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    TM/Shadow Pokémon Locations
    May, 2004
    Version 2.35
    Made by LostSamurai
    
    
    Table of Contents
    1. Legal Stuff
    2. Version History
    3. FAQ
    4. TM list
    5. Shadow Pokémon
    6. Movesets of Shadow Pokémon
    7. Miscellaneous Helpful Hints
    8. Credits
    
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    1. Legal Stuff
    
        This is my document, I wrote it. I'm not bothering to put much in here
    because this FAQ didn't take much time and effort to write. I just think anyone
    who steals this is pretty sad. Save the THIEF for Bagon and steal a Dragon Scale.
    
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    2. Version History
    
    Version 2.35- Started adding locations of trainers.
    Version 2.3- Added Jirachi as an obtainable Pokémon
    Version 2.2- Fully English
    Version 2.1- Added items held by Pokémon
    Version 2.0- Added Movesets to shadow Pokémon
    Version 1.1- fixed text, added Legal Stuff
    Version 1.0- wrote the entire thing.
    
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    3. FAQ- Liberty of Chris Fritz aka Meowth346
    
    Q: Can Espeon and Umbreon be female?
    A: In order to prevent breeding either of these two for Kanto Pokemon, Espeon
    and Umbreon are always male. Their Individual Values and Nature, however, are
    random.
    
    Q: I heard that I have to choose which Johto starter to snatch, near the
    beginning of the game. Does this mean I can only get one?
    A: When you first leave Phenice City, you may only battle one of three trainers,
    and each trainer has a Johto starter. However, after clearing the game, you may
    start over and choose to battle another of the three trainers, instead.
    
    Q: Can the Johto starters be female, or are they preset to male?
    A: They have a 1-in-8 chance of being female.
    
    Q: I didn't snatch a Shadow Pokemon when I had the chance. Did I miss my
    opportunity?
    A: You will rebattle many trainers that have Shadow Pokemon. If you don't
    snatch the Pokemon on the first try, then you'll have another.
    Once you've snatched the Shadow Pokemon, future battles with the trainer
    will contain a normal Pokemon in the snatched Pokemon's place.
    
    Q: Does this mean if a Shadow Pokemon is male, I can wait until later, and catch
    it as a female?
    A: Pokemon's gender and statistical information is set upon the first battle,
    and will remain for all following battle against that trainer.
    
    Q: Can I get more of the TMs from the colosseums by battling more than four
    times in the same time?
    A: No. You can only get each TM once, except for the ones that you buy. The only
    prize you will receive after four colosseum battles is money.
    
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    4. TM list:
    (TMs not listed cannot be found in Colosseum without trading to Ruby/Sapphire.)
    
    TM01 Focus Punch: Pyrite Colosseum Battle 1
    
    TM02 Dragon Claw: Bottom (Deep Under) Colosseum Battle 4
    
    TM05 Roar: Pyrite Colosseum Battle 3
    
    TM06 Toxic: Complete Pyrite Colosseum
    
    TM07 Hail: Pyrite Colosseum Battle 2
    
    TM10 Hidden Power: Under Shop
    
    TM11 Sunny Day: Phenac Stadium Battle 2
    
    TM12 Taunt: Bottom (Deep Under) Colosseum Battle 1
    
    TM13 Ice Beam: Poké Coupon (4000pt)
    
    TM14 Blizzard: Under Shop
    
    TM15 Hyper Beam: Under Shop
    
    TM16 Light Screen: Under Shop
    
    TM17 Protect: Under Shop
    
    TM18 Rain Dance: Phenice Stadium Battle 1
    
    TM19 Giga Drain: Phenice Stadium Battle 3
    
    TM20 Safeguard: Under Shop
    
    TM22 Solarbeam: Phenice Stadium Battle 4
    
    TM23 Iron Tail: Under Colosseum Battle 4
    
    TM24 Thunderbolt: Poké Coupon (4000pt)
    
    TM25 Thunder: Under Shop
    
    TM26 Earthquake: Research Lab
    
    TM27 Return: Defeat Pre Gym Leader in Phenice City
    
    TM29 Psychic: Poké Coupon (3500pt)
    
    TM30 Shadow Ball: Under Colosseum Battle 3
    
    TM31 Brick Break: Pyrite Colosseum Battle 4
    
    TM32 Double Team: Poké Coupon (1500pt)
    
    TM33 Reflect: Under Shop
    
    TM35 Flamethrower: Poké Coupon (4000pt)
    
    TM36 Sludge Bomb: Under Colosseum Battle 2
    
    TM37 Sandstorm: Under Colosseum Battle 1
    
    TM38 Fire Blast: Under Shop
    
    TM41 Torment: Defeat Rollerboy Mikey in Phenice City
    
    TM44 Rest: Bottom (Deep Under) Colosseum Battle 3
    
    TM45 Attract: Under Studio
    
    TM46 Thief: Pyrite Town Jail
    
    TM47 Steel Wing: Defeat 10 in Mt. Battle
    
    TM48 Skill Swap: Bottom (Deep Under) Colosseum Battle 2
    
    TM49 Snatch: Minor B's Hideout
    
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    5. Shadow Pokémon, First Encounters
    
    Espeon- Level 25- Starter
    
    Umbreon- Level 26- Starter
    
    Makuhita- Level 30- Minor B Peon Trudly
    
    Bayleef- Level 30- Mystery Troop Verde (Phenac City)
    
    Quilava- Level 30- Mystery Troop Rosso (Phenac City)
    
    Croconaw- Level 30- Mystery Troop Bluno (Phenac City)
    
    Furret- Level 33- Rogue Cal (Pyrite Town)
    
    Misdreavus- Level 30- Rider Vant (Pyrite Town)
    
    Noctowl- Level 30- Rider Nover (Pyrite Town)
    
    Flaafy- Level 30- Street Performer Diogo (Pyrite Town)
    
    Skiploom- Level 30- Rider Leba (Pyrite Town)
    
    Quagsire- Level 30- Bandana Guy Divel (Pyrite Town)
    
    Slugma- Level 30- Rollerboy Lon (Pyrite Town)
    
    Yanma- Level 33- Cipher Peon Nore
    
    Remoraid- Level 20- Minor B Peon Reath
    
    Mantine- Level 33- Minor B Peon Ferma
    
    Quilfish- Level 33- Hunter Doken
    
    Medidite- Level 33- Rider Twan
    
    Dunsparce- Level 33- Rider Sosh
    
    Swablu- Level 33- Hunter Zato
    
    Sudowoodo- Level 35- Cypher Admin Minor B
    
    Plusle- Level 13- Receive from Duking
    
    Hitmontop- Level 38- Cipher Peon Cowap
    
    Entei- Level 40- Cipher Admin Dakim
    
    Ledian- Level 40- Cipher Peon Kloak
    
    Suicune- Level 40- Cipher Admin Venus
    
    Gligar- Level 43- Hunter Frena
    
    Stantler- Level 43- Chaser Liaks
    
    Piloswine- Level 43- Bodybuilder Lonia
    
    Sneasel- Level 43- Rider Nelis
    
    Aipom- Level 43- Cipher Peon Cole
    
    Murkrow- Level 43- Cipher Peon Lare
    
    Forretress- Level 43- Cipher Peon Vana
    
    Ariados- Level 43- Cipher Peon Lesar
    
    Granbull- Level 43- Cipher Peon Tanie
    
    Vibrava- Level 43- Cipher Peon Remil
    
    Raikou- Level 40- Cipher Admin Ein
    
    Delibird- Level 45- Cipher Peon Arton
    
    Sunflora- Level 45- Cipher Peon Baila
    
    Heracross- Level 45- Cipher Peon Dioge
    
    Skarmory- Level 47- Snagem Head Gonzap (Realgem Tower)
    
    Miltank- Level 48- Bodybuilder Jomas (Tower Colosseum)
    
    Absol- Level 48- Rider Delan (Tower Colosseum)
    
    Houndoom- Level 48- Cipher Peon Nella (Tower Colosseum)
    
    Tropius- Level 49- Cipher Peon Ston (Tower Colosseum)
    
    Metagross- Level 50- Cipher Nascour (Tower Colosseum)
    
    Tyranitar- Level 55- Cipher Head Evice (Tower Colosseum)
    
    Smeargle- Level 45- Team Snagem Biden
    
    Ursaring- Level 45- Team Snagem Agrev
    
    Shuckle- Level 45- Deep King Agnol
    
    Togetic- Level 20- Shady Guy (your name) (Outskirt Stand)
    
    Pikachu- Level 10- Gift with Silver Poké Coupon Card
    
    Ho-oh- Level 70- Catch all Shadow Pokémon, Win Colosseum mode:
                                             Mt. Battle 100-in-a-row.
    Jirachi- Level 5- Gift with Bonus Disc
    (Note: Must use story-mode Pokémon only)
    
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    6. Movesets
    (The first move on the list will be replaced with Shadow Rush until the
    Pokémon is purified -except for Espeon and Umbreon)
    
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    Umbreon: (ALWAYS MALE)
    Bite
    Secret Power
    Taunt
    Snatch
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    Espeon: (ALWAYS MALE)
    Confusion
    Return
    Reflect
    Helping Hand
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    Makuhita:
    Foresight
    Focus Energy
    Vital Throw
    Cross Chop
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    Bayleef: Miracleseed
    Sunny Day
    Synthesis
    Razor Leaf
    Body Slam
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    Quilava: Charcoal
    Sunny Day
    Smokescreen
    Dig
    Flame Wheel
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    Croconaw: Mystic Water
    Rain Dance
    Scary Face
    Bite
    Surf
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    Furret:
    Iron Tail
    Helping Hand
    Quick Atack
    Strength
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    Misdreavus: Spell Tag
    Psybeam
    Confuse Ray
    Mean Look
    Shadow Ball
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    Noctowl:
    Steel Wing
    Hypnosis
    Reflect
    Fly
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    Flaaffy:
    Thunderbolt
    Thunder Wave
    Cotton Spore
    Thundershock
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    Skiploom:
    Synthesis
    Sleep Powder
    Cotton Spore
    Mega Drain
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    Quagsire:
    Mud Shot
    Amnesia
    Slam
    Surf
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    Slugma:
    Sunny Day
    Yawn
    Rock Throw
    Flamethrower
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    Yanma:
    Detect
    Supersonic
    Sonicboom
    Uproar
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    Remoraid:
    Bubblebeam
    Lock-on
    Psybeam
    Aurora Beam
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    Mantine:
    Wing Attack
    Supersonic
    Bubblebeam
    Take Down
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    Qwilfish: Poison Barb
    Pin Missile
    Minimize
    Poison Sting
    Surf
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    Meditite: Twistedspoon
    Detect
    Calm Mind
    Confusion
    Hi Jump Kick
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    Dunsparce:
    Spite
    Glare
    Yawn
    Take Down
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    Swablu:
    Mirror Move
    Sing
    Safeguard
    Fly
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    Sudowoodo: Hard Stone
    Flail
    Block
    Low Kick
    Rock Slide
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    Plusle:
    Growl
    Thunder Wave
    Quick Attack
    Helping Hand
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    Hitmontop: Black Belt (ALWAYS MALE)
    Agility
    Focus Energy
    Triple Kick
    Rapid Spin
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    Entei:
    Sunny Day
    Leer
    Bite
    Fire Blast
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    Ledian:
    Baton Pass
    Safeguard
    Supersonic
    Comet Punch
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    Suicune:
    Rain Dance
    Leer
    Gust
    Surf
    ------------------
    Gligar:
    Faint Attack
    Sand-Attack
    Poison Sting
    Slash
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    Stantler:
    Astonish
    Hypnosis
    Leer
    Take Down
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    Piloswine: Soft Sand
    Endure
    Odor Sleuth
    Dig
    Blizzard
    ------------------
    Sneasel:
    Faint Attack
    Screech
    Fury Swipes
    Icy Wind
    ------------------
    Aipom:
    Baton Pass
    Tickle
    Fury Swipes
    Swift
    ------------------
    Murkrow:
    Faint Attack
    Mean Look
    Night Shade
    Fly
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    Forretress:
    Explosion
    Protect
    Bide
    Rapid Spin
    ------------------
    Ariados: Silver Powder
    Spider Web
    Scary Face
    Leech Life
    Sludge Bomb
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    Granbull:
    Bite
    Scary Face
    Roar
    Strength
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    Vibrava: Dragon Fang
    Crunch
    Screech
    Sand Tomb
    Dragonbreath
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    Raikou:
    Rain Dance
    Leer
    Quick Attack
    Thunder
    ------------------
    Delibird: Nevermeltice
    Blizzard
    Attract
    Present
    Fly
    ------------------
    Sunflora:
    Sunny Day
    Growth
    Ingrain
    Solarbeam
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    Heracross:
    Reversal
    Endure
    Counter
    Brick Break
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    Skarmory: Sharp Beak
    Drill Peck
    Metal Sound
    Air Cutter
    Steel Wing
    ------------------
    Miltank:
    Milk Drink
    Defense Curl
    Rollout
    Body Slam
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    Absol:
    Perish Song
    Swords Dance
    Slash
    Faint Attack
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    Houndoom:
    Faint Attack
    Howl
    Smog
    Flamethrower
    ------------------
    Tropius:
    Synthesis
    Magical Leaf
    Fly
    Solarbeam
    ------------------
    Metagross: Metal Coat
    Hyper Beam
    Iron Defense
    Metal Claw
    Psychic
    ------------------
    Tyranitar: Nugget
    Crunch
    Thunder
    Rock Slide
    Blizzard
    ------------------
    Smeargle:
    Sketch
    Tail Whip
    Doubleslap
    Iron Tail
    ------------------
    Ursaring:
    Faint Attack
    Fake Tears
    Lick
    Slash
    ------------------
    Shuckle:
    Safeguard
    Encore
    Rest
    Bide
    ------------------
    Togetic:
    Metronome
    Charm
    Sweet Kiss
    Yawn
    ------------------
    Pikachu: Light Ball
    Thundershock
    Growl
    Tail Whip
    Thunder Wave
    ------------------
    Ho-oh:
    Recover
    Fire Blast
    Sunny Day
    Swift
    ------------------
    Jirachi: Ganlon Berry or Salac Berry
    Wish
    Rest
    Confusion
    
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    7. Helpful Hints (these are not in any specific order)
    
    The order of Johto starters is determined by the exit you choose to leave
    Phenac city. The colors of the Mystery troops' outfits correspond to the
    type of the starter they use.
    
    Eagun's e-mail is cut off. He is trying to tell you that he has a Master Ball
    to give you the next time you are in Agate village.
    
    You can deposit Pokémon in the computer to fully heal them when there is no
    Pokémon center machine.
    
    Croconaw, Quagsire, Remoraid, Quilfish, Mantine, Yanma, Suicune, Ariados,
    Ledian, Forretress, Heracross, and Shuckle are all Bug/Water types, and are
    thus caught with less difficulty if a Net Ball is used on them.
    
    Using the Master Ball on Tyranitar screws up the Scizor's Baton Pass Strategy.
    
    Bringing a Pokémon that knows Sunny Day (best to use is Meganium) to Ein's lab
    can help, as most of the trainers use Rain Dance + Thunder strategies.
    
    Purify as many Pokémon early on, in Duel Square (when the trainers are levels
    27-32) because later on in the game it becomes harder to purify the weaker
    guys because they keep dying.
    
    Do not save money or spend it on vitamins (ex: HP Up) Sell the vitamins that are
    found in the treasure chest and use the money to buy healing items. Chances are
    if you save money you'll lose at least once due to lack of healing items, and
    your money will be halved.
    
    Don't use Duking's plusle. He's cute, which is about all.
    
    Use Hyper Mode to your advantage. Only Call if you need to heal them or if
    purifying the Pokémon is your prime concern.
    
    Using traded Pokémon is not allowed in Mt. Battle if you're going for Ho-oh,
    but what is allowed is trading to Ruby/Sapphire to EV train, raise to equal
    levels, etc.
    
    Kill the Shadow Pokémon in Realgem Tower Colosseum (except tyranitar, if you
    use the Master Ball on it) and come back to snag them once you raise your guys
    to be stronger. (Level 60+) It makes it much easier to snag them.
    
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    8. Credits
    
    1. Lost Samurai- I wrote it
    2. You for reading this
    3. Meowth346's Pokefor.tk- Amazing Site
    4. GameFaqs.com for hosting the site
    

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