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Pokemon Ruby/Sapphire(GBA)
FAQ/Walkthrough
File Created: 6/14/05
By strawhat
Version 4.0
Last Update: 12/16/07
#25

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The latest version of this FAQ will always be at Gamefaqs.com or IGN.com.


Table of Contents
-----------------
{1.0} Introduction
    [1.1] Features and Differences
    [1.2] Good Links

{2.0} Basics
    [2.1] Controls
    [2.2] The Field Screen
    [2.3] The Battle Screen
        a. Conditions
    [2.4] About Your Pokemon
    [2.5] Catching Pokemon
        a. Special Pokemon
    [2.6] Tips and Tricks for Beginners

{3.0} Walkthrough
    [3.1] Littleroot Town
    [3.2] Oldale Town
    [3.3] Petalburg City
        a. Petalburg Woods
    [3.4] Rustboro City
    [3.5] Dewford Town
        a. Granite Cave
    [3.6] Slateport City
    [3.7] Mauville City
    [3.8] Fallabor Town
    [3.9] Larvaridge Town
    [3.10] Petalburg City Returned
    [3.11] Verdanturf Town
    [3.12] Fortree City
    [3.13] Lilycove City
        a. Mt. Pyre
        b. Chasing the Baddies
    [3.14] Mossdeep City
        a. Seafloor Cavern
    [3.15] Sootopolis City
    [3.16] Evergrande City and Victory Road
    [3.17] The Final Four

{4.0} Aftermath
    [4.1] Trainer's Eye
    [4.2] Battle Tower
    [4.3] New Mauville
    [4.4] Safari Zone

{5.0} Miscellaneous
    [5.1] Trainer Card
    [5.2] Trade Center
    [5.3] Trainers with Items
    [5.4] Pokemon with Items
    [5.5] Pickup/Soundproof/Sturdy
    [5.6] Secret Bases
    [5.7] Dry Internal Battery

{6.0} Contests

{7.0} Items

{8.0} Berries

{9.0} TM/HM List

{10.0} Abilities

{11.0} Moves

{12.0} Breeding

{13.0} Basic Battle Strategy
    [13.1] Hidden Values
    [13.2] Team Building

{14.0} FAQ

{15.0} Closing


UPDATES:
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4.0(12/16/07)
     - Reverted back to numbers for versions. Didn't think I'd be making
       updates for three years.
     - Corrected typos.


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                             {1.0} Introduction
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Ah, Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire...two more gems to add to the wonderous Pokemon
RPG library. Two more excellent games to play. One more walkthrough to help
loyal fans of the Pokemon RPG games. I hope this FAQ will help you. Beware of
the spoilers. Oh, and a little bit of swearing too.


==============================================================================
                        [1.1] Features and Differences
==============================================================================

As the first Pokemon RPG to come out for the Game Boy Advance, there's of
course some new additions and differences from the previous versions. First
off, there's no longer day or night. It's only daytime. You also can't revisit
Johto or Kanto. Just Hoenn here.

Although Hoenn will never be the same as the other two lands, it does have new
things to offer. There are 8 new gym leaders, a new Elite 4, contests, berry
blending, new berries, equip items, you can run, choose new bikes, 2-on-2
battles, a whole new set of moves and TMs/HMs, new Pokeball animations, TV,
4 way linked battles, and a whole bunch of Pokemon.

Whew! That's a lot of additions, but still not all! The graphics and sound
have also increased and battling has evolved with natures and abilities that
can change the tide of battle. And for all you advanced trainers, there's also
a new EV/IV formula.

Gender, breeding, the Battle Tower, and some Pokemon also make their return
from the previous Pokemon games. This is an excellent addition to the Pokemon
series and I recommend this to everyone.

Between Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire, there isn't really too many differences.
Myself, I own Pokemon Ruby. The only thing that's different is a minor part of
the storyline(either rains or drought, Team Magma/Team Aqua) and exclusive
Pokemon, as usual.


                RUBY                   |               SAPPHIRE
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          Seedot/Nuzleaf/Shiftry       <      Lotad/Lombre/Ludicolo
                        Zangoose       >      Seviper
                         Solrock       =      Lunatone
                          Mawile       =      Sableye
                         Groudon       <      Kyogre


Pick the version with your favorite Pokemon on it.


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                              [1.2] Good Links
==============================================================================

I know that my FAQ does not have everything. So, I made this little section to
help out those in need, still.


Moveset FAQ:
http://db.gamefaqs.com/portable/gbadvance/file/pokemon_frlg_moves.txt


Advanced Trainer Guide:
http://db.gamefaqs.com/portable/gbadvance/file/pokemon_rs_trainer.txt


Pokedex:
http://db.gamefaqs.com/portable/gbadvance/file/pokemon_rs_pokedex_a.txt


Contest/Berry FAQ:
http://db.gamefaqs.com/portable/gbadvance/file/pokemon_rs_contest.txt


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                                {2.0} Basics
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This is the basics. You know, stuff that comes in a manual guide most sane
people already know. But in case you are playing the Japanese person or is not
sane, here is the section.


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                               [2.1] Controls
==============================================================================

 --------------------------------------------------------
|Button |      Field Screen      |      Menu Screen      |
|-------|------------------------|-----------------------|
|   A   | Talk, Examine          | Confirm               |
|   B   | Run(With running shoes)| Cancel                |
|   Up  | View a sign, move      | Move up               |
|  Down | Move down              | Move Down             |
|  Left | Move Left              | Previous Screen       |
|       |                        | (Pokedex)             |
| Right | Move Right             | Next Screen(Pokedex)  |
|   R   | Nothing                | Nothing               |
|   L   | Nothing                | Nothing               |
| Select| Use selected item      | Nothing               |
| Start | Access Menu            | Nothing               |
 --------------------------------------------------------

Note: To jump ledges, just move the control pad downwards. You can only jump
down ledges, not over.

Note: You can change the function of L and R in the options menu.


==============================================================================
                            [2.2] The Field Screen
==============================================================================

So, now you know the controls. Now, what do you do? Well, usually, the first
thing you do going around town is to explore a bit, but not too much in case
an unwanted event is activated. Pokemon Centers are in almost every town. They
are the buldings with red roofs. Talk to the nurse behind the counter to heal
your Pokemon for absolutely no charge!

More about Pokemon centers. To the right, there's a PC. Press A to access the
menu. There will then be a menu. Let's go through it step by step.

 ------------------               ------------------  When any of thse options
| Bill's PC        | Bills PC -> | Withdraw Pokemon | are selected, they will
| Your PC          |             | Deposit Pokemon  | take you to a box. Never
| Profressor Birch |             | Move Pokemon     | press the last option,
 ----------------              | Release Pokemon  | it's Release.
                                ------------------
Your PC
 ---------------      --------------------
| Item          | -> | Withdraw item/mail |
| Mail          | -> | Deposit item/mail  |
| Return        |     --------------------
 --------------- 

You shouldn't really worry about the mail. Professor Birch's PC will tell you
how you've been doing catching Pokemon and isn't that important. Upstairs is
the connecting place. The first lady after the PC lets you battle and the
second is to trade.

The buldings with blue roofs are Pokemarts. They sell you supplies and also
buy from you. When you're there, stock up!

The gyms are usually the largest buldings. They say gym on it. Duh. Beat the
gym leader to progress through the story. The badges they give have special
qualities.

Talk to everyone in a city, usually you can get some items or advice. To exit
a house, there should be a rectangular red mat. Press down there.

To find hidden items, press A on the ground. If there's a hidden item there,
you get it! If not, nothing happens. This is usually the case. Normal items
also appear on the floor in the shape of a Pokeball.


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                           [{2.3] The Battle Screen
==============================================================================

Pokemon must battle to become stronger and you need to know how in order to
progress through the game. The first Pokemon in your party is sent out
automatically when any kind of battle starts. Here's the menu:

 ----------------
| Fight     Item |
| Pokemon   Run  |
 ----------------

When Fight is selected, your Pokemons moves will be displayed. It can only
learn 4, after that you must choose whether you would like to keep one and get
rid of another or just not learn the move. Choose an attack and the battle
sequence begins. Whoever has higher Speed attacks first. Some moves do damage
and others do not. Each attack has a type so use them to your advantage. They
also have a certain amount of PP, the number next to the attack. That shows
how many times you can use the attack. When it reaches 0, you can no longer
use it. Generally, stronger moves have less PP. As your PP gets less, the
color will change from yellow to orange to red.

When Pokemon is selected, you go to a screen of Pokemon. You can select switch
in which you switch in a Pokemon and waste a turn, or just check a Pokemon's
stats. You always go first when switching unless Pursuit is used.

When Item is selected, you can use an item in battle if it can be used, but
you can't attack afterwards. You always go first unless Pursuit is used.

Run is escape from battle. You don't lose anything.

Stat definitions:

HP: Stands for hit points. When you have 0, your Pokemon faints.

Attack: Decides how strong your physical attacks are along with a move's base
power. Only decides for Normal, Bug, Rock, Steel, Fighting, Poison, Ghost,
flying, and Ground types.

Defense: Decides how much damage you take from physical attacks.

Special Attack: Decides how strong your special attacks are along with a
move's base power. Only decides for Water, Grass, Electric, Psychic, Ice,
Fire, Dragon, and Dark types.

Special Defense: Decides how much damage you take from special attacks.

Speed: The Pokemon with higher speed goes first. On wild Pokemon battles, if
your Pokemon is fast it also has a higher chance of running away when
selected.

There are two kinds of battles: Trainer and Wild.

To start a wild Pokemon battle, just go to a place wild Pokemon may live. They
are usually found in grasses but they also live in caves, oceans, abandones
buldings, and more. They are random battles consisting of one Pokemon. The
only reward you get from winning is experience. Only certain Pokemon are in
certain areas.

Trainers usually hang out at just about anywhere except cities and towns. To
start a battle with them, let them make eye contact with you. Trainer battles
are a bit different from wild Pokemon battles. First, you cannot run so make
sure you have Pokemon in good shape. Second, they will have more than one
Pokemon usually, including Pokemon you cannot find in the wild or that area.
They are smarter and are a higher level than those wild Pokemon. Third, you
will get both experience and money as a reward.

All those Pokemon types do effect the battle. Some types of attacks are strong
against others. If the Pokemon is dual type, things aren't much different. If
one type is strong against another, it does 2x the damage. If both types are
weak to the attack, it does a whopping 4x the damage. If the type is resistant
to the attack, it does 1/2 the damage. If the type is immune to the attack, it
does no damage. If one type is weak to the attack but the other attack is
resistant to it, the damage will be normal. Sometimes critical hits and added
effects happen on moves.

There are several tactics of battling which will be explained later.


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                                ( a. Conditions )
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When battling sometimes Pokemon have attacks that may change your normal
condition. These will haggle your battling abilities are very annoying. There
are two kinds of conditions, direct and indirect.

You can only have one direct condition at a time and it will say so above your
HP. They stay after the battle and when switched and can only be cured when
you go to a Pokemon Center or use a special item. These conditions are:

+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| Condition        | Effect                                                  |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Poison           | Takes about 1/16th of your HP per turn. Take 1 HP per 4 |
|                  | steps damage outside of battle.                         |
| Sleep            | User usually can't attack. Wakes up after 2-5 turns.    |
| Frozen           | Same as above, except a fire attack will automatically  |
|                  | thaw frozen Pokemon whether used by foe or frozen Poke. |
| Paralyzed        | Paralyzed Pokemon's Speed halves. 30% chance of not     |
|                  | attacking.                                              |
| Burn             | Takes about 1/8 HP damage. Attack is halved.            |
| Faint            | User can't stay in battle.                              |
+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+

There is also a special poison condition when Toxic or Poison Fang is used.
This starts off taking only 1/16th of your max HP, but doubles every turn
until switched. Unlike the original RBY, this status will stay.

Indirect status conditions are not mentioned directly. There are many of these
are incurable by item and are nulled by switching or ending the battle. Here's
a list of SOME indirect conditions:

+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| Condition        | Effect                                                  |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Leech Seed       | Absorbs 1/8 max HP per turn. Awesome move.              |
| Confusion        | 1/2 of a chance of attacking itself. Damage to itself   |
|                  | depends on Attack and Defense.                          |
| Attract          | 1/2 chance of not attacking. Can only be used on        |
|                  | opposite gender. Nulled if either Pokemon is switched.  |
+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+


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                            [2.4] About Your Pokemon
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Each Pokemon in the game are unique. They have one to two types and a special
ability. They also have personalities which affect their stats. They also grow
at different rates, some taking more experience to reach their max level(100)
and some taking less.


List of Personalities
Adamant:            +Att     -Sp Att
Impish:             +Def     -Sp Att
Jolly:              +Spd     -Sp Att
Careful:            +Sp Def  -Sp Att

Bold:               +Def     -Att
Timid:              +Spd     -Att
Modest:             +Sp Att  -Att
Calm:               +Sp Def  -Att

Hardy:              EQUAL
Docile:             EQUAL
Serious:            EQUAL
Bashful:            EQUAL
Quirky:             EQUAL

Lonely:             +Att     -Def
Hasty:              +Spd     -Def
Mild:               +Sp Att  -Def
Gentle:             +Sp Def  -Def

Brave:              +Att     -Spd
Relaxed:            +Def     -Spd
Quiet:              +Sp Att  -Spd
Sassy:              +Sp Def  -Spd

Naughty:            +Att     -Sp Def
Lax:                +Def     -Sp Def
Naive:              +Spd     -Sp Def
Rash:               +Sp Att  -Sp Def

Each plus is by 10% and the other decreased by 10%.

Pokemon become stronger by battling, whether wilds or trainers. As Pokemon
become stronger, they also learn better moves. You can keep up to 4 moves.
When you're trying to learn a new move, they will first ask if you want to
keep that attack, then you go to a screen where you choose the attack you want
to delete. If you select no or the new move, then the game will ask if you are
sure you don't want to learn the new move. Say yes or no.

At a certain level, most Pokemon evolve into stronger creatures, or evolve.
They will have higher stats, but sometimes they will not learn attacks they
could only learn in their previous stage and they learn new attacks more
slowly Some Pokemon even evolve twice! If you wish to stop evolution, press B
when the Pokemon is evolving. Some Pokemon require a certain condition in
order to evolve although most evolve with Level. There is:

Level: Evolves at a certain level.

Stone: You need to use a certain evolution stone. (Ex: Jigglypuff with Moon
Stone.)

Trade: Trade it with a friend, and get that sucker back.

Happiness: Make the Pokemon happy by giving it vitamins, battling with it, and
never letting it faint. Probably the hardest to do.

Beauty: Only one Pokemon evolves this way and it can only be done in
Ruby/Sapphire. Increase its Beauty stat to the max and raise it a level.

About techniques. Pokemon learn moves by leveling up, but there are also other
ways of learning. One way is to breed. When two Pokemon are in the same
breeding group(see breeding section) and the father has a move that the baby
can learn only by breeding, it will get it! The baby will always be the
species of the mother. For more information on this, check the breeding
section.

TMs are another way. After you defeat Brock, you get the TM Case. It holds
TMs. If the Pokemon can learn it, it will. You can only use a TM once. HMs
however can be used as many times as you want although most of them are
useless competitively.

Sometimes a move(namely HMs) can be used outside of battle. These can be
useful in most cases and can be used even if the Pokemon has fainted or ran
out of PP for that move.

Pokemon cries also vary depending on your health, a new feature since Ruby/
Sapphire. The cry changes when you reach the yellow zone in HP, again in red,
and finally once more when it faints.

Pokemon also have different growth rates. Some Pokemon get to level 100 with
only 600,000 experience, but some can take more than 1.5 million.


==============================================================================
                            [2.5] Catching Pokemon
==============================================================================

Catching Pokemon is essential. You need to have a wide variety of Pokemon on
your Pokemon team and getting all 386 is part of the fun! Here's how to do it.

First, get into a wild Pokemon battle. Weaken the Pokemon down to red to low
yellow health. Now go to the item screen, press right a few times until you
are in the pocket to the very right, and use one of your Pokeballs. Each
Pokemon's catch rate can differ. Generally, the higher level the Pokemon and
the rarer it is, the harder to catch. Legendaries are by far the hardest
Pokemon to catch.

Each Pokeball also has a catch rate which can effect the chances of the
Pokemon staying in the Pokeball. The basic ones are Pokeball, Great Ball,
Ultra Ball, and Master Ball, but there are several others in which you can
get.

The Pokemon's status can also effect the difficulty of capturing it. Try to
get it to fall asleep or even better, frozen. Any other status will work fine
but with these two, the Pokemon doesn't have a chance of KOing itself and can
not attack.

Remember that some Pokemon may be holding items that will help them.


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                            ( a. Special Pokemon )
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Some Pokemon in the wild are special. One kind of special Pokemon is a shiny
Pokemon. These are very, very rare and have a different color than normal
Pokemon. They also have a special animation when they are sent in to battle.
They are ordinary in every other way however.

Some Pokemon also hold a special condition called Pokerus. This is rarer than
a shiny Pokemon and very helpful. This doubles the EVs that you get from
Pokemon. It can be spread to all Pokemon in your party and disappears after
a few days. If you can store it in your PC, it will stay. What sucks is that
you can't tell if a wild Pokemon has this condition, but there's a chance
your Pokemon can catch it. If you have questions about EVs, take a look at
the hidden stat section.

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                       [2.6] Tips and Tricks for Beginners
==============================================================================

There are some essential things that you should do that are vital in the game.
These tips are sure to help beginning players.

1. Save often. This is a must in every game. Do especially after tough battles
and before a legendary or Gym Leader.

2. When you reach a town, the first thing you should do is go to a Pokemon
Center and heal your party unless a guide says not to.

3. Have at least 10 balls with you. You never know if a shiny or rare Pokemon
comes up.

4. Don't use your Master Ball unless you are facing a legendary that can run
or a shiny Pokemon which can selfdestruct.

5. Have a wide variety of moves so that you can have an attack that is super
effective to all types.

6. Have HM Slaves. Stick worthless HMs on Pokemon you won't use so that your
"good" team won't have useless attacks.

7. Each type of trainer(going by sprite) usually hold specific types of
Pokemon. Ex: Hikers usually hold Rock types and Machop/Zubat and have a fat
sprite.

8. Search around in each area of grass for new Pokemon.

9. Sometimes you will find dark spots on the ground. These are usually hidden
items! Press A on the spot to find an item! Usually they are berries that you
can only get in Ruby/Sapphire.


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                              {3.0} Walkthrough
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As soon as you press New Game, Professor Birch will give you a small
introduction. Then, he'll ask for your name and gender. After all this, he'll
say that he gets it now! Professor will then teleport you to Littleroot and
tell you to come to his lab. OK, then.


==============================================================================
                           [3.1] Littleroot Town
==============================================================================

When the truck stops, leave. Your mom will escort you to your new home(the
left one if you're a boy, the right one if you're a girl.) and tell you to
set the new clock that Dad got you. Go right upstairs and examine the clock.
When that's done, go to the PC on the very right of your room and withdraw
the Potion that's in there.

Go downstairs and watch the scene. Now leave your house and go to Professor
Birch's laboratory. It's located right underneath your house; you can't miss
it. Go inside to find out that he's not there. *sigh* This guy seems like a
magnet for trouble.

Leave the laboratory and head to your neighbor's house. Watch the scene, then
go upstairs. Talk to your new, FRIENDLY rival. The song here will be different
depending if your rival is a boy or a girl. Your rival's gender will be
opposite of yours.

After that, leave the town via the north exit. Oh my god! It's Professor
Birch! He's getting attacked by a Pokemon! If you try to leave, he'll yell at
you so examine his bag and pick a Pokemon. This will be your starter, so
choose wisely. Myself, I picked Torchic because it's such a badass.

You'll get your first taste of battle now. It's a weak Pokemon, so you should
have no problem defeating it. Just pick fight and Scratch/Tackle/Pound until
it's dead. You can't lose this fight; the wild Poochyena will run away if
you're dying. Which you really shouldn't be.

Watch the scene afterwards. You'll be given the Pokemon that you used earler.
Give it a nickname if you want, but we're done here. Examine your starter and
learn about its moves.

Leave via the north exit again. There's some wild Pokemon here, but you can't
catch any yet. There are no trainers here and it's really a short way until
Oldale Town.

There's not much to do here yet. Talk to the man in white next to the first
house to the right. He'll take you to the Pokemart and give you a free Potion.
Now leave towards the top exit. Make sure your Pokemon is fully healed.

It's only a short way before you meet up with your rival. Talk to him/her.
Now, we'll begin your first trainer and rival battle.


>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
RIVAL BATTLE 1

This is REALLY easy. Both of you have only one Pokemon. Your rival's Pokemon
will always be the type that's strong against yours. Don't worry about that
now, though. Just keep using your offensive technique. You should have the
edge still because you had the opportunity to fight and level up before. Use
your potion if you're low on health.

                   <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

After your battle, go all the way back to Littleroot Town. You should heal in
a Pokemon Center. The trip shouldn't be too bad, just hop over the ledges.
When you get back to Littleroot Town, visit Birch in his lab. Yes, he's in
there this time. You'll get a Pokedex and five Pokeballs.

Leave the lab and talk to mom who should be standing outside the door. She'll
give you the Running Shoes. Read the instructions. Press B to run.

Leave through Route 101 just one more time. This time, we can catch some
Pokemon. Read the basics section if you don't know how.

ROUTE 101
+--------------------------------------+
|WILD POKEMON | APPEARANCE RATE(R/S)   |
|--------------------------------------|
|Zigzagoon    |          80%           |
|Poochyena    |          20%           |
+--------------------------------------+

Catch a Poochyena if you want, but later in the game it's only going to serve
as something for your Pokedex. Zigzagoon, as you'll learn soon, is the most
common darn thing in the entire game.


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                              [3.2] Oldale Town
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+---------------------+
|SHOP MENU     |Price |
|--------------|------|
|Poke Ball     |  200 |
|Potion        |  300 |
|Antidote      |  100 |
|Paralyz Heal  |  200 |
|Burn Heal     |  250 |
|Awakening     |  250 |
+---------------------+

When you get to Oldale Town, make sure to stock up on a couple of Pokeballs.
Even though we're not going to be using the Pokemon around here, we still want
them in our Pokedex. There's no other places of interest here, so heal at the
Pokemon Center and head west to Route 102.


ROUTE 102
+--------------------------------------+
|WILD POKEMON | APPEARANCE RATE(R/S)   |
|--------------------------------------|
|Zigzagoon    |          40%           |
|Poochyena    |          10%           |
|Surskit      |           3%           |
|Wingull      |           4%           |
|Ralts        |           3%           |
|Wurmple      |          20%           |
|Lotad        |         0%/20%         |
|Seedot       |         20%/0%         |
+--------------------------------------+

There are already some rare goodies this early in the game. Ralts can only be
found here and it's really rare, but if you can get your hands on it, be sure
to train it. Sure, it might only have Growl now, but it can develop into
one of the strongest Psychic Pokemon later in the game. Wingull and Surskit
are also quite rare right now, but are one of the few water Pokemon that are
available to you right now. If you have Mudkip, don't using either of these
two. Don't go searching for these as they are more common later in the game
and aren't really that strong anyway. If you do come across one though, use it
temporarily unless you have Mudkip. Lotad is a much better choice for a water
Pokemon though and it's pretty common here IF you have Sapphire. It's also a
grass type.

If you have Ruby, you'll be able to catch a Seedot. Seedots are not really
that great unless properly trained, but like the water types, there aren't too
many grass Pokemon this early in the game.

As for Wurmple, it has two evolutions. Neither are really that useful later in
the game, but it does evolve early and is strong early in the game. It's up to
you whether or not you want to use it.


On Route 102, you're going to be fighting some simple trainer battles. When
you get to the top of the map, look to your right to see some berry plants.
Pick them. You can replant them if you want, but don't worry too much about
berries right now. Go ahead and use them, Oran and Leppa are quite common.

Over to your left, look below the Lass trainer to find a Potion lying on the
ground. Continue left to hit Petalburg City.


==============================================================================
                            [3.3] Petalburg City
==============================================================================

Petalburg is a pretty city. Make sure to talk to the man in the Pokemon Center
next to the PC. He'll change your profile for you.

+---------------------+
|SHOP MENU     |Price |
|--------------|------|
|Poke Ball     |  200 |
|Potion        |  300 |
|Antidote      |  100 |
|Paralyz Heal  |  200 |
|Burn Heal     |  250 |
|Awakening     |  250 |
|Escape Rope   |  550 |
|Repel         |  350 |
|X Speed       |  350 |
|X Attack      |  500 |
|X Defend      |  550 |
|Orange Mail   |   50 |
+---------------------+

Buy some Pokeballs and maybe a Potion if you can afford it. If you're going to
buy Pokeballs in large numbers, do it by 10's so you can get the extra Premier
Ball.

When that's all done, go inside the gym. Talk to your dad and watch the scene.
If you don't know how to catch a Pokemon, make sure you pay attention. After
that, get ready to leave. Your dad will only battle you if you have four
badges, so let's get going.


ROUTE 104
+--------------------------------------+
|WILD POKEMON | APPEARANCE RATE(R/S)   |
|--------------------------------------|
|Zigzagoon    |          40%           |
|Surskit      |           5%           |
|Wingull      |           5%           |
|Wurmple      |          40%           |
|Taillow      |          10%           |
+--------------------------------------+

Keep your eye on Taillow. Its attack power is very strong for throughout the
game and is a great Pokemon to have. It's especially useful in the forest
filled with Bug Pokemon.


It shouldn't be too far before you reach an empty house. This will be useful
later on, but for now, just keep going up. Pick the berries here and enter
the forest.


------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                           ( a. Petalburg Woods )
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

PETALBURG WOODS
+--------------------------------------+
|WILD POKEMON | APPEARANCE RATE(R/S)   |
|--------------------------------------|
|Zigzagoon    |          10%           |
|Shroomish    |          10%           |
|Silcoon      |          10%           |
|Wurmple      |          40%           |
|Cascoon      |          10%           |
|Slakoth      |          10%           |
|Taillow      |          10%           |
+--------------------------------------+

Get a Shroomish here, unless you have Treecko. Everything else is just Pokedex
stuff, if you don't already have it.


At the entrance of the Petalburg Woods, go east for some items. Make sure to
check the empty space in the patch of grass for a hidden potion. Go west
otherwise. You should see a short scene. Battle the Team Aqua/Magma Grunt.
In Sapphire, you'll be battling Team Aqua for the rest of the game and Ruby
Magma. The song will also vary before the battle.

Anyway, I took out the Level 9 Poochyena in one shot so it shouldn't beat you
up too badly. You'll get a Great Ball for defeating the Grunt. Move along now.
Collect the Ether right before the exit of the woods.

Exiting the woods is still Route 104, so the Pokemon here are the same. Talk
to the guy to the left to get TM09 containing Bullet Seed. Go behind the
house above and examine all of the empty spaces(and the Pokeball of course)
for strong hidden items. Now go inside the house and talk to everyone to
receive a berry and Wailmer Pail. Keep walking along the path and you'll get
to the next city.


==============================================================================
                             [3.4] Rustboro City
==============================================================================

+---------------------+
|SHOP MENU     |Price |
|--------------|------|
|Poke Ball     |  200 |
|Timer Ball    | 1000 | *     * These are only available after you break the
|Repeat Ball   | 1000 | *       rocks in Rusturf Tunnel.
|Potion        |  300 |
|Antidote      |  100 |
|Paralyz Heal  |  200 |
|Burn Heal     |  250 |
|Awakening     |  250 |
|Escape Rope   |  550 |
|Repel         |  350 |
|X Speed       |  350 |
|X Attack      |  500 |
|X Defend      |  550 |
+---------------------+

Places of Interest:
-------------------
1. Devon Corporation. It's the big building to the left of the northern exit.
It's kind of hard to miss. This building will be important later on.

2. The Pokemon School. If you're new to Pokemon, the school here will give you
a ton of great tips. Talking to the teacher will also earn you a Quick Claw.

3. The Cutter's House. Make sure that you get the HM01!

Right now, all we want to do is defeat the Gym Leader. So head over to the gym
with your strongest Pokemon and let's fight.


>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
RUSTBORO GYM - ROXANNE

Talk to the man at the entrance for some tips. Rock types, eh? If you have
Mudkip or Treecko or caught a Wingull, Lotad, Shroomish, or Surskit, this
will be a lot easier. And if you don't have any one of those or haven't
trained them, Dustox's Confusion can still do wonders. And not only that, the
Bullet Seed TM(TM09) that you got from the man outside the flower type is a
grass move. Teach that to someone if you're having trouble.

You can avoid the trainers in this room, but I would fight them. They give
great experience and gives you taste of Roxanne's power.

My party:
+---------------------+
| Pokemon     | Level |
|-------------|-------|
| Torchic     | LV 15 |
| Taillow     | LV 10 |
| Wingull     | LV 14 |
| Shroomish   | LV 9  |
+---------------------+
 
BOSS: ROXANNE
+---------------------+
| Pokemon     | Level |
|-------------|-------|
| Geodude     | LV 14 |
| Nosepass    | LV 15 |
+---------------------+

DO NOT underestimate Roxanne. She's not Brock. Her first Pokemon, Geodude, is
a cinch. It's double weak against grass and water. Nosepass, however, is
harder. It has a surprisingly high special defense that can withstand two or
three water attacks. Roxanne also has two potions that she can use. Make sure
that your Pokemon can take a couple of hits. Don't be afraid to use a Potion.

Roxanne's Pokemon mostly rely on Rock Throw and Rock Tomb. Rock Tomb lowers
your Pokemon's speed which can be a bit hazardous on slow water/grass types.
Rock Throw can inflict quite a bit of damage. The best thing is to have
several Pokemon which are strong against Roxanne because if she gets critical
hit and your only Pokemon that's good against her rocks goes down, you're
pretty much screwed. Torchic users, make sure to level up that Shroomish as
it can eat up tons of attacks. For anyone who's having trouble, level up a
Shroomish. Also, Stun Spore helps stop that barrage of attacks from Geodude/
Nosepass.

                   <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

When Roxanne's defeated, you'll receive the Stone Badge which raises your
attack strength and allows you to use the move Cut outside of battle(we need
this for later), and TM39(Rock Tomb).

When you leave, there will be a short scene where that man you saved later
gets robbed. If you can't guess, we'll need to save him again.

Leave the city via the exit on the right to Route 116 to see the man. Talk to
him and progress right. Head into the Rusturf Tunnel. This will only be a
short walk, don't worry.

RUSTURF TUNNEL
+--------------------------------------+
|WILD POKEMON | APPEARANCE RATE(R/S)   |
|--------------------------------------|
|Whismur      |          100%          |
+--------------------------------------+

Grab the Pokeball at the top of the tunnel, then confront the Team Aqua/Magma
Grunt. Whoop his sorry Pokemon, then watch the scene. You'll meet Mr. Briney
and get the Devon Goods back. Since we can't go any further, leave.

Return to Rustboro. You'll meet that man who got his goods stolen. Watch the
scene. You'll receive another Great Ball, a PokeNav, a Letter for Steven, and
an errand. Looks like Dewford will be our next step forward. But to do that,
we'll have to take a step backwards.

Head out back through the woods. You should meet your rival on your way out,
but he's not going to do anything. Hop over the ledges. When you're back on
Route 104, go down a bit. Remember that deserted house earlier? Go in there
to find Mr. Briney. Talk to him and say yes. We're setting sail for Dewford!


==============================================================================
                             [3.5] Dewford Town
==============================================================================

Places of Interest:
-------------------
1. Check the house right where you get off the boat. Talk to the people there
for a Silk Scarf.

2. Dewford Hall. Make them say something funny.

Anyway, Steven's not here. So let's take on the gym.


>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
DEWFORD GYM - BRAWLY

This gym is pretty dark. Defeat the trainers along the way to make it lighter.
Like Roxanne, these guys are nice for experience.

My party:
+---------------------+
| Pokemon     | Level |
|-------------|-------|
| Combusken   | LV 17 |
| Taillow     | LV 11 |
| Wingull     | LV 15 |
| Shroomish   | LV 9  |
+---------------------+
 
BOSS: ROXANNE
+---------------------+
| Pokemon     | Level |
|-------------|-------|
| Machop      | LV 17 |
| Makuhita    | LV 18 |
+---------------------+

Brawly's not too hard as long as you have a flying Pokemon. There were plenty
around that you should have passed. Wingull, Taillow, and if you went into
Granite Cave, Zubat. Torchic users will also have Peck available. Brawly's
stronger Pokemon is actually Machop. It has a higher defense so it's tougher
to take down. Brawly will use Bulk Up at least a few times in this battle.
This raises his Pokemon's Attack and Defense, making it harder for you to kill
him. This also makes it easier for him to defeat you.

There's not too much of a strategy to win this battle. Your best bet would be
a quick attack. A high defense Pokemon would eat up his attacks, but he might
spend some time Bulking Up which is worse for you in the long run when his
Pokemon become strong enough to take you down in one hit. Makuhita has a low
defense, so he'll go down easily. Just worry about quickly taking out Machop.
Oh, one more thing. Machop has a weaker Special Defense than Defense, so if
you have a Pokemon with Special Attacks, use those if you have no flying or
psychic type attacks.

Defeating Brawly will give you a Knuckle Badge. This makes Pokemon up to Level
30, even in trades, obey you. More importantly, it'll allow you to use Flash
outside of battle. You'll also get TM08 containing Bulk Up.

                   <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

Now that we have the Knuckle Badge, head up and left around the island. You'll
reach Granite Cave.


------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                             ( a. Granite Cave )
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Talk to the Hiker at the entrance. He'll give you TM05. Teach it to a Pokemon
in your party(but not a good one; Flash sucks.). 

GRANITE CAVE
+--------------------------------------+
|WILD POKEMON | APPEARANCE RATE(R/S)   |
|--------------------------------------|
|Zubat        |           40%          |
|Makuhita     |           40%          |
|Geodude      |           15%          |
|Abra         |            5%          |
+--------------------------------------+

We see a couple of new faces here. Geodude the only on really worth keeping in
your party.

After you head down the staircase, it'll be dark. Use Flash to lighten up
the path.

GRANITE CAVE B1
+--------------------------------------+
|WILD POKEMON | APPEARANCE RATE(R/S)   |
|--------------------------------------|
|Zubat        |           30%          |
|Makuhita     |           30%          |
|Aron         |           20%          |
|Mawile       |         10%/0%         |
|Sableye      |         0%/10%         |
|Abra         |           10%          |
+--------------------------------------+

GRANITE CAVE B2
+--------------------------------------+
|WILD POKEMON | APPEARANCE RATE(R/S)   |
|--------------------------------------|
|Zubat        |           20%          |
|Makuhita     |            5%          |
|Aron         |           45%          |
|Mawile       |         10%/0%         |
|Sableye      |         0%/10%         |
|Abra         |           20%          |
+--------------------------------------+

Get an Abra here if you can. Just test your luck and throw a Pokeball at max
health; I caught mine that way. Also, make sure to get an Aron if you don't
want a Geodude. You'll need to train it for the next gym.


Go down on the first fork to find a Pokeball. Ignore the mud slide, we can't
do anything about that right now. The rest of the path is really
straightforward. You should soon return to the ground floor of Granite Cave,
but on a side blocked if you were to try to get here directly from the
entrance. Go through the opening to find Steven. Give him the letter and he'll
give you a TM47 containing Steel Wing. Now let's get out of here.


When you chat with Mr. Briney again, you'll have the choice of going to the
grand Slateport City. Choose to go there.


==============================================================================
                             [3.6] Slateport City
==============================================================================

Briney will take you to the beach surrounding Slateport. Battle the trainers
here to fill up your Trainer's Eyes. One of the girls here will also give you
a Soft Sand. Also check out the Beach House. Beat everyone here to get six
Soda Pops.

Places of Interest:
-------------------
1. Name Rater's House. If you hate your Pokemon's name, change it here.

2. Pokemon Fan Club. This is a very important place if you were to choose to
enter a Pokemon Contest.

3. Pokemon Contest House. Remember how these look. You can't enter this one
right now, but in the future you'll probably be coming back here. Get a
Pokeblock Case from here anyhow.

4. The Slateport Harbor. This will be important later on in the storyline.

Slateport has a bunch of stores besides the actual Mart. They're along the
left side of town.

PokeMart:
+---------------------+
|SHOP MENU     |Price |
|--------------|------|
|Poke Ball     |  200 |
|Great Ball    |  600 |
|Potion        |  300 |
|Super Potion  |  700 |
|Antidote      |  100 |
|Paralyz Heal  |  200 |
|Escape Rope   |  550 |
|Repel         |  350 |
|Harbor Mail   |   50 | <<<Buy one.
+---------------------+

Energy Guru:
+---------------------+
|SHOP MENU     |Price |
|--------------|------|
|Protein       | 9800 |
|Iron          | 9800 |
|Carbos        | 9800 |
|Zinc          | 9800 |
|Calcium       | 9800 |
|HP Up         | 9800 |
+---------------------+

Doll Store:
+---------------------+
|SHOP MENU     |Price |
|--------------|------|
|Azurill Doll  | 3000 |
|Marill Doll   | 3000 |
|Skitty Doll   | 3000 |
+---------------------+


PURCHASE A HARBOR MAIL HERE!!!


There's no gym here, but we have business to do. As always. First, go to the
shipyard. It's the big brown house. Talk to the first person you see there.
Remember those Devon Goods? We want to find Captain Stern.

Leave, then go to the museum where the long line of Team Aqua/Magma gang
members were. Go inside. Yeah, pay the darn fee. Talk to the first grunt you
see. He'll give you a TM46 containing Thief and run off. Go upstairs and talk
to Captain Stern. Give him the Devon Goods, then Team Aqua/Magma will attack
you. Defeat both of the grunts and you'll meet their boss.


We're done with Slateport now. Leave towards the top to Route 110.

ROUTE 110
+--------------------------------------+
|WILD POKEMON | APPEARANCE RATE(R/S)   |
|--------------------------------------|
|Zigzagoon    |           15%          |
|Electrike    |           20%          |
|Oddish       |           15%          |
|Gulpin       |           15           |
|Plusle       |         5%/30%         |
|Minun        |         30%/5%         |
+--------------------------------------+

There's a whole slew of new Pokemon here. Keep your eye on the electric
Pokemon. They're OK for the beginning of the game since you're a bit lacking
in the electric department. Oddish is an excellent Pokemon to keep if you
dislike your grass Pokemon. Gulpin is trash though, get it for the Pokedex
only.

At the beginning of Route 110, you'll see a house. This is Cycling Road. We
can't go in it because we don't have a bicycle. D'oh. Just continue up
through the grassy area.

You should see another house. This is the Trick House, and we can enter for
this one. Read the Aftermath section for more details.

Go right from the Trick House. Make sure to save, because Brendan/May is
right around the corner.

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
RIVAL BATTLE 2

OPPONENT'S POKEMON:
Treecko Lineup
 ----------------------
|Pokemon       | Level |
|--------------|-------|
|Wailmer       |   18  |
|Numel         |   18  |
|Grovyle       |   20  |
 ----------------------

Torchic Lineup
 ----------------------
|Pokemon       | Level |
|--------------|-------|
|Wailmer       |   18  |
|Shroomish     |   18  |
|Combusken     |   20  |
 ----------------------

Mudkip Lineup
 ----------------------
|Pokemon       | Level |
|--------------|-------|
|Shroomish     |   18  |
|Numel         |   18  |
|Marshtomp     |   20  |
 ----------------------

Not too hard. Your rival has obviously been training his/her Pokemon a lot and
has a well balanced team. You should too, though. Your biggest problem will be
Shroomish. Shroomish has a bad habit of using Stun Spore, then being switched
out to a stronger Pokemon. Since you're slower like that, it's a big problem
for you. Bringing some sacrificial Pokemon with you is pretty helpful. Also,
watch out for Shroomish's ability: Effect Spore. If you're not paralyzed,
attacking it with a physical attack MAY make you poisoned, paralyzed, or
asleep. Not much you can do about it though...

Numel and Wailmer are easy. Using Pokemon of their weaknesses should take them
out quickly. All they can do is attack, so defensive Pokemon will help too.
The starter is also easy, although at a high level. Any Pokemon that can eat
a few attacks can take it out. You can always through Stun Spore right back
at your rival.

                   <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

After defeating your rival, he/she'll give you an Itemfinder. It's not really
useful, but nice to have if you're bored or like crappy items.

Heal at the Pokemon Center if you're hurt, then continue along the road to
Mauville City.


==============================================================================
                             [3.7] Mauville City
==============================================================================

PokeMart:
+---------------------+
|SHOP MENU     |Price |
|--------------|------|
|Poke Ball     |  200 |
|Great Ball    |  600 |
|Super Potion  |  700 |
|Antidote      |  100 |
|Paralyz Heal  |  200 |
|Awakening     |  250 |
|X Speed       |  350 |
|X Attack      |  500 |
|X Defend      |  550 |
|Guard Spec.   |  700 |
|Dire Hit      |  650 |
|X Accuracy    |  950 |
+---------------------+

Places of Interest:
-------------------
1. First off, you must, must, MUST go to Rydel's Cycles. Ask for a Mach Bike.

2. Next, hopefully you would have bought a Harbor Mail from Slateport like I
told you to. Give the lady in the house between the Game Corner and PokeMart
the item and she'll give you a Coin Case.

3. Now we can go to the Game Corner. Gamble all you want, but don't spend all
of your money.

4. The other house next to the house has a man who'll give you HM06 containing
Rock Smash. This is very, very important.

5. The man in the Pokemon Center. You know, the weird guy. There are five
versions that can very in every game.


Go in front of the gym and talk to Wally. Battle him. He really sucks. Defeat
his only Pokemon. You'll now have access to the gym! Let's get started.


>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
MAUVILLE GYM - WATTSON

This gym has a "puzzle." To solve it, step on the switch at the top left
corner. Every trainer here has an electric type move on their Pokemon. Yes,
that includes the Zigzagoon. Ground types are immune to electric attacks, so
you should have a field day with Geodude.

My party:
+---------------------+
| Pokemon     | Level |
|-------------|-------|
| Combusken   | LV 22 |
| Taillow     | LV 18 |
| Wingull     | LV 17 |
| Shroomish   | LV 9  |
| Kadabra     | LV 17 |
| Aron        | LV 14 |
+---------------------+
 
BOSS: ROXANNE
+---------------------+
| Pokemon     | Level |
|-------------|-------|
| Magnemite   | LV 22 |
| Voltorb     | LV 20 |
| Magneton    | LV 23 |
+---------------------+

Wattson can be easy or hard depending on your Pokemon. If you have a Geodude
or Marshtomp, he shouldn't be able to lay a finger on you. Remember, Ground
types are totally resistant to electric attacks. If not, just have something
effective against steel.

Ground attacks will wipe the floor with Magnemite and Magneton. Even though
they are strong, they are 4x weak to ground attacks since they are half steel.
They both have amazingly high Special Attack. Use fire or fighting attacks
if you don't have ground moves. Magnemite and Magneton attack similarly.
They'll use Thunder Shock and Shock Wave to deal a lot of damage to your
Pokemon. If you have higher leveled Pokemon, he'll have them use Thunder Wave
first. This can be a nuisance, so make sure to have some berries or Paralyz
Heal.

Voltorb attacks in a different pattern. It'll mostly be using Spark. When it
has HP in the yellow zone, be sure to switch out your strong Pokemon because
it will Selfdestruct. This will probably kill whoever you have out, so it's
best to have a sacrificial lamb. Voltorb is also very fast(but not as fast as
Kadabra ;)).

When you defeat Wattson, you'll get the Dynamo Badge which allows you to use
Rock Smash outside of battle as well as make them a little faster. You'll
also get TM36 containing Shock Wave, a rather useless move compared to
Thunderbolt.

                   <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

After you beat Wattson, head North onto Route 111. You'll pass by the
Winstrate House. You can defeat them for a Macho Brace, but it's all optional.

Break the rocks blocking your path with Rock Smash, HM06. You'll pass by some
reporters. These guys like to stalk you, so defeat them if you want. You
should soon come up to a fork. Going North leads into the desert, but we can't
enter since the sandstorm is too strong. So head west onto Route 112.


ROUTE 112
+--------------------------------------+
|WILD POKEMON | APPEARANCE RATE(R/S)   |
|--------------------------------------|
|Numel        |           90%          |
|Machop       |           10%          |
+--------------------------------------+

Two great Pokemon are here. Consider them both to be in your team. Remember,
Numel's a fire type.


Head into the cave at the end of the path. This is called the Fiery Path
because it's a path that's fiery.


FIERY PATH
+--------------------------------------+
|WILD POKEMON | APPEARANCE RATE(R/S)   |
|--------------------------------------|
|Numel        |           45%          |
|Torkoal      |           20%          |
|Slugma       |           20%          |
|Grimer       |         5%/10%         |
|Koffing      |         10%/5%         |
+--------------------------------------+

Great Pokemon here. All of them are good choices to add to your party. Great
oppurtunity for those missing a fire type.


The Fiery Path is straightforward. You'll see a boulder as you go through,
but there's nothing that we can do about it right now. When you come out,
head onto Route 111. Talk to the guy facing the tree and say yes to receive a
TM43 containing Secret Power. Now you can make secret bases if you teach that
to a Pokemon.

Head up Route 111. Talk to the girl to get a free berry, then pick all the
bushes. If your Pokemon are near dead, go around the right to find a very
welcoming home name...Old Lady's Rest Stop. Go in, rest, tell her to stop
making you rest, then come out. Get back over to the left you old lady.

You'll soon come across Route 113. It looks like it's snowing, but it's
actually ash. There's a very nice Pokemon if you search hard enough here.
There are also nice hidden items. Examine all the little circles on the floor.


ROUTE 111
+--------------------------------------+
|WILD POKEMON | APPEARANCE RATE(R/S)   |
|--------------------------------------|
|Spinda       |           50%          |
|Sandshrew    |           45%          |
|Skarmory     |            5%          |
+--------------------------------------+

If you find that Skarmory, you better get it. Skarmory is very, very nice.
BTW, as note here, all the Spindas have different spot colors. Neat, huh?


You should pass by the glass house. Go inside and talk to the man to receive
a Soot Sack. Now when you walk through all the soot, you'll pick it up and
when you get enough, can turn it into an item. Anyway, continue left until
Fallabor Town.


==============================================================================
                             [3.8] Fallabor Town
==============================================================================

PokeMart:
+---------------------+
|SHOP MENU     |Price |
|--------------|------|
|Great Ball    |  600 |
|Super Potion  |  700 |
|Antidote      |  100 |
|Paralyz 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 |
+---------------------+

Places of Interest:
-------------------
1. Move Tutor's House. It's a great place that teaches all of your Pokemon
moves that it learned already but deleted for just a Heart Scale. Of course,
you don't have one now but can obtain them later.


Well, golly. There's no gym here either. Just leave towards the West onto
Route 114. Talk to the man with his Poochyena for a TM05 containing Roar.


ROUTE 114
+--------------------------------------+
|WILD POKEMON | APPEARANCE RATE(R/S)   |
|--------------------------------------|
|Seviper      |         0%/30%         |
|Zangoose     |         30%/0%         |
|Lotad        |         0%/10%         |
|Seedot       |         10%/0%         |
|Lombre       |          0%/5%         |
|Nuzleaf      |          5%/0%         |
|Surskit      |            5%          |
|Swablu       |           50%          |
+--------------------------------------+


There are a couple of goodies here, namely Zangoose. You should have most(or
at least their pre-evolutions.).

Continue along the mountainous path until you reach Meteor Falls. Meteor Falls
is a big place, but right now we don't have the supplies to go very far. So
just proceed forward for the scene.


METEOR FALLS GROUND FLOOR
+--------------------------------------+
|WILD POKEMON | APPEARANCE RATE(R/S)   |
|--------------------------------------|
|Zubat        |           93%          |
|Solrock      |          7%/0%         |
|Lunatone     |          0%/7%         |
+--------------------------------------+


After the confrontation between Team Magma and Aqua, go down and talk to
Professor Cozmo. Now leave through the way you came. Return to Fallabor Town,
then all the way back through the Fiery Path. To the right of when you exit,
there should be a lift. There were two Team Magma/Aqua members blocking it
before, but it should be clear as day now.

Once at the top of the volcano, move up and left. Battle the grunts until you
get to their leader. For those playing Sapphire, it'll be Archie. For those
playing Ruby, it'll be Maxie. They are not too tough.


>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
BOSS BATTLE - ARCHIE/MAXIE

My party:
+---------------------+
| Pokemon     | Level |
|-------------|-------|
| Combusken   | LV 27 |
| Swellow     | LV 24 |
| Pelipper    | LV 27 |
| Shroomish   | LV 9  |
| Kadabra     | LV 18 |
| Aron        | LV 17 |
+---------------------+
 
BOSS: ARCHIE
+---------------------+
| Pokemon     | Level |
|-------------|-------|
| Mightyena   | LV 24 |
| Golbat      | LV 24 |
| Sharpedo    | LV 25 |
+---------------------+

OR

BOSS: MAXIE
+---------------------+
| Pokemon     | Level |
|-------------|-------|
| Mightyena   | LV 24 |
| Golbat      | LV 24 |
| Camerupt    | LV 25 |
+---------------------+

Both of these guys come down quite easily. Mightyena can be annoying using
Sand-Attack all the time, but a quick Pokemon with a fighting type move will
bring it down really quickly. Mightyena has a laughable defense. Next is
Golbat. Like Mightyena, Golbat will annoy you, but he'll use Confuse Ray. This
can only be cured by switching out or using a berry. It has low defenses, so a
rock, ice, electric, or psychic type will quickly kill it. Not too hard.

If you're battling Archie, he'll send out Sharpedo. Sharpedo has very high
attack, but terrible defenses. It's water/dark, so any of its weaknesses
should defeat it in 1-2 hits.

If you're battling Maxie, you'll be fighting a Camerupt. Still a piece of
cake. Camerupt is slow but can deal damage. It takes 4x damage to water
attacks, so give it a dousing and it'll go down. If you have no water types
left, send out a Pokemon that can eat up attacks and beat it down slowly.

Maxie/Archie has two Super Potions handy.

                   <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

After defeating Maxie/Archie, examine the machine to get a Meteorite. You can
return to Fallabor to give Prof. Cozmo the meteorite and get a TM in return,
or you can do that later and continue downwards to Larvaridge Town.

The path down below is called the Jagged Pass.

JAGGED PASS
+--------------------------------------+
|WILD POKEMON | APPEARANCE RATE(R/S)   |
|--------------------------------------|
|Machop       |           30%          |
|Numel        |           40%          |
|Spoink       |           30%          |
+--------------------------------------+

Spoink is should be a new Pokemon to you, but it's not really worth keeping
compared to others like Abra and Ralts.


Anyway, if you have an Acro Bike, you can hop up the rocks. I don't know why
you would. If you don't, then it's a straightforward path that keeps going
down. Hop over the ledges until you reach Larvardige Town. And finally, you
can bet your ass that we're going to a gym.


==============================================================================
                            [3.9] Larvaridge Town
==============================================================================

PokeMart:
+---------------------+
|SHOP MENU     |Price |
|--------------|------|
|Great Ball    |  600 |
|Super Potion  |  700 |
|Antidote      |  100 |
|Paralyz Heal  |  200 |
|Awakening     |  250 |
|Burn Heal     |  250 |
|Revive        | 1500 | <<< I can't stress how useful this item it.
|Super Repel   |  500 |
|X Speed       |  350 |
+---------------------+

Places of Interest:
-------------------
1. The Hot Springs. It's just cool. :)

2. The lady near the sand beds. If you only have five Pokemon in your party,
she'll give you an egg that'll hatch into a Wynaut.

3. Medicinal Herb Shop. Bitter taste - better cure!


Not much to do in this town, so let's bang up the gym. Make sure to bring
Revives, Rawst Berries or Burn Heals, and a juiced up and ready to go water
Pokemon. Bring along ground backups too.


>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
LARVARIDGE GYM - FLANNERY

Yes, there is actually a puzzle in this gym. Not a tough one, just long. We're
going to have to step in each of the holes so we can get to Flannery. There's
only one route to get there. Step in the wrong hole, you'll end up in the
beginning or fight a trainer. Here's the order:

Bottom left, left(only one there), top left, top(only one), left, top(only
one), top right, right(only one), bottom left, bottom(only one).

That should get you to Flannery. Now save and get ready to fight.

My party:
+---------------------+
| Pokemon     | Level |
|-------------|-------|
| Combusken   | LV 27 |
| Swellow     | LV 24 |
| Pelipper    | LV 27 |
| Shroomish   | LV 9  |
| Kadabra     | LV 18 |
| Aron        | LV 17 |
+---------------------+
 
BOSS: FLANNERY
+---------------------+
| Pokemon     | Level |
|-------------|-------|
| Slugma      | LV 26 |
| Slugma      | LV 26 |
| Torkoal     | LV 28 |
+---------------------+

So you think that just because Flannery only has fire type Pokemon, she'll go
down easy, right? NO. Both of her Slugmas have Light Screen to protect all of
her Pokemon against special attacks for five whole turns. She also has Sunny
Day on them which halves the power of water attacks and doubles the power of
fire attacks for five turns.

Flannery seems to be expecting a water type attack. Well, she has a good
counter strategy, but she's forgetting that fire types are also weak against
ground and rock types. Defeat her two Slugmas with a strong water type, and
if that can't defeat her Torkoal, send them out.

Torkoal is different than the Slugmas. Hopefully, the Slugmas' Light Screen or
Sunny Day hasn't carried over. Torkoal has very, very high defensive stats so
it will most likely not go down in one or two hits even by its weaknesses. The
only way to defeat Torkoal is to keep up with attacks. Torkoal is very smart.
Even though its attack strengths aren't so high, it can override that.
Overheat is a super strong fire attack that'll probably kill most Pokemon
resistant to it(excluding 4x resistance *coughGeodudecough*), but greatly
lower its special attacks.

Torkoal will attack with Body Slam if it has no attacks that are strong
against your Pokemon. This can paralyze your Pokemon making it more hell for
you. Lastly, Torkoal has Flail. When it's just about dead and can take one
more hit, it'll use Flail which will wreck havoc on your Pokemon since it does
more damage when it has low HP.

Flannery has two Hyper Potions to use on whomever she likes.

To defeat Torkoal, it's best that you have a rock type Pokemon, or a rock/
ground for resistance to all of her attacks. Graveler and Nosepass are fine
options. Another fire Pokemon with ground or rock attacks will also be fine
Pokemon. Whatever you do, just try not to rely so much on a sweep by a water
type Pokemon.

                   <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

After you defeat Flannery, you'll receive the Heat Badge which allows Pokemon
up to Level 50 obey you, even those in trades and allows you to use Strength
outside of battle.

Since we beat Flannery, we now have four badges. Remember what your dad said?
He'll battle you when you have four badges. So that will be our next
destination. Leave towards the hole on your right.

As you leave the gym, you'll meet up with your rival. He/she is so nice, so
he/she'll give you the Go-Goggles. Watch him trash talk to you. There are
several routes that we can take back to Petalburg City. I would jump the
ledges to the right of Larvaridge, then through the desert.


DESERT
+--------------------------------------+
|WILD POKEMON | APPEARANCE RATE(R/S)   |
|--------------------------------------|
|Sandshrew    |           40%          |
|Cacnea       |           20%          |
|Trapinch     |           40%          |
+--------------------------------------+

All nice Pokemon. Trapinch is hard to train, but it'll evolve into a very cool
Dragon Pokemon at way later levels. Cacnea is a good offensive Grass/Dark
Pokemon.


In the desert, make sure to get a fossil in the top right corner. The Claw
Fossil turns into Anorith, an offensive Bug/Rock Pokemon, and the Root Fossil
will turn into Lileep, a defensive Rock/Grass Pokemon. I chose the Claw
Fossil, just because Anorith's evolution just looks so damn sexy.

After clearing through the desert, head back west into Fallabor Town. This is
just a pit stop; continue until Meteor Falls. Exit through the west. No, we
still can't explore Meteor Falls further. Head down the ledges until you're
back in Rustboro.

Head intp Devon Corp. and get an Exp. Share from the president. The PokeMart
here also sells two new kinds of Pokeballs, the Timer Ball and Repeat Ball.
They're both a little expensive, but work wonders.

Head back towards the way of Petalburg Woods down below. As you pass the
flower shop, talk to the girl outside to get a free White Herb. The flower
shop is also selling flowers now(>_>) as decorations. Don't buy any if you're
low on money as they don't really do anything.

Head all the way back to Petalburg City through the Petalburg Woods.


==============================================================================
                        [3.10] Petalburg City Returned
==============================================================================

Everything's the same here. Remember way back when, Norman told us that he'll
fight us when we have four badges? Well, now that we have them, we can fight
him. The PokeMart has gained a Great Ball and Super Potion in their stock.
Pick up what you need and go inside the gym.


>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
PETALBURG GYM - NORMAN

In this gym, we absolutely must fight to continue. There are two doors. Each
one has a name on it. The trainers there will use items to make their battles
better. That's OK; there's not much of a difference. This gym uses normal
type Pokemon, so any fighting type should take most of them down. I recommend
fighting all of the trainers here because they give great experience and
money.


My party:
+---------------------+
| Pokemon     | Level |
|-------------|-------|
| Combusken   | LV 28 |
| Swellow     | LV 26 |
| Pelipper    | LV 29 |
| Shroomish   | LV 9  |
| Kadabra     | LV 18 |
| Aron        | LV 18 |
+---------------------+
 
BOSS: NORMAN
+---------------------+
| Pokemon     | Level |
|-------------|-------|
| Slaking     | LV 28 |
| Vigoroth    | LV 30 |
| Slaking     | LV 31 |
+---------------------+

I don't know about you, but all Norman did was attack me with crap. Any
Pokemon with a high defense or Protect/Detect will win this very easily.
Although Slaking has damn near the highest attack strength in the game, it
can't attack every other turn. Using Protect/Detect on the turns that it must
attack will make it very easy. If you don't have, use something like Sleep
Powder, Stun Spore, or Supersonic to make it tougher for Slaking to attack
when it can. Using brute force can't win this battle as chances are, Slaking's
stronger than you.

Vigoroth sucks. All it does is attack, attack, attack. It's not nearly as
powerful as Slaking, so a high defense or quick attacking Pokemon will take it
out quickly.

                   <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

When you defeat Norman, you'll get the Balance Badge. This allows you to use
Surf outside of battle and increases your Defense a little. You'll also get
TM42 containing Facade.

After you defeat Norman, heal up and visit Wally's house. Talk to Wally's dad
to receive HM03 containing Surf, a great water type attack in battle and
allows you to swim outside of it. Teach it as we're going to make use of its
power.

Go back through the Petalburg Woods and to Rustboro. Make a right to Rusturf
Tunnel. Go through it and use Rock Smash on the rock. Watch the scene, then
we'll be at Verdanturf Town.


==============================================================================
                           [3.11] Verdanturf Town
==============================================================================

PokeMart:
+---------------------+
|SHOP MENU     |Price |
|--------------|------|
|Great Ball    |  600 |
|Nest Ball     | 1000 | <<<< Awesome item, if you can afford it.
|Super Potion  |  700 |
|Antidote      |  100 |
|Paralyz Heal  |  200 |
|Awakening     |  250 |
|Burn Heal     |  250 |
|Ice Heal      |  250 |
|Repel         |  350 |
|X Special     |  350 |
|Fluffy Tail   | 1000 |
+---------------------+

Places of Interest:
-------------------
1. The Contest House. Talk to the gal there to get a Contest Pass and finally
be able to enter a Pokemon Contest. Make sure you blend some berries first,
though!  If you don't have a Pokeblock Case, return to Slateport later in the
game to get it. Talk to the girl in the corner for a TM45 containing Attract
as well.

2. Wanda's House. It's Wally's relatives!

You'll get an HM04 for breaking the rock at Rusturf Tunnel. Awesome. But
there's not really anything to do here, so leave the town to the east.


ROUTE 117
+--------------------------------------+
|WILD POKEMON | APPEARANCE RATE(R/S)   |
|--------------------------------------|
|Zigzagoon    |           30%          |
|Marill       |            5%          |
|Oddish       |           10%          |
|Roselia      |           30           |
|Volbeat      |         5%/20%         |
|Illumise     |         20%/5%         |
+--------------------------------------+

There are a couple of new Pokemon here. Nothing worth keeping though.


Make sure to check out the Daycare Center as it'll be important for those who
like to battle competitively. The route also has tons of people from the
Trainer's Eyes. Get the three bushes with Wepear berries in them. Continue
until you return to Mauville.

Mauville's another pit stop. Nothing to do here, so go right until you reach
the water's edge. Surf right across using your new HM. You'll find Tentacool
and Wingull there. These will be the basic marine Pokemon that you'll find out
in the sea, so get used to seeing those faces. I'm not going to mention them
all the time as it would be redundant. >_>


Now that we reached Route 118, we can continue on our journey. Talk to the
fisherman to get a Good Rod. Good, now we can fish. As you continue a bit
further, you'll meet up with Steven. Remember, that guy we had to deliver the
letter to early in the game? At Dewford? Yeah, him. He'll chat a bit and
leave.

ROUTE 118
+--------------------------------------+
|WILD POKEMON | APPEARANCE RATE(R/S)   |
|--------------------------------------|
|Zigzagoon    |           30%          |
|Linoone      |           10%          |
|Electrike    |           25%          |
|Manectric    |           10%          |
|Wingull      |           20%          |
|Kecleon      |            5%          |
+--------------------------------------+

At the fork, you can go right to see the Berry Master. He's great because he
loves to give away free berries. When all is done, we'll be traveling up to
Route 119.

Route 119 can start raining at any given moment. This WILL effect your
battles, just not by much. It'll add the infininte rain effect.(Water damage
x2, fire damage x.5, takes 2 turns to charge for Solarbeam.)

Route 119 also has tall grass. That means you'll have to walk through it.
There's a bunch of losers in the first batch of tall grass that will copy your
movements. I don't think that you get anything for defeating them though.


ROUTE 119
+--------------------------------------+
|WILD POKEMON | APPEARANCE RATE(R/S)   |
|--------------------------------------|
|Zigzagoon    |           35%          |
|Linoone      |           15%          |
|Tropius      |            5%          |
|Oddish       |           35%          |
|Wingull      |            5%          |
|Kecleon      |            5%          |
+--------------------------------------+

All crap here. Tropius is a nice HM Slave though. Just a big note here, this
is the place where you catch Feebas. Look in its section for more information.


Walking past the first batch of tall grass will get you to a house. Nothing
happens here, so continue forward. Any path will do as long as it goes up.
Don't go up surfing though. You should soon reach the weather institute. Talk
to the grunts blocking the bridge and they'll say that they don't want you to
go in the Weather Institute. So you know what? Let's go in the Weather
Institute.

Inside the Weather Institute, make a left towards the kid. Take a nap on the
bed(yes, while Team Aqua/Magma is here >_>) to heal all of your Pokemon, then
proceed to kick some ass. On the second floor, go to the left and talk to the
Aqua/Magma member. This person is an administrator! She's still a terrible
trainer though. Use the same Pokemon you've been using against the other
Magma/Aqua grunts as they're dark/fire Pokemon.

After Team Aqua/Magma leave, deposit a Pokemon on the floor below and talk to
the scientist to receive a free Level 30 Castform. How nice. It also has a
Mystic Water equipped on it, so take it off. Heal your Pokemon, then save.
There's a tougher battle up ahead. Cross the bridge to meet your rival.


>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
RIVAL BATTLE 3

OPPONENT'S POKEMON:
Treecko Lineup
 ----------------------
|Pokemon       | Level |
|--------------|-------|
|Wailmer       |   29  |
|Numel         |   29  |
|Grovyle       |   31  |
 ----------------------

Torchic Lineup
 ----------------------
|Pokemon       | Level |
|--------------|-------|
|Wailmer       |   29  |
|Shroomish     |   29  |
|Combusken     |   31  |
 ----------------------

Mudkip Lineup
 ----------------------
|Pokemon       | Level |
|--------------|-------|
|Shroomish     |   29  |
|Numel         |   29  |
|Marshtomp     |   31  |
 ----------------------

Your rival is still pretty bad. He/she has the same three Pokemon, so you
should be familiar with how to beat them. They still have nearly the same
attacks. Shroomish will poison/paralyze/make you fall asleep, Wailmer will
attack you even though it has terrible offense, and pretty much everything
else are all offensive Pokemon. Nothing new or different.

                   <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

Your nice rival will give you an HM02 after defeating him/her. If you need to
heal, go back and sleep at the Weather Institute. Continue up from where you
fought your rival and you will reach Fortree City.


==============================================================================
                             [3.12] Fortree City
==============================================================================

PokeMart:
+---------------------+
|SHOP MENU     |Price |
|--------------|------|
|Great Ball    |  600 |
|Ultra Ball    | 1200 |
|Super Potion  |  700 |
|Hyper Potion  | 1200 |
|Antidote      |  100 |
|Paralyz Heal  |  200 |
|Awakening     |  250 |
|Revive        | 1500 |
|Super Repel   |  500 |
|Wood Mail     |   50 |
+---------------------+

You can't really do anything here. There's a unique decorations store in this
town, but "something unseeable is in the way."

Head out to Route 120.

ROUTE 120
+--------------------------------------+
|WILD POKEMON | APPEARANCE RATE(R/S)   |
|--------------------------------------|
|Zigzagoon    |           15%          |
|Linoone      |           15%          |
|Oddish       |           30%          |
|Marill       |           30%          |
|Absol        |            5%          |
|Kecleon      |            5%          |
+--------------------------------------+

I don't know about anyone else, but I had trouble finding Ziggys here. >_>


When you get to where the bridge is, talk to Steven. The next battle won't be
too hard, don't worry. Make sure to have some Pokeballs though. When you're
Pokemon are ready, battle the Kecleon. It's rare in most places, but there are
a few more invisible ones that you can find. I recommend you catch this
anyway. After fighting the Kecleon, Steven will give you the Devon Scope.

Return to Fortree and use the Devon Scope in front of the gym. Defeat the
Kecleon(sometimes it will run) and we'll now have entrance to the gym!

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
FORTREE GYM - WINONA

Winona uses Flying type Pokemon. No, not just normal Flying Pokemon, dual-
type Flying Pokemon. So don't just barrage in with only Electric or Rock
Pokemon. But do bring some.

At the entrance, walk to the right. There will be a turnstile. Push right
through it. On the next one, push it down. Walk around it to continue up.

This next one is hard. Push the one shaped like an L up once. Now push the
one on the right right. Go around back to the L shaped one. Push it right,
then down. Now go back around the other turnstile on the right and push it
left.

On the next part of the puzzle, push the turnstile in front of you to the
right. Push the next one right too, then down. Walk around to the left and
push the turnstile on the very left down. Go around the bottom and push the
turnstile there up.

Walk to Winona and prepare for battle.

My party:
+---------------------+
| Pokemon     | Level |
|-------------|-------|
| Combusken   | LV 33 |
| Swellow     | LV 30 |
| Pelipper    | LV 32 |
| Shroomish   | LV 9  |
| Kadabra     | LV 18 |
| Aron        | LV 23 |
+---------------------+
 
BOSS: WINONA
+---------------------+
| Pokemon     | Level |
|-------------|-------|
| Swellow     | LV 31 |
| Pelipper    | LV 30 |
| Skarmory    | LV 32 |
| Altaira     | LV 33 |
+---------------------+

Winona's easiest Pokemon is Swellow. Swellow has high speed and attack, but
will easily go down with an electric or rock type attack. If you don't have
any(shame on you, against a flying type trainer), attack it normally. Just
watch out at low HP levels. Swellow likes to annoy you with Double Team and
has a move called Endeavor that will greatly lower your HP to the same as
its.

Pelipper and Skarmory have terrific defense, contrary to Swellow. However,
they both have a weakness. Pelipper is 4x weak to electric attacks. It can't
really do anything besides stall you with Protect or use weak attacks.
Skarmory is weak against Fire, but has a higher attack than Pelipper and can
take at least a few hits from any physical attack.

Altaria is Winona's pride and glory. It's weak against ice, but you probably
don't have any ice attakcs at the moment. Rocks and electrics will also go
down with an Earthquake, so we're going to have to go with a quick and fast
Pokemon here. Altaria has an attack called Dragon Dance. While it's soaking up
hits from your Pokemon, it will continue to raise its attack and speed until
it can pretty much destroy your Pokemon in one hit and also go first. Winona
has a Hyper Potion that she will probably use on Altaria, so make sure to
attack quick and VERY quick. If you have Roar, it will be useful to use it
against Altaria as when switched out, it'll lose all of its temporary stat
bonuses. Hitting it with Confusion or Paralysis should also help a lot.

                   <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

After Winona goes down, she'll give you the Feather Badge. This allows all
Pokemon up to Level 70 obey you. It also allows you to use Fly outside of
battle. She'll also give you TM40 containing Aerial Ace, a strong flying
attack.


We're done in Fortree. Our next destination is rather far, so get your bike
and Pokemon ready and head among Route 120.

Go across the bridge. It is rainy here and your Water Pokemon's water attacks
will be doubled, so be sure to use them here. Also, make sure that you have
a strong Pokemon that can take a Milotic, otherwise ignore the second female
trainer that you see.

The rest of the path is pretty straightforward.

ROUTE 121
+--------------------------------------+
|WILD POKEMON | APPEARANCE RATE(R/S)   |
|--------------------------------------|
|Zigzagoon    |           35%          |
|Linoone      |           25%          |
|Oddish       |           10%          |
|Shuppet      |          0%/15%        |
|Duskull      |          15%/0%        |
|Kecleon      |            5%          |
|Wingull      |           10%          |
+--------------------------------------+

After Route 121, you'll make it to Lilycove City, the biggest city in the game
with loads of stuff. You'll pass by the awesome Safari Zone along the way.
This is explained in its own section, so check it out if you have time.


==============================================================================
                            [3.13] Lilycove City
==============================================================================

Lilycove Department Store Floor 2
+---------------------+       +---------------------+
|SHOP MENU     |Price |       |SHOP MENU     |Price |
|--------------|------|       |--------------|------|
|Poke Ball     |  200 |       |Potion        |  300 |
|Great Ball    |  600 |       |Super Potion  |  700 |
|Ultra Ball    | 1200 |       |Hyper Potion  | 1200 |
|Escape Rope   |  550 |       |Max Potion    | 2500 |
|Full Heal     |  600 |       |Revive        | 1500 |
|Antidote      |  100 |       |Repel         |  350 |
|Paralyz Heal  |  200 |       |Super Repel   |  500 |
|Burn Heal     |  250 |       |Max Repel     |  700 |
|Ice Heal      |  250 |       |Wave Mail     |   50 |
|Awakening     |  250 |       |Mech Mail     |   50 |
|Fluffy Tail   | 1000 |       +---------------------+
+---------------------+

Lilycove Department Store Floor 3
+---------------------+       +---------------------+
|SHOP MENU     |Price |       |SHOP MENU     |Price |
|--------------|------|       |--------------|------|
|Protein       | 9800 |       |X Speed       |  350 |
|Calcium       | 9800 |       |X Special     |  350 |
|Iron          | 9800 |       |X Attack      |  500 |
|Zinc          | 9800 |       |X Defend      |  550 |
|Carbos        | 9800 |       |Dire Hit      |  650 |
|HP Up         | 9800 |       |Guard Spec.   |  700 |
+---------------------+       |X Accuracy    |  950 |
                              +---------------------+

Lilycove Department Store Floor 4
+---------------------+       +---------------------+
|SHOP MENU     |Price |       |SHOP MENU     |Price |
|--------------|------|       |--------------|------|
|TM38          | 5500 |       |TM17          |  350 |
|TM25          | 5500 |       |TM20          |  350 |
|TM14          | 5500 |       |TM33          |  500 |
|TM15          | 7500 |       |TM16          |  550 |
+---------------------+       +---------------------+

Lilycove Department Store Floor 5
+-----------------------+       +-----------------------+
|SHOP MENU       |Price |       |SHOP MENU       |Price |
|----------------|------|       |----------------|------|
|Pika Cushion    | 2000 |       |Pichu Doll      | 3000 |
|Round Cushion   | 2000 |       |Pikachu Doll    | 3000 |
|Zigzag Cushion  | 2000 |       |Marill Doll     | 3000 |
|Spin Cushion    | 2000 |       |Jigglypuff Doll | 3000 |
|Diamond Cushion | 2000 |       |Duskull Doll    | 3000 |
|Ball Cushion    | 2000 |       |Wynaut Doll     | 3000 |
|Grass Cushion   | 2000 |       |Baltoy Doll     | 3000 |
|Fire Cushion    | 2000 |       |Kecleon Doll    | 3000 |
|Water Cushion   | 2000 |       |Azurill Doll    | 3000 |
+-----------------------+       |Skitty Doll     | 3000 |
                                |Swablu Doll     | 3000 |
                                |Gulpin Doll     | 3000 |
                                +-----------------------+

+-----------------------+       +-----------------------+
|SHOP MENU       |Price |       |SHOP MENU       |Price |
|----------------|------|       |----------------|------|
|Ball Poster     | 1000 |       |Surf Mat        | 4000 |
|Green Poster    | 1000 |       |Thunder Mat     | 4000 |
|Red Poster      | 1000 |       |Fire Blast Mat  | 4000 |
|Blue Poster     | 1000 |       |Powder Snow Mat | 4000 |
|Cute Poster     | 1000 |       |Attract Mat     | 4000 |
|Pika Poster     | 1500 |       |Fissure Mat     | 4000 |
|Long Poster     | 1500 |       |Spikes Mat      | 4000 |
|Sea Poster      | 1500 |       |Glitter Mat     | 3000 |
|Sky Poster      | 1500 |       |Jump Mat        | 3000 |
+-----------------------+       |Spin Mat        | 3000 |
                                +-----------------------+

Whew! Giant department store is here in Lilycove City. Make sure to check out
the museum too! 

Before you can actually enter the department store, you'll have to beat your
rival. Just talk to him/her and win the joke of a battle.

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
RIVAL BATTLE 4

OPPONENT'S POKEMON:
Treecko Lineup
 ----------------------
|Pokemon       | Level |
|--------------|-------|
|Swellow       |   31  |
|Wailmer       |   32  |
|Numel         |   32  |
|Grovyle       |   34  |
 ----------------------

Torchic Lineup
 ----------------------
|Pokemon       | Level |
|--------------|-------|
|Swellow       |   31  |
|Wailmer       |   32  |
|Shroomish     |   32  |
|Combusken     |   34  |
 ----------------------

Mudkip Lineup
 ----------------------
|Pokemon       | Level |
|--------------|-------|
|Swellow       |   31  |
|Shroomish     |   32  |
|Numel         |   32  |
|Marshtomp     |   34  |
 ----------------------

This battle is really pathetic. Unfortunately, this is the last time that
you'll ever fight your rival. His starter will never fully evolve. All of his
Pokemon do the basic 1-2-punch, meaning they always attack. Your rival is
probably no harder than an ordinary trainer.

                   <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

After all that's done, we have to head back to Mt. Pyre since we can't
progress ahead. Go back to Route 121 and walk along the bottom wall until you
get to the pier. Surf around the big mountain until you get to the entrance.


------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                               ( a. Mt. Pyre )
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

MT. PYRE
+--------------------------------------+
|WILD POKEMON | APPEARANCE RATE(R/S)   |
|--------------------------------------|
|Shuppet      |          5%/95%        |
|Duskull      |          95%/5%        |
+--------------------------------------+

If you want, you can climb the tower. There's nothing at the top except TM30
containing Shadow Ball, if you want it. If you don't or have it, exit through
the left.

Outside, go up. At the foggy part, you'll meet new Pokemon.

MT. PYRE(top)
+--------------------------------------+
|WILD POKEMON | APPEARANCE RATE(R/S)   |
|--------------------------------------|
|Shuppet      |          5%/75%        |
|Duskull      |          75%/5%        |
|Vulpix       |           14%          |
|Wingull      |            5%          |
|Chimecho     |            1%          |
+--------------------------------------+

Keep going up to meet up with Team Aqua/Magma again. We don't have another
boss battle this time. Just go up and watch the scene. Afterwards, if you're
playing Ruby, you'll get the Red Orb. If you're playing Sapphire, you'll get
the Blue Orb. We need to retrieve the other one. Fly to Slateport. Talk to
Captain Stern and watch the scene.


------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                          ( b. Chasing the Baddies )
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

You're done in Slateport. Fly back to Lilycove and stock up on stupplies, then
surf along the eastern coast. You will find Team Aqua/Magma's "secret" base
above the line of Wailmers.

When you land, go down the staircase. There are two teleporters here. Warp to
the right to find a Max Elixer and to the left to continue. Turn around the
fence over to the teleporter on the left. Take the third teleporter, then keep
taking the left one until you are on the bottom row of teleporters. Take the
teleporter on the very left.

You will see four Pokeballs to your left. THIS IS THE ONLY TIME YOU CAN GET
THE MASTER BALL! IF YOU DON'T GET IT NOW, YOU WILL NEVER BE ABLE TO GET IT
EVERY AGAIN!!!! The Master Ball is the one on the topleft. Kill/capture the
Electrodes in the way. After that, head back. Take the middle teleporter and
the one on the left to return.

Back on the screen with the water in the middle, take the teleporter on your
right. Follow the linear path until the big room with two teleporters. Take
the one on the right. Follow the path until you reach the room with water.
Talk to the guard in front of the water. Woah, an admin! What he says is true;
he's a step above the grunts with a Super Potion and evolved Pokemon, but his
Pokemon have low defenses and are weak.

Take the teleporter on the right after the scene and exit the hideout through
the top. We can't give chase now as we don't have the proper supplies. So what
to do now? The Wailmers blocking the path eastward is now open, so heal up and
start your sea voyage to Mossdeep City. Sorry if you hate Tentacool.


==============================================================================
                            [3.14] Mossdeep City
==============================================================================

PokeMart:
+---------------------+
|SHOP MENU     |Price |
|--------------|------|
|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 |
+---------------------+

This is a very boring city, so let's just go beat the gym.

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
MOSSDEEP GYM - LIZA & TATE

I HATE this gym. Anyway, at the entrance, flip the switch right above you.
Ride the arrow on the left, then the one going up. Hit the switch and come
back down. Take the arrow going right. When you stop, take another arrow
going right. Hit the switch, then go up. Take the down arrow when you stop
and hit the switch. Take the down arrow to return to the entrance. Take the
left arrow and you'll get to the gym leaders. What's that? Yes, gym leaders.

My party:
+---------------------+
| Pokemon     | Level |
|-------------|-------|
| Combusken   | LV 34 |
| Swellow     | LV 34 |
| Pelipper    | LV 36 |
| Absol       | LV 29 |
| Kadabra     | LV 26 |
| Aron        | LV 25 |
+---------------------+
 
BOSS: LIZA & TATE
+---------------------+
| Pokemon     | Level |
|-------------|-------|
| Solrock     | LV 42 |
| Lunatone    | LV 42 |
+---------------------+

They might only have two Pokemon, but Liza and Tate are very difficult. This
is a 2-on-2 battle, so concentrate your attacks on one Pokemon at a time. I
recommend using a combination of Dark or Water type Pokemon. They're weak
against grass, but be careful because Solrock has the Sunny Day/Flamethrower
combo.

Concentrate your attacks on one Pokemon. If you are using special attacks, get
Solrock. For physical attacks, attack Lunatone. You would want to defeat them
as quickly as possible because they both have Calm Mind raising their Special
Attack and Special Defense. If they use it enough times, just one attack can
take out your Pokemon.

                   <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

When Liza & Tate are finished, they'll hand you your new Mind Badge which
enhances your Special stats and allows you to use Dive out side of battle,
and also a TM04 containing Calm Mind. Step on the teleporter and let's get
out of here.


------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                           ( a. Seafloor Cavern )
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

After you defeat Liza & Tate, head directly south of Mossdeep City onto Route
127. You should see a gigantic patch of dark water. Teach Dive to someone and
head deep down. Follow the path to a cave. You should see a submarine there.
Resurface and you'll be in the Seafloor Cavern.

Go into the first room. You'll find a bunch of Zubats here. Go up the left
side and Rock Smash the rock. Go to where that rock was and use Strength to
push the boulder down. Now walk right through the path and push the boulder
there right. Go through the door at the top. Push the boulder in front of you
forward. Turn right, push the boulder there up. Push the boulder to your left
left, then Rock Smash the rock above you. Rock Smash the rock to the left and
make your way to the door.

Start following the current. Go right until you are on the left side of the
cave in the middle. Then make a left. Surf up and you'll hit piece of land.
Head inside the cave here.

Push the boulder blocking your way up. From there, you should have boulders
in a shape like this:


  7      8      9            The numbers are boulders.

     5      6

         3      4

     1      2

Push boulder 1 up, then 7 up. From there, push 8 down and 9 right a couple of
times to free your way. Defeat the admin and move into the next room.

You'll be in a room like this:

       1   2       3  4

           5   6   7

       8              9

           10  11  12

Push boulder 11 up once, then 10 left. Push 11 to the right now, then 6 up.
Push 5 and 7 to the sides. Push 2 and 3 up, then six to the left or right.
Go through the door.

Approach the Pokemon in the middle and heal up. We have to fight Archie/Maxie
again.


>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
BOSS BATTLE - ARCHIE/MAXIE

My party:
+---------------------+
| Pokemon     | Level |
|-------------|-------|
| Combusken   | LV 35 |
| Swellow     | LV 35 |
| Pelipper    | LV 37 |
| Absol       | LV 30 |
| Tentacool   | LV 25 |
| Aron        | LV 25 |
+---------------------+
 
BOSS: ARCHIE
+---------------------+
| Pokemon     | Level |
|-------------|-------|
| Mightyena   | LV 41 |
| Crobat      | LV 41 |
| Sharpedo    | LV 43 |
+---------------------+

OR

BOSS: MAXIE
+---------------------+
| Pokemon     | Level |
|-------------|-------|
| Mightyena   | LV 41 |
| Crobat      | LV 41 |
| Camerupt    | LV 43 |
+---------------------+

The boss is tougher this time around. Mightyena will lower the first Pokemon
that you send out's attack, so send out someone that has a special attack that
they can use. Mightyena will annoy you with attacks like Swagger. Try to cure
the confusion with berries. That'll leave you with an ultra high attack
strength!

Crobat and Camerupt/Sharpedo and strong attackers, but will go down when their
weakness is used against them. They're not too much of a worry.

                   <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

After defeating Archie/Maxie, watch Kyogre/Groudon and the scene.


We have to head to Sootopolis City. Head onto Route 126 Northwest from here.
Rain Dance/Sunny Day will also take place in all of your battles. Sootopolis
looks like a golden rock surrounded by a patch of dark water. You must dive
and look for a cave in the surrounding water. Resurface in that cave to arrive
at Sootopolis City.


==============================================================================
                           [3.15] Sootopolis City
==============================================================================

PokeMart:
+---------------------+
|SHOP MENU     |Price |
|--------------|------|
|Ultra Ball    | 1200 |
|Hyper Potion  | 1200 |
|Full Heal     |  600 |
|Revive        | 1500 |
|Max Repel     |  700 |
|X Attack      |  500 |
|X Defend      |  550 |
|Shadow Mail   |   50 |
+---------------------+

Sootopolis has basically shut themselves off. Just head over to Steven and
Wallace and enter the Cave of Origin. Make sure to bring someone with Flash
and a crapload of Ultra Balls.

Follow the ladders. Make sure to pick up HM07 on the way. When you finally
reach the Pokemon at the very bottom, SAVE YOUR GAME. DO NOT USE YOUR MASTER
BALL!!!!

Awaken the Pokemon. Catch it as this is a one-time deal. If you don't restart.
Running away or defeating the Pokemon will screw your chances of getting your
version exclusive legendary.

After that, exit the cave. You'll start finding Zubat here now. Outside, you
should find that the world became all nice and happy again. Talk to Steven in
front of the gym, then head inside to face the gym leader.

NOTE: If you want, you can return to Mt. Pyre and watch an extra scene where
you and Maxie/Archie return the Red and Blue Orb.

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
SOOTOPOLIS GYM - WALLACE

There's a puzzle here. In order to progress to Wallace, you need to step on
each panel of ice once. Any more, you'll fall and be forced to fight some
trainers.

On the first set of steps, go up, right, up, left, left, up, right, and up.

On the second set of steps, go up, left until the wall, until the wall, right
twice, down, right three times, down right, up twice, then left until the
stairs.

On the third flight of steps, go up, right twice, up, right twice, down,
right, up until the wall, left, left, down, left, up, left, down, down, left,
left, down, left, up, left, down, left, up, left, up, up, right, down, right,
up, right, down, right, up, and right.


My party:
+---------------------+
| Pokemon     | Level |
|-------------|-------|
| Combusken   | LV 35 |
| Swellow     | LV 35 |
| Kyogre      | LV 46 |
| Absol       | LV 30 |
| Kadabra     | LV 26 |
| Aron        | LV 26 |
+---------------------+
 
BOSS: WALLACE
+---------------------+
| Pokemon     | Level |
|-------------|-------|
| Luvdisc     | LV 40 |
| Whiscash    | LV 42 |
| Sealeo      | LV 40 |
| Seaking     | LV 42 |
| Milotic     | LV 43 |
+---------------------+

Meh, Wallace's only threat is his high leveled Pokemon. Most of his Pokemon
are also quite speedy. They like to confuse you using moves like Sweet Kiss
and Water Pulse. There's not really much more too it. Use Electric on
everything except Whiscash, or Grass. Watch out for Milotic; it has very high
Special Defense and has Recover. If you're having trouble on it, try using a
move like Toxic. Wallace has a couple of Hyper Potions to boot.

                   <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

Defeating Wallace will earn you your final badge, the Rain Badge. All Pokemon
will now obey you. You'll also be able to use Waterfall(HM07) outside of
battle. Like all the other gym leaders, Wallace is a nice guy and will give
you a gift of TM03 containing Water Pulse.

Congratulations! We have beaten the ga...I mean, we have all the badges! It's
time to take on the Pokemon League. Just for a few notes though, there's an
optional city that you can visit called Pacifidilog Town. It's southwest of
Sootopolis. I'm not going to type anything on that because...there's nothing
there. Just a town.

To get to the Pokemon League, we have to go to Evergrande City. Take whichever
route you want and hug the right wall. Check your map often to make that you
don't go astray. Make sure that you have a Pokemon with Waterfall!


==============================================================================
                   [3.16] Evergrande City and Victory Road
==============================================================================

As soon as you reach Evergrande City, you should notice that it is as
uncitylike as possible. Heal in the Pokemon Center and proceed up into Victory
Road. Make sure to bring a Pokemon with Flash, Rock Smash, Surf, Waterfall,
and Strength.


VICTORY ROAD FLOOR 1
+--------------------------------------+
|WILD POKEMON | APPEARANCE RATE(R/S)   |
|--------------------------------------|
|Aron         |           15%          |
|Lairon       |            5%          |
|Zubat        |           15%          |
|Golbat       |           20%          |
|Whismur      |           10%          |
|Loudred      |            5%          |
|Makuhita     |           10%          |
|Hariyama     |           20%          |
+--------------------------------------+


Go up the first platform in front of you. Follow the path to the ladder. This
new floor will be dark, so use Flash.


VICTORY ROAD FLOOR B1
+--------------------------------------+
|WILD POKEMON | APPEARANCE RATE(R/S)   |
|--------------------------------------|
|Meditite     |           15%          |
|Medicham     |           10%          |
|Zubat        |           15%          |
|Golbat       |           20%          |
|Hariyama     |           40%          |
+--------------------------------------+


Push the boulder on the left left, then that path should lead you to a boulder
in which you push right. Head right and you'll see two paths with rocks in
which you can Rock Smash. Rock Smash the rocks at the bottom. Run across the
bridge, then head down. Go down the ladder.


VICTORY ROAD FLOOR B4
+--------------------------------------+
|WILD POKEMON | APPEARANCE RATE(R/S)   |
|--------------------------------------|
|Medicham     |           30%          |
|Golbat       |           20%          |
|Lairon       |           20%          |
|Sableye      |         0%/30%         |
|Mawile       |         30%/0%         |
+--------------------------------------+


Follow the path until the water. Surf left and ascend the waterfall. Swim
around the land and head down the next waterfall. Climb onto the lone piece
of land with a ladder on it.

Head around the path. Rock Smash the rock, then push that boulder down. Then
Rock Smash the other rock. Go up the ladder. Save, heal up, then follow the
path. We're almost at the end now! There's just one obstacle blocking our way,
and his name is Wally.

Wally is much like a boss. That's right, he's no longer a joke. Sort of. He
has a wide variety of Pokemon, but they all carry the same moves as if they
were wild Pokemon. Attack with their weaknesses and this shouldn't be very
hard.

Exit Victory Road. We're at the second half of Evergrande City now. Head up
to the Pokemon League and the Elite 4.


==============================================================================
                            [3.17] The Final Four
==============================================================================

PokeMart:
+---------------------+
|SHOP MENU     |Price |
|--------------|------|
|Ultra Ball    | 1200 |
|Hyper Potion  | 1200 |
|Max Potion    | 2500 |
|Full Restore  | 3000 |
|Full Heal     |  600 |
|Revive        | 1500 |
|Max Repel     |  700 |
+---------------------+

Get ready. I recommend that you bring a ton of Revives and Hyper Potions. Your
berries should cover for status conditions. There's no real need for the
expensive Max Potions or Full Restores. I don't think that you have too many
Pokemon with over 200 HP at the moment.

Anyway, enter the door. We're not coming out.

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
ELITE FOUR - SYDNEY

+---------------------+
| Pokemon     | Level |
|-------------|-------|
| Mightyena   | LV 46 |
| Cacturne    | LV 46 |
| Sharpedo    | LV 48 |
| Shiftry     | LV 48 |
| Absol       | LV 49 |
+---------------------+

More of a joke, really. All of Sydney's Pokemon will go down with a fighting
attack. None of them have a decent to high defense, so this should be an easy
fight. Absol, Sharpedo, and Shiftry pack quite a punch if not put down quickly
though. All of his Pokemon have stalling powers with that such as Double Team
and Swagger.

                   <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
ELITE FOUR - PHOEBE

+---------------------+
| Pokemon     | Level |
|-------------|-------|
| Dusclops    | LV 48 |
| Banette     | LV 49 |
| Sableye     | LV 50 |
| Banette     | LV 49 |
| Dusclops    | LV 51 |
+---------------------+

Phoebe uses Ghost Pokemon. Her Dusclops' can be really tricky to get by with
a huge amount of Defense and many tough moves. Most of her Pokemon carry Will-
o-Wisp which burns you. Burn won't just hurt you, it'll halve your attack
power too. Make sure to equip some Rawst Berries. The best you can do against
her Pokemon is use another Pokemon with Shadow Ball, hopefully a normal type.
If not, just try your best pounding her with your most powerful attacks.
There's not much else you can do.

                   <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
ELITE FOUR - GLACIA

+---------------------+
| Pokemon     | Level |
|-------------|-------|
| Glalie      | LV 50 |
| Sealeo      | LV 50 |
| Sealeo      | LV 52 |
| Glalie      | LV 52 |
| Walrein     | LV 53 |
+---------------------+

Glacia uses Ice type Pokemon. She likes to change the weather by using Hail.
This will barely inflict damage on your Pokemon, so use it as a free turn to
attack. She has the ol' Water/Ice combos on her team, so don't go barging in
with Fire types. Electrics work best on Sealeo and Walrein. Fighting types are
also super effective against all of her Pokemon.

Watch out for Walrein. Walrein has Sheer Cold which is an OHKO attack. All of
her Pokemon, like Phoebe, have terrific defense. If you're having a gigantic
amount of trouble, try using moves like Toxic or Will-o-Wisp.

                   <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
ELITE FOUR - DRAKE

+---------------------+
| Pokemon     | Level |
|-------------|-------|
| Shelgon     | LV 52 |
| Flygon      | LV 53 |
| Altaira     | LV 54 |
| Flygon      | LV 54 |
| Salamence   | LV 55 |
+---------------------+

Ahh, Drake, the last member of the Elite 4. He is a joke compared to the girls
of the Elite 4. ANY Ice attack equals an instant win. Four of his Pokemon are
4x weak to Ice and the other is not fully evolved. If you don't have Ice, then
buy Blizzard at Lilycove or Ice Beam at the Game Corner. If it's too late for
that, just go with special attacks. Flygon is half ground and half dragon,
Altaria and Salamence are both Dragon/Flying. Flygon has Levitate, so remember
not to use Ground attacks against it.

                   <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<


After that, we've still got one more battle to go. The toughest trainer in all
of Hoenn is none other than the Champion, Steven!


>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
CHAMPION - STEVEN

+---------------------+
| Pokemon     | Level |
|-------------|-------|
| Skarmory    | LV 57 |
| Aggron      | LV 56 |
| Armaldo     | LV 56 |
| Claydol     | LV 55 |
| Cradily     | LV 56 |
| Metagross   | LV 58 |
+---------------------+

Steven uses a mix of high defense Pokemon. All of his Pokemon have their own
strengths/weaknesses. Skarmory is the worst. Take him down quickly with a fire
attack or he'll set up the deadly triple Spikes, Toxic, and Roar combo. That
will quickly deplete your HP and there's not much you can do about it.(unless
for some reason you have Rapid Spin...)

Aggron's a piece of cake. Steven's a cheater and got his Aggron Solarbeam, but
that doesn't help him much. Fighting/Ground attack = dead Aggron.

Armaldo is like a better Aggron. Not so high on defense, but has powerful
attacks. Pretty standard Pokemon; just bring it down normally with a Rock or
Water attack.

Claydol and Cradily both battle alike. They have tough defenses. Cradily will
try to restore its health with moves like Ingrain while Claydol just
concentrates on making the battle longer and supporting other Pokemon with
Reflect and Light Screen.

Metagross is Steven's most powerful Pokemon. At almost Level 60 with moves
like Meteor Mash and Psychic, you need a tough defensive Pokemon to stay in
game with Metagross. You can probably get a quick Fire Pokemon in for about a
turn before you're Earthquaked to death. Use Pokemon which are neutral to it
like water. I also find that the version exclusive legendaries works great on
Metagross.

Steven seems like he has an unlimited amount of Full Restores, but it's
actually only eight. If you can last long enough to plan attack to kill at
middle health, then make sure you do so. Long battles will benefit Steven.

                   <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

Woohoo! Congrats on beating the game! Let the credits roll.


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After you beat the game, there's still a ton of things for your to do.


==============================================================================
                             [4.1] Trainer's Eye
==============================================================================

Here's a list of everyone in Trainer's Eye and their location.

+----------------------------------------------+
| Name                    | Location           |
|----------------------------------------------|
| Aroma Lady Rose         | Route 118          |
| Run Maniac Dusty        | Route 111          |
| Tuber Lola              | Route 109          |
| Tuber Ricky             | Route 109          |
| Sis & Bro Rita and Sam  | Route 124          |
| Cooltrainer Brooke      | Route 111          |
| Cooltrainer Wilton      | Route 111          |
| Hex Maniac Valerie      | Mt. Pyre           |
| Lady Cindy              | Route 104          |
| Beauty Jessica          | Route 121          |
| Rich Boy Winston        | Route 104          |
| Pokemaniac Steve        | Route 114          |
| Swimmer Tony            | Route 107          |
| Black Belt Nob          | Route 115          |
| Guitarist Dalton        | Route 118          |
| Kindler Bernie          | Route 114          |
| Camper Ethan            | Jagged Pass        |
| Old Couple Jon and Jay  | Meteor Falls       |
| Bug Maniac Brandon      | Route 120          |
| Psychic Cameron         | Route 123          |
| Psychic Jacki           | Route 123          |
| Gentleman Walter        | Route 121          |
| School Kid Karen        | Route 116          |
| School Kid Jerry        | Route 116          |
| Sr. and Jr. Anna and Meg| Route 117          |
| Pokefan Isabel          | Route 110          |
| Pokefan Miguel          | Route 110          |
| Expert Timothy          | Route 115          |
| Expert Shelby           | Mt. Chimney        |
| Youngster Calvin        | Route 102          |
| Fisherman Elliot        | Route 106          |
| Triathlete Isabel       | Route 110          |
| Triathlete Benjamin     | Route 110          |
| Triathlete Isaiah       | Route 128          |
| Triathlete Katelyn      | Route 128          |
| Triathlete Maria        | Route 117          |
| Triathlete Dylan        | Route 117          |
| Dragon Tamer Nicolas    | Meteor Falls       |
| Bird Keeper Robert      | Route 120          |
| Ninja Boy Lao           | Route 113          |
| Battle Girl Cindy       | Route 120          |
| Parasol Lady Madeline   | Route 113          |
| Swimmer Jenny           | Route 124          |
| Picnicker Diana         | Jagged Pass        |
| Twins Amy and Liv       | Route 103          |
| Sailor Ernest           | Route 125          |
| Collector Edwin         | Route 110          |
| Pkmn Breeder Lydia      | Route 117          |
| Pkmn Breeder Isaac      | Route 117          |     *To get Wally in your
| Pkmn Ranger Catherine   | Route 119          |      Trainer's Eye, you must
| Pkmn Ranger Jackson     | Route 119          |      defeat him TWICE.
| Lass Haley              | Route 104          |
| Bug Catcher James       | Petalburg Woods    |
| Hiker Trent             | Route 112          |
| Young Couple Lois & Hal | Abandoned Ship     |
| Pkmn Trainer Wally      | Victory Road       |*
| Leader Roxanne          | Rustboro           |
| Leader Brawly           | Dewford            |
| Leader Wattson          | Mauville           |
| Leader Flannery         | Larvaridge         |
| Leader Norman           | Petalburg          |
| Leader Winona           | Fortree            |
| Leader Liza & Tate      | Mossdeep           |
| Leader Wallace          | Sootopolis         |
| Elite 4 Sydney          | Evergrande         |
| Elite 4 Phoebe          | Evergrande         |
| Elite 4 Glacia          | Evergrande         |
| Elite 4 Drake           | Evergrande         |
| Champion Steven         | Evergrande         |
+----------------------------------------------+


==============================================================================
                             [4.2] Battle Tower
==============================================================================

After you defeat the Elite 4, your dad will give you a ticket that leads to
the Battle Tower. In the Battle Tower, you must fight through seven trainers
in a row without healing. Then, you can save or heal. Then continue again to
ultimately get a winning steak of 50 or 100. You get ribbons and a sexy trophy
for your trouble.

There are two ways to enter: Level 50 or Level 100. For Level 50, you can use
three Pokemon under the level of 50. For 100, any Pokemon under Level 100.
However, you can't use Kyogre, Groudon, Rayquaza, Deoxys, Jirachi, Mewtwo,
Mew, Lugia, Celebi, and Ho-oh. Anything else(including legendary dogs, birds,
Regis, Lati@s, etc.) are totally game.

There are some more restrictions. You can't use two of the same Pokemon, two
of the same hold items, or gain experience in the Battle Tower. Any Pokemon
that you haven't seen before there will NOT be added to your Pokedex.

As an extra tip, please be aware that the opponent's OHKO attacks have a MUCH
higher chance of killing than yours. They're gay that way, so use a Pokemon
with Sturdy if you can.


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                             [4.3] New Mauville
==============================================================================

New Mauville is a side quest that you can do about the time after getting
Surf. Just go to Mauville City and you'll see Wattson strolling about the
streets. Talk to him and he'll give you the key to New Mauville. What to do
with that?

Head below Mauville City to Route 110. Surf around the lake there. Go to the
eastern side to find a cave. Go inside. Use your key. Step on the first button
that you see. Move left, then step on that green button. Keep going, but skip
the next button that you see. Look up and you'll see a Pokeball sitting on a
button. Pick it up(it contains Escape Rope) and step on the button.

Skip the next two switches(they're right next to each other covered in
Pokeballs. Can be hard to see.) At the next two, uncover them by picking up
the Pokeballs. Step on the green switch, then head straight into the room.
Step on the switch to quiet down the generator, then use the Escape Rope you
picked up before to return to Wattson for your reward. Don't forget to pick up
the Thunderstone next to the generator.


NEW MAUVILLE
+--------------------------------------+
|WILD POKEMON | APPEARANCE RATE(R/S)   |
|--------------------------------------|
|Magnemite    |           45%          |
|Magneton     |           45%          |
|Voltorb      |            5%          |
|Electrode    |            5%          |
+--------------------------------------+


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                              [4.4] Safari Zone
==============================================================================

The Safari Zone is an awesome place located on Route 121, right behind
Lilycove. Pay 500 to catch all the Pokemon that you want until you walk 500
steps or use up all of your 30 Safari Balls. This place however, does not
promote violence. You can only throw Pokeblocks that you've made or go nearer
to the Pokemon.

Pokemon like certain kind of Pokeblocks. You can only guess what they like.
If you throw one they like, they'll stay longer but be harder to catch. If you
want to get a certain nature, deposit a Pokeblock in a Pokeblock feeder that
that nature likes. Hang around that area and Pokemon of that nature will
appear more often.

Going nearer to a Pokemon will make them flee easier, but makes them easier to
catch.

SE SAFARI ZONE
+--------------------------------------+
|WILD POKEMON | APPEARANCE RATE(R/S)   |
|--------------------------------------|
|Oddish       |           30%          |
|Gloom        |           10%          |
|Doduo        |           20%          |
|Pikachu      |            5%          |
|Giragarig    |           10%          |
|Natu         |           15%          |
|Wobbuffet    |           10%          |
+--------------------------------------+

SW SAFARI ZONE
+--------------------------------------+
|WILD POKEMON | APPEARANCE RATE(R/S)   |
|--------------------------------------|
|Oddish       |           30%          |
|Gloom        |           15%          |
|Doduo        |           25%          |
|Pikachu      |            5%          |
|Natu         |           15%          |
|Wobbuffet    |           10%          |
+--------------------------------------+

NE SAFARI ZONE
+--------------------------------------+
|WILD POKEMON | APPEARANCE RATE(R/S)   |
|--------------------------------------|
|Oddish       |           20%          |
|Gloom        |           20%          |
|Phanpy       |           40%          |
|Heracross    |            5%          |
|Xatu         |           15%          |
+--------------------------------------+

NW SAFARI ZONE
+--------------------------------------+
|WILD POKEMON | APPEARANCE RATE(R/S)   |
|--------------------------------------|
|Oddish       |           25%          |
|Gloom        |           20%          |
|Doduo        |           20%          |
|Dodrio       |            5%          |
|Pinsir       |            5%          |
|Lairon       |            5%          |
|Rhyhorn      |           20%          |
+--------------------------------------+


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Here's a bunch of information that I felt didn't really deserve their own
section. It's still good stuff, be sure to read them all!


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                              [5.1] Trainer Card
==============================================================================

Throughout your game, your trainer card will constantly be changing. Your
trainer card can be viewed by selecting your name in the Start menu.

At the beginning of the game, you'll have a green card. It'll have your
unique trainer ID at the top right corner, your name, money, amount of unique
Pokemon caught and recorded in the Pokedex, your play time, and badges. Press
A once to turn it over and reveal the backside.

The backside will have five empty slots. They can be filled. It will record
the time of when you first beat the Elite 4, Link battle record, number of
trades made with friends, number of Pokeblocks made with friends, contests
with friends won, and your Battle Tower record.

There will also be a phrase that shows up on your trainer card that your
friends can see. This phrase can be changed from the default by talking to
the man standing next to the PC in the Pokemon Center in the first or second
town.

Now, like what I said before, you can change the color of your trainer card.

o You'll get a Bronze Card by by beating the Elite 4.
o You'll get a Copper Card by collecting 200 Pokemon.
o You'll get a Silver Card by winning 100 times in a row in the Battle Tower.
o You'll get a Gold Card by beating all five Master rank contests.

These don't have to be gotten in any order. As long as you complete the task!


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                            [5.2] Trading Center
==============================================================================

In every Pokemon Center, you can trade with your friends. Just go upstairs
and you'll see some people. The first person is for battles. You can select
a Single Battle, Double Battle, or Multi Battle. And you can't fight with
three players.

The second person allows you to trade with your friend. I think this is for
two people only, I never really tried a three-way trade.

The last person is for mixing records. This will allow you to see each others'
secret bases, watch TV shows about one another, and some other fun stuff.
Whenever you meet with a friend to play Pokemon, always mix records just for
the heck of it. You'll usually find something funny in there.


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                          [5.3] Trainers With Items
==============================================================================

There are certain trainers that you can get items from. All you have to do is
steal the item using Thief or Covet on the Pokemon indicated. These are all
Trainer's Eye folks, so you'll have to fight them a couple of times to get
their Pokemon worked up. After the battle, you'll be able to keep the item
that you stole.

Silver Powder: Bug Maniac Brandon's Masquerain on Route 120
Dragon Fang: Dragon Tamer Nicolas's Shelgon in Meteor Falls
Black Belt: Blackbelt Nob's Machamp on Route 115


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                          [5.4] Pokemon With Items
==============================================================================

Sometimes, wild Pokemon may have items on them. If you steal it off them, then
you get to keep the item. Here's a list of all the wild Pokemon that can hold
items. Note that you can't keep items that you steal off a trainer's Pokemon.

Note: I didn't include all the Pokemon, just the ones that can be caught in
these games.

+-----------------------------------------+
| Name                | Item              |
|-----------------------------------------|
| Pikachu             | Oran Berry        |
|                     | Light Ball(rarer) |
| Sandshrew           | Quick Claw        |
| Vulpix              | Rawst Berry(100%) |
| Abra                | Twistedspoon      |
| Geodude             | Everstone         |
| Magnemite           | Metal Coat        |
| Grimer              | Nugget            |
| Koffing             | Smoke Ball        |
| Horsea              | Dragon Scale      |
| Staryu              | Stardust          |
|                     | Star Piece(rarer) |
| Chinchou            | Yellow Shard      |
| Pichu               | Oran Berry        |
| Girafarig           | Persim Berry      |
| Shuckle             | Oran Berry        |
| Corsola             | Red Shard         |
| Poochyena           | Pecha Berry       |
| Zigzagoon           | Oran Berry        |
| Linoone             | Oran Berry        |
|                     | Sitrus Berry(rare)|
| Whismur             | Chesto Berry      |
| Hariyama            | King's Rock       |
| Skitty              | Leppa Berry       |
| Aron                | Hard Stone        |
| Roselia             | Poison Barb       |
| Gulpin              | Big Pearl         |
| Numel               | Rawst Berry(100%) |
| Spinda              | Chesto Berry      |
| Trapinch            | Soft Sand         |
| Cacnea              | Poison Barb       |
| Lunatone            | Moon Stone        |
| Solrock             | Sun Stone         |
| Castform            | Mystic Water      |
| Kecleon             | Persim Berry      |
| Shuppet             | Spell Tag         |
| Duskull             | Spell Tag         |
| Clamperl            | Blue Shard        |
| Relicanth           | Green Shard       |
| Luvdisc             | Heart Scale       |
| Bagon               | Dragon Scale      |
| Beldum              | Metal Claw        |
| Jirachi             | Star Piece        |
+-----------------------------------------+


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                        [5.5] Pickup/Soundproof/Sturdy
==============================================================================

These are three special abilities. Pickup allows you to pick up random items
after battle, and Soundproof/Sturdy makes a Pokemon immune to some attacks.
Here's some specifics:

Pickup:
-------
Super Potion             If you can't tell, some items are rare than others.
Ultra Ball               The list gets rare towards the bottom with King's
Full Restore             Rock as the rarest.
Full Heal
Nugget
Revive
Rare Candy
Protein
PP Up
King's Rock


Soundproof                      Sturdy
----------                      ------
Grasswhistle                    Fissure
Growl                           Guillotine
Heal Bell                       Horn Drill
Hyper Voice                     Sheer Cold
Metal Sound
Perish Song
Roar
Sing
Screech
Snore
Supersonic
Uproar


==============================================================================
                             [5.6] Secret Bases
==============================================================================

As you progress through the game, you might notice some things like indents
in a cave or big trees. Well, if you have Secret Power on a Pokemon, you can
turn these into secret bases. You can only have on secret base. Decorate it
at your will. To buy decorations, go to Fortree or Lilycove.

Some places have holes. Plug these up with Solid Boards gotten at rare sales
in the rooftop of the Lilycove Department Store. There will be a program on
TV a couple of days before it.

These secret bases don't really serve much of a purpose. If you mix records
with a friend, you'll be able to locate his/her secret base and battle
him/her.


==============================================================================
                            [5.7] Dry Internal Battery
==============================================================================

Some of the earlier Ruby and Sapphire games have a nasty glitch. When you are
on the continue screen, they'll say something about the internal battery
having run dry. This means that all the time-based events won't occur, such as
berries growing.

This can be fixed with the purchase of Pokemon Fire Red or Leaf Green. On the
Pokemon FR/LG start menu, press B and select. Follow all the intructions there
and link up to Pokemon Ruby/Sapphire. The battery glitch should soon be fixed.


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                                {6.0} Contests
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You can find contest houses in four towns: Verdanturf, Fallabor, Slateport,
and Lilycove. There are also four difficulties: Normal, Super, Hyper, and
Master. To enter a contest, you must first enter the easiest difficulty at
Verdanturf.

In a contest, there are two phases. In the first phase, the audience will
give you points by the looks of your Pokemon. To make it look good, you need
to feed it Pokeblocks. You'll get the Pokeblock case when you get to the
Verdanturf contest house. Berry blend berries that are high in level, but low
in feel. Feed those Pokeblocks to your Pokemon. Be sure to have levels though
as Pokemon can eat only a certain amount of Pokeblocks before being full and
never being able to eat ever again. Having a colored scarf also helps.

When you max out a certain contest stat, go to the Pokemon Fan Club at
Slateport and have that Pokemon first in your party. You'll get the scarf.


Now, the second stage is when real strategy comes in. This is the appeal
stage. You must use one of the four moves in your moveset. Each one will get
you a certain amount of hearts, make your opponent lose a certain amount of
hearts, or have certain effects like being unable to get startled for one
turn. Stars also give your Pokemon one extra heart for every move.

When appealing, try to use moves that are the same as the type of contest
you entered. Example, use a tough move like Tackle in a Tough contest. This
will make the audience happy and fill a dot. If you are the Pokemon to get all
five dots from the audience, you'll get a huge amount of bonus points!

When using moves, you can make combos. Using combos will get you more hearts.
I don't really know them, so read a contest FAQ for more information. Make
sure that you don't use the same move twice, or you'll lose hearts.

Usually, you can win all the contests with one good Pokemon. I did with my
Regice.


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Items are quite useful and important in battles and outside of them. There are
3 pockets in your itembag: Left contains normal items, middle is key, third
are Pokeballs. You can use items to boost your stats both permanently and
battle only, heal status conditions, HP, and much more. All items sell for
half the price they can be bought at. For those that cannot be bought, they
have a high sell price. You can hold a max of 20 different normal items at a
time.

Another thing about items is that you can let Pokemon hold them. To do this,
go to the item menu, select the item you want the Pokemon to hold(most items
will let you, besides Key Items) and select Hold, the second option. Then
choose the Pokemon that you want to hold the item. Some items like Potions
will do nothing for your Pokemon, but others have a certain effect.

Here's a list of every item in the game:

*recieved only by trading with Fire Red/Leaf Green
***unobtainable

Note: Unobtainable items are items that you can't get, but are still
programmed into the game which is why it's still listed here.


Normal Items:
+----------------------------------------------------------------+
| Item Name           | Effect                           | Price |
|---------------------|----------------------------------|-------|
| Antidote            | Cures Poison                     |  100  |
| Awakening           | Cures Sleep                      |  250  |
| Big Mushroom        | Sells high.                      | ----- |
| Berry Juice         | Heals 20 HP                      | ----- |***
| Black Flute         | Temporarily decreases encounters | ----- |(Route 113)
| Blue Flute          | Stops sleep                      | ----- |(Route 113)
| Blue Shard          | Trade for a Water Stone          | ----- |
| Burn Heal           | Cures Burn                       |  250  |
| Dire Hit            | Increases critical rate          |  650  |
| Elixer              | Restores 10 PP to all moves      | ----- |
| Energy Powder       | Heals 50 HP. Tastes bad.         |  500  |
| Energy Root         | Heals 200 HP. Tastes bad.        |  800  |
| Escape Rope         | Escapes from dungeons            |  550  |
| Ether               | Restores all PP for one move     | ----- |
| Fresh Water         | Restores 50 HP                   |  200  |
| Full Heal           | Restores any status condition    |  600  |
| Full Restore        | Restores all HP and conditions   |  3000 |
| Green Shard         | Trade for a Leaf Stone           | ----- |
| Guard Spec.         | Lowers critical hit chance       |  1500 |
| Heal Powder         | Heals all conditions. Tastes bad |  450  |
| Hyper Potion        | Heals 200 HP                     |  1500 |
| Ice Heal            | Cures Freeze                     |  250  |
| Lava Cookie         | Restores 30 HP                   |  200  |
| Lemonade            | Heals 80 HP                      |  350  |
| Max Ether           | Restores 10 PP for all moves     | ----- |
| Max Elixer          | Restores all PP for all moves    | ----- |
| Max Potion          | Heals all lost HP                |  2500 |
| Max Repel           | Repels Wild Pokemon(250 Steps)   |  700  |
| Max Revive          | Revive 1 Pokemon with all HP     | ----- |
| Moo Moo Milk        | Heals 100 HP                     |  500  |
| Nugget              | Sells for 5000                   | ----- |
| Paralyz Heal        | Cures Paralysis                  |  250  |
| Pearl               | Sells for a high price           | ----- |
| Pokedoll            | Runs from one battle             |  1000 |
| Potion              | Heals 20 HP                      |  300  |
| Red Flute           | Restores attraction              | ----- |(Route 113)
| Red Shard           | Trade for a Fire Stone           | ----- |
| Repel               | Repels Wild Pokemon(100 Steps)   |  350  |
| Revival Herb        | Revives with full HP, tastes bad.|  2800 |
| Revive              | Revives Pokemon with half HP     |  1500 |
| Sacred Ash          | Revives all fainted Pokemon      | ----- |*
| TinyMushroom        | Sells for a little.              | ----- |
| Soda Pop            | Recovers 60 HP                   |  300  |
| Star Dust           | Sells for 1000                   | ----- |
| Star Piece          | Sells for 4900                   | ----- |
| Super Potion        | Heals 50 HP                      |  700  |
| Super Repel         | Repels Wild Pokemon(200 Steps)   |  500  |
| X Accuracy          | Raises Accuracy for 1 battle     |  950  |
| X Attack            | Raises Attack for 1 battle       |  500  |
| X Defense           | Raises Defense for 1 battle      |  550  |
| X Special           | Raises Specials for 1 battle     |  350  |
| X Speed             | Raises Speed for 1 battle        |  350  |
| Yellow Flute        | Stops confusion                  | ----- |(Route 113)
| Yellow Shard        | Trade for Thunder Stone.         | ----- |
| White Flute         | Temporarily increases encounters | ----- |(Route 113)
+----------------------------------------------------------------+


Key Items:
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| Item Name         | Effect                          |     Location      |
|-------------------|---------------------------------|-------------------|
| Acro Bike         | Allows you to do tricks         | Mauville City     |
| Aurora Ticket     | Allows you to go to Island 9    | Unobtainable      |***
| Basement Key      | Grants access to New Mauville   | Wattson(Mauville) |
| Berry Bag         | Holds Berries                   | Unobtainable      |***
| Bicycle           | Lets you pass on Cycling Road   | Unobtainable      |***
| Bike Voucher      | Trade it for a Bike             | Unobtainable      |***
| Blue Orb          | Part of storyline               | Events            |
| Card Key          | Opens doors in Silph Co         | Unobtainable      |***
| Claw Fossil       | Changes into Anorith            | Desert            |
| Coin Case         | Holds coins from Game Corner    | Mauville          |
| Contest Pass      | Access to contests              | Verdanturf        |
| Devon Goods       | Part of sidequest               | Devon Corp        |
| Devon Scope       | Allows you to identify hidden   | Route 120. Talk to|
|                   | Pokemon                         | Steven.           |
| Dome Fossil       | Kabuto's Fossil                 | Unobtainable      |***
| Elevator Key      | Unlocks elevator in Rocket Base | Unobtainable      |***
| Eon Ticket        | Access to Southern Island       | Via Nintendo Power|
| Fame Checker      | Gives you information.          | Unobtainable      |***
| Go Goggles        | Ability to see through sandsorm | Rival             |
| Gold Teeth        | Wanted by warden in Fuchsia     | Unobtainable      |***
| Good Rod          | Lets you fish                   | Route 118         |
| Helix Fossil      | Omanyte's Fossil                | Unobtainable      |***
| Itemfinder        | Find secret items               | Route 110         |
| Letter            | Letter to Steven                | Storyline events  |
| Lift Key          | Access Rocket's Hideout elevator| Unobtainable      |***
| Powder Jar        | Holds crushed berries           | Unobtainable      |***
| Meteorite         | Trade for a TM at Fallabor      | Mt. Chimney       |
| Mystery Ticket    | Allows access to Island 8       | Unobtainable      |***
| Oak's Parcel      | An item for Oak. Very temporary.| Unobtainable      |***
| Old Amber         | Aerodactyl's Fossil             | Unobtainable      |***
| Old Rod           | Lets you fish                   | Dewford Town      |
| Pokeblock Case    | Keeps Pokeblocks made           | Slateport City    |
| Pokeflute         | Cures Sleep                     | Unobtainable      |***
| Rainbow Pass      | Access to Islands 4-7           | Unobtainable      |***
| Red Orb           | For events during storyline     | Storyline events  |
| Room 1 Key        | Unlocks Room 1 on Abandoned Ship| Abandoned Ship    |
| Room 2 Key        | Unlocks Room 2 on Abandoned Ship| Abandoned Ship    |
| Room 4 Key        | Unlocks Room 4 on Abandoned Ship| Abandoned Ship    |
| Room 6 Key        | Unlocks Room 6 on Abandoned Ship| Abandoned Ship    |
| Root Fossil       | Turns into Lileep               | Desert            |
| Ruby Plate        | Item needed at Island 1         | Unobtainable      |***
| S.S Ticket        | Lets you board the S.S. Tidal   | Littleroot Town   |
| Sapphire Plate    | Item needed at Island 1         | Unobtainable      |***
| Scanner           | Exchange for item at ship.      | Abandoned Ship    |
| Secret Key        | Unlock Cinnibar Gym             | Unobtainable      |***
| Silph Scope       | Lets you see ghost Pokemon      | Unobtainable      |***
| Soot Sack         | Carries ash                     | Route 112         |
| Storage Key       | Opens a room in Abandoned Ship  | Abandoned Ship    |
| Super Rod         | Lets you fish                   | Mossdeep City     |
| Tea               | Allows you to go to Saffron     | Unobtainable      |***
| Teach TV          | Teaches you how to play the game| Unobtainable      |***
| TM Case           | Holds TMs                       | Unobtainable      |***
| Tri Pass          | Access to Islands 1-3           | Unobtainable      |***
| VS Searcher       | Checks for rematches around area| Unobtainable      |***
| Wailmer Pail      | Waters berry plants             | Route 105         |
| World Map         | Map of the world                | Unobtainable      |***
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------+


Pokeballs:
+----------------------------------------------------------------+
| Item Name           | Effect                           | Price |
|---------------------|----------------------------------|-------|
| Dive Ball           | Used for Water Pokemon           |  1000 |
| Great Ball          | Stronger than a Pokeball         |  600  |
| Luxury Ball         | Makes Pokemon like you more      | ----- |
| Master Ball         | 100% capturing rate              | ----- |
| Nest Ball           | Used for low level Pokemon       |  1000 |
| Net Ball            | Higher catch ration for Bug/Water|  1000 |
| Poke Ball           | Basic capturing device           |  200  |
| Premium Ball        | Looks cool and fancy             | ----- |
| Repeat Ball         | Captures already caught Pokemon  |  1000 |
| Safari Ball         | Only for Safari Zone             | ----- |
| Timer Ball          | Better after several turns       |  1000 |
| Ultra Ball          | Stronger than a Great Ball       |  1200 |
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Note 1: Premier Ball is recieved after buying at least 10 Pokeballs at any
        Mart. It's as weak as Pokeball.

Note 2: Some stores will only stock up on "special" balls after you've
        completed a certain part of the storyline.

Note 3: Master Balls can very rarely be won in the Lilycove Lottery, or found
        on part of the storyline. Make sure not to miss it!

Note 4: Luxury Balls are found through the Lilycove lottery.


Evolution Stones:
Trade in your colored shards for these stones at Route 119. Moon Stones are
found throughout the ground or stolen off Lunatone.
+--------------------------------------------------------+
| Item Name           | Effect                           |
|---------------------|----------------------------------|
| Leaf Stone          | Evolves Pokemon                  |
| Fire Stone          | Evolves Pokemon                  |
| Thunder Stone       | Evolves Pokemon                  |
| Water Stone         | Evolves Pokemon                  |
| Moon Stone          | Evolves Pokemon                  |
+--------------------------------------------------------+


Vitamins:
+-----------------------------------------------------+
| Item Name        | Effect                           |
|------------------|----------------------------------|
| Carbos           | Permanently raises Speed         |
| Calcium          | Permanently raises Sp Att        |
| HP Up            | Permanently raises HP            |
| Iron             | Permanently raises Defense       |
| PP Up            | Permanently raises PP a little   |
| PP Max           | Permanently raises PP to the max |
| Protein          | Permanently raises Attack        |
| Zinc             | Permanently raises Sp Def        |
+-----------------------------------------------------+


Hold Items:
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| Item Name        | Effect                           |     Location      |
|------------------|----------------------------------|-------------------|
| Amulet Coin      | Doubles reward from trainers     | Given by mom      |
| Black Glasses    | 12% increase in Dark attacks     | Route 116         |
| Blackbelt        | 12% increase in Fighting attacks | Route 115         |
| Blue Scarf       | Raises Beauty in contests        | Pokemon Fan Club  |
| Brightpowder     | Increases your evasion           | Battle Tower      |
| Charcoal         | 12% increase in Fire attacks     | Larvaridge Town   |
| Choice Band      | 50% increase in physical attacks,| Battle Tower      |
|                  | but can only use 1 move selected |                   |
| Cleanse Tag      | Lowers wild Pokemon encounters   | Mt. Pyre          |
| Deepseascale     | Doubles Clampearl's Sp. Def      | Abandoned Ship    |
| Deepseatooth     | Doubles Clampearl's Sp. Att      | Abandoned Ship    |
| Dragon Fang      | 12% increase in Dragon attacks   | Meteor Falls      |
| Dragon Scale     | Evolves Seadra when traded       | Stolen off Horsea |
| Everstone        | Halts evolution                  | Granite Cave      |
| Exp. Share       | Gives half experience to holder  | Rustboro City     |
| Focus Band       | 10% chance to stop fainting      | Battle Tower      |
| Green Scarf      | Raises smart in contests         | Pokemon Fan Club  |
| Hard Stone       | 12% increase in Rock attacks     | Trick House       |
| King's Rock      | 30% chance of flinch on contact  | Mossdeep City     |
| Lax Incense      | 5% decrease in opponent's acc.   | Mt. Pyre          |
| Leftovers        | Heals about 7% of HP             | Battle Tower      |
| Light Ball       | Doubles Pikachu's Sp Att         | Wild Pikachu      |
| Lucky Egg        | Gives holder more experience     | ----------------- |*
| Lucky Punch      | Increases Chansey's critical rate| ----------------- |*
| Macho Brace      | Doubles gained EVs               | Winstrate House   |
| Magnet           | 12% increase in Electric attacks | Trick House       |
| Metal Coat       | 12% increase in Steel attacks    | Wild Magnemite    |
| Metal Powder     | Raises Ditto's Defense           | ----------------- |*
| Miracle Seed     | 12% increase in Grass attacks    | Petalburg Woods   |
| Mystic Water     | 12% increase in Water attacks    | Castform          |
| Nevermeltice     | 12% increase in Ice attacks      | Shoal Cave        |
| Pink Scarf       | Raises Cute in contests          | Pokemon Fan Club  |
| Poison Barb      | 12% increase in Poison attacks   | Wild Cacnea       |
| Quick Claw       | Pokemon may go first             | Rustboro City     |
| Red Scarf        | Raises Cool in contests          | Pokemon Fan Club  |
| Scope Lens       | Higher critical hit ratio        | Battle Tower      |
| Sea Incense      | 5% increase in Water attacks     | Mt. Pyre          |
| Sharp Beak       | 12% increase in Flying attacks   | Stolen            |
| Shell Bell       | Heals 1/8 damage dealt           | Shoal Cave        |
| Silk Scarf       | 12% increase in Normal attacks   | Dewford Town      |
| Silver Powder    | 12% increase in Bug attacks      | Route 120, trainer|
| Smoke Ball       | Can always run from encounters   | Trick House       |
| Soft Sand        | 12% increase in Ground attacks   | Route 109         |
| Soothe Bell      | Pokemon's Happiness raises faster| Slateport City    |
| Soul Dew         | 1.5x increase in Sp Def and Sp   | Steal off Lati@s  |
|                  | Att for Latios and Latias.       | at Southern Island|
| Spell Tag        | 12% increase in Ghost attacks    | Wild Duskull      |
| Stick            | Farfetch'd has a higher critical | ----------------- |*
|                  | when equipped                    |                   |
| Thick Club       | Doubles Cubone/Marowak's attack  | ----------------- |*
| Twisted Spoon    | 12% increase in Psychic attacks  | Abra/Kadabra(Rare)|
| Upgrade          | Evovles Porygon when traded      | ----------------- |*
| White Herb       | Cures all conditions             | Route 104         |
| Yellow Scarf     | Raises tough in contests         | Pokemon Fan Club  |
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------+

Some hold items evolve Pokemon when traded. These are:
King's Rock: Poliwhirl -> Politoed
             Slowpoke -> Slowking
Dragon Scale: Seadra -> Kingdra
Metal Coat: Onix -> Steelix
            Scyther -> Scizor

Some hold items allow Pokemon to breed their baby forms. These are:
Lax Incense: Wobbuffet -> Wynaut
Sea Incense: Marill/Azumarill -> Azurill


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                                {8.0} Berries
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Berries have returned from Pokemon Gold and Silver with a celestial bang.
Every once in a while as you are traveling through the game, you may find a
bush with a berry on it. Examine it to receive a certain number of berries.
After that, there will be a bare patch of land. From there, you can plant your
own berries.

After you plant a berry, you must wait a certain amount of time for it to
bloom. Some berries take a very short time while others can take a really
long time. Most of the rarer berries are slow-growing. However, there's a
catch. You can speed up berry growth by watering plants with the Wailmer Pail
that you get from the Flower Shop early in the game. About once every few
hours should speed up their growth. Don't expect them to miraculously become
ripe in just an hour or two after that though.

So, what can you do with these sexy berries? Well, you can equip them on your
Pokemon for immediate, no-lost-turn effects. But some berries don't have
effects. These are used only for berry blending. At any Contest House, examine
the square machine and you can blend with computers or up to three friends via
a link cable. See the contest section for more details.

Some berries are really rare. They might not be found in this game but only
through E-Cards and an E-Reader. I don't recommend that you buy an E-Reader
just for this, it's a rather waste of money. Anyway, here's a list of berries
that you can get in this game and their effects.


List of Berries:
+------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| Number | Berry Name:      | Effect(other than berry blending:          |
|------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|   01   | Cheri            | Cures paralysis                            |
|   02   | Chesto           | Awakens from sleep                         |
|   03   | Pecha            | Cures poison                               |
|   04   | Rawst            | Cures burn                                 |
|   05   | Aspear           | Defrosts frozen Pokemon                    |
|   06   | Leppa            | Restores 10PP                              |
|   07   | Oran             | Heals 10HP when HP is below half           |
|   08   | Persim           | Cures Confusion                            |
|   09   | Lum              | Heals all conditions(including Confusion)  |
|   10   | Sitrus           | Heals 30HP when HP is below half           |
|   11   | Figy             | Heals 1/8 HP, confuses Timid, Calm, Modest |
|        |                  | and Bold natures.                          |
|   12   | Wiki             | Heals 1/8 HP, confuses Jolly, Careful,     |
|        |                  | Impish, and Adamant natures.               |
|   13   | Mago             | Heals 1/8 HP, confuses Sassy, Quiet,       |
|        |                  | Relaxed, and Brave natures.                |
|   14   | Aguav            | Heals 1/8 HP, confuses Naive, Rash, Lax,   |
|        |                  | and Naughty natures.                       |
|   15   | Iapapa           | Heals 1/8 HP, confuses Hasty, Gentle, Mild,|
|        |                  | and Lonely natures.                        |
|   16   | Razz             | Nothing                                    |
|   17   | Bluk             | Nothing                                    |
|   18   | Nanab            | Nothing                                    |
|   19   | Wepear           | Nothing                                    |
|   20   | Pinap            | Nothing                                    |
|   21   | Pomeg            | Nothing                                    |
|   22   | Kelpsy           | Nothing                                    |
|   23   | Qualot           | Nothing                                    |
|   24   | Hondew           | Nothing                                    |
|   25   | Grepa            | Nothing                                    |
|   26   | Tamato           | Nothing                                    |
|   27   | Cornn            | Nothing                                    |
|   28   | Magost           | Nothing                                    |
|   29   | Rabuta           | Nothing                                    |
|   30   | Nomel            | Nothing                                    |
|   31   | Spelon           | Nothing                                    |
|   32   | Pamtre           | Nothing                                    |
|   33   | Watmel           | Nothing                                    |
|   34   | Durin            | Nothing                                    |
|   35   | Belue            | Nothing                                    |
|   36   | Liechi           | 50% Attack increase at 1/3 health          |*
|   37   | Ganlon           | 50% Defense increase at 1/3 health         |*
|   38   | Salac            | 50% Speed increase at 1/3 health           |*
|   39   | Petaya           | 50% Special Attack increase at 1/3 health  |*
|   40   | Apicot           | 50% Special Defense increase at 1/3 health |*
|   41   | Lansat           | Critical Hit Ratio rises at 1/3 health     |*
|   42   | Starf            | 50% random stat increase at 1/3 health     |*
|   43   | Enigma           | Turns into an E-Reader berry               |
+------------------------------------------------------------------------+

*E-Reader berries


Hey Dave of chetcc! This FAQ does not belong on your site, so please don't
steal it. kthxbye

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                               {9.0} TM/HM List
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TMs allow you to teach a Pokemon a certain move. These moves are often strong
and some can only be gotten by using the TM. They can only be used once so
choose the Pokemon to teach wisely.

I recommend that you don't use them during the game if you plan to battle
friends in link battles as most of these can only be gotten once during the
game. They should be used on Pokemon which you plan to keep on your perfect
team.

I recommend that before you use a TM, read the breeding section about how TMs
can be passed down through different egg groups and Pokemon. I usually teach
TMs to genderless Pokemon where you can't pass the TM onto it or an egg group
that cannot get that move except by TM.

HMs also allow you to teach a Pokemon a certain move. The difference between
this and TMs is that HMs can be used as many times as you want and have an
effect outside of battle. To use this effect, go to the Pokemon menu and
select the Pokemon that has the HM. There will be a move highlighted in blue.


TM List
+-----------------------------------------------------------------------+
|    TM#   |    Attack Name    | Location                               |
|------------------------------|----------------------------------------|
|   TM01   | Focus Punch       | Route 115                              |
|   TM02   | Dragon Claw       | Meteor Falls                           |
|   TM03   | Water Pulse       | Sootopolis Gym                         |
|   TM04   | Calm Mind         | Mossdeep Gym                           |
|   TM05   | Roar              | Route 114                              |
|   TM06   | Toxic             | Fiery Path                             |
|   TM07   | Hail              | Shoal Cave                             |
|   TM08   | Bulk Up           | Dewford Gym                            |
|   TM09   | Bullet Seed       | Route 104                              |
|   TM10   | Hidden Power      | Slateport/Fortree                      |
|   TM11   | Sunny Day         | Scorched Slab                          |
|   TM12   | Taunt             | Trick House                            |
|   TM13   | Ice Beam          | Mauville/Abandoned Ship                |
|   TM14   | Blizzard          | Lilycove Department Store              |
|   TM15   | Hyper Beam        | Lilycove Department Store              |
|   TM16   | Light Screen      | Lilycove Department Store              |
|   TM17   | Protect           | Lilycove Department Store              |
|   TM18   | Rain Dance        | Abandoned Ship                         |
|   TM19   | Giga Drain        | Route 123                              |
|   TM20   | Safeguard         | Lilycove Department Store              |
|   TM21   | Frustration       | Pacifidilog Town                       |
|   TM22   | Solarbeam         | Safari Zone                            |
|   TM23   | Iron Tail         | Meteor Falls                           |
|   TM24   | Thunderbolt       | Game Corner                            |
|   TM25   | Thunder           | Lilycove Department Store              |
|   TM26   | Earthquake        | Seafloor Cavern                        |
|   TM27   | Return            | Fallabor/Pacifidilog                   |
|   TM28   | Dig               | Route 114                              |
|   TM29   | Psychic           | Mauville/Victory Road                  |
|   TM30   | Shadow Ball       | Mt. Pyre                               |
|   TM31   | Brick Break       | Sootopolis                             |
|   TM32   | Double Team       | Game Corner                            |
|   TM33   | Reflect           | Lilycove Department Store              |
|   TM34   | Shock Wave        | Mauville Gym                           |
|   TM35   | Flamethrower      | Game Corner                            |
|   TM36   | Sludge Bomb       | Dewford Town                           |
|   TM37   | Sandstorm         | Route 111                              |
|   TM38   | Fire Blast        | Lilycove Department Store              |
|   TM39   | Rock Tomb         | Rustboro Gym                           |
|   TM40   | Aerial Ace        | Fortree Gym                            |
|   TM41   | Torment           | Slateport City                         |
|   TM42   | Facade            | Petalburg Gym                          |
|   TM43   | Secret Power      | Slateport/Route 111                    |
|   TM44   | Rest              | Lilycove City                          |
|   TM45   | Attract           | Verdanturf Town                        |
|   TM46   | Thief             | Slateport City                         |
|   TM47   | Steel Wing        | Granite Cave                           |
|   TM48   | Skill Swap        | Mt. Pyre                               |
|   TM49   | Snatch            | S.S. Tidal                             |
|   TM50   | Overheat          | Larvaridge Gym                         |
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HM List
+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|    HM#   | Attack Name | Location                | Effect(Outside Battle)  |
|------------------------|-------------------------|-------------------------|
|   HM01   | Cut         | Rustboro City           | Cuts small bushes       |
|   HM02   | Fly         | Route 119               | Teleports you to any    |
|          |             |                         | previously visited PCs  |
|   HM03   | Surf        | Petalburg City          | Allows you to swim      |
|   HM04   | Strength    | Rusturf Tunnel          | Moves boulders          |
|   HM05   | Flash       | Granite Cave            | Lights up dark caves    |
|   HM06   | Rock Smash  | Mauville City           | Smashes flat rocks      |
|   HM07   | Waterfall   | Cave of Origin          | Move up waterfalls      |
|   HM08   | Dive        | Mossdeep City           | Dives in deep waters    |
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Note: Most HMs require certain badges for use outside of battle.


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Each Pokemon have at least 1 special ability, sometimes out of a choice of
two. These abilities have changes competitive gameplay and is important to
how you play your Pokemon.

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| Ability Name           | Effect/Description                               |
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| Air Lock               | Prevents weather effects                         |
| Arena Trap             | Pokemon not immune to ground cannot switch       |
| Battle Armor           | Prevents critical hits                           |
| Blaze                  | Ups Fire attacks in a pinch                      |
| Clorophyll             | Doubles Speed in sunshine                        |
| Clear Body             | Prevents stat modifiers                          |
| Cloud Nine             | Prevents weather effects                         |
| Color Change           | Changes to type of opponent's previous attack    |
| Compoundeyes           | Raises accuracy                                  |
| Cute Charm             | 30% change of attraction on contact              |
| Damp                   | Opponent cannot Selfdesctruct or Explode         |
| Drizzle                | Permanent Rain Dance effect                      |
| Drought                | Permanent Sunny Day effect                       |
| Early Bird             | Halves Sleep effect                              |
| Effect Spore           | 30% chance of SLP, PAR, or PSN on contact        |
| Flame Body             | 30% chance of Burn on contact                    |
| Flash Fire             | Fire powers up Pokemon, immune to fire           |
| Forecast               | Type changes with weather                        |
| Guts                   | Attack increases by 50% with status condition    |
| Huge Power             | Doubles Attack                                   |
| Hustle                 | Attack increased by 50%, accurcy lowered by 20%  |
| Hyper Cutter           | Attack cannot be below normal                    |
| Illuminate             | Encounter rate increases by 50%                  |
| Immunity               | Cannot be poisoned                               |
| Inner Focus            | Cannot flinch                                    |
| Insomnia               | Cannot Sleep, including rest                     |
| Intimidate             | Lowers opponent's attack when sent out           |
| Keen Eye               | Prevents accuracy lowering                       |
| Lightning Rod          | All electric attacks attack this Pokemon         |
| Limber                 | Cannot be paralyzed                              |
| Liquid Move            | When HP is absorbed, opponent gets hurt          |
| Magma Armor            | Cannot be frozen                                 |
| Magnet Pull            | Opponent Steel types cannot switch or run        |
| Marvel Scale           | Defense is raised                                |
| Minus                  | Powers up if a Pokemon with Plus is your partner |
| Natural Cure           | Status Condition is healed when switched         |
| Oblivious              | Cannot be inflicted with Attract                 |
| Overgrow               | Ups Grass attacks in a pinch                     |
| Own Tempo              | Cannot be confused                               |
| Pick Up                | May pick up items after battle                   |
| Plus                   | Powers up if a Pokemon with Minus is your partner|
| Poison Point           | 30% chance of Poison on contact                  |
| Pressure               | Doubles opponent's PP usage                      |
| Pure Power             | Doubles Attack                                   |
| Rain Dish              | Recovers your HP during rain                     |
| Rock Head              | Does not take recoil damage                      |
| Rough Skin             | Opponent takes damage on contact                 |
| Run Away               | 100% chance of running away                      |
| Sandstream             | Permanent Sandstorm effect                       |
| Sand Veil              | Increases evasion during Sandstorm               |
| Serene Grace           | Increases added effects on moves, such as flinch |
| Shadow Tag             | Opponent cannot switch or flee                   |
| Shed Skin              | Small chance status condition may be removed     |
| Shell Armor            | Opponent cannot have a critical hit on you.      |
| Shield Dust            | Opponent cannot have added effects               |
| Soundproof             | "Sound" attacks cannot hurt Pokemon              |
| Speed Boost            | Speed increases every turn                       |
| Static                 | 30% chance of paralysis on contact               |
| Stench                 | Pokemon encounter rate goes down if lead Pokemon |
| Sticky Hold            | Pokemon cannot lose held item                    |
| Sturdy                 | OHKO moves cannot effect Pokemon                 |
| Suction Cups           | Cannot be forced switched                        |
| Swarm                  | Bug attacks rise in a pinch                      |
| Synchronize            | When a condition is inflicted on your Pokemon,   |
|                        | your opponent gets it too                        |
| Thick Fat              | Fire and Ice moves are half damage               |
| Torrent                | Ups Water attacks in a pinch                     |
| Trace                  | Ability becomes the same as opponent's           |
| Truant                 | Attacks every other turn                         |
| Vital Spirit           | Cannot be put to sleep                           |
| Volt Absorb            | Absorbs electric attacks                         |
| Water Absorb           | Absorbs water attacks                            |
| Water Veil             | Cannot be burned                                 |
| White Smoke            | Stats cannot be lowered                          |
| Wonder Guard           | Can only be damaged by weaknesses                |
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Extra notes:
Wonder Guard cannot be Skill Swapped.


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List of all moves in R/S:
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| Name           | Pwr | Acc |Contact| Type |Effect                          |
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| Absorb         | 20  | 100 |  No   | Grs  | Recover half damage dealt      |
| Acid           | 40  | 100 |  No   | Psn  | 10% defense lower              |
| Acid Armor     | --- | --- |  No   | Psn  | 100% raise in defense          |
| Aerial Ace     | 60  | --- |  Yes  | Fly  | Always hits                    |
| Agility        | --- | --- |  No   | Psy  | 100% raise in Speed            |
| Air Cutter     | 65  | 95  |  Yes  | Fly  | High critical ratio            |
| Amnesia        | --- | --- |  No   | Psy  | 100% raise in Special Defense  |
| Ancientpower   | 60  | 100 |  Yes  | Rck  | 10% chance of all stat raise   |
| Arm Thrust     | 15  | 100 |  Yes  | Fgt  | 2-5 hits                       |
| Aromatherapy   | --- | --- |  No   | Grs  | Cures all status in PKMN team  |
| Assist         | --- | --- |  No   | Nrm  | Uses random attack             |
| Astonish       | 15  | 100 |  Yes  | Gst  | 30% flinch rate                |
| Attract        | --- | --- |  No   | Nrm  | 50% opponent attack chance     |
| Aurora Beam    | 65  | 100 |  No   | Ice  | 10% chance of freeze           |
| Barrier        | --- | --- |  No   | Psy  | 100% defense raise             |
| Baton Pass     | --- | --- |  No   | Nrm  | Passes stat changes            |
| Belly Drum     | --- | --- |  No   | Nrm  | Halves HP, maxes Attack        |
| Bide           | --- | 100 |  Yes  | Nrm  | Idle for 3 turns while taking  |
|                |     |     |       |      | damage, then deal back double  |
| Bind           | 20  | 75  |  Yes  | Nrm  | 2-5 turns, traps opponent      |
| Bite           | 60  | 100 |  Yes  | Drk  | 30% flinch rate                |
| Blaze Kick     | 85  | 90  |  Yes  | Fire | High critical rate             |
| Blizzard       | 120 | 70  |  No   | Ice  | 30% freeze rate                |
| Block          | --- | 100 |  No   | Nrm  | Traps opponent                 |
| Body Slam      | 85  | 100 |  Yes  | Nrm  | 30% paralyze rate              |
| Bounce         | 85  | 85  |  Yes  | Fly  | Evade 1 turn, attack next      |
| Brick Break    | 75  | 100 |  No   | Fgt  | Breaks Reflect & Light Screen  |
| Bubble         | 20  | 100 |  No   | Wtr  | 10% Speed reduce               |
| Bubblebeam     | 65  | 100 |  No   | Wtr  | 10% Speed reduce               |
| Bulk Up        | --- | --- |  No   | Fgt  | Raises Attack and Defense      |
| Bullet Seed    | 10  | 100 |  No   | Grs  | 2-5 hits                       |
| Calm Mind      | --- | --- |  No   | Psy  | Raises Sp. Att and Sp. Def     |
| Camoflauge     | --- | --- |  No   | Nrm  | Type changes to terrain        |
| Charge         | --- | --- |  No   | Ele  | Doubles Electric attacks for   |
|                |     |     |       |      | next turn                      |
| Charm          | --- | 100 |  No   | Nrm  | 100% opponent attack lower     |
| Clamp          | 35  | 75  |  Yes  | Wtr  | Traps opponent, 2-5 hits       |
| Confuse Ray    | --- | 100 |  No   | Nrm  | Opponent becomes confused      |
| Confusion      | 50  | 100 |  No   | Psy  | 10% confusion chance           |
| Constrict      | 10  | 100 |  Yes  | Nrm  | 10% chance of opponent's speed |
|                |     |     |       |      | lowering                       |
| Cosmic Power   | --- | --- |  No   | Nrm  | Raises Defense and Sp Defense  |
| Cotton Spore   | --- | 100 |  No   | Grs  | 100% drop in opponent's Speed  |
| Counter        | --- | 100 |  No   | Fgt  | Twice damage back to opponent  |
|                |     |     |       |      | if a physical attack was used. |
|                |     |     |       |      | Always goes last.              |
| Covet          | 40  | 100 |  No   | Nrm  | Steals opponent's held item    |
|                |     |     |       |      | if you aren't holding anything |
| Crabhammer     | 90  | 85  |  Yes  | Wtr  | High critical hit chance       |
| Cross Chop     | 100 | 80  |  Yes  | Fgt  | High critical hit chance       |
| Crunch         | 60  | 100 |  Yes  | Drk  | 20% chance of lowering         |
|                |     |     |       |      | opponent's Special Defense     |
| Crush Claw     | 75  | 95  |  Yes  | Nrm  | 50% chance of lowering         |
|                |     |     |       |      | opponent's attack.             |
| Curse          | --- | --- |  No   | ???  | If you're a ghost type, your   |
|                |     |     |       |      | HP is halved and enemy loses   |
|                |     |     |       |      | 1/4 HP per turn. As any other  |
|                |     |     |       |      | type, you raise your Attack &  |
|                |     |     |       |      | Defense.                       |
| Cut            | 50  | 95  |  Yes  | Nrm  |                                |
| Defense Curl   | --- | --- |  No   | Nrm  | 50% increase in Defense.       |
| Destiny Bond   | --- | 100 |  No   | Gst  | If opponents attack defeats    |
|                |     |     |       |      | you, he faints too.            |
| Detect         | --- | 100 |  No   | Fgt  | Immune to all attacks for 1    |
|                |     |     |       |      | turn. Acc haves afterwards.    |
| Dig            | 60  | 100 |  Yes  | Grd  | Evade underground then attack. |
| Disable        | --- | 55  |  No   | Nrm  | Enemy can't use last move used.|
| Dive           | 60  | 100 |  Yes  | Wtr  | Evade underwater then attack.  |
| Dizzy Punch    | 70  | 100 |  Yes  | Nrm  | 30% chance of confusing enemy  |
| Doom Desire    | 120 | 85  |  No   | Stl  |                                |
| Double Kick    | 30  | 100 |  Yes  | Fgt  | 2 hits.                        |
| Double Team    | --- | --- |  No   | Nrm  | Raises evasion.                |
| Double-Edge    | 120 | 100 |  Yes  | Nrm  | You take 1/3 recoil damage.    |
| Doubleslap     | 15  | 85  |  Yes  | Nrm  | 2-5 hits.                      |
| Dragon Claw    | 80  | 100 |  Yes  | Dgn  |                                |
| Dragon Dance   | --- | --- |  No   | Dgn  | Raises Speed and Attack.       |
| Dragonbreath   | 60  | 100 |  No   | Dgn  | 30% paralysis rate.            |
| Dragon Rage    | --- | 100 |  No   | Dgn  | Always does 40HP of damage.    |
| Dream Eater    | 100 | 100 |  No   | Psy  | Only effects sleeping Pokemon. |
| Drill Peck     | 80  | 100 |  Yes  | Fly  |                                |
| Dynamicpunch   | 100 | 50  |  Yes  | Fgt  | Opponent becomes confused.     |
| Earthquake     | 100 | 100 |  No   | Grd  | Effects all Pokemon. Double    |
|                |     |     |       |      | damage if foe used Dig.
| Ember          | 40  | 100 |  No   | Fire | 10% burn chance.               |
| Encore         | --- | 100 |  No   | Nrm  | Foe uses same attack,2-5 turns |
| Endeavor       | --- | 100 |  Yes  | Nrm  | Foe's HP is reduced to yours.  |
| Endure         | --- | 100 |  No   | Nrm  | HP can't be below 1 unless at  |
|                |     |     |       |      | 1. Accuracy halved when used   |
|                |     |     |       |      | consecuatively.                |
| Eruption       | 150 | 100 |  No   | Fire | Stronger with high HP          |
| Explosion      | 250 | 100 |  No   | Nrm  | You faint after using this move|
| Extrasensory   | 80  | 100 |  Yes  | Psy  | 10% flinch rate                |
| Extremespeed   | 80  | 100 |  Yes  | Nrm  | Always goes first              |
| Facade         | 70  | 100 |  Yes  | Nrm  | Deals double damage when you   |
|                |     |     |       |      | have a special condition       |
| Faint Attack   | 60  | --- |  No   | Drk  | Always hits                    |
| Fake Out       | 40  | 100 |  Yes  | Nrm  | Always flinches but can only be|
|                |     |     |       |      | used on the first turn.        |
| Fake Tears     | --- | 100 |  No   | Drk  | Foe's attack's reduced by 100% |
| False Swipe    | 40  | 100 |  Yes  | Nrm  | Never does more damage at 1HP  |
| Featherdance   | --- | 100 |  No   | Fly  | Foe's attack lowers by 100%    |
| Fire Blast     | 120 | 85  |  No   | Fire | 10% chance of burning foe.     |
| Fire Punch     | 75  | 100 |  Yes  | Fire | 10% chance of burning the foe. |
| Fire Spin      | 15  | 70  |  No   | Fire | Lasts 2-5 turns. Traps foe.    |
| Fissure        | --- | 30  |  No   | Grd  | OHKO. Acc. also depends on Spd |
| Flail          | --- | 100 |  Yes  | Nrm  | Stronger with less HP          |
| Flamethrower   | 95  | 100 |  No   | Fire | 10% chance of burn.            |
| Flash          | --- | 70  |  No   | Nrm  | Foe's Accuracy lowers by 50%   |
| Flatter        | --- | 100 |  No   | Drk  | 200% raise in foe's Special    |
|                |     |     |       |      | Attack and is now confused.    |
| Fly            | 70  | 95  |  Yes  | Fly  | Evades 1st turn, then attacks  |
| Focus Energy   | --- | --- |  No   | Nrm  | Increases critical hit ratio   |
| Focus Punch    | 150 | 100 |  Yes  | Fgt  | Doesn't hit if user is         |
|                |     |     |       |      | attacked. Charges at start of  |
|                |     |     |       |      | turn, then attacks. (1 turn)   |
| Follow Me      | --- | --- |  No   | Nrm  | Foes forced to attack user in  |
|                |     |     |       |      | 2-on-2 battles.                |
| Foresight      | --- | --- |  No   | Nrm  | Ghost types lose immunities    |
| Frustration    | 102 | 100 |  Yes  | Nrm  | Stronger when user's Pokemon   |
|                |     |     |       |      | dislikes user.                 |
| Fury Attack    | 10  | 95  |  Yes  | Nrm  | 2-5 hits.                      |
| Fury Cutter    | 10  | 95  |  Yes  | Bug  | Stronger with consecuative hits|
| Fury Swipes    | 18  | 80  |  Yes  | Nrm  | 2-5 hits                       |
| Future Sight   | 80  | 90  |  No   | Psy  | Attack hits 2 turns later.     |
| Giga Drain     | 60  | 100 |  No   | Grs  | Absorbs half the damage done.  |
| Glare          | --- | 75  |  No   | Nrm  | Paralyzes foe.                 |
| Grasswhistle   | --- | 55  |  No   | Grs  | Foe falls alseep.              |
| Growl          | --- | 100 |  No   | Nrm  | Foe's attack reduces by 50%    |
| Growth         | --- | 100 |  No   | Grs  | Special Attack rises by 50%    |
| Grudge         | --- | 100 |  No   | Gst  | If you faint, the attack used  |
|                |     |     |       |      | to defeat you's PP is reduced  |
|                |     |     |       |      | to 0.                          |
| Guillotine     | --- | 30  |  Yes  | Nrm  | OHKO attack. Acc depends on Spd|
| Gust           | 40  | 100 |  No   | Fly  | Double damage if foe is Flying.|
| Hail           | --- | 100 |  No   | Ice  | Weather. Damages all types     |
|                |     |     |       |      | except ice.                    |
| Harden         | --- | 100 |  No   | Nrm  | Raises defense by 50%          |
| Haze           | --- | 100 |  No   | Ice  | Eliminates all changes to stats|
| Headbutt       | 70  | 100 |  Yes  | Nrm  | 30% flinch chance.             |
| Heal Bell      | --- | 100 |  No   | Nrm  | Heals all status conditions    |
|                |     |     |       |      | afflicted on party.            |
| Heat Wave      | 100 | 90  |  No   | Fire | 10% burn chance.               |
| Helping Hand   | --- | 100 |  No   | Nrm  | Increases ally's attack in 2vs2|
| Hi Jump Kick   | 85  | 90  |  Yes  | Fgt  | Takes 1/4 damage of what should|
|                |     |     |       |      | have been inflicted if missed. |
| Hidden Power   | --- | 100 |  No   |varies| Power and type depend on IVs   |
| Horn Attack    | 65  | 100 |  Yes  | Nrm  |                                |
| Horn Drill     | --- | 30  |  Yes  | Nrm  | OHKO attack. Acc depends on Spd|
| Howl           | --- | --- |  No   | Nrm  | Increases Attack by 50%        |
| Hydro Pump     | 120 | 85  |  No   | Wtr  |                                |
| Hyper Beam     | 150 | 90  |  No   | Nrm  | Charges on second turn.        |
| Hyper Voice    | 90  | 100 |  No   | Nrm  |                                |
| Hypnosis       | --- | 60  |  No   | Psy  | Foe falls asleep.              |
| Ice Ball       | 30  | 90  |  Yes  | Ice  | Uses same move until attack    |
|                |     |     |       |      | misses or is used 5x in a row. |
| Ice Beam       | 95  | 100 |  No   | Ice  | 10% freeze chance.             |
| Ice Punch      | 75  | 100 |  Yes  | Ice  | 10% freeze chance.             |
| Icy Wind       | 85  | 95  |  No   | Ice  | Always lowers Foe's Speed.     |
| Imprison       | --- | 100 |  No   | Psy  | Opponent can't use the moves   |
|                |     |     |       |      | in your moveset.               |
| Ingrain        | --- | 100 |  No   | Grs  | Recover 1/8 health per turn,   |
|                |     |     |       |      | but unable to switch.          |
| Iron Defense   | --- | --- |  No   | Stl  | 100% increase in Defense.      |
| Iron Tail      | 100 | 75  |  Yes  | Stl  | Foe has 30% chance of lowering |
|                |     |     |       |      | defense.                       |
| Karate Chop    | 50  | 100 |  Yes  | Fgt  | High critical hit ratio.       |
| Kinesis        | --- | 80  |  No   | Psy  | Lower's foe's Accuracy by 50%  |
| Knock Off      | 20  | 100 |  Yes  | Drk  | Knocks off foe's held item.    |
| Leaf Blade     | 70  | 100 |  Yes  | Grs  | High critical hit ratio.       |
| Leech Life     | 20  | 100 |  Yes  | Bug  | Recovers half the damage dealt.|
| Leech Seed     | --- | 90  |  No   | Grs  | Absorbs 1/8 of foe's max HP.   |
| Leer           | --- | 100 |  No   | Nrm  | Lowers foe's Defense by 50%    |
| Lick           | 20  | 100 |  Yes  | Gst  | 30% paralysis rate.            |
| Light Screen   | --- | 100 |  No   | Psy  | Halves Special Attack damage   |
|                |     |     |       |      | done to you. Still in effect   |
|                |     |     |       |      | when switched.                 |
| Low Kick       | --- | 100 |  Yes  | Fgt  | Power depends on foe's weight. |
| Luster Purge   | 70  | 100 |  No   | Psy  | 50% chance of lowering Sp. Def |
| Mach Punch     | 40  | 100 |  Yes  | Fgt  | Always goes first.             |
| Magic Coat     | --- | 100 |  No   | Psy  | Reflects all moves that effect |
|                |     |     |       |      | a Pokemon's condition.         |
| Magical Leaf   | 60  | --- |  No   | Grs  | Always hits.                   |
| Magnitude      | --- | 100 |  No   | Grd  | Power is random between 10-150.|
| Mean Look      | --- | 100 |  No   | Nrm  | Traps foe.                     |
| Meditate       | --- | --- |  No   | Psy  | User increases attack by 50%   |
| Mega Drain     | 40  | 100 |  No   | Grs  | Absorbs half damage dealt.     |
| Megahorn       | 120 | 85  |  Yes  | Bug  |                                |
| Memento        | --- | 100 |  No   | Drk  | A dumb move that makes you     |
|                |     |     |       |      | faint and the foe's Attack and |
|                |     |     |       |      | Special Attack lowers by 100%  |
| Metal Claw     | 50  | 95  |  Yes  | Stl  | 10% chance of raising defense. |
| Metal Sound    | --- | 85  |  No   | Stl  | Lowers foe's Special Defense by|
|                |     |     |       |      | 100%                           |
| Meteor Mash    | 100 | 85  |  Yes  | Stl  | 10% chance of raising Attack.  |
| Mimic          | --- | 100 |  No   | Nrm  | Copies the last move foe used. |
| Mind Reader    | --- | --- |  No   | Nrm  | User's next move will always   |
|                |     |     |       |      | hit.                           |
| Minimize       | --- | --- |  No   | Nrm  | Raises evasion by 50%          |
| Mirror Coat    | --- | 100 |  Yes  | Psy  | Sends back foe's Special Attack|
|                |     |     |       |      | dealing double damage. Always  |
|                |     |     |       |      | goes last.                     |
| Mirror Move    | --- | --- |  No   | Fly  | Copies last attack foe used.   |
| Mist           | --- | --- |  No   | Ice  | Stats can't be lowered for 5   |
|                |     |     |       |      | turns. Still in effect when    |
|                |     |     |       |      | switched.                      |
| Mist Ball      | 70  | 100 |  No   | Ice  | 50% chance of lowering foe's   |
|                |     |     |       |      | Special Attack.                |
| Moonlight      | --- | --- |  No   | Nrm  | Restores 50% of max HP, 100%   |
|                |     |     |       |      | during Sunny Day.              |
| Morning Sun    | --- | --- |  No   | Nrm  | Same effect as above.          |
| Mud Shot       | 55  | 95  |  No   | Grd  | 100% chance of lowering foe's  |
|                |     |     |       |      | Speed.                         |
| Mud Sport      | --- | --- |  No   | Grd  | Halves electric damage.        |
| Muddy Water    | 95  | 85  |  No   | Wtr  | 30% chance of lowering foe's   |
|                |     |     |       |      | Accuracy.                      |
| Mud Slap       | 20  | 100 |  No   | Grd  | 100% chance of lowering foe's  |
|                |     |     |       |      | Accuracy.                      |
| Nature Power   | --- | 100 |  No   | ---  | Attack changes depending on    |
|                |     |     |       |      | location. Grass: Stun Spore,   |
|                |     |     |       |      | Long Grass: Razor Leaf, Sand:  |
|                |     |     |       |      | Earthquake, Sea: Surf, Pond:   |
|                |     |     |       |      | Bubblebeam, Mountain: Rock     |
|                |     |     |       |      | Slide, Cave: Shadow Ball,      |
|                |     |     |       |      | Other: Swift.                  |
| Needle Arm     | 60  | 100 |  Yes  | Grs  | 30% flinch chance.             |
| Night Shade    | --- | 100 |  No   | Gst  | Damage equal to user's Level.  |
| Odor Sleuth    | --- | 100 |  No   | Nrm  | User's accuracy returns to     |
|                |     |     |       |      | normal.                        |
| Outrage        | 90  | 100 |  Yes  | Dgn  | Outrages 3 turns, then user is |
|                |     |     |       |      | confused.                      |
| Overheat       | 150 | 90  |  No   | Fire | User's Special Attack falls by |
|                |     |     |       |      | 100%                           |
| Peck           | 35  | 100 |  Yes  | Fly  |                                |
| Perish Song    | --- | --- |  No   | Nrm  | All Pokemon faint in 3 turns.  |
| Petal Dance    | 70  | 100 |  Yes  | Grs  | Attacks for 3 turns, then user |
|                |     |     |       |      | becomes confused.              |
| Pin Missle     | 15  | 85  |  No   | Bug  | 2-5 hits.                      |
| Poison Fang    | 50  | 100 |  Yes  | Psn  | 30% chance of greatly poisoning|
|                |     |     |       |      | opponent.                      |
| Poison Gas     | --- | 55  |  No   | Psn  | Poisons foe.                   |
| Poison Sting   | 15  | 100 |  No   | Psn  | 30% chance of poisoning foe.   |
| Poison Tail    | 50  | 100 |  Yes  | Psn  | 10% chance of poisoning foe,   |
|                |     |     |       |      | high critical hit ratio.       |
| Poisonpowder   | --- | 75  |  No   | Psn  | Poisons foe.                   |
| Pound          | 40  | 100 |  Yes  | Nrm  |                                |
| Powder Snow    | 40  | 100 |  No   | Ice  | 10% freezing chance.           |
| Protect        | --- | --- |  No   | Nrm  | Protects from all attacks.     |
|                |     |     |       |      | Accuracy halves with           |
|                |     |     |       |      | consecuative use.              |
| Psybeam        | 65  | 100 |  No   | Psy  | 10% chance of confusing foe.   |
| Psych Up       | --- | --- |  No   | Psy  | Gets all of foe's beneficial   |
|                |     |     |       |      | stat increases.                |
| Psychic        | 90  | 100 |  No   | Psy  | 10% chance of lowering foe's   |
|                |     |     |       |      | Special Defense.               |
| Psywave        | --- | 80  |  No   | Psy  | Inflicts random damage         |
| Pursuit        | 40  | 100 |  Yes  | Drk  | Double damage if foe switches. |
| Quick Attack   | 40  | 100 |  Yes  | Nrm  | Always goes first.             |
| Rage           | 20  | 100 |  Yes  | Nrm  | Double damage(with stacking)   |
|                |     |     |       |      | when foe's attack deals damage.|
| Rain Dance     | --- | --- |  No   | Wtr  | Weather. Doubles Water attacks |
|                |     |     |       |      | and halves fire attacks and    |
|                |     |     |       |      | Solarbeam damage.              |
| Rapid Spin     | 20  | 100 |  Yes  | Nrm  | Frees itself of Rapid Spin,    |
|                |     |     |       |      | Bind, Wrap, and destroys Spikes|
| Razor Leaf     | 55  | 95  |  No   | Grs  | High critical hit ratio.       |
| Razor Wind     | 80  | 100 |  No   | Nrm  | Charges first turn, then hits. |
|                |     |     |       |      | High critical hit ratio.       |
| Recover        | --- | --- |  No   | Nrm  | Recovers 50% of max HP.        |
| Recycle        | --- | --- |  No   | Nrm  | Reuse held item.               |
| Reflect        | --- | --- |  No   | Psy  | Halves physical damage for 5   |
|                |     |     |       |      | turns. Still in effect when    |
|                |     |     |       |      | switched.                      |
| Refresh        | --- | --- |  No   | Nrm  | Heals all written conditions.  |
| Rest           | --- | --- |  No   | Psy  | User fall asleep for 2 turns,  |
|                |     |     |       |      | heals all HP and conditions.   |
| Return         | 102 | 100 |  Yes  | Nrm  | Weaker when user's Pokemon     |
|                |     |     |       |      | hates user.                    |
| Revenge        | 60  | 100 |  Yes  | Fgt  | Double damage if foe's attack  |
|                |     |     |       |      | damages user. Always goes last.|
| Reversal       | --- | 100 |  Yes  | Fgt  | Stronger when user has less HP.|
| Roar           | --- | 100 |  No   | Nrm  | Foe's forced to switch or flee.|
| Rock Blast     | 25  | 80  |  No   | Rck  | 2-5 hits.                      |
| Rock Slide     | 75  | 90  |  No   | Rck  | 30% flinch chance.             |
| Rock Smash     | 20  | 100 |  Yes  | Fgt  | 50% chance of lowering foe's   |
|                |     |     |       |      | Defense.                       |
| Rock Throw     | 50  | 90  |  No   | Rck  |                                |
| Rock Tomb      | 50  | 80  |  No   | Rck  | 100% chance of lowering foe's  |
|                |     |     |       |      | Speed.                         |
| Role Play      | --- | 100 |  No   | Psy  | Changes ability to match foe's.|
| Rollout        | 30  | 90  |  Yes  | Rck  | Continuous attack. Power       |
|                |     |     |       |      | doubles with each use until it |
|                |     |     |       |      | misses. Double damage with     |
|                |     |     |       |      | Defense Curl.                  |
| Safeguard      | --- | --- |  No   | Nrm  | Condition can't be changed for |
|                |     |     |       |      | 5 turns. Still in effect when  |
|                |     |     |       |      | switched.                      |
| Sand Tomb      | 15  | 70  |  No   | Grd  | Lasts 2-5 turns. Traps foe.    |
| Sand-Attack    | --- | 100 |  No   | Grd  | 100% chance of lowering foe's  |
|                |     |     |       |      | Accuracy.                      |
| Sandstorm      | --- | --- |  No   | Rck  | Weather. All Pokemon are hit   |
|                |     |     |       |      | for 5 turns except for Rock,   |
|                |     |     |       |      | Ground, and Steel types.       |
| Scary Face     | --- | 100 |  No   | Nrm  | Foe's Speed lowers by 100%     |
| Scratch        | 40  | 100 |  Yes  | Nrm  |                                |
| Screech        | --- | 85  |  No   | Nrm  | Foe's Defense lowers by 100%   |
| Secret Power   | 70  | 100 |  No   | Nrm  | 30% chance of an added effect  |
|                |     |     |       |      | depending on place. Grass:     |
|                |     |     |       |      | Poison, Tall Grass: Sleep,     |
|                |     |     |       |      | Ocean: Attack, Underwater:     |
|                |     |     |       |      | Defense, Sand: Accuracy, Cave: |
|                |     |     |       |      | Flinch, Rock: Confusion, Other:|
|                |     |     |       |      | Paralysis.                     |
| Seismic Toss   | --- | 100 |  Yes  | Fgt  | HP Damage equal to user's Level|
| Selfdestruct   | 200 | 100 |  No   | Nrm  | User faints.                   |
| Shadow Ball    | 80  | 100 |  No   | Gst  | 10% chance of lowering foe's   |
|                |     |     |       |      | Special Defense.               |
| Shadow Punch   | 60  | --- |  Yes  | Gst  | Always hits.                   |
| Sheer Cold     | --- | 30  |  No   | Ice  | OHKO. Lower accuracy if user's |
|                |     |     |       |      | Speed is low.                  |
| Shock Wave     | 60  | --- |  No   | Ele  | Always hits.                   |
| Signal Beam    | 75  | 100 |  No   | Bug  | 10% chance of confusing foe.   |
| Silver Wind    | 60  | 100 |  No   | Bug  | 10% chance of all stats rising.|
| Sing           | --- | 55  |  No   | Nrm  | Foe falls asleep.              |
| Skill Swap     | --- | 100 |  No   | Psy  | Changes ability with foe.      |
| Skull Bash     | 100 | 100 |  Yes  | Nrm  | Raises Defense on first turn,  |
|                |     |     |       |      | then attacks.                  |
| Sky Attack     | 140 | 90  |  Yes  | Fly  | Charges on 1st turn then       |
|                |     |     |       |      | attacks. 30% flinch chance.    |
| Sky Uppercut   | 85  | 90  |  Yes  | Fgt  | Hits Pokemon using Fly.        |
| Slack Off      | --- | 100 |  No   | Nrm  | Heals 1/2 max HP.              |
| Slam           | 80  | 75  |  Yes  | Nrm  |                                |
| Slash          | 70  | 100 |  Yes  | Nrm  | High critical hit ratio.       |
| Sleep Powder   | --- | 75  |  No   | Grs  | Foe falls asleep.              |
| Sleep Talk     | --- | --- |  No   | Nrm  | Uses one attack the user has   |
|                |     |     |       |      | other than Rest. Can only be   |
|                |     |     |       |      | used when sleeping.            |
| Sludge         | 65  | --- |  No   | Psn  | 10% poison chance.             |
| Sludge Bomb    | 90  | --- |  No   | Psn  | 10% poison chance.             |
| Smellingsalt   | 60  | 100 |  Yes  | Nrm  | Double damage when foe is      |
|                |     |     |       |      | paralyzed, then foe is no      |
|                |     |     |       |      | paralyzed.                     |
| Smog           | 20  | 70  |  No   | Psn  | 30% poison chance.             |
| Smokescreen    | --- | 100 |  No   | Nrm  | Foe's accuracy lowers by 50%   |
| Snatch         | --- | 100 |  No   | Drk  | Steals opponent's health       |
|                |     |     |       |      | restores and stat increases    |
|                |     |     |       |      | for that turn.                 |
| Snore          | 40  | 100 |  No   | Nrm  | Can only be used when sleeping.|
| Solarbeam      | 120 | 100 |  No   | Grs  | Charges then attacks. No charge|
|                |     |     |       |      | while Sunny Day is in effect & |
|                |     |     |       |      | half damage during Rain Dance. |
| Sonicboom      | --- | 90  |  No   | Nrm  | Always deal 20 damage.         |
| Spark          | 65  | 100 |  Yes  | Ele  | 10% paralysis chance.          |
| Spike Cannon   | 20  | 100 |  No   | Nrm  | 2-5 hits.                      |
| Spikes         | --- | --- |  No   | Nrm  | Damages foe when switches.     |
| Spit Up        | 100 | 100 |  No   | Nrm  | More power with Stockpile.     |
| Spite          | --- | 100 |  No   | Gst  | Decreases 2-5 PP from last     |
|                |     |     |       |      | move foe used.                 |
| Splash         | --- | --- |  No   | Nrm  | Does absolutely nothing.       |
| Spore          | --- | 100 |  No   | Grs  | Foe falls asleep.              |
| Steel Wing     | 70  | 100 |  Yes  | Stl  | 10% chance of raising Defense  |
|                |     |     |       |      | of user.                       |
| Stockpile      | --- | --- |  No   | Nrm  | Prepares for Spit Up or Swallow|
| Stomp          | 65  | 100 |  Yes  | Nrm  | Double damage is for used      |
|                |     |     |       |      | Minimize. 30% flinch chance.   |
| Strength       | 80  | 100 |  Yes  | Nrm  |                                |
| String Shot    | --- | 95  |  No   | Bug  | Foe's Speed lowers by 50%.     |
| Struggle       | 50  | 100 |  Yes  | Nrm  | Take 1/4 recoil damage.        |
| Stun Spore     | --- | 75  |  No   | Grs  | Paralyzes foe.                 |
| Submission     | 80  | 80  |  Yes  | Fgt  | User takes 1/4 recoil damage.  |
| Substitute     | --- | --- |  No   | Nrm  | Lose 1/4 of max HP to be immune|
|                |     |     |       |      | to everything until sub breaks.|
| Sunny Day      | --- | --- |  No   | Fire | Weather. Doubles fire attacks, |
|                |     |     |       |      | halves water attacks. Solarbeam|
|                |     |     |       |      | takes one turn to charge.      |
| Superpower     | 120 | 100 |  Yes  | Fgt  | User's Attack and Defense lower|
|                |     |     |       |      | by 50%                         |
| Supersonic     | --- | 55  |  No   | Nrm  | Foe becomes confused.          |
| Surf           | 95  | 100 |  No   | Wtr  |                                |
| Swagger        | --- | 100 |  No   | Nrm  | Foe's attack rises by 100%, but|
|                |     |     |       |      | becomes confused.              |
| Swallow        | --- | 100 |  No   | Nrm  | Heals HP depending on Stockpile|
| Sweet Kiss     | --- | 75  |  No   | Nrm  | Foe becomes confused.          |
| Sweet Scent    | --- | --- |  No   | Nrm  | Lowers foe's evasiveness by 50%|
| Swift          | 60  | --- |  No   | Nrm  | Always hits.                   |
| Swords Dance   | --- | --- |  No   | Nrm  | Attack raises by 100%          |
| Synthesis      | --- | --- |  No   | Grs  | Heals 50% of max HP, 100%      |
|                |     |     |       |      | during Sunny Day.              |
| Tackle         | 35  | 95  |  Yes  | Nrm  |                                |
| Tail Glow      | --- | --- |  No   | Bug  | Special Attack rises by 100%   |
| Tail Whip      | --- | 100 |  No   | Nrm  | Foe's defense falls by 50%     |
| Take Down      | 90  | 85  |  Yes  | Nrm  | Takes 1/4 recoil damage.       |
| Taunt          | --- | 100 |  No   | Drk  | Foe can't use non-damaging     |
|                |     |     |       |      | moves for 2 turns.             |
| Teeter Dance   | --- | 100 |  No   | Nrm  | All Pokemon become confused.   |
| Teleport       | --- | 100 |  No   | Psy  | Flees from wild encounters.    |
| Thief          | 40  | 100 |  Yes  | Drk  | Steals foe's item if you do not|
|                |     |     |       |      | have one of your own.          |
| Thrash         | 90  | 100 |  Yes  | Nrm  | Continues 2-3 turns, then you  |
|                |     |     |       |      | become confused.               |
| Thunder        | 120 | 70  |  No   | Ele  | 30% paralysis chance. 100%     |
|                |     |     |       |      | Accuracy during Rain Dance.    |
| Thunder Wave   | --- | 100 |  No   | Ele  | Foe becomes paralyzed.         |
| Thunderbolt    | 95  | 100 |  No   | Ele  | 10% paralysis rate.            |
| Thunderpunch   | 75  | 100 |  Yes  | Ele  | 10% paralysis rate.            |
| Thundershock   | 40  | 100 |  No   | Ele  | 10% paralysis rate.            |
| Tickle         | --- | 100 |  Yes  | Nrm  | Lowers foe's Attack and Defense|
|                |     |     |       |      | by 50%                         |
| Torment        | --- | 100 |  No   | Drk  | Foe can't use the same move    |
|                |     |     |       |      | twice in a row.                |
| Toxic          | --- | 85  |  No   | Psn  | Greatly poisons opponent.      |
| Tri-Attack     | 80  | 100 |  No   | Nrm  | 10% chance of foe becoming     |
|                |     |     |       |      | burned, frozen, or paralyzed.  |
| Trick          | --- | 100 |  No   | Psy  | Switches held items with foe.  |
| Twister        | 40  | 100 |  No   | Dgn  | 10% flinch chance. Double      |
|                |     |     |       |      | damage if foe used Fly.        |
| Uproar         | 50  | 100 |  No   | Nrm  | 2-5 turns. Pokemon can't sleep.|
| Vicegrip       | 55  | 100 |  Yes  | Nrm  |                                |
| Vital Throw    | 70  | 100 |  Yes  | Fgt  | Goes last.                     |
| Water Gun      | 40  | 100 |  No   | Wtr  |                                |
| Water Pulse    | 60  | 100 |  No   | Wtr  | 30% chance of confusion.       |
| Water Sport    | --- | --- |  No   | Wtr  | Halves fire damage.            |
| Water Spout    | 150 | 100 |  No   | Wtr  | Weaker as HP decreases.        |
| Waterfall      | 80  | 100 |  No   | Wtr  |                                |
| Weather Ball   | 50  | 100 |  No   | Nrm  | Becomes a fire type during     |
|                |     |     |       |      | Sunny Day, water during Rain   |
|                |     |     |       |      | Dance, and Ice during Hail.    |
| Whirlpool      | 15  | 70  |  No   | Wtr  | Lasts 2-5 turns, traps foe.    |
| Whirlwind      | --- | 100 |  No   | Nrm  | Forces foe to flee or switch.  |
| Will-o-wisp    | --- | 75  |  No   | Fire | Burns foe.                     |
| Wing Attack    | 60  | 100 |  Yes  | Fly  |                                |
| Wish           | --- | --- |  No   | Nrm  | Heals half of max HP on next   |
|                |     |     |       |      | turn.                          |
| Wrap           | 15  | 85  |  Yes  | Nrm  | Lasts 2-5 turns. Traps foe.    |
| Yawn           | --- | 100 |  No   | Nrm  | Foe falls asleep next turn.    |
| Zap Cannon     | 100 | 50  |  No   | Ele  | Foe becomes paralyzed.         |
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                               {12.0} Breeding
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Breeding is an essential thing to raising good Pokemon. There are many
advantages to it, such as passing new moves and TMs or getting multiples of
rare one of a kind Pokemon. Breeding is easy, all you have to do is go to the
house west of Mauville. There will be a breeding center there. Get a male
Pokemon and a female Pokemon in the same egg group and let them sit there.
Come back later and you may find an egg. Hatch it into a Level 5 Pokemon.

What are egg groups though? Egg groups are all the Pokemon that can breed with
each other. It doesn't have to be the same species. They will have a
guaranteed chance of breeding when put together. Due to the gigantic amount of
Pokemon, I'm only listing their basic evolutions. All of their evolutions are
in the same egg group though except for the Nidoran family, pre-evolutions and
a few others. Genderless Pokemon can only breed with Ditto reguardless of
their egg groups with an exception of No Eggs.

Egg Groups:

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| Egg Group     | Pokemon Name         | Also In This Egg Group |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
| Water 1       | Poliwag              |                        |
|               | Mantine              |                        |
|               | Surskit              | Bug                    |
|               | Wingull              | Flying                 |
|               | Clamperl             |                        |
|               | Psyduck              | Ground                 |
|               | Mudkip               | Monster                |
|               | Seel                 | Ground                 |
|               | Marill               | Fairy                  |
|               | Lapras               | Monster                |
|               | Lotad                | Plant                  |
|               | Wooper               | Ground                 |
|               | Totodile             | Monster                |
|               | Omanyte              | Water 3                |
|               | Remoraid             | Water 2                |
|               | Horsea               | Dragon                 |
|               | Spheal               | Ground                 |
|               | Delibird             | Ground                 |
|               | Relicanth            | Water 2                |
|               | Dratini              | Dragon                 |
|               | Kabuto               | Water 3                |
|               | Corsola              | Water 3                |
|               | Corphish             | Water 3                |
|               | Feebas               | Dragon                 |
|               | Squirtle             | Monster                |
|               | Slowpoke             | Monster                |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
| Bug           | Caterpie             |                        |
|               | Weedle               |                        |
|               | Scyther              |                        |
|               | Venonat              |                        |
|               | Paras                | Plant                  |
|               | Pinsir               |                        |
|               | Ledyba               |                        |
|               | Spinarak             |                        |
|               | Yanma                |                        |
|               | Pineco               |                        |
|               | Gligar               |                        |
|               | Shuckle              |                        |
|               | Heracross            |                        |
|               | Wurmple              |                        |
|               | Surskit              | Water 1                |
|               | Nincada              |                        |
|               | Volbeat              | Humanshape             |
|               | Illumise             | Humanshape             |
|               | Trapinch             |                        |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
| Plant         | Bulbasaur            | Monster                |
|               | Oddish               |                        |
|               | Paras                | Bug                    |
|               | Bellsprout           |                        |
|               | Exeggcute            |                        |
|               | Tangela              |                        |
|               | Chikorita            | Monster                |
|               | Hoppip               | Fairy                  |
|               | Sunkern              |                        |
|               | Lotad                | Water 1                |
|               | Seedot               | Ground                 |
|               | Roselia              | Fairy                  |
|               | Cacnea               | Humanshape             |
|               | Tropius              | Monster                |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
| Water 2       | Goldeen              |                        |
|               | Magikarp             | Dragon                 |
|               | Chinchou             |                        |
|               | Qwilfish             |                        |
|               | Carvanha             |                        |
|               | Wailmer              | Ground                 |
|               | Barboach             |                        |
|               | Relicanth            | Water 1                |
|               | Luvdisc              |                        |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
| Water 3       | Tentacool            |                        |
|               | Shellder             |                        |
|               | Krabby               |                        |
|               | Staryu               |                        |
|               | Omanyte              | Water 1                |
|               | Kabuto               | Water 1                |
|               | Corsola              | Water 1                |
|               | Remoraid             | Water 1                |
|               | Corphish             | Water 3                |
|               | Lileep               |                        |
|               | Anorith              |                        |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
| Monster       | Bulbasaur            | Plant                  |
|               | Charmander           | Dragon                 |
|               | Squirtle             | Water 1                |
|               | Nidoran Female(ONLY) | Ground                 |
|               | Nidoran Male(ONLY)   | Ground                 |
|               | Slowpoke             | Water 1                |
|               | Cubone               |                        |
|               | Lickitung            |                        |
|               | Rhyhorn              | Ground                 |
|               | Kangaskhan           |                        |
|               | Snorlax              |                        |
|               | Chikorita            | Plant                  |
|               | Totodile             | Water 1                |
|               | Mareep               | Ground                 |
|               | Larvitar             |                        |
|               | Treecko              | Dragon                 |
|               | Mudkip               | Water 1                |
|               | Whismur              | Ground                 |
|               | Aron                 |                        |
|               | Tropius              | Plant                  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
| Dragon        | Charmander           | Monster                |
|               | Ekans                | Dragon                 |
|               | Horsea               | Water 1                |
|               | Magikarp             | Water 2                |
|               | Dratini              | Water 1                |
|               | Treecko              | Monster                |
|               | Swablu               | Flying                 |
|               | Feebas               | Water 1                |
|               | Bagon                |                        |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
| Flying        | Pidgey               |                        |
|               | Spearow              |                        |
|               | Zubat                |                        |
|               | Farfetch'd           | Ground                 |
|               | Dodrio               |                        |
|               | Aerodactyl           |                        |
|               | Hoothoot             |                        |
|               | Togetic              | Fairy                  |
|               | Natu                 |                        |
|               | Murkrow              |                        |
|               | Skarmory             |                        |
|               | Taillow              |                        |
|               | Wingull              | Water 1                |
|               | Swablue              | Dragon                 |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
| Fairy         | Pikachu              | Ground                 |
|               | Clefairy             |                        |
|               | Jigglypuff           |                        |
|               | Chansey              |                        |
|               | Togetic              | Flying                 |
|               | Marill               | Water 1                |
|               | Hoppip               | Plant                  |
|               | Snubbull             | Ground                 |
|               | Skitty               | Ground                 |
|               | Mawile               | Ground                 |
|               | Plusle               |                        |
|               | Minun                |                        |
|               | Roselia              | Plant                  |
|               | Castform             | Indeterminate          |
|               | Snorunt              | Mineral                |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
| Humanshape    | Abra                 |                        |
|               | Machop               |                        |
|               | Drowzee              |                        |
|               | Hitmonlee            |                        |
|               | Hitmonchan           |                        |
|               | Mr. Mime             |                        |
|               | Jynx                 |                        |
|               | Electabuzz           |                        |
|               | Magmar               |                        |
|               | Hitmontop            |                        |
|               | Makuhita             |                        |
|               | Sableye              |                        |
|               | Meditite             |                        |
|               | Volbeat              | Bug                    |
|               | Illumise             | Bug                    |
|               | Spinda               | Ground                 |
|               | Cacnea               | Plant                  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
| Mineral       | Geodude              |                        |
|               | Magnemite            |                        |
|               | Onix                 |                        |
|               | Voltorb              |                        |
|               | Porygon              |                        |
|               | Sudowoodo            |                        |
|               | Shedinja             |                        |
|               | Nosepass             |                        |
|               | Lunatone             |                        |
|               | Solrock              |                        |
|               | Snorunt              | Fairy                  |
|               | Beldum               |                        |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
| Indeterminate | Grimer               |                        |
|               | Gastly               |                        |
|               | Koffing              |                        |
|               | Misdreavus           |                        |
|               | Wobbuffet            |                        |
|               | Snubbull             |                        |
|               | Ralts                |                        |
|               | Gulpin               |                        |
|               | Castform             | Fairy                  |
|               | Shuppet              |                        |
|               | Duskull              |                        |
|               | Chimecho             |                        |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
| Ground        | Rattata              |                        |
|               | Ekans                | Dragon                 |
|               | Pikachu              | Fairy                  |
|               | Sandshrew            |                        |
|               | Nidoran Female(ONLY) | Monster                |
|               | Nidoran Male(ONLY)   | Monster                |
|               | Vulpix               |                        |
|               | Diglett              |                        |
|               | Meowth               |                        |
|               | Psyduck              | Water 1                |
|               | Mankey               |                        |
|               | Growlithe            |                        |
|               | Ponyta               |                        |
|               | Fatfetch'd           | Flying                 |
|               | Seel                 | Water 1                |
|               | Rhyhorn              | Monster                |
|               | Tauros               |                        |
|               | Eevee                |                        |
|               | Cyndaquil            |                        |
|               | Sentret              |                        |
|               | Mareep               | Monster                |
|               | Aipom                |                        |
|               | Wooper               | Water 1                |
|               | Girafarig            |                        |
|               | Dunsparce            |                        |
|               | Snubbull             | Fairy                  |
|               | Sneasel              |                        |
|               | Teddiursa            |                        |
|               | Swinub               |                        |
|               | Delibird             | Water 1                |
|               | Houndour             |                        |
|               | Phanpy               |                        |
|               | Stantler             |                        |
|               | Smeargle             |                        |
|               | Miltank              |                        |
|               | Torchic              |                        |
|               | Poochyena            |                        |
|               | Zigzagoon            |                        |
|               | Seedot               | Plant                  |
|               | Whismur              | Monster                |
|               | Skitty               | Fairy                  |
|               | Mawile               | Fairy                  |
|               | Electrike            |                        |
|               | Wailmer              | Water 2                |
|               | Numel                |                        |
|               | Torkoal              |                        |
|               | Spoink               |                        |
|               | Spinda               | Humanshape             |
|               | Seviper              | Dragon                 |
|               | Zangoose             |                        |
|               | Kecleon              |                        |
|               | Absol                |                        |
|               | Spheal               | Water 1                |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
| Ditto         | Ditto                |                        |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
| No Eggs       | Nidorina             |                        |
|               | Nidorino             |                        |
|               | Nidoking             |                        |
|               | Nidoqueen            |                        |
|               | Articuno             |                        |
|               | Zapdos               |                        |
|               | Moltres              |                        |
|               | Mewtwo               |                        |
|               | Mew                  |                        |
|               | Pichu                |                        |
|               | Igglybuff            |                        |
|               | Togepi               |                        |
|               | Cleffa               |                        |
|               | Unown                |                        |
|               | Tyrogue              |                        |
|               | Magby                |                        |
|               | Smoochum             |                        |
|               | Elekid               |                        |
|               | Raikou               |                        |
|               | Suicune              |                        |
|               | Entei                |                        |
|               | Lugia                |                        |
|               | Ho-oh                |                        |
|               | Celebi               |                        |
|               | Azurill              |                        |
|               | Wynaut               |                        |
|               | Regirock             |                        |
|               | Regice               |                        |
|               | Registeel            |                        |
|               | Latias               |                        |
|               | Latios               |                        |
|               | Kyogre               |                        |
|               | Groudon              |                        |
|               | Rayquaza             |                        |
|               | Jirachi              |                        |
|               | Deoxys               |                        |
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Note: It's possible that a Pokemon can be in 2 egg groups.
      The ones in No Eggs group can't breed, even with a Ditto. Duh.

Although sometimes the breeding guy will say that the two Pokemon don't like
each other, they will still breed but it will just take longer. Genderless
Pokemon can only breed with a Ditto and the egg will not be Ditto.

When breeding two different species, the egg will always be the species of the
female. The egg can take a certain amount of steps before hatching. Here's the
different number of steps before hatching:

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| 1280          | Magikarp             |
|--------------------------------------|
| 2560          | Azurill              |
|               | Cleffa               |
|               | Igglybuff            |
|               | Pichu                |
|               | Togepi               |
|--------------------------------------|
| 3840          | Caterpie             |
|               | Corphish             |
|               | Geodude              |
|               | Hoothoot             |
|               | Volbeat              |
|               | Illumise             |
|               | Ledyba               |
|               | Lotad                |
|               | Nincada              |
|               | Pidgey               |
|               | Poochyena            |
|               | Rattata              |
|               | Seedot               |
|               | Sentret              |
|               | Shroomish            |
|               | Skitty               |
|               | Slakoth              |
|               | Spearow              |
|               | Spinarak             |
|               | Spinda               |
|               | Surskit              |
|               | Taillow              |
|               | Volbeat              |
|               | Weedle               |
|               | Wurmple              |
|               | Zigzagoon            |
|               | Zubat                |
|--------------------------------------|
| 5120          | Bulbasaur            |
|               | Abra                 |
|               | Aipom                |
|               | Barboach             |
|               | Bellsprout           |
|               | Cacnea               |
|               | Carvanha             |
|               | Charmander           |
|               | Chikorita            |
|               | Chinchou             |
|               | Clamperl             |
|               | Corsola              |
|               | Cubone               |
|               | Cyndaquil            |
|               | Delibird             |
|               | Diglett              |
|               | Ditto                |
|               | Doduo                |
|               | Phanpy               |
|               | Drowzee              |
|               | Dunsparce            |
|               | Ekans                |
|               | Electrike            |
|               | Exeggcute            |
|               | Farfetch'd           |
|               | Feebas               |
|               | Gastly               |
|               | Girafarig            |
|               | Gligar               |
|               | Goldeen              |
|               | Grimer               |
|               | Growlithe            |
|               | Gulpin               |
|               | Hoppip               |
|               | Horsea               |
|               | Houndour             |
|               | Kangaskhan           |
|               | Kecleon              |
|               | Koffing              |
|               | Krabby               |
|               | Lickitung            |
|               | Luvdisc              |
|               | Machop               |
|               | Magnemite            |
|               | Makuhita             |
|               | Mankey               |
|               | Mareep               |
|               | Mawile               |
|               | Meditite             |
|               | Meowth               |
|               | Miltank              |
|               | Minun                |
|               | Mudkip               |
|               | Murkrow              |
|               | Natu                 |
|               | Nidoran(M and F)     |
|               | Nosepass             |
|               | Numel                |
|               | Oddish               |
|               | Paras                |
|               | Pineco               |
|               | Plusle               |
|               | Poliwag              |
|               | Ponyta               |
|               | Porygon              |
|               | Psyduck              |
|               | Qwilfish             |
|               | Ralts                |
|               | Remoraid             |
|               | Rhyhorn              |
|               | Roselia              |
|               | Seel                 |
|               | Seviper              |
|               | Shellder             |
|               | Shuckle              |
|               | Slowpoke             |
|               | Slugma               |
|               | Smeargle             |
|               | Sneasel              |
|               | Snorunt              |
|               | Snubbull             |
|               | Spheal               |
|               | Spoink               |
|               | Squirtle             |
|               | Stantler             |
|               | Staryu               |
|               | Sudowoodo            |
|               | Sunkern              |
|               | Swablu               |
|               | Swinub               |
|               | Tangela              |
|               | Tauros               |
|               | Teddiursa            |
|               | Tentacool            |
|               | Torchic              |
|               | Torkoal              |
|               | Totodile             |
|               | Trapinch             |
|               | Treecko              |
|               | Voltorb              |
|               | Vulpix               |
|               | Whismur              |
|               | Wingull              |
|               | Wooper               |
|               | Wynaut               |
|               | Yanma                |
|               | Zangoose             |
|--------------------------------------|
| 6400          | Absol                |
|               | Castform             |
|               | Chimecho             |
|               | Duskull              |
|               | Elekid               |
|               | Heracross            |
|               | Tyrogue              |
|               | Smoochun             |
|               | Magby                |
|               | Mantine              |
|               | Misdreavus           |
|               | Mr. Mime             |
|               | Onix                 |
|               | Pinsir               |
|               | Sableye              |
|               | Sandshrew            |
|               | Scyther              |
|               | Shuppet              |
|               | Skarmory             |
|               | Tropius              |
|               | Venonat              |
|--------------------------------------|
| 7680          | Anorith              |
|               | Kabuto               |
|               | Lileep               |
|               | Omanyte              |                         
|--------------------------------------|
| 8960          | Aerodactyl           |
|               | Aron                 |
|               | Eevee                |
|--------------------------------------|
| 10,240        | Bagon                |
|               | Chansey              |
|               | Dratini              |
|               | Lapras               |
|               | Larvitar             |
|               | Relicanth            |
|               | Snorlax              |
|               | Wailmer              |
 --------------------------------------

You can breed moves onto the baby Pokemon. There are several ways to do this.

1. The baby Pokemon will always have the moves that it should have at level 5.

2. If both the mother and the father has a move that a baby Pokemon can learn
by level up, the baby will have that move.

3. If the father has an egg move that the baby can only learn by breeding, the
baby will (Obviously) have that move.

4. If the father knows a TM/HM move that the baby can learn, the baby will
have that move.

Due to #4, it is wise to teach TMs to males or genderless Pokemon rather than
females so you can breed to many other Pokemon. Remember that TM moves that a
Pokemon learns naturally can still be bred to a Pokemon as a TM!

The baby Pokemon's stats I think are in no way related to the mother/father.
Many people are still not sure if the IVs are related, but most likely not.

Remember to try to get egg moves onto a Pokemon! They are often very good
moves that can't be learned in any other way.


Some Pokemon have certain exceptions to breeding rules. One of them is
Volbeat and Illumise. When Illumise is the female Pokemon, if it is at a
higher level than its mate the baby will become an Illumise. If it is at a
lower level, the baby will become a Volbeat.

For the Nidoran family, the baby of Nidoran Female can be either Nidoran Male
or another female.


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                        {13.0} Basic Battle Strategy
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This section is dedicated for those who want to learn a few things about
competitive battling, or battling friends. There are more to it than having a
full team of sweepers, or 4 attack Pokemon. There are EVs and IVs, Base Stats,
and much more. Learn how to use each one effectively. You don't have to worry
much about knowing this if you don't ever plan to battle friends.


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                             [13.1] Hidden Values
==============================================================================

Base Stats: Base Stats are the foundations of each Pokemon. It's the reason
why some Pokemon have higher stats than others. There's one Base Stat for
every stat, HP, Attack, Defense, Speed, Special Attack, and Special Defense.
The higher it is, the stronger your Pokemon. They are the same for all
Pokemon. Ex:

Sceptile:
HP: 60
Att: 80
Def: 65
Spd: 120
Sp att: 105
Sp Def: 80

This shows that all Sceptile will have very high Speed, high Special Attack,
average Special Defense and Attack, and low HP and Defense. 80 is about the
average for fully evolved Pokemon.

IVs: IVs stand for Individual Values. This is what makes each Pokemon "unique"
with different stats. Like Base Stats, there's one for every stat: HP, Attack,
Defense, Speed, Special Attack, and Special Defense. They range from 0-31.
The higher the number, the better. To obtain max stats, you must have all IVs
of 31. Your max stat for each stat will be lowered by 1 for each IV lower than
31.

IVs are given to each Pokemon as soon as you A) Encounter them, B) Get their
egg, or C) Get in an ingame trade. They cannot be changed no matter what like
Base Stats. 

EVs: EVs stand for Effort Value and is the biggest effect on stats. There is
one for every stat like the other two and can't be changed. Each Pokemon start
with 0 EVs when they are caught or hatched. If it is traded from your friend,
it still has the same EVs as when he/she gave it to you.

Each time you fight a Pokemon, you get between 1-3 EVs. Usually, the EVs given
to you are based on the Pokemon's highest stats. Once you recieve them, you
cannot change them. You can't see what your current EV count is either so your
best bet would be to write them on a piece of paper. After you get 4 EVs for
1 stat, 1 extra point is added to your stat total when you level up. You can
get high stats in the ones you want in this way.

However, there is a cap to EVs. You can't have more than 255 EVs in one stat
and no more than 510 total. That means you can't have max stats in every stat.
This is why people like to use only either physical or special attacks, to
save on EVs.

This is also the reason Pokemon aren't as strong when you only use Rare Candy
on them. After you max out your EVs though, it is safe to use them as they
will no longer effect stats. When you're at Level 100 and still aren't done
EV training(0_o) then just get EVs, deposit in a box, and withdraw to have a
new total of stats.

When EV training for a specific stat, it will be rather slow. To speed it up,
you can do several things. First, you can buy vitamins such as Carbos and
Protein. Each one adds 10 EVs to a stat, but can't be used after more than
100 EVs have been collected in that stat. Another thing is the Macho Brace.
It will lower speed, but nor permanently. You will get double the EVs when
battling. There is also another rare condition called Pokerus, marked as PKRS.
This will again double the amount of EVs you get and combined with the Macho
Brace, you get 4 times the EVs as normal!

When battling, if you switch to another Pokemon both Pokemon get the normal
amount of EVs as if only one were battling. Same with Experience Share.

For a list of the EVs a Pokemon gives, look in the Pokedex section. To see
where the good training areas are in this game, look here.

HP: In the tunnel near Rustboro. All the Whismur give 1 HP EV.

Attack: Fishing to the right of Mauville with a Super Rod. Sharpedo give 2 EVs
and Carvanha 1. In Sapphire, you can also train in Mt. Pyre where there are
mostly Shuppet(1).

Defense: I actually don't know for this one. I guess you can try the Fiery
path for Koffing and Torkoal if you have the Ruby version. You can also dive
underwater for Clamperl(1), but ignore the Chinchou as it gives 1 HP EV. It's
also rarer to encounter Pokemon while diving.

Speed: If you surf east of Mauville, there's a spot where there's
Electrike(1), Manectric(2), Wingull(1), Zigzagoon(1), and Linoone(2).
Kecleon's pretty rare here, but it gives 1 Special Defense EV.

Sp Att: Pretty difficult. I'll take egevari or the Advanced Trainer Guide's
suggestion and say Route 112 (Numel, 1) or Route 113(Spinda, 1). Run away
from anything else.

Sp Def: The Abandoned Ship, or most oceans that have Tentacool(1) and
Tentacruel(2).

If you own the Ruby Version, Mt. Pyre is a nice place to train for those who
want Defense and Special Defense. Just go get Duskulls(1 Def, 1 Sp Def.)

It takes a lot of breeding to get the perfect Pokemon.


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                             [13.2] Team Building
==============================================================================

There are several things in which you should keep in mind when building a
team. 1. It doesn't matter which Pokemon you use as long as the team combined
has no more than 2 weaknesses to the same type. 2. People tend to disrespect
you if you use legendaries. 3. Make sure you don't have no more than 3 of
the same type attacks on an entire team, and also have at least 14/17 types
of attacks on your team.

When making a moveset, it's a good idea to know what works and what does't.
Make sure you don't have more than two of the same type damaging attacks on
the same Pokemon. It's pretty stupid since they'll both deal damage and you
can use that spot for a different type of attack. I also wouldn't have both
Special Attack and Attack moves on a Pokemon unless they can handle it well
because of EVs. Read the EV section for more information. You want some good
Speed on attacking Pokemon since you don't want the opponent to have a chance
to counterattack. If you feel the need to use a TM, make sure you read the
Breeding section so you can pass it on and not waste it on just one Pokemon.

Defense is also a good strategy. Most novice players will only use attacking
moves on their Pokemon, such as:

Tyranitar@Shell Bell
Rock Slide
Earthquake
Blizzard
Fire Blast

Well, why not have a very strong defense to stop their attacks? Using a
Pokemon like Regirock will be strong against most of its attacks since it has
a godly defense. Toxic would make the opponent lose a lot of health as he/she
tries to deal damage.

If you still don't like non-damaging moves, you could look at it this way. 
Using Swords Dance and Recover are non-damaging, yet they aid you in your
offensive attacks. That's still a non-damagin strategy. Keep in mind that
that something like Bulk Up will equal one half of Swords Dance and is still
effective.

Make sure you breed a lot to get your Pokemon and use egg moves and TMs. These
can get valuable moves onto a Pokemon that will make it much more effective
in battle. Always take advantage of STAB(Same Type Attack Boost), and Hidden
Power whatever yours might be.


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                                 {14.0} FAQ
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Q: Why don't you do Pokemon appearance percentages for fishing?
A: Way too much of a hassle with the method of fishing in this game. Too many
get away, no nibbles, etc. I apologize for that...


Q: How do I get to Mirage Island?
A: Total luck. Just talk to the man at Pacifidilog Town that looks outside his
window every day. If he says that it's there, surf to the east of the town.
You'll find wild Wynaut and the rare Liechi Berry. It's only there for that
day!


Q: How do I get the Eon Ticket?
A: Through Nintendo Power's E-Reader card. If you never got that issue, well,
tough luck.


Q: How do I get to the Southern Island and get Soul Dew?
A: You need the Eon Ticket.


Q: Where do I get the rare berries?
A: Liechi you can get on Mirage Island, but the rest are E-Reader cards.


Q: Can you catch the old Pokemon in this game?
A: No, you must trade with Fire Red/Leaf Green/Colosseum.


Q: How does Wurmple evolve?
A: Beats me. It's not gender or time despite what anyone says. Please don't
E-mail me about this topic.


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                               {15.0} Closing
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Thanks for reading this document and I hope that it helped. If you have
further questions, E-mail me at:



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