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                         Pokemon Ruby/Sapphire FAQ/Walkthrough
                                 by Team Rocket Elite
                           E-mail- teamrocketelite@yahoo.com
                              Version 2.50 Mar. 14, 2003
    
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    Version History
    Ver 2.50- Changed most of the Japanese names to English names. Updated Shop
              List. Added to Side Quests section. Updated New attacks list. Updated
              Hoenn Map. Added a TM List and a HM List.
    Ver 2.00- Rewrote most of the walkthrough. Added exp chart. Added more to 
              the Frequently Asked Questions section. Added max exp to Pokedex.
              Updated Shop List. Updated Map of Houen. Updated New Attacks list.
              Added Side Quest section. Fixed several typos.
    Ver 1.10- Started Walkthrough revision. Added a list of New Attacks for RS.
    Ver 1.00- Completed general Pokedex information. Added Egg Groups section.
    Ver 0.91- Added Type Affinity, Trainer Eye and Frequently Asked Questions
              section. Pokedex still needs lots of work.
    Ver 0.9- Split up the walkthrough into smaller sections. Added Shop List.
    Ver 0.81- Updated Pokedex. Thanks goes to www.pokefor.tk for the name
              translations of the Pokemon and towns.
    Ver 0.8- Completed Walkthrough up to the end of the League and going to the
             Battle Tower. Divided up the walkthrough into sections.
    Ver 0.1- Initial Release. 17 Pokemon in Pokedex, Walkthrough up to first Gym.
    
    Table of Contents:
    I. Map of Hoenn
    II. Walkthrough
       i.    Up to the First Gym
       ii.   Up to the Second Gym 
       iii.  Up to the Third Gym
       iv.   Up to the Fourth Gym
       v.    Up to the Fifth Gym
       vi.   Up to the Sixth Gym
       vii.  Up to the Seventh Gym
       viii. Up to the Eighth Gym
       ix.   Up to the Elite Five and the Battle Tower.
    III. Side Quests
    IV. Type Affinity
    V. Trainer's Eyes(Japanese)
    VI. Experience Chart
    VII. Egg Groups
    VIII. Shop list
    IX. New Attacks
    X. TM List(Incomplete)
    XI. HM List
    XII. Pokedex
    XIII. Frequently Asked Questions
    XIV. Acknowledgements
    
    I. Map of Hoenn
    ***************
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    4--JJ   |  |    |   ++++DD
    4   8---77+|----/   ++++++
    |       Y           +F++++
    I   /-+-|           ++++++ H
    |3--2   |           Q +P+G
    V   |   6++T+++++E++++++++
    +   1   6
    +       +             S
    +K+     +
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    Legend
    -/|\ Routes
    +    Sea Route/Need Surf
    
    1    Littleroot Town
    2    Oldale Town
    3    Petalburg City(5th Gym)
    4    Rustboro City(1st Gym)
    5    Dewford Town(2nd Gym)
    6    Slateport City
    7    Mauville City(3rd Gym)
    8    Verdanturf Town
    9    Fallarbor Town
    A    Lavaridge Town(4th Gym)
    B    Fortree City(6th Gym)
    C    Lilycove City
    D    Mossdeep City(7th Gym)
    E    Pacifidlog Town
    F    Sootopolis City(8th Gym) & Cave of Origin
    G    Ever Grande City1 & Victory Road
    H    Ever Grande City2
    
    I    Petalburg Woods
    J    Rusturf Tunnel
    K    Granite Cave
    L    Fiery Path & Jagged Pass
    M    Meteor Falls
    N    Mt. Chimney
    O    Mt. Pyre
    P    Seafloor Cavern
    
    Q    Sky Pillar
    R    Safari Zone
    S    Battle Tower
    T    Sealed Chamber
    U    Desert Ruins
    V    Island Cave
    W    Ancient Tomb
    
    X    Shoal Cave
    Y    New Mauville
    Z    Abandoned Ship
    
    II. Walkthrough
    ***************
    i. Up to the First Gym
    ++++++++++++++++++++++
    Beginning the Game
    ------------------
    After the title screen choose the first option to start a new game. After the
    professor stops talking, you choose your gender. Top is male, bottom is female.
    Next you choose a name. The first option is to put one in yourself, the other
    four are predefined names. I suggest that you choose a name. Press Select 2
    times to access the English alphabet. Put in a name. When you are done choose
    the bottom choice on the far left of the screen to submit the name. For the
    next choice, choose the top option to confirm the name. There is a bit more
    talking before you appear in a truck. A few moments later you can get out of
    the truck by exiting to the right. An arrow will appear to show you where to
    exit. You are now in Littleroot Town(1 on the Map).
    
    Littleroot Town
    ---------------
    A person comes out and there is more talking. You automatically go inside a
    building. Then there is more talking. When it stops, head up the stairs and
    look at the clock. Set the time using the Left and Right arrow keys and press A
    to submit the time. Choose the top option to confirm the time. Then there is
    more talking. Look at the computer on the far right of your room. Choose the
    top option three times to withdraw the item. Press B a few times to turn off
    the computer. Go downstairs. Even more talking. Next head outside. Enter the
    building beside the building you came out of. A little more talking.
    Go upstairs and talk to the person there. That's your rival. He/she will be the
    opposite gender of the character you choose. For this guide the rival will be
    assumed to be male. Go downstairs and leave the building. Go up to leave the
    town. A person will stop you to talk for a moment, then continue on.
    
    You will see a Poochyena chasing the professor. When you have control again go
    look at the bag. Choose your starting Pokemon. You will enter your first
    battle. You have four options: Attack(top left), Item(top right),
    Switch(bottom left) and Run(bottom right). The only item you have is a Potion.
    Since your Pokemon isn't damaged, you don't need it right now. You have no
    Pokemon to switch to. You can't run so your only option is to attack. The
    Poochyena won't be too much of a challenge. Just use the attack that does
    damage.
    
    After the battle, you go to the lab back in Littleroot Town. After some talking,
    you get to keep the Pokemon you choose. You are then given a choice to nickname
    it. Top is yes, bottom is no. After a bit more talking you get another choice.
    The game won't proceed until you choose yes, the top choice. Next we finally
    get to leave the town. Exit north onto Route 101.
    
    Route 101
    ---------
    Continue upwards through Route 101. You may encounter some wild Pokemon. They
    aren't too powerful and you will easily be able to beat them by just using a
    damaging attack. The path is straightforward. Eventually you will reach Oldale
    Town(2 on the map).
    
    Oldale Town
    -----------
    The first building you will see is the Pokemon Centre. It has the letters P.C
    on the front of it. This is the place where you can heal your injured Pokemon
    for free. When you enter it, there is a lady at the desk beside a large
    machine. Talk to her to heal your Pokemon. There is a Pokemon Centre in every
    town, remember what they look like. You will be visiting them frequently. When
    you are done, leave Oldale Town through the northern exit onto Route 103.
    
    Route 103
    ---------
    Battle the wild Pokemon here to level up to Lv 6 or higher, you have a tough
    battle ahead. After you are done, go back to town to heal at the Pokemon
    Centre. Go to the shop and buy a few Potions(first item, cost 300) then come
    back to Route 103. At the top of the route you will meet your rival for the
    second time. When you talk to him, he will challenge you to a battle. Just use
    a damaging attack, you should win due to your higher level, use a Potion if you
    need to. Head back to Oldale Town to heal.
    
    Oldale Town
    -----------
    After healing at the Pokemon Centre head for the South end of town and talk to
    your rival again. Afterwards, travel south back through Route 101 to Littleroot
    Town.
    
    Littleroot Town
    ---------------
    Go into the large building at the South end of town. Walk up and talk to the
    professor who is standing beside your rival. You will get a Pokedex and 5
    Pokeballs. Leave the building and try to exit the town. Before you can leave
    town, your mom will stop you and give you a pair of Running Shoes. Now you can
    hold B to run! Travel back through Route 101 and get to Oldale Town again.
    
    Oldale Town
    -----------
    As always heal when you reach the town. If you like you can buy more Pokeballs
    here now. Anyways, this time exit the town through the West exit. You will
    enter Route 102.
    
    Route 102
    ---------
    The Pokemon on this route are a little stronger but still no match for your
    Pokemon. But now you face a new challenge, trainers. Trainer battles are one
    time events. With exception to trainers that are recorded in your Trainer Eye,
    after you beat a trainer you can't fight them again. You can't run from a
    trainer battle and frequently you must battle more then one Pokemon in a row.
    On the upside, Trainers give 1.5 times more experience and gives you money when
    you win. The Trainers on this Route are still no match for you. Just use your
    damaging attack and you won't have any trouble. Keep going left along this
    route. Like Route 101 it's very straightforward. You will eventually reach
    Petalburg City(3 on the map).
    
    Petalburg City
    --------------
    This town has a special place in it called a gym. As you progress through the
    game, you will need to defeat all the 8 Gym Leaders for badges to enter the
    Pokemon League. Heal your Pokemon and enter the Gym. Talk to the person inside.
    Another person will then come in. You will automatically leave the gym and the
    person will show you how to catch Pokemon. Afterwards you will automatically go
    back to the gym. You can't battle in this gym until you have 4 badges so leave
    it and exit the town to the left to access Route 104.
    
    At this point, you may want to catch some Pokemon for your team. In case you
    weren't paying attention or need a recap, I'm am redescribing the process here.
    First, you need to get into a battle with a wild Pokemon. You can not catch the
    Pokemon of other trainers. After weakening it, use the Pokeball item. If you
    are lucky, you will catch the Pokemon. If not try again. The more you weaken
    the opponent Pokemon, the greater your chance of success is. Be careful if you
    faint the opponent Pokemon, the battle ends and you don't get a chance to catch
    it. You can also go back to the previous routes for different Pokemon. 
    
    Route 104
    ---------
    There are also a few trainers on Route 104. From here on out, you will see
    trainers just about everywhere. They are a little tougher then the previous
    tainers, but your Pokemon is still a higher level and you should win easy. Keep
    in mind to heal as needed. Route 104 is really short. Just go left, then up
    then left. Eventually you will reach the entrance to Petalburg Woods(I on the
    map). Go in.
    
    Petalburg Woods
    ---------------
    From the start go right. In the lower right corner of the Forest you can find
    an exit that leads to an item. The item is a Pokeball. Go back into the forest
    and go all the way to the left. Continue down this path and you will meet up
    with a member of Team Aqua/Magma who challenges you to a Pokemon Battle. He is
    a little more difficult then the previous trainers but he is still not too
    hard. You might have to switch or use a Potion if your Pokemon gets too
    weak. For your troubles you get a Great Ball. Follow the path and you will
    leave Petalburg Woods and onto the other side of Route 104.
    
    Route 104
    ---------
    There will be a building in front of you. Enter it and talk to all the people.
    Next go behind the building for an Potion. After that continue down the path to
    the right. There are still a couple more trainers. Head onto the bridge. One of
    the trainers here will challenge you to a 2 on 2 match. Its just like a normal
    battle with two changes. You need to choose the target of your attacks. Second,
    you must assign attacks to both Pokemon. However they won't battle if you only
    have one Pokemon in your team. Keep going up and at the end of the road you
    will get to Rustboro City(4 on the map).
    
    Rustboro City
    -------------
    The first city with a Gym you can fight in. Once again heal your Pokemon at the
    Pokemon Centre. Buy some Potions and X Defends in the shop, the trainers you
    fight in a gym a much more difficult then the trainers you find elsewhere
    especially the Gym Leader. You will need the Potions and X Defend. Finally,
    head for the Gym in the top right corner of the town. This is a Rock Pokemon
    Gym. The first trainer has a Lv10 Geodude, Lv8 Geodude and a Lv6 Geodude. The
    next trainer has a Lv11 Geodude. Neither of them will be too much of a problem.
    The Gym Leader has a Lv14 Geodude and Lv15 Nosepass. Start the battle by using
    your X Defends and healing with Potions as needed. Then attack using either a
    Special Based attack or a Physical Attack that isn't resisted by the opponent.
    The X Defend bonus and healing from Potions should keep you alive to win the
    battle.
    
    ii. Up to the Second Gym
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++
    Rustboro City
    -------------
    After the gym battle, heal and exit the town to the northeast onto Route 116.
    You will be stopped by a person. After he stops talking continue to the right.
    
    Route 116
    ---------
    Keep going right along this route. At the end of the route there is the
    Rusturf Tunnel(J on the map). When you try to enter it a person will talk to
    you. Afterwards go into the cave. Inside there is a Team Aqua/Magma member. Try
    to talk to him. Eventually he will battle you. After you beat him, return to
    Ruseboro City.
    
    Rustboro City
    -------------
    The person will stop and talk to you again. You will be taken to a building.
    After some more talking leave the building. Go to the building to the left of
    the Pokemon Centre and talk to the person inside to get HM01 Cut. Teach HM01 to
    a Pokemon, remember HMs can NOT be overwritten. Dewford Town doesn't have a
    shop so stock up on Potions here. You may want some X Defend for the next Gym
    Leader. Heal your Pokemon and head for the South end of town. Talk to your
    rival there then leave the town through the South exit. Go through the Forest
    again. You will come to a house with a boat in front of it. Talk to the person
    inside and say yes. You will arrive in Dewford Town(5 on the map).
    
    Dewford Town
    ------------
    The second Gym is in this town. Heal at the Pokemon Centre before going in.
    This one is a Fighting Pokemon Gym. First off you will notice that it is dark
    inside. Head up until you reach the wall. Next go right 6 spaces. You will
    enter a Trainer battle. The trainer has a Lv14 Meditite. Just use your
    strongest attacks to win. As you will notice after you beat a trainer the light
    gets bigger. Next, head all the way up to the wall. Go left six spaces. You can
    go left to fight a Trainer battle or go up to skip it. The trainer has a Lv14
    Machop. Afterwards head up to the wall. Go left for a trainer battle or right
    to face the Gym Leader. The Trainer has two Lv 12 Meditite and a Lv 12 Machop.
    The Gym Leader has a Lv17 Machop and Lv18 Makuhita. If you have any X Defends,
    they will help a lot here.
    
    iii. Up to the Third Gym
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++
    Dewford Town
    ------------
    After the battle, exit the town through the North exit, you will enter Route
    106.
    
    Route 106
    ---------
    Follow the land part of the route until you reach Granite Cave(K on the map).
    Enter it.
    
    Granite Cave
    ------------
    Talk to the person in front of you to get HM05 Flash. Teach one of your Pokemon
    HM05, remember HM attacks can NOT be overwritten. Follow the path and go down
    the stairs. Have your Pokemon use HM05 Flash to light up the cave. Keep
    following the path. At the split take the top route. Go down the next set of
    stairs. Keep following the path and go up the next set of stairs. And the next
    set of stairs. Continue down the path again. At the end talk to the person. You
    will be seeing this guy a lot in the future. He will give you the Pokemon
    Navigator and TM47 Steel Wing. Afterwards leave the cave and go back to Dewford
    Town.
    
    Dewford Town
    ------------
    Heal your Pokemon then go talk to the person beside the boat on the right side
    of town. Choose the middle option. You will board the ship and head for the
    next area, Route 109.
    
    Route 109
    ---------
    Fight the trainers in front of you. Head up to Slateport City(6 on the map).
    It's not very far.
    
    Slateport City
    --------------
    Heal at the Pokemon Centre. Enter the brown building on the right side of town
    beside the boats. Go straight up and talk to the person there. Then leave the
    building. Go into the green building that is above the brown building. Pay the
    entrance fee and then go up the stairs and prepare for battle against two
    members of Team Aqua/Magma. Talk to the scientist to start a chain of events
    leading to a battle. After you've defeated all the trainers, go heal your
    Pokemon and exit the town through the North Exit. Now entering Route 110.
    
    Route 110
    ---------
    After you go up a bit you can head west onto Route 103 to fight some trainers
    for experience and money. Regardless of if you choose to fight them or not
    continue to the right. After the next turn you will meet your rival who
    challenges you to a battle. I strongly suggest healing before you fight him.
    You might also want to stock up on Super Potions which can be bought in
    Slateport City. After you win continue upwards into the next town, Mauville
    City(7 on the map).
    
    Mauville City
    -------------
    Heal then go to the building to the right of Pokemon Centre. Talk to the person
    on the right. Choose the top option for his first question. Then he will ask
    which type of bike you want. The top option is for the Mach Bike, the bottom
    option is for the Acro Bike. The Mach Bike is faster but you need 4-5 steps to
    accelerate to top speed. It will allow you to go up mud slopes and run across
    cracked floor. The Acro Bike allows you to hop sideways. This is used to hop
    across the thin white rails. Either one is good for now. Talk to the person
    again and choose the top option if you want to switch between the two bikes.
    Next go to the Gym. The person in front of it will want to battle you. He has a
    Lv16 Ralts. You can go back to heal or enter the Gym. This is an Electric
    Pokemon Gym. The person with the yellow hair in front of you has a Lv18
    Electrike and a Lv18 Magnemite. The person above him has a Lv19 Ziguzagoon. Go
    up and step on the button. The trainer on the right of you has three Lv17
    Voltorb. Go all the way to the right and talk to the person for a battle. She
    has a Lv19 Meditite. Next head upwards to the Gym Leader. The Gym Leader has a
    Lv22 Magnemite, a Lv20 Voltorb and a Lv23 Magneton. I suggest leveling up to
    Lv25 for the battle. If you need more experience you can fight trainers to the
    left and right of town. Also keep in mind that Magnemite and Magneton are Steel
    type and are weak to Fire attacks. Useful if you chose Torchic to start. If you
    still have any spare X Defend, don't bother with them, they won't help too much
    in this Gym. You can buy X Speed in the mart if you need help out running
    Voltorb or to compensate for when you get Paralyzed.
    
    iv. Up to the Fourth Gym
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++
    Mauville City
    -------------
    Now that you have your third badge, heal and go to the building to the right of
    the shop. The person there will give HM06 Rock Smash. Find a Pokemon to teach
    it to. Then leave the town by the left exit.
    
    Route 117
    ---------
    This route is very straightforward. Just keep going left. You will eventually
    reach Verdanturf Town(8 on the map)
    
    Verdanturf Town
    ---------------
    When you reach the Verdanturf Town, heal and enter the cave in the top left
    corner of town. This is the other side of the Rusturf Tunnel. Head up and use
    Rock Smash to break the cracked rocks. The person behind them will give you
    HM04 Strength. You won't need it for a while, but find a Pokemon to give it to
    anyways. Afterwards, leave the cave the way you came in. Then leave the town
    and go back to the Mauville City. When you get there heal and head up to Route
    111.
    
    Route 111, 112 & 113
    --------------------
    On the left side of Route 111 you will see a person standing in front of a
    yellow house. If you talk to him and say yes, you will fight 4 trainer
    consecutively. Afterwards enter the house and talk to the person in the top
    right. You will get some sort of item. Exit the house and continue upwards on
    Route 111. Use Rock Smash to break the cracked rocks in your way and continue
    upwards. Eventually you will reach a desert. You can't go in so stay on Route
    111 and go to the left. You get to a mountainous area. On the right you will
    see a lift leading to Mt. Chimney, but it's blocked by Team Aqua/Magma members.
    You can't make them move yet. So just remember this place for when you need to
    go to Mt. Chimney. On the left you will find a cave called the Fiery Path(L on
    the map). Go into it. It's basically just a long tunnel. At the end you will
    come out on Route 112. But you will soon go back to Route 111. When you reach
    the split in the road, go up. You will see a person standing in front of a
    large tree. He will give you TM43 Secret Power which is used to make secret
    bases. Next you will see a house. The person inside will heal your Pokemon.
    When you are done go left onto Route 113. On this route you will see red bumps
    that resemble a Pokeball. These are actually trainers who will challenge you if
    you get close. Continue to the left. You will find a house. Go in and talk to
    the person in white. He will give you an important item. Afterwards continue
    left on Route 113. After a while you will come to the Fallarbor Town(9 on the
    map).
    
    Fallarbor Town
    --------------
    Heal. There is nothing else to do so continue left on to Route 114.
    
    Route 114
    ---------
    Head down and across the bridge. Continue going down. You will reach some 
    mountainous area. You can use the steps on the left to get on it. Head down and
    follow the path. At the end of the path is Meteor Falls(M on the map). Go into
    it.
    
    Meteor Falls
    ------------
    Go left across the bridge. You will see several Team Aqua and Magma Members.
    They will talk for a while. Remember that lift near the Fiery Path? That's our
    next destination. Leave the cave the way you came in and go back to Fallarbor
    Town.
    
    Fallarbor Town, Route 113 & 111
    -------------------------------
    Heal and continue on backwards to Route 113. Eventually you will reach Route
    111 again. Head back to the house on this route for healing. Then continue back
    down into the Fiery Path. Go through the exit on the other side. Head all the
    way to the right to get to the lift again. Now the Team Aqua/Magma members are
    gone. Take the lift up to Mt. Chimney(N on the map).
    
    Mt. Chimney
    -----------
    You will see a Team Aqua and Team Magma blocking your path down. So we must go
    up. Eventually you will reach a group of Team Aqua and Magma members. None of
    them will battle you. Continue to the left. Now you will reach the Team
    Aqua/Magma members who will battle you. Just a little bit further up you will
    find a Team Aqua/Magma trainer beside a machine. Talk to him to start the
    battle. He has three Pokemon and he can be difficult as his Pokemon are at
    quite a high level. Use Super Potions to heal as needed. After the battle,
    start going back down. Don't use the lift. Go down the path that was previously
    blocked. You will enter Jagged Pass(L on the map). Keep going down and you
    will arrive on Route 112. Go left to find Lavaridge Town(A on the map).
    
    Lavaridge Town
    --------------
    Heal and go to the Gym. This one is the Fire Gym. The fog is supposed to be
    transparent. If you can't see through it, stop using the ROM. The pools of
    water either send you somewhere or have a trainer will pop out to fight you. In
    the first room, the pool on the left goes to the next area. The one on the
    right has a trainer. The trainer has two Lv22 Slugma and a Lv22 Numel. In the
    next area go into the only other pool. The pool in the top left is the exit.
    
    The pool in the top right has a trainer. The trainer has a Lv24 Kecleon. In the
    next area enter the pool just above you. The top left pool goes to the next
    area, the bottom right pool has a trainer. The trainer has a Lv23 Numel and
    Lv23 Slugma. Once again go to the pool just above you. The top right pool goes
    to the next area. The top left pool has a trainer in it. The trainer has a Lv24
    Meditite. Go into other pool in the next area, the bottom left pool takes you
    to the next area the top left pool has a trainer. The Trainer has a Lv23 Slugma
    and a Lv23 Numel. Finally go into pool below you to reach the Gym Leader. The
    Gym Leader has two Lv26 Slugma and a Lv28 Torkoal. I suggest getting to Lv30
    and stocking up on lots of Super Potion. The Torkoal has a really powerful Fire
    attack called Overheat. But it greatly decreases it's Special Attack every time
    she uses it. So if you can survive it the first few times, it will get easier.
    Also Torkoal has a lot of defense. If you are planning to use physical attacks,
    buy some X Attack to increase the damage you do. After you win exit the gym.
    You rival will stop you outside and give you the item Go-Goggles. Now you can
    enter the desert!
    
    v. Up to the Fifth Gym
    ++++++++++++++++++++++
    Lavaridge Town
    --------------
    Exit the town to the right. Now we need to go back to Petalburg City. The one
    with a gym we couldn't fight in. Petalburg City has another Gym, so if you
    struggled with the Fuen Town Gym, you should take some time to level up. Head
    right on to Route 112. Continue right onto Route 111. Then go down to Mauville
    City. Use the exit on the left to leave town onto Route 117. Continue left to
    Verdenturf Town. Enter Rusturf Tunnel to reach Route 116. Continue left on
    Route 116 to reach Rustboro City. Exit down to reach Route 104. Continue
    downward into Petalburg Woods. Continue downward back onto Route 104. Follow
    Route 104 to Petalburg City.
    
    Petalburg City
    --------------
    As always heal. The shop in this city has changed. Stock up on Super Potion and
    X Defend. The next Gym uses Normal type Pokemon so X Defend will help a lot.
    Finally enter the gym. This Gym has rooms layed out in a Diamond shape.
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       E
    
    E- Entrance
    1- Trainer 1- Lv27 Delcatty
    2- Trainer 2- Lv27 Linoone
    3- Trainer 3- Lv27 Zangoose
    G- Gym Leader
    
    Follow any path you like to the Gym Leader. It's suggested that you fight all 7
    trainers before the Gym Leader for the experience points and money. Next leave
    the Gym to heal. When you come back follow the doors to reach the Gym Leader.
    The Gym Leader has a Lv28 Slaking, a Lv30 Vigoroth and a Lv31 Slaking. The
    Slaking have very high stats, but they also have a set back. Their
    characteristic makes them lose every second turn. Use the turn to heal or use
    a X Defend.
    
    vi.   Up to the Sixth Gym
    +++++++++++++++++++++++++
    Petalburg City
    --------------
    After the battle heal your Pokemon and visit the house to the left of the gym.
    Talk to the person inside to get HM03 Surf. Teach it to a Pokemon. Next we need
    to go to Mauville City. Leave Petalburg City by the right exit to reach Route
    102. Continue to the right to reach Oldale Town. Head North to Route 103 and
    Surf across the gap. You will come to Route 110. Head down a bit and enter the
    building to reach the Bike Path. Take the Bike Path all the way up. After you
    leave to Bike Path continue up to Mauville City.
    
    Mauville City, Route 118 & 119
    ------------------------------
    Take this chance to heal your Pokemon. You have a long road ahead. From
    Mauville City go East onto Route 118. You will get to a large pool of water.
    Use Surf to cross it and continue right. Eventually a person will stop you to
    talk for a moment. Afterwards continue to the right a bit and the head up to
    Route 119. Follow the long Route upwards. You will find a large patch of tall
    grass just continue up through it. Then go across the bridge and continue
    upwards. Go up through the next patch of tall grass. Just keep going up.
    Eventually you will reach a large building. The path right is blocked by Team
    Aqua/Magma members so go inside the building. In the top left corner of the
    first floor you can heal your Pokemon by pressing A on the bed. The stairs to
    the next floor are in the top right corner. On the far left of this floor you
    will fight one of the head members of Team Aqua/Magma. After her defeat, all
    Team Aqua/Magma members will leave. The scientists will give you a Castform for
    saving them. You can heal at the bed again if you like. You have a tough battle
    ahead. Exit the building and continue to the right. After a bit your rival will
    challenge you to a battle. He only has 3 Pokemon, but they are quite strong.
    After the battle he gives you HM02 Fly. Just ahead is the next town, Fortree
    City(B on the map).
    
    Fortree City
    ------------
    Heal at the Pokemon Center. If you try to enter the gym, you will find an
    invisible object in your way. Go to the top right house in the town. Talk to
    everybody there. Then leave town to the right onto Route 120.
    
    Route 120
    ---------
    Go all the way to the right. Then head downwards into the tall grass. After you
    come out of the tall grass, go left. You will come across a person standing on
    the bridge. Talk to him and choose the top option to his question. This lead to
    a battle with a Lv30 Kecleon. After the battle, he will give you the Devon
    Scope. Now you can find the invisible Kecleon. Go back to Fortree City.
    
    Fortree City
    ------------
    Heal at the Pokemon Center, then head for the Gym. Press A on the invisible
    Kecleon to make it appear and move out of the way. This is a Flying Pokemon
    Gym. From the start go right. Walk through the first black gate. The trainer
    there has a Lv30 Doduo. Walk through the next black gate. More 1 space right
    and 1 space up to fight the next trainer. She has a Lv30 Swablu. Next move one
    space to the left and one space down to unblock the path so you can continue
    on. You will see two more black gates. Walk through the black gate on the left.
    Then move it clockwise once. Walk through the black gate on the right. Walk
    through the black gate on the left again. Then move it clockwise twice. Walk
    through the black gate on the right. Then continue on to the left. The next
    trainer has a Lv29 Taillow and a Lv29 Swellow. After fighting the trainer move
    to the left and go all the way up. Turn the bottom left gate clockwise once.
    Walk through the top right gate. Then turn it clockwise once. The trainer
    nearby has a Lv28 Wingull, Lv28 Swellow and a Lv28 Pelipper. Without touching
    any of the gates walk around to the top left gate. Walk downwards through the
    gate. Walk around the next wall so you can turn the next gate counter clockwise
    once. Walk through the next gate and you path is now open. You can now go to
    the Gym Leader. The Gym Leader has a Lv31 Swellow, Lv30 Pelipper, Lv32
    Skarmory and Lv33 Altaria. Your Pokemon should be around Lv38 for this
    battle.
    
    vii. Up to the Seventh Gym
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++
    Fortree City
    ------------
    After the battle heal at the Pokemon Center. The path to the next town is quite
    long so stock up on Super Potions before you go. Then exit the town through the
    Eastern exit and go back to the bridge on Route 120.
    
    Route 120 & 121
    ---------------
    This time continue on past the bridge. Just after you cross it will start
    raining. All battles in this area will start with Rain Dance in effect. The
    route us pretty straightforward. Just follow the path. Eventually you will
    reach a large patch of tall grass. To continue on, you need to jump off the
    ledge near the lower right corner of the patch of tall grass. Soon after it
    will stop raining. Keep going down. When you reach the bottom turn right and
    head onto Route 121. Continue going right. Eventually you will see some Team
    Aqua/Magma members. They will say something then walk off. Follow them and you
    will see a dock. Remember this place, we will be back later. But for now
    continue to the right. When you reach the blue fence area, go up a bit then
    choose the bottom right route. You will soon reach Lilycove City(C on the map).
    
    Lilycove City
    -------------
    Once again heal your Pokemon. In front of the building behind the Pokemon
    Center you can find your Rival and challenge him to a match. After you win heal
    and leave Lilycove City through the West exit.
    
    Route 121 & 122
    ---------------
    Keep going left until you reach the dock we were at before. Surf downwards
    following the right wall. Eventually you will find a cave, enter it. You are
    now in the Mt. Pyre(O on the map).
    
    Mt. Pyre
    --------
    Ignore the stairs and head left to exit. Once outside follow the path all the
    way to the top. Near the top it will get foggy. Continue up to the next screen.
    There will be some Team Aqua/Magma members here to battle you. At the top talk
    to the Team Aqua/Magma leader. All the Team Aqua/Magma members will leave. The
    two old people here will tell you something then give you an item. Next Fly to
    Slateport City.
    
    Slateport City
    --------------
    Heal yourself at the Pokemon Center then go to the building that is just above
    the Pokemon Center and a little bit to the right. Talk to the person in front
    of the doorway. You will be taken inside the building. Try to walk up to the
    Team Aqua/Magma members and they will escape and steal the submarine. Leave the
    building and fly back to Lilycove City.
    
    Lilycove City
    -------------
    Head for the Northeast corner of town, then go down to the beach. From the
    beach surf upwards into a cave. You have entered the Team Magma/Aqua Hideout.
    The Team Aqua Hideout is not the same as the Team Magma Hideout.
    
    Team Aqua Hideout
    -----------------
    From the first room of the cave enter the door in the top right corner. Use the
    teleporter on the right to get an item, use the one on the left to continue. In
    the new room, use the teleporter on the far left. In the next room use the
    teleporters in the order Left, Middle, Left, Left. The room you go to has two
    Lv30 Electrode pretending to be items and two real items, one of which is the
    Master Ball. Go back the way you came and use the middle teleporter then the
    left teleporter. Next use the teleporter on the far right of the room. Exit
    through the top door. Use the teleporter in the lower left corner for an item.
    Then use the teleporter on the right to continue. Go up the stairs. Go through
    the door on the right side of the room. Go into the teleporter. Talk to the
    Team Aqua member for a battle. Exit the room through the lower teleporter. Exit
    the building. Go heal your Pokemon. Then leave the town by Surfing Eastward.
    Check your position on the map as you head for Mossdeep City(D on the Map). You
    can also go to Pacifidlog Town(E on the Map) so you can fly there later.
    
    Team Magma Hideout
    ------------------
    Now Prining.
    
    Mossdeep City
    -------------
    As always, heal your Pokemon and go to the Mossdeep City Gym. This is a Psychic
    Pokemon Gym. This Gym can be very confusing. Here is a crudely drawn ASCII map,
    each character counts as a square:
    ____________________
    --------------------
         v<<<<<<<<|
        Ev  GG  0^|
         v      |^|
         4>     |^|
    -v--|  |----|^|
    F * |  |    |^|  |
        | v|----|^|  |^
        -|e|    |^|  |d|
         |v|*  C|^|  |^|
         |v|    |^|  |^|
    ---v^|v|--v^|^|--|^|
       v^|v|  v^|^   |^|
       v^|v|  v^|^   |^|
     ^ v^|v|v v^|^ v *^|
     a v^|v|b v^|^ c>  |
    |^|v^|v| Bv^|^<3> ^|
    |^|v^|v|   ^|----D^|
    |^|v^| >         |^|
    |^|v^|v>         |^|
    |^|v^<<< --------|^|
    |^ >>>>>>>>>>>>>v|^|
    |1 <<<<<<<<<<<<|v|^|
    |^A  *         |v|^|
    |^|            |v|^|
    |^|            <<|^|
    |^|-----   ------|^|
    |^<<<<<     >>>>>>^|
    |       @&&   0    |
    
    Raised Floor areas:
    
     >>>>>>>2>>>>>>v
    
    
     ^      v      v
     a      b      c
    
          v<<<<<<<<<<<<
          v           ^
          e           d
    
    Trainer A has a Lv37 Kirlia.
    Trainer B has a Lv36 Kadabra and a Lv36 Kirlia
    Trainer C has a Lv37 Xatu
    Trainer D has a Lv35 Natu, a Lv35 Girafarig and a Lv35 Kadabra
    Trainer E has a Lv36 Ralts and a Lv36 Kirlia
    Trainer F has a Lv36 Ralts and a Lv36 Kadabra
    Trainers G are the Gym Leaders.(2 on 2)
    
    ^>v<  Automatic floor
    |-    Walls
    &&    Entrance
    @     Advice Guy
    *     Switch(Switches the nearest red tile)
    1234  Red Tiles
    0     Teleporter(goes back to the start)
    abcde Ramp to raised floor
    
    When you enter the gym, step on the automatic floor to the right of you. When
    you stop moving, flip the switch beside you. This will change Red Tile 3. You
    can fight Trainer D if you want to. Then step onto the automatic floor that is
    on the top left from your current position. When you stop go down to the next
    set of automatic floor. Go up to flip the switch. This will change Red Tile 4.
    You can also fight trainer F here. Then go back down by talking the automatic
    floor to the left of the one you just used. Go left to flip the third switch.
    This will change Red Tile 1. You can fight Trainer A by talking to him. Next
    step on the automatic floor to the left of the entrance. This will put you in
    front of Trainer B. After the battle, step on the upwards pointing automatic
    floor to the right of Trainer B. You will be put in front of Trainer C. After
    the battle, flip the last switch. Then take the automatic floor to the left of
    the one you just used. Then use the automatic floor just below you. Finally
    take the automatic floor to the left of the entrance to get to the Gym Leader.
    This Gym match is a two on two battle. The Gym Leader has a Lv42 Lunatone and a
    Lv42 Solrock. After the battle go to the house in the top left corner of the
    town to get HM08 Dive. Teach it to a Pokemon(like Tentacool).
    
    viii. Up to the Eighth Gym
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++
    Mossdeep City
    -------------
    Heal your Pokemon and go to the South end of town. Go down the second staircase
    from the right that goes to the water. Surf straight down until the water gets
    dark then use Dive. Follow to path down until you reach a cave. Inside the cave
    you will see a submarine. Resurface and you will now be in the Seafloor Cavern
    (P on the map).
    
    Seafloor Cavern
    ---------------
    Go up and into the cave. Continue upwards using Strength to push the rocks. At
    the split go left. In this area, go left and use Rock Smash on the cracked
    rock. Next push the round rock down using Strength. Go right and push the next
    rock out of the way. Continue upward and into the upper left door. Push the
    first rock up once with Strength. Then go right and push the next rock up
    twice. Go left and push that Rock left once. Smash the cracked rock above you.
    Go up and push that rock up once. Smash the cracked rock to your left. Push the
    next rock left once and go into the door. Surf up then right, then right, then
    left. Surf up to the door and enter it. Push the rock on your right up once.
    You are now at a difficult rock puzzle:
    |   --  |
    |1 2 3  |
    | 4 5 |-|
       6 7|-|
      8 9
    --
    
    Push Rock 8 left once. Push Rock 4 up once. Push Rock 2 up once. Push Rock 3
    right twice. The path will now be clear. Continue upwards and into the next
    door. You will see another Rock Puzzle.
     __D__
    |X   X|
    |X1 2X|
    | 345 |
    |6   7|
    | 89A |
    
    Move Rock A and 8 up once. Move Rock 9 to the left once. Move Rock 4 up once.
    Move Rock 3 to the left and Rock 5 to the right. Move Rock 1 and 2 up once.
    Move Rock 4 left once and enter the door.
    
    You will notice that you are in a foggy area. There is only one way to go so
    continue down the path. At the end you will see Kyogre/Groudon. Step on the
    square about 4 steps in front of it. This will start a chain of events leading
    to a battle with a Team Aqua/Magma member. Afterwards you will automatically
    leave the cave. You will notice that it is raining/sunny. For the next little
    while, all battles on the right side of the map will have Rain Dance/Sunny Day
    automatically turned on. Surf near the South end of Sootopolis City(F on the
    map). You can dive at this location and enter a cave. You will then resurface
    near the town. Surf straight up to get there.
    
    Sootopolis City
    ---------------
    You can't enter the gym yet. So heal and go talk to the people in the top right
    corner. Bring a Pokemon with Flash and lots of Ultra Balls. You will need them.
    Now enter the place they show you, the Cave of Origin(F on the map).
    
    Cave of Origin
    --------------
    Go straight up and enter the door. Use Flash to light up the room. Go left from
    your starting point and follow the path. Go down the stairs. Go down to reach
    the next staircase. Continue to follow the path. After the next stairs go up.
    Pick up the next item, its HM07 Waterfall. Teach it to a Pokemon, but you won't
    need it for a while. Go down the next stairs to reach Kyogre/Groudon. Save
    before the battle, you only have ONE chance to catch it. Step in front of it to
    start the battle. Afterwards leave the cave and heal. Next stop, the 8th Gym.
    
    Sootopolis City
    ---------------
    The Gym is near the center of the town. Talk to the person standing in front of
    it and he will fly away. The objective of each puzzle is to crack all the ice,
    but if you step on one spot twice you fall through.
     __F__
    |6 7 *|
    |5 4 3|
    |* 1 2|
     --S--
    
    For the first puzzle take 1 step up onto the ice, 1 step right, 1 step up, 2
    steps left, 1 step up, 1 step right and finally step up onto the stairs that
    appear.
     ______F______
    |6 7 8 K J I H|
    |5 * 9 A B C G|
    |4 3 2 1 * E F|
     ------S------
    
    For the next puzzle, take 1 step up onto the ice, 3 steps left, 2 steps up, 2
    steps right, 1 step down, 3 step right, 1 step down, 1 step right, 2 steps up,
    3 steps left and finally step on to the stairs that appear.
     __________F__________
    |V W Z 1 4 5 H G D C B|
    |U X Y 2 3 * I F E * A|
    |T S P O L K J 4 5 6 9|
    |* R Q N M 1 2 3 * 7 8|
     ----------S----------
    
    
    For the next puzzle, take 1 step up onto the ice, 2 steps right, 1 step up, 2
    steps right, 1 step down, 1 step right, 3 steps up, 2 steps left, 1 step down,
    1 step left, 1 step up, 1 step left, 2 steps down, 2 steps left, 1 step down, 1
    step left, 1 step up, 1 step left, 1 step down, 1 step left, 1 step up, 1 step
    left, 2 steps up, 1 step right, 1 step down, 1 step right, 1 step up, 1 step
    right, 1 step down, 1 step right, 1 step up, 1 step right, and finally step on
    to the stairs that appear.
    
    Now you can fight the Gym Leader or you can step onto the cracked ice and fall
    down to fight the trainers. When you step on the cracked ice you will fall down
    near a group of trainers. The trainer on the far right has a Lv41 Lombre. The
    trainer below her has a Lv36 Azurill, Lv38 Marill and a Lv40 Azumarill. The
    girl in middle has two Lv40 Wailmer. The girl on the left has Lv39 Carvanha,
    Lv39 Sharpedo and a Lv39 Wailmer. Go down the slope. The person in front of you
    has a Lv41 Azumarill. The next trainer has a Lv41 Seaking. Go down the slope.
    Another trainer will battle you. She has a Lv40 Goldeen. the last trainer has a
    Lv41 Luvdisc. Leave the Gym to heal, then go fight the Gym Leader. The Gym
    Leader has a Lv40 Luvdisc, Lv42 Whiscash, Lv40 Sealeo, Lv42 Seaking and Lv43
    Milotic. After the battle heal your Pokemon. It's time to head for the Pokemon
    League!
    
    ix. Up to the Elite Five and the Battle Tower
    +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
    Sootopolis City, Route 128 and Ever Grande City1
    ------------------------------------------------
    Leave the town and Surf towards the South end of Ever Grande City(G on the
    map). Go up the waterfall using Waterfall, then go into the Pokemon Center. You
    need Surf, Strength, Flash, Rock Smash and Waterfall to pass through the next
    cave. When you are ready, leave the Pokemon Center and head for the cave,
    Victory Road(G on the map).
    
    Victory Road
    ------------
    From the start head straight up. Go up the stairs and across the bridge,
    continue on and go down the next ladder. Use Flash to light up the cave. Go
    right, down a bit then left. Push the boulder left and the next boulder right.
    Continue down the path that was previously blocked. Use Rock Smash on the
    cracked rock to continue on. Go up the stairs and across the bridge. At the
    split go down, you will eventually find another ladder going down. On the next
    floor head up to the pool of water. Surf all the way to the left and go up the
    waterfall. Continue to the left until you reach another waterfall. Go down it.
    Next head right and up the ladder. On the next floor go down. You will come to
    some rocks blocking the path. Rock Smash the first cracked rock and push the
    first boulder down. Then Rock Smash the second cracked rock and continue on.
    On the next floor head up, across the bridge and then up again. Near the top
    a trainer will stop you for a battle. He can be tough if you aren't prepared.
    Afterwards continue on upwards and out of the cave.
    
    Ever Grande City2
    -----------------
    A short walk up and you will see a large building, the home of the Pokemon
    League(H on the map). Enter the building and heal your Pokemon. Afterwards go
    to the shop and buy as many Hyper Potions(2nd item, cost 1200), Revives(6th
    item, cost 1500) and Full Heal(5th item, cost 600) you can afford. Put all your
    HM Pokemon in the PC and take out your strongest Pokemon(if you have an open
    slot you may want to keep a Pokemon that knows Fly with you). You can go back
    to the cave if you need any more training, it's recommended that you be at
    least Lv50, Lv53 to be safe. Talk to the two people in front of the door in the
    middle. Save you game. Enter the door and prepare for battle with the Elite 4
    and Champion.
    
    Approximate stats given.
    
    First Trainer, Dark type Pokemon
    Lv46 Mightyena   Dark           HP 134 Att 102 Def  83 Spd  83 SpA  74 SpD  74
    Lv48 Shiftry     Dark/Grass     HP 159 Att 115 Def  77 Spd  96 SpA 106 SpD  77
    Lv46 Cacturne    Dark/Grass     HP 134 Att 125 Def  74 Spd  69 SpA 125 SpD  74
    Lv48 Sharpedo    Dark/Water     HP 140 Att 135 Def  58 Spd 111 SpA 111 SpD  58
    Lv49 Absol       Dark           HP 137 Att 147 Def  78 Spd  93 SpA  93 SpD  78
    
    Second Trainer, Ghost type Pokemon
    Lv48 Dusclops    Ghost          HP 111 Att  87 Def 144 Spd  43 SpA  77 SpD 144
    Lv49 Banette     Ghost          HP 136 Att 132 Def  83 Spd  83 SpA 101 SpD  81
    Lv50 Sableye     Ghost/Dark     HP 125 Att  95 Def  95 Spd  70 SpA  85 SpD  85
    Lv49 Banette     Ghost          HP 136 Att 132 Def  83 Spd  83 SpA 101 SpD  81
    Lv51 Dusclops    Ghost          HP 117 Att  92 Def 153 Spd  46 SpA  82 SpD 153 
    
    Third Trainer, Ice type Pokemon
    Lv50 Glalie      Ice            HP 155 Att 100 Def 100 Spd 100 SpA 100 SpD 100
    Lv52 Glalie      Ice            HP 161 Att 104 Def 104 Spd 104 SpA 104 SpD 104
    Lv50 Sealeo      Ice/Water      HP 165 Att  80 Def  90 Spd  65 SpA  95 SpD  90
    Lv52 Sealeo      Ice/Water      HP 171 Att  83 Def  93 Spd  67 SpA  99 SpD  93
    Lv53 Walrein     Ice/Water      HP 196 Att 106 Def 116 Spd  90 SpA 122 SpD 116
    
    Fourth Trainer, Dragon type Pokemon
    Lv52 Shelgon     Dragon         HP 145 Att 119 Def 125 Spd  73 SpA  83 SpD  73
    Lv54 Altaria     Dragon/Flying  HP 161 Att  97 Def 118 Spd 108 SpA  97 SpD 135
    Lv53 Flygon      Dragon/Ground  HP 164 Att 127 Def 106 Spd 127 SpA 106 SpD 106
    Lv53 Flygon      Dragon/Ground  HP 164 Att 127 Def 106 Spd 127 SpA 106 SpD 106
    Lv55 Salamence   Dragon/Flying  HP 186 Att 170 Def 110 Spd 132 SpA 143 SpD 110
    
    Fifth Trainer, Steel/Ground/Rock type Pokemon
    Lv57 Skarmory    Steel/Flying   HP 158 Att 113 Def 182 Spd 102 SpA  68 SpD 102
    Lv55 Claydol     Ground/Psychic HP 148 Att  99 Def 137 Spd 104 SpA  99 SpD 154
    Lv56 Aggron      Steel/Rock     HP 161 Att 145 Def 223 Spd  78 SpA  89 SpD  89
    Lv56 Cradily     Rock/Grass     HP 179 Att 113 Def 131 Spd  70 SpA 113 SpD 142
    Lv56 Armaldo     Rock/Bug       HP 167 Att 162 Def 134 Spd  72 SpA 100 SpD 111
    Lv58 Metagross   Steel/Psychic  HP 178 Att 179 Def 173 Spd 104 SpA 133 SpD 127
    
    After the battle there will be a small talking scene. Then your Rival walks in!
    Not a good thing. After you are done with him the professor will come talk to
    you. After all this your Pokemon are registered in the Hall of Fame and the
    credits roll. After the credits, enter your game again. You will start inside
    your house. When you go downstairs a person will talk to you and give you an
    item. The item lets you take a ship to the Battle Tower. At this point you are
    free to do whatever you want. Happy training!
    
    III. Side Quests
    ****************
    1. Sky Pillar(catching Rayquaza)
    2. Safari Zone
    3. Battle Tower
    4. Fossils(catching Lileep or Anorith)
    5. Sealed Chamber(catching Regirock, Regice and Registeel)
    
    Sky Pillar
    ++++++++++
    Pacifidlog Town
    ---------------
    This is the Side Quest to catch the Legendary Pokemon Rayquaza. It can not be
    done until after you defeat the Elite 4. First check to make sure you have the
    Mach Bike with you. You will need it. Go to Mauville City to switch bikes if
    you have the Acro Bike. To get to the Sky Pillar, first Fly to Pacifidlog Town.
    If you haven't been there yet, Surf there from Sootopolis City. When you get
    there, heal and make sure you have plenty of Ultra Balls, you may want some
    Repel also. Surf right from this town onto Route 131.
    
    Route 131
    ---------
    Surf along the top side of this Route as you Surf Eastwards. You will come to a
    small hole in the wall, it can be difficult to spot. Surf upwards through the
    hole. You will see a cave opening. Enter it.
    
    Sky Pillar- Cave
    ----------------
    A very short cave. There are no wild Pokemon in here. Exit through the other
    side. Go up and you will see a large tower. Now entering the Sky Pillar(Q on
    the map)
    
    Sky Pillar
    ----------
    You are currently on Floor 1. Go left, up and around. Go up the stairs to Floor
    2. Now you need to get on your Mach Bike to run over the cracked floor. You
    need to be at least three spaces away to gain enough speed to run over the
    cracked floor. Also if you stop or hit a wall while on the cracked floor you
    will fall back down 1 floor. Changing directions will not cause you to fall
    through. Bike straight down, and hug the lower wall as you bike left. Next you
    have to zigzag a bit to avoid hitting the rocks as you bike upwards. Use the
    stairs to reach Floor 3. No cracked floor here. Just go down, right and around.
    Go up the stairs to Floor 4. Bike straight down but move to the right a bit.
    Remember that you need at least three spaces to accelerate fast enough to go
    over the cracked floor. Go straight down the middle, at the last second turn
    and go straight up. There will be four squares of cracked floor to the right of
    you. Fall down either of the middle two holes. You will fall down to Floor 3 in
    front of the blocked stairs. Go up the stairs to Floor 4. Go up the stairs on
    the left of you to go to Floor 5. No cracked floor here, once again just go
    down, right and around. Go up the stairs to reach the rooftop. Go up and you
    will see Rayquaza. It is a Lv70 Dragon/Flying Pokemon. It has the attacks
    Outrage, Fly, Extremespeed and Rest. Save your game in front of Rayquaza, like
    Kyogre/Groudon you only have ONE chance to catch it. If you fail, reset your
    game and try again. Afterwards you can Fly off the tower.
    
    Safari Zone
    +++++++++++
    Slateport City
    --------------
    Before we can enter the Safari Zone we need to get the Pokeblock Case. Fly to
    Slateport City. Enter the red building in the top left corner of town. Talk to
    the small girl to the left. She will give you a Pokeblock Case. Exit the
    building and Fly to Lilycove City.
    
    Lilycove City
    -------------
    Exit left onto Route 121.
    
    Route 121
    ---------
    Continue to the left past the blue fence area. You will reach some small steps.
    Go up and you will come to a building. Enter it. Welcome to the Safari Zone!(R
    on the map)
    
    Safari Zone Entrance
    --------------------
    Go up and then left. The person behind the counter will stop you. There is an
    entrance fee of 500. Choose the top option to say yes and you will pay the
    500. The person will then give you 30 Safari Balls. You will then enter the
    Safari Zone.
    
    Safari Zone
    -----------
    The Safari Zone is divided into 4 sections. Top Left, Top Right, Bottom Left
    and Bottom Right. You need the Acro Bick to access the Top Right section. You
    get there by hopping across the White Rails. The Mach Bicycle is needed to
    access the Top Left section. You need it to go up the Mud ramp.
    
    Pokemon by location:
    
    Oddish- Top Left, Top Right, Bottom Left, Bottom Right
    Gloom- Top Left, Top Right, Bottom Left, Bottom Right
    Doduo- Top Left, Bottom Left, Bottom Right
    Dodrio- Top Left
    Pikachu- Bottom Left, Bottom Right
    Wobbuffet- Bottom Left, Bottom Right
    Natu- Top Right, Bottom Left, Bottom Right
    Xatu- Top Right
    Girafarig- Bottom Left, Bottom Right
    Phanpy- Top Right
    Pinsir- Top Left
    Heracross- Top Right
    Rhyhorn- Top Left
    
    Psyduck- Top Left(Surf), Bottom Left(Surf)
    Golduck- Top Left(Surf)
    
    Magikarp- Top Left/Top Right(Old Rod, Good Rod)
    Goldeen- Top Left/Top Right(Old Rod, Good Rod, Super Rod)
    Seaking- Top Left/Top Right(Super Rod)
    
    After the time runs out or you run out of Safari Balls, you have to leave.
    
    Battle Tower
    ++++++++++++
    Slateport City or Lilycove City
    -------------------------------
    This Side Quest can not be done until after you defeat the Elite 4. Fly to
    either Slateport City or Lilycove City. Go to the ship port(top right in
    Slateport City, bottom left in Lilycove City). Talk to the green hair woman and
    choose the second option. Then choose the top option to confirm. You will
    shortly arrive at the Battle Tower(S on the map).
    
    Battle Tower
    ------------
    This location has now been added to you Fly list. It's marked by a Red Square
    when you use Fly. Go up and enter the large Tower. The Battle Tower is a place
    where you can battle your team of 3 Lv50 or Lv100 Pokemon against 7 CPU
    opponents who have similar restrictions. The battles here are much tougher then
    most of the other battles in the game. Kyogre, Groudon and Rekkuuza are banned.
    Jiraachi and Deokishisu are probably also banned. You can not use more then one
    Pokemon of the same species or have two Pokemon with the same Held Item. You
    can not use any items inside the Battle Tower. Your Pokemon are automatically
    returned to full health after every battle. If you manage to defeat all 7
    trainers, you will get a cool item. To start a battle talk to the person in
    the middle. Choose the top option to the first question. Next choose which
    level you wish to compete in. Select the three Pokemon you wish to enter. Keep
    in mind, the first Pokemon you choose will be the starter for all 7 trainers.
    So choose a Pokemon that can handle many different situations. Choose the top
    option to confirm your choices. Choose the top option to the next three choices
    to save your game. You will then be taken to your first opponent. Good Luck.
    
    Fossils
    +++++++
    Lavaridge Town
    --------------
    This Side Quest can be done after you get the 4th Badge and the Go-Goggles. You
    will get either a Lileep or or Anorith from this Side Quest. Go to Lavaridge
    Town. Exit right onto Route 112 and continue going until you reach Route 111.
    
    Route 111
    ---------
    Go up until you reach the desert. Enter the desert and head for the top right
    corner. You will see two fossils laying on the floor. The Fossil on the left is
    the Root Fossil and will eventually turn into Lileep. The Fossil on the right
    is the Claw Fossil and will eventually turn into Anorith. After you choose one,
    the other disappears. Now go to Rustboro City.
    
    Rustboro City
    -------------
    Enter the large building in the top left corner of town. Go right and up the
    stairs to the second floor. Talk to the scientist in the lower right corner.
    Choose the top option to his question. Go downstairs. You need to have an open
    spot in your team to receive the Pokemon. So go back to the Pokemon Centre if
    you have to. Then go back upstairs and talk to the scientist again to get your
    new Fossil Pokemon.
    
    Sealed Chamber
    ++++++++++++++
    Pacfidlog Town
    --------------
    This is the Side Quest to catch the Legendary Pokemon Regirock, Regice and
    Reisteel. For this we need two Special Pokemon, a Relicanth and a Wailord. We
    also need a Pokemon that knows Dig. If you have them, withdrawl them from the
    PC. If not, we need to go catch them. To catch Relicanth, we need to go to
    Sootopolis City.
    
    Sootopolis City
    ---------------
    Skip this part if you already have a Relicanth. Get a Pokemon that knows Surf,
    a Pokemon that knows Dive and any other Pokemon you need to help catch
    Relicanth. Surf to the south end of Sootopolis City and Dive underwater. Exit
    out the door.
    
    Route 126- Underwater
    ---------------------
    Surf around in the grassy area. Relicanth is pretty rare. After you find one,
    catch it. Next we need a Wailord. Go to the surface of the water and Fly to
    Ever Grande City1.
    
    Ever Grande City1
    -----------------
    Skip this part if you already have a Wailord. There are two ways to get a
    Wailord, evolve a Wailmer or catch one. You can find Wailmer by fishing with
    the Super Rod on most Routes. Wailmer evolves at Lv40. If you want to go catch
    one, you find them on Route 129. Surf down the waterfall and head left onto
    Route 128. Finally go down onto Route 129. Wailord is very rare. It can take a
    while before you find one. Now lets go back to Pacfidlog Town.
    
    Pacfidlog Town
    --------------
    Make sure you have Relicanth and Wailord in your team. Also take out your
    Pokemon that knows Dig, a Pokemon that knows Surf and a Pokemon that knows
    Dive. You may also want a Pokemon that knows Fly. Surf left onto Route 132. You
    will see a lot of currented water. Hug the bottom wall as you go left until you
    reach Route 134. You will be standing on an area of shallow water. Walk to the
    bottom left corner. Walk two spaces up and Surf left. You will see an place to
    dive. Dive in.
    
    Route 134- Underwater
    ---------------------
    Surf downwards through the hole in the wall. Follow the path all the way to the
    bottom. You will see some writing on the wall. Stand infront of it use Dive to
    return to the surface. You are now in the Sealed Chamber(T on the map).
    
    Sealed Chamber
    --------------
    Go to the very top of the room. You will see some writing on the wall. Stand
    infront of it and use Dig. A hole will appear in the wall. Go into it. Go to
    the top of the next room. You will see more writing on the top wall. Put
    Relicanth in Slot 1 of you team and put Wailord in the last slot. Press A on
    the writing on the wall. This will open the doors to the hideouts of Regirock,
    Regice and Registeel. Use Dig to leave the cave. Move down one space and use
    Dive. Lets start by hunting down Regirock. Fly to Lavaridge Town.
    
    Lavaridge Town
    --------------
    You can deposit Relicanth and Wailord into the PC now. You won't need them
    anymore. Take out a Pokemon that knows Strength and head right onto Route 112.
    Keep going right until you reach Route 111. Continue on into desert. Travel to
    the South end of the desert. You will see a cave opening. Enter it. You are now
    in the Desert Ruins(U on the map)
    
    Desert Ruins
    ------------
    Walk stright up until you are right infront of the writing on the wall. Walk
    two spaces right, then two spaces down. Have one of your Pokemon use Strength.
    A opening will appear in the top wall. Go through the door and you will see
    Regirock. It is a Lv40 Rock Pokemon. It has the attacks Curse, Superpower,
    Ancient Power and Rock Throw. Save your game in front of Regirock, remember you
    only have ONE chance to catch it. If you fail, reset your game and try again.
    Afterwards, leave the cave and fly to Dewford Town.
    
    Dewford Town
    ------------
    Make sure you have a Pokemon with Surf and walk north, out of Dewford Town onto
    Route 106. Without Surfing walk as far top left as you can. Surf straight left,
    until you reach the wall. Then Surf straight up onto Route 105. Keep going
    until you see some trees. Walk onto that island. From that island head left all
    the way to the wall. Finally Surf straight up until you see a cave opening that
    looks just like Regirock's cave. Enter it. You are now in the Island Cave(V on
    the map)
    
    Island Cave
    -----------
    Walk staight up and press A to read the writing on the wall. Press A again. Now
    all you have to do is wait. Do not push any buttons at all. After a minute or
    so, a door will automatically open in the wall. Go through the door and you
    will see Regice. It is a Lv40 Ice Pokemon. It has the attacks Curse,
    Superpower, Ancient Power and Icy Wind. Save your game in front of Regice,
    remember you only have ONE chance to catch it. If you fail, reset your game
    and try again. Only Registeel remains, leave the cave and Fly to Fortree City.
    
    Fortree City
    ------------
    You must take a Pokemon that knows Fly with you. Leave town to the East.
    Continue down the Route until you get the bridge after the place which is
    raining. Go left across the bridge and head down. Go up the stairs on the left,
    then up through the patch of tall grass. You will see another cave that looks
    just like Regirock and Regice's caves. You are now in the Ancient Tomb(W on the
    map)
    
    Ancient Tomb
    ------------
    Walk straight up and stand in front of the writing on the wall. Then walk down
    four space. Have a Pokemon use Fly. A door will appear in the top wall. Go
    through the door and you will see Registeel. It is a Lv40 Steel Pokemon. It has
    the attacks Curse, Superpower, Ancient Power and Metal Claw. Save your game in
    front of Regsteel, remember you only have ONE chance to catch it. If you fail,
    reset your game and try again. Afterwards exit the cave and you're done. You
    now have Regirock, Regice and Registeel in your possession.
    
    IV. Type Affinity
    *****************
                    E     F
                    l     i       P
              N     e     g P G F s       D
              o   W c G   h o r l y     G r   S
              r F a t r   t i o y c   R h a D t
              m i t r a I i s u i h B o o g a e
              a r e i s c n o n n i u c s o r e
              l e r c s e g n d g c g k t n k l
              ---------------------------------
    Normal   | | | | | | | | | | | | |X|*| | |X|
    Fire     | |X|X| |O|0| | | | | |O|X| |X| |O|
    Water    | |O|X| |X| | | |O| | | |O| |X| | |
    Electric | | |O|X|X| | | |*|O| | | | |X| | |
    Grass    | |X|O| |X| | |X|O|X| |X|O| |X| |X|
    Ice      | |X|X| |O|X| | |O|O| | | | |O| |X|
    Fighting |O| | | | |O| |X| |X|X|X|O|*| |O|O|
    Poison   | | | | |O| | |X|X| | | |X|X| | |*|
    Ground   | |O| |O|X| | |O| |*| |X|O| | | |O|
    Flying   | | | |X|O| |O| | | | |O|X| | | |X|
    Psychic  | | | | | | |O|O| | |X| | | | |*|X|
    Bug      | |X| | |O| |X|X| |X|O| | |X| |O|X|
    Rock     | |O| | | |O|X| |X|O| |O| | | | |X|
    Ghost    |*| | | | | | | | | |O| | |O| |X|X|
    Dragon   | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |O| |X|
    Dark     | | | | | | |X| | | |O| | |O| |X|X|
    Steel    | |X|X|X| |O| | | | | | |O| | | |X|
    
    Attacking type is listed on the left.
    Defending type is listed on top.
    
    O- Super Effective. Attack will do 2x normal damage.
    X- Resistant. Attack will do 0.5x normal damage.
    *- Immune. Attack will do nothing, not even damage.
    There are no new types.
    
    V. Trainer Eye
    **************
    These are the 69 trainers that you can get in your Trainer Eye. There is a
    rumor going around about a 70th trainer. This rumor has proven to be false.
    There are only 69 different trainers in total.
    
    Note: This section is still in Japanese
    
    1. Aroma Gal
    Location: Route 118
    
    2. Archeologist
    Location: Route 111
    
    3. Floater Girl
    Location: Route 109
    
    4. Floater Boy
    Location: Route 109
    
    5. Beach Siblings
    Location: Route 124
    
    6. Cool Trainer(f)
    Location: Route 111
    
    7. Cool Trainer(m)
    Location: Route 111
    
    8. Occultist
    Location: Mt. Pyre
    
    9. Lady Cindy
    Location: Route 104
    
    10. Beauty Jessica
    Location: Route 121
    
    11. Rich Boy Winston
    Location: Route 104
    
    12. PokeManiac Steve
    Location: Route 114
    
    13. Swimmer(m) Tony
    Location: Route 107
    
    14. Blackbelt Nob
    Location: Route 115
    
    15. Guitarist Dalton
    Location: Route 118
    
    16. Kindler Bernie
    Location: Route 114
    
    17. Camping Boy
    Location: Mt. Chimney
    
    18. Anniversary
    Location: Meteor Falls
    
    19. Bug Maniac
    Location: Route 120
    
    20. Psychic(m)
    Location: Route 123
    
    21. Psychic(f)
    Location: Route 123
    
    22. Gentleman
    Location: Route 121
    
    23. School Kid Karen
    Location: Route 116
    
    24. Student(m)
    Location: Route 116
    
    25. Senior and Junior
    Location: Route 117
    
    26. Fan Club(f)
    Location: Route 110
    
    27. Fan Club(m)
    Location: Route 103
    
    28. Master(m)
    Location: Route 115
    
    29. Master(f)
    Location: Mt. Chimney
    
    30. Youngster
    Location: Route 102
    
    31. Fisherman
    Location: Route 106
    
    32. (Bike)Triathlete(f)
    Location: Route 110
    
    33. (Bike)Triathlete(m)
    Location: Route 110
    
    34. (Swimmer)Triathlete(m)
    Location: Route 128
    
    35. (Swimmer)Triathlete(f)
    Location: Route 128
    
    36. (Runner)Triathlete(f)
    Location: Route 117
    
    37. (Runner)Triathlete(m)
    Location: Route 117
    
    38. Dragon Tamer
    Location: Meteor Falls
    
    39. Bird Keeper
    Location: Route 120
    
    40. Ninja
    Location: Route 113
    
    41. Battle Girl
    Location: Route 115
    
    42. Parasol Gal
    Location: Route 113
    
    43. Swimmer(f)
    Location: Route 124
    
    44. Picnic Girl
    Location: Mt. Chimney
    
    45. Twins
    Location: Route 103
    
    46. Sailor
    Location: Route 125
    
    47. Pokemon Collector
    Location: Route 110
    
    48. Pokemon Breeder(f)
    Location: Route 117
    
    49. Pokemon Breeder(m)
    Location: Route 117
    
    50. Pokemon Ranger(f)
    Location: Route 119
    
    51. Pokemon Ranger(m)
    Location: Route 119
    
    52. Lass
    Location: Route 104
    
    53. Bug Catcher
    Location: Petalburg Woods
    
    54. Hiker
    Location: Route 112
    
    55. Loving Couple
    Location: Abandoned Ship
    
    56. Pokemon Trainer
    Location: Victory Road
    
    57. Gym Leader(1)
    Location: Rustboro City
    
    58. Gym Leader(2)
    Location: Dewford Town
    
    59. Gym Leader(3)
    Location: Mauville City
    
    60. Gym Leader(4)
    Location: Lavaridge Town
    
    61. Gym Leader(5)
    Location: Petalburg City
    
    62. Gym Leader(6)
    Location: Fortree City
    
    63. Gym Leader(7)
    Location: Mossdeep City
    
    64. Gym Leader(8)
    Location: Sootopolis City
    
    65. Elite Four(1)
    Location: Ever Grande City
    
    66. Elite Four(2)
    Location: Ever Grande City
    
    67. Elite Four(3)
    Location: Ever Grande City
    
    68. Elite Four(4)
    Location: Ever Grande City
    
    69. Champion
    Location: Ever Grande City
    
    VI. Experience Chart
    ********************
             600000      800000      1000000      1059860      1250000      1640000
    Lvl     Erratic        Fast     Mid-Fast     Mid-Slow         Slow  Fluctuating
    ---     -------        ----     --------     --------         ----  -----------
    2            15           6            8            9           10            4
    3            52          21           27           57           33           13
    4           122          51           64           96           80           32
    5           237         100          125          135          156           65
    6           406         172          216          179          270          112
    7           637         274          343          236          428          178
    8           942         409          512          314          640          276
    9          1326         583          729          419          911          393
    10         1800         800         1000          560         1250          540
    11         2369        1064         1331          742         1663          745
    12         3041        1328         1728          973         2160          967
    13         3822        1757         2197         1261         2746         1230
    14         4719        2195         2744         1612         3430         1591
    15         5737        2700         3375         2035         4218         1957
    16         6881        3276         4096         2535         5120         2457
    17         8155        3930         4913         3120         6141         3046
    18         9564        4665         5832         3798         7290         3732
    19        11111        5487         6859         4575         8573         4526
    20        12800        6400         8000         5460        10000         5440
    21        14632        7408         9261         6458        11576         6482
    22        16610        8518        10648         7577        13310         7666
    23        18737        9733        12167         8825        15208         9003
    24        21012       11059        13824        10208        17280        10506
    25        23437       12500        15625        11735        19531        12187
    26        26012       14060        17576        13411        21970        14060
    27        28737       15746        19683        15244        24603        16140
    28        31610       17561        21952        17242        27440        18438
    29        34632       19511        24389        19411        30486        20974
    30        37800       21600        27000        21760        33750        23760
    31        41111       23832        29791        24294        37238        26811
    32        44564       26214        32768        27021        40960        30146
    33        48155       28749        35937        29949        44921        33780
    34        51881       31443        39304        33084        49130        37731
    35        55737       34300        42875        36435        53593        42017
    36        59719       37324        46656        40007        58320        46656
    37        63822       40522        50653        43808        63316        50653
    38        68041       43897        54872        47846        68590        55969
    39        72369       47455        59319        52127        74148        60505
    40        76800       51200        64000        56660        80000        66560
    41        81326       55136        68921        61450        86151        71677
    42        85942       59270        74088        66505        92610        78533
    43        90637       63605        79507        71833        99383        84277
    44        95406       68147        85184        77440       106480        91998
    45       100273       72900        91125        83335       113906        98415
    46       105122       77868        97336        89523       121670       107069
    47       110052       83058       103823        96012       129778       114205
    48       115015       88473       110592       102810       138240       123863
    49       120001       94119       117649       109923       147061       131766
    50       125000      100000       125000       117360       156250       142500
    51       131324      106120       131651       125126       165813       151222
    52       137795      112486       140608       133229       175760       163105
    53       144410      119101       148877       141677       186096       172697
    54       151165      125971       157464       150476       196830       185807
    55       158056      133100       166375       159635       207968       196322
    56       165079      140492       175616       169159       219520       210739
    57       172229      148154       185193       179056       231491       222231
    58       179503      156089       195112       189334       243890       238036
    59       186894      164303       205379       199999       256723       250562
    60       194400      172800       216000       211060       270000       267840
    61       202013      181584       226981       222522       283726       281456
    62       209728      190662       238328       234393       297910       300293
    63       217540      200037       250047       246681       312558       315059
    64       225443      209715       262144       259392       327680       335544
    65       233431      219700       274625       272535       343281       351520
    66       241496      229996       287496       286115       359370       373744
    67       249633      240610       300763       300140       375953       390991
    68       257834      251545       314432       314618       393040       415050
    69       267406      262807       328509       329555       410636       433631
    70       276458      274400       343000       344960       428750       459620
    71       286328      286328       357911       360838       447388       479600
    72       296328      298598       373248       377197       466560       507617
    73       305767      311213       389017       394045       486271       529063
    74       316074      324179       405224       411388       506530       559209
    75       326531      337500       421875       429235       527343       582187
    76       336255      351180       438976       447591       548720       614566
    77       346965      365226       456533       466464       570666       639146
    78       357812      379641       474552       485862       593190       673863
    79       367807      394431       493039       505791       616298       700115
    80       378880      409600       512000       526260       640000       737280
    81       390077      425152       531441       547274       664301       765275
    82       400293      441094       551368       568841       689210       804997
    83       411686      457429       571787       590969       714733       834809
    84       423190      474163       592704       613664       740880       877201
    85       433572      491300       614125       636935       767656       908905
    86       445239      508844       636056       660787       795070       954084
    87       457001      526802       658503       685228       823128       987754
    88       467489      545177       681472       710266       851840      1035837
    89       479378      563975       704969       735907       881211      1071552
    90       491346      583200       729000       762160       911250      1122660
    91       501878      602856       753571       789030       941963      1160499
    92       513934      622950       778688       816525       973360      1214753
    93       526049      643485       804357       844653      1005446      1254796
    94       536557      664467       830584       873420      1038230      1312322
    95       548720      685900       857375       902835      1071718      1354652
    96       560922      707788       884736       932903      1105920      1415577
    97       571333      730138       912673       963632      1140841      1460276
    98       583539      752953       941192       995030      1176490      1524731
    99       591882      776239       970299      1027103      1212873      1571884
    100      600000      800000      1000000      1059860      1250000      1640000
    
    VII. Egg Groups
    ***************
    1 Monster
    ---------
    Monster Group Only:
    Aron, Lairon, Aggron
    
    Also in Water 1 Group:
    Mudkip, Marshtomp, Swampert
    
    Also in Ground Group:
    Whismer, Loudred, Exploud, Rhyhorn, Rhydon
    
    Also in Plant Group:
    Tropius
    
    Also in Dragon Group:
    Treecko, Grovyle, Sceptile
    
    2 Water 1
    ---------
    Water 1 Group Only:
    Clamperl, Huntail, Gorebyss
    
    Also in Monster Group:
    Mudkip, Marshtomp, Swampert
    
    Also in Bug Group:
    Surskit, Masquerain
    
    Also in Flying Group:
    Wingull, Pelipper
    
    Also in Ground Group:
    Spheal, Sealeo, Walrein, Psyduck, Golduck
    
    Also in Fairy Group:
    Marill, Azumarill
    
    Also in Plant Group:
    Lotad, Lombre, Ludicolo
    
    Also in Water 3 Group:
    Corphish, Crawdaunt, Corsola
    
    Also in Water 2 Group:
    Relicanth
    
    Also in Dragon Group:
    Feebas, Milotic, Horsea, Seadra, Kingdra
    
    3 Bug
    -----
    Bug Group Only:
    Wurmple, Silcoon, Beautifly, Cascoon, Dustox, Nincada, Ninjask, Trapinch,
    Vibrava, Flygon, Pinsir, Heracross
    
    Also in Water 1 Group:
    Surskit, Masquerain
    
    Also in Humanshape Group:
    Volbeat, Illumise
    
    4 Flying
    --------
    Flying Group Only:
    Taillow, Swellow, Zubat, Golbat, Crobat, Doduo, Dodrio, Skarmory, Natu, Xatu
    
    Also in Water 1 Group:
    Wingull, Pelipper
    
    Also in Dragon Group:
    Swablu, Altaria
    
    5 Ground
    --------
    Ground Group Only:
    Torchic, Combusken, Blaziken, Poochyena, Mightyena, Zigzagoon, Linoone,
    Slakoth, Vigoroth, Slaking, Electrike, Manectric, Numel, Camerupt, Torkoal,
    Spoink, Grumpig, Sandshrew, Sandslash, Zangoose, Kecleon, Absol, Vulpix,
    Ninetales, Girafarig, Phanpy, Donphan
    
    Also in Monster Group:
    Whismer, Loudred, Exploud, Rhyhorn, Rhydon
    
    Also in Water 1 Group:
    Spheal, Sealeo, Walrein, Psyduck, Golduck
    
    Also in Fairy Group:
    Skitty, Delcatty, Mawile, Pikachu, Raichu
    
    Also in Plant Group:
    Seedot, Nuzleaf, Shiftry
    
    Also in Humanshape Group:
    Spinda
    
    Also in Water 2 Group:
    Wailmer, Wailord
    
    Also in Dragon Group:
    Seviper
    
    6 Fairy
    -------
    Fairy Group Only:
    Plusle, Minun, Jigglypuff, Wigglytuff
    
    Also in Water 1 Group:
    Marill, Azumarill
    
    Also in Ground Group:
    Skitty, Delcatty, Mawile, Pikachu, Raichu
    
    Also in Plant Group:
    Shroomish, Breloom, Roselia
    
    Also in Mineral Group:
    Snorunt, Glalie
    
    Also in Indeterminate:
    Castform
    
    7 Plant
    -------
    Plant Group Only:
    Oddish, Gloom, Vileplume, Bellossom
    
    Also in Monster Group:
    Tropius
    
    Also in Water 1 Group:
    Lotad, Lombre, Ludicolo
    
    Also in Ground Group:
    Seedot, Nuzleaf, Shiftry
    
    Also in Fairy Group:
    Shroomish, Breloom, Roselia
    
    Also in Humanshape Group:
    Cacnea, Cacturne
    
    8 Humanshape
    ------------
    Humanshape Group Only:
    Abra, Kadabra, Alakazam, Makuhita, Hariyama, Sableye, Machop, Machoke, Machamp,
    Meditite, Medicham
    
    Also in Bug Group:
    Volbeat, Illumise
    
    Also in Ground Group:
    Spinda
    
    Also in Plant Group:
    Cacnea, Cacturne
    
    9 Water 3
    ---------
    Water 3 Group Only:
    Tentacool, Tentacruel, Lileep, Cradily, Anorith, Armaldo, Staryu, Starmie
    
    Also in Water 1 Group:
    Corphish, Crawdaunt, Corsola
    
    10 Mineral
    ----------
    Mineral Group Only:
    Shedinja, Geodude, Graveler, Golem, Nosepass, Magnemite, Magneton, Voltorb,
    Electrode, Lunatone, Solrock, Baltoy, Claydol, Beldum, Metang, Metagross
    
    Also in Fairy Group:
    Snorunt, Glalie
    
    11 Indeterminate
    ----------------
    Indeterminate Group Only:
    Ralts, Kirlia, Gardevoir, Gulpin, Swalot, Slugma, Magcargo, Grimer, Muk,
    Koffing, Weezing, Shuppet, Banette, Duskull, Dusclops, Chimecho, Wobbuffet
    
    Also in Fairy Group:
    Castform
    
    12 Water 2
    ----------
    Water 2 Group Only:
    Goldeen, Seaking, Carvanha, Sharpedo, Barboach, Whiscash, Chinchou, Lanturn,
    Luvdisc
    
    Also in Water 1 Group:
    Relicanth
    
    Also in Ground Group:
    Wailmer, Wailord
    
    Also in Dragon Group:
    Magikarp, Gyarados
    
    13 Dragon
    ---------
    Dragon Group Only:
    Bagon, Shelgon, Salamence
    
    Also in Monster Group:
    Treecko, Grovyle, Sceptile
    
    Also in Water 1 Group:
    Feebas, Milotic, Horsea, Seadra, Kingdra
    
    Also in Flying Group:
    Swablu, Altaria
    
    Also in Ground Group:
    Seviper
    
    Also in Water 2 Group:
    Magikarp, Gyarados
    
    14 No EGGs
    ----------
    No EGGs Group Only:
    Azurill, Igglybuff, Pichu, Wynaut, Regirock, Regice, Registeel, Latias, Latios,
    Kyogre, Groudon, Rayquaza, Jirachi, Deoxys
    
    VIII. Shop list
    ***************
    Oldale Town(Before you get the Pokedex)
    -----------
    Potion        300
    Antidote      100
    Parlyz Heal   200
    Awakening     250
    
    Oldale Town
    -----------
    PokeBall      200
    Potion        300
    Antidote      100
    Parlyz Heal   200
    Awakening     250
    
    Petalburg City(Before you get 4 Badges)
    --------------
    PokeBall      200
    Potion        300
    Antidote      100
    Parlyz Heal   200
    Awakening     250
    Escape Rope   550
    Repel         350
    X Speed       350
    X Attack      500
    X Defend      550
    Orange Mail    50
    
    Petalburg City
    --------------
    PokeBall      200
    Great Ball    600
    Potion        300
    Super Potion  700
    Antidote      100
    Parlyz Heal   200
    Awakening     250
    Escape Rope   550
    Repel         350
    X Speed       350
    X Attack      500
    X Defend      550
    Orange Mail    50
    
    Route 104- Flower Shop
    ----------------------
    Red Plant       3000
    Tropical Plant  3000
    Pretty Flowers  3000
    Colorful Plant  5000
    Big Plant       5000
    Gorgeous Plant  5000
    
    Rustboro City
    -------------
    PokeBall      200
    Potion        300
    Super Potion  700
    Antidote      100
    Parlyz Heal   200
    Escape Rope   550
    Repel         350
    X Speed       350
    X Attack      500
    X Defend      550
    
    Slateport City
    --------------
    PokeBall      200
    Great Ball    600
    Potion        300
    Super Potion  700
    Antidote      100
    Parlyz Heal   200
    Escape Rope   550
    Repel         350
    Harbor Mail    50 *This it the mail you need for the Coin Case*
    
    Slateport City- Market Bottom Left
    ----------------------------------
    Azurill Doll    3000
    Marill Doll     3000
    Skitty Doll     3000
    
    Slateport City- Market Right
    ----------------------------
    TM10         3000 Hidden Power
    TM43         3000 Secret Power
    
    Slateport City- Market Middle Left
    ----------------------------------
    Protein      9800
    Iron         9800
    Carbos       9800
    Zinc         9800
    Calcium      9800
    HP Up        9800
    
    Slateport City- Market Top Left
    -------------------------------
    Red Brick        500
    Yellow Brick     500
    Blue Brick       500
    Red Balloon      500
    Blue Balloon     500
    Yellow Balloon   500
    C Low Note Mat   500
    D Note Mat       500
    E Note Mat       500
    F Note Mat       500
    G Note Mat       500
    A Note Mat       500
    B Note Mat       500
    C High Note Mat  500
    
    Mauville City
    -------------
    PokeBall      200
    Great Ball    600
    Super Potion  700
    Antidote      100
    Parlyz Heal   200
    Awakening     250
    X Speed       350
    X Attack      500
    X Defend      550
    Guard Spec.   700
    Dire Hit      650
    X Accuracy    950
    
    Mauville City- Casino Left
    --------------------------
    50 Coins     1000
    500 Coins   10000
    
    Mauville City- Casino Middle
    ----------------------------
    TM32        30000(1500Coins) Double Team
    TM29        70000(3500Coins) Psychic
    TM35        80000(4000Coins) Flamethrower
    TM24        80000(4000Coins) Thunderbolt
    TM13        80000(4000Coins) Ice Beam
    
    Mauville City- Casino Middle
    ----------------------------
    Treecko Doll   20000(1000Coins)
    Torchic Doll   20000(1000Coins)
    Mudkip Doll    20000(1000Coins)
    
    Verdanturf Town
    ---------------
    Great Ball    600
    Nest Ball    1000
    Super Potion  700
    Antidote      100
    Parlyz Heal   200
    Awakening     250
    Burn Heal     250
    Ice Heal      250
    Repel         350
    X Special     350
    Fluffy Tail  1000
    
    Fallarbor Town
    --------------
    Great Ball    600
    Super Potion  700
    Antidote      100
    Parlyz Heal   200
    Escape Rope   550
    Super Repel   500
    X Special     350
    X Speed       350
    X Attack      500
    X Defend      550
    Dire Hit      650
    Guard Spec.   700
    
    Lavaridge Town
    --------------
    Great Ball    600
    Super Potion  700
    Antidote      100
    Parlyz Heal   200
    Awakening     250
    Burn Heal     250
    Revive       1500
    Super Repel   500
    X Speed       350
    
    Fortree City
    ------------
    Great Ball    600
    Ultra Ball   1200
    Super Potion  700
    Hyper Potion 1200
    Antidote      100
    Parlyz Heal   200
    Awakening     250
    Revive       1500
    Super Repel   500
    Wood Mail      50
    
    Fortree City- Decoration Shop Left
    ----------------------------------
    Small Desk      3000
    Pokemon Desk    3000
    Heavy Desk      6000
    Ragged Desk     6000
    Comfort Desk    6000
    Brick Desk      9000
    Camp Desk       9000
    Hard Desk       9000
    
    Fortree City- Decoration Shop Right
    -----------------------------------
    Small Chair     2000
    Pokemon Chair   2000
    Heavy Chair     2000
    Ragged Chair    2000
    Comfort Chair   2000
    Brick Chair     2000
    Camp Chair      2000
    Hard Chair      2000
    
    Lilycove City-F2 Right Shop
    ---------------------------
    Potion        300
    Super Potion  700
    Hyper Potion 1200
    Max Potion   2500
    Revive       1500
    Repel         350
    Super Repel   500
    Max Repel     700
    Wave Mail      50
    Mech Mail      50
    
    Lilycove City-F2 Left Shop
    --------------------------
    PokeBall      200
    Great Ball    600
    Ultra Ball   1200
    Escape Rope   550
    Full Heal     600
    Antidote      100
    Parlyz Heal   200
    Burn Heal     250
    Ice Heal      250
    Awakening     250
    Fluffy Tail  1000
    
    Lilycove City-F3 Right Shop
    ---------------------------
    X Speed       350
    X Special     350
    X Attack      500
    X Defend      550
    Dire Hit      650
    Guard Spec.   700
    X Accuracy    950
    
    Lilycove City-F3 Left Shop
    --------------------------
    Protein      9800
    Calcium      9800
    Iron         9800
    Zinc         9800
    Carbos       9800
    HP Up        9800
    
    Lilycove City-F4 Right Shop
    ---------------------------
    TM17         3000 Protect
    TM20         3000 Safeguard
    TM33         3000 Reflect
    TM16         3000 Light Screen
    
    Lilycove City-F4 Left Shop
    --------------------------
    TM38         5500 Fire Blast
    TM25         5500 Thunder
    TM14         5500 Blizzard
    TM15         7500 Hyper Beam
    
    Lilycove City-F5 Far Right Shop
    
    -------------------------------
    Surf Mat        4000
    Thunder Mat     4000
    Fire Blast Mat  4000
    Powder Snow Mat 4000
    Attract Mat     4000
    Fissure Mat     4000
    Spikes Mat      4000
    Glitter Mat     2000
    Jump Mat        2000
    Spin Mat        2000
    
    Lilycove City-F5 Right Shop
    ---------------------------
    Ball Poster     1000
    Green Poster    1000
    Red Poster      1000
    Blue Poster     1000
    Cute Poster     1000
    Pika Poster     1500
    Long Poster     1500
    Sea Poster      1500
    Sky Poster      1500
    
    Lilycove City-F5 Left Shop
    --------------------------
    Pika Cushion    2000
    Round Cushion   2000
    Zigzag Cushion  2000
    Spin Cushion    2000
    Diamond Cushion 2000
    Ball Cushion    2000
    Grass Cushion   2000
    Fire Cushion    2000
    Water Cushion   2000
    
    Lilycove City-F5 Far Left Shop
    ------------------------------
    Pichu Doll      3000
    Pikachu Doll    3000
    Marill Doll     3000
    Jigglypuff Doll 3000
    Duskull Doll    3000
    Wynaut Doll     3000
    Baltoy Doll     3000
    Kecleon Doll    3000
    Azurill Doll    3000
    Skitty Doll     3000
    Swablu Doll     3000
    Gulpin Doll     3000
    
    Lilycove City-F6 Vending Machines
    ---------------------------------
    Fresh Water   200
    Soda Pop      300
    Lemonade      350
    
    Mossdeep City
    -------------
    Ultra Ball   1200
    Net Ball     1000
    Dive Ball    1000
    Hyper Potion 1200
    Full Heal     600
    Revive       1500
    Max Repel     700
    X Attack      500
    X Defend      550
    
    Sootopolis City
    ---------------
    Ultra Ball   1200
    Hyper Potion 1200
    Max Potion   2500
    Full Heal     600
    Revive       1500
    Max Repel     700
    X Attack      500
    X Defend      550
    Shadow Mail    50
    
    Ever Grande City
    
    ----------------
    Ultra Ball   1200
    Hyper Potion 1200
    Max Potion   2500
    Full Restore 3000
    Full Heal     600
    Revive       1500
    Max Repel     700
    
    IX. New Attacks
    ***************
    Blast Burn, Hydro Cannon, Hard Plant and Volt Tackle are not learned by any
    known Pokemon through any known means. All known Pokemon that learn Icicle
    Spear, learn it as an Egg Move.
    
    Fake Out
    Power: 40
    Type: Normal
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 10
    Effects: Always goes first. Causes the opponent Pokemon to Flinch. This attack
             can only be used on the first turn your Pokemon is out.
    
    Uproar
    Power: 50
    Type: Normal
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 10
    Effects: You Pokemon will not fall asleep for 2-5 turns.
    
    Stockpile
    Power: ---
    Type: Normal
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 10
    Effects: Your Pokemon will store up 1 level of energy. Can be used to store a
             maximum of 3 levels of energy.
    
    Spit Up
    Power: 100
    Type: Normal
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 10
    Effects: Releases all energy that was stored through the attack "Stockpile".
             Does damage based on the amount of energy released.
    
    Swallow
    Power: ---
    Type: Normal
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 10
    Effects: Releases all energy that was stored through the attack "Stockpile".
             Your Pokemon heal an amount of HP based on the amount of energy
             released.
    
    Heat Wave
    Power: 100
    Type: Fire
    Accuracy: 90%
    PP: 10
    Effects: Small chance of Burning the opponent Pokemon.
    
    Hail (TM07)
    Power: ---
    Type: Ice
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 10
    Effects: All non-ice type Pokemon will lose 12.5% of their HP every turn for
             the next 5 turns. Hail counts as a Weather Status. It will replace
             any other Weather Status currently active.
    
    Torment (TM41)
    Power: ---
    Type: Dark
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 15
    Effects: The opponent Pokemon can not use the same attack twice in a row.
    
    Flatter
    Power: ---
    Type: Dark
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 15
    Effects: Confuses the opponent Pokemon and raises their Special Attack by 2
             levels.
    
    Will-O-Wisp
    Power: ---
    Type: Fire
    Accuracy: 75%
    PP: 15
    Effects: Burns the opponent Pokemon.
    
    Memento
    Power: ---
    Type: Dark
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 10
    Effects: Your Pokemon faints and the opponent Pokemon's Attack and Special
             Attack are lowered by 2 levels.
    
    Facade (TM42)
    Power: 70
    Type: Normal
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 20
    Effects: If your Pokemon is Poisoned, Paralyzed or Burned, this attack does
             more damage.
    
    
    Focus Punch (TM01)
    Power: 150
    Type: Fighting
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 20
    Effects: Always goes last. If the opponent Pokemon damages your Pokemon with
             an attack the same turn you use Scream Punch, the attack fails.
    
    Smellingsalt
    Power: 60
    Type: Normal
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 10
    Effects: If the opponent Pokemon is Paralyzed, this attack does more damage
             then heals the opponent of Paralysis.
    
    Follow Me
    Power: ---
    Type: Normal
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 20
    Effects: You Pokemon will absorb attacks for your partner.
    
    Nature Power
    Power: ---
    Type: Normal
    Accuracy: 95%
    PP: 20
    Effects: The actual attack changes based on the location of the battle.
    
    Charge
    Power: ---
    Type: Electric
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 20
    Effects: The next Electric attack your Pokemon uses does extra damage.
    
    Taunt (TM12)
    Power: ---
    Type: Dark
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 20
    Effects: The opponent Pokemon can only use attacks that do damage.
    
    Helping Hand
    Power: ---
    Type: Normal
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 20
    Effects: Only works in 2 on 2 battles. Always goes first and increases the
             power of your partners attack.
    
    Trick
    Power: ---
    Type: Psychic
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 10
    Effects: Your Pokemon switches Held Items with the opponent Pokemon.
    
    Role Play
    Power: ---
    Type: Psychic
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 10
    Effects: Your Pokemon copies the characteristic of the opponent Pokemon.
    
    Wish
    Power: ---
    Type: Normal
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 10
    Effects: After your next turn, your current Pokemon regains 50% of it's total
             HP. Still works after switching.
    
    Assist
    Power: ---
    Type: Normal
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 20
    Effects: A attack is chosen at random from the movesets of all the other
             Pokemon in your team. Your Pokemon uses the choosen attack.
    
    Ingrain
    Power: ---
    Type: Grass
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 20
    Effects: Your Pokemon can no longer switch out, but it regains 1/16th of its
             Max HP every turn.
    
    Superpower
    Power: 120
    Type: Fighting
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 5
    Effects: Lowers your Pokemon's Attack and Defense.
    
    Magic Coat
    Power: ---
    Type: Psychic
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 15
    Effects: Always goes first. Reflects Special Effects done by attacks.
    
    Recycle
    Power: ---
    Type: Normal
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 10
    Effects: Your Pokemon regains their Held Item.
    
    Revenge
    Power: 60
    Type: Fighting
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 10
    Effects: Always goes last. If the opponent Pokemon damages your Pokemon with
             an attack the same turn you use Revenge, the attack does double
             damage.
    
    Brick Break (TM31)
    Power: 75
    Type: Fighting
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 15
    Effects: Removes Reflect, Light Screen from the opponent Pokemon.
    
    Yawn
    Power: ---
    Type: Normal
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 10
    Effects: After one turn, the opponent Pokemon falls asleep unless they Switch
             out.
    
    Knock Off
    Power: 20
    Type: Dark
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 20
    Effects: The opponent Pokemon loses its held item.
    
    Endeavor
    Power: ---
    Type: Normal
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 5
    Effects: Reduces opponents HP the same level as your Pokemon.
    
    Eruption
    Power: 150
    Type: Fire
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 5
    Effects: As your Pokemon's HP decreases so does Eruption's power.
    
    Skill Swap(TM48)
    Power: ---
    Type: Psychic
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 10
    Effects: Your Pokemon switches characteristics with the opponent Pokemon.
    
    Imprison
    Power: ---
    Type: Psychic
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 10
    Effects: The opponent Pokemon can not use any attacks that your Pokemon
             currently knows.
    
    Refresh
    Power: ---
    Type: Normal
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 20
    Effects: Removes Burn, Freeze and Paralysis statuses from your Pokemon.
    
    Grudge
    Power: ---
    Type: Ghost
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 5
    Effects: If the opponent Pokemon uses an attack to knock out your Pokemon,
             the PP of that attack drops to 0.
    
    Snatch (TM49)
    Power: ---
    Type: Dark
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 10
    Effects: Always goes first. Cancels the opponent's attack and your Pokemon
             uses the attack the opponent was going to use. This attack only
             works once. You must switch out before you can use it again.
    
    Secret Power (TM43)
    Power: 70
    Type: Normal
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 20
    Effects: This attack has a different special effect depending on the
             location of the battle.
    
    Dive (HM08)
    Power: 60
    Type: Water
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 10
    Effects: Your Pokemon charges for one turn and attacks on the second. It
             cannot be hit by most attacks while it is charging.
    
    Arm Thrust
    Power: 15
    Type: Fighting
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 20
    Effects: Hits the opponent Pokemon 2-5 times.
    
    Camouflage
    Power: ---
    Type: Normal
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 20
    Effects: Your Pokemon's type changes depending on the location of the battle.
    
    Tail Glow
    Power: ---
    Type: Bug
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 20
    Effects: Your Pokemon's Special Attack goes up 2 levels.
    
    Luster Purge
    Power: 70
    Type: Psychic
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 5
    Effect: High chance of lowering the opponent Pokemon's Special Defense.
    
    Mist Ball
    Power: 70
    Type: Psychic
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 5
    Effect: High chance of lowering the opponent Pokemon's Special Attack.
    
    Featherdance
    Power: ---
    Type: Flying
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 15
    Effects: Lowers the opponent Pokemon's Attack by 2 levels.
    
    Teeter Dance
    Power: ---
    Type: Normal
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 20
    Effects: Confuses the opponent Pokemon and your partner Pokemon.
    
    Blaze Kick
    Power: 85
    Type: Fire
    Accuracy: 90%
    PP: 10
    Effects: Higher then normal Critical Hit Rate. Small chance of burning the
             opponent Pokemon.
    
    Mud Sport
    Power: ---
    Type: Ground
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 15
    Effects: Electric attacks deal 50% less damage to your Pokemon.
    
    Ice Ball
    Power: 30
    Type: Ice
    Accuracy: 90%
    PP: 20
    Effects: Your Pokemon uses this attack for 5 turns or until you miss. The
             power doubles after every use.
    
    Needle Arm
    Power: 60
    Type: Grass
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 15
    Effect: Does double damage to opponents who have used Minimize. Good chance of
            Flinching the opponent Pokemon.
    
    Slack Off
    Power: ---
    Type: Normal
    Accuracy: 100
    PP: 10
    Effects: Your Pokemon heals 50% of its Max HP.
    
    Hyper Voice
    Power: 90
    Type: Normal
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 10
    Effects: None.
    
    Poison Fang
    Power: 50
    Type: Poison
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 15
    Effects: Good chance of badly poisoning the opponent Pokemon.
    
    Crush Claw
    Power: 75
    Type: Normal
    Accuracy: 95%
    PP: 10
    Effects: High chance of lowering the opponent Pokemon's Defense.
    
    Blast Burn
    Power: 150
    Type: Fire
    Accuracy: 90%
    PP: 5
    Effects: If the attack works, your Pokemon must recharge during the next turn.
    
    Hydro Cannon
    Power: 150
    Type: Water
    Accuracy: 90%
    PP: 5
    Effects: If the attack works, your Pokemon must recharge during the next turn.
    
    Meteor Mash
    Power: 100
    Type: Steel
    Accuracy: 85%
    PP: 10
    Effects: Small chance of increasing your Pokemon's Attack.
    
    Astonish
    Power: 30
    Type: Ghost
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 15
    Effects: Does double damage to opponents who have used Minimize. Good chance
             of Flinching the opponent Pokemon.
    
    Weather Ball
    Power: 50
    Type: Normal
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 10
    Effects: This attack's type changes to the current weather.
    
    Aromatherapy
    Power: ---
    Type: Grass
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 5
    Effects: Removes all Status Effects from all the Pokemon in your team.
    
    Fake Tears
    Power: ---
    Type: Dark
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 20
    Effects: Lowers the opponent Pokemon's Special Defense by 2 levels.
    
    Air Cutter
    Power: 55
    Type: Flying
    Accuracy: 95%
    PP: 25
    Effects: Higher then normal Critical Hit Rate.
    
    Overheat (TM50)
    Power: 140
    Type: Fire
    Accuracy: 90%
    PP: 5
    Effects: Your Pokemon's Special Attack goes down by 2 levels.
    
    Odor Sleuth
    Power: ---
    Type: Normal
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 40
    Effects: Your Pokemon's attacks will ignore the opponent Pokemon's evasion
             bonuses.
    
    Rock Tomb (TM39)
    Power: 50
    Type: Rock
    Accuracy: 80%
    PP: 10
    Effects: Decreases the opponent Pokemon's Speed.
    
    Silver Wind
    Power: 60
    Type: Bug
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 5
    Effects: Small chance of raising your Pokemon's Attack, Defense, Speed,
             Special Attack and Special Defense. 
    
    Metal Sound
    Power: ---
    Type: Steel
    Accuracy: 85%
    PP: 40
    Effects: Lowers the opponent Pokemon's Special Defense by 2 levels.
    
    Grasswhistle
    Power: ---
    Type: Grass
    Accuracy: 55%
    PP: 15
    Effects: Opponent Pokemon falls asleep.
    
    Tickle
    Power: ---
    Type: Normal
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 20
    Effects: Lowers the opponent Pokemon's Attack and Defense.
    
    Cosmic Power
    Power: ---
    Type: Psychic
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 20
    Effect: Raises your Pokemon's Defense and Special Defense.
    
    Water Spout
    Power: 150
    Type: Water
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 5
    Effects: As your Pokemon's HP decreases so does Water Spout's power.
    
    Signal Beam
    Power: 75
    Type: Bug
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 15
    Effects: Small chance of confusing the opponent Pokemon.
    
    Shadow Punch
    Power: 60
    Type: Ghost
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 20
    Effects: Never Misses.
    
    Extrasensory
    Power: 80
    Type: Psychic
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 30
    Effects: Does double damage to opponents who have used Minimize. Good chance
             of Flinching the opponent Pokemon.
    
    Sky Uppercut
    Power: 85
    Type: Fighting
    Accuracy: 90%
    PP: 15
    Effects: Can hit a Pokemon that has used Fly.
    
    Sand Tomb
    Power: 15
    Type: Ground
    Accuracy: 70%
    PP: 15
    Effects: Opponent Pokemon loses 1/16 of its max HP and cannot switch out for
             the next 2-5 turns.
    
    Sheer Cold
    Power: ---
    Type: Ice
    Accuracy: 30%
    PP: 5
    Effects: One Hit KO! Accuracy increases if your Pokemon is a higher level then
             the opponent Pokemon.
    
    Muddy Water
    Power: 95
    Type: Water
    Accuracy: 85%
    PP: 10
    Effects: Good chance of lowering the opponent Pokemon's Accuracy.
    
    Bullet Seed (TM09)
    Power: 10
    Type: Grass
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 30
    Effects: Hits the opponent Pokemon 2-5 times.
    
    Aerial Ace (TM40)
    Power: 60
    Type: Flying
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 20
    Effects: Never misses.
    
    Icicle Spear
    Power: 10
    Type: Ice
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 30
    Effects: Hits the opponent Pokemon 2-5 times.
    
    Iron Defense
    Power: ---
    Type: Steel
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 15
    Effects: Increases your Pokemon's Defense by 2 levels.
    
    Block
    Power: ---
    Type: Normal
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 5
    Effects: The opponent Pokemon can not switch out.
    
    Howl
    Power: ---
    Type: Normal
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 40
    Effects: Increases your Pokemon's Attack.
    
    Dragon Claw (TM02)
    Power: 80
    Type: Dragon
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 15
    Effects: None.
    
    Frenzy Plant
    Power: 150
    Type: Grass
    Accuracy: 90%
    PP: 5
    Effects: If the attack works, your Pokemon must recharge during the next turn.
    
    Bulk Up (TM08)
    Power: ---
    Type: Fighting
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 20
    Effects: Increases your Pokemon's Attack and Defense.
    
    Bounce
    Power: 85
    Type: Flying
    Accuracy: 85%
    PP: 5
    Effects: Your Pokemon charges for one turn and attacks on the second. It
             cannot be hit by most attacks while it is charging.
    
    Mud Shot
    Power: 55
    Type: Ground
    Accuracy: 95%
    PP: 15
    Effects: Lowers the opponent Pokemon's Speed.
    
    Poison Tail
    Power: 50
    Type: Poison
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 25
    Effects: Small chance of Poisoning the opponent Pokemon. Higher then normal
             Critical Hit rate.
    
    Covet
    Power: 40
    Type: Normal
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 40
    Effects: If your Pokemon has no Held Item, it steals the opponent's Held Item.
    
    Volt Tackle
    Power: 120
    Type: Electric
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 15
    Effects: Your Pokemon takes a large amount of recoil from the attack.
    
    Magical Leaf
    Power: 60
    Type: Grass
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 20
    Effect: Never misses.
    
    Water Sport
    Power: ---
    Type: Water
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 15
    Effects: Fire Attacks deal 50% less damage to your Pokemon.
    
    Calm Mind (TM04)
    Power: ---
    Type: Psychic
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 20
    Effects: Increases your Pokemon's Special Attack and Special Defense.
    
    Leaf Blade
    Power: 70
    Type: Grass
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 15
    Effects: Higher then normal Critical Hit Rate.
    
    Dragon Dance
    Power: ---
    Type: Dragon
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 20
    Effects: Increases your Pokemon's Attack and Speed.
    
    Rock Blast
    Power: 25
    Type: Rock
    Accuracy: 80%
    PP: 10
    Effects: Hits the opponent Pokemon 2-5 times.
    
    Shock Wave (TM34)
    Power: 60
    Type: Electric
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 20
    Effects: Never misses.
    
    
    Water Pulse (TM03)
    Power: 60
    Type: Water
    Accuracy: 100%
    PP: 20
    Effects: Small chance of Confusing the opponent Pokemon.
    
    Doom Desire
    Power: 120
    Type: Steel
    Accuracy: 85%
    PP: 5
    Effects: Attack hits after 3 turns. Ignores weakness and Resistance.
    
    Psycho Boost
    Power: 140
    Type: Psychic
    Accuracy: 90%
    PP: 5
    Effects: Your Pokemon's Special Attack goes down by 2 levels.
    
    X. TM List
    **********
    TM01- Focus Punch
    Location:
    
    TM02- Dragon Claw
    Location:
    
    TM03- Water Pulse
    Location:
    
    TM04- Calm Mind
    Location:
    
    TM05- Roar
    Location:
    
    TM06- Toxic
    Location:
    
    TM07- Hail
    Location:
    
    TM08- Bulk Up
    Location:
    
    TM09- Bullet Seed
    Location:
    
    TM10- Hidden Power
    Location:
    
    TM11- Sunny Day
    Location:
    
    TM12- Taunt
    Location:
    
    TM13- Ice Beam
    Location:
    
    TM14- Blizzard
    Location:
    
    TM15- Hyper Beam
    Location:
    
    TM16- Light Screen
    Location:
    
    TM17- Protect
    Location:
    
    TM18- Rain Dance
    Location:
    
    TM19- Giga Drain
    Location:
    
    TM20- Safeguard
    Location:
    
    TM21- Frustration
    Location:
    
    TM22- Solarbeam
    Location:
    
    TM23- Iron Tail
    Location:
    
    TM24- Thunderbolt
    Location:
    
    TM25- Thunder
    Location:
    
    TM26- Earthquake
    Location:
    
    TM27- Return
    Location:
    
    TM28- Dig
    Location:
    
    TM29- Psychic
    Location:
    
    TM30- Shadow Ball
    Location:
    
    TM31- Brick Break
    Location:
    
    TM32- Double Team
    Location:
    
    TM33- Reflect
    Location:
    
    TM34- Shock Wave
    Location:
    
    TM35- Flamethrower
    Location:
    
    TM36- Sludge Bomb
    Location:
    
    TM37- Sandstorm
    Location:
    
    TM38- Fire Blast
    Location:
    
    TM39- Rock Tomb
    Location:
    
    TM40- Aerial Ace
    Location:
    
    TM41- Torment
    Location:
    
    TM42- Facade
    Location:
    
    TM43- Secret Power
    Location:
    
    TM44- Rest
    Location:
    
    TM45- Attract
    Location:
    
    TM46- Thief
    Location:
    
    TM47- Steel Wing
    Location:
    
    TM48- Skill Swap
    Location:
    
    TM49- Snatch
    Location:
    
    TM50- Overheat
    Location:
    
    XI. HM List
    ***********
    HM01- Cut
    Location: Rustboro City
    
    HM02- Fly
    Location: Route 119
    
    HM03- Surf
    Location: Petalburg City
    
    HM04- Strength
    Location: Rusturf Tunnel
    
    HM05- Flash
    Location: Granite Cave
    
    HM06- Rock Smash
    Location: Mauville City
    
    HM07- Waterfall
    Location: Mossdeep City
    
    HM08- Dive
    Location: Cave of Origin
    
    XII. Pokedex
    ************
    #1 Treecko
    Type: Grass
    Egg Group: Monster/Dragon
    Experience at Lv100: 1059860
    
    #2 Grovyle
    Type: Grass
    Egg Group: Monster/Dragon
    Experience at Lv100: 1059860
    
    #3 Sceptile
    Type: Grass
    Egg Group: Monster/Dragon
    Experience at Lv100: 1059860
    
    #4 Torchic
    Type: Fire
    Egg Group: Ground
    Experience at Lv100: 1059860
    
    #5 Combusken
    Type: Fire/Fighting
    Egg Group: Ground
    Experience at Lv100: 1059860
    
    #6 Blaziken
    Type: Fire/Fighting
    Egg Group: Ground
    Experience at Lv100: 1059860
    
    #7 Mudkip
    Type: Water
    Egg Group: Monster/Water 1
    Experience at Lv100: 1059860
    
    #8 Marshtomp
    Type: Water/Ground
    Egg Group: Monster/Water 1
    Experience at Lv100: 1059860
    
    #9 Swampert
    Type: Water/Ground
    Egg Group: Monster/Water 1
    Experience at Lv100: 1059860
    
    #10 Poochyena
    Type: Dark
    Egg Group: Ground
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #11 Mightyena
    Type: Dark
    Egg Group: Ground
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #12 Zigzagoon 
    Type: Normal
    Egg Group: Ground
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #13 Linoone
    Type: Normal
    Egg Group: Ground
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #14 Wurmple
    Type: Bug
    Egg Group: Bug
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #15 Silcoon
    Type: Bug
    Egg Group: Bug
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #16 Beautifly
    Type: Bug/Flying
    Egg Group: Bug
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #17 Cascoon
    Type: Bug
    Egg Group: Bug
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #18 Dustox
    Type: Bug/Poison
    Egg Group: Bug
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #19 Lotad
    Type: Water/Grass
    Egg Group: Water 1/Plant
    Experience at Lv100: 1059860
    
    #20 Lombre
    Type: Water/Grass
    Egg Group: Water 1/Plant
    Experience at Lv100: 1059860
    
    #21 Ludicolo
    Type: Water/Grass
    Egg Group: Water 1/Plant
    Experience at Lv100: 1059860
    
    #22 Seedot
    Type: Grass
    Egg Group: Ground/Plant
    Experience at Lv100: 1059860
    
    #23 Nuzleaf
    Type: Grass/Dark
    Egg Group: Ground/Plant
    Experience at Lv100: 1059860
    
    #24 Shiftry
    Type: Grass/Dark
    Egg Group: Ground/Plant
    Experience at Lv100: 1059860
    
    #25 Taillow
    Type: Normal/Flying
    Egg Group: Flying
    Experience at Lv100: 1059860
    
    #26 Swellow
    Type: Normal/Flying
    Egg Group: Flying
    Experience at Lv100: 1059860
    
    #27 Wingull
    Type: Water/Flying
    Egg Group: Water 1/Flying
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #28 Pelipper
    Type: Water/Flying
    Egg Group: Water 1/Flying
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #29 Ralts
    Type: Psychic
    Egg Group: Indeterminate
    Experience at Lv100: 1250000
    
    #30 Kirlia
    Type: Psychic
    Egg Group: Indeterminate
    Experience at Lv100: 1250000
    
    #31 Gardevoir
    Type: Psychic
    Egg Group: Indeterminate
    Experience at Lv100: 1250000
    
    #32 Surskit
    Type: Bug/Water
    Egg Group: Water 1/Bug
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #33 Masquerain
    Type: Bug/Water
    Egg Group: Water 1/Bug
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #34 Shroomish
    Type: Grass
    Egg Group: Fairy/Plant
    Experience at Lv100: 1640000
    
    #35 Breloom
    Type: Grass/Fighting
    Egg Group: Fairy/Plant
    Experience at Lv100: 1640000
    
    #36 Slakoth
    Type: Normal
    Egg Group: Ground
    Experience at Lv100: 1250000
    
    #37 Vigoroth
    Type: Normal
    Egg Group: Ground
    Experience at Lv100: 1250000
    
    #38 Slaking
    Type: Normal
    Egg Group: Ground
    Experience at Lv100: 1250000
    
    #39 Abra
    Type: Psychic
    Egg Group: Humanshape
    Experience at Lv100: 1059860
    
    #40 Kadabra
    Type: Psychic
    Egg Group: Humanshape
    Experience at Lv100: 1059860
    
    #41 Alakazam
    Type: Psychic
    Egg Group: Humanshape
    Experience at Lv100: 1059860
    
    #42 Nincada
    Type: Bug/Ground
    Egg Group: Bug
    Experience at Lv100: 600000
    
    #43 Ninjask
    Type: Bug/Flying
    Egg Group: Bug
    Experience at Lv100: 600000
    
    #44 Shedinja
    Type: Bug/Ghost
    Egg Group: Mineral
    Experience at Lv100: 600000
    
    #45 Whismur
    Type: Normal
    Egg Group: Monster/Ground
    Experience at Lv100: 1059860
    
    #46 Loudred
    Type: Normal
    Egg Group: Monster/Ground
    Experience at Lv100: 1059860
    
    #47 Exploud
    Type: Normal
    Egg Group: Monster/Ground
    Experience at Lv100: 1059860
    
    #48 Makuhita
    Type: Fighting
    Egg Group: Humanshape
    Experience at Lv100: 1640000
    
    #49 Hariyama
    Type: Fighting
    Egg Group: Humanshape
    Experience at Lv100: 1640000
    
    #50 Goldeen
    Type: Water
    Egg Group: Water 2
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #51 Seaking
    Type: Water
    Egg Group: Water 2
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #52 Magikarp
    Type: Water
    Egg Group: Water 2/Dragon
    Experience at Lv100: 1250000
    
    #53 Gyarados
    Type: Water/Flying
    Egg Group: Water 2/Dragon
    Experience at Lv100: 1250000
    
    #54 Azurill
    Type: Normal
    Egg Group: No EGGs
    Experience at Lv100: 800000
    
    #55 Marill
    Type: Water
    Egg Group: Water 1/Fairy
    Experience at Lv100: 800000
    
    #56 Azumarill
    Type: Water
    Egg Group: Water 1/Fairy
    Experience at Lv100: 800000
    
    #57 Geodude
    Type: Rock/Ground
    Egg Group: Mineral
    Experience at Lv100: 1059860
    
    #58 Graveler
    Type: Rock/Ground
    Egg Group: Mineral
    Experience at Lv100: 1059860
    
    #59 Golem
    Type: Rock/Ground
    Egg Group: Mineral
    Experience at Lv100: 1059860
    
    #60 Nosepass
    Type: Rock
    Egg Group: Mineral
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #61 Skitty
    Type: Normal
    Egg Group: Ground/Fairy
    Experience at Lv100: 800000
    
    #62 Delcatty
    Type: Normal
    Egg Group: Ground/Fairy
    Experience at Lv100: 800000
    
    #63 Zubat
    Type: Poison/Flying
    Egg Group: Flying
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #64 Golbat
    Type: Poison/Flying
    Egg Group: Flying
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #65 Crobat
    Type: Poison/Flying
    Egg Group: Flying
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #66 Tentacool
    Type: Water/Poison
    Egg Group: Water 3
    Experience at Lv100: 1250000
    
    #67 Tentacruel
    Type: Water/Poison
    Egg Group: Water 3
    Experience at Lv100: 1250000
    
    #68 Sableye
    Type: Dark/Ghost
    Egg Group: Humanshape
    Experience at Lv100: 1059860
    
    #69 Mawile
    Type: Steel
    Egg Group: Ground/Fairy
    Experience at Lv100: 800000
    
    #70 Aron
    Type: Steel/Rock
    Egg Group: Monster
    Experience at Lv100: 1250000
    
    #71 Lairon
    Type: Steel/Rock
    Egg Group: Monster
    Experience at Lv100: 1250000
    
    
    #72 Aggron
    Type: Steel/Rock
    Egg Group: Monster
    Experience at Lv100: 1250000
    
    #73 Machop
    Type: Fighting
    Egg Group: Humanshape
    Experience at Lv100: 1059860
    
    #74 Machoke
    Type: Fighting
    Egg Group: Humanshape
    Experience at Lv100: 1059860
    
    #75 Machamp
    Type: Fighting
    Egg Group: Humanshape
    Experience at Lv100: 1059860
    
    #76 Meditite
    Type: Fighting/Psychic
    Egg Group: Humanshape
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #77 Medicham
    Type: Fighting/Psychic
    Egg Group: Humanshape
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #78 Electrike
    Type: Electric
    Egg Group: Ground
    Experience at Lv100: 1250000
    
    #79 Manectric
    Type: Electric
    Egg Group: Ground
    Experience at Lv100: 1250000
    
    #80 Plusle
    Type: Electric
    Egg Group: Fairy
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #81 Minun
    Type: Electric
    Egg Group: Fairy
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #82 Magnemite
    Type: Electric/Steel
    Egg Group: Mineral
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #83 Magneton 
    Type: Electric/Steel
    Egg Group: Mineral
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #84 Voltorb
    Type: Electric
    Egg Group: Mineral
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #85 Electrode
    Type: Electric
    Egg Group: Mineral
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #86 Volbeat
    Type: Bug
    Egg Group: Bug/Humanshape
    Experience at Lv100: 600000
    
    #87 Illumise
    Type: Bug
    Egg Group: Bug/Humanshape
    Experience at Lv100: 1640000
    
    #88 Oddish
    Type: Grass/Poison
    Egg Group: Plant
    Experience at Lv100: 1059860
    
    #89 Gloom
    Type: Grass/Poison
    Egg Group: Plant
    Experience at Lv100: 1059860
    
    #90 Vileplume
    Type: Grass/Poison
    Egg Group: Plant
    Experience at Lv100: 1059860
    
    #91 Bellossom
    Type: Grass
    Egg Group: Plant
    Experience at Lv100: 1059860
    
    #92 Doduo
    Type: Normal/Flying
    Egg Group: Flying
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #93 Dodrio
    Type: Normal/Flying
    Egg Group: Flying
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #94 Roselia
    Type: Grass/Poison
    Egg Group: Fairy/Plant
    Experience at Lv100: 1059860
    
    #95 Gulpin
    Type: Poison
    Egg Group: Indeterminate
    Experience at Lv100: 1640000
    
    #96 Swalot
    Type: Poison
    Egg Group: Indeterminate
    Experience at Lv100: 1640000
    
    #97 Caryanha
    Type: Water/Dark
    Egg Group: Water 2
    Experience at Lv100: 1250000
    
    #98 Sharpedo
    Type: Water/Dark
    Egg Group: Water 2
    Experience at Lv100: 1250000
    
    #99 Wailmer
    Type: Water
    Egg Group: Ground/Water 2
    Experience at Lv100: 1640000
    
    #100 Wailord
    Type: Water
    Egg Group: Ground/Water 2
    Experience at Lv100: 1640000
    
    #101 Numel
    Type: Fire/Ground
    Egg Group: Ground
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #102 Camerupt
    Type: Fire/Ground
    Egg Group: Ground
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #103 Slugma
    Type: Fire
    Egg Group: Indeterminate
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #104 Magcargo
    Type: Fire/Rock
    Egg Group: Indeterminate
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #105 Torkoal
    Type: Fire
    Egg Group: Ground
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #106 Grimer
    Type: Poison
    Egg Group: Indeterminate
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #107 Muk
    Type: Poison
    Egg Group: Indeterminate
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #108 Koffing
    Type: Poison
    Egg Group: Indeterminate
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #109 Weezing
    Type: Poison
    Egg Group: Indeterminate
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #110 Spoink
    Type: Psychic
    Egg Group: Ground
    Experience at Lv100: 800000
    
    #111 Grumpig
    Type: Psychic
    Egg Group: Ground
    Experience at Lv100: 800000
    
    #112 Sandshrew
    Type: Ground
    Egg Group: Ground
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #113 Sandslash
    Type: Ground
    Egg Group: Ground
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #114 Spinda
    Type: Normal
    Egg Group: Ground/Humanshape
    Experience at Lv100: 800000
    
    #115 Skarmory
    Type: Steel/Flying
    Egg Group: Flying
    Experience at Lv100: 1250000
    
    #116 Trapinch
    Type: Ground
    Egg Group: Bug
    Experience at Lv100: 1059860
    
    #117 Vibrava
    Type: Ground/Dragon
    Egg Group: Bug
    Experience at Lv100: 1059860
    
    #118 Flygon 
    Type: Ground/Dragon
    Egg Group: Bug
    Experience at Lv100: 1059860
    
    #119 Cacnea
    Type: Grass
    Egg Group: Plant/Humanshape
    Experience at Lv100: 1059860
    
    #120 Cacturne
    Type: Grass
    Egg Group: Plant/Humanshape
    Experience at Lv100: 1059860
    
    #121 Swablu
    Type: Normal/Flying
    Egg Group: Flying/Dragon
    Experience at Lv100: 600000
    
    #122 Altaria
    Type: Dragon/Flying
    Egg Group: Flying/Dragon
    Experience at Lv100: 600000
    
    #123 Zangoose
    Type: Normal
    Egg Group: Ground
    Experience at Lv100: 600000
    
    #124 Seviper
    Type: Poison
    Egg Group: Ground/Dragon
    Experience at Lv100: 1640000
    
    #125 Lunatone
    Type: Rock/Psychic
    Egg Group: Mineral
    Experience at Lv100: 800000
    
    #126 Solrock
    Type: Roc/Psychic
    Egg Group: Mineral
    Experience at Lv100: 800000
    
    #127 Barboach
    Type: Water/Ground
    Egg Group: Water 2
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #128 Whiscash
    Type: Water/Ground
    Egg Group: Water 2
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #129 Corphish
    Type: Water
    Egg Group: Water 1/Water 3
    Experience at Lv100: 1640000
    
    #130 Crawdaunt
    Type: Water/Dark
    Egg Group: Water 1/Water 3
    Experience at Lv100: 1640000
    
    #131 Baltoy
    Type: Ground/Psychic
    Egg Group: Mineral
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #132 Claydol
    Type: Ground/Psychic
    Egg Group: Mineral
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #133 Lileep
    Type: Rock/Grass
    Egg Group: Water 3
    Experience at Lv100: 600000
    
    #134 Cradily
    Type: Rock/Grass
    Egg Group: Water 3
    Experience at Lv100: 600000
    
    #135 Anorith
    Type: Rock/Bug
    Egg Group: Water 3
    Experience at Lv100: 600000
    
    #136 Armaldo
    Type: Rock/Bug
    Egg Group: Water 3
    Experience at Lv100: 600000
    
    #137 Igglybuff
    Type: Normal
    Egg Group: No EGGs
    Experience at Lv100: 800000
    
    #138 Jigglypuff
    Type: Normal
    Egg Group: Fairy
    Experience at Lv100: 800000
    
    #139 Wigglytuff
    Type: Normal
    Egg Group: Fairy
    Experience at Lv100: 800000
    
    #140 Feebas
    Type: Water
    Egg Group: Water 1/Dragon
    Experience at Lv100: 600000
    
    #141 Milotic
    Type: Water
    Egg Group: Water 1/Dragon
    Experience at Lv100: 600000
    
    #142 Castform
    Type: Normal
    Egg Group: Fairy/Indeterminate
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #143 Staryu
    Type: Water
    Egg Group: Water 3
    Experience at Lv100: 1250000
    
    #144 Starmie
    Type: Water/Psychic
    Egg Group: Water 3
    Experience at Lv100: 1250000
    
    #145 Kecleon
    Type: Normal
    Egg Group: Ground
    Experience at Lv100: 1059860
    
    #146 Shuppet
    Type: Ghost
    Egg Group: Indeterminate
    Experience at Lv100: 800000
    
    #147 Banette
    Type: Ghost
    Egg Group: Indeterminate
    Experience at Lv100: 800000
    
    #148 Duskull
    Type: Ghost
    Egg Group: Indeterminate
    Experience at Lv100: 800000
    
    #149 Dusclops
    Type: Ghost
    Egg Group: Indeterminate
    Experience at Lv100: 800000
    
    #150 Tropius
    Type: Grass/Flying
    Egg Group: Monster/Plant
    Experience at Lv100: 1250000
    
    #151 Chimecho
    Type: Psychic
    Egg Group: Indeterminate
    Experience at Lv100: 800000
    
    #152 Absol
    Type: Dark
    Egg Group: Ground
    Experience at Lv100: 1059860
    
    #153 Vulpix
    Type: Fire
    Egg Group: Ground
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #154 Ninetales
    Type: Fire
    Egg Group: Ground
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #155 Pichu
    Type: Electric
    Egg Group: No EGGs
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #156 Pikachu
    Type: Electric
    Egg Group: Ground/Fairy
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #157 Raichu
    Type: Electric
    Egg Group: Ground/Fairy
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #158 Psyduck
    Type: Water
    Egg Group: Water 1/Ground
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #159 Golduck
    Type: Water
    Egg Group: Water 1/Ground
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #160 Wynaut
    Type: Psychic
    Egg Group: No EGGs
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #161 Wobbuffet
    Type: Psychic
    Egg Group: Indeterminate
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #162 Natu
    Type: Psychic/Flying
    Egg Group: Flying
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #163 Xatu
    Type: Psychic/Flying
    Egg Group: Flying
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #164 Girafarig
    Type: Normal/Psychic
    Egg Group: Ground
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #165 Phanpy
    Type: Ground
    Egg Group: Ground
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #166 Donphan
    Type: Ground
    Egg Group: Ground
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #167 Pinsir
    Type: Bug
    Egg Group: Bug
    Experience at Lv100: 1250000
    
    #168 Heracross
    Type: Bug/Fighting
    Egg Group: Bug
    Experience at Lv100: 1250000
    
    #169 Rhyhorn
    Type: Ground/Rock
    Egg Group: Monster/Ground
    Experience at Lv100: 1250000
    
    #170 Rhydon
    Type: Ground/Rock
    Egg Group: Monster/Ground
    Experience at Lv100: 1250000
    
    #171 Snorunt
    Type: Ice
    Egg Group: Fairy/Mineral
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #172 Glalie
    Type: Ice
    Egg Group: Fairy/Mineral
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #173 Spheal
    Type: Ice/Water
    Egg Group: Water 1/Ground
    Experience at Lv100: 1059860
    
    #174 Sealeo
    Type: Ice/Water
    Egg Group: Water 1/Ground
    Experience at Lv100: 1059860
    
    #175 Walrein
    Type: Ice/Water
    Egg Group: Water 1/Ground
    Experience at Lv100: 1059860
    
    #176 Clamperl
    Type: Water
    Egg Group: Water 1
    Experience at Lv100: 600000
    
    #177 Huntail
    Type: Water
    Egg Group: Water 1
    Experience at Lv100: 600000
    
    #178 Gorebyss
    Type: Water
    Egg Group: Water 1
    Experience at Lv100: 600000
    
    #179 Relicanth
    Type: Water/Rock
    Egg Group: Water 1/Water 2
    Experience at Lv100: 1250000
    
    #180 Corsola
    Type: Water/Rock
    Egg Group: Water 1/Water 3
    Experience at Lv100: 800000
    
    #181 Chinchou
    Type: Electric/Water
    Egg Group: Water 2
    Experience at Lv100: 1250000
    
    #182 Lanturn
    Type: Electric/Water
    Egg Group: Water 2
    Experience at Lv100: 1250000
    
    #183 Luvdisc
    Type: Water
    Egg Group: Water 2
    Experience at Lv100: 800000
    
    #184 Horsea
    Type: Water
    Egg Group: Water 1/Dragon
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #185 Seadra
    Type: Water
    Egg Group: Water 1/Dragon
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #186 Kingdra
    Type: Water/Dragon
    Egg Group: Water 1/Dragon
    Experience at Lv100: 1000000
    
    #187 Bagon
    Type: Dragon
    Egg Group: Dragon
    Experience at Lv100: 1250000
    
    #188 Shelgon
    Type: Dragon
    Egg Group: Dragon
    Experience at Lv100: 1250000
    
    #189 Salamence
    Type: Dragon/Flying
    Egg Group: Dragon
    Experience at Lv100: 1250000
    
    #190 Beldum
    Type: Steel/Psychic
    Egg Group: Mineral
    Experience at Lv100: 1250000
    
    #191 Metang
    Type: Steel/Psychic
    Egg Group: Mineral
    Experience at Lv100: 1250000
    
    #192 Metagross
    Type: Steel/Psychic
    Egg Group: Mineral
    Experience at Lv100: 1250000
    
    #193 Regirock
    Type: Rock
    Egg Group: No EGGs
    Experience at Lv100: 1250000
    
    #194 Regice
    Type: Ice
    Egg Group: No EGGs
    Experience at Lv100: 1250000
    
    #195 Registeel
    Type: Steel
    Egg Group: No EGGs
    Experience at Lv100: 1250000
    
    #196 Latias
    Type: Dragon/Psychic
    Egg Group: No EGGs
    Experience at Lv100: 1250000
    
    #197 Latios
    Type: Dragon/Psychic
    Egg Group: No EGGs
    Experience at Lv100: 1250000
    
    #198 Kyogre
    Type: Water
    Egg Group: No EGGs
    Experience at Lv100: 1250000
    
    #199 Groudon
    Type: Ground
    Egg Group: No EGGs
    Experience at Lv100: 1250000
    
    #200 Rayquaza
    Type: Dragon/Flying
    Egg Group: No EGGs
    Experience at Lv100: 1250000
    
    #201 Jirachi
    Type: Steel/Psychic
    Egg Group: No EGGs
    Experience at Lv100: 1250000
    
    #202 Deoxys
    Type: Psychic
    Egg Group: No EGGs
    Experience at Lv100: 1250000
    
    XIII. Frequently Asked Questions
    ********************************
    1. Which Pokemon are not available in either Ruby or Sapphire version?
    2. Which Pokemon are only available in Sapphire Version?
    3. Which Pokemon are only available in Ruby Version?
    4. How do you catch Jirachi and Deoxys?
    5. Are there any new Eevee evolutions?
    6. Are Johto, Kanto, Orange Islands, etc. in this game?
    7. What is the best Starter Pokemon?
    8. Why can't I fight in the Touka City Gym?
    9. Why can't I see through this fog in the 4th Gym?
    10. What are the new Legendary Pokemon?
    11. What are the new types are there in Ruby/Sapphire Version?
    12. How many new Pokemon are there in Ruby/Sapphire Version?
    13. What is the Japanese Release Date of this game?
    14. What is the Canadian/US Release Date of this game?
    15. What is the European Release Date of this game?
    16. Where can I find a ROM of this game?
    17. What's up with Nukenin? It only has 1 HP.
    18. Can you trade with Red/Blue/Yellow/Gold/Silver/Crystal Version?
    19. How do you cross the "White Rails"?
    
    1. Which Pokemon are not available in either Ruby or Sapphire version?
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    There are 186 Pokemon that can not be caught or received in either Ruby or
    Sapphire version. In alphabetical order they are: Aerodactyl, Aipom, Ampharos,
    Arbok, Arcanine, Ariados, Articuno, Bayleef, Beedrill, Bellsprout, Blastoise,
    Blissey, Bulbasaur, Butterfree, Caterpie, Celebi, Chansey, Charizard,
    Charmander, Charmeleon, Chikorita, Clefable, Clefairy, Cleffa, Cloyster,
    Croconaw, Cubone, Cyndaquil, Deoxys, Delibird, Dewgong, Diglett, Ditto,
    Dragonair, Dragonite, Dratini, Drowzee, Dugtrio, Dunsparce, Eevee, Ekans,
    Electabuzz, Elekid, Entei, Espeon, Exeggcute, Exeggutor, Farfetch'd, Fearow,
    Feraligatr, Flaaffy, Flareon, Forretress, Furret, Gastly, Gengar, Gligar,
    Granbull, Growlithe, Haunter, Hitmonchan, Hitmonlee, Hitmontop, Ho-oh,
    Hoothoot, Hoppip, Houndoom, Houndour, Hypno, Ivysaur, Jirachi, Jolteon,
    Jumpluff, Jynx, Kabuto, Kabutops, Kakuna, Kangaskhan, Kingler, Krabby, Lapras,
    Larvitar, Ledian, Ledyba, Lickitung, Lugia, Magby, Magmar, Mankey, Mantine,
    Mareep, Marowak, Meganium, Meowth, Metapod, Mew, Mewtwo, Miltank, Misdreavus,
    Moltres, Mr. Mime, Murkrow, Nidoking, Nidoqueen, Nidoran Female, Nidoran Male,
    Nidorina, Nidorino, Noctowl, Octillery, Omanyte, Omastar, Onix, Paras,
    Parasect, Persian, Pidgeot, Pidgeotto, Pidgey, Piloswine, Pineco, Politoed,
    Poliwag, Poliwhirl, Poliwrath, Ponyta, Porygon, Porygon2, Primeape, Pupitar,
    Quagsire, Quilava, Qwilfish, Raikou, Rapidash, Raticate, Rattata, Remoraid,
    Scizor, Scyther, Seel, Sentret, Shellder, Shuckle, Skiploom, Slowbro, Slowking,
    Slowpoke, Smeargle, Smoochum, Sneasel, Snorlax, Snubbull, Spearow, Spinarak,
    Squirtle, Stantler, Steelix, Sudowoodo, Suicune, Sunflora, Sunkern, Swinub,
    Tangela, Tauros, Teddiursa, Togepi, Togetic, Totodile, Typhlosion, Tyranitar,
    Tyrogue, Umbreon, Unown, Ursaring, Vaporeon, Venomoth, Venonat, Venusaur,
    Victreebel, Wartortle, Weedle, Weepinbell, Wooper, Yanma and Zapdos
    
    2. Which Pokemon are only available in Sapphire Version?
    --------------------------------------------------------
    There are 7 Pokemon that can only be caught or received in Sapphire Version.
    In alphabetical order they are: Kyogre, Latias, Lunatone, Nuzleaf, Seedot,
    Seviper and Shiftry.
    
    
    3. Which Pokemon are only available in Ruby Version?
    ----------------------------------------------------
    There are 7 Pokemon that can only be caught or received in Ruby Version. In
    alphabetical order they are: Groudon, Latios, Lombre, Lotad, Ludicolo, Solrock
    and Zangoose.
    
    4. How do you catch Jirachi and Deoxys?
    ---------------------------------------
    Currently there are no known way to catch Jirachi or Deoxys.
    
    5. Are there any new Eevee evolutions?
    --------------------------------------
    No. Eevee isn't even in the game.
    
    6. Are Johto, Kanto, Orange Islands, etc. in this game?
    -------------------------------------------------------
    Nope. They aren't in the game. All known evidence of their existence was either
    faked or unreliable.
    
    7. What is the best Starter Pokemon?
    ------------------------------------
    Treecko has the easiest start. Torchic has the hardest. But Torchic's
    evolution, Blaziken is the best by far against the Elite 4. But for Link
    battling, that's up to you.
    
    8. Why can't I fight in the Petalburg City Gym?
    -----------------------------------------------
    That's actually the 5th Gym, not the first. Come back after getting 4 Badges.
    
    9. Why can't I see through this fog in the 4th Gym?
    ---------------------------------------------------
    Change the settings on your emulator. Or better yet, don't use the ROM.
    
    10. What are the new Legendary Pokemon?
    ---------------------------------------
    Kyogre, Groudon and Rayquaza are the main ones, equivalent to Mewtwo, Lugia and
    Ho-oh of RBYGSC. Latios, Latias, Regirock, Regiice, Registeel, Deoxys and
    Jirachi are the other ones equivalent to Articuno, Zapdos, Moltres, Mew,
    Raikou, Entei, Suicune and Celebi.
    
    11. What are the new types are there in Ruby/Sapphire Version?
    -------------------------------------------------------------
    There aren't any new types. The same 17 are still here.
    
    12. How many new Pokemon are there in Ruby/Sapphire Version?
    ------------------------------------------------------------
    There are 185 new Pokemon in Ruby/Sapphire Version.
    
    13. What is the Japanese Release Date of this game?
    ---------------------------------------------------
    November 21, 2002. It has already been released.
    
    14. What is the Canadian/US Release Date of this game?
    ------------------------------------------------------
    March 17, 2003.
    
    15. What is the European Release Date of this game?
    ---------------------------------------------------
    July 2003. Thanks goes to TEGolduck for this information.
    
    16. Where can I find a ROM of this game?
    ----------------------------------------
    ROM's are illegal. Don't use them.
    
    17. What's up with Shedinja? It only has 1 HP.
    ----------------------------------------------
    It's immune to all non-super effective attacks. Only Fire, Flying, Rock, Ghost
    and Dark types attacks can hit it. But it is effected by weather effects, etc.
    So Sandstorm or Curse will knock it out instantly.
    
    18. Can you trade with Red/Blue/Yellow/Gold/Silver/Crystal Version?
    -------------------------------------------------------------------
    No. Ruby/Sapphire Version are NOT compatible with any previous Pokemon game.
    You can not battle, trade or interact in anyway between them.
    
    19. How do you cross the "White Rails"?
    ---------------------------------------
    You need to use the Acro Bike. While on the rail, press the direction and B at
    the same time to hop over to the next rail.
    
    XIV. Acknowledgements
    *********************
    
    Nintendo, Game Freak, Creatures and Pokemon- For making this game possible.
    
    http://user.yagb.de/meowth346/ - Pokemon Forever Best Pokemon Ruby/Sapphire
                                     website on the net.
    
    http://www.actionace.com/pfx/ - Pokemon Forest X. Best Pokemon website ever.
                                    Ignited my original interest in Pokemon.
    
    http://pokegym.thedojo.com/ - Another great website I used to go to.
    
    http://www.math.miami.edu/~jam/azure/index.htm- Azure Heights. Yet another
                                                    great website.
    
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