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    Pokemon Platinum Walkthrough 
    
    By Peacemaker14
    
    Table of Contents
    1. Intro
    2. Legal Stuff
    3. The Game Intro
    4.0. Roarkís Gym
     4.1: Twinleaf Town
     4.2: Route 201
     4.3: Sandgem Town
     4.4: Route 202
     4.5: Jubilife City
     4.6: Route 203
     4.7: Oreburgh Gate
     4.8: Oreburgh City
     4.9: Oreburgh Mine
     4.10: Oreburgh Gym
    5.0. Gardeniaís Gym
     5.1: Jubilife City
     5.2: Route 204 
     5.3: Ravaged Path
     5.4: Route 204 
     5.5: Floaroma Town
     5.6: Valley Windworks
     5.7: Route 205 
     5.8: Eterna Forest
     5.9: Route 205 
     5.10: Eterna City
     5.11: Eterna Gym	
    6.0. Fantinaís Gym
     6.1: Team Galactic Building
     6.2: Cycling Road
     6.3: Route 206
     6.4: Route 207
     6.5: Mt. Coronet 
     6.6: Route 208
     6.7: Hearthome City
     6.8: Hearthome Gym
    7.0. Mayleneís Gym
     7.1: Route 209
     7.2: Lost Tower
     7.3: Solaceon Town
     7.4: Solaceon Ruins
     7.5: Route 210
     7.6: Route 215
     7.7: Veilstone City
     7.8: Veilstone Gym
    8.0. Crasher Wakeís Gym
     8.1: Galactic Warehouse
     8.2: Route 214
     8.3: Valor Lakefront
     8.4: Route 213
     8.5: Pastoria City
     8.6 Pastoria Gym
    9.0. Byronís Gym
     9.1: Route 210 
     9.2: Celestic Town
     9.3: Route 218
     9.4: Canalave City
     9.5: Canalave Gym
    10.0. Candiceís Gym
     10.1: Canalave City
     10.2: Lake Valor
     10.3: Lake Verity
     10.4: Mt. Coronet 
     10.5: Route 216
     10.6: Route 217
     10.7: Acuity Lakefront
     10.8: Snowpoint City
     10.9: Snowpoint Gym
    11.0. Volknerís Gym
     11.1: Lake Acuity
     11.2: Galactic HQ
     11.3: Mt. Coronet 
     11.4: Spear Pillar
     11.5: Torn World
     11.6: Spring Path
     11.7: Route 222
     11.8: Sunnyshore City
     11.9: Sunnyshore Gym
    12.0. The Elite Four
     12.1: Route 223
     12.2: Victory Road
     12.3: Pokemon League
     12.4: Elite Four Aaron
     12.5: Elite Four Bertha
     12.6: Elite Four Flint
     12.7: Elite Four Lucian
     12.8: Champion Cynthia
    13. Second Run
    14. Conclusion
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    1. Intro
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    Hello all! This is my first FAQ that Iím doing go easy if Iím doing 
    something wrong. First of all; I love Diamond and Pearl and Iím 
    strongly anticipating Platinum to come to the U.S so I spent most of my 
    days getting info or so much as a whisper on whatís going on and now it 
    has all come to this. Now as a heads-up; THEIR WILL BE SPOILERS. Many 
    spoilers and this will only just go up to the battle with the Champion. 
    When I put the wild pokemon Locations, it will be like this. (Pokemon-
    Where to Find-Chance to See It-Type) 
    
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    2. Legal Stuff
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    I am not with Nintendo, the Pokemon Company or etc. by any means. 
    Everything in this walkthrough is Copyright 2008 by Peacemaker 14. 
    (Though I do give most of the credit to Psypoke as I 
    found most of the information there). You cannot use this walkthrough 
    on your site unless I give the A-OK. So in other words; Hands-off 
    unless I say you can! Also you canít copy any part of this, you can 
    print it out if you like (Hey fool, you want to use up all your paper, 
    fine I wont stop you.) Alright then, now that this is all done with, 
    letís begin our adventure in Sinnoh!
    
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    3. The Game Intro
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    You will see the usual thing in Pokemon games: Professor comes up, 
    explains about Pokemon, you choose your gender, name, and then your 
    rivalís name. Now youíre ready to go.
    
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    4.0 Roarkís Gym
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    4.1: Twinleaf Town
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    Once the news is over, your rival will start talking to you. Go 
    downstairs and your Mom will talk to you too before you leave. Go to 
    the top-left house in the town, when you go to the front door your 
    rival will bump into you, but will go back inside. Follow him in and go 
    upstairs. Heíll then go outside to Route 201, follow him.
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    4.2: Route 201
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    --Route 201 Wild Pokemon----------------------------------------------- 
    *	Starly-Tall Grass-50%-Normal/Flying
    *	Bidoof- Tall Grass- 40%- Normal
    *	Kricketot- Tall Grass- 10%- Bug
    *	Growlithe- Fire Red in GBA slot- Fire
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    Professor Rowan will come to you both and will offer you a Pokemon: 
    Turtwig, Chimchar and Piplup.
    
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    --- Stats ---
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    Turtwig:
    Grass Type
    HP: 55
    ATK: 68
    DEF: 64
    SP. ATK: 45
    SP. DEF: 55
    SPD: 31
    EVO: Grotle at Lv18
              Torterra at Lv32
    Overall: Turtwig has the best Attack and Defense points compared to the 
    others, and once he goes to Torterra, heís part Ground type too. Now 
    this is what I choose in Diamond and itís been working out, the sad 
    thing is that he is hopelessly slow. Grotle also learns Bite at Lv21 so 
    you can have something for the third Gym. Turtwig is able to learn Dark 
    moves along with Grass and Earthquake when he evolves at Torterra, but 
    he has some common weaknesses like Fire and Bug. But he is also immune 
    to Electric types. I say Turtwig is a good choice for people that have 
    been playing for a while. 
    
    Chimchar:
    Fire Type
    HP: 44
    ATK: 58
    DEF: 44
    SP. ATK: 58
    SP. DEF: 44
    SPD: 61
    EVO: Monferno at Lv14
              Infernape at Lv36
    Overall: Speed is the trump card for Chimchar. He has a pretty good 
    Attack and Special Attack but the Defense and Special Defense are 
    pretty poor so youíre going to need some tough moves to give Chimchar. 
    When he gets to Monferno, he will be part Fighting type giving you an 
    advantage for the first gym. Infernape is an alright Pokemon, you got 
    your ups and downs. He can give quite a beat down on some of the other 
    types but has also acquired a weakness of Flying and Psychic type moves 
    from what youíll see from your rival. This guy is pretty good for 
    veteran players or those who want a challenge because he has some 
    disadvantages in most gyms.
    
    Piplup:
    Water Type
    HP: 53
    ATK: 51
    DEF: 53
    SP. ATK: 61
    SP. DEF: 56
    SPD: 40
    EVO: Prinplup at Lv16
              Empoleon at Lv36
    
    Overall: Piplupís Special Attack and Special Defense are better by a 
    little and the other stats are average. He also has a bigger array of 
    moves to learn also. Once heís Empoleon you will be part Steel type 
    giving you quite the advantage. Empoleon has only 3 weaknesses, 11 
    resistances and is immune to Poison-type attacks, and one of the 
    resistances is the legendary Dragon types. Youíll also start learning 
    Flying type moves periodically, which will take care of your weakness 
    to Fighting. This is a choice for beginners or those who want an easy 
    win.
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    Professor Rowan will take his leave and you and your rival will test 
    out your Pokemon. They are Lv5 and whatever Pokemon you choose, he will 
    choose the weakness of it.
    
    --Boss 1---Rival-------------------------------------------------------
    If you choose Turtwig: 
    *	Lv5 Chimchar: Fire
    o	Scratch, Leer
    If you choose Chimchar:
    *	Lv5 Piplup: Water: 
    o	Pound, Growl
    If you choose Piplup:
    *	Lv5 Turtwig: Grass 
    o	Tackle, Withdraw.
    
    Suggested Level: 5
    Advice: A very simple battle, keep hitting him and use Stat affecters 
    like Leer if needed.
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    After the battle you will be home, fully healed. Talk to your Mom and 
    she will give you the Running Shoes that will make you faster when you 
    hold down the B-button. Go to Route 201 and you will see your rival 
    again telling you to go to Lake Verity. Go left then up to the entrance. 
    At the lake you will see Cyrus who will talk to you and your rival 
    before leaving. You will then hear a cry a little later on. Now head 
    for Sandgem Town which is on the right of Route 201.
    
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    4.3: Sandgem Town
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    Youíll see Rowanís assistant when you arrive in Sandgem and will take 
    you to the lab to see Professor Rowan. He will give you a Pokedex then 
    leave and he will give you TM27-Return.
    
    Then the assistant will show you the two places youíll be using on the 
    journey: the Pokemon Center and the Pokemart. Then the assistant will 
    go to Route 202, but you need to go to Twinleaf to get the Journal key 
    item from your Mom and your rivalís mom will come to give you a package 
    you need to give to your rival. Once youíve gotten the items, head to 
    Route 202 which is north of Sandgem.
    
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    4.4: Route 202
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    --Route 202 Wild Pokemon-----------------------------------------------
    *	Shinx-Tall Grass-30%-Electric
    *	Bidoof-Tall Grass-40%-Normal
    *	Starly-Tall Grass-20%-Normal/Flying
    *	Kricketot-Tall Grass-10%-Bug
    *	Growlithe-Fire Red in GBA slot
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    The assistant will give a ďHow-ToĒ on catching Pokemon and will give 
    you 5 pokeballs. Now head north to Jubilife City.
    
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    4.5: Jubilife City
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    You will see the assistant and point you through the city, you will 
    also see the Detective here, and you will see him plenty of times. The 
    assistant will then take you to the Trainerís school, go inside and see 
    that your rival is there to, give him the package and you will get a 
    Town Map. Now leave and talk to the Poketch Company President. Then 
    find the three clowns in the city. One is close to the Pokemart, 
    another is outside the Poketch Company building, and the last is at the 
    TV Station. When you find them all, go to the President and he will 
    give you a Poketch. Now go to Route 203 which is right of Jubilife.
    
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    4.6: Route 203
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    --Route 203 Wild Pokemon-----------------------------------------------
    *	Starly-Tall Grass-35%-Normal/Flying
    *	Shinx-Tall Grass-25%-Electric
    *	Kricketot-Tall Grass-10%-Bug
    *	Bidoof-Tall Grass-15%-Normal
    *	Abra-Tall Grass-15%-Psychic
    *	Seedot-Ruby in GBA slot-Grass
    *	Lotad-Sapphire in GBA slot-Grass/Water
    *	Pineco-Emerald in GBA slot-Bug
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    Your rival will meet up with you once you go in the Route and will 
    challenge you to a match.
    
    --Boss 2---Rival-------------------------------------------------------
    If you choose Turtwig:
    *	Lv7 Starly-Normal/Flying
    o	Growl, Quick Attack
    *	Lv9 Chimchar-Fire
    o	Scratch, Leer
    If you choose Chimchar:
    *	Lv7 Starly-Normal/Flying
    o	Growl, Quick Attack
    *	Lv9 Piplup-Water
    o	Pound, Growl
    If you choose Piplup:
    *	Lv7 Starly-Normal/Flying
    o	Growl, Quick Attack
    *	Lv9 Turtwig-Grass
    o	Tackle, Withdraw
    
    Suggested Lv: 8
    Advice: You should be stronger right now and have caught some new 
    Pokemon for your team. Your rival now has a Starly in his arsenal and 
    he only knows Quick Attack for Attacking you. Just keep hitting his 
    team and do the same as your last battle, this wonít be too difficult.
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    Once that is over with go to the Oreburgh Gate thatís at the top-right 
    of the 203.
    
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    4.7: Oreburgh Gate
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    --Oreburgh Gate Wild Pokemon-------------------------------------------
    *	Zubat-Cave-50%-Poison/Flying
    *	Psyduck-Cave-35%-Water
    *	Geodude-Cave-15%-Rock/Ground
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    There will be a man at the entrance that will give you the HM06 that 
    will help you break cracked rocks around the world but youíll need the 
    first badge for that. Now just go straight ahead till youíre at 
    Oreburgh.
    
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    4.8: Oreburgh City
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    Once youíre out of the cave, you will be taken to the gym by a resident 
    of the city only to find your rival, telling you the gym is closed and 
    Roark is in the mine. The mine is in the southern part of Oreburgh.
    
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    4.9: Oreburgh Mine
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    --Oreburgh Mine 1st Floor & Basement Wild Pokemon-----------------------
    *	Geodude-Cave-65%-Rock/Ground
    *	Zubat-Cave-25%-Poison/Flying
    *	Onix-Cave-10%-Rock/Ground
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    Roark is in the deeper part of the Mine, youíll now itís him by the red 
    helmet he has on. Once you find him, talk to him, and then heíll go to 
    the Gym. Now leave the mines and go back to the Gym.
    
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    4.10: Oreburgh Gym
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    There are two trainers in the Gym, you can fight them before Roark or 
    you can go around them and only battle Roark.
    
    (--Boss 3---Oreburgh Gym Leader Roark---------------------------------)
    *	Lv12 Geodude-Rock/Ground
    o	Rock Throw, Stealth Rock
    *	Lv12 Onix-Rock/Ground
    o	Screech, Rock Throw, Stealth Rock
    *	Lv 14 Cranidos-Rock
    o	Headbutt, Leer, Pursuit
    
    Suggested Lv: 13
    Advice: Turtwig and Piplup can sweep through this Gym easily, Chimchar 
    will have some trouble with it though, you can catch a Psyduck from the 
    Gate or a Machop from Route 207, North of Oreburgh to help. This will 
    be dramatically easy if youíve been training hard enough and you 
    exploit the weaknesses.
    (/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////)
    
    Once you win, Roark will give you the Coal Badge and TM76-Stealth Rock. 
    Now head back to Jubilife.
    
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    5.0: Gardeniaís Gym
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    5.1: Jubilife City
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    Youíll see the Detective as you enter Jubilife, then head to Route 204.
    
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    5.2: Route 204 
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    --Southern Route 204 Wild Pokemon--------------------------------------
    *	Starly-Tall Grass-25%-Normal/Flying
    *	Bidoof-Tall Grass-25%-Normal
    *	Wurmple-Tall Grass-10%-Bug
    *	Kricketot-Tall Grass-10%-Bug
    *	Budew-Tall Grass-15%-Grass/Poison
    *	Shinx-Tall Grass-15%-Electric
    *	Zubat-Night-Poison/Flying
    *	Seedot-Ruby in GBA slot
    *	Lotad-Sapphire in GBA slot-Grass/Water
    *	Pineco-Emerald in GBA slot-Bug
    *	Caterpie-Fire Red in GBA slot-Bug
    *	Weedle-Leaf Green in GBA slot-Bug/Poison
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    You will see Professor Rowan and his assistant harassed by two Galactic 
    Grunts. Youíll team up with the assistant and Double Battle them. Once 
    you win, you will be given a Fashion Case from a random passerby. Go 
    North and youíll see a cave (Ravaged Path) go inside there.
    
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    5.3: Ravaged Path
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    --Ravaged Path Wild Pokemon--------------------------------------------
    *	Zubat-Cave-65%-Poison/Flying
    *	Psyduck-Cave-35%-Water
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    Youíll need to teach a Pokemon Rock Smash to get through the rocks 
    blocking the exit on the right.
    
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    5.4: Route 204
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    --Northern Route 204 Wild Pokemon--------------------------------------
    *	Starly-Tall Grass-25%-Normal/Flying
    *	Bidoof-Tall Grass-25%-Normal
    *	Wurmple-Tall Grass-10%-Bug
    *	Kricketot-Tall Grass-10%-Bug
    *	Budew-Tall Grass-15%-Grass/Poison
    *	Shinx-Tall Grass-15%-Electric
    *	Zubat-Night-Poison/Flying
    *	Seedot-Ruby in GBA slot
    *	Lotad-Sapphire in GBA slot-Grass/Water
    *	Pineco-Emerald in GBA slot-Bug
    *	Caterpie-Fire Red in GBA slot-Bug
    *	Weedle-Leaf Green in GBA slot-Bug/Poison
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    Nothing much here, just make your way to Floaroma Town up North.
    
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    5.5: Floaroma Town
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    Not much to do except heal your team and go right to the Valley 
    Windworks right of the Town.
    
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    5.6: Valley Windworks
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    --Valley Windworks Wild Pokemon----------------------------------------
    *	Shellos-Tall Grass-45%-Water
    *	Shinx-Tall Grass-25%-Electric
    *	Buizel-Tall Grass-25%-Water
    *	Pachirisu-Tall Grass-10%-Electric
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    Youíll see a girl standing in the middle of the path to the Windworks 
    talk to her then proceed to the Windworks. Once youíre there, youíll 
    see a Grunt guarding the door, battle him. Once you win, heíll go 
    inside and lock the door. Go back to the town and go North to the 
    meadow where two Grunts are harassing a man. Youíll battle them one at 
    a time and they will flee once you win and youíll be given the Works 
    Key and some Honey to attract Pokemon on big-yellowish trees. Go back 
    to the Works and open the door. Once youíre in a Grunt will see you and 
    alert the Commander. Fight your way through the Works and youíll meet 
    with Commander Mars holding the girlís father hostage.
    
    --Boss 4---Commander Mars----------------------------------------------
    *	Lv15 Zubat: Poison/Flying
    o	Toxic, Bite, Leech Life
    *	Lv17 Purugly: Normal
    o	Scratch, Faint Attack, Fake Out
    
    Suggested Lv: 16-17
    Advice: Okay, this is where things get a little dicey. Zubatís Toxic 
    can be annoying so be careful. Purugly will not be a walk in the park 
    to beat easily, just keep slamming it with attacks and be cautious of 
    Faint Attack, it doesnít miss.
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    Team Galactic will flee, the girl is able to see her dad again and the 
    Detective comes to do a quick inspection on the Windworks. You can now 
    go to Route 205.
    
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    5.7: Route 205
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    --Southern Route 205 Wild Pokemon--------------------------------------
    *	Shellos-Tall Grass-65%-Water
    *	Bidoof-Tall Grass-10%-Normal
    *	Buizel-Tall Grass-15%-Water
    *	Pachirisu-Tall Grass-10%-Electric
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    Keep going North to get to Eterna Forest; there is a house close to the 
    entrance of the forest where you can heal your team.
    
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    5.8: Eterna Forest
    ----------------------
    
    --Eterna Forest Wild Pokemon-------------------------------------------
    *	Buneary-Tall Grass-24%-Normal
    *	Bidoof-Tall Grass-10%-Normal
    *	Wurmple-Tall Grass-10%-Bug
    *	Kricketot-Tall Grass-10%-Bug
    *	Budew-Tall Grass-30%-Grass/Poison
    *	Silcoon-Tall Grass-5%-Bug
    *	Cascoon-Tall Grass-5%-Bug
    *	Gastly-Tall Grass-4%-Ghost/Poison
    *	Beautifly-Tall Grass-1%-Bug/Flying
    *	Dustox-Tall Grass-1%-Bug/Poison
    *	Hoothoot-Night-Normal/Flying
    *	Seedot-Ruby in GBA slot
    *	Pineco-Emerald in GBA slot-Bug
    *	Caterpie-Fire Red in GBA slot-Bug
    *	Weedle-Leaf Green in GBA slot-Bug/Poison
    *	Metapod-Fire Red in GBA slot-Bug
    *	Kakuna-Leaf Green in GBA slot-Bug/Poison
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    Once youíre in the forest, youíll be greeted by a woman named Cheryl. 
    Youíll be escorting her through the forest. All battles will be Double 
    and your Pokemon will be healed at the end of a battle. The end of the 
    forest is at the top-right hand side, once you make it, Cheryl will 
    give you a Soothe Bell for your trouble. Now exit the forest.
    
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    5.9: Route 205
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    --Northern Route 205 Wild Pokemon--------------------------------------
    *	Bidoof-Tall Grass-30%-Normal
    *	Wurmple-Tall Grass-10%-Bug
    *	Kricketot-Tall Grass-10%-Bug
    *	Budew-Tall Grass-28%-Grass/Poison
    *	Silcoon-Tall Grass-10%-Bug
    *	Cascoon-Tall Grass-10%-Bug
    *	Beautifly-Tall Grass-1%-Bug/Flying
    *	Dustox-Tall Grass-1%-Bug/Poison
    *	Hoothoot-Night-Normal/Flying
    *	Lotad-Sapphire in GBA slot-Grass/Water
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    Nothing important here so keep going to Eterna City.
    
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    5.10: Eterna City
    ---------------------
    
    Go to the house next to the Pokemon Center and a man will give you the 
    Explorer Kit letting you go underground and now has Wifi connection in 
    there. Next, go up and take a left and you will bump into your rival. 
    Go to the statue further right and youíll see Cyrus again. He then 
    leaves along with your rival. Then go to the Pokemon Center and youíll 
    see a woman named Cynthia who gives you HM01-Cut which cuts the little 
    trees. Now that all that is out of the way, letís head to the Gym.
    
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    5.11: Eterna Gym
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    The Gym will have a Flower-like clock in the center, you need to beat 
    the four trainers before Gardenia, each time you beat a trainer the 
    clock will move.
    
    (--Boss 5---Eterna Gym Leader Gardenia--------------------------------)
    *	Lv20 Turtwig: Grass
    o	Grass Knot, Razor Leaf, Sunny Day, Reflect
    *	Lv20 Cherrim: Grass
    o	Grass Knot, Leech Seed, Magical Leaf, Safeguard
    *	Lv22 Roserade: Grass/Poison
    o	Grass Knot, Magical Leaf, Poison Sting, Stun Spore
    
    Suggested Lv: 20
    Advice: Chimchar or any flying type can deal with this place. If you 
    have their weaknesses you can win easily. 
    (/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////)
    
    You will gain the Forest Badge and TM86-Grass Knot from Gardenia after 
    your win.
    
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    6.0: Fantinaís Gym
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    6.1: Team Galactic Building
    -----------------------------------
    
    Teach a Pokemon Cut and slash the trees in the northern buildingís way 
    and go inside. The Detective in a disguise will talk with you once your 
    in. Go up the stairs on the left, the stairs on the right, the stairs 
    on the left and the stairs on the left. You will see a second Galactic 
    Commander and a man talking. Talk to the Commander.
    
    --Boss 6---Commander Jupiter-------------------------------------------
    *	Lv21 Zubat: Poison/Flying
    o	Giga Drain, Bite, Wing Attack
    *	Lv23 Skuntank: Poison/Dark
    o	Night Slash, Poison Gas, Screech, Smokescreen
    
    Suggested Lv: 22
    Advice: Why canít the Commanders have Bug Pokemon so we can sweep them 
    easily? Ah well, no sense complaining about it. Zubat isnít that much 
    of a challenge if youíve been training with a Rock or Electric type. 
    Skuntankís moves can be a little devastating if youíre not careful. 
    Bring some Antidotes just in case of Poison Gas. Youíre going to need a 
    defender for Night Slash because it has a high critical-hit ratio.
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    After you defeat Jupiter, Team Galactic will flee. The guy you saved 
    was the Bike Store Owner; go to his store south of the Pokemon center. 
    You will also run into Cynthia and she will offer you a Togepi egg. 
    Once you get the egg, go inside the shop and get the bike. Youíll need 
    to go back down to Oreburgh and enter Mt. Coronet there because you 
    cant go far in the entrance in Eterna so go to Cycling Road, South of 
    Eterna.
    
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    6.2: Cycling Road
    ----------------------
    
    Before you go in Cycling Road go talk to the Aide for him to give you 
    an Exp. Share but you need to have seen at least 35 pokemon. You have 
    to mount your bike before you go in Cycling Road. Under Cycling Road 
    there is Route 206 so once you get out of Cycling Road, you can go to 
    the side and cut the branches blocking it.
    
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    6.3: Route 206
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    --Route 206 Wild Pokemon-----------------------------------------------
    *	Ponyta-Tall Grass-20%-Fire
    *	Geodude-Tall Grass-30%-Rock/Ground
    *	Gligar-Tall Grass-20%-Ground/Flying
    *	Kricketune-Tall Grass-10%-Bug
    *	Machop-Tall Grass-20%-Fighting
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
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    6.4: Route 207
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    --Route 207 Wild Pokemon-----------------------------------------------
    *	Machop-Tall Grass-30%-Fighting
    *	Kricketot-Tall Grass-10%-Bug
    *	Geodude-Tall Grass-30%-Rock/Ground
    *	Ponyta-Tall Grass-25%-Fire
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    Keep going right and youíll find the entrance to Mt. Coronet.
    
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    6.5: Mt. Coronet
    --------------------
    
    --Southern Mt. Coronet Wild Pokemon------------------------------------
    *	Machop-Cave-10%-Fighting
    *	Geodude-Cave-20%-Rock/Ground
    *	Bronzor-Cave-20%-Steel/Psychic
    *	Meditite-Cave-20%-Psychic/Fighting
    *	Clefairy-Cave-10%-Normal
    *	Chingling-Cave-10%-Psychic
    *	Nosepass-Cave-5%-Rock
    *	Zubat-Cave-5%-Poison/Flying
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    This is only a small faction of Mt. Coronet and trust me when I say the 
    real Mt. Coronet is longer and bigger. Just keep going right and youíll 
    see Cyrus again, heíll talk to you then heíll leave. Keep going till 
    youíre at Route 208.
    
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    6.6: Route 208
    ------------------
    
    --Route 208 Wild Pokemon-----------------------------------------------
    *	Budew-Tall Grass-30%-Grass/Poison
    *	Bidoof-Tall Grass-20%-Normal
    *	Ralts-Tall Grass-15%-Psychic
    *	Roselia-Tall Grass-15%-Grass/Poison
    *	Bibareal-Tall Grass-20%-Normal/Water
    *	Zubat-Night-Poison/Flying
    *	Zangoose-Ruby in GBA slot-Normal
    *	Seviper-Sapphire in GBA slot-Poison
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    Nothing that useful except the man close to the tree in the South will 
    give you an Odd Keystone, which can get you Spiritomb by talking to 
    people underground 32 times. So go to the right and youíll be in 
    Hearthome City.
    
    -------------------------
    6.7: Hearthome City
    -------------------------
    
    Once youíre in the city, a Buneary will run into you and its trainer 
    will come chasing after it. The trainer then asks if you could go to 
    the Pokemon Contest Center, a large gray building. Once youíre inside 
    you will see your Mom and will talk about Contests. Once thatís over, 
    find the woman in purple sheís the next Gym Leader. Once you talked to 
    her you should do a couple things: Go to the house next to the Pokemon 
    Center to meet Bebe, she runs the Box Systems in the PC. She will give 
    you an Eevee if you talk to her; make sure to keep a spot in your team 
    open. Next, go to the house right of the Pokemart and talk to the Old 
    Man. He will give you a Poffin Case. Now that those are done, letís go 
    to the Gym.
    
    --------------------------
    6.8: Hearthome Gym
    --------------------------
    
    The gym will be dark, quite dark and the only sources of light is your 
    flashlight and the Duskull Eyes. What you have to do in this Gym is 
    find a Blue Tile with a picture on it, then go in the door with the 
    same picture on the Red Tile. As you move on, the pattern changes and 
    if you pick the wrong door you have to start over.
    
    (--Boss 7---Hearthome Gym Leader Fantina------------------------------)
    *	Lv24 Duskull: Ghost
    o	Will-o-Wisp, Pursuit, Shadow Sneak, Future Sight
    *	Lv24 Haunter: Ghost/Poison
    o	Shadow Claw, Sucker Punch, Hypnosis, Confuse Ray
    *	Lv26 Mismagius: Ghost
    o	Shadow Ball, Psybeam, Magical Leaf, Confuse Ray
    
    Suggested Lv: 25-26
    Advice: This is going to be an annoying battle for you. Ghosts donít 
    have much weaknesses and Confuse Ray will make you want to snap your DS 
    in half. (but letís not do that) Get a Normal Type with non-normal and 
    non-fighting type moves so youíre immune. Or if you have Turtwig that 
    knows Bite, use that like crazy on her Pokemon.
    (/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////)
    
    Once you defeat Fantina, you will gain the Relic Badge so you can use 
    Surf outside of battle and TM65-Shadow Claw which is very good in 
    battle.
    
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    7.0: Mayleneís Gym
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    On the way out of Hearthome to the right, youíll meet up with your 
    rival and will have a battle.
    
    --Boss 8---Rival-------------------------------------------------------
    If you choose Turtwig:
    *	Lv25 Staravia: Normal/Flying
    o	Wing Attack, Quick Attack, Endeavor, Double Team
    *	Lv23 Buizel: Water
    o	Water Gun, Quick Attack, Pursuit, Growl
    *	Lv23 Roselia: Grass/Poison
    o	Mega Drain, Poison Sting, Leech Seed, Stun Spore
    *	Lv27 Monferno: Fire/Fighting
    o	Flame Wheel, Mach Punch, Fury Swipes, Leer
    If you choose Chimchar:
    *	Lv25 Staravia: Normal/Flying
    o	Wing Attack, Quick Attack, Endeavor, Double Team
    *	Lv23 Roselia: Grass/Poison
    o	Mega Drain, Poison Sting, Leech Seed, Stun Spore
    *	Lv23 Ponyta: Fire
    o	Ember, Tackle, Tail Whip, Growl
    *	Lv27 Prinplup: Water
    o	Bubblebeam, Peck, Metal Claw, Growl
    If you choose Piplup:
    *	Lv25 Staravia: Normal/Flying
    o	Wing Attack, Quick Attack, Endeavor, Double Team
    *	Lv23 Buizel: Water
    o	Water Gun, Quick Attack, Pursuit, Growl
    *	Lv23 Ponyta: Fire
    o	Ember, Tackle, Tail Whip, Growl
    *	Lv27 Grotle: Grass
    o	Razor Leaf, Tackle, Absorb, Withdraw
    
    Suggested Lv: 26-27
    Advice: This battle can be easy with the right types. Staravia can be 
    taken down by an Electric or Rock move. Roselia and Grotle can be 
    beaten by a Fire or Flying move. Buizel and Prinplup can be killed by a 
    Grass or Electric move. Ponyta and Monferno can be killed by a Water or 
    Ground move. Hit them with their weaknesses or strong attacks.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    After the battle, head out to Route 209.
    
    ------------------
    7.1: Route 209
    ------------------
    
    --Route 209 Wild Pokemon-----------------------------------------------
    *	Roselia-Tall Grass-25%-Grass/Poison
    *	Bibareal-Tall Grass-30%-Normal/Water
    *	Staravia-Tall Grass-20%-Normal/Flying
    *	Ralts-Tall Grass-20%-Psychic
    *	Chansey-Tall Grass-5%-Normal
    *	Zubat-Night-Poison/Flying
    *	Duskull-Night-Ghost
    *	Vulpix-Leaf Green in GBA slot-Fire
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    On a corner of the 209, there is a small-rocky structure called the 
    Hallowed Tower. You put the Odd Keystone in there for Spiritomb.
    
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    7.2: Lost Tower
    -------------------
    
    --Lost Tower 1st Floor Wild Pokemon------------------------------------
    *	Gastly-Cave-65%-Ghost/Poison
    *	Zubat-Cave-35%-Poison/Flying
    *	Duskull-Night-Ghost
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    --Lost Tower 2nd Floor Wild Pokemon------------------------------------
    ------------------------
    *	Gastly-Cave-65%-Ghost/Poison
    *	Zubat-Cave-35%-Poison/Flying
    *	Duskull-Night-Ghost
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    --Lost Tower 3rd Floor Wild Pokemon------------------------------------
    *	Gastly-Cave-64%-Ghost/Poison
    *	Zubat-Cave-35%-Poison/Flying
    *	Golbat-Cave-1%-Poison/Flying
    *	Duskull-Night-Ghost
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    --Lost Tower 4th Floor Wild Pokemon------------------------------------
    *	Gastly-Cave-60%-Ghost/Poison
    *	Zubat-Cave-35%-Poison/Flying
    *	Golbat-Cave-5%-Poison/Flying
    *	Duskull-Night-Ghost
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    --Lost Tower 5th Floor Wild Pokemon------------------------------------
    *	Gastly-Cave-55%-Ghost/Poison
    *	Zubat-Cave-35%-Poison/Flying
    *	Golbat-Cave-10%-Poison/Flying
    *	Duskull-Night-Ghost
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    The Lost Tower is North of Hallowed Tower. The only things you can do 
    are training and look for TM27-Shadow Ball. Further up from this place 
    will be Solaceon Town.
    
    ------------------------
    7.3: Solaceon Town
    ------------------------
    
    The most useful place in Solaceon is the Day Care for Lv ups and Eggs. 
    You can put a Pokemon in the daycare, leave and then come back for it 
    and a guy will give you a new Poketch App. Now head right of the 
    daycare and youíll see some ledges, go down them and youíll see the 
    Solaceon Ruins.
    
    ------------------------
    7.4: Solaceon Ruins
    ------------------------
    
    --Solaceon Ruins Wild Pokemon------------------------------------------
    *	Unown-Cave-100%-Psychic
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    HM05 is in this Cavern so letís scope it out. Take the top right stairs, 
    the bottom left, top right, top left, top left then bottom left. Youíll 
    arrive in a room with four items: A Nugget, A Mind Plate, The Odd 
    Incense, and HM05. Thereís a ball on a ledge, to get that, youíll need 
    to get all 28 forms of Unown and meet the Ruin Maniac. Thereís nothing 
    else to do in Solaceon so go to Route 210, North of Solaceon.
    
    ------------------
    7.5: Route 210
    ------------------
    
    --Route 210 Wild Pokemon-----------------------------------------------
    *	Roselia-Tall Grass-15%-Grass/Poison
    *	Staravia-Tall Grass-20%-Normal/Flying
    *	Scyther-Tall Grass-15%-Bug/Flying
    *	Ponyta-Tall Grass-25%-Fire
    *	Geodude-Tall Grass-20%-Rock/Ground
    *	Chansey-Tall Grass-5%-Normal
    *	Hoothoot-Night-Normal/Flying
    *	Noctowl-Night-Normal/Flying
    *	Seedot-Ruby in GBA slot-Grass
    *	Nuzleaf-Ruby in GBA slot-Grass/Dark
    *	Pineco-Emerald in GBA slot-Bug
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    Keep going North and use your bike to go over the mud. Take a right 
    when youíre out of the overgrown grass. Psyduck block the way to the 
    road further North.
    
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    7.6: Route 215
    ------------------
    
    --Route 215 Wild Pokemon-----------------------------------------------
    *	Staravia-Tall Grass-30%-Normal/Flying
    *	Scyther-Tall Grass-15%-Bug/Flying
    *	Marill-Tall Grass-25%-Water
    *	Lickitung-Tall Grass-10%-Normal
    *	Abra-Tall Grass-10%-Psychic
    *	Kadabra-Tall Grass-10%-Psychic
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    Rain. Lots and Lots of Rain. Veilstone is at the far right end of this 
    raining Route.
    
    -----------------------
    7.7: Veilstone City
    -----------------------
    
    Ah Veilstone, Gambling time. Here you can play in the Game Corner and 
    shop at the very oversized Mart. Youíll also notice that Team 
    Galacticís presence is here on the top of the city and meteorites on 
    the right. These arenít your regular meteorites; these are from the 
    legendary Pokemon Deoxys and each has one its forms: Normal, Attack, 
    Defend, and Speed. Once you head to the Gym youíll see Rowanís 
    assistant and start talking, then Crasher Wake of the Pastoria Gym 
    appears out of this Gym and talks to you both. Then once they both 
    leave, you can go in the Gym.
    
    ------------------------
    7.8: Veilstone Gym
    ------------------------
    
    To get by, youíll need to use the punching bags to knock over things 
    like the tires. Itís not too hard to do so once youíre there have your 
    match with Maylene.
    
    (--Boss 9---Veilstone Gym Leader Maylene------------------------------)
    *	Lv28 Meditite: Psychic/Fighting
    o	Drain Punch, Confusion, Rock Tomb, Fake Out
    *	Lv29 Machoke: Fighting
    o	Karate Chop, Rock Tomb, Strength, Focus Energy
    *	Lv32 Lucario: Steel/Fighting
    o	Drain Punch, Force Palm, Metal Claw, Bone Rush
    
    
    Suggested Lv: 31
    Advice: Okay by now you should have a decent team. Maylene covered all 
    her teamís weaknesses and this wonít be an easy feat. Okay, Meditite 
    can killed by a basic Dark or Ghost type move or if you caught a Gastly 
    and did some training, but if you did catch one, be careful of 
    Confusion because it has 4x Weakness. I urge you to use Flying types 
    cautiously against Meditite and Machoke. Their Rock Tomb can spell 
    disaster so youíll need to work fast. Now for Mr. Wannabe Legendary: 
    Lucario. He will give Fire types a hard time with Bone Rush. A Fighting 
    type can cause good damage to Lucario so try using that.
    (/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////)
    
    You will be given the Cobble Badge and TM60 Drain Punch witch works 
    like Giga Drain: for how much you damaged your opponent, you get half 
    back in health.
    
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    8.0: Crasher Wakeís Gym
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    ------------------------------
    8.1: Galactic Warehouse
    ------------------------------
    
    Once youíre out of the Gym youíll find that the assistantís Pokedex was 
    stolen by Team Galactic. Go to the Warehouse near Route 215 and youíll 
    Double Battle the Grunts. After the battle, the Grunts will run inside 
    and you will meet the Detective and follow him inside. All the Grunts 
    have left but HM02 is in there so itís not a total bust. Now go South 
    of Veilstone to Route 214.
    
    ------------------
    8.2: Route 214
    ------------------
    
    --Route 214 Wild Pokemon-----------------------------------------------
    *	Graveler-Tall Grass-35%-Rock/Ground
    *	Geodude-Tall Grass-20%-Rock/Ground
    *	Rhyhorn-Tall Grass-30%-Rock/Ground
    *	Houndour-Tall Grass-15%-Dark/Fire
    *	Zubat-Night-Poison/Flying
    *	Vulpix-Leaf Green in GBA slot-Fire
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    Here you can find the Ruin Maniac in a cavern a little away from 
    Veilstone. Heíll challenge you to find the 26 alphabetical Unown and 
    has even made a secret path to the Ruins. You can also find the Dig TM 
    here. Keep going south to get to Valor Lakefront.
    
    --------------------------
    8.3: Valor Lakefront
    --------------------------
    
    --Valor Lakefront Wild Pokemon-----------------------------------------
    *	Girafarig-Tall Grass-25%-Normal/Psychic
    *	Staravia-Tall Grass-25%-Normal/Flying
    *	Bibareal-Tall Grass-30%-Normal/Water
    *	Houndour-Tall Grass-10%-Dark/Fire
    *	Kricketune-Tall Grass-10%-Bug
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    The lake will be blocked by a couple of guys so keep going down, you 
    canít turn right because Sunnyshore just had a power outage. So youíre 
    pretty much at this resort. You can battle random people here and the 
    house farther down can heal your team. Since all you can do is train, 
    do a little of that and go down to Route 213.
    
    ------------------
    8.4: Route 213
    ------------------
    
    --Route 213 Wild Pokemon-----------------------------------------------
    *	Wingull-Tall Grass-20%-Water/Flying
    *	Chatot-Tall Grass-20%-Normal/Flying
    *	Buizel-Tall Grass-25%-Water
    *	Shellos-Tall Grass-35%-Water
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    Isnít much to do here but battle, so keep heading right to Pastoria.
    
    ----------------------
    8.5: Pastoria City
    ----------------------
    
    Two Words people. SAFARI ZONE! You will get plenty of Pokemon here so 
    pay it a visit. When youíre done there and done training, head to the 
    Gym. But before you go in, your rival is going to come test your 
    abilities.
    
    --Boss 10---Rival------------------------------------------------------
    If you choose Turtwig:
    *	Lv34 Staravia: Normal/Flying
    o	Wing Attack, Quick Attack, Endeavor, Double Team
    *	Lv32 Buizel: Water
    o	Aqua Jet, Quick Attack, Pursuit, Growl
    *	Lv32 Roselia: Grass/Poison
    o	Mega Drain, Poison Sting, Leech Seed, Magical Leaf
    *	Lv36 Monferno: Fire/Fighting
    o	Flame Wheel, Mach Punch, Fury Swipes, Leer
    If you choose Chimchar:
    *	Lv34 Staravia: Normal/Flying
    o	Wing Attack, Quick Attack, Endeavor, Double Team
    *	Lv32 Roselia: Grass/Poison
    o	Mega Drain, Poison Sting, Leech Seed, Magical Leaf
    *	Lv32 Ponyta: Fire
    o	Ember, Stomp, Tail Whip, Growl
    *	Lv36 Prinplup: Water
    o	Bubblebeam, Peck, Metal Claw, Growl
    If you choose Piplup:
    *	Lv34 Staravia: Normal/Flying
    o	Wing Attack, Quick Attack, Endeavor, Double Team
    *	Lv32 Buizel: Water
    o	Aqua Jet, Quick Attack, Pursuit, Growl
    *	Lv32 Ponyta: Fire
    o	Ember, Stomp, Tail Whip, Growl
    *	Lv36 Grotle: Grass
    o	Razor Leaf, Bite, Mega Drain, Withdraw
    
    Suggested Lv: 34
    Advice: Same as your last battle with him, just stronger. The moves 
    have barely changed. Just like before this battle can be easy with the 
    right types. Staravia can be taken down by an Electric or Rock move. 
    Roselia and Grotle can be beaten by a Fire or Flying move. Buizel and 
    Prinplup can be killed by a Grass or Electric move. Ponyta and Monferno 
    can be killed by a Water or Ground move. Hit them with their weaknesses 
    or strong attacks.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    Once you beat him, heíll run off and let you go in the Gym.
    
    ----------------------
    8.6: Pastoria Gym
    ----------------------
    
    The layout in the Gym isnít different from Diamond and Pearl so for 
    those that played it, this should be cake. 
    
    (--Boss 11---Pastoria Gym Leader Crasher Wake-------------------------)
    *	Lv33 Gyarados: Water/Flying
    o	Brine, Waterfall, Bite, Twister
    *	Lv34 Quagsire: Water/Ground
    o	Mud Bomb, Rock Tomb, Water Pulse, Yawn
    *	Lv37 Floatzel: Water
    o	 Brine, Ice Fang, Crunch, Ice Fang
    
    Suggested Lv: 35-36
    Advice: If you thought the rival battle was hard then youíre in for a 
    wild ride. Turtwig or any Grass type would be great against Quagsire. 
    Use an Electric for Gyarados to knock him clean. Donít use a grass type 
    on Floatzel, his Ice Fang will destroy Grass types. Stick to Electric 
    on that too. Brine will become truly strong when your opponentís health 
    is less than half.
    (/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////)
    
    When you beat Wake, you will gain the Fen Badge and TM55 Brine.
    
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    9.0: Byronís Gym
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    You will meet your rival outside of the Gym and will talk to you. Wake 
    will then come out of the Gym and talks to both of you. Chase the 
    Galactic Grunt from the Great Marsh to the East and youíll meet the 
    Detective on Route 213. Talk to him at the reception office and then go 
    up to the Lakefront to find the Grunt then battle him. Once you beat 
    him, Cynthia and your rival will appear. Youíll be given the 
    SecretPotion to cure the Psyduck  from Route 210, and the Fly HM. So go 
    back to Solaceon and use the potion. Once they leave, Cynthia will give 
    you the Old Charm and will tell you to go to Celestic Town.
    
    ------------------
    9.1: Route 210
    ------------------
    
    --Route 210 Wild Pokemon-----------------------------------------------
    *	Swablu-Tall Grass-20%-Normal/Flying
    *	Bibareal-Tall Grass-20%-Normal/Water
    *	Scyther-Tall Grass-15%-Bug/Flying
    *	Meditite-Tall Grass-20%-Psychic/Fighting
    *	Machop-Tall Grass-15%-Fighting
    *	Machoke-Tall Grass-10%-Fighting
    *	Hoothoot-Night-Normal/Flying
    *	Noctowl-Night-Normal/Flying
    *	Zangoose-Ruby in GBA slot-Normal
    *	Seviper-Sapphire in GBA slot-Poison
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    You should use Defog here. Celestic Town will be on the left side and 
    if you see thin planks, use your bike to get over it.
    
    -----------------------
    9.2: Celestic Town
    -----------------------
    
    Talk to the woman left of the Pokemon Center, she tells you about the 
    Galactic Grunt guarding the shrine so battle him. You will be thanked, 
    then give her the Old Charm and go in the shrine. Look at the picture 
    of the Psychic Trio and the Cyrus will come and battle you
    
    --Boss 12---Galactic Boss Cyrus----------------------------------------
    *	Lv34 Sneasel: Dark/Ice
    o	Slash, Ice Punch, Quick Attack, Screech
    *	Lv34 Golbat: Poison/Flying
    o	Poison Fang, Air Cutter, Bite, Supersonic
    *	Lv36 Murkrow: Dark/Flying
    o	Drill Peck, Night Shade, Astonish, Faint Attack
    
    Suggested Lv: 38
    Advice: You will have a tough time dealing with these guys. 1. Theyíre 
    fast. 2. They have annoying moves and 3. He has a Sneasel and Sneaselís 
    are unbelievably fast. Youíll need a pretty fast Fire or Fighting type 
    against Sneasel. Golbat can be taken down by a Psychic or Electric. 
    Murkrow is also an annoying S.O.B. that you have to deal with. Use an 
    Electric or Rock move on him for a quick win.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    After your battle, Cyrus will disappear and the old woman will give you 
    the Surf HM. Go to Jubilife and take a left to Route 218.
    
    ------------------
    9.3: Route 218
    ------------------
    
    --Route 218 Wild Pokemon-----------------------------------------------
    *	Gastrodon-Tall Grass-25%-Water/Ground
    *	Floatzel-Tall Grass-30%-Water
    *	Chatot-Tall Grass-20%-Normal/Flying
    *	Mr. Mime-Tall Grass-25%-Psychic
    *	Tentacool-Surf-60%-Poison/Water
    *	Shellos-Surf-30%-Water
    *	Tentacruel-Surf-9%-Water/Ground
    *	Magikarp-Old Rod-100%-Water
    *	Magikarp-Good Rod-65%-Water
    *	Finneon-Good Rod-35%-Water
    *	Gyarados-Super Rod-65%-Water/Flying
    *	Lumineon-Super Rod-35%-Water
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    Use Surf to keep going left till your at Canalave.
    
    -----------------------
    9.4: Canalave City
    -----------------------
    
    Once your in Canalave heal up and go to the bridge. Your rival will 
    meet you there for another match.
    
    --Boss 13---Rival------------------------------------------------------
    If you choose Turtwig:
    *	Lv36 Staraptor: Normal/Flying
    o	Aerial Ace, Quick Attack, Take Down, Double Team
    *	Lv37 Heracross: Bug Fighting
    o	Brick Break, Aerial Ace, Night Slash, Horn Attack
    *	Lv35 Floatzel: Water
    o	Aqua Jet, Quick Attack, Pursuit, Swift
    *	Lv35 Roserade: Grass/Poison
    o	Giga Drain, Toxic Spikes, Leech Seed, Grass Whistle
    *	Lv38 Infernape: Fire/Fighting
    o	Flame Wheel, Brick Break, Mach Punch, Aerial Ace
    If you choose Chimchar:
    *	Lv36 Staraptor: Normal/Flying
    o	Aerial Ace, Quick Attack, Take Down, Double Team
    *	Lv37 Heracross: Bug Fighting
    o	Brick Break, Aerial Ace, Night Slash, Horn Attack
    *	Lv35 Roserade: Grass/Poison
    o	Giga Drain, Toxic Spikes, Leech Seed, Grass Whistle
    *	Lv35 Rapidash: Fire
    o	Fire Spin, Stomp, Tail Whip, Take Down
    *	Lv38 Empoleon: Water/Steel
    o	Bubblebeam, Aerial Ace, Metal Claw, Fury Attack
    If you choose Piplup:
    *	Lv36 Staraptor: Normal/Flying
    o	Aerial Ace, Quick Attack, Take Down, Double Team
    *	Lv37 Heracross: Bug Fighting
    o	Brick Break, Aerial Ace, Night Slash, Horn Attack
    *	Lv35 Floatzel: Water
    o	Aqua Jet, Quick Attack, Pursuit, Swift
    *	Lv35 Rapidash: Fire
    o	Fire Spin, Stomp, Tail Whip, Take Down
    *	Lv37 Torterra: Grass/Ground
    o	Razor Leaf, Bite, Mega Drain, Leech Seed
    
    Suggested Lv: 39
    Advice: HmmÖSince when did he get Heracross? Ah wellÖHeracross has 4x 
    weakness to Flying so this should be a cinch. Staraptor can be killed 
    by a Rock or Electric move. Roserade and Torterra can be dealt with by 
    a Fire or Flying move. Rapidash and Infernape are weak to Water and 
    Ground and Infernape now has a weakness to Flying. Empoleon and 
    Floatzel can be killed by an Electric or Grass move and Empoleon is now 
    weak to Fighting.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    Go to the lower-right part of the Gym and see a man close to a boat 
    that will take you to Iron Island. Once youíre there, talk to a guy 
    named Riley who will give you the Strength HM. Now you can train here 
    to, but to go far inside the cave youíll need to beat the Gym.
    
    ------------------------
    9.5: Canalave Gym
    ------------------------
    
    The layout is the same as the one in Diamond and Pearl so make your way 
    to Byron for your battle.
    
    (--Boss 14---Canalave Gym Leader Byron--------------------------------)
    *	Lv37 Magneton: Electric/Steel
    o	Flash Cannon, Tri-Attack, Thunderbolt, Metal Sound
    *	Lv38 Steelix: Steel/Ground
    o	Flash Cannon, Ice Fang, Earthquake, Sandstorm
    *	Lv41 Bastiodon: Rock/Steel
    o	Metal Burst, Stone Edge, Iron Defense, Taunt
    
    Suggested Lv: 40-41
    Advice: This battle is actually easier than you think. Use a Fire type 
    to take out Magneton and use a Ground type to take on Steelix and 
    Bastiodon. Pretty simple match.
    (/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////)
    
    Once you win, youíll gain the Mine badge and TM91 Flash Cannon-a strong 
    special steel type move.
    
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    10.0: Candaceís Gym
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    ------------------------
    10.1: Canalave City
    ------------------------
    
    When you leave the Gym, youíll see your rival and he will lead you to 
    the Canalave library. Go to the top floor and you will see Professor 
    Rowan and his assistant and you will talk about the Lakes but will be 
    interrupted by an explosion that occurred at Lake Valor so investigate.
    
    ---------------------
    10.2: Lake Valor
    ---------------------
    
    When you see whatís happened in Lake Valor, youíll see that the 
    Magikarp are flailing helplessly on land. Go to the center of what was 
    a lake to find the third Galactic Commander.
    
    --Boss 15---Galactic Commander Saturn----------------------------------
    *	Lv35 Golbat: Poison/Flying
    o	Air Cutter, Bite, Toxic, Supersonic
    *	Lv35 Bronzor: Psychic/Steel
    o	Gyro Ball, Shadow Ball, Rock Tomb, Iron Defense
    *	Lv37 Toxicroak: Poison/Fighting
    o	Poison Jab, Mud Bomb, Revenge, Mud Bomb
    
    Suggested Lv: 41
    Advice: Psychic and Electric moves can destroy Golbat. Bronzor can only 
    killed by Fire thanks to Levitate. Toxicroak will have a 4x weakness to 
    Psychic and a weakness to Flying. Pretty simple battle.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    Once you beat Saturn, heíll hint an operation on Lake Verity which is 
    close to Twinleaf Town so fly there.
    
    ----------------------
    10.3: Lake Verity
    ----------------------
    
    Once youíre their, youíll see Rowan and his assistant battling Team 
    Galactic. Youíll also see a familiar face: Commander Mars.
    
    --Boss 15---Galactic Commander Mars------------------------------------
    *	Lv38 Golbat: Poison/Flying
    o	Air Cutter, Bite, Toxic, Supersonic
    *	Lv38 Bronzor: Psychic/Steel
    o	Gyro Ball, Extrasensory, Confuse Ray, Iron Defense
    *	Lv40 Purugly: Normal
    o	Slash, Faint Attack, Hypnosis, Fake Out
    
    Suggested Lv: 41-42
    Advice: Same tactics for Golbat and Bronzor. Purugly just needs a good 
    Fighting move but be careful of Fake Out, it flinches and it goes first.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    Mars will leave after you win and Professor Rowan will tell you to go 
    see your Rival in Lake Acuity. Youíre going to need  Pokemon that now 
    Rock Smash, Strength, and Defog. Go to Celestic Town and go in Mt. 
    Coronet there.
    
    ----------------------
    10.4: Mt. Coronet
    ----------------------
    
    Go up and use Strength on the boulder blocking the path, then keep 
    going up and turn to the stairs to get to the basement of Mt. Coronet.
    
    --Mt. Coronet Basement Wild Pokemon------------------------------------
    *	Meditite-Cave-20%-Fighting/Psychic
    *	Bronzor-Cave-20%-Steel/Psychic
    *	Graveler-Cave-20%-Rock/Ground
    *	Clefairy-Cave-10%-Normal
    *	Machoke-Cave-10%-Fighting
    *	Chingling-Cave-10%-Psychic
    *	Nosepass-Cave-5%-Rock
    *	Golbat-Cave-5%-Poison/Flying
    *	Zubat-Surf-90%-Poison/Flying
    *	Golbat-Surf-10%-Poison/Flying
    *	Magikarp-Old Rod-100%-Water
    *	Magikarp-Good Rod-65%-Water
    *	Barboach-Good Rod-35%-Water/Ground
    *	Gyarados-Super Rod-65%-Water/Flying
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    Just keep going North to the stairs.
    
    --Northern Mt. Coronet Wild Pokemon------------------------------------
    *	Meditite-Cave-20%-Fighting/Psychic
    *	Bronzor-Cave-20%-Steel/Psychic
    *	Graveler-Cave-20%-Rock/Ground
    *	Clefairy-Cave-10%-Normal
    *	Machoke-Cave-10%-Fighting
    *	Chingling-Cave-10%-Psychic
    *	Nosepass-Cave-5%-Rock
    *	Golbat-Cave-5%-Poison/Flying
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    All you need to do here is go around the corner to get to the exit.
    
    --------------------
    10.5: Route 216
    --------------------
    
    --Route 216 Wild Pokemon-----------------------------------------------
    *	Meditite-Tall Grass-20%-Fighting/Psychic
    *	Sneasel-Tall Grass-35%-Dark/Ice
    *	Graveler-Tall Grass-5%-Rock/Ground
    *	Snover-Tall Grass-30%-Ice/Grass
    *	Zubat-Night-Poison/Flying
    *	Snorunt-Night-Ice
    *	Ursaring-Leaf Green in GBA slot
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    This place is riddled with trainers and snow making running difficult. 
    Keep going left and if you see a small house then you can rest up your 
    team there. Up North is Route 217.
    
    --------------------
    10.6: Route 217
    --------------------
    
    --Route 217 Wild Pokemon-----------------------------------------------
    *	Sneasel-Tall Grass-25%-Dark/Ice
    *	Swinub-Tall Grass-35%-Ice/Ground
    *	Snover-Tall Grass-40%-Ice/Grass
    *	Snorunt-Night-Ice
    *	Ursaring-Leaf Green in GBA slot
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    Keep going up and behind the house you will find HM08 Rock Climb, now 
    keep going North to get to the Acuity Lakefront.
    
    ----------------------------
    10.7: Acuity Lakefront
    ----------------------------
    
    --Acuity Lakefront Wild Pokemon----------------------------------------
    *	Sneasel-Tall Grass-25%-Dark/Ice
    *	Swinub-Tall Grass-35%-Ice/Ground
    *	Snover-Tall Grass-40%-Ice/Grass
    *	Snorunt-Night-Ice
    *	Ursaring-Leaf Green in GBA slot
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    Youíll see your rival at the top of a hill and you need the Rock Climb 
    HM to get up there but you need to get the badge from Snowpoint so turn 
    left.
    
    --------------------------
    10.8: Snowpoint City
    --------------------------
    
    Heal up and do a little training before taking on the Gym.
    
    ---------------------------
    10.9: Snowpoint Gym
    ---------------------------
    
    Destroy the snowballs in the way by running into them from levels 
    further up. Now get ready for your next Gym battle.
    
    (--Boss 16---Snowpoint Gym Leader Candace-----------------------------)
    *	Lv40 Sneasel: Dark/Ice
    o	Slash, Aerial Ace, Faint Attack, Ice Shard
    *	Lv40 Piloswine: Ice/Ground
    o	Avalanche, Stone Edge, Earthquake, Hail
    *	Lv42 Abomasnow: Ice/Grass
    o	Avalanche, Wood Hammer, Water Pulse, Focus Blast
    *	Lv44 Frosslass: Ice/Ghost
    o	Blizzard, Double Team, Shadow Ball, Psychic
    
    Suggested Lv: 43-44
    Advice: Okay, for this match Fire types are quite useful, especially 
    against Abomasnow. A Steel type is also usefulóor in Piloswineís caseóa 
    Steel type with levitate is useful. Kill Frosslass quickly or you will 
    be sorry. Frosslass will use Double Team to annoy you like crazy. 
    (/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////)
    
    Once you beat her, you get the Icicle Badge and TM72 Avalanche that 
    powers up if youíre the first to be hit.
    
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    11.0: Volknerís Gym
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    ----------------------
    11.1: Lake Acuity
    ----------------------
    
    Use Rock Climb on the ledge you seen your rival at earlier. Then use it 
    again to get to the entrance of the Lake. Once youíre their, youíll 
    find that your rival lost to Jupiter and is going to the HQ in 
    Veilstone. Follow her.
    
    -----------------------
    11.2: Galactic HQ
    -----------------------
    
    Go to the HQ up north of the city and talk to the Grunt next to the 
    satellites and heíll run off. The Detective will then come and talk to 
    you, then go to the warehouse on the left side of town and examine the 
    doors. The Detective will then come to open the doors for you. Go 
    follow him downstairs in the basement. Keep moving left until you see 
    some stairs, head up two flights to find to warp pads. Take the pad on 
    the left and go down to the basement to get the Galactic Key. Now leave 
    the warehouse and go back to the HQ. Once your in, use the key on the 
    door and go up the stairs until you see a guy watching TV. Take the 
    warp pad in the TV room and youíll see a cutscene in what looks to be 
    an assembly area where Cyrus is having a speech and the Detective 
    quietly listening. When the speech is over follow the Detective and 
    take the warp pad and youíll be in a room with beds to rest your team 
    in. Go up the stairs and take the warp pad on the left will get you to 
    Cyrus.
    
     --Boss 17---Galactic Boss Cyrus---------------------------------------
    *	Lv44 Sneasel: Dark/Ice
    o	Slash, Ice Punch, Quick Attack, Screech
    *	Lv44 Crobat: Poison/Flying
    o	Poison Fang, Air Cutter, Bite, Supersonic
    *	Lv46 Honchkrow: Dark/Flying
    o	Drill Peck, Night Slash, Astonish, Faint Attack
    
    Suggested Lv: 45
    Advice: Use a Fighting move to end Sneasel quickly. Honchkrow and 
    Crobat can be destroyed by an Electric, and Rock. Theyíre still a 
    pretty quick bunch so be careful.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    After the battle, you will be given the greatest poke ball: the Master 
    Ball. Now go to the warp pad on the far right of the room, go past the 
    research pods and go to the back room. Youíll find the legendary 
    Psychic trio trapped by Saturn. Talk to him and you will battle.
    
    --Boss 18---Galactic Commander Saturn----------------------------------
    *	Lv42 Bronzor: Steel/Psychic
    o	Gyro Ball, Extrasensory, Shadow Ball, Confuse Ray
    *	Lv42 Golbat: Poison/Flying
    o	Poison Fang, Air Cutter, Bite, Confuse Ray
    *	Lv46 Toxicroak: Fighting/Poison
    o	Poison Jab, Brick Break, X-Scissor, Faint Attack
    
    Suggested Lv: 45-46
    Advice: This isnít so bad compared to Cyrus. Use a Psychic move against 
    Toxicroak and Golbat, which should take care of them easily. As for 
    Bronzor, just hit him with a Fire Attack. The thing youíre going to 
    need to look out for is their Confuse Rays witch will make you angry.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    Once you win, press the red button to set the Pokemon free. Then go 
    back to where you battled Cyrus and go on the green warp pad that will 
    get you out of the HQ. Buy some supplies and head to Oreburgh, then go 
    inside Mt. Coronet from there. Youíll need a Pokemon that knows Rock 
    Climb, Rock Smash, Surf, and Strength. 
    
    ----------------------
    11.3: Mt. Coronet
    ----------------------
    
    --Mt. Coronet 2nd Floor Wild Pokemon-----------------------------------
    *	Bronzong-Cave-20%-Steel/Psychic
    *	Graveler-Cave-20%-Rock/Ground
    *	Medicham-Cave-20%-Psychic/Fighting
    *	Clefairy-Cave-10%-Normal
    *	Machoke-Cave-10%-Fighting
    *	Chingling-Cave-10%-Psychic
    *	Nosepass-Cave-5%-Rock
    *	Golbat-Cave-5%-Poison/Flying
    *	Solrock-Ruby in GBA slot-Rock/Psychic
    *	Lunatone-Sapphire in GBA slot-Rock/Psychic
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    Use Surf on the Water a little North from the entrance. Then use Rock 
    Climb on the cliff at the end of the narrow path and take the stairs to 
    get to the second floor. The third floor is further up so keep going up 
    and the Detective will catch up to you to give you a Black Flute.
    
    --Mt. Coronet 3rd Floor Wild Pokemon-----------------------------------
    *	Bronzong-Cave-20%-Steel/Psychic
    *	Graveler-Cave-20%-Rock/Ground
    *	Medicham-Cave-21%-Psychic/Fighting
    *	Clefairy-Cave-10%-Normal
    *	Machoke-Cave-10%-Fighting
    *	Chingling-Cave-10%-Psychic
    *	Nosepass-Cave-5%-Rock
    *	Golbat-Cave-4%-Poison/Flying
    *	Solrock-Ruby in GBA slot-Rock/Psychic
    *	Lunatone-Sapphire in GBA slot-Rock/Psychic
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    There is a fork in the middle of the path in the third floor. Go up the 
    stairs, passing some Grunts to the snowing part of the mountain.
    
    --Mt. Coronet Snow Wild Pokemon----------------------------------------
    *	Snover-Tall Grass-20%-Ice/Grass
    *	Abomasnow-Tall Grass-30%-Ice/Grass
    *	Medicham-Tall Grass-20%-Psychic/Fighting
    *	Machoke-Tall Grass-10%-Fighting
    *	Chingling-Tall Grass-10%-Psychic
    *	Nosepass-Tall Grass-5%-Rock
    *	Absol-Tall Grass-5%-Dark
    *	Solrock-Ruby in GBA slot-Rock/Psychic
    *	Lunatone-Sapphire in GBA slot-Rock/Psychic
    *	Golbat-Night-Poison/Flying
    *	Noctowl-Night-Normal/Flying
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    Follow the snowy path and use Rock Climb. Then keep going left till you 
    find another cave opening.
    
    --Mt. Coronet 4th Floor Wild Pokemon-----------------------------------
    *	Bronzong-Cave-20%-Steel/Psychic
    *	Graveler-Cave-20%-Rock/Ground
    *	Medicham-Cave-20%-Psychic/Fighting
    *	Clefairy-Cave-10%-Normal
    *	Machoke-Cave-10%-Fighting
    *	Chingling-Cave-10%-Psychic
    *	Nosepass-Cave-5%-Rock
    *	Golbat-Cave-5%-Poison/Flying
    *	Solrock-Ruby in GBA slot-Rock/Psychic
    *	Lunatone-Sapphire in GBA slot-Rock/Psychic
    *	Zubat-Surf-90%-Poison/Flying
    *	Golbat-Surf-10%-Poison/Flying
    *	Magikarp-Old Rod-100%-Water
    *	Magikarp-Good Rod-65%-Water
    *	Barboach-Good Rod-35%-Water/Ground
    *	Gyarados-Super Rod-60%-Water/Flying
    *	Dratini-Super Rod-30%-Dragon
    *	Whiscash-Super Rod-5%-Water/Ground
    *	Dragonair-Super Rod-5%-Dragon
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    Head down and use Rock Climb on the wall to the left and go to cliff 
    further left of here and enter it. Keep going upstairs until youíre 
    outside again.
    
    --Mt. Coronet 5th Floor Wild Pokemon-----------------------------------
    *	Bronzong-Cave-20%-Steel/Psychic
    *	Graveler-Cave-20%-Rock/Ground
    *	Medicham-Cave-20%-Psychic/Fighting
    *	Clefairy-Cave-10%-Normal
    *	Machoke-Cave-10%-Fighting
    *	Chingling-Cave-9%-Psychic
    *	Nosepass-Cave-5%-Rock
    *	Golbat-Cave-5%-Poison/Flying
    *	Chimecho-Cave-1%-Psychic
    *	Solrock-Ruby in GBA slot-Rock/Psychic
    *	Lunatone-Sapphire in GBA slot-Rock/Psychic
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    --Mt. Coronet 6th Floor Wild Pokemon-----------------------------------
    *	Bronzong-Cave-20%-Steel/Psychic
    *	Graveler-Cave-20%-Rock/Ground
    *	Medicham-Cave-20%-Psychic/Fighting
    *	Clefairy-Cave-10%-Normal
    *	Machoke-Cave-10%-Fighting
    *	Chingling-Cave-5%-Psychic
    *	Nosepass-Cave-5%-Rock
    *	Golbat-Cave-5%-Poison/Flying
    *	Chimecho-Cave-5%-Psychic
    *	Solrock-Ruby in GBA slot-Rock/Psychic
    *	Lunatone-Sapphire in GBA slot-Rock/Psychic
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    --Mt. Coronet 7th Floor Wild Pokemon-----------------------------------
    *	Bronzong-Cave-20%-Steel/Psychic
    *	Graveler-Cave-20%-Rock/Ground
    *	Medicham-Cave-20%-Psychic/Fighting
    *	Clefairy-Cave-10%-Normal
    *	Machoke-Cave-10%-Fighting
    *	Chingling-Cave-10%-Psychic
    *	Nosepass-Cave-5%-Rock
    *	Golbat-Cave-5%-Poison/Flying
    *	Solrock-Ruby in GBA slot-Rock/Psychic
    *	Lunatone-Sapphire in GBA slot-Rock/Psychic
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    
    ---------------------
    11.4: Spear Pillar
    ---------------------
    
    Youíll face a couple of Grunts in a Double Battle. After this, SAVE! 
    SAVE DARN YOU! Next you will be roped in a battle between Mars and 
    Jupiter and your rival comes right on que to help.
    
    --Boss 19---Galactic Commanders Mars and Jupiter-----------------------
    Commander Marsí Pokemon
    *	Lv44 Bronzor: Steel/Psychic
    o	Gyro Ball, Extrasensory, Light Screen, Confuse Ray
    *	Lv44 Golbat: Poison/Flying
    o	Poison Fang, Air Cutter, Bite, Confuse Ray
    *	Lv46 Purugly: Normal
    o	Slash, Shadow Claw, Aerial Ace, Hypnosis
    Commander Jupiterís Pokemon
    *	Lv44 Bronzor: Steel/Psychic
    o	Gyro Ball, Extrasensory, Rock Slide, Reflect
    *	Lv44 Golbat: Poison/Flying
    o	Sludge Bomb, Air Cutter, Giga Drain, Mean Look
    *	Lv46 Skuntank: Poison/Dark
    o	Night Slash, Flamethrower, Poison Jab, Smokescreen
    
    Suggested Lv: 50
    Advice: Donít be afraid to blast like crazy because youíll be healed 
    after this battle. The rival makes poor decisions in this battle and 
    the only good thing about this is that he can take some hits too. The 
    thing about this battle is that Mars will hand out Confuse Rays and 
    Jupiter will clean up. Both Bronzors need to be hit by Fire because 
    they have Levitate and that makes us all mad. The Golbats can be killed 
    by a Psychic, Electric, or Ice move. Purugly can be killed by a 
    Fighting type and Skuntank can be killed by a Ground.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    Your rival will heal you and run off. Cyrus will summon Dialga and 
    Palkia and that will cause Giratina to arise from the Torn World. Cyrus 
    will disappear into the World and Cynthia will come, so jump in the 
    vortex.
    
    ----------------------
    11.5: Torn World
    ----------------------
    
    Ladies and Gentlemen welcome to the place thatís more evil than the IRS 
    Headquarters. This place and Giratinaís new form is probably the reason 
    you gotten this game. Follow Cynthia through some pretty crazy terrain. 
    Jump the ledge to get to her and walk on a sunken patch to activate an 
    elevator. Then follow her across the floating pieces of land and youíll 
    see Mesprit so go towards him and you will fly onto the wall. When you 
    get to the elevator with the two rocks, stand on the patch in the 
    middle to activate its movement. Then go to the patch on the next 
    platform and the left patch after that, and youíll fly onto a wall were 
    Cynthiaís waiting. Go right as far as you can, then down left into 
    another set of moving platforms. Take the top patches to the next two 
    platforms and you will meet up with Cyrus. Now the patches can make 
    visible platforms invisible and vise-versa. Now head down, take a right, 
    then go up and youíll make a platform appear. Cross it then take the 
    path going down to your right. Now cross that and keep going right 
    until you get to a platform with five rocks. Activate it and cross the 
    floating platforms to the left. Jump the ledge and use Strength on a 
    boulder and push it down to the lower level, now go on the elevator but 
    donít use it yet. Go left and Mesprit will appear, telling you to drop 
    the boulder into the chasm below and head to the elevator with five 
    rocks on it and will ascend to the level above you. Head left and you 
    will be on a platform with disappearing objects so stick to the outside 
    while you make your way through. Go on the elevator with four rocks and 
    youíll be taken back to the magic platforms. Now hop across, go down 
    and turn right to another elevator with four rocks on it, which will 
    take you to Cyrus. Keep going and head up the wall and keep going 
    upward. Surf the waterfall and youíll end up right of where Uxie and 
    Mesprit were. Drop the boulder into the gap Azelf is hovering over. Go 
    left and take the elevator down. When the elevator stops moving, use 
    Strength on the boulder and drop it close to the hole next to Uxie, and 
    do the same for Mesprit and Azelf. Talk to Cynthia at the bottom level, 
    and an elevator will appear to take you to Cyrus. Talk to him and 
    battle.
    
    --Boss 20---Galactic Boss Cyrus----------------------------------------
    *	Lv45 Houndoom: Dark/Fire
    o	Flamethrower, Dark Pulse, Will-o-Wisp, Thunder Fang
    *	Lv47 Honchkrow: Dark/Flying
    o	Drill Peck, Night Slash, Heat Wave, Psychic
    *	Lv46 Crobat: Poison/Flying
    o	Cross Poison, Air Slash, Confuse Ray, Toxic
    *	Lv46 Gyarados: Water/Flying
    o	Giga Impact, Water Fall, Ice Fang, Earthquake
    *	Lv48 Weavile: Dark/Ice
    o	Night Slash, Ice Punch, Fake Out, X-Scissor
    
    Suggested Lv: 50-51
    Advice: Donít be afraid to hold back because Cynthia will heal your 
    team when this battle is over. A Fighting type can take out Houndoom 
    and Weavile easily, while the rest can be killed by an Electric type. 
    Notice that Cyrus has many status afflicting moves which can be quite 
    an annoyance. The biggest problem will be Weavile and his dangerous 
    speed.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    After the battle, Cyrus will leave and you will be healed. Continue 
    going up to meet Giratina and if you want capture him, I advise you to 
    save before this.
    
    ------------------------------------
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    Giratina
    Origin Form
    Ghost/Dragon
    Lv47
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    -------------------------------------
    *	Ominous Wind
    *	Ancient Power
    *	Dragon Claw
    *	Shadow Force
    
    Advice: Donít use the Master Ball on him, and if you beat him, heíll 
    leave forever. Shadow Force makes Giratina invisible for one turn and 
    strikes at the next so be prepared. Having a Pokemon with a high 
    Defense out would be a good idea for this and having Giratina sleeping 
    or paralyzed can help too.
    (---------------------------------------------------------------------)
    
    Cynthia and Cyrus will talk a little, then examine the portal and 
    youíll be sent to the Spring Path near Route 214.
    
    ----------------------
    11.6: Spring Path
    ----------------------
    
    --Spring Path Wild Pokemon---------------------------------------------
    *	Bibareal-Tall Grass-30%-Normal/Water
    *	Graveler-Tall Grass-35%-Rock/Ground
    *	Staravia-Tall Grass-20%-Normal/Flying
    *	Chingling-Tall Grass-10%-Psychic
    *	Dusclops-Tall Grass-5%-Ghost
    *	Golduck-Surf-100%-Water
    *	Golbat-Night-Poison/Flying
    *	Solrock-Ruby in GBA slot-Rock/Psychic
    *	Lunatone-Sapphire in GBA slot-Rock/Psychic
    *	Magikarp-Old Rod-100%-Water
    *	Magikarp-Good Rod-65%-Water
    *	Goldeen-Good Rod-35%-Water
    *	Gyarados-Super Rod-65%-Water/Flying
    *	Seaking-Super Rod-35%-Water
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    Use Rock Climb to get off the ledge and go to Sandgem to report to 
    Professor Rowan on what happened in the Torn World.
    
    --------------------
    11.7: Route 222
    --------------------
    
    --Route 222 Wild Pokemon-----------------------------------------------
    *	Electabuzz-Tall Grass-30%-Electric
    *	Luxio-Tall Grass-10%-Electric
    *	Floatzel-Tall Grass-20%-Water
    *	Chatot-Tall Grass-10%-Normal/Flying
    *	Magnemite-Tall Grass-10%-Steel/Electric
    *	Magneton-Tall Grass-5%-Steel/Electric
    *	Pelliper-Tall Grass-5%-Water/Flying
    *	Tentacool-Surf-60%-Water/Poison
    *	Wingull-Surf-30%-Water/Flying
    *	Tentacruel-Surf-9%-Water/Poison
    *	Pelliper-Surf-1%-Water/Flying
    *	Magikarp-Old Rod-100%-Water
    *	Magikarp-Good Rod-65%-Water
    *	Remoraid-Good Rod-35%-Water
    *	Gyarados-Super Rod-65%-Water/Flying
    *	Octillery-Super Rod-35%-Water
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    Keep going right to get to Sunnyshore and donít be afraid to get some 
    training done.
    
    ---------------------------
    11.8: Sunnyshore City
    ---------------------------
    
    The Fire-user from the Elite Four known as Flint will come to you 
    saying that the Gym leader has lost his ďsparkĒ for battling so talk to 
    him at the Lighthouse at the lower left corner of the city. Once you 
    talk to him, go to the Gym at the other side of town and youíll see 
    Flint again. Talk to him and heíll move aside from the Gym.
    
    -----------------------------
    11.9: Sunnyshore Gym
    -----------------------------
    
    The layout of the Gym is just like the one in Diamond and Pearlís and 
    itís very easy to navigate through so letís beat the last Gym leader.
    
    (--Boss 22---Sunnyshore Gym Leader Volkner----------------------------)
    *	Lv46 Jolteon: Electric
    o	Thunder Wave, Charge Beam, Iron Tail, Quick Attack
    *	Lv46 Raichu: Electric
    o	Charge Beam, Focus Blast, Signal Beam, Quick Attack
    *	Lv48 Luxray: Electric
    o	Thunder Fang, Ice Fang, Fire Fang, Crunch
    *	Lv50 Electrivire: Electric
    o	Thunder Punch, Fire Punch, Quick Attack, Giga Impact
    Suggested Lv: 53
    Advice: Torterra or any Ground type can make a Texas Chainsaw Massacre 
    in this battle. But watch out for Luxrayís Ice Fang because that can 
    cause trouble. Jolteonís Iron Tail and Raichuís Focus Blast can do 
    serious damage to Rock types so hit them fast and hard. 
    (/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////)
    
    
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    12.0: The Elite Four
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    --------------------
    12.1: Route 223
    --------------------
    
    --Route 223 Wild Pokemon-----------------------------------------------
    *	Tentacruel-Surf-60%-Water/Poison
    *	Pellipper-Surf-30%-Water/Flying
    *	Mantyke-Surf-10%-Water/Flying
    *	Magikarp-Old Rod-100%-Water
    *	Magikarp-Good Rod-65%-Water
    *	Remoraid-Good Rod-30%-Water
    *	Octillery-Good Rod-5%-Water
    *	Gyarados-Super Rod-60%-Water/Flying
    *	Wailmer-Super Rod-30%-Water
    *	Octillery-Super Rod-5%-Water
    *	Wailord-Super Rod-5%-Water
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    Youíll need to cross this Route to get to Victory Road so get some 
    supplies and get ready to leave. Before you go on the route, talk to 
    Jasmine and sheíll give you the Waterfall HM which youíll need to get 
    to Victory Road. So just keep going North.
    
    ------------------------
    12.2: Victory Road
    ------------------------
    
    Before going into Victory Road youíre going to need a Pokemon that 
    knows Rock Climb, Rock Smash, Surf, Waterfall, and Strength. It also 
    wouldnít be a bad idea to get some training done. Letís start going 
    into the cave.
    
    --Victory Road 1st Floor Wild Pokemon----------------------------------
    *	Graveler-Cave-30%-Rock/Ground
    *	Rhyhorn-Cave-20%-Rock/Ground
    *	Onix-Cave-20%-Rock/Ground
    *	Rhydon-Cave-15%-Rock/Ground
    *	Golbat-Cave-5%-Poison/Flying
    *	Steelix-Cave-5%-Steel/Ground
    *	Gabite-Cave-5%-Dragon/Ground
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    Follow the Bridges and if it seems like a dead end, use Rock Climb, go 
    left but donít jump the ledges or youíll be forced to start over, climb 
    the stairs and keep going past the trainer and youíll see the path to 
    the next floor.
    
    --Victory Road 2nd Floor Wild Pokemon----------------------------------
    *	Graveler-Cave-15%-Rock/Ground
    *	Magneton-Cave-30%-Electric/Steel
    *	Onix-Cave-5%-Rock/Ground
    *	Golbat-Cave-5%-Poison/Flying
    *	Steelix-Cave-40%-Steel/Ground
    *	Gabite-Cave-5%-Dragon/Ground
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    Use Rock Smash and Strength on the boulders in your way. Youíll need 
    your bike to get over some ramps to get a Max Elixir. Now go down from 
    the entrance and use Rock Smash on the rocks in the way. Youíll see two 
    boulders, push the one furthest away and use Rock Smash on the rock in 
    the way and go right. Youíll then see three rocks, push the top one to 
    the right then go up to the first floor again. Keep going right and 
    youíll be in the basement.
    
    --Victory Road Basement Wild Pokemon-----------------------------------
    *	Graveler-Cave-15%-Rock/Ground
    *	Floatzel-Cave-30%-Water
    *	Azumarill-Cave-30%-Water
    *	Onix-Cave-10%-Rock/Ground
    *	Golbat-Cave-5%-Poison/Flying
    *	Steelix-Cave-5%-Steel/Ground
    *	Gabite-Cave-5%-Dragon/Ground
    *	Floatzel-Surf-90%-Water
    *	Golbat-Surf-10%-Poison/Flying
    *	Magikarp-Old Rod-100%-Water
    *	Magikarp-Good Rod-100%-Water
    *	Gyarados-Super Rod-100%-Water/Flying
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    Once your down, use Surf on the right and then Waterfall, then follow 
    the path to another Waterfall but donít descend it, just keep going 
    left, go past the trainer and go to the stairs to the first floor ahead. 
    Now on the path when it turns T-shaped head down and use Rock Climb on 
    the ledge on the right, the ledge on the left has the Dark Pulse TM. 
    Now once youíre up, cross the bridge and you are at the exit. Once 
    youíre out, use Surf then Waterfall up to the Pokemon League.
    
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    12.3: Pokemon League
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    Whew, the Pokemon League, finally made it. This place has a Pokemon 
    Center and Mart mixed together. Donít buy heal items yet because youíll 
    be tempted to use them on what happens next. When come to the woman 
    guarding the entrance to the Elite Four, your Rival will come for one 
    last battle.
    
    --Boss 23---Rival------------------------------------------------------
    If you choose Turtwig:
    *	Lv48 Staraptor: Normal/Flying
    o	Aerial Ace, U-Turn, Close Combat, Steel Wing
    *	Lv48 Heracross: Bug/Fighting
    o	Close Combat, Rock Slide, Night Slash, Aerial Ace
    *	Lv49 Snorlax: Normal
    o	Body Slam, Crunch, Rest, Earthquake
    *	Lv47 Floatzel: Water
    o	Aqua Jet, Crunch, Ice Fang, Brick Break
    *	Lv47 Roserade: Grass/Poison
    o	Giga Drain, Poison Jab, Shadow Ball, GrassWhistle
    *	Lv51 Infernape: Fire/Fighting
    o	Flamethrower, Focus Blast, Shadow Claw, Aerial Ace
    If you choose Chimchar:
    *	Lv48 Staraptor: Normal/Flying
    o	Aerial Ace, U-Turn, Close Combat, Steel Wing
    *	Lv48 Heracross: Bug/Fighting
    o	Close Combat, Rock Slide, Night Slash, Aerial Ace
    *	Lv49 Snorlax: Normal
    o	Body Slam, Crunch, Rest, Earthquake
    *	Lv47 Roserade: Grass/Poison
    o	Giga Drain, Poison Jab, Shadow Ball, GrassWhistle
    *	Lv47 Rapidash: Fire
    o	Fire Blast, Sunny Day, Bounce, Will-o-Wisp
    *	Lv51 Empoleon: Water/Steel
    o	Brine, Aerial Ace, Metal Claw, Aerial Ace
    If you choose Piplup:
    *	Lv48 Staraptor: Normal/Flying
    o	Aerial Ace, U-Turn, Close Combat, Steel Wing
    *	Lv48 Heracross: Bug/Fighting
    o	Close Combat, Rock Slide, Night Slash, Aerial Ace
    *	Lv49 Snorlax: Normal
    o	Body Slam, Crunch, Rest, Earthquake
    *	Lv47 Rapidash: Fire
    o	Fire Blast, Sunny Day, Bounce, Will-o-Wisp
    *	Lv47 Roserade: Grass/Poison
    o	Giga Drain, Poison Jab, Shadow Ball, GrassWhistle
    *	Lv51 Torterra: Grass/Ground
    o	Leaf Storm, Earthquake, Crunch, Synthesis
    
    Suggested Lv: 55+
    Advice: Staraptor with Close Combat will give you a bit of trouble, so 
    shock it into submission with an Electric type. Heracross has 4x 
    weakness to Flying so be quick about your attacks. Snorlax can and will 
    be trouble with its high Defense and Rest, barrage it with Fighting 
    type moves. You should be familiar with the last three by now so hit 
    them where it hurts.
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    Once thatís over, heal up and start shopping, when you feel your ready 
    go and fight the Elite Four. (It is quite possible to beat the Elite 
    Four with Pokemon at least 50 but youíll need plenty of heal items and 
    Revives to get the job done.)
    
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    12.4
    Elite Four Aaron
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    *	Lv 49 Yanmega: Bug/Flying
    o	Air Slash, Bug Buzz, U-Turn, Double Team
    *	Lv49 Scizor: Bug/Steel
    o	Iron Head, X-Scissor, Night Slash, Quick Attack
    *	Lv50 Vespiquen: Bug/Flying
    o	Attack Order, Defend Order, Heal Order, Power Gem
    *	Lv51 Heracross: Bug/Fighting
    o	Megahorn, Close Combat, Night Slash, Stone Edge
    *	Lv53 Drapion: Poison/Dark
    o	X-Scissor, Cross Poison, Ice Fang, Aerial Ace
    
    Advice: Use Rock-Type moves for Yanmega and Vespiquen, Fire for Scizor, 
    and Flying for Heracross. It confuses me how a Poison/Dark Type Drapion 
    made the cut in this team but it sure is dangerous. Use a strong Ground 
    move to kill him quickly because you will not like how strong it is.
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    12.5
    Elite Four Bertha
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    *	Lv50 Whiscash: Water/Ground
    o	Earth Power, Aqua Tail, Zen Headbutt, Sandstorm
    *	Lv53 Gliscor: Ground/Flying
    o	Earthquake, Ice Fang, Thunder Fang, Fire Fang
    *	Lv52 Hippowdon: Ground
    o	Earthquake, Crunch, Stone Edge, Yawn
    *	Lv52 Golem: Rock/Ground
    o	Earthquake, Fire Punch, Thunder Punch, Sandstorm
    *	Lv55 Rhyperior: Ground/Rock
    o	Earthquake, Rock Wrecker, Megahorn, Avalanche
    
    Advice: Grass is going to be your friend in here but the majority of 
    Pokemon in Berthaís team have a move that can destroy Grass types so do 
    this as quickly as possible. Water and Ice moves can also help with 
    Gliscor but be mindful of the elemental Fang moves he has.
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    12.6
    Elite Four Flint
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    *	Lv52 Houndoom: Dark/Fire
    o	Flamethrower, Sunny Day, Sludge Bomb, Dark Pulse
    *	Lv55 Flareon: Fire
    o	Overheat, Giga Impact, Quick Attack, Will-o-Wisp
    *	Lv53 Rapidash: Fire
    o	Flare Blitz, Solarbeam, Bounce, Sunny Day
    *	Lv55 Infernape: Fire/Fighting
    o	Flare Blitz, Thunder Punch, Mach Punch, Earthquake
    *	Lv57 Magmortar: Fire
    o	Flamethrower, Thunderbolt, Solarbeam, Hyper Beam
    
    Advice: A Fighting type can take care of Houndoom. A Flying type has 
    Infernape covered. Water or Ground types can take care of the rest but 
    be careful of the Sunny Day-Solarbeam combo. If Sunny Day is still out, 
    Solarbeam can be used whenever.
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    12.7
    Elite Four Lucian
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    *	Lv53 Mr. Mime: Psychic
    o	Psychic, Thunderbolt, Reflect, Light Screen
    *	Lv55 Espeon: Psychic
    o	Psychic, Shadow Ball, Quick Attack, Signal Beam
    *	Lv54 Bronzong: Steel/Psychic
    o	Psychic, Gyro Ball, Earthquake, Calm Mind
    *	Lv56 Alakazam: Psychic
    o	Psychic, Energy Ball, Focus Blast, Recover
    *	Lv59 Gallade: Psychic/Fighting
    o	Drain Punch, Psycho Cut, Leaf Blade, Stone Edge
    
    Advice: Dark and Bug type moves are key in this fight, especially since 
    Dark is unaffected to Psychic. But I wouldnít use a Dark type on Espeon 
    because of itís Signal Beam move. Bronzong needs to be hit by a Fire 
    move quickly before he uses Earthquake. Gallade has every weakness 
    covered so youíll need to work fast on this one.
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    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Champion Cynthia <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
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    *	Lv58 Spiritomb: Ghost/Dark
    o	Dark Pulse, Psychic, Silver Wind, Shadow Pulse
    *	Lv58 Roserade: Grass/Poison
    o	Energy Ball, Sludge Bomb, Toxic, Extrasensory
    *	Lv60 Togekiss: Normal/Flying
    o	Air Slash, Aura Sphere, Water Pulse, Shock Wave
    *	Lv60 Lucario: Fighting/Steel
    o	Aura Sphere, Extremespeed, Shadow Ball, Stone Edge
    *	Lv58 Milotic: Water
    o	Surf, Ice Beam, Mirror Coat, Dragon Pulse
    *	Lv62 Garchomp: Dragon/Ground
    o	Dragon Rush, Earthquake, Flamethrower, Giga Impact
    
    Advice: Let me start by saying congrats on getting this far, but this 
    will be a little more difficult than advertised. Spiritomb is one of 
    two Pokemon that doesnít have a single weakness and has a good amount 
    of immunities so hit him hard with a special attack. You should know 
    how to take down Roserade by dealing with your rival this whole time. 
    Togekiss is the replacement of Diamond and Pearlís Gastrodon, itís weak 
    against Electric and Rock type moves. Apparently Lucario is all the 
    rage with female trainers. Lucario is weak against Fire and Ground 
    moves. Milotic has a weakness for Grass and Electric moves but be 
    careful of Mirror Coat because itís dangerous when you use a special 
    attack on her. Lastly, we have the big dragon himself, Garchomp. 
    Garchomp will mage a massacre out of your Pokemon easily. Use an Ice 
    move and it will spell disaster for Garchomp. 
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    There you go, you have officially beaten Pokemon Platinum, now enjoy 
    the credits.
    
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    13: Second Run
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    Now that you defeated the Elite Four, hereís a chance to have a rematch 
    with the Gyms and Elites, stronger than before. I wonít give advice on 
    this for one reason: This is totally optional and you donít have to 
    fight them again, but itís good training so this is all on you. Alright 
    lets get started.
    
    (-----Oreburgh Gym Leader Roark---------------------------------------)
    *	Lv62 Aerodactyl: Rock/Flying
    *	Lv61 Probopass: Rock/Steel
    *	Lv61 Golem: Rock/Ground
    *	Lv63 Rampardos: Rock
    *	Lv65 Tyranitar: Rock/Dark
    (/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////)
    
    (-----Eterna Gym Leader Gardenia--------------------------------------)
    *	Lv61 Jumpluff: Grass/Flying
    *	Lv62 Cherrim: Grass
    *	Lv61 Bellossom: Grass
    *	Lv63 Torterra: Grass/Ground
    *	Lv65 Roserade: Grass/Poison
    (/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////)
    
    (-----Hearthome Gym Leader Fantina------------------------------------)
    *	Lv61 Banette: Ghost
    *	Lv61 Drifblim: Ghost/Flying
    *	Lv62 Dusknoir: Ghost
    *	Lv63 Mismagius: Ghost
    *	Lv65 Gengar: Ghost/Poison
    (/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////)
    
    (-----Veilstone Gym Leader Maylene------------------------------------)
    *	Lv62 Hitmontop: Fighting
    *	Lv63 Medicham: Psychic/Fighting
    *	Lv62 Breloom: Grass/Fighting
    *	Lv64 Machamp: Fighting
    *	Lv66 Lucario: Fighting/Steel
    (/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////)
    
    (-----Pastoria Gym Leader Crasher Wake--------------------------------)
    *	Lv61 Sharpedo: Water/Dark
    *	Lv61 Quagsire: Water/Ground
    *	Lv62 Gyarados: Water/Flying
    *	Lv63 Floatzel: Water
    *	Lv65 Ludicolo: Water/Grass
    (/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////)
    
    (-----Canalave Gym Leader Byron---------------------------------------)
    *	Lv61 Skamory: Steel/Flying
    *	Lv61 Steelix: Steel/Ground
    *	Lv62 Magnezone: Steel/Electric
    *	Lv63 Bastiodon: Rock/Steel
    *	Lv65 Aggron: Steel/Rock
    (/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////)
    
    (-----Snowpoint Gym Leader Candace------------------------------------)
    *	Lv62 Weavile: Dark/Ice
    *	Lv61 Mamoswine: Ground/Ice
    *	Lv61 Abomnasnow: Ice/Grass
    *	Lv63 Frosslass: Ice/Ghost
    *	Lv65 Glaceon: Ice
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    (-----Sunnyshore Gym Leader Volkner-----------------------------------)
    *	Lv61 Jolteon: Electric
    *	Lv61 Raichu: Electric
    *	Lv62 Luxray: Electric
    *	Lv63 Lanturn: Water/Electric
    *	Lv65 Electrivire: Electric
    (/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////)
    
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             Elite Four Aaron          
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    *	Lv65 Yanmega: Bug/Flying
    *	Lv65 Scizor: Steel/Bug
    *	Lv66 Vespiquen: Bug/Flying
    *	Lv67 Heracross: Fighting/Bug
    *	Lv69 Drapion: Poison/Dark
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                  Elite Four Bertha          
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    *	Lv66 Whiscash: Water/Ground
    *	Lv69 Gliscor: Ground/Flying
    *	Lv68 Hippowdon: Ground
    *	Lv68 Golem: Rock/Ground
    *	Lv71 Rhyperior: Ground/Rock
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    Elite Four Flint
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    *	Lv68 Houndoom: Dark/Fire
    *	Lv71 Flareon: Fire
    *	Lv69 Rapidash: Fire
    *	Lv71 Infernape: Fire/Fighting
    *	Lv73 Magmortar: Fire
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    Elite Four Lucian
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    *	Lv69 Mr. Mime: Psychic
    *	Lv71 Espeon: Psychic
    *	Lv70 Bronzong: Steel/Psychic
    *	Lv72 Alakazam: Psychic
    *	Lv75 Gallade: Psychic/Fighting
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    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Champion Cynthia <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
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    *	Lv74 Spiritomb: Ghost/Dark
    *	Lv74 Roserade: Grass/Poison
    *	Lv76 Togekiss: Normal/Flying
    *	Lv76 Lucario: Fighting/Steel
    *	Lv74 Milotic: Water
    *	Lv78 Garchomp: Dragon/Ground
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    14. Conclusion
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    Itís the end of my Walkthrough; I thank you for choosing mine. I like 
    to thank Psypokeís website the most for most of the information on 
    there that I put on here.