mauville
 S - 50% at New Mauville
FR - 40% on Route 10
LG - 40% on Route 10
 E - 50% at New Mauville
 C - NO
XD - Wanderer Miror B. in Cave Pokespot
 D - 40% on Route 218 during Swarm
 P - 40% on Route 218 during Swarm

101: Electrode (H085)
 R - 1% in New Mauville Basement or Evolve Voltorb at Lv. 30
 S - 1% in New Mauville Basement or Evolve Voltorb at Lv. 30
FR - 5% in Cerulean Cave 1F or Evolve Voltorb at Lv. 30
LG - 5% in Cerulean Cave 1F or Evolve Voltorb at Lv. 30
 E - 1% in New Mauville Basement or Evolve Voltorb at Lv. 30
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Voltorb at Lv. 30
 P - Evolve Voltorb at Lv. 30

102: Exeggcute
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 5% in Berry Forest, 20% in all areas of Safari Zone
LG - 5% in Berry Forest, 20% in all areas of Safari Zone
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 3% when found in the Great Marsh
 P - 3% when found in the Great Marsh

103: Exeggutor
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Evolve Exeggcute with Leaf Stone
LG - Evolve Exeggcute with Leaf Stone
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Master Greevil in Citadark Isle
 D - Evolve Exeggcute with Leaf Stone
 P - Evolve Exeggcute with Leaf Stone

104: Cubone
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 10% in Pokemon Tower 7F, 9% Pokemon Tower all other floors
LG - 10% in Pokemon Tower 7F, 9% Pokemon Tower all other floors
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 40% on Route 203 during Swarm
 P - 40% on Route 203 during Swarm

105: Marowak
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 10% in Sevault Canyon or Evolve Cubone at Lv. 28
LG - 10% in Sevault Canyon or Evolve Cubone at Lv. 28
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Admin Eldes in Citadark Isle
 D - Evolve Cubone at Lv. 28
 P - Evolve Cubone at Lv. 28

106: Hitmonlee
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Choose in Fighting Dojo or Evolve Tyrogue at Lv. 20 (Tyrogue Evo)
LG - Choose in Fighting Dojo or Evolve Tyrogue at Lv. 20 (Tyrogue Evo)
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Peon Petro in Citadark Isle
 D - Evolve Tyrogue at Lv. 20 (Tyrogue Evo)
 P - Evolve Tyrogue at Lv. 20 (Tyrogue Evo)

107: Hitmonchan
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Choose in Fighting Dojo or Evolve Tyrogue at Lv. 20 (Tyrogue Evo)
LG - Choose in Fighting Dojo or Evolve Tyrogue at Lv. 20 (Tyrogue Evo)
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Peon Korbon in Citadark Isle
 D - Evolve Tyrogue at Lv. 20 (Tyrogue Evo)
 P - Evolve Tyrogue at Lv. 20 (Tyrogue Evo)

108: Lickitung
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - West of Fuschia City in-game Trade for Golduck
LG - West of Fuschia City in-game Trade for Slowbro
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Peon Geftal in Citadark Isle
 D - 40% at Lake Valor during Swarm
 P - 40% at Lake Valor during Swarm

109: Koffing (H108)
 R - 25% on Fiery Path
 S - 2% on Fiery Path
FR - 30% in Cinnabar Mansion
LG - 5% in Cinnabar Mansion
 E - 25% on Fiery Path
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Breed Weezing
 P - Breed Weezing

110: Weezing (H109)
 R - Evolve Koffing at Lv. 35
 S - Evolve Koffing at Lv. 35
FR - 5% in Pokemon Mansion or Evolve Koffing at Lv. 35
LG - Evolve Koffing at Lv. 35
 E - Evolve Koffing at Lv. 35
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 10% on Route 227 or Stark Mountain
 P - 10% on Route 227 or Stark Mountain

111: Rhyhorn (H169)
 R - 30% in Safari Zone Mach Bike Area
 S - 30% in Safari Zone Mach Bike Area
FR - 20% in Safari Zone Entrance and Area #2
LG - 20% in Safari Zone Entrance and Area #2
 E - 30% in Safari Zone Mach Bike Area
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 5% on Route 227 or Outside Stark Mountain
 P - 5% on Route 227 or Outside Stark Mountain

112: Rhydon (H170)
 R - Evolve Rhyhorn at Lv. 42
 S - Evolve Rhyhorn at Lv. 42
FR - Evolve Rhyhorn at Lv. 42
LG - Evolve Rhyhorn at Lv. 42
 E - Evolve Rhyhorn at Lv. 42
 C - NO
XD - Master Greevil in Citadark Isle
 D - 20% on Routes 227 & 228 or Stark Mountain or Evolve Rhyhorn at Lv. 42
 P - 20% on Routes 227 & 228 or Stark Mountain or Evolve Rhyhorn at Lv. 42

113: Chansey (S097)
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 4% in Safari Zone Area #2
LG - 4% in Safari Zone Area #2
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Peon Leden in Citadark Isle
 D - 5% on Route 209 or Evolve Happiny by leveling holding Oval Stone in Day
 P - 5% on Route 209 or Evolve Happiny by leveling holding Oval Stone in Day

114: Tangela
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 100% on Route 21
LG - 100% on Route 21
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Peon Targ in Cipher Key Lair
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

115: Kangaskhan
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 4% in Safari Zone Area #1
LG - 4% in Safari Zone Area #1
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Peon Litnar in Citadark Isle
 D - 3% when found in the Great Marsh
 P - 3% when found in the Great Marsh

116: Horsea (H184)
 R - 15% Fish with Super Rod on Routes 132, 133, 134
 S - 15% Fish with Super Rod on Routes 132, 133, 134
FR - 84% Fish with Super Rod in Cerulean City
LG - 20% Fish with Good Rod in Pallet Town, Cerulean City
 E - 15% Fish with Super Rod on Routes 132, 133, 134
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 35% Fish with Good Rod on Route 226
 P - 35% Fish with Good Rod on Route 226

117: Seadra (H185)
 R - Evolve Horsea at Lv. 32
 S - Evolve Horsea at Lv. 32
FR - 4% Fish with Super Rod on One Island or Evolve Horsea at Lv. 32
LG - Evolve Horsea at Lv. 32
 E - Evolve Horsea at Lv. 32
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 35% Fish with Super Rod on Route 226
 P - 35% Fish with Super Rod on Route 226

118: Goldeen (H050) (S078)
 R - 30% Fish with Old Rod in Petalburg City
 S - 30% Fish with Old Rod in Petalburg City
FR - 60% Fish with Good Rod in Fuschia City
LG - 60% Fish with Good Rod in Fuschia City
 E - 30% Fish with Old Rod in Petalburg City
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 35% Fish with Good Rod in Twinleaf Town
 P - 35% Fish with Good Rod in Twinleaf Town

119: Seaking (H051) (S079)
 R - 20% Fish with Super Rod in Safari Zone West or Evolve Goldeen at Lv. 33
 S - 20% Fish with Super Rod in Safari Zone West or Evolve Goldeen at Lv. 33
FR - 40% Fish with Super Rod in Fuchsia City or Evolve Goldeen at Lv. 33
LG - 40% Fish with Super Rod in Fuchsia City or Evolve Goldeen at Lv. 33
 E - 20% Fish with Super Rod in Safari Zone West or Evolve Goldeen at Lv. 33
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 35% Fish with Super Rod in Twinleaf Town or Evolve Goldeen at Lv. 33
 P - 35% Fish with Super Rod in Twinleaf Town or Evolve Goldeen at Lv. 33

120: Staryu (H143)
 R - 15% Fish with Super Rod in Lilycove City
 S - 15% Fish with Super Rod in Lilycove City
FR - TRADE
LG - 40% Fish with Super Rod in Pallet Town & Lavender Town
 E - 15% Fish with Super Rod in Lilycove City
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 5% Fish with Super Rod in Canalave City & Sunnyshore City
 P - 5% Fish with Super Rod in Canalave City & Sunnyshore City

121: Starmie (H144)
 R - Evolve Staryu with Water Stone
 S - Evolve Staryu with Water Stone
FR - TRADE
LG - Evolve Staryu with Water Stone
 E - Evolve Staryu with Water Stone
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Admin Snattle in Citadark Isle
 D - Evolve Staryu with Water Stone
 P - Evolve Staryu with Water Stone

122: Mr. Mime (S095)
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - South of Diglett's Cave (Viridian side) in-game trade for Abra
LG - South of Diglett's Cave (Viridian side) in-game trade for Abra
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Admin Gorigan in Citadark Isle
 D - 15% on Routes 218 & 222
 P - Evolve Mime Jr. by knowing Mimic (Knowledge)

123: Scyther
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 4% in Safari Zone Entrance Area
LG - TRADE
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Peon Leden in Citadark Isle
 D - 5% on Route 229
 P - TRADE

124: Jynx
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Cerulean City in-game trade for Poliwhirl
LG - Cerulean City in-game trade for Poliwhirl
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Smoochum at Lv. 30
 P - Evolve Smoochum at Lv. 30

125: Electabuzz
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 5% in Power Plant
LG - TRADE
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Admin Ardos in Citadark Isle
 D - Evolve Elekid at Lv. 30
 P - Evolve Elekid at Lv. 30

126: Magmar
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - 5% at Mt. Ember Base
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Peon Grupel in Citadark Isle
 D - Evolve Magby at Lv. 30
 P - Evolve Magby at Lv. 30

127: Pinsir (H167)
 R - 5% in Safari Zone Mach Bike Area
 S - 5% in Safari Zone Mach Bike Area
FR - TRADE
LG - 1% in Safari Zone Area #1
 E - 5% in Safari Zone Mach Bike Area
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Peon Grupel in Citadark Isle
 D - TRADE
 P - 5% on Route 229

128: Tauros
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 4% in Safari Zone Area #3
LG - 4% in Safari Zone Area #3
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Master Greevil in Citadark Isle
 D - 10% on Routes 209 & 210 South (Pokeradar)
 P - 2% on Routes 209 & 210 South (Pokeradar)

129: Magikarp (H052) (S023)
 R - Fish with Old Rod everywhere
 S - Fish with Old Rod everywhere
FR - Fish with Old Rod everywhere
LG - Fish with Old Rod everywhere
 E - Fish with Old Rod everywhere
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Fish with Old Rod everywhere
 P - Fish with Old Rod everywhere

130: Gyarados (H053) (S024)
 R - 20% Fish with Super Rod in Sootopolis City or Evolve Magikarp at Lv. 20
 S - 20% Fish with Super Rod in Sootopolis City or Evolve Magikarp at Lv. 20
FR - 15% Fish with Super Rod in Viridian City or Evolve Magikarp at Lv. 20
LG - 15% Fish with Super Rod in Viridian City or Evolve Magikarp at Lv. 20
 E - 20% Fish with Super Rod in Sootopolis City or Evolve Magikarp at Lv. 20
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 100% Fish with Super Rod in Victory Road B1 or Evolve Magikarp at Lv. 20
 P - 100% Fish with Super Rod in Victory Road B1 or Evolve Magikarp at Lv. 20

131: Lapras
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 1% Surf in Icefall Cave Rear or Given in Silph Co. 7F
LG - 1% Surf in Icefall Cave Rear or Given in Silph Co. 7F
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Admin Eldes in Citadark Isle
 D - 10% Surf in Victory Road B1 Back Room
 P - 10% Surf in Victory Road B1 Back Room

132: Ditto
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 15% on Route 14
LG - 15% on Route 14
 E - 50% in Desert Underpass
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 12% on Route 218 (Pokeradar)
 P - 12% on Route 218 (Pokeradar)

133: Eevee
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - get in back of GameFreak building in Celadon City
LG - get in back of GameFreak building in Celadon City
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Starter
 D - 5% when found in Trophy Garden
 P - 5% when found in Trophy Garden

134: Vaporeon
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Evolve Eevee with Water Stone
LG - Evolve Eevee with Water Stone
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Eevee with Water Stone
 P - Evolve Eevee with Water Stone

135: Jolteon
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Evolve Eevee with Thunder Stone
LG - Evolve Eevee with Thunder Stone
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Eevee with Thunder Stone
 P - Evolve Eevee with Thunder Stone

136: Flareon
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Evolve Eevee with Fire Stone
LG - Evolve Eevee with Fire Stone
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Eevee with Fire Stone
 P - Evolve Eevee with Fire Stone

137: Porygon
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Buy in Celadon City Game Corner for 9999 coins
LG - Buy in Celadon City Game Corner for 6500 coins
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 5% when found in Trophy Garden
 P - 5% when found in Trophy Garden

138: Omanyte
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Revive Helix Fossil at Cinnabar Lab
LG - Revive Helix Fossil at Cinnabar Lab
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Revive Helix Fossil in Oreburgh City
 P - Revive Helix Fossil in Oreburgh City

139: Omastar
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Evolve Omanyte at Lv. 40
LG - Evolve Omanyte at Lv. 40
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Omanyte at Lv. 40
 P - Evolve Omanyte at Lv. 40

140: Kabuto
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Revive Dome Fossil at Cinnabar Lab
LG - Revive Dome Fossil at Cinnabar Lab
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Revive Dome Fossil in Oreburgh City
 P - Revive Dome Fossil in Oreburgh City

141: Kabutops
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Evolve Kabuto at Lv. 40
LG - Evolve Kabuto at Lv. 40
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Kabuto at Lv. 40
 P - Evolve Kabuto at Lv. 40

142: Aerodactyl
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Revive Old Amber at Cinnabar Lab
LG - Revive Old Amber at Cinnabar Lab
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Revive Old Amber in Oreburgh City
 P - Revive Old Amber in Oreburgh City

143: Snorlax (S113)
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Only Two. East of Vermillion City & West of Celadon City
LG - Only Two. East of Vermillion City & West of Celadon City
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Admin Ardos in Citadark Isle
 D - Evolve Munchlax by Happiness
 P - Evolve Munchlax by Happiness

144: Articuno
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Only One. Seafoam Islands
LG - Only One. Seafoam Islands
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Master Greevil in Citadark Isle
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

145: Zapdos
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Only One. Power Plant
LG - Only One. Power Plant
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Master Greevil in Citadark Isle
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

146: Moltres
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Only One. Mt. Ember Peak
LG - Only One. Mt. Ember Peak
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Master Greevil in Citadark Isle
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

147: Dratini
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 15% Fish with Super Rod in all areas of Safari Zone
LG - 15% Fish with Super Rod in all areas of Safari Zone
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 30% Fish with Super Rod in Mt. Coronet 4F
 P - 30% Fish with Super Rod in Mt. Coronet 4F

148: Dragonair
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 1% Fish with Super Rod in Safari Zone or Evolve Dratini at Lv. 30
LG - 1% Fish with Super Rod in Safari Zone or Evolve Dratini at Lv. 30
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 5% Fish with Super Rod in Mt. Coronet 4F or Evolve Dratini at Lv. 30
 P - 5% Fish with Super Rod in Mt. Coronet 4F or Evolve Dratini at Lv. 30

149: Dragonite
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Evolve Dragonair at Lv. 55
LG - Evolve Dragonair at Lv. 55
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Wanderer Miror B. in Gateon Port
 D - Evolve Dragonair at Lv. 55
 P - Evolve Dragonair at Lv. 55

150: Mewtwo
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Only One. Cerulean Cave B1
LG - Only One. Cerulean Cave B1
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

151: Mew
 R - Nintendo Event Only. (Mew Section)
 S - Nintendo Event Only. (Mew Section)
FR - Nintendo Event Only. (Mew Section)
LG - Nintendo Event Only. (Mew Section)
 E - Nintendo Event Only. Only One. (Mew Section)
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

152: Chikorita
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Choose after completing Hoenn Pokedex (Johto Starters)
 C - NO
XD - Complete Mt. Battle challenge, Area 1-10
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

153: Bayleef
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Chikorita at Lv. 16
 C - Mystery Troop Verde
XD - NO
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

154: Meganium
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Bayleef at Lv. 36
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

155: Cyndaquil
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Choose after completing Hoenn Pokedex (Johto Starters)
 C - NO
XD - Complete Mt. Battle challenge, Area 1-10
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

156: Quilava
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Cyndaquil at Lv. 14
 C - Mystery Troop Rosso
XD - NO
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

157: Typhlosion
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Quilava at Lv. 36
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

158: Totodile
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Choose after completing Hoenn Pokedex (Johto Starters)
 C - NO
XD - Complete Mt. Battle challenge, Area 1-10
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

159: Croconaw
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Totodile at Lv. 18
 C - Mystery Troop Bluno
XD - NO
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

160: Feraligatr
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Croconaw at Lv. 30
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

161: Sentret
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 30% in Five Isle Meadow, Water Path, Canyon Entrance
LG - 30% in Five Isle Meadow, Water Path, Canyon Entrance
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 12% on Route 202 (Pokeradar)
 P - 12% on Route 202 (Pokeradar)

162: Furret
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Evolve Sentret at Lv. 15
LG - Evolve Sentret at Lv. 15
 E - TRADE
 C - Rogue Cail
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Sentret at Lv. 15
 P - Evolve Sentret at Lv. 15

163: Hoothoot (S106)
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 5% in both Safari Zone Extension Areas
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 10% on Route 211 at Night
 P - 10% on Route 211 at Night

164: Noctowl (S107)
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Hoothoot at Lv. 20
 C - Rider Nover
XD - NO
 D - 20% in Lake Valor at Night or Evolve Hoothoot at Lv. 20
 P - 20% in Lake Valor at Night or Evolve Hoothoot at Lv. 20

165: Ledyba
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 5% in Pattern Bush
LG - 30% in Pattern Bush
 E - 10% in Safari Zone Extension Area North
 C - NO
XD - Casual Guy Cyle in Gateon Port
 D - Breed Ledian
 P - Breed Ledian

166: Ledian
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Evolve Ledyba at Lv. 18
LG - Evolve Ledyba at Lv. 18
 E - Evolve Ledyba at Lv. 18
 C - Cipher Peon Kloak
XD - NO
 D - 20% on Route 229 in Morning
 P - 20% on Route 229 in Morning

167: Spinarak
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 30% in Pattern Bush
LG - 5% in Pattern Bush
 E - 10% in Safari Zone Extension Area South
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Peon Nexir in Cipher Lab
 D - Breed Ariados
 P - Breed Ariados

168: Ariados
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Evolve Spinarak at Lv. 22
LG - Evolve Spinarak at Lv. 22
 E - Evolve Spinarak at Lv. 22
 C - Cipher Peon Lesar
XD - NO
 D - 20% on Route 229 at Night
 P - 20% on Route 229 at Night

169: Crobat (H065) (S030)
 R - Evolve Golbat by Happiness
 S - Evolve Golbat by Happiness
FR - Evolve Golbat by Happiness after getting National Dex
LG - Evolve Golbat by Happiness after getting National Dex
 E - Evolve Golbat by Happiness
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Golbat by Happiness
 P - Evolve Golbat by Happiness

170: Chinchou (H181)
 R - 30% Underwater Routes 124, 126
 S - 30% Underwater Routes 124, 126
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 30% Underwater Routes 124, 126
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 30% Fish with Super Rod on Route 220
 P - 30% Fish with Super Rod on Route 220

171: Lanturn (H182)
 R - Evolve Chinchou at Lv. 27
 S - Evolve Chinchou at Lv. 27
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Chinchou at Lv. 27
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 5% Fish with Super Rod on Route 220 or Evolve Chinchou at Lv. 27
 P - 5% Fish with Super Rod on Route 220 or Evolve Chinchou at Lv. 27

172: Pichu (H155) (S103)
 R - Breed Pikachu
 S - Breed Pikachu
FR - Breed Pikachu
LG - Breed Pikachu
 E - Breed Pikachu
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 30% in Trophy Garden in Morning
 P - 30% in Trophy Garden in Morning

173: Cleffa (S099)
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Breed Clefairy
LG - Breed Clefairy
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 20% in Mt. Coronet Rt 207 entrance & Rt 211 entrance
 P - 20% in Mt. Coronet Rt 207 entrance & Rt 211 entrance

174: Igglybuff (H137)
 R - Breed Jigglypuff
 S - Breed Jigglypuff
FR - Breed Jigglypuff
LG - Breed Jigglypuff
 E - Breed Jigglypuff
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Breed Jigglypuff
 P - Breed Jigglypuff

175: Togepi
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Five Island northwest, get egg from old man
LG - Five Island northwest, get egg from old man
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Given by Hordel in Outskirt Stand
 D - 12% on Route 230 (Pokeradar)
 P - 12% on Route 230 (Pokeradar)

176: Togetic
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Evolve Togepi by Happiness
LG - Evolve Togepi by Happiness
 E - TRADE
 C - Cipher Peon Grunt Fake
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Togepi by Happiness
 P - Evolve Togepi by Happiness

177: Natu (H162)
 R - 15% in Safari Zone Acro Bike Area
 S - 15% in Safari Zone Acro Bike Area
FR - 25% in Ruin Valley
LG - 25% in Ruin Valley
 E - 15% in Safari Zone Acro Bike Area
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Peon Eloin in Phenac City
 D - 40% on Route 224 during Swarm 
 P - 40% on Route 224 during Swarm 

178: Xatu (H163)
 R - 5% in Safari Zone Acro Bike Area or Evolve Natu at Lv. 25
 S - 5% in Safari Zone Acro Bike Area or Evolve Natu at Lv. 25
FR - Evolve Natu at Lv. 25
LG - Evolve Natu at Lv. 25
 E - 5% in Safari Zone Acro Bike Area or Evolve Natu at Lv. 25
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Natu at Lv. 25
 P - Evolve Natu at Lv. 25

179: Mareep
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 30% in Safari Zone Extension Area south
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Peon Yellosix in Cipher Lab
 D - 12% at Valley Windworks (Pokeradar)
 P - 12% at Valley Windworks (Pokeradar)

180: Flaaffy
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Mareep at Lv. 15
 C - St. Performer Diogo
XD - NO
 D - 12% on Route 222 (Pokeradar) or Evolve Mareep at Lv. 15
 P - 12% on Route 222 (Pokeradar) or Evolve Mareep at Lv. 15

181: Ampharos
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Flaaffy at Lv. 30
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Flaaffy at Lv. 30
 P - Evolve Flaaffy at Lv. 30

182: Bellossom (H091)
 R - Evolve Gloom with Sun Stone
 S - Evolve Gloom with Sun Stone
FR - Evolve Gloom with Sun Stone
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Gloom with Sun Stone
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Gloom with Sun Stone
 P - Evolve Gloom with Sun Stone

183: Marill (H055) (S125)
 R - 100% Surf in Petalburg City, 15% on Route 120
 S - 100% Surf in Petalburg City, 15% on Route 120
FR - TRADE
LG - 100% Surf in Ruin Valley
 E - 100% Surf in Petalburg City, 25% on Route 112
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 30% Surf in all areas of Great Marsh
 P - 30% Surf in all areas of Great Marsh

184: Azumarill (H056) (S126)
 R - Evolve Marill at Lv. 18
 S - Evolve Marill at Lv. 18
FR - TRADE
LG - Evolve Marill at Lv. 18
 E - Evolve Marill at Lv. 18
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Marill at Lv. 18
 P - Evolve Marill at Lv. 18

185: Sudowoodo (S093)
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Only One. Southeast corner of Battle Frontier
 C - Cipher Admin Miror B
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Bonsly by knowing Mimic (Knowledge)
 P - 15% on Route 214

186: Politoed
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Evolve Poliwhirl by Trading with King's Rock
LG - Evolve Poliwhirl by Trading with King's Rock
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Poliwhirl by Trading with King's Rock
 P - Evolve Poliwhirl by Trading with King's Rock

187: Hoppip
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 100% in Memorial Pillar
LG - 100% in Memorial Pillar
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Oasis Pokespot
 D - 12% on Route 205 South (Pokeradar)
 P - 12% on Route 205 South (Pokeradar)

188: Skiploom
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Evolve Hoppip at Lv. 18
LG - Evolve Hoppip at Lv. 18
 E - TRADE
 C - Rider Leba
XD - NO
 D - 2% on Route 205 (Pokeradar) or Evolve Hoppip at Lv. 18
 P - 2% at Fuego Ironworks (Pokeradar) or Evolve Hoppip at Lv. 18

189: Jumpluff
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Evolve Skiploom at Lv. 27
LG - Evolve Skiploom at Lv. 27
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Skiploom at Lv. 27
 P - Evolve Skiploom at Lv. 27

190: Aipom (S063)
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 30% in Safari Zone Extension north
 C - Cipher Peon Cole
XD - NO
 D - Honey Trees Groups 1 & 2
 P - Honey Trees Groups 1 & 2

191: Sunkern
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 30% in Safari Zone Extension south
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 12% on Route 204 North (Pokeradar)
 P - 12% on Route 204 North (Pokeradar)

192: Sunflora
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Sunkern with Sun Stone
 C - Cipher Peon Baila
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Sunkern with Sun Stone
 P - Evolve Sunkern with Sun Stone

193: Yanma
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 10% in Ruin Valley
LG - 10% in Ruin Valley
 E - TRADE
 C - Cipher Peon Nore
XD - NO
 D - 3% when found in Great Marsh
 P - 3% when found in Great Marsh

194: Wooper (S117)
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 100% Surf in Ruin Valley
LG - TRADE
 E - 60% Surf in Safari Zone Extension Area
 C - NO
XD - Cave Pokespot
 D - 90% Surf on Route 212 Pastoria City side
 P - 90% Surf on Route 212 Pastoria City side

195: Quagsire (S118)
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Evolve Wooper at Lv. 20
LG - TRADE
 E - 1% Surf in Safari Zone Extension South or Evolve Wooper at Lv. 20
 C - Bandana Guy Divel
XD - NO
 D - 10% Surf on Route 212 Pastoria City side or Evolve Wooper at Lv. 20
 P - 10% Surf on Route 212 Pastoria City side or Evolve Wooper at Lv. 20

196: Espeon
 R - Trade Eevee from FR/LG, Evolve by Happiness in PM hours
 S - Trade Eevee from FR/LG, Evolve by Happiness in PM hours
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Trade Eevee from FR/LG, Evolve by Happiness in PM hours
 C - Starter
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Eevee by Happiness in Daytime
 P - Evolve Eevee by Happiness in Daytime

197: Umbreon
 R - Trade Eevee from FR/LG, Evolve by Happiness in AM hours
 S - Trade Eevee from FR/LG, Evolve by Happiness in AM hours
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Trade Eevee from FR/LG, Evolve by Happiness in AM hours
 C - Starter
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Eevee by Happiness at Night
 P - Evolve Eevee by Happiness at Night

198: Murkrow (S074)
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 5% in Lost Cave Entrance Area, 20% from entrance go Right, Down
LG - TRADE
 E - TRADE
 C - Cipher Peon Lare
XD - NO
 D - 20% in Eterna Forest or Lost Tower at Night
 P - TRADE

199: Slowking
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - Evolve Slowpoke by Trading with King's Rock
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - TRADE
 P - Evolve Slowpoke by Trading with King's Rock

200: Misdreavus (S072)
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - 5% in Lost Cave Entrance Area, 20% from entrance go Right, Down
 E - TRADE
 C - Rider Vant
XD - NO
 D - TRADE
 P - 20% in Eterna Forest or Lost Tower at Night

201: Unown (S114)
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 100% in all Chambers of Tanoby Ruins (28 Unown)
LG - 100% in all Chambers of Tanoby Ruins (28 Unown)
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 100% in all areas of Solaceon Ruins (28 Unown)
 P - 100% in all areas of Solaceon Ruins (28 Unown)

202: Wobbuffet (H161)
 R - 10% in Safari Zone Entrance & West or Evolve Wynaut at Lv. 15
 S - 10% in Safari Zone Entrance & West or Evolve Wynaut at Lv. 15
FR - 5% in Ruin Valley
LG - 5% in Ruin Valley
 E - 10% in Safari Zone Entrance & West or Evolve Wynaut at Lv. 15
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 12% at Lake Acuity, Lake Valor, or Lake Verity (Pokeradar)
 P - 12% at Lake Acuity, Lake Valor, or Lake Verity (Pokeradar)

203: Girafarig (H164) (S121)
 R - 20% in Safari Zone West Area & Entrance Area
 S - 20% in Safari Zone West Area & Entrance Area
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 20% in Safari Zone West Area & Entrance Area
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 30% at Valor Lakefront
 P - 30% at Valor Lakefront

204: Pineco
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 5% in Safari Zone Extension Area north
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Peon Gonrag in Phenac City
 D - 8% in Eterna Forest or Routes 203, 204, 210, 229 (E Inserted)
 P - 8% in Eterna Forest or Routes 203, 204, 210, 229 (E Inserted)

205: Forretress
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Pineco at Lv. 31
 C - Cipher Peon Vana
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Pineco at Lv. 31
 P - Evolve Pineco at Lv. 31

206: Dunsparce
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 100% in Three Isle Port
LG - 100% in Three Isle Port
 E - TRADE
 C - Rider Sosh
XD - NO
 D - 40% on Route 208 during Swarm
 P - 40% on Route 208 during Swarm

207: Gligar
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 5% in Safari Zone Extension Area south
 C - Hunter Frena
XD - Rock Pokespot
 D - 8% on Stark Mountain or Routes 206, 207, 214, 215, 227 (E Instered)
 P - 8% on Stark Mountain or Routes 206, 207, 214, 215, 227 (E Instered)

208: Steelix (S035)
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Evolve Onix by Trading with Metal Coat
LG - Evolve Onix by Trading with Metal Coat
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 20% in Snowpoint Temple B4 & B5 or Evolve Onix by Trading with Metal Coat
 P - 20% in Snowpoint Temple B4 & B5 or Evolve Onix by Trading with Metal Coat

209: Snubbull
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 5% in Safari Zone Extension Area south
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 40% on Route 209 during Swarm
 P - 40% on Route 209 during Swarm

210: Granbull
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Snubbull at Lv. 23
 C - Cipher Peon Tanie
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Snubbull at Lv. 23
 P - Evolve Snubbull at Lv. 23

211: Qwilfish
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 40% Fish with Super Rod in Five Isle Meadow
LG - TRADE
 E - TRADE
 C - Hunter Doken
XD - NO
 D - 5% Fish with Super Rod on Iron Island
 P - 5% Fish with Super Rod on Iron Island

212: Scizor
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Evolve Scyther by Trading with Metal Coat
LG - TRADE
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Scyther by Trading with Metal Coat
 P - TRADE

213: Shuckle
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 100% Rock Smash in Safari Zone Extension Area
 C - Deep King Agnol
XD - Trade Surskit to Duking in Pyrite Town
 D - 8% on Route 224 (E Inserted)
 P - 8% on Route 224 (E Inserted)

214: Heracross (H168) (S062)
 R - 5% in Safari Zone Acro Bike Area
 S - 5% in Safari Zone Acro Bike Area
FR - 20% in Pattern Bush
LG - 20% in Pattern Bush
 E - 5% in Safari Zone Acro Bike Area
 C - Cipher Peon Dioge
XD - NO
 D - Honey Trees Group 2
 P - Honey Trees Group 2

215: Sneasel (S145)
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - 5% in Icefall Cave B1
 E - TRADE
 C - Rider Nelis
XD - NO
 D - 35% in Snowpoint Temple
 P - 35% in Snowpoint Temple

216: Teddiursa
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 30% in Safari Zone Extension Area north
 C - NO
XD - Spy Naps in Pokemon HQ Lab
 D - 8% at Acuity Lakefront or Route 211 (E Inserted)
 P - 8% at Acuity Lakefront or Route 211 (E Inserted)

217: Ursaring
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve from Teddiursa at Lv. 30
 C - Snagem Grunt Agrev
XD - NO
 D - 8% at Lake Acuity or Routes 216, 217 (E Inserted)
 P - 8% at Lake Acuity or Routes 216, 217 (E Inserted)

218: Slugma (H103)
 R - 10% in Fiery Path
 S - 10% in Fiery Path
FR - 100% in Mt. Ember B3
LG - 100% in Mt. Ember B3
 E - 25% on Route 113
 C - Roller Boy Lon
XD - NO
 D - 5% inside Stark Mountain
 P - 5% inside Stark Mountain

219: Magcargo (H104)
 R - Evolve Slugma at Lv. 38
 S - Evolve Slugma at Lv. 38
FR - 10% Rock Smash in Mt. Ember Cave B3 or Evolve Slugma at Lv. 38
LG - 10% Rock Smash in Mt. Ember Cave B3 or Evolve Slugma at Lv. 38
 E - Evolve Slugma at Lv. 38
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Peon Kolest in Citadark Isle
 D - 30% inside Stark Mountain or Evolve Slugma at Lv. 38
 P - 30% inside Stark Mountain or Evolve Slugma at Lv. 38

220: Swinub
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 50% in Icefall Cave B1
LG - 50% in Icefall Cave B1
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Peon Greck in Phenac City
 D - 40% on Route 217 during Swarm
 P - 40% on Route 217 during Swarm

221: Pilowswine
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Evolve Swinub at Lv. 33
LG - Evolve Swinub at Lv. 33
 E - TRADE
 C - Bodybuilder Lonia
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Swinub at Lv. 33
 P - Evolve Swinub at Lv. 33

222: Corsola (H180)
 R - 15% Fish with Super Rod on Route 128, Ever Grande City
 S - 15% Fish with Super Rod on Route 128, Ever Grande City
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 15% Fish with Super Rod on Route 128, Ever Grande City
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 40% on Route 230 during Swarm
 P - 40% on Route 230 during Swarm

223: Remoraid (S132)
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - 40% Fish with Super Rod in Five Isle Meadow
 E - 59% Fish with Super Rod in Safari Zone Extension Area
 C - Miror B Peon Reath
XD - NO
 D - 35% Fish with Good Rod in Pastoria City
 P - 35% Fish with Good Rod in Pastoria City

224: Octillery (S133)
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - Evolve Remoraid at Lv. 25
 E - 1% Fish w/ Super Rod in Safari Zone Extension or Evolve Remoraid at Lv. 25
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 35% Fish with Super Rod in Pastoria City or Evolve Remoraid at Lv. 25
 P - 35% Fish with Super Rod in Pastoria City or Evolve Remoraid at Lv. 25

225: Delibird
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 5% in Icefall Cave B1
LG - TRADE
 E - TRADE
 C - Cipher Peon Arton
XD - NO
 D - 40% on Route 216 during Swarm
 P - 40% on Route 216 during Swarm

226: Mantine (S141)
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - 5% Surf around Tanoby Ruins
 E - TRADE
 C - Miror B Peon Ferma
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Mantyke by leveling while Remoraid is in your party
 P - Evolve Mantyke by leveling while Remoraid is in your party

227: Skarmory (H115)
 R - 5% on Route 113
 S - 5% on Route 113
FR - 5% in Sevault Canyon
LG - TRADE
 E - 5% on Route 113
 C - Snagem Head Gonzap
XD - NO
 D - 5% on Route 227 and Stark Mountain
 P - 5% on Route 227 and Stark Mountain

228: Houndour
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 5% in Safari Zone Extension Area north
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Peon Resix in Cipher Lab
 D - TRADE
 P - Breed Houndoom

229: Houndoom
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Houndour at Lv. 24
 C - Cipher Peon Nella
XD - NO
 D - TRADE
 P - 12% on Routes 214 & 215 (Pokeradar)

230: Kingdra (H186)
 R - Evolve Seadra by Trading with DragonScale
 S - Evolve Seadra by Trading with DragonScale
FR - Evolve Seadra by Trading with DragonScale
LG - Evolve Seadra by Trading with DragonScale
 E - Evolve Seadra by Trading with DragonScale
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Seadra by Trading with DragonScale
 P - Evolve Seadra by Trading with DragonScale

231: Phanpy (H165)
 R - 30% in Safari Zone Acro Bike Area
 S - 30% in Safari Zone Acro Bike Area
FR - 20% in Sevault Canyon
LG - 20% in Sevault Canyon
 E - 30% in Safari Zone Acro Bike Area
 C - NO
XD - Oasis Pokespot
 D - 40% on Route 207 during Swarm
 P - 40% on Route 207 during Swarm

232: Donphan (H166)
 R - Evolve Phanpy at Lv. 25
 S - Evolve Phanpy at Lv. 25
FR - Evolve Phanpy at Lv. 25
LG - Evolve Phanpy at Lv. 25
 E - Evolve Phanpy at Lv. 25
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Phanpy at Lv. 25
 P - Evolve Phanpy at Lv. 25

233: Porygon2
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Evolve Porygon by Trading with Up-Grade
LG - Evolve Porygon by Trading with Up-Grade
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Porygon by Trading with Up-Grade
 P - Evolve Porygon by Trading with Up-Grade

234: Stantler
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 5% in Safari Zone Extension Area south
 C - Chaser Liaks
XD - NO
 D - TRADE
 P - 12% on Route 207 (Pokeradar)

235: Smeargle
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 100% in Artisan's Cave
 C - Snagem Grunt Biden
XD - NO
 D - 12% on Route 212 Hearthome City side (Pokeradar)
 P - 12% on Route 212 Hearthome City side (Pokeradar)

236: Tyrogue
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Breed Hitmonlee or Hitmonchan
LG - Breed Hitmonlee or Hitmonchan
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 12% on Route 208 or 211 Eterna City side (Pokeradar)
 P - 12% on Route 208 or 211 Eterna City side (Pokeradar)

237: Hitmontop
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Evolve Tyrogue at Lv. 20 when Atk = Def (Tyrogue Evo)
LG - Evolve Tyrogue at Lv. 20 when Atk = Def (Tyrogue Evo)
 E - TRADE
 C - Cipher Peon Skrub
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Tyrogue at Lv. 20 when Atk = Def (Tyrogue Evo)
 P - Evolve Tyrogue at Lv. 20 when Atk = Def (Tyrogue Evo)

238: Smoochum
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Breed Jynx
LG - Breed Jynx
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 40% at Lake Acuity during Swarm
 P - 40% at Lake Acuity during Swarm

239: Elekid
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Breed Electabuzz
LG - TRADE
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Trade Purified Shadow Togepi to Hordel in Outskirt Stand
 D - 8% at Valley Windworks (FR Inserted)
 P - 8% at Valley Windworks (FR Inserted)

240: Magby
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - Breed Magmar
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 8% in and around Stark Mountain & Route 227 (LG Inserted)
 P - 8% in and around Stark Mountain & Route 227 (LG Inserted)

241: Miltank
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 5% in Safari Zone Extension Area north
 C - Bodybuilder Jomas
XD - NO
 D - 2% on Routes 209 & 210 (Pokeradar)
 P - 10% on Routes 209 & 210 (Pokeradar)

242: Blissey (S098)
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Evolve Chansey by Happiness after getting National Dex
LG - Evolve Chansey by Happiness after getting National Dex
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Chansey by Happiness
 P - Evolve Chansey by Happiness

243: Raikou
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Random after choosing Squirtle and becoming Champion (Gerbils)
LG - Random after choosing Squirtle and becoming Champion (Gerbils)
 E - TRADE
 C - Cipher Admin Ein
XD - NO
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

244: Entei
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Random after choosing Bulbasaur and becoming Champion (Gerbils)
LG - Random after choosing Bulbasaur and becoming Champion (Gerbils)
 E - TRADE
 C - Cipher Admin Dakim
XD - NO
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

245: Suicune
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Random after choosing Charmander and becoming Champion (Gerbils)
LG - Random after choosing Charmander and becoming Champion (Gerbils)
 E - TRADE
 C - Cipher Admin Venus
XD - NO
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

246: Larvitar
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - 5% in Sevault Canyon
LG - 5% in Sevault Canyon
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Trade Wooper to Duking in Pyrite Town
 D - 12% on Route 207 (Pokeradar)
 P - TRADE

247: Pupitar
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Evolve Larvitar at Lv. 30
LG - Evolve Larvitar at Lv. 30
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Larvitar at Lv. 30
 P - TRADE

248: Tyranitar
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Evolve Pupitar at Lv. 55
LG - Evolve Pupitar at Lv. 55
 E - TRADE
 C - Cipher Peon Evice
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Larvitar at Lv. 30
 P - TRADE

249: Lugia
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Nintendo Event Only. Only one. (Lugia Section)
LG - Nintendo Event Only. Only one. (Lugia Section)
 E - Nintendo Event Only. Only one. (Lugia Section)
 C - NO
XD - Master Greevil in Citadark Isle (Lugia Section)
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

250: Ho-oh
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Nintendo Event Only. Only one. (Ho-oh Section)
LG - Nintendo Event Only. Only one. (Ho-oh Section)
 E - Nintendo Event Only. Only one. (Ho-oh Section)
 C - Beat Mt. Battle in Colosseum Mode (Ho-oh Section)
XD - NO
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

251: Celebi
 R - Nintendo Event Only. (Celebi Section)
 S - Nintendo Event Only. (Celebi Section)
FR - Nintendo Event Only. (Celebi Section)
LG - Nintendo Event Only. (Celebi Section)
 E - Nintendo Event Only. (Celebi Section)
 C - Japanese Bonus Disk  (Celebi Section)
XD - NO
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

252: Treecko (H001)
 R - Choose at beginning (Hoenn Starters)
 S - Choose at beginning (Hoenn Starters)
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Choose at beginning (Hoenn Starters)
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

253: Grovyle (H002)
 R - Evolve Treecko at Lv. 16
 S - Evolve Treecko at Lv. 16
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Treecko at Lv. 16
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

254: Sceptile (H003)
 R - Evolve Grovyle at Lv. 36
 S - Evolve Grovyle at Lv. 36
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Grovyle at Lv. 36
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

255: Torchic (H004)
 R - Choose at beginning (Hoenn Starters)
 S - Choose at beginning (Hoenn Starters)
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Choose at beginning (Hoenn Starters)
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

256: Combusken (H005)
 R - Evolve Torchic at Lv. 16
 S - Evolve Torchic at Lv. 16
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Torchic at Lv. 16
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

257: Blaziken (H006)
 R - Evolve Combusken at Lv. 36
 S - Evolve Combusken at Lv. 36
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Combusken at Lv. 36
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

258: Mudkip (H007)
 R - Choose at beginning (Hoenn Starters)
 S - Choose at beginning (Hoenn Starters)
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Choose at beginning (Hoenn Starters)
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

259: Marshtomp (H008)
 R - Evolve Mudkip at Lv. 16
 S - Evolve Mudkip at Lv. 16
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Mudkip at Lv. 16
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

260: Swampert (H009)
 R - Evolve Marshtomp at Lv. 36
 S - Evolve Marshtomp at Lv. 36
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Marshtomp at Lv. 36
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

261: Poochyena (H010)
 R - 30% on Route 103
 S - 30% on Route 103
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 60% on Route 103
 C - NO
XD - Bodybuilder Kilen in Gateon Port
 D - Breed Mightyena
 P - TRADE

262: Mightyena (H011)
 R - Evolve Poochyena at Lv. 18
 S - Evolve Poochyena at Lv. 18
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 30% on Route 120 or Evolve Poochyena at Lv. 18
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 12% on Routes 214 & 215 (Pokeradar)
 P - TRADE

263: Zigzagoon (H012)
 R - 60% on Route 103
 S - 60% on Route 103
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 30% on Routes 118, 119
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 40% on Route 202 during Swarm
 P - 40% on Route 202 during Swarm

264: Linoone (H013)
 R - 30% on Route 119 & 120 or Evolve Zigzagoon at Lv. 20
 S - 30% on Route 119 & 120 or Evolve Zigzagoon at Lv. 20
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 30% on Route 119 or Evolve Zigzagoon at Lv. 20
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Zigzagoon at Lv. 20
 P - Evolve Zigzagoon at Lv. 20

265: Wurmple (H014) (S048)
 R - 45% on Route 101
 S - 45% on Route 101
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 45% on Route 101
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 30% in Eterna Forest
 P - 30% in Eterna Forest

266: Silcoon (H015) (S049)
 R - 10% in Petalburg Woods or Evolve Wurmple at Lv. 7 (Wurmple Section)
 S - 10% in Petalburg Woods or Evolve Wurmple at Lv. 7 (Wurmple Section)
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 10% in Petalburg Woods or Evolve Wurmple at Lv. 7 (Wurmple Section)
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 20% in Eterna Forest or Evolve Wurmple at Lv. 7 (Wurmple Section)
 P - Evolve Wurmple at Lv. 7 (Wurmple Section)

267: Beautifly (H016) (S050)
 R - Evolve Silcoon at Lv. 10
 S - Evolve Silcoon at Lv. 10
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Silcoon at Lv. 10
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 10% on Route 230 or Evolve Silcoon at Lv. 10
 P - 5% on Route 224 or Evolve Silcoon at Lv. 10

268: Cascoon (H017) (S051)
 R - 10% in Petalburg Woods or Evolve Wurmple at Lv. 7 (Wurmple Section)
 S - 10% in Petalburg Woods or Evolve Wurmple at Lv. 7 (Wurmple Section)
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 10% in Petalburg Woods or Evolve Wurmple at Lv. 7 (Wurmple Section)
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Wurmple at Lv. 7 (Wurmple Section)
 P - 20% in Eterna Forest or Evolve Wurmple at Lv. 7 (Wurmple Section)

269: Dustox (H018) (S052)
 R - Evolve Cascoon at Lv. 10
 S - Evolve Cascoon at Lv. 10
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Cascoon at Lv. 10
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Cascoon at Lv. 10
 P - 10% on Route 230 or Evolve Cascoon at Lv. 10

270: Lotad (H019)
 R - TRADE
 S - 30% on Route 114
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 30% on Route 114
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 8% on Routes 203 & 204 (S Inserted)
 P - 8% on Routes 203 & 204 (S Inserted)

271: Lombre (H020)
 R - TRADE
 S - 10% on Route 114 or Evolve Lotad at Lv. 14
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 20% on Route 114 or Evolve Lotad at Lv. 14
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 8% on Route 229 (S Inserted) or Evolve Lotad at Lv. 14
 P - 8% on Route 229 (S Inserted) or Evolve Lotad at Lv. 14

272: Ludicolo (H021)
 R - TRADE
 S - Evolve Lombre with Water Stone
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Lombre with Water Stone
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Lombre with Water Stone
 P - Evolve Lombre with Water Stone

273: Seedot (H022)
 R - 30% on Route 114
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 1% on Routes 102, 117, 120
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Peon Greesix in Cipher Lab
 D - 8% on Routes 203 & 204 (R Inserted)
 P - 8% on Routes 203 & 204 (R Inserted)

274: Nuzleaf (H023)
 R - 10% on Route 114 or Evolve Seedot at Lv. 14
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 1% on Route 114 or Evolve Seedot at Lv. 14
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 8% on Route 229 (R Inserted) or Evolve Seedot at Lv. 14
 P - 8% on Route 229 (R Inserted) or Evolve Seedot at Lv. 14

275: Shiftry (H024)
 R - Evolve Nuzleaf with Leaf Stone
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Nuzleaf with Leaf Stone
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Nuzleaf with Leaf Stone
 P - Evolve Nuzleaf with Leaf Stone

276: Taillow (H025)
 R - 40% on Route 115
 S - 40% on Route 115
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 40% on Route 115
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Breed Swellow
 P - Breed Swellow

277: Swellow (H026)
 R - 10% on Route 115 or Evolve Taillow at Lv. 22
 S - 10% on Route 115 or Evolve Taillow at Lv. 22
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 10% on Route 115 or Evolve Taillow at Lv. 22
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Admin Ardos in Citadark Isle
 D - 12% on Route 213 (Pokeradar)
 P - 12% on Route 213 (Pokeradar)

278: Wingull (H027) (S119)
 R - 19% on Route 118
 S - 19% on Route 118
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 20% on Route 103
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 70% Surf on Route 229
 P - 70% Surf on Route 229

279: Pelipper (H028) (S120)
 R - 5% Surf in Lilycove City or Evolve Wingull at Lv. 25
 S - 5% Surf in Lilycove City or Evolve Wingull at Lv. 25
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 5% Surf in Lilycove City or Evolve Wingull at Lv. 25
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 65% Surf on Route 224 or Evolve Wingull at Lv. 25
 P - 65% Surf on Route 224 or Evolve Wingull at Lv. 25

280: Ralts (H029)
 R - 4% on Route 102
 S - 4% on Route 102
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 4% on Route 102
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Peon Feldas in Pyrite Town
 D - 11% on Route 203 & 204 South (Pokeradar)
 P - 11% on Route 203 & 204 South (Pokeradar)

281: Kirlia (H030)
 R - Evolve Ralts at Lv. 20
 S - Evolve Ralts at Lv. 20
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Ralts at Lv. 20
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 1% on Route 203 & 204 South (Pokeradar) or Evolve Ralts at Lv. 20
 P - 1% on Route 203 & 204 South (Pokeradar) or Evolve Ralts at Lv. 20

282: Gardevoir (H031)
 R - Evolve Kirlia at Lv. 30
 S - Evolve Kirlia at Lv. 30
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Kirlia at Lv. 30
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Kirlia at Lv. 30
 P - Evolve Kirlia at Lv. 30

283: Surskit (H032)
 R - 1% on Routes 102, 114, 117, 120
 S - 1% on Routes 102, 114, 117, 120
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Oasis Pokespot
 D - 40% at Lake Verity during Swarm
 P - 40% at Lake Verity during Swarm

284: Masquerain (H033)
 R - Evolve Surskit at Lv. 22
 S - Evolve Surskit at Lv. 22
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Surskit at Lv. 22
 P - Evolve Surskit at Lv. 22

285: Shroomish (H034)
 R - 15% in Petalburg Woods
 S - 15% in Petalburg Woods
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 15% in Petalburg Woods
 C - NO
XD - Cipher R&D Klots in Cipher Lab
 D - 3% when found in Great Marsh
 P - 3% when found in Great Marsh

286: Breloom (H035)
 R - Evolve Shroomish at Lv. 23
 S - Evolve Shroomish at Lv. 23
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Shroomish at Lv. 23
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Shroomish at Lv. 23
 P - Evolve Shroomish at Lv. 23

287: Slakoth (H036)
 R - 5% in Petalburg Woods
 S - 5% in Petalburg Woods
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 5% in Petalburg Woods
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 40% in Eterna Forest during Swarm
 P - 40% in Eterna Forest during Swarm

288: Vigoroth (H037)
 R - Evolve Slakoth at Lv. 18
 S - Evolve Slakoth at Lv. 18
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Slakoth at Lv. 18
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Slakoth at Lv. 18
 P - Evolve Slakoth at Lv. 18

289: Slaking (H038)
 R - Evolve Vigoroth at Lv. 36
 S - Evolve Vigoroth at Lv. 36
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Vigoroth at Lv. 36
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Vigoroth at Lv. 36
 P - Evolve Vigoroth at Lv. 36

290: Nincada (H042)
 R - 20% on Route 116
 S - 20% on Route 116
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 20% on Route 116
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 12% in Eterna Forest (Pokeradar)
 P - 12% in Eterna Forest (Pokeradar)

291: Ninjask (H043)
 R - Evolve Nincada at Lv. 20
 S - Evolve Nincada at Lv. 20
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Nincada at Lv. 20
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Nincada at Lv. 20
 P - Evolve Nincada at Lv. 20

292: Shedinja (H044)
 R - Evolve Nincada at Lv. 20 with less than 6 Pokemon in your party
 S - Evolve Nincada at Lv. 20 with less than 6 Pokemon in your party
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Nincada at Lv. 20 with less than 6 Pokemon in your party
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Nincada at Lv. 20 with less than 6 Pokemon in your party
 P - Evolve Nincada at Lv. 20 with less than 6 Pokemon in your party

293: Whismur (H045)
 R - 100% in Rusturf Tunnel
 S - 100% in Rusturf Tunnel
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 100% in Rusturf Tunnel
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Breed Loudred
 P - Breed Loudred

294: Loudred (H046)
 R - 10% in Victory Road 1F or Evolve Whismur at Lv. 20
 S - 10% in Victory Road 1F or Evolve Whismur at Lv. 20
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 16% in Desert Underpass or Evolve Whismur at Lv. 20
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 12% in Snowy areas of Mt. Coronet (Pokeradar)
 P - 12% in Snowy areas of Mt. Coronet (Pokeradar)

295: Exploud (H047)
 R - Evolve Loudred at Lv. 40
 S - Evolve Loudred at Lv. 40
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Loudred at Lv. 40
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Loudred at Lv. 40
 P - Evolve Loudred at Lv. 40

296: Makuhita (H048)
 R - 50% in Granite Cave
 S - 50% in Granite Cave
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 50% in Granite Cave
 C - Miror B Peon Trudly
XD - Cipher Peon Torkin in Pyrite Town
 D - 40% on Route 225 during Swarm
 P - 40% on Route 225 during Swarm

297: Hariyama (H049)
 R - 35% in Victory Road B1 or Evolve Makuhita at Lv. 24
 S - 35% in Victory Road B1 or Evolve Makuhita at Lv. 24
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 35% in Victory Road B1 or Evolve Makuhita at Lv. 24
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Makuhita at Lv. 24
 P - Evolve Makuhita at Lv. 24

298: Azurill (H054) (S124)
 R - Breed Marill or Azumarill while holding a Sea Incense
 S - Breed Marill or Azumarill while holding a Sea Incense
FR - TRADE
LG - Breed Marill or Azumarill while holding a Sea Incense
 E - Breed Marill or Azumarill while holding a Sea Incense
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 5% in Great Marsh Area 5
 P - 5% in Great Marsh Area 5

299: Nosepass (H060)
 R - 30% Rock Smash in Granite Cave B2
 S - 30% Rock Smash in Granite Cave B2
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 30% Rock Smash in Granite Cave B2
 C - NO
XD - Wanderer Miror B.
 D - 40% on Route 206 during Swarm
 P - 40% on Route 206 during Swarm

300: Skitty (H061)
 R - 2% on Route 116
 S - 2% on Route 116
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 2% on Route 116
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 40% on Route 222 during Swarm
 P - 40% on Route 222 during Swarm

301: Delcatty (H062)
 R - Evolve Skitty with Moon Stone
 S - Evolve Skitty with Moon Stone
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Skitty with Moon Stone
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Admin Lovrina in Cipher Lab
 D - Evolve Skitty with Moon Stone
 P - Evolve Skitty with Moon Stone

302: Sableye (H068)
 R - TRADE
 S - 35% in Victory Road B2, 20% in Granite Cave B2
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 35% in Victory Road B2, 20% in Granite Cave B2
 C - NO
XD - Navigator Abson in Citadark isle
 D - 8% in Iron Island (S Inserted)
 P - 8% in Iron Island (S Inserted)

303: Mawile (H069)
 R - 35% in Victory Road B2, 20% in Granite Cave B2
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 5% in Victory Road B1 & B2
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Cmdr Exol in Pyrite Town
 D - 8% in Iron Island (R Inserted)
 P - 8% in Iron Island (R Inserted)

304: Aron (H070)
 R - 40% in Granite Cave
 S - 40% in Granite Cave
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 40% in Granite Cave
 C - NO
XD - Cave Pokespot
 D - 12% at Fuego Ironworks (Pokeradar)
 P - TRADE

305: Lairon (H071)
 R - 15% in Victory Road B1/B2 or Evolve Aron at Lv. 32
 S - 15% in Victory Road B1/B2 or Evolve Aron at Lv. 32
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 25% in Victory Road B1/B2 or Evolve Aron at Lv. 32
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Aron at Lv. 32
 P - TRADE

306: Aggron (H072)
 R - Evolve Lairon at Lv. 42
 S - Evolve Lairon at Lv. 42
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Lairon at Lv. 42
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Lairon at Lv. 42
 P - TRADE

307: Meditite (H076) (S086)
 R - 30% in grass outside Mt. Pyre
 S - 30% in grass outside Mt. Pyre
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - TRADE
 C - Rider Twan
XD - Trade Trapinch to Duking in Pyrite Town
 D - 35% on Route 211
 P - 35% on Route 211

308: Medicham (H077) (S087)
 R - 15% in Victory Road B2 or Evolve Meditite at Lv. 37
 S - 15% in Victory Road B2 or Evolve Meditite at Lv. 37
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 20% at Acuity Lakefront or Evolve Meditite at Lv. 37
 P - 20% at Acuity Lakefront or Evolve Meditite at Lv. 37

309: Electrike (H078)
 R - 30% on Routes 110, 118
 S - 30% on Routes 110, 118
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 30% on Routes 110, 118
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 40% at Valley Windworks during Swarm
 P - 40% at Valley Windworks during Swarm

310: Manectric (H079)
 R - 10% on Route 118 or Evolve Electrike at Lv. 26
 S - 10% on Route 118 or Evolve Electrike at Lv. 26
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 10% on Route 118 or Evolve Electrike at Lv. 26
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Admin Eldes in Citadark Isle
 D - Evolve Electrike at Lv. 26
 P - Evolve Electrike at Lv. 26

311: Plusle (H080)
 R - 2% on Route 110
 S - 15% on Route 110
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 2% on Route 110
 C - Given by Duking in Pyrite Town
XD - NO
 D - 5% when found in Trophy Garden
 P - 5% when found in Trophy Garden

312: Minun (H081)
 R - 15% on Route 110
 S - 2% on Route 110
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 15% on Route 110
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 5% when found in Trophy Garden
 P - 5% when found in Trophy Garden

313: Volbeat (H086)
 R - 1% on Route 117
 S - 18% on Route 117
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 1% on Route 117
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 5% on Route 229
 P - 10% on Route 229

314: Illumise (H087)
 R - 18% on Route 117
 S - 1% on Route 117
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 18% on Route 117
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 10% on Route 229
 P - 5% on Route 229

315: Roselia (H094) (S026)
 R - 30% on Route 117
 S - 30% on Route 117
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Peon Fasin in Phenac City
 D - 30% in Trophy Garden
 P - 30% in Trophy Garden

316: Gulpin (H095)
 R - 15% on Route 110
 S - 15% on Route 110
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 15% on Route 110
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Peon Purpsix in Cipher Lab
 D - 3% when found in Great Marsh
 P - 3% when found in Great Marsh

317: Swalot (H096)
 R - Evolve Gulpin at Lv. 26
 S - Evolve Gulpin at Lv. 26
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Gulpin at Lv. 26
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Gulpin at Lv. 26
 P - Evolve Gulpin at Lv. 26

318: Carvanha (H097)
 R - 100% Fish with Super Rod on Route 119
 S - 100% Fish with Super Rod on Route 119
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 100% Fish with Super Rod on Route 119
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Peon Cabol in Cipher Lab
 D - 35% Fish with Super Rod in all areas of Great Marsh
 P - 35% Fish with Super Rod in all areas of Great Marsh

319: Sharpedo (H098)
 R - 40% Fish with Super Rod in Mossdeep City or Evolve Carvanha at Lv. 30
 S - 40% Fish with Super Rod in Mossdeep City or Evolve Carvanha at Lv. 30
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 40% Fish with Super Rod in Mossdeep City or Evolve Carvanha at Lv. 30
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 5% Fish with Super Rod on Routes 213 & 222 or Evolve Carvanha at Lv. 30
 P - 5% Fish with Super Rod on Routes 213 & 222 or Evolve Carvanha at Lv. 30

320: Wailmer (H099)
 R - 100% Fish with Super Rod in Dewford Town or Slateport City
 S - 100% Fish with Super Rod in Dewford Town or Slateport City
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 100% Fish with Super Rod in Dewford Town or Slateport City
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 30% Fish with Super Rod on Routes 223 & 230
 P - 30% Fish with Super Rod on Routes 223 & 230

321: Wailord (H100)
 R - 1% Surf on Route 129 or Evolve Wailmer at Lv. 40
 S - 1% Surf on Route 129 or Evolve Wailmer at Lv. 40
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 1% Surf on Route 129 or Evolve Wailmer at Lv. 40
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 5% Fish with Super Rod on Routes 223 & 230 or Evolve Wailmer at Lv. 40
 P - 5% Fish with Super Rod on Routes 223 & 230 or Evolve Wailmer at Lv. 40

322: Numel (H101)
 R - 75% on Route 112
 S - 75% on Route 112
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 75% on Route 112
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Peon Solox in Cipher Lab
 D - 5% on Route 227
 P - 5% on Route 227

323: Camerupt (H102)
 R - Evolve Numel at Lv. 33
 S - Evolve Numel at Lv. 33
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Numel at Lv. 33
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 20% on Route 227 or Evolve Numel at Lv. 33
 P - 20% on Route 227 or Evolve Numel at Lv. 33

324: Torkoal (H105)
 R - 18% on Fiery Path
 S - 18% on Fiery Path
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 30% in Magma Hideout, 18% on Fiery Path
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 12% on Route 227 (Pokeradar)
 P - 12% on Route 227 (Pokeradar)

325: Spoink (H110)
 R - 20% on Jagged Pass
 S - 20% on Jagged Pass
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 20% on Jagged Pass
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 40% on Route 214 during Swarm
 P - 40% on Route 214 during Swarm

326: Grumpig (H111)
 R - Evolve Spoink at Lv. 32
 S - Evolve Spoink at Lv. 32
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Spoink at Lv. 32
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Spoink at Lv. 32
 P - Evolve Spoink at Lv. 32

327: Spinda (H114)
 R - 70% on Route 113
 S - 70% on Route 113
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 70% on Route 113
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 40% on Route 227 during Swarm
 P - 40% on Route 227 during Swarm

328: Trapinch (H116)
 R - 35% on Route 111
 S - 35% on Route 111
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 50% in Mirage Tower, 35% on Route 111
 C - NO
XD - Rock Pokespot
 D - 2% on Route 228 (Pokeradar)
 P - 2% on Route 228 (Pokeradar)

329: Vibrava (H117)
 R - Evolve Trapinch at Lv. 35
 S - Evolve Trapinch at Lv. 35
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Trapinch at Lv. 35
 C - Cipher Peon Remil
XD - NO
 D - 10% on Route 228 (Pokeradar) or Evolve Trapinch at Lv. 35
 P - 10% on Route 228 (Pokeradar) or Evolve Trapinch at Lv. 35

330: Flygon (H118)
 R - Evolve Vibrava at Lv. 45
 S - Evolve Vibrava at Lv. 45
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Vibrava at Lv. 45
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Vibrava at Lv. 45
 P - Evolve Vibrava at Lv. 45

331: Cacnea (H119)
 R - 20% on Route 111
 S - 20% on Route 111
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 6% on Route 111
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 5% on Route 228
 P - 5% on Route 228

332: Cacturne (H120)
 R - Evolve Cacnea at Lv. 32
 S - Evolve Cacnea at Lv. 32
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Cacnea at Lv. 32
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 20% on Route 228 or Evolve Cacnea at Lv. 32
 P - 20% on Route 228 or Evolve Cacnea at Lv. 32

333: Swablu (H121)
 R - 40% on Route 114
 S - 40% on Route 114
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 40% on Route 114
 C - Hunter Zalo
XD - NO
 D - 12% on Route 211 Celestic Town side (Pokeradar)
 P - 12% on Route 211 Celestic Town side (Pokeradar)

334: Altaria (H122)
 R - 6% in Sky Pillar 5F or Evolve Swablu at Lv. 35
 S - 6% in Sky Pillar 5F or Evolve Swablu at Lv. 35
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 6% in Sky Pillar 5F or Evolve Swablu at Lv. 35
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Admin Lovrina in Citadark Isle
 D - Evolve Swablu at Lv. 35
 P - Evolve Swablu at Lv. 35

335: Zangoose (H123)
 R - 19% on Route 114
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Thug Zook in Cipher Key Lair
 D - 8% on Route 208 (R Inserted)
 P - 8% on Route 208 (R Inserted)

336: Seviper (H124)
 R - TRADE
 S - 19% on Route 114
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 9% on Route 114
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 8% on Route 208 (S Inserted)
 P - 8% on Route 208 (S Inserted)

337: Lunatone (H125)
 R - TRADE
 S - 35% in Meteor Falls Beyond Waterfall, 20% in Meteor Falls Entrance
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Admin Snattle in Phenac City
 D - 8% on Mt. Coronet 2F-7F (S Inserted)
 P - 8% on Mt. Coronet 2F-7F (S Inserted)

338: Solrock (H126)
 R - 35% in Meteor Falls Beyond Waterfall, 20% in Meteor Falls Entrance
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 35% in Meteor Falls Beyond Waterfall, 20% in Meteor Falls Entrance
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Admin Snattle in Citadark Isle
 D - 8% on Mt. Coronet 2F-7F (R Inserted)
 P - 8% on Mt. Coronet 2F-7F (R Inserted)

339: Barboach (H127) (S080)
 R - 100% Fish with Super Rod on Routes 111 or 120
 S - 100% Fish with Super Rod on Routes 111 or 120
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 100% Fish with Super Rod on Routes 111 or 120
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 35% Fish with Good Rod in Eterna City
 P - 35% Fish with Good Rod in Eterna City

340: Whiscash (H128) (S081)
 R - 20% Fish with Super Rod in Meteor Falls or Evolve Barboach at Lv. 30
 S - 20% Fish with Super Rod in Meteor Falls or Evolve Barboach at Lv. 30
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 20% Fish with Super Rod in Meteor Falls or Evolve Barboach at Lv. 30
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 35% Fish with Super Rod in Eterna City or Evolve Barboach at Lv. 30
 P - 35% Fish with Super Rod in Eterna City or Evolve Barboach at Lv. 30

341: Corphish (H129)
 R - 100% Fish with Super Rod in Petalburg City
 S - 100% Fish with Super Rod in Petalburg City
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 100% Fish with Super Rod in Petalburg City
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 30% Fish with Super Rod in Celestic Town
 P - 30% Fish with Super Rod in Celestic Town

342: Crawdaunt (H130)
 R - Evolve Corphish at Lv. 30
 S - Evolve Corphish at Lv. 30
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Corphish at Lv. 30
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 5% Fish with Super Rod in Celestic Town or Evolve Corphish at Lv. 30
 P - 5% Fish with Super Rod in Celestic Town or Evolve Corphish at Lv. 30

343: Baltoy (H131)
 R - 10% on Route 111
 S - 10% on Route 111
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 24% on Route 111
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Peon Browsix in Cipher Lab
 D - 12% on Route 206 (Pokeradar)
 P - 12% on Route 206 (Pokeradar)

344: Claydol (H132)
 R - 25% in Sky Pillar 1F/3F or Evolve Baltoy at Lv. 36
 S - 25% in Sky Pillar 1F/3F or Evolve Baltoy at Lv. 36
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 25% in Sky Pillar 1F/3F or Evolve Baltoy at Lv. 36
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Baltoy at Lv. 36
 P - Evolve Baltoy at Lv. 36

345: Lileep (H133)
 R - Revive Root Fossil in Rustboro City Devon Corp
 S - Revive Root Fossil in Rustboro City Devon Corp
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Revive Root Fossil in Rustboro City Devon Corp
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Revive Root Fossil in Oreburgh City
 P - Revive Root Fossil in Oreburgh City

346: Cradily (H134)
 R - Evolve Lileep at Lv. 40
 S - Evolve Lileep at Lv. 40
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Lileep at Lv. 40
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Lileep at Lv. 40
 P - Evolve Lileep at Lv. 40

347: Anorith (H135)
 R - Revive Claw Fossil in Rustboro City Devon Corp
 S - Revive Claw Fossil in Rustboro City Devon Corp
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Revive Claw Fossil in Rustboro City Devon Corp
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Revive Claw Fossil in Oreburgh City
 P - Revive Claw Fossil in Oreburgh City

348: Armaldo (H136)
 R - Evolve Anorith at Lv. 40
 S - Evolve Anorith at Lv. 40
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Anorith at Lv. 40
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Anorith at Lv. 40
 P - Evolve Anorith at Lv. 40

349: Feebas (H140) (S138)
 R - Six random tiles on Route 119 (Feebas/Milotic)
 S - Six random tiles on Route 119 (Feebas/Milotic)
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Six random tiles on Route 119 (Feebas/Milotic)
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Four random tiles in Mt. Coronet B1 (Feebas/Milotic)
 P - Four random tiles in Mt. Coronet B1 (Feebas/Milotic)

350: Milotic (H141) (S139)
 R - Evolve Feebas by Beauty (Feebas/Milotic)
 S - Evolve Feebas by Beauty (Feebas/Milotic)
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Feebas by Beauty (Feebas/Milotic)
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Feebas by Beauty (Feebas/Milotic)
 P - Evolve Feebas by Beauty (Feebas/Milotic)

351: Castform (H142)
 R - Given in Weather Institute after defeating Team Magma
 S - Given in Weather Institute after defeating Team Aqua
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Given in Weather Institute after defeating Team Magma/Aqua
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 5% when found in Trophy Garden
 P - 5% when found in Trophy Garden

352: Kecleon (H145)
 R - 1% on Routes 118, 119, 120, 121, 123 (Kecleon Section)
 S - 1% on Routes 118, 119, 120, 121, 123 (Kecleon Section)
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 1% on Routes 118, 119, 120, 121, 123 (Kecleon Section)
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 12% on Route 210 Foggy area (Pokeradar)
 P - TRADE

353: Shuppet (H146)
 R - 13% on Mt. Pyre Summit, 10% in Mt. Pyre 4F, 5F, 6F
 S - 100% in Mt. Pyre 1F
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 100% in Mt. Pyre 1F
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Breed Banette
 P - Breed Banette

354: Banette (H147)
 R - 15% in Sky Pillar 1F/3F/5F or Evolve Shuppet at Lv. 37
 S - 15% in Sky Pillar 1F/3F/5F or Evolve Shuppet at Lv. 37
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 15% in Sky Pillar 1F/3F/5F or Evolve Shuppet at Lv. 37
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 20% on Routes 225 & 226 at Night
 P - 20% on Routes 225 & 226 at Night

355: Duskull (H148)
 R - 100% in Mt. Pyre 1F
 S - 13% on Mt. Pyre Summit, 10% in Mt. Pyre 4F, 5F, 6F
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 13% on Mt. Pyre Summit, 10% in Mt. Pyre 4F, 5F, 6F
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Peon Lobar in Pyrite Town
 D - 2% on Route 224 (Pokeradar)
 P - 2% on Route 224 (Pokeradar)

356: Dusclops (H149)
 R - 15% in Sky Pillar 1F/3F/5F or Evolve Duskull at Lv. 37
 S - 15% in Sky Pillar 1F/3F/5F or Evolve Duskull at Lv. 37
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Duskull at Lv. 37
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 10% on Route 224 or Evolve Duskull at Lv. 37
 P - 10% on Route 224 or Evolve Duskull at Lv. 37

357: Tropius (H150)
 R - 9% on Route 119
 S - 9% on Route 119
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 9% on Route 119
 C - Cipher Peon Ston
XD - NO
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

358: Chimecho (H151) (S083)
 R - 2% on Mt. Pyre Summit
 S - 2% on Mt. Pyre Summit
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 2% on Mt. Pyre Summit
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 10% in Mt. Coronet 6F & 7F or Evolve Chingling by Happiness at Night
 P - 10% in Mt. Coronet 6F & 7F or Evolve Chingling by Happiness at Night

359: Absol (H152)
 R - 8% on Route 120
 S - 8% on Route 120
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 8% on Route 120
 C - Rider Delan
XD - NO
 D - 40% on Route 213 during Swarm
 P - 40% on Route 213 during Swarm

360: Wynaut (H160)
 R - Breed Wobbuffet while holding a Lax Incense
 S - Breed Wobbuffet while holding a Lax Incense
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Breed Wobbuffet while holding a Lax Incense
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Breed Wobbuffet while holding a Lax Incense
 P - Breed Wobbuffet while holding a Lax Incense

361: Snorunt (H171)
 R - 10% in Shoal Cave Ice Room, Low Tide only
 S - 10% in Shoal Cave Ice Room, Low Tide only
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 10% in Shoal Cave Ice Room, Low Tide only
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Peon Exinn in Phenac City
 D - 12% at Acuity Lakefront & Routes 216 & 217 (Pokeradar)
 P - 12% at Acuity Lakefront & Routes 216 & 217 (Pokeradar)

362: Glalie (H172)
 R - Evolve Snorunt at Lv. 42
 S - Evolve Snorunt at Lv. 42
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Snorunt at Lv. 42
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Snorunt at Lv. 42
 P - Evolve Snorunt at Lv. 42

363: Spheal (H173)
 R - 50% in Shoal Cave
 S - 50% in Shoal Cave
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 50% in Shoal Cave
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Peon Blisix in Cipher Lab
 D - TRADE
 P - 30% Surf on Routes 226 & 230

364: Sealeo (H174)
 R - Evolve Spheal at Lv. 32
 S - Evolve Spheal at Lv. 32
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Spheal at Lv. 32
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - TRADE
 P - 5% Surf on Routes 226 & 230 or Evolve Spheal at Lv. 32

365: Walrein (H175)
 R - Evolve Sealeo at Lv. 44
 S - Evolve Sealeo at Lv. 44
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Sealeo at Lv. 44
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - TRADE
 P - Evolve Sealeo at Lv. 44

366: Clamperl (H176)
 R - 65% Underwater in Routes 124 & 126
 S - 65% Underwater in Routes 124 & 126
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 65% Underwater in Routes 124 & 126
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 5% Fish with Super Rod on Routes 219 & 221
 P - 5% Fish with Super Rod on Routes 219 & 221

367: Huntail (H177)
 R - Evolve Clamperl by Trading with Deepseatooth
 S - Evolve Clamperl by Trading with Deepseatooth
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Clamperl by Trading with Deepseatooth
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Clamperl by Trading with Deepseatooth
 P - Evolve Clamperl by Trading with Deepseatooth

368: Gorebyss (H178)
 R - Evolve Clamperl by Trading with Deepseascale
 S - Evolve Clamperl by Trading with Deepseascale
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Clamperl by Trading with Deepseascale
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Clamperl by Trading with Deepseascale
 P - Evolve Clamperl by Trading with Deepseascale

369: Relicanth (H179)
 R - 5% Underwater in Routes 124 & 126
 S - 5% Underwater in Routes 124 & 126
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 5% Underwater in Routes 124 & 126
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 5% Fish with Super Rod on Route 226
 P - 5% Fish with Super Rod on Route 226

370: Luvdisc (H183)
 R - 40% Fish with Super Rod in Ever Grande City or Route 128
 S - 40% Fish with Super Rod in Ever Grande City or Route 128
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 40% Fish with Super Rod in Ever Grande City or Route 128
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 5% Fish with Super Rod on Route 224
 P - 5% Fish with Super Rod on Route 224

371: Bagon (H187)
 R - 25% in Meteor Falls Innermost Room
 S - 25% in Meteor Falls Innermost Room
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - 25% in Meteor Falls Innermost Room
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - TRADE
 P - 12% on Route 210 Foggy area (Pokeradar)

372: Shelgon (H188)
 R - Evolve Bagon at Lv. 30
 S - Evolve Bagon at Lv. 30
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Bagon at Lv. 30
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - TRADE
 P - Evolve Bagon at Lv. 30

373: Salamence (H189)
 R - Evolve Shelgon at Lv. 50
 S - Evolve Shelgon at Lv. 50
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Shelgon at Lv. 50
 C - NO
XD - Cipher Admin Eldes in Citadark Isle
 D - TRADE
 P - Evolve Shelgon at Lv. 50

374: Beldum (H190)
 R - Take from Steven's House in Mossdeep City after becoming Champion
 S - Take from Steven's House in Mossdeep City after becoming Champion
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Take from Steven's House in Mossdeep City after becoming Champion
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - 40% on Route 228 during Swarm
 P - 40% on Route 228 during Swarm

375: Metang (H191)
 R - Evolve Beldum at Lv. 20
 S - Evolve Beldum at Lv. 20
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Beldum at Lv. 20
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Beldum at Lv. 20
 P - Evolve Beldum at Lv. 20

376: Metagross (H192)
 R - Evolve Metang at Lv. 45
 S - Evolve Metang at Lv. 45
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Evolve Metang at Lv. 45
 C - Cipher Nascour
XD - NO
 D - Evolve Metang at Lv. 45
 P - Evolve Metang at Lv. 45

377: Regirock (H193)
 R - Only One. Desert Ruins (Regi Trio)
 S - Only One. Desert Ruins (Regi Trio)
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Only One. Desert Ruins (Regi Trio)
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

378: Regice (H194)
 R - Only One. Island Cave (Regi Trio)
 S - Only One. Island Cave (Regi Trio)
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Only One. Island Cave (Regi Trio)
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

379: Registeel (H195)
 R - Only One. Ancient Tomb (Regi Trio)
 S - Only One. Ancient Tomb (Regi Trio)
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Only One. Ancient Tomb (Regi Trio)
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

380: Latias (H196)
 R - TRADE
 S - Random after becoming Champion (Lati@s)
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Random after becoming Champion and choosing RED (Lati@s)
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

381: Latios (H197)
 R - Random after becoming Champion (Lati@s)
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Random after becoming Champion and choosing BLUE (Lati@s)
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

382: Kyogre (H198)
 R - TRADE
 S - Only One. Cave of Origin
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Only One. Marine Cave (Weather Monsters)
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

383: Groudon (H199)
 R - Only One. Cave of Origin
 S - TRADE
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Only One. Terra Cave (Weather Monsters)
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

384: Rayquaza (H200)
 R - Only One. Sky Pillar 6F
 S - Only One. Sky Pillar 6F
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - Only One. Sky Pillar 6F
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

385: Jirachi (H201)
 R - US Colosseum Bonus Disk Only (Jirachi Section)
 S - US Colosseum Bonus Disk Only (Jirachi Section)
FR - TRADE
LG - TRADE
 E - TRADE
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

386: Deoxys (H202)
 R - TRADE
 S - TRADE
FR - Nintendo Event Only. Only One. (Deoxys Section)
LG - Nintendo Event Only. Only One. (Deoxys Section)
 E - Nintendo Event Only. Only One. (Deoxys Section)
 C - NO
XD - NO
 D - TRANSFER
 P - TRANSFER

387: Turtwig (S001)
 D - Choose at beginning (Sinnoh Starters)
 P - Choose at beginning (Sinnoh Starters)

388: Grotle (S002)
 D - Evolve Turtwig at Lv. 18
 P - Evolve Turtwig at Lv. 18

389: Torterra (S003)
 D - Evolve Grotle at Lv. 32
 P - Evolve Grotle at Lv. 32

390: Chimchar (S004)
 D - Choose at beginning (Sinnoh Starters)
 P - Choose at beginning (Sinnoh Starters)

391: Monferno (S005)
 D - Evolve Chimchar at Lv. 14
 P - Evolve Chimchar at Lv. 14

392: Infernape (S006)
 D - Evolve Monferno at Lv. 36
 P - Evolve Monferno at Lv. 36

393: Piplup (S007)
 D - Choose at beginning (Sinnoh Starters)
 P - Choose at beginning (Sinnoh Starters)

394: Prinplup (S008)
 D - Evolve Piplup at Lv. 16
 P - Evolve Piplup at Lv. 16

395: Empoleon (S009)
 D - Evolve Prinplup at Lv. 36
 P - Evolve Prinplup at Lv. 36

396: Starly (S010)
 D - 50% on Route 201
 P - 50% on Route 201

397: Staravia (S011)
 D - 25% at Lake Valor or Evolve Starly at Lv. 14
 P - 25% at Lake Valor or Evolve Starly at Lv. 14

398: Staraptor (S012)
 D - Evolve Staravia at Lv. 34
 P - Evolve Staravia at Lv. 34

399: Bidoof (S013)
 D - 50% on Route 201
 P - 50% on Route 201

400: Bibarel (S014)
 D - 45% at Lake Valor or Evolve Bidoof at Lv. 15
 P - 45% at Lake Valor or Evolve Bidoof at Lv. 15

401: Kricketot (S015)
 D - 20% on Route 202 at Night
 P - 20% on Route 202 at Night

402: Kricketune (S016)
 D - 30% in Trophy Garden or Evolve Kricketot at Lv. 10
 P - 30% in Trophy Garden or Evolve Kricketot at Lv. 10

403: Shinx (S017)
 D - 30% on Route 202
 P - 30% on Route 202

404: Luxio (S018)
 D - 10% at Fuego Ironworks or Evolve Shinx at Lv. 15
 P - 10% at Fuego Ironworks or Evolve Shinx at Lv. 15

405: Luxray (S019)
 D - Evolve Luxio at Lv. 30
 P - Evolve Luxio at Lv. 30

406: Budew (S025)
 D - 30% on Route 212 or Breed Roselia/Roserade while holding a Rose Incense
 P - 30% on Route 212 or Breed Roselia/Roserade while holding a Rose Incense

407: Roserade (S027)
 D - Evolve Roselia with Shiny Stone
 P - Evolve Roselia with Shiny Stone

408: Cranidos (S036)
 D - Revive Skull Fossil in Oreburgh City
 P - TRADE

409: Rampardos (S037)
 D - Evolve Cranidos at Lv. 30
 P - TRADE

410: Shieldon (S038)
 D - TRADE
 P - Revive Armor Fossil in Oreburgh City

411: Bastiodon (S039)
 D - TRADE
 P - Evolve Shieldon at Lv. 30

412: Burmy (S045)
 D - Honey Trees Groups 1 & 2
 P - Honey Trees Groups 1 & 2

413: Wormadam (S046)
 D - Evolve Female Burmy at Lv. 20
 P - Evolve Female Burmy at Lv. 20

414: Mothim (S047)
 D - Evolve Male Burmy at Lv. 20
 P - Evolve Male Burmy at Lv. 20

415: Combee (S053)
 D - Honey Trees Groups 1 & 2
 P - Honey Trees Groups 1 & 2

416: Vespiquen (S054)
 D - Evolve Female Combee at Lv. 21
 P - Evolve Female Combee at Lv. 21

417: Pachirisu (S055)
 D - 25% at Valley Windworks
 P - 25% at Valley Windworks

418: Buizel (S056)
 D - 35% at Valley Windworks
 P - 35% at Valley Windworks

419: Floatzel (S057)
 D - 35% on Route 218 or Evolve Buizel at Lv. 26
 P - 35% on Route 218 or Evolve Buizel at Lv. 26

420: Cherubi (S058)
 D - Honey Trees Groups 1 & 2
 P - Honey Trees Groups 1 & 2

421: Cherrim (S059)
 D - Evolve Cherubi at Lv. 25
 P - Evolve Cherubi at Lv. 25

422: Shellos (S060)
 D - 45% on Route 205 South
 P - 45% on Route 205 South

423: Gastrodon (S061)
 D - 30% on Route 221 or Evolve Shellos at Lv. 30
 P - 30% on Route 221 or Evolve Shellos at Lv. 30

424: Ambipom (S064)
 D - Evolve Aipom by knowing Double Attack (Knowledge)
 P - Evolve Aipom by knowing Double Attack (Knowledge)

425: Drifloon (S065)
 D - One Per Week. Standing in front of Valley Windworks every Friday.
 P - One Per Week. Standing in front of Valley Windworks every Friday.

426: Drifblim (S066)
 D - Evolve Drifloon at Lv. 28
 P - Evolve Drifloon at Lv. 28

427: Buneary (S067)
 D - 19% in Eterna Forest
 P - 19% in Eterna Forest

428: Lopunny (S068)
 D - Evolve Buneary by Happiness
 P - Evolve Buneary by Happiness

429: Mismagius (S073)
 D - TRADE
 P - Evolve Misdreavus with Dusk Stone

430: Honchkrow (S075)
 D - Evolve Murkrow with Dusk Stone
 P - TRADE

431: Glameow (S076)
 D - TRADE
 P - 20% on Route 222

432: Purugly (S077)
 D - TRADE
 P - 15% on Route 222 or Evolve Glameow at Lv. 38

433: Chingling (S082)
 D - 10% in Mt. Coronet or Breed Chimecho while holding a Pure Incense
 P - 10% in Mt. Coronet or Breed Chimecho while holding a Pure Incense

434: Stunky (S084)
 D - 25% on Route 206
 P - TRADE

435: Skuntank (S085)
 D - 15% on Route 221 or Evolve Stunky at Lv. 34
 P - TRADE

436: Bronzor (S088)
 D - 40% in Wayward Cave
 P - 40% in Wayward Cave

437: Bronzong (S089)
 D - 35% in Turnback Cave or Evolve Bronzor at Lv. 33
 P - 35% in Turnback Cave or Evolve Bronzor at Lv. 33

438: Bonsly (S092)
 D - 5% when found in Trophy Garden or Breed Sudowoodo w/ Rock Incense
 P - 25% on Routes 209 & 210 or Breed Sudowoodo w/ Rock Incense

439: Mime Jr. (S094)
 D - 25% on Routes 209 & 210 or Breed Mr. Mime w/ Odd Incense
 P - 5% when found in Trophy Garden or Breed Mr. Mime w/ Odd Incense

440: Happiny (S096)
 D - 5% when found in Trophy Garden or Breed Chansey/Blissey w/ Luck Incense
 P - 5% when found in Trophy Garden or Breed Chansey/Blissey w/ Luck Incense

441: Chatot (S102)
 D - 20% on Routes 222 & 224
 P - 20% on Routes 222 & 224

442: Spiritomb (S108)
 D - Hallowed Tower. See Spiritomb Section.
 P - Hallowed Tower. See Spiritomb Section.

443: Gible (S109)
 D - 15% in Wayward Cave Secret Area
 P - 15% in Wayward Cave Secret Area

444: Gabite (S110)
 D - Evolve Gible at Lv. 24
 P - Evolve Gible at Lv. 24

445: Garchomp (S111)
 D - Evolve Gabite at Lv. 48
 P - Evolve Gabite at Lv. 48

446: Munchlax (S112)
 D - Honey Trees Group 3 or Breed Snorlax while holding a Full Incense
 P - Honey Trees Group 3 or Breed Snorlax while holding a Full Incense

447: Riolu (S115)
 D - Iron Island, get Egg from Riley
 P - Iron Island, get Egg from Riley

448: Lucario (S116)
 D - Evolve Riolu by Happiness
 P - Evolve Riolu by Happiness

449: Hippopotas (S122)
 D - 5% in Ruin Maniac Cave. Increases as you collect more Unown. Max 20%.
 P - 5% in Ruin Maniac Cave. Increases as you collect more Unown. Max 20%.

450: Hippowdon (S123)
 D - 20% on Route 228 or Evolve Hippopotas at Lv. 34
 P - 20% on Route 228 or Evolve Hippopotas at Lv. 34

451: Skorupi (S128)
 D - 15% when found in Great Marsh
 P - 15% when found in Great Marsh

452: Drapion (S129)
 D - 3% when found in Great Marsh or Evolve Skorupi at Lv. 40
 P - 3% when found in Great Marsh or Evolve Skorupi at Lv. 40

453: Croagunk (S130)
 D - 15% when found in Great Marsh
 P - 15% when found in Great Marsh

454: Toxicroak (S131)
 D - 3% when found in Great Marsh or Evolve Croagunk at Lv. 37
 P - 3% when found in Great Marsh or Evolve Croagunk at Lv. 37

455: Carnivine (S132)
 D - 15% when found in Great Marsh
 P - 15% when found in Great Marsh

456: Finneon (S134)
 D - 35% Fish with Good Rod in Canalave City
 P - 35% Fish with Good Rod in Canalave City

457: Lumineon (S135)
 D - 35% Fish with Super Rod in Canalave City or Evolve Finneon at Lv. 31
 P - 35% Fish with Super Rod in Canalave City or Evolve Finneon at Lv. 31

458: Mantyke (S140)
 D - 10% Surf on Route 223 or Breed Mantine while holding a Wave Incense
 P - 10% Surf on Route 223 or Breed Mantine while holding a Wave Incense

459: Snover (S142)
 D - 25% at Acuity Lakefront or Routes 216 & 217
 P - 25% at Acuity Lakefront or Routes 216 & 217

460: Abomasnow (S143)
 D - 20% in snowy areas of Mt. Coronet or Evolve Snover at Lv. 40
 P - 20% in snowy areas of Mt. Coronet or Evolve Snover at Lv. 40

461: Weavile (S145)
 D - Evolve Sneasel by leveling up while holding a Razor Claw at night
 P - Evolve Sneasel by leveling up while holding a Razor Claw at night

462: Magnezone
 D - Evolve Magneton by leveling up in Mt. Coronet
 P - Evolve Magneton by leveling up in Mt. Coronet

463: Lickilicky
 D - Evolve Lickitung by knowing Rollout (Knowledge)
 P - Evolve Lickitung by knowing Rollout (Knowledge)

464: Rhyperior
 D - Evolve Rhydon by trading with Protector
 P - Evolve Rhydon by trading with Protector

465: Tangrowth
 D - Evolve Tangela by knowing AncientPower (Knowledge)
 P - Evolve Tangela by knowing AncientPower (Knowledge)

466: Electivire
 D - Evolve Electabuzz by trading with Electrizer
 P - Evolve Electabuzz by trading with Electrizer

467: Magmortar
 D - Evolve Magmar by trading with Magmarizer
 P - Evolve Magmar by trading with Magmarizer

468: Togekiss
 D - Evolve Togetic with Shiny Stone
 P - Evolve Togetic with Shiny Stone

469: Yanmega
 D - Evolve Yanma by knowing AncientPower (Knowledge)
 P - Evolve Yanma by knowing AncientPower (Knowledge)

470: Leafeon
 D - Evolve Eevee by leveling up at Moss Rock in Eterna Forest
 P - Evolve Eevee by leveling up at Moss Rock in Eterna Forest

471: Glaceon
 D - Evolve Eevee by leveling up at Ice Rock on Route 217
 P - Evolve Eevee by leveling up at Ice Rock on Route 217

472: Gliscor
 D - Evolve Gligar by leveling up while holding a Razor Fang at Night
 P - Evolve Gligar by leveling up while holding a Razor Fang at Night

473: Mamoswine
 D - Evolve Piloswine by knowing AncientPower (Knowledge)
 P - Evolve Piloswine by knowing AncientPower (Knowledge)

474: Porygon-Z
 D - Evolve Porygon2 by trading with Dubious Disc
 P - Evolve Porygon2 by trading with Dubious Disc

475: Gallade
 D - Evolve male Kirlia with Dawn Stone
 P - Evolve male Kirlia with Dawn Stone

476: Probopass
 D - Evolve Nosepass by leveling up in Mt. Coronet
 P - Evolve Nosepass by leveling up in Mt. Coronet

477: Dusknoir
 D - Evolve Dusclops by trading with Reaper Cloth
 P - Evolve Dusclops by trading with Reaper Cloth

478: Froslass
 D - Evolve female Snorunt with Dawn Stone
 P - Evolve female Snorunt with Dawn Stone

479: Rotom
 D - Only One. Old Chateau TV at Night. (Rotom Section)
 P - Only One. Old Chateau TV at Night. (Rotom Section)

480: Uxie (S146)
 D - Only One. Lake Acuity
 P - Only One. Lake Acuity

481: Mesprit (S147)
 D - Only One. See at Lake Verity. Random after that. (Roaming Psychics)
 P - Only One. See at Lake Verity. Random after that. (Roaming Psychics)

482: Azelf (S148)
 D - Only One. Lake Valor
 P - Only One. Lake Valor

483: Dialga (S149)
 D - Only One. Spear Pillar
 P - TRADE

484: Palkia (S150)
 D - TRADE
 P - Only One. Spear Pillar

485: Heatran
 D - Only One. 2nd time through Stark Mountain
 P - Only One. 2nd time through Stark Mountain

486: Regigigas
 D - Only One. Snowpoint Temple B5 (King of Kings)
 P - Only One. Snowpoint Temple B5 (King of Kings)

487: Giratina
 D - Only One. Turnback Cave
 P - Only One. Turnback Cave

488: Cresselia
 D - Only One. See on Fullmoon Island. Random after that. (Roaming Psychics)
 P - Only One. See on Fullmoon Island. Random after that. (Roaming Psychics)

489: Phione
 D - Breed Manaphy with Ditto
 P - Breed Manaphy with Ditto

490: Manaphy (S151)
 D - Hatch from Egg from Pokemon Ranger (Manaphy Section)
 P - Hatch from Egg from Pokemon Ranger (Manaphy Section)

491: Darkrai
 D - Nintendo Event Only. (Darkrai Section)
 P - Nintendo Event Only. (Darkrai Section)

492: Shaymin
 D - Nintendo Event Only. (Shaymin Section)
 P - Nintendo Event Only. (Shaymin Section)

493: Arceus
 D - Nintendo Event Only. (Arceus Section)
 P - Nintendo Event Only. (Arceus Section)



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Pal Park [PPRK]
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Pal Park exists only in Diamond & Pearl and is the only way to have any sort
of link between the GBA/GCN generation games and the DS/Wii generation games.

After you obtain the National Pokedex, Professor Oak will tell you about Pal
Park, which is at the end of Route 221. Once there, you can perform a one-way
transfer of any six Pokemon you have on your Ruby, Sapphire, Fire Red, Leaf
Green, or Emerald cartridge when it is inserted into the GBA slot on your DS.

The limit on transfers is six Pokemon per GBA cartridge per 24 hour period.
Please note that it is not per day. For example, if you perform a transfer
around 11:00 PM, then wait an hour until the day changes and try to perform
another transfer at 12:01 AM, you will not be able to. You must wait a full
24 hours in between transfers.

To prepare for a Pal Park transfer in a GBA game, you must first be sure that
the Pokemon you want to transfer do not know any HM moves. To remove HM moves,
you must use the Move Deleter who will make a Pokemon forget any move free of
charge.

In Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald, the Move Deleter is in Lilycove City.
In Fire Red and Leaf Green, the Move Deleter is in Fuschia City.

The Move Deleter will not delete an HM move if the Pokemon you are trying to
delete it from is the only Pokemon you have that knows that HM move. To easily
combat this little problem, have a Tentacool & Tropius with these movesets
sitting in your party at all times in your GBA game:

Tentacool: Surf, Waterfall, Dive, Flash
Tropius: Fly, Cut, Rock Smash, Strength

This way you won't have to deal with the Move Deleter not obeying you.

Once you have chosen the six Pokemon you want to transfer from your GBA
game, put all six of them in any PC Box, save, and turn off the GBA game.
Start up your DS game with the GBA cartridge in the DS and if you've had
Professor Oak tell you about Pal Park a new option will be on the menu screen
that says "MIGRATE FROM ______" where ______ is the name of the game you have
in the GBA slot. Choose this option and you will be taken to your PC Box from
your GBA game. Select the Pokemon you want to transfer with the stylus and
you're done.

Now that they have migrated to your DS game, you have to catch them again!
Pal Park holds all the Pokemon you have migrated from your GBA games. When
you enter Pal Park you are handed six Park Balls. These have a 100% capture
rate so all you have to do is walk around in Pal Park, encounter your
Pokemon, and throw the ball.

Before entering Pal Park, be sure that at least one Pokemon in your party
knows Surf.

Pal Park is broken up into 5 sections, each holding different Pokemon. Every
time you try to transfer a specific Pokemon, it will always be in the same
section. Below is a list of all 5 sections, along with which Pokemon can be
found in each section:

FIELD AREA - The grass immedately in front of you when you enter Pal Park.
123 Pokemon
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Bulbasaur, Ivysaur, Venusaur, Charmander, Charmeleon, Charizard, Pidgey,
Pidgeotto, Pidgeot, Rattata, Raticate, Spearow, Fearow, Nidoran-F, Nidorina,
Nidoqueen, Nidoran-M, Nidorino, Nidoking, Vulpix, Ninetales, Jigglypuff,
Wigglytuff, Meowth, Persian, Growlithe, Arcanine, Abra, Kadabra, Alakazam,
Ponyta, Rapidash, Farfetch'd, Doduo, Dodrio, Grimer, Muk, Voltorb, Electrode,
Lickitung, Chansey, Kangaskhan, Mr. Mime, Scyther, Jynx, Tauros, Ditto, Eevee,
Vaporeon, Jolteon, Flareon, Porygon, Snorlax, Mewtwo, Chikorita, Bayleef,
Meganium, Cyndaquil, Quilava, Typhlosion, Sentret, Furret, Ledyba, Ledian,
Spinarak, Ariados, Pichu, Cleffa, Igglybuff, Togepi, Togetic, Mareep, Flaaffy,
Ampharos, Hoppip, Skiploom, Jumpluff, Sunkern, Sunflora, Yanma, Espeon,
Umbreon, Wobbuffett, Girafarig, Snubbull, Granbull, Scizor, Porygon2, 
Stantler, Smeargle, Smoochum, Miltank, Blissey, Torchic, Combusken, Blaziken,
Poochyena, Mightyena, Zigzagoon, Linoone, Taillow, Swellow, Ralts, Kirlia,
Gardevoir, Skitty, Delcatty, Electrike, Manectric, Plusle, Minun, Roselia,
Spoink, Grumpig, Spinda, Swablu, Altaria, Zangoose, Castform, Wynaut, Latias,
Latios, Rayquaza

FOREST AREA - The grass in the top left corner of Pal Park.
74 Pokemon
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Caterpie, Metapod, Butterfree, Weedle, Kakuna, Beedrill, Ekans, Arbok,
Pikachu, Raichu, Oddish, Gloom, Vileplume, Paras, Parasect, Venonat, Venomoth,
Bellsprout, Weepinbell, Victreebel, Gastly, Haunter, Gengar, Drowzee, Hypno,
Exeggcute, Exeggutor, Tangela, Pinsir, Mew, Hoothoot, Noctowl, Natu, Xatu,
Bellossom, Aipom, Murkrow, Misdreavus, Unown, Pineco, Forretress, Dunsparce,
Heracross, Teddiursa, Ursaring, Celebi, Treecko, Grovyle, Sceptile, Wurmple,
Silcoon, Beautifly, Cascoon, Dustox, Seedot, Nuzleaf, Shiftry, Shroomish,
Breloom, Slakoth, Vigoroth, Slaking, Nincada, Shedinja, Gulpin, Swalot,
Seviper, Kecleon, Shuppet, Banette, Duskull, Dusclops, Tropius

MOUNTAIN AREA - The grass in the middle of Pal Park up the stairs.
105 Pokemon
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Sandshrew, Sandslash, Clefairy, Clefable, Zubat, Golbat, Diglett, Dugtrio,
Mankey, Primeape, Machop, Machoke, Machamp, Geodude, Graveler, Golem,
Magnemite, Magneton, Onix, Cubone, Marowak, Hitmonlee, Hitmonchan, Koffing,
Weezing, Rhyhorn, Rhydon, Electabuzz, Magmar, Aerodactyl, Articuno, Zapdos,
Moltres, Dragonite, Feraligatr, Crobat, Sudowoodo, Gligar, Steelix, Sneasel,
Slugma, Magcargo, Swinub, Piloswine, Delibird, Skarmory, Houndour, Phanpy,
Donphan, Tyrogue, Hitmontop, Elekid, Magby, Raikou, Entei, Suicune, Larvitar,
Pupitar, Tyranitar, Lugia, Ho-oh, Whismur, Loudred, Exploud, Makuhita,
Hariyama, Nosepass, Sableye, Mawile, Aron, Lairon, Aggron, Meditite, Medicham,
Volbeat, Illumise, Numel, Camerupt, Torkoal, Trapinch, Vibrava, Flygon,
Cacnea, Cacturne, Lunatone, Solrock, Baltoy, Claydol, Chimecho, Absol,
Snorunt, Glalie, Bagon, Shelgon, Salamence, Beldum, Metang, Metagross,
Regirock, Regice, Registeel, Groudon, Jirachi, Deoxys

POND AREA - The water in the top right corner of Pal Park. Requires Surf.
37 Pokemon
-------------------------------------------------------------------------
Squirtle, Wartortle, Blastoise, Psyduck, Golduck, Poliwag, Poliwhirl,
Poliwrath, Slowpoke, Slowbro, Goldeen, Seaking, Magikarp, Gyaragos, Dratini,
Dragonair, Totodile, Croconaw, Marill, Azumarill, Politoed, Wooper, Quagsire,
Slowking, Mudkip, Marshtomp, Swampert, Lotad, Lombre, Ludicolo, Surskit,
Masquerian, Azurill, Barboach, Whiscash, Corphish, Crawdaunt

OCEAN AREA - The water in the bottom right corner of Pal Park. Requires Surf.
47 Pokemon
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Tentacool, Tentacruel, Seel, Dewgong, Shellder, Cloyster, Krabby, Kingler,
Horsea, Seadra, Staryu, Starmie, Lapras, Omanyte, Omastar, Kabuto, Kabutops,
Chinchou, Lanturn, Qwilfish, Shuckle, Corsola, Remoraid, Octillery, Mantine,
Kingrda, Wingull, Pelipper, Carvanha, Sharpedo, Wailmer, Wailord, Lileep,
Cradily, Anorith, Armaldo, Feebas, Milotic, Spheal, Sealeo, Walrein, Clamperl,
Huntail, Gorebyss, Relicanth, Luvdisc, Kyogre 


*********************
Kanto Starters [KANT]
*********************
When you start the game in Fire Red or Leaf Green, Professor Oak will let
you choose one of three Pokemon. Once you make your choice, the other two
will be unobtainable to you without trading from another game. 
Your choices are:
-Bulbasaur
-Charmander
-Squirtle


*********************
Johto Starters [JOHT]
*********************
When you complete the Hoenn Pokedex in Emerald, Professor Birch will let
you choose one of three Pokemon. Once you make your choice, the other two
will be unobtainable to you without trading from another game. 
Your choices are:
-Chikorita
-Cyndaquil
-Totodile

For the purposes of getting these Pokemon, "completing" your Hoenn Pokedex
means catching all Pokemon numbered 1-200 in the Hoenn Pokedex. This excludes
Jirachi & Deoxys.

In Pokemon Colosseum, the second evolutionary form of each Johto starter are
all available to catch as Shadow Pokemon. You have infinite chances to catch
all Shadow Pokemon in that game, so if you own that, it will make obtaining 
these starters far easier.

In Pokemon XD, each starter is given as a prize for beating the Mt. Battle
Challenge, Areas 1-10. Each time you complete this challenge you will be able
to choose one of these three Pokemon. The challenge can be completed infinite
times, however, only one of each Johto starter can be obtained in total.


*********************
Hoenn Starters [HOEN]
*********************
When you start the game in Ruby, Sapphire, or Emerald, Professor Birch
will let you choose one of three Pokemon. Once you make your choice, the
other two will be unobtainable to you without trading from another game. 
Your choices are:
-Treecko
-Torchic
-Mudkip


**********************
Sinnoh Starters [SINN]
**********************
When you start the game in Diamond or Pearl, you will choose one of three
Pokemon from Professor Rowan's bag. Once you make your choice, the other two
will be unobtainable to you without trading from another game. 
Your choices are:
-Turtwig
-Chimchar
-Piplup

*********************
DP Time of Day [AMPM]
*********************
In Diamond & Pearl, some Pokemon have different encounter rates at different
times of the day. Some may even only be found at certain times of day.

The three main time periods are Morning, Daytime, and Night. The in-game time
is based on your DS clock.

 4:00 AM - 9:59 AM is considered Morning
10:00 AM - 7:59 PM is considered Daytime
 8:00 PM - 3:59 AM is considered Night

*************************
GBA Game Insertion [INSR]
*************************
In Diamond & Pearl, some Pokemon can only be obtained after receiving the
National Dex and inserting one of the GBA games into your DS. These Pokemon
are all noted in the master list with a simple note.

  R Inserted - Must insert Ruby into the DS.
  S Inserted - Must insert Sapphire into the DS.
 FR Inserted - Must insert Fire Red into the DS.
 LG Inserted - Must insert Leaf Green into the DS.
  E Inserted - Must insert Emerald into the DS.
GBA Inserted - Must insert any one of Ruby, Sapphire, Fire Red, Leaf Green, or
               Emerald into the DS.

Note once again that this only works after you have obtained the National Dex.

*********************
Pokemon Swarms [SWRM]
*********************
In Diamond & Pearl, some Pokemon can only be obtained after recieving the
National Dex while they are swarming at a particular area. These Pokemon are
all noted in the master list with a note that says "during swarm".

Pokemon swarms change every single day and are completely random. To find out
which swarm is going on, simply go to Sandgem Town and talk to Dawn's sister.
She will tell you which Pokemon is swarming and in what area. All you need to
do is go where she tells you and catch it.

Note once again that this only works after you have obtained the National Dex.


****************
Pokeradar [PRDR]
****************
In Diamond & Pearl, some Pokemon can only be obtained by using an item called
the Pokeradar. These Pokemon are all noted in the master list with a note that
says "Pokeradar"

The Pokeradar is given to you by Professor Oak the first time you visit Pal
Park. To use it, go to any patch of grass where a Pokeradar only Pokemon is
hiding and select it from your Key Items. 

It is recommended that you use a Repel because normal wild encounters can 
still happen while using the Pokeradar. Once you use the Pokeradar, a few
patches of grass around you will shake. Go to one of the shaking patches of
grass and you will enter a battle with a wild Pokemon.

There are many theories about how the grass shakes or how far away it is from
you holding some secret to finding the Pokemon you are looking for. While this
may be true for keeping chains going, that has nothing to do with this guide.
The Pokemon you find on the first use of the Pokeradar is totally random and
has percentages just like every other encounter, which are noted in the master
list. There is another guide about keeping chains going and the benefits of
doing that.


**********************
The Great Marsh [GMAR]
**********************
In Diamond and Pearl, certain Pokemon can only be caught in the Great Marsh.

The Great Marsh is the Sinnoh region's version of the Safari Zone. It works the
same way the Safari Zone does in those games except for one glaring difference.

The Pokemon in each area of the Great Marsh change every day. There is no way
to control which Pokemon are in which area. All you can do is see where they
are.

To know which Pokemon are in which area, you must go to the top floor of the
building that allows you to enter the Great Marsh and use the binoculars.
If you see the Pokemon you are looking for, take note of what that area looks
like and then go there. The encounter rates are very low for the rare Pokemon
in the Great Marsh so you must be patient.

If a Pokemon can only be found this way, it has a note in the Master List that
says "when found in Great Marsh".

**************************
Evolution Materials [MATR]
**************************
There are 53 evolved and pre-evolved forms of Pokemon that can be obtained
through the use of certain items, whether by simply using the item on the
Pokemon, by trading while the Pokemon holds the item, or by breeding the
Pokemon while they hold the item. This section will detail which Pokemon need
items to evolve and how to get those items.

!!Note!!
In this section I mention "stealing" items from wild Pokemon. This simply
means using either of the moves Thief or Covet to attack the Pokemon while
the attacker is NOT holding an item. This will steal the item 100% of the time
if the wild Pokemon is carrying one. To make stealing simpler, be sure that
your attacker can outspeed and One-Hit-KO your target. KOing is not at all
necessary to steal items, it simply saves time.


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|Fire Stone - needed for 3 evolutions|
|Ninetales, Arcanine, Flareon        |
--------------------------------------
In Fire Red and Leaf Green, Fire Stones can simply be bought from the Celadon
Mart on the fourth floor.

In Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald, Fire Stones can be traded for Red Shards at
a house on Route 124. Red Shards can be found underwater or stolen from 
wild Corsola.

In Diamond and Pearl, Fire Stones can be found Underground as treasure.

--------------------------------------------------
|Water Stone - needed for 5 evolutions           |
|Poliwrath, Cloyster, Starmie, Vaporeon, Ludicolo|
--------------------------------------------------
In Fire Red and Leaf Green, Water Stones can simply be bought from the Celadon
Mart on the fourth floor.

In Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald, Water Stones can be traded for Blue Shards at
a house on Route 124. Blue Shards can be found underwater or stolen from 
wild Clamperl.

In Diamond and Pearl, Water Stones can be found Underground as treasure.

-----------------------------------------
|Thunder Stone - needed for 2 evolutions|
|Raichu, Jolteon                        |
-----------------------------------------
In Fire Red and Leaf Green, Thunder Stones can simply be bought from the
Celadon Mart on the fourth floor.

In Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald, Thunder Stones can be traded for Yellow 
Shards at a house on Route 124. Yellow Shards can be found underwater or 
stolen from wild Chinchou.

In Diamond and Pearl, Thunder Stones can be found Underground as treasure.

-------------------------------------------
|Leaf Stone - needed for 4 evolutions     |
|Vileplume, Victreebel, Exeggutor, Shiftry|
-------------------------------------------
In Fire Red and Leaf Green, Leaf Stones can simply be bought from the Celadon
Mart on the fourth floor.

In Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald, Leaf Stones can be traded for Green Shards 
at a house on Route 124. Green Shards can be found underwater or stolen from
wild Relicanth.

In Diamond and Pearl, Leaf Stones can be found Underground as treasure.

-----------------------------------------------------
|Moon Stone - needed for 5 evolutions               |
|Nidoqueen, Nidoking, Clefable, Wigglytuff, Delcatty|
-----------------------------------------------------
Moon Stones are scattered in various places throughout all five games.

In Fire Red and Leaf Green, an infinite supply of Moon Stones can be found by
stealing them from wild Clefairy.

In Sapphire, an infinite supply of Moon Stones can be found by stealing them
from wild Lunatone.

In Ruby and Emerald, there is no way to gain an infinite supply of Moon
Stones.

In Diamond and Pearl, Moon Stones can be found Underground as treasure.

---------------------------------------
|King's Rock - needed for 2 evolutions|
|Politoed, Slowking                   |
---------------------------------------
There are two King's Rocks in Fire Red and Leaf Green.

One is on Island 7 in Sevault Canyon.

The other is received as a one-time prize for beating the Trainer Tower 
on Island 7 in Mixed Mode.

In Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald, Diamond, and Pearl there are many places to get
King's Rocks.

One can be found in Mossdeep City after receiving HM08 from Steven. Talk to
the kid outside his house and say yes to him to get it.

There are three ways to find an infinite supply of King's Rocks.

In Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald, Diamond, and Pearl, you can steal them from wild
Hariyama.

In Diamond and Pearl, you can steal them from wild Poliwhirl.

Another way is via the Pickup ability, which Zigzagoon, Linoone, Meowth, 
Aipom, and Phanpy have.

In Ruby and Sapphire, there is a 1% chance of Pickup finding a King's Rock no
matter what level the Pokemon with Pickup is.

In Emerald, Diamond, and Pearl, there is a 1% chance of Pickup finding a King's
Rock when the Pokemon with Pickup is level 11-30.

The third way is only in Emerald, King's Rocks can be purchased in the Battle
Frontier for 64BP.

In Fire Red and Leaf Green, there is no way to gain an infinite supply of 
King's Rocks.

-------------------------------------
|Sun Stone - needed for 2 evolutions|
|Bellossom, Sunflora                |
-------------------------------------
There is one Sun Stone in Fire Red and Leaf Green on Island 6 in Ruin Valley.

There is also one Sun Stone in Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald in the Mossdeep
Space Center.

In Ruby, Emerald, Diamond, and Pearl an infinite supply of Sun Stones can be
found by stealing them from wild Solrock.

In Diamond and Pearl, Sun Stones can be found Underground as treasure.

In Fire Red, Leaf Green, and Sapphire, there is no way to gain an infinite
supply of Sun Stones.

--------------------------------------
|Metal Coat - needed for 2 evolutions|
|Steelix, Scizor                     |
--------------------------------------
There are two Metal Coats in Fire Red and Leaf Green.

One is on Island 5 in Memorial Pillar.

The other is received as a one-time prize for beating the Trainer Tower 
on Island 7 in Knockout Mode.

In Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald, Diamond, and Pearl, an infinite supply of Metal
Coats can be found by stealing from wild Magnemite.

In Diamond and Pearl, you can also steal Metal Coats from wild Magneton,
Beldum, Bronzor, and Bronzong.

In Fire Red and Leaf Green, there is no way to gain an infinite supply of 
Metal Coats.

-----------------------------------
|Up-Grade - needed for 1 evolution|
|Porygon2                         |
-----------------------------------
In Fire Red and Leaf Green, there are only two Up-Grades.

One is on 5 Island in the Team Rocket Base.

The other is received as a one-time prize for beating the Trainer Tower 
on Island 7 in Single Mode.

In Diamond and Pearl there is only one Up-Grade.

After getting the National Dex, go to Eterna City and talk to Professor Oak.
He will give you an Up-Grade.

There is no way to gain an infinite supply of Up-Grades in any version.

---------------------------------------
|Deepseatooth - needed for 1 evolution|
|Huntail                              |
---------------------------------------
In Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald, there is only one Deepseatooth.

You must first find the Scanner in the Abandoned Ship on Route 108. You must
then give the Scanner to Captain Stern in Slateport City. In exchange he will
let you choose one and only one of two choices:
-Deepseatooth
-Deepseascale

Once you choose one, the other will be unobtainable to you without trading
from another game.

In Diamond and Pearl, an infinite supply of Deepseatooths can be found by
stealing them from wild Carvanha and Sharpedo.

---------------------------------------
|Deepseascale - needed for 1 evolution|
|Gorebyss                             |
---------------------------------------
In Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald, there is only one Deepseascale.

You must first find the Scanner in the Abandoned Ship on Route 108. You must
then give the Scanner to Captain Stern in Slateport City. In exchange he will
let you choose one and only one of two choices:
-Deepseatooth
-Deepseascale

Once you choose one, the other will be unobtainable to you without trading
from another game.

In Diamond and Pearl, an infinite supply of Deepseascales can be found by
stealing them from wild Chinchou, Lanturn, and Relicanth.

--------------------------------------
|DragonScale - needed for 1 evolution|
|Kingdra                             |
--------------------------------------
There are two DragonScales in Fire Red and Leaf Green.

One can be found on 6 Island in the Water Path.

The other is received as a one-time prize for beating the Trainer Tower 
on Island 7 in Double Mode.

In Emerald, one DragonScale can be obtained by completing the in-game trade
in Pacifidlog Town. You must trade a Bagon for the trainer's Horsea. The 
Horsea will come with a DragonScale attached.

In Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald, an infinite supply of DragonScales can be
found by stealing them from wild Horsea and Bagon.

In Diamond and Pearl, an infinite supply of DragonScales can be found by
stealing them from wild Horsea, Seadra, Dratini, and Dragonair.

In Fire Red and Leaf Green, there is no way to gain an infinite supply of 
DragonScales.

--------------------------------------
|Dusk Stone - needed for 2 evolutions|
|Mismagius, Honchkrow                |
--------------------------------------
In Diamond and Pearl, an infinite supply of Dusk Stones can be found via the
Pickup ability, which Zigzagoon, Linoone, Meowth, Aipom, Phanpy, Teddiursa,
Munchlax, and Pachirisu have.

There is a 3% chance of Pickup finding a Dusk Stone when the Pokemon with
Pickup is level 31-40

There is a 5% chance of Pickup finding a Dusk Stone when the Pokemon with
Pickup is level 41-50

There is a 10% chance of Pickup finding a Dusk Stone when the Pokemon with
Pickup is level 51-100

---------------------------------------
|Shiny Stone - needed for 2 evolutions|
|Rosrade, Togekiss                    |
---------------------------------------
In Diamond and Pearl, an infinite supply of Shiny Stones can be found via the
Pickup ability, which Zigzagoon, Linoone, Meowth, Aipom, Phanpy, Teddiursa,
Munchlax, and Pachirisu have.

There is a 3% chance of Pickup finding a Shiny Stone when the Pokemon with
Pickup is level 41-50

There is a 5% chance of Pickup finding a Shiny Stone when the Pokemon with
Pickup is level 51-60

There is a 10% chance of Pickup finding a Shiny Stone when the Pokemon with
Pickup is level 61-100

--------------------------------------
|Dawn Stone - needed for 2 evolutions|
|Gallade, Froslass                   |
--------------------------------------
In Diamond and Pearl, an infinite supply of Dawn Stones can be found via the
Pickup ability, which Zigzagoon, Linoone, Meowth, Aipom, Phanpy, Teddiursa,
Munchlax, and Pachirisu have.

There is a 3% chance of Pickup finding a Dawn Stone when the Pokemon with
Pickup is level 51-60

There is a 5% chance of Pickup finding a Dawn Stone when the Pokemon with
Pickup is level 61-70

There is a 10% chance of Pickup finding a Dawn Stone when the Pokemon with
Pickup is level 71-100

-------------------------------------
|Oval Stone - needed for 1 evolution|
|Chansey                            |
-------------------------------------
In Diamond and Pearl, an infinite supply of Oval Stones can be found
Underground as treasure.

Oval Stones can also be found by stealing them from wild Chansey.

-------------------------------------
|Razor Claw - needed for 1 evolution|
|Weavile                            |
-------------------------------------
In Diamond and Pearl, one Razor Claw can be found in Victory Road.

An infinite supply of Razor Claws can be found by buying them in the Battle
Tower for 48 BP

-------------------------------------
|Razor Fang - needed for 1 evolution|
|Gliscor                            |
-------------------------------------
In Diamond and Pearl, one Razor Fang can be found in front of the Battle Tower.

There is no way to gain an infinite supply of Razor Fangs in any version.

-------------------------------------
|Electrizer - needed for 1 evolution|
|Electivire                         |
-------------------------------------
In Diamond and Pearl, an infinite supply of Electrizers can be found by
stealing them from wild Elekid and Electabuzz.

-------------------------------------
|Magmarizer - needed for 1 evolution|
|Magmortar                          |
-------------------------------------
In Diamond and Pearl, an infinite supply of Magmarizers can be found by
stealing them from wild Magby.

---------------------------------------
|Reaper Cloth - needed for 1 evolution|
|Dusknoir                             |
---------------------------------------
In Diamond and Pearl, there is one Reaper Cloth on Route 229.

An infinite supply of Reaper Cloths can be found after catching Giratina. Go
through Turnback Cave again to the place where Giratina was. There will be a
Reaper Cloth there if you get there within 3 rooms.

------------------------------------
|Protector - needed for 1 evolution|
|Rhyperior                         |
------------------------------------
In Diamond and Pearl, there is one Protector on Route 228.

There is no way to gain an infinite supply of Protectors in any version.

---------------------------------------
|Dubious Disc - needed for 1 evolution|
|Porygon-Z                            |
---------------------------------------
In Diamond and Pearl, there is one Dubious Disc on Route 225.

There is no way to gain an infinite supply of Dubious Discs in any version.

------------------------------------------
|Sea Incense - needed for 1 pre-evolution|
|Azurill                                 |
------------------------------------------
In Fire Red and Leaf Green a Sea Incense can be found on Island 5 in the Lost
Cave.

In Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald, a Sea Incense can be found on Mt. Pyre.

In Diamond and Pearl, a Sea Incense can be found on Route 204.

An infinite supply of Sea Incenses is both impossible and unnecessary.

------------------------------------------
|Lax Incense - needed for 1 pre-evolution|
|Wynaut                                  |
------------------------------------------
In Fire Red and Leaf Green, a Lax Incense can be found on Island 5 in the Lost
Cave.

In Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald, a Lax Incense can be found on Mt. Pyre.

In Diamond and Pearl, a Lax Incense can be found on Route 225. 

An infinite supply of Lax Incenses is both impossible and unnecessary.

------------------------------------------
|Odd Incense - needed for 1 pre-evolution|
|Mime Jr.                                |
------------------------------------------
In Diamond and Pearl, an Odd Incense can be found in Solaceon Ruins.

An infinite supply of Odd Incenses is both impossible and unnecessary.

-------------------------------------------
|Full Incense - needed for 1 pre-evolution|
|Munchlax                                 |
-------------------------------------------
In Diamond and Pearl, a Full Incense can be found in Veilstone City.

An infinite supply of Full Incenses is both impossible and unnecessary.

-------------------------------------------
|Luck Incense - needed for 1 pre-evolution|
|Happiny                                  |
-------------------------------------------
In Diamond and Pearl, a Luck Incense can be found on the Ravaged Path.

An infinite supply of Luck Incenses is both impossible and unnecessary.

-------------------------------------------
|Pure Incense - needed for 1 pre-evolution|
|Chingling                                |
-------------------------------------------
In Diamond and Pearl, a Pure Incense can be found on Route 221.

An infinite supply of Pure Incenses is both impossible and unnecessary.

-------------------------------------------
|Rock Incense - needed for 1 pre-evolution|
|Bonsly                                   |
-------------------------------------------
In Diamond and Pearl, a Rock Incense can be found in Fuego Ironworks.

An infinite supply of Rock incenses is both impossible and unnecessary.

-------------------------------------------
|Rose Incense - needed for 1 pre-evolution|
|Budew                                    |
-------------------------------------------
In Diamond and Pearl, a Rose Incense can be found on Route 212.

An infinite supply of Rose Incenses is both impossible and unnecessary.

-------------------------------------------
|Wave Incense - needed for 1 pre-evolution|
|Mantyke                                  |
-------------------------------------------
In Diamond and Pearl, a Wave Incense can be found on Route 210.

An infinite supply of Wave Incenses is both impossible and unnecessary.

----------------------------------------------------
|Beauty increasing berries - needed for 1 evolution|
|Milotic                                           |
----------------------------------------------------
The following berries increase beauty enough to make Feebas evolve when made
into Pokeblocks or Poffins:

#12: Wiki Berry
#22: Kelpsy Berry
#24: Hondew Berry
#27: Cornn Berry
#32: Pamtre Berry
#37: Ganlon Berry

Berry Locations in Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald:
The Berry Master's house is on Route 123.

Wiki   - If your Trainer ID ends with 1 or 6, the girl on Route 120, near
         Route 121 will give you one Wiki Berry.

Kelpsy - Route 115
       - Randomly from Kiri in Sootopolis City
       - Randomly from Berry Master

Hondew - Route 119
       - Randomly from Kiri in Sootopolis City
       - Randomly from Berry Master

Cornn  - Randomly from Kiri in Sootopolis City
       - Randomly from Berry Master

Pamtre - Say the phrase "CHALLENGE CONTEST" to the Berry Master's wife.
         
Ganlon - In Colosseum and XD, buy one at Mt. Battle for 15,000 PokeCoupons.
         The Jirachi obtained from the US Colosseum Bonus Disk will be holding
         a Ganlon Berry 50% of the time.

Berry Locations in Diamond and Pearl:
The Berry Master's house is on Route 208

Wiki - Route 210
     - Route 215
     - Randomly from Berry Master
     - Prize at Pal Park

Kelpsy - Fuego Ironworks
       - Randomly from Berry Master
       - Prize at Pal Park

Hondew - Route 221
       - Randomly from Berry Master
       - Prize at Pal Park

Cornn - Randomly picked up by your Pokemon in Amity Square

Pamtre - Randomly picked up by your Pokemon in Amity Square

Ganlon - Can be bought in Pokemon Battle Revolution for 38,400 PokeCoupons.

Now that you have the materials, for more information on evolving Feebas,
please see the Feebas/Milotic Section.


**************************
Happiness Evolution [HAPP]
**************************

--------------------------------------------
|Happiness - needed for 14 evolutions      |
|Crobat, Togetic, Espeon, Umbreon, Blissey,|
|Pikachu, Marill, Jigglypuff, Clefairy     |
|Roselia, Lopunny, Chimecho, Snorlax,      |
|Lucario                                   |
--------------------------------------------

Some Pokemon evolve only by nearly maxing out their Happiness. This section
will deal with ways to increase Happiness as quickly as possible.

1) Equip a Soothe Bell
The Soothe Bell can be found in all five GBA games and is an invaluable tool
to evolving Happiness pokemon as quickly as possible.

In Fire Red & Leaf Green it can be found by using the Itemfinder in Pokemon
Tower on the spot where Mr. Fuji stood when you found him while going through
the main story.

In Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald it can be found in Slateport City.

The Soothe bell increases the effect of everything that increases a Pokemon's
Happiness points by 1.5x.

2) Walk/Bike around
Each step you take with your target Pokemon in your party goes towards
raising its Happiness. This is the slowest way.

3) Battle with your Pokemon
Winning battles does not increase happiness, but gaining levels does.
Alternatively, you can feed your target Pokemon Rare Candies to speed the
process up a bit. This is the 2nd fastest way.

4) Vitamins
This way is tied with berries as the fastest way, but is not as desirable
because you can only feed a Pokemon a finite number of vitamins, and you can
mess up your Pokemon's EVs this way if you don't keep track of what you are
doing.

Simply feed your Pokemon any of these items and its happiness will increase:
-HP Up
-Iron
-Carbos
-Zinc
-Calcium
-Protein

5) Berries
This way is available only in the Emerald version and is by far the fastest
way to evolve your Pokemon. Simply grow a bunch of berries from this list:

#21 Pomeg
#22 Kelpsy
#23 Qualot
#24 Hondew
#25 Grepa
#26 Tamato

and then feed your Pokemon around 10 or 15 of them. After that, either battle
until you gain a level or save the game and feed them one Rare Candy. If they
don't evolve, reset and reload so you haven't wasted a Rare Candy, then feed
a few more berries and try again.

Unlike Vitamins, you can feed your Pokemon berries until their happiness is
completely maxed out whether it will affect EVs or not.

Espeon & Umbreon deserve special mention in this section since they are
unobtainable unless you trade an Eevee from Fire Red or Leaf Green to Ruby,
Sapphire, or Emerald first. THEN you can evolve the Eevee via Happiness.

The reason Eevee cannot evolve into Espeon or Umbreon in Fire Red or Leaf
Green is that those two games do not have a running clock, and thus no "AM"
or "PM" exists in those games. As it says in the master list, time of day
affects which evolution you get. So instead of making it simply random or 
doing something to find a way around it, GameFreak decided to make it
impossible to evolve Eevee by happiness unless a running clock is present in
the game.

Also note that in Diamond and Pearl, Budew & Riolu will only evolve during the
day, and Chingling will only evolve during the night.

*********************************
Attack Knowledge Evolution [KNOW]
*********************************
In Diamond & Pearl, seven Pokemon will only evolve when they know a specific
attack when they level up. All of these moves are learned naturally through
leveling up the Pokemon that needs them to evolve.

They are all noted in the Master List, but I will provide more specific
information in this section.

Aipom evolves into Ambipom when it knows Double Hit at level up.
Aipom learns Double Hit at level 32.

Bonsly evolves into Sudowoodo when it knows Mimic at level up.
Bonsly learns Mimic at level 17.

Lickitung evolves into Lickilicky when it knows Rollout at level up.
Lickitung learns Rollout at level 33.

Mime Jr. evolves into Mr. Mime when it knows Mimic at level up.
Mime Jr. learns Mimic at level 18.

Piloswine evolves into Mamoswine when it knows AncientPower at level up.
Piloswine learns AncientPower when it evolves from Swinub, which occurs at
level 33. 

Tangela evolves into Tangrowth when it knows AncientPower at level up.
Tangela learns AncientPower at level 33.

Yanma evolves into Yanmega when it knows AncientPower at level up.
Yanma learns AncientPower at level 33.

When the Pokemon learns its evolution trigger attack, it will evolve
immediately if that attack was learned by level up.

For example, if Aipom reaches level 32, then learns Double Hit, it will
immediately evolve into Ambipom. It will not have to learn the move first and
then level up to 33 in order to evolve.

If you have a Pokemon whose level is higher than the level they learn their
evolution trigger attack, simply use the Move Relearner who is located in
Pastoria City. Give him a Heart Scale, which can be found by digging
underground, and he will teach your Pokemon any of their old moves.

Once you learn the evolution trigger attack via the Move Relearner, you will
have to level up the Pokemon in order to evolve.


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Location Evolution [WHER]
*************************
In Diamond and Pearl, four Pokemon can only evolve by leveling up in certain
areas. These areas are listed in the Master List.

The Pokemon can level by battling or by using a Rare Candy. It makes no
difference.

Eevee evolves into Leafeon by leveling up near Moss Rock, which is in the
northwestern corner of Eterna Forest.

Eevee evolves into Glaceon by leveling up near Ice Rock, which is in the
northeastern corner of Route 217.

Magneton evolves into Magnezone by leveling up anywhere inside Mt. Coronet.

Nosepass evolves into Probopass by leveling up anywhere inside Mt. Coronet.


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Evolving Tyrogue [HIT3]
***********************
Tyrogue is a pokemon with a very strange evolutionary behavior.

In the 3rd Generation games, to obtain a Tyrogue, you must first either get a
Hitmonlee or Hitmonchan. To do that, simply beat the Fighting Dojo in Saffron
City in Fire Red or Leaf Green. The leader will let you choose one.

After getting Hitmonlee or Hitmonchan, breed one of them with Ditto and a
Tyrogue will hatch from the egg.

In Diamond & Pearl, Tyrogue can be found 12% on Route 208 or 211 Eterna City
side by using the Pokeradar.

When Tyrogue reaches Level 20, the game checks to see the relationship
between his attack and his defense and makes a choice based on that as to
which of his three possible evolutions will happen. This is how the game
makes that choice:

If Attack > Defense, you will get Hitmonlee.
If Defense > Attack, you will get Hitmonchan.
If Attack = Defense, you will get Hitmontop.

From just looking at that, it seems as though it would take a great amount
of luck to ever get a Hitmontop. That thankfully is not the case. All it takes
is some basic knowledge of how stats work and 19 or less Rare Candies and you
will be guaranteed to get the Tyrogue evolution of your choosing.

To understand why this works I need to touch *VERY* briefly on "EVs". Since
this guide is not intended for competitive battling or raising strong 
Pokemon, I will not go into great detail. There are other places that have
done that already. I will simply say this:

-EVs are tied to each stat.
-at least one EV is gained every time a Pokemon gains experience.
-at level 100, four EVs will be equal to one stat point.
-each Pokemon you can battle gives a specific type of EV

-Tangela gives 1 Defense EV, and can be found 100% on Route 21 in Fire Red
 and Leaf Green.
-Duskull gives 1 Defense EV, and can be found 100% in Mt. Pyre 1F in Ruby.
-Clamperl gives 1 Defense EV, and can be found 65% underwater in Routes 124
 and 126 in Sapphire & Emerald. I strongly recommend you use Sweet Scent while
 searching for any Pokemon underwater.
-Geodude and Hippopotas both give 1 Defense EV and only those Pokemon can be
 found in the Ruin Maniac's Cave in Diamond and Pearl.

-Paras gives 1 Attack EV, and can be found 100% in Mt. Moon B1 in Fire Red and
 Leaf Green.
-Shuppet gives 1 Attack EV, and can be found 100% in Mt. Pyre 1F in Sapphire
 and Emerald.
-Carvanha gives 1 Attack EV, and can be found 100% by fishing with the Super
 Rod on Route 119 in Ruby.
-Gyarados gives 2 Attack EVs, and can be found 100% by fishing with the Super
 Rod in Victory Road B1 in Diamond and Pearl.
-Bibarel gives 2 Attack EVs, and can be found 45% at Lake Valor in Diamond
 and Pearl.

-Diglett and Dugtrio both give no Attack or Defense EVs and only those Pokemon
 can be found in Diglett's Cave in Fire Red and Leaf Green.
-Smeargle gives no Attack or Defense EVs and can be found 100% in Artisan's
 Cave in Emerald.
-Zubat, Golbat, Spheal, and Snorunt all give no Attack or Defense EVs and only
 those Pokemon can be found in Shoal Cave in Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald.
-Golbat gives no Attack or Defense EVs and can be found 100% by Surfing in
 Victory Road B1 in Diamond and Pearl.

This information gives us the simple strategy of making Tyrogue into 
whichever evolution we choose.
1) Catch a Tyrogue or hatch one from an egg.
2) Save
3) Use the Rare Candies on Tyrogue and see what he will evolve into
4) If it is what you want, great. If not look at its stats before
   resetting the game. Do you need to gain more Attack or more Defense?
5) Reset the game. If you have the right stats for the evolution you want,
   Skip to Step 8.
6) Based on your answer in step 4, fight at least four 
   Tangela/Duskull/Clamperl/Geodude/Hippoppotas or four 
   Paras/Shuppet/Carvanha or two Gyarados/Bibarel.
7) Repeat steps 2-6 until you evolve into what you want, then reset again if
   you want to save all of your Rare Candies. Otherwise stop here.
8) Go to the place that gives no Attack or Defense EVs and train there until
   Level 20. Your Tyrogue will evolve into what you want.



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Evolving Wurmple [BUDU]
***********************
This is more of a note than a Section. Wurmple evolves at Level 7.
It will evolve into either Silcoon or Cascoon by a 50-50 chance.

This is COMPLETELY random. It does not depend on Gender, Time of Day, 
Nature, Stats, or anything else.

Each particular Wurmple will always evolve into the same thing. Resetting and
reloading does not change what it will evolve into.

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Evolving Mantyke [MTYK]
***********************
Mantyke also has a strange evolution behavior. The only way to evolve Mantyke
into Mantine is to level up Mantyke while you have a Remoraid in your party.

The Remoraid will not disappear, and the stats, gender, or anything else about
the Remoraid are completely irrelevant.


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Feebas & Milotic [ARGH]
***********************
The way to catch a Feebas is the most evil thing ever introduced by any
programmer in any Pokemon game ever.

Since you want to fill your Pokedex, it must be done. Here are the facts:

-Feebas cannot be found in Fire Red or Leaf Green.

---------------------------------------
This is for Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald
---------------------------------------
-Feebas is found in only 6 out of the 400+ tiles of water on Route 119
-In the tiles where it can be found, Feebas is Very Common while using 
 any rod including the Old Rod.
-The 6 tiles are re-randomized every time the "Trendy Phrase" in Dewford Town
 is changed.
-The phrase itself is unimportant, only the fact that it changed will make the
 tiles re-randomize.

To be very clear:
!!!THERE IS NO CERTAIN PHRASE THAT MAKES CATCHING FEEBAS EASIER!!!

Your best bet is to get a Pokemon that knows False Swipe and some kind of 
sleep-inducing move and put that one in your lead. Now get a Pokemon with Surf
and Waterfall and a bunch of Pokeballs (Great or Ultra or whatever) and you're
set to go Feebas hunting.

Fish five times in each tile of Route 119's water using the Old Rod until you
find a Feebas. When you finally find one, either memorize the tile or just 
catch ALOT of them right then and there. I recommend doing both if you can.

To be on the safe side, catch at least one male and one female Feebas and then
rest a bit. The worst is over.

-----------------------------
This is for Diamond and Pearl
-----------------------------
Finding Feebas in Diamond and Pearl is even worse than in Ruby, Sapphire, and
Emerald.

-Feebas is found on only 4 out of the 800+ water tiles in the Basement of
 Mt. Coronet.
-In the tiles where it can be found, Feebas is Very Common while using any
 rod including the Old Rod
-The 4 tiles are re-randomized every single day.
-There is nothing you can do to stop the tiles from re-randomizing, so you
 must search for Feebas in a single day. At the end of each day all the
 process of elimination work you do is worthless.

Obviously our strategy is going to be almost the same as it was in Ruby, 
Sapphire, and Emerald. The main difference is that you pretty much have to
make sure that you have nothing to do that day and start very early in the
morning. It will take a few hours to search through every tile and if you're
very unlucky you won't find Feebas until the last four tiles.

To find the correct water to search in:
-Fly to Celestic Town
-Set up your party with a good Catcher Pokemon in the lead, and make sure you
 have all the HMs in your party for convenience.
-Go east into Mt. Coronet
-Go north and then down the stairs
-Go west and you will be in the basement
-Continue west until you can go north
-Stay next to the wall to your right until you can go down stairs again
-You should see a watery area. I hope you like it here because you'll be
 spending a lot of time here. Get to fishing.
-Fish 5 times in a single tile with the Old Rod. If you don't find Feebas
 move on.

Catch as many Feebas as you feel like once you find the right tile. Chances
are you'll never have the opportunity to catch wild Feebas again 
afterwards.



Now you want to evolve that Feebas into Milotic.

In order to do so, you'll have to nearly max out your Feebas' Beauty stat. The 
way to raise contest stats in Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald is by making berries
into Pokeblocks and feeding them to your Pokemon. In Diamond and Pearl, you
make berries into Poffins and feed them to your Pokemon. In the Evolution
Materials section is a list of berries that will be most useful in evolving a
Feebas and their locations. Go get some and then grow more. You will need 12
of them in total. Ganlon berries are the best, followed closely by Pamtre.
Don't ever use your last one of the best berry you have. Plant it and
grow more.

Once you have your berries, 
In Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald, start making Pokeblocks in Lilycove City.
In Diamond and Pearl, start making Poffins in Hearthome City.

Once you have your Pokeblocks or Poffins, make sure that your Feebas is one
of these natures for the easiest time evolving it:
-Rash
-Quiet
-Modest
-Mild

These natures will work, but will give you the hardest time:
-Impish
-Careful
-Adamant
-Jolly

All other natures will work, and will be somewhere in the middle as far as
ease of evolution.

After finding a Feebas with your desired nature, it's simple:
-Save
-Feed Feebas all the Pokeblocks or Poffins
-Level Feebas up one time
-What? Feebas is evolving!
-Congratulations! Your Feebas evolved into Milotic!

If Feebas doesn't evolve, reset and reload. Make some better Pokeblocks or
Poffins and try again.

Good luck.


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28 Unown [UNOW]
***************
In Fire Red and Leaf Green on Island 7 to the far south are the Tanoby Ruins.
In these ruins only Unown can be caught. Before you can access the ruins, you
must solve the Tanoby Key puzzle which is a bit further north than the ruins.
Once the puzzle is solved, all the chambers will be open and each Unown will
be catchable.

The chambers all have names to distinguish them, and each chamber holds 
distinct types of Unown. The names of the chambers are, from left to right:

Rixy (Bottom), Viapois (Top), Scufib, Dilford, Weepth, Liptoo, Monean

The Unown encounter rates for each type are listed here:

Unown "A" - 99% in Monean Chamber
Unown "B" - 2% in Rixy Chamber
Unown "C" - 50% in Liptoo Chamber
Unown "D" - 30% in Liptoo Chamber
Unown "E" - 2% in Weepth Chamber
Unown "F" - 13% in Scufib Chamber
Unown "G" - 25% in Scufib Chamber
Unown "H" - 14% in Liptoo Chamber
Unown "I" - 8% in Weepth Chamber
Unown "J" - 20% in Dilford Chamber
Unown "K" - 2% in Scufib Chamber
Unown "L" - 20% in Dilford Chamber
Unown "M" - 8% in Rixy Chamber
Unown "N" - 60% in Weepth Chamber
Unown "O" - 1% in Liptoo Chamber
Unown "P" - 40% in Dilford Chamber
Unown "Q" - 6% in Dilford Chamber
Unown "R" - 14% in Dilford Chamber
Unown "S" - 30% in Weepth Chamber
Unown "T" - 20% in Scufib Chamber
Unown "U" - 5% in Liptoo Chamber
Unown "V" - 50% in Rixy Chamber
Unown "W" - 30% in Rixy Chamber
Unown "X" - 10% in Rixy Chamber
Unown "Y" - 40% in Scufib Chamber
Unown "Z" - 99% in Viapois Chamber
Unown "?" - 1% in Monean Chamber
Unown "!" - 1% in Viapois Chamber

*placeholder* for Unown in DP*


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Stationary Kecleon [INVI]
*************************
In the 3rd Generation games, Kecleon has a disgustingly low encounter rate in
all three versions in which it is catchable. To help with this, there are a 
few Kecleon that are just sitting there like Legendaries or Snorlax that you
can battle whenever you want. Of course each battle is one-time only and once
you use up your stationary Kecleon, you're stuck searching the grass the next
time you want to battle one.

Two of them are required to be fought to get through the main story:
-Blocking the way to the Fortree Gym
-Blocking the bridge on Route 120

There are four more that can be battled whenever you like:
-Route 119, west of Fortree, in the alcove below the berries.
-Route 119, west of Fortree, above the northern waterfall, blocking the way
 to the Secret Bases in the NW corner.
-Route 120, east of Fortree, blocking the way to the Secret Base by the water
 heading to Scorched Slab.
-Route 120, east of Fortree, in the tall grass maze on the West intersection.


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Reviving Fossils [FOSL]
***********************
There are fossils in every game, and there is also a place to turn those
fossils into Pokemon that you cannot obtain by any other means.

In Ruby and Sapphire, you can choose between the Claw Fossil and the Root
Fossil in the Mirage Tower. These can be brought to life in Rustboro City on
the 2nd floor of the Devon Corporation building.

In Emerald, you can choose between the Claw Fossil and the Root Fossil in the
Mirage Tower. You can get the other fossil in the Desert Underpass after
becoming Champion. These can be brought to life in Rustboro City on the 2nd
floor of the Devon Corporation building.

In Fire Red and Leaf Green, you can choose between the Helix Fossil and the
Dome Fossil at Mt. Moon. You also can get the Old Amber in Pewter City. These
can be brought to life on Cinnabar Island.

In Diamond, you can find Skull Fossils by digging underground. You can also
find every type of fossil from the 3rd Generation games by digging underground
after you get the National Dex. These can be brought to life in Oreburgh City
in the Museum.

In Pearl, you can find Armor Fossils by digging underground. You can also find
every type of fossil from the 3rd Generation games by digging underground
after you get the National Dex. These can be brought to life in Oreburgh City
in the Museum.

The Claw Fossil becomes Anorith.
The Root Fossil becomes Lileep.
The Dome Fossil becomes Kabuto.
The Helix Fossil becomes Omanyte.
The Old Amber becomes Aerodactyl.
The Skull Fossil becomes Cranidos.
The Armor Fossil becomes Shieldon.


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Digging For Spiritomb [SPIR]
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Legendary Gerbils [DOGZ]
************************
The trio of Entei, Raikou, and Suicune are known as the dogs, cats, etc. The
debate got out of hand and someone called them gerbils. The name basically
stuck. They're gerbils. Whatever.

The difficulty of catching them depends on what games you own.

In Fire Red and Leaf Green, only one of the gerbils is obtainable per game.
They will appear randomly in the wild after you obtain the National Dex
based on which starter you choose at the beginning of the game.

-If you choose Bulbasaur as your starter, Entei will be in the wild.
-If you choose Charmander as your starter, Suicune will be in the wild.
-If you choose Squirtle as your starter, Raikou will be in the wild.

Your best choice for catching it would be to use your Master Ball, but if 
you've already used it you'll need some other help. Since Entei and Raikou
both know Roar when you are trying to catch them, they will need more attention
than Suicune to catch. Because of this, I have split this part up into a 
Suicune strategy followed by one for Entei & Raikou.

---
Follow this for Suicune only!

-get a male Ledyba and a female Spinarak. Both are available in both
 Fire Red and Leaf Green.
-Level Ledyba until it learns Baton Pass
-Breed the Ledyba with Spinarak
-Level the new Spinarak until it evolves into Ariados
-Continue to level Ariados to level 49, being sure to learn Spider Web

Another option is to let an Eevee learn Baton Pass by level, then evolve it
to an Umbreon to learn Mean Look, but that requires trading to either Ruby,
Sapphire, or Emerald to make the evolution happen.

Either way, this Pokemon is called the Trapper.

Now follow this:
-get a male scyther and female Paras
-Level Scyther until it learns False Swipe
-Breed the Scyther with Paras
-Level Paras to 100, evolving to Parasect and being sure to learn Spore
-If you want to be safer, use TM32 and teach Parasect Double Team

Two other options from other versions are a similar Breloom and Smeargle.

Either way, this Pokemon is called the Catcher.

Now buy a bunch of Super Repels. Max Repels are not needed, but normal Repels
are not good enough.

Go to the Vermillion City side of Diglett's Cave. Enter the cave and 
immediately exit. Use a Super Repel with your Trapper in the first position in
your party. Run over to Route 11 and run around in the grass until the repel
wears off. Go back into Diglett's Cave and repeat.

Within 50 tries you should encounter your beast. Use Spider Web immediately,
then Baton Pass to your Catcher. Follow normal capture procedure with Spore 
and False Swipe. Keep tossing those Ultra Balls and you'll get it without
trouble.
---

This is just to note that the strategy for catching Entei or Raikou will
of course work well on Suicune, but is not recommended.

---
Follow this for Entei or Raikou!

Roar is a tough move to deal with on a running Pokemon. If you wasted your
Masterball on something else you're in for some serious problems, especially
if you don't have access to Emerald.

If you do have access to Emerald, things will be a little easier on you.
Put together this Pokemon:

Lv. 100 Smeargle@BrightPowder
Jolly - 252 Speed EV, split other EVs between Def, Sp.Def, & HP
Mean Look
Ingrain
Spore
False Swipe

You can't use Repels because Smeargle is too high a level, so you'll have to
do this:

-Enter Diglett's Cave
-Exit Diglett's Cave
-Go East to Route 11 and fight 5 random battles
-If you don't find your beast, enter Diglett's Cave and repeat.

Here is how the strategy works:
-Brightpowder makes your opponent have a greater chance of missing you, so 
 Roar can possibly not work if he chooses it.
-Mean Look on the first turn to stop him from running.
-Ingrain on the second turn to completely stop Roar from working.
-Spore & False Swipe until he is asleep with 1 HP.
-Throw balls, using healing items if necessary.

If you do not have access to Emerald, your luck does not have to increase, only
your work.

First get a Trapper as described in the Suicune strategy.

Now your Catcher is limited to one choice:
Lv. 100 Electrode with Soundproof ability
Sonicboom
Flash
Double Team
Thunder Wave

I advise leveling your Trapper high enough to outspeed your target and then
using the same encounter strategy as for the Smeargle above.

Here is how the battle work:
-Since Brightpowder is not available in Fire Red or Leaf Green, give your
 Trapper a Lax Incense, which will give you a chance of keeping your target
 from Roaring you away.
-Mean Look on the first turn.
-Baton Pass to Electrode on the second turn.
-Double Team & Flash if you want to, this is purely optional.
-Thunder Wave for Paralysis.
-The strategy now splits as follows due to the variations in HP between the two
-For Entei, Sonicboom exactly eight times. If you use Sonicboom a ninth time, 
 you will have a 20 in 31 chance of Entei NOT fainting. Eight Sonicbooms will
 never faint a Wild Lv. 50 Entei.
-For Raikou, Sonicboom exactly seven times. If you use Sonicboom an eighth
 time, you will have a 10 in 31 chance of Raikou NOT fainting. Seven Sonicbooms
 will never faint a Wild Lv. 50 Raikou.

-Throw balls, using healing items if necessary.

Of course both strategies hinge on either your target not using Roar on the
first turn or your hold item helping to make Roar miss on the first turn. Once
you make it to the second turn, you have basically caught your beast.
---

In Pokemon Colosseum, all three gerbils are available to catch as Shadow 
Pokemon. You have infinite chances to catch all Shadow Pokemon in that game, 
so if you own that, it will make catching these things far easier.


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Random Dragons [LATI]
*********************
In Sapphire, Latias is catchable.
In Ruby, Latios is catchable.
In Emerald, one of your choosing is catchable.

In Emerald, after beating the Elite Four for the first time you will see a TV
broadcast mentioning a colored dragon, but the color will not come through
right. When your mom asks you the color you can choose RED or BLUE.
-If you choose RED, Latias will be in the wild.
-If you choose BLUE, Latios will be in the wild.

The Lati will only appear after you have beaten the Elite Four in any version.

Catching your Lati is very similar to catching your gerbil. I highly recommend
using the Master Ball here.

If you didn't, a similar strategy to the one above applies. However, unless
you are playing Emerald you don't have access to Spinarak, and you also cannot
get an Eevee without access to Fire Red or Leaf Green. So a "not as good"
method is needed here.

I recommend a Crobat with Mean Look and a weak attack like Astonish or Bite.
Another option is a Wobbuffet since it has the Shadow Tag ability.
Once you have these Pokemon, simply use normal catching routines of using weak
moves on your target, then throwing balls.

To encounter your Lati, one foolproof method is:
-FLY (not walk) to Lilycove City
-Go West to Route 121 and fight 5 random battles
-If your Lati doesn't show, FLY back to Lilycove repeat.

Another foolproof method is:
-Enter the house heading to the bike path just north of Slateport City
-Exit to Route 110 and fight 5 random battles
-If your Lati doesn't show, enter the house and repeat.

There is also the matter of Southern Island, which can only be reached via
the Eon Ticket, which is an E-Reader card. There you will find your other Lati
sitting still like a good little legendary, and it will be holding a Soul Dew.

There was a tour around the US at Toys R Us locations that ran from 
July 19, 2003 to September 1, 2003 where Eon Tickets were given out.


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Roaming Psychics [MSCS]
***********************
*placeholder*


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3 Kings [REGI]
**************
Before you can find and catch Regirock, Regice, and Registeel, you have to
complete a small yet annoying quest.

To finish this quest you will need:
-Relicanth
-Wailord
-Any Pokemon set that knows all of these moves:
     in Ruby or Sapphire: Surf, Dive, Dig, Fly, Strength
     in Emerald: Surf, Dive, Rock Smash, Flash, Fly, Dig

Due to many questions, I have added this part to this section:

--------------------------
|Getting Dig on a Pokemon|
--------------------------
The following Pokemon can learn Dig through level up:
-Diglett (Lv. 17)
-Nincada (Lv. 45)
-Trapinch (Lv. 41)

Dig is in TM28, which is in the Fossil Maniac's house which is located west
of Fallarbor Town.

The following Pokemon can learn Dig through TM28:
Charmander, Charmeleon, Charizard, Squirtle, Wartortle, Blastoise, Rattata,
Raticate, Ekans, Arbok, Pikachu, Raichu, Sandshrew, Sandslash, Nidoran-F,
Nidorina, Nidoqueen, Nidoran-M, Nidorino, Nidoking, Clefairy, Clefable,
Vulpix, Ninetales, Jigglypuff, Wigglytuff, Paras, Parasect, Diglett, Dugtrio,
Meowth, Persian, Psyduck, Golduck, Mankey, Primeape, Growlithe, Arcanine, 
Poliwag, Poliwhirl, Poliwrath, Machop, Machoke, Machamp, Geodude, Graveler,
Golem, Slowpoke, Slowbro, Grimer, Muk, Onix, Krabby, Kingler, Cubone, Marowak,
Lickitung, Rhyhorn, Rhydon, Kangaskhan, Pinsir, Eevee, Vaporeon, Jolteon,
Flareon, Kabutops, Mew, Quilava, Typhlosion, Totodile, Croconaw, Feraligatr,
Sentret, Furret, Ledyba, Ledian, Spinarak, Ariados, Cleffa, Igglybuff, 
Marill, Azumarill, Sudowoodo, Politoed, Aipom, Wooper, Quagsire, Espeon, 
Umbreon, Slowking, Pineco, Forretress, Dunsparce, Gligar,Steelix, Snubbull,
Granbull, Shuckle, Heracross, Sneasel, Teddiursa, Ursaring, Swinub, 
Piloswine, Corsola, Hitmontop, Raikou, Entei, Suicune, Larvitar, Pupitar,
Tyranitar, Treecko, Grovyle, Sceptile, Torchic, Combusken, Blaziken, Mudkip,
Marshtomp, Swampert, Poochyena, Mightyena, Zigzagoon, Linoone, Seedot, 
Nuzleaf, Shiftry, Ninjask, Shedinja, Makuhita, Hariyama, Skitty, Delcatty,
Sableye, Aron, Lairon, Aggron, Numel, Camerupt, Spinda, Trapinch, Vibrava,
Flygon, Zangoose, Seviper, Corphish, Crawdaunt, Baltoy, Claydol, Armaldo,
Kecleon, Regirock, Groudon

Kabuto can only learn Dig as an Egg Move.

Smeargle can learn Dig by Sketching it.

This is far more than enough information on getting Dig that the question
should never be asked again.

Fly to Pacifidlog Town and surf east to the strong current. It may take you a
few tries, but you are trying to reach the small patch of water where you can 
Dive. Just look at where it is as you pass it, you can figure out how to get 
there.

Once there, go in the cave. Proceed to the rock with braille on it. Then go
up to the surface.

Go to the back of the room and read the braille, then use Dig which will make
a door open. Continue on.

In Ruby or Sapphire:
Put Relicanth in front of your party and Wailord last. Read the braille in 
the middle of the room. An earthquake will unlock all the doors to the Regis.

In Emerald:
Put Wailord in front of your party and Relicanth last. Read the braille in 
the middle of the room. An earthquake will unlock all the doors to the Regis.

Now to find each Regi:

----------
|Regirock|
----------
Go to a small cave in the south of Route 111's desert.

In Ruby or Sapphire:
Read the braille, take two steps right, take two steps down, use Strength.

In Emerald:
Read the braille, take two steps left, take two steps down, use Rock Smash.

--------
|Regice|
--------
Inside a cave on a small island on Route 105.

In Ruby or Sapphire:
Read the braille, then wait for two full minutes.

In Emerald:
Read the braille, then walk around the room clockwise while staying next 
to the wall.

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|Registeel|
-----------
Inside a cave northwest of the Safari Zone.

In Ruby or Sapphire: 
Read the braille, go to the middle of the room and use Fly.

In Emerald:
Read the braille, go to the middle of the room and use Flash.


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The King Of Kings [GIGA]
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Dead Static? [ROTM]
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Weather Monsters (E) [KNGE]
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In Ruby and Sapphire, it is impossible to miss the encounter with Kyogre or
Groudon.

In Emerald, they are hidden a bit differently.

Anytime after each one is released, you can go to the second floor of the
Weather Institute on Route 118 where the scientist will tell you about
either severe sun or severe rain in a certain place.

The routes are randomly chosen from:
-Route 105
-Route 125
-Route 127
-Route 129

and are on an undetermined time limit. Once you are told where the severe
weather is, immediately go to that Route and search for the cave.

In sunlight, Groudon's Cave is somewhere on land.
In rain, Kyogre's Cave is somewhere underwater, so Dive is needed.

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Obtaining Mew [MEW1]
********************
In Emerald, a Nintendo event can give you access to the Old Sea Map, which
will allow you to go to Faraway Island and there you can capture a Mew.

On September 30, 2006, Toys R Us held a giveaway where you could obtain Mew.

These are the only known legit ways of obtaining a Mew.


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Obtaining Lugia [EXDE]
**********************
In Fire Red and Leaf Green, Lugia can be caught on Island 8 which you can get
to by having the Mystery Ticket. The Mystic Ticket can only be obtained 
through a Nintendo Event.

In Pokemon XD, Master Greevil will use a Shadow Lugia against you which you
can catch. In order to purify it and thus allow you to trade it, you must 
have all nine of the purification chambers running at maximum tempo. Once you
have that, put Lugia in the middle and it will be instantly purified and able
to be traded to any of your GBA games.

In order to get to maximum tempo, you must arrange the Pokemon in a way such
that each one of Pokemon's types is super effective to the next one. Here is
one example of a 9-Chamber Maximum Tempo set. If you set your chambers up like
this, you will be able to purify Shadow Lugia.

Chamber 1: Poliwrath > Aron > Pineco > Weepinbell
Chamber 2: Vulpix > Spinarak > Seedot > Shellder
Chamber 3: Zubat > Makuhita > Phanpy > Spheal
Chamber 4: Grimer > Shroomish > Golduck > Numel
Chamber 5: Beedrill > Hoppip > Hoppip > Butterfree
Chamber 6: Natu > Roselia > Sandshrew > Voltorb
Chamber 7: Venomoth > Tangela > Seel > Growlithe
Chamber 8: Wooper > Swinub > Paras > Hoppip
Chamber 9: Altaria > Hitmonlee > Aron > Nosepass

Another option comes from the fact that there is an infinite supply of
catchable Hoppip in XD. If you don't want to have to think about putting the
chambers together, simply catch 36 Hoppip and then put four in every chamber.
The Flying type being super effective to the Grass type will add to the tempo
for every chamber and max it out, thus making you able to purify Shadow Lugia.


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Obtaining Ho-oh [COLO]
**********************
In Fire Red and Leaf Green, Ho-oh can be caught on Island 8 which you can get
to by having the Mystic Ticket. The Mystery Ticket can only be obtained 
through a Nintendo Event.

In Pokemon Colosseum, first catch and purify all 48 Shadow Pokemon and
complete the main story. Once that is completed, if you compete in Mt. Battle
in Colosseum Mode using your party from story mode and defeat all 100 
trainers, Ho-oh will be sent directly to your PC ready to be traded.

Only one Ho-oh may be obtained per game save.

***********************
Obtaining Celebi [OJAA]
***********************
Celebi was given out at a Nintendo Event called Journey Across America. Thus
far that is the only legit way to have Celebi in America.

The only other way for an American to get Celebi without a cheating device is
to have a Japanese version of Pokemon Colosseum, and the Japanese Colosseum 
Bonus Disk, and a Japanese version of any GBA Pokemon game along with either
a Japanese Gamecube or something to allow Japanese games to run on an 
American Gamecube.

Next you must catch and purify all 48 Shadow Pokemon and complete the main
story in the Japanese version of Colosseum. Also get the GBA game to at least
where you can trade. Once that is complete you will be able to use the Bonus
Disk to get Celebi in Colosseum. Now trade Celebi into your Japanese GBA game,
then trade from that to your American GBA game.

Sounds like a lot of work and money for one Pokemon, eh?

Personally I'm fine with having that hole in my Pokedex.


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Obtaining Jirachi [COLB]
************************
Jirachi can be obtained using the Pokemon Colosseum US Bonus Disk that 
people in America got for pre-ordering the game. It is currently available
on eBay.

Transferring Jirachi to your GBA game does not require catching all 48 Shadow
Pokemon, or even owning Pokemon Colosseum at all. All that is needed is the
Bonus Disk, a GBA to GCN link cable, and one free space in your GBA game's
party.

First, in your GBA game, save in a Pokemon Center with one empty space in your
party, from there Jirachi will be transferred directly to your party in either
Ruby or Sapphire by connecting the GBA to the GCN and selecting "Special Gift
Jirachi" on the main screen of the Bonus Disk.

Note that this does NOT work when using Fire Red, Leaf Green, or Emerald.
Also note that only one Jirachi can be transferred per game save.

***********************
Obtaining Deoxys [XDNA]
***********************
In Fire Red and Leaf Green, Deoxys can be caught on Island 9 which you can 
get to by having the Aurora Ticket.
In Emerald the island can be accessed the same way, however, it is called
Birth Island. They are exactly the same place.

The Aurora Ticket can only be obtained through a Nintendo Event.

Aurora Tickets were given away during the Pokemon Rocks America Tour that
ran in 2004.

If you happen to have a legit Aurora Ticket, catching Deoxys is still a bit of
a chore. You must follow the triangle around the island until you can finally
battle Deoxys. If you follow these steps exactly you will be able to battle him

01) Approach the triangle from the bottom and press A
02) Press left 5 times, down 1 time, press A
03) Press right 5 times, up 5 times, press A
04) Press right 5 times, down 5 times, press A
05) Press up 3 times, left 7 times, press A
06) Press right 5 times, press A
07) Press left 3 times, down 2 times, press A
08) Press down 1 time, left 4 times, press A
09) Press right 7 times, press A
10) Press left 4 times, down 1 time, press A
11) Press up 4 times, save the game
12) Press A to battle Deoxys

If you make a mistake at any point you'll have to start over.


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Obtaining Manaphy [RNGR]
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Obtaining Darkrai [DARK]
************************
On July 14th, 2007, the 10th Pokemon Movie was released in Japan entitled
"Pokemon 10: Dialga vs. Palkia vs. Darkrai!". To celebrate the movie's release,
Nintendo held an event in Japan where they gave out Darkrai for the first time.
This is the first and as of now only time that Darkrai has been obtainable by
any means in any game.

Unfortunately, as of now Darkrai cannot be obtained through any legit means
whatsoever outside of Japan. Do not ask me for AR codes or anything similar.
Until a Nintendo Event is held to either give out Darkrai or give out the
Members Pass which gives access to Darkrai's event, there is no such thing as
Darkrai outside of Japan.


************************
Obtaining Shaymin [SHAY]
************************
Unfortunately, as of now Shaymin cannot be obtained through any legit means
whatsoever. Do not ask me for AR codes or anything similar. Until a Nintendo
Event is held to either give out Shaymin or give out Oak's Letter which gives
access to Shaymin's event, there is no such thing as Shaymin.


***********************
Obtaining Arceus [AGOD]
***********************
Unfortunately, as of now Arceus cannot be obtained through any legit means
whatsoever. Do not ask me for AR codes or anything similar. Until a Nintendo
Event is held to either give out Arceus or give out the Azure Flute which
gives access to Arceus's event, there is no such thing as Arceus.


******************
How to Fish [FISH]
******************
In order to catch some Pokemon you are required to go fishing.

In Fire Red and Leaf Green, fishing is a simple matter of getting the Rod and
using it on water.

Here are the Rod locations in Fire Red and Leaf Green:
Old Rod   - Vermillion City
Good Rod  - Fuschia City
Super Rod - Route 12 inside a house

In Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald, Diamond, and Pearl, fishing is a bit more involved
and annoying.

You get the Rod, use it on water, then watch the dots for a few seconds.
When it says "Oh! A bite!" you have to press A one time. Then you'll either
get into a battle or have to watch the dots again and repeat.

Here are the Rod locations in Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald:
Old Rod   - Dewford Town
Good Rod  - Route 118, across the water from Mauville City
Super Rod - Mossdeep City

Here are the Rod locations in Diamond and Pearl:
Old Rod   - Route 218
Good Rod  - Route 209
Super Rod - Fight Area after getting National Dex


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Safari Zone Areas [SFRI]
************************
The Fire Red and Leaf Green areas of the Safari Zone are numbered, but the only
way to tell which area you are in in-game is to read the signs which is not
only annoying but wastes your steps. This will tell you quickly how to get to
each area.

This will assume you've already been through once and gotten Surf, because if
you haven't gotten Surf yet you'll need to anyway to progress in the game.

Entrance - You start here
Area 1 - Go East from Entrance, or Southeast from Area 2
Area 2 - Go North from Entrance, Northwest from Area 1, or North from Area 3
Area 3 - Go West from Entrance, or Southwest from Area 2


In Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald, the areas are much easier to understand, but
for the sake of completeness I will explain them here. Note that the Extension
Area is only available in Emerald and only opens after becoming Champion.

Entrance - You start here
West Area - go West from Entrance
Mach Bike Area - There is a slope in the Safari Zone that you can only pass
                 using the Mach Bike. Pass that slope and go to the next area.
Acro Bike Area - There are bars in the Safari Zone that you can only cross by
                 using the Acro Bike's jump (Press a direction and B at the
                 same time). Pass the bars and go to the next area.
Extension Area - Go East from Entrance.


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In-Game Trades List [INGM]
**************************
This is simply a list of all the trades that can be made in each game with NPCs

------------------------
|Ruby/Sapphire Versions|
------------------------
Pacifidlog Town - Your Bellossom, their Corsola
Rustboro City - Your Slakoth, their Makuhita
Fortree City - Your Pikachu, their Skitty

------------------
|Fire Red Version|
------------------
Route 5 Underground Pass - Your Nidoran-M, their Nidoran-F
Route 11 - Your Nidorino, their Nidorina
Vermillion City, Your Spearow, their Farfetch'd
Cinnabar Island - Your Ponyta, their Seel
Cinnabar Island - Your Raichu, their Electrode
Route 18 - Your Golduck, their Lickitung
Cinnabar Island - Your Venonat, their Tangela
Route 2 - Your Abra, their Mr. Mime
Cerulean City - Your Poliwhirl, their Jynx

--------------------
|Leaf Green Version|
--------------------
Route 5 Underground Pass - Your Nidoran-F, their Nidoran-M
Route 11 - Your Nidorina, their Nidorino
Vermillion City, Your Spearow, their Farfetch'd
Cinnabar Island - Your Ponyta, their Seel
Cinnabar Island - Your Raichu, their Electrode
Route 18 - Your Slowbro, their Lickitung
Cinnabar Island - Your Venonat, their Tangela
Route 2 - Your Abra, their Mr. Mime
Cerulean City - Your Poliwhirl, their Jynx

-----------------
|Emerald Version|
-----------------
Battle Frontier - Your Skitty, their Meowth
Pacifidlog Town - Your Bagon, their Horsea
Rustboro City - Your Ralts, their Seedot
Fortree City - Your Volbeat, their Plusle

*placeholder*

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Celadon Game Corner Pokemon [CELA]
**********************************
This is a list of all Pokemon that can be bought at the Celadon Game Corner
along with their costs.

------------------
|Fire Red Version|
------------------
Clefairy - Celadon Game Corner (500 Coins)
Abra - Celadon Game Corner (180 Coins)
Scyther - Celadon Game Corner (5500 Coins)
Porygon - Celadon Game Corner (9999 Coins)
Dratini - Celadon Game Corner (2800 Coins)

--------------------
|Leaf Green Version|
--------------------
Clefairy - Celadon Game Corner (750 Coins)
Abra - Celadon Game Corner (120 Coins)
Pinsir - Celadon Game Corner (2500 Coins)
Porygon - Celadon Game Corner (6500 Coins)
Dratini - Celadon Game Corner (4600 Coins)



**************
Sources [SORC]
**************

Websites:
psypokes.com - their Pokedex has the exact encounter rates I was searching for
               for nearly a year.
             - list of all in-game trades.
serebii.net - wild Pokemon hold items, some item locations, Pal Park locations
Pokemon.com - method on catching Deoxys
bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net - time change for DP

Programs:
NetBattle - Info on which Pokemon can learn Dig
Ciro's Pokemon Maker - Info on Wild Lv. 50 Raikou & Entei's HP variation

FAQs from GameFAQs:
strawhat's Pokedex - countless factual bits that are easier to look up on his
                     dex rather than others
                   - info on which Pokemon can learn Dig
Johanass' Feebas/Milotic Guide - factual bits about natures for Feebas
ZeRo1093's Latias/Latios Guide - Latias/Latios catching strategy
iloveraigan's Regi Pokemon FAQ - factual parts of unlocking the Regis in R/S
dmon2's Fire Red/Leaf Green FAQ/Walkthrough - info on items from the Trainer
                                              Tower
Alexcalibur's EV Training Hotspot Guide - Tyrogue evo section DP spots
MetroidMoo's Safari Zone Map (GIF) - Safari Zone numbers info
pancakes771's Evolution Guide - Items locations for DP
CAHowell's FAQ/Walkthrough - Incense, berry, and rod locations for DP
                           - Feebas info for DP
Message Board postings from GameFAQs boards:
"Emerald Ingame FAQs and help topic v2" by imperfectluck, Emerald boards
-Emerald Regi info (posted by imperfectluck)

"WOOHOO! My FAQ is posted!" by Sp00nMan, Emerald boards
-Correction of my Jirachi information (posted by ZeldaFreak91)
-Correction of typo on Hoenn Starters section (posted by Blue_Collar_Man)
-Correction of Tentacool & Spoink's entries, some old version information was
  left in them. (posted by Pekusiili)
-A few corrections in the items section; Metal Coat, Up-Grade, and Dragon 
  Scale can be gotten again, also I didn't add King's Rock originally (posted
  by Pekusiili)
-Pointing out that King's Rocks can be purchased in the Battle Frontier
 (posted by apocryphal_doom)
-Correction on Pickup percentages for King's Rock (posted by Pekusiili)
-Reminder about Altering Cave for Zubat (posted by Pekusiili)
-Many typo corrections (posted by PiperStarfireGilmore)
-Correction about Wurmple (posted by PiperStarfireGilmore)
-Pokedex spot checking (posted by PiperStarfireGilmore)
-Eeveelution correction (posted by PiperStarfireGilmore)
-Wobbuffet & Snorlax corrections (posted by Xagnafo)
-Happiness notes (posted by PiperStarfireGilmore)
-Stationary Kecleon spots (posted by PiperStarfireGilmore)
-note to include Ganlon berry (posted by PiperStarfireGilmore)
-fix about Lugia in XD (posted by Magna_Angel)
-another typo (posted by HolyDragonFire)
-Maximum Flow Purification Chamber example (posted by megafierce)
-A huge problem with my Entei/Raikou strategy (posted by PiperStarfireGilmore)
-Info about events where Pokemon were given out (posted by neo_x_gamer)
-More notes on Jirachi (posted by neo_x_gamer)

"Trade evolutions and GCN games" by Sp00nMan, Emerald boards
-Confirmation that trade evolutions work when trading to GCN games (posted
  by Lord Necrodain)
-Further confirmation that item-hold trade evolutions work when trading to
  GCN games (posted by RisenTerran)

"Things Everyone Must Know Topic(Newbies especially). Keep Bumped." by 
Digitalcrash27, Fire Red boards
-Pickup info for all 5 versions. (posted by Digitalcrash27)

"Misc Pkmn Info 3.1" by tiakalla, Emerald boards
-Some info about keeping the gerbils from roaring (posted by ShadowsWrath0)

"Series Pokemon Catching Guide v3.0 (now with DP!)" by Sp00nMan,Emerald boards
-Many typos to fix (posted by YayECE)

"Help with Time of day for a FAQ credit" by Sp00nMan, Diamond boards
-reminding me bulbapedia exists for time of day (posted by Shedinjask)

an email from DChiuch pointing out an error in the Dusclops entry for Emerald.

and special thanks to an endless number of people who ask questions that
weren't in any guides prior to this being written. Now you can all be directed
to somewhere.


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Copyright Information [COPY]
****************************
This was thought of and written by me, SpoonMan.
No one can post this except GameFAQs.
Do not ask me to use the guide on any other website.
Anyone can use any of my information, just credit me.


************************************
Version History & Future Plans[MHV1]
************************************
Version 1.0 - 09/29/06: Finally finished after nearly a year of knocking this
                        around in my head! Submitted for the first time.

Version 1.01 - 10/02/06: *Very* small update. My Jirachi information was
                         incorrect. It is now fixed.

Version 1.02 - 10/02/06: Typo in Hoenn Starters fixed. Added a place for 
                         Geodude that doesn't need Rock Smash to work.

Version 1.1 - 10/03/06: A few small typos fixed. Added King's Rock to items
                        section. More sources credited. Added a spot for
                        the counts section. fixed section numbering.

Version 1.2 - 10/05/06: King's Rock factual errors fixed. All Hoenn Pokedex
                        numbers added to the Master List. A bigger than
                        necessary section on obtaining Dig was added to 
                        the Regi Catching Section.

Version 1.3 - 10/08/06: Wumple section factual errors fixed. Removed Section
                        numbers. Search terms are sufficient. Added to the
                        Tyrogue section. Added In-game trades & Celadon Game
                        Corner Pokemon.

Version 1.35 - 10/10/06: Fishing, Safari Zone, Soothe Bells, a fix about Eevee.
                         Not a big enough update for a full number.

Version 1.4 - 10/12/06: Locations of Wild Evolved Pokemon finished.

Version 2.0 - 10/13/06: An update so big it needed the full number increase.
                        FINISHED THE COUNTS SECTION! also...
                        Kecleon section added. Happiness section corrected.
                        Tyrogue section slightly expanded.

Version 2.1 - 10/19/06: More specific information on Lugia. Better notes about
                        Feebas & Milotic. Ganlon Berry mentioned. Tyrogue
                        section edited. Some typos fixed.

Version 2.2 - 10/24/06: Huge update on the Gerbils section. Roar sucks.
                        A few fixes with Event Pokemon and some typos.

Version 2.22 - 10/26/06: Extremely small update. Variation in Entei & Raikou's
                         HP was addressed in their catching strategy.

Version 2.3 - 11/28/06: Fixed Meowth's availability in Emerald, also fixed
                        counts section to reflect that. Added skeleton of
                        D/P Pokemon locations. Scrapped the Shadow Pokemon
                        Section plans.

Version 2.31 - 11/21/06: Small error fixed.

Version 2.32 - 2/12/07: Another small error fixed.

Version 2.33 - 3/20/07: US names have been released. List updated to
                        include them. Still waiting on the location data.
                        Added several placeholders.

Version 2.34 - 3/21/07: Added as many locations as I know at the moment.
                        More to come when psypokes or elsewhere posts good
                        data.

Version 3.0  - 9/10/07: Finished Master List! Removed counts section since it
                        is no longer valid. Added all new special sections that
                        will be needed to fully complete the guide. Finished
                        Darkrai, Shaymin, and Arceus sections. This is the
                        version to be submitted for listing in the D/P FAQs
                        section.

Version 3.1  - 9/17/07: Pal Park, Time of Day, Insertion, Swarms, and 
                        Pokeradar all updated. More to come as placeholders
                        continue to be filled.

Version 3.2 - 9/24/07: Time of Day, Great Marsh, Attack Knowledge, Location
                       Evolution, Tyrogue, Wurmple, Mantyke, Kecleon, and
                       Fossil sections all finished.

Version 3.3 - 3/1/08: Small Tyrogue edits, Evolution Materials section done!
                      Happiness section done! Feebas section done! More edits
                      to Wurmple section. Fishing section done.

Future Plans - Fill placeholders with actual info. This includes every single
               special section. I will be on the boards posting drafts of
               sections or asking for facts starting now. If anyone can help
               me you'll be credited.

Information that will help me finish the guide:
-specifics on getting spiritomb, since i traded for mine.
-any and all in-game trades in DP
-information on which honey trees are in which group (I plan on testing this)
-percentages of different unown in solaceon ruins (I plan on testing this)

Information I do not need, I just need time to write the sections:
-Roaming Psychics
-Regigigas
-Rotom
-Manaphy

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Contact Me [EMAL]
*****************
You can find me on the GameFAQs boards often as Sp00nMan.
My e-mail address is broken up to disallow spammers from easily getting to it:

The name is "SpoonMan54321" which is an address located on google's e-mail
server known as "gmail.com" If you can't figure out to add the @, you really
shouldn't be e-mailing me.

Any corrections or ideas for additions are welcome.

-SPOON!