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    Pokemon Emerald
    Item Guide
    By daisytwisted
    Email: chn_daisy@yahoo.com
    
    	Table Of Contents
    	1- Introduction
    	2- Items For Pokemon Emerald
    		2.1-Healing Items
    		2.2-Miscellanous Items
    		2.3-Attachable Items
    		2.4-PokeBalls
    		2.5-Key Items
    		2.6-Unobtainable Key Items 
    		2.7-Berries (UNCOMPLETED!)
    	3-Last But Not Least
    		3.1-FAQ 
    		3.2-Version History
    		3.3-Disclaimer
    		3.4-Credits
    		3.5-Contibutors
    
    CHAPTER 1- INTRODUCTION
    
    Pokemon Emerald was released on May 1, 2005. If you
    have this game, you could read this guide to find out
    all the items in the game.
    
    I will be writing this guide about the items in Pokemon Emerald. 
    I will try to list all of the items so you will know the
    whole list of them.
    	
    Remember that this is my very first FAQ, so please don't 
    bother me about it, or it will shock me for life.
    
    	
    CHAPTER 2- ITEMS FOR POKEMON EMERALD
    
    Here, I am writing the items, each with it's 
    name and description. If you found any mistakes,
    got any more infomation for an item in Emerald 
    or if I missed an item, email me and I will give
    you credit. 
    
    Now on to the guide!
    
    1- Healing Items
    
    These items are for healing Pokemon.
    You can cure them from Status ailments
    or you can cure their HP (Hit Points) &
    PP (Power Points).
    
    I will also tell you the description of
    the item and how much does it cost. If 
    you have the locations for the missing
    items, email me and I will give you credit.
    
    Here is the format:
    
    Item: The name of the item
    Where found: Where the item is found
    Cost: How much money does the 
    item cost
    Description: What the item does
    
    Healing Items In Emerald:
    
    Item: Antidote
    Where found: Pokemarts
    Cost: 100 Pokedollars
    Description: Cures your Pokemon from Poison.
    
    Item: Awakening
    Where found: Pokemarts
    Cost: 200 Pokedollars
    Description: Cures your Pokemon from Sleep.
    
    Item: Berry Juice
    Where found: Attached to Wild Shuckles
    Cost: Not for Sale
    Description: Recovers 20 HP.
    
    Item: Blue Flute
    Where found: Route 113-Soot Sack
    Cost: Don't Know
    Description: Cures your Pokemon from Sleep.
    
    Item: Burn Heal
    Where found: Pokemarts
    Cost: 100 Pokedollars
    Description: Cures your Pokemon from the nasty
    burns.
    
    Item: Elixir
    Where found: Caves
    Cost: Not for sale
    Description: Recovers 10 PP from one move of your
    Pokemon.
    
    Item: Energy Root
    Where found: Lavaridge Town
    Cost: 800 Pokedollars
    Description: Recovers 200 HP on one of your Pokemon, 
    but it tastes bitter.
    
    Item: Energy Powder
    Where found: Lavaridge Town
    Cost: 500 Pokedollars
    Description: Recovers 50 HP, but it tastes bitter.
    
    Item: Fresh Water
    Where found: Lilycove's Vending Machine
    Cost: 200 Pokedollars
    Description: Heals 50 HP at one of your Pokemon.
    
    Item: Full Heal
    Where found: Pokemart-Lilycove City-5F
    Cost: 600 Pokedollars
    Description: Cures any status ailment on one Pokemon.
    	
    Item: Full Restore
    Where found: Pokemon League Pokemart
    Cost: 3000 Pokedollars
    Description: Heals one Pokemon's HP and status ailments.
    
    Item: Heal Powder
    Where found: Lavaridge Town
    Cost: 450 Pokedollars
    Description: Cures all statues of a Pokemon, but it 
    tastes bitter.
    
    Item: Hyper Potion
    Where found: Pokemarts
    Cost: 1200 Pokedollars
    Description: Cures a Pokemon's for up to 200 HP.
    
    Item: Ice Heal
    Where found: Pokemarts
    Cost: 250 Pokedollars
    Description: Heals a Pokemon's Frozen Soild condition.
    	
    Item: Lava Cookie
    Where found: Jagged Pass
    Cost: 250 Pokedollars
    Description: Cures all status conditions for one Pokemon.
    
    Item: Lemonade
    Where found: Lilycove's Vending Machine-5F
    Cost: 350 Pokedollars
    Description: Recovers 80 HP from a Pokemon.
    
    Item: Max Elixir
    Where found: Caves
    Cost: Not for Sale
    Description: Restores all PP on a Pokemon.
    
    Item: Max Ether
    Where found: Caves
    Cost: Not for Sale
    Description: Restores all PP on one Pokemon move.
    
    Item: Max Potion
    Where found: Pokemon League Pokemart
    Cost: 2500 Pokedollars
    Description:  Completely restores one Pokemon's HP.
    
    Item: Max Revive
    Where found: Caves
    Cost: Not for Sale
    Description: Revives fainted Pokemon and completely 
    restores HP.
    
    Item: Moo Moo Milk
    Where found: Island 2 at FR/LG
    Cost: 500 Pokedollars
    Description: Recovers 100 HP on one Pokemon.
    
    Item: Paralyz Heal
    Where found: Pokemarts
    Cost: 200 Pokedollars
    Description: Heals a Pokemon paralysis.
    
    Item: Potion
    Where found: Petalburg and Dewford Pokemarts
    Cost: 300 Pokedollars
    Description: Cures 20 HP on one Pokemon.
    
    Item: Red Flute
    Where found: Route 113-Soot Sack
    Cost: 500 steps
    Description: Recovers Pokemon from attraction.
    
    Item: Revival Herb
    Where found: Lavaridge Town
    Cost: 2800 Pokedollars
    Description: Revives a Pokemon's full HP, but it 
    tastes bitter.
    
    Item: Revive
    Where found: Pokemarts
    Cost: 1500 Pokedollars
    Description: Heals half of a Pokemon's HP.
    
    Item: Scared Ash
    Where found: Obtain from Ho-Oh
    Cost: None
    Description: Revives all fainted Pokemon.
    
    Item: Soda Pop
    Where found: Route South of Slateport, Lilycove's
    Vending Machine
    Cost: 300 Pokedollars
    Description: Restores 60 HP on one Pokemon.
    	
    Item: Super Potion
    Where found: Pokemarts
    Cost: 700 Pokedollars
    Description: Restores 50 HP on one Pokemon.
    
    Item: Yellow Flute
    Where found: Route 113-Soot Sack
    Cost: 1000 steps
    Description: Recovers a Pokemon from Confusion.
    
    2-Miscellaneous Items
    
    These items are not required for playing the Pokemon game, 
    but they can help you in your travels.
    
    Miscellaneous Items In Emerald:
    
    Item: Bread Mail
    Where found: Trick House-8th Maze
    Cost: ?????
    Description: Sketch of a Pokemon that's holding the mail.
    
    Item: Big Mushroom
    Where found: Need Help!
    Cost: ?????
    Description: A rare mushroom that can be sold for a profit.
    
    Item: Big Pearl
    Where found: Shoal Cave, attached to wild Gulpin (rare)
    Cost: ?????
    Description: A big pearl that can be sold for a profit.
    
    Item: Black Flute
    Where found: Route 113-Soot Sack
    Cost: ?????
    Description: Encounter less Wild Pokemon in the wild.
    
    Item: Blue Shard
    Where found: Route 124
    Cost: ?????
    Description: Can be traded for a Water Stone 
    
    Item: Calcium
    Where found: Lilycove Department Store/Battle Frontier
    Cost: 9800 Pokedollars or 1 Battle Point
    Description: Raises a Pokemon Special Attack.
    
    Item: Carbos
    Where found: Lilycove Departmant Store/Battle Frontier
    Cost: 9800 Pokedollars or 1 Battle Point
    Description: Raises a Pokemon's Speed.
    
    Item: Dire Hit
    Where found: Mauville City, Fallarabor Town, Lilycove Department 
    Store and Route 110
    Cost: 650 Pokedollars
    Description: Increases a chance for a critial hit for one battle.
    
    Item: Dream Mail
    Where found: Island 6 in FR/LG
    Cost: ?????
    Description: Mail featuring a sketch a Pokemon who's holding it
    	
    Item: Escape Rope
    Where found: Pokemarts, Lilycove Department Store, Granite Cave
    Cost: 550 Pokedollars
    Description: Exits caves, dungeons and takes you back to the last 
    Pokemon Center you visited.
    
    Item: Fab Mail
    Where found: Need Help!
    Cost: ?????
    Description: Gorgeous Print Mail
    
    Item: Fire Stone
    Where found: Route 124-trade a Red Shard
    Cost: ?????
    Description: Evolves certain Pokemon.
    
    Item: Fluffy Tail
    Where found: Lilycove Department Store 
    Cost: 1000 Pokedollars
    Description: Escape from wild Pokemon
    
    Item: Gliter Mail
    Where found: Fortree City Trade, Trick House Maze 6
    Cost: 50 Pokedollars
    Description: Mail featuring Pikachu
    
    Item: Green Shard
    Where found: Route 124
    Cost: ?????
    Description: Can be traded for a Leaf Stone 
    
    Item: Guard Spec.
    Where found: Mauville City, Fallarabor Town, Lilycove Store
    and Route 103
    Cost: 700 Pokedollars
    Description: Guards stat reducing moves for one battle.
    
    Item: Harbor Mail
    Where found: Slatepory City, Abandoned Ship, Trick House 2nd Maze
    Cost: 100 Pokedollars
    Description: Mail featuring Wingull.
    
    Item: Heart Scale
    Cost: Wild Pokemon-Luvidsc (rare)
    Description: For the move tutor in RS so he can teach your 
    Pokemon a forgotten move
    
    Item: HP Up
    Where found: Lilycove Department Store/Battle Frontier
    Cost: 9800 Pokedollars or 1 Battle Point
    Description: Raises a Pokemon's HP.
    
    Item: Iron
    Where found: Lilycove Department Store/Battle Frontier
    Cost: 9800 Pokedollars or 1 Battle Point
    Description: Raises a Pokemon's defense.
    
    Item: Leaf Stone
    Where found: Route 124-trade a Green Shard
    Cost: ?????
    Description: Evolves certain Pokemon.
    
    Item: Max Repel
    Where found: PokeMarts, Lilycove Department Store
    Cost: 700 Pokedollars
    Description: Depending on 1st Pokemon level, no wild encounters for 
    that level and below, I think it's up to 250 steps
    
    Item: Mech Mail
    Where found: Lilycove Department Store and Trick House 2nd Maze
    Cost: ?????
    Description: Mail featuring Magnemite.
    
    Item: Moon Stone
    Where found: Meteor Falls
    Cost: ?????
    Description: Evolves certain Pokemon such as Skitty.
    
    Item: Nugget
    Where found: Routes 112, 120, other routes and attached to Grimer (rare)
    Cost: ????
    Description: A gold nugget that can be sold for lots of money.
    
    Item: Orange Mail
    Where found: Petalburg City/Trick House 1st Maze
    Cost: ?????
    Description: Mail featuring Zigzagoon.
    
    Item: Pearl
    Where found: Routes 124, 126 and 128 (only on ocean floor)
    Cost: ?????
    Description: A pearl, sells for a low price.
    
    Item: Pokedoll
    Where found: Celadon Department Store (FR/LG only)
    Cost: 1000 Pokedollars
    Description: Can escape from a wild Pokemon.
    
    Item: PP Max
    Where found: Trick House
    Cost: ?????
    Description: Raises PP of a Pokemon's move that is highest possible.
    
    Item: PP Up
    Where found: Caves/Dungeons
    Cost: ?????
    Description: Raises PP of a Pokemon's move.
    
    Item: Protein
    Where found: Lilycove Department Store/Battle Frontier
    Cost: 9800 Pokedollars or 1 Battle Point
    Description: Raises a Pokemon's Attack.
    
    Item: Rare Candy
    Where found: Routes 106, 110, 114, 119, 120, 123 and 132, plus Trick 
    House 1st Maze
    Cost: ?????
    Description: Raises a Pokemon's level by 1.
    
    Item: Red Shard
    Where found: Route 124
    Cost: ?????
    Description: Can be traded for Fire Stone 
    	
    Item: Repel
    Where found: Pokemarts
    Cost: 350 Pokedollars
    Description: Avoids wild Pokemon for 100 steps.
    
    Item: Retro Mail
    Where found: Celadon Department Store (FR/LG only)
    Cost: ?????
    Description: Mail featuring the three starter Pokemon.
    
    Item: Shadow Mail
    Where found: Sootopoils City, Trick House 3rd Maze
    Cost: ??????
    Description: Mail featuring Duskull.
    
    Item: Shoal Salt
    Where found: Shoal Cave
    Cost: ?????
    Description: Collect 4 to make a Shell Bell.
    
    Item: Shoal Shell
    Where found: Shoal Cave
    Cost: ?????
    Description: Collect 4 to make a Shell Bell.
    
    Item: Star Piece
    Where found: Route 133, attached to Staryu (rare)
    Cost: ?????
    Description: A shard of gem, sells very high.
    
    Item: Stardust
    Where found: Route 111, attached to Staryu (rare)
    Cost: ?????
    Description: Beautiful Sand, sells very high.
    
    Item: Sun Stone
    Where found: Mossdeep's Space Center
    Cost: ?????
    Description: Evolves certain Pokemon.
    
    Item: Super Repel
    Where found: Pokemarts
    Cost: 700 Pokedollars
    Description: No wild Pokemon encounters for 200 steps.
    
    Item: Thunder Stone
    Where found: Route 124-Trade a Yellow Shard
    Cost: ??????
    Description: Evolves certain Pokemon.
    
    Item: Tiny Mushroom
    Where found: Petalburg Woods
    Cost: ?????
    Description: A mushroom, sells for a low price.
    
    Item: Tropic Mail
    Where found: Pacifidlog Town, Trick house 7th Maze
    Cost: 50 Pokedollars
    Description: Mail featuring Bellossom.
    
    Item: Water Stone
    Where found: Route 124-trade a Blue Shard
    Cost: ????
    Description: Evolves certain Pokemon.
    
    Item: Wave Mail
    Where found: Lilycove Department Store, Trick House 2nd Maze
    Cost: 50 Pokedollars
    Description: Mail featuring Wailmer
    
    Item: White Flute
    Where found: Route 113-Soot Sack
    Cost: ????? steps
    Description: Encounter more wild Pokemon.
    
    Item: Wood Mail
    Where found: Fortree City/Trick House 3rd Maze
    Cost: 50 Pokedollars
    Description: Mail featuring Slakoth.
    
    Item: X Accuracy
    Where found: Pokemarts
    Cost: 950 Pokedollars
    Description: Raises accuracy for one battle.
    
    Item: X Attack
    Where found: Pokemarts
    Cost: 500 Pokedollars
    Description: Raises Attack for one battle.
    
    Item: X Defend
    Where found: Pokemarts
    Cost: 550 Pokedollars
    Description: Raises defense for one battle.
    
    Item: X Special
    Where found: Pokemarts
    Cost: 350 Pokedollars
    Description: Raises Special Attack for one battle.
    
    Item: X Speed
    Where found: Pokemarts
    Cost: 350 Pokedollars
    Description: Increases Speed for one battle.
    
    Item: Yellow Shard
    Where found: Route 124
    Cost: ????
    Description: Trade this item for a Thunder Stone at the
    Hunter's House 
    
    Item: Zinc
    Where found: Lilycove Department Store/Battle Frontier
    Cost: 9800 Pokedollars or 1 Battle Point
    Description: Raises Special Defense permanently.
    
    3-Attachable Items
    
    These items can be attached to a Pokemon.
    They could help it or confuses the Pokemon with an 
    added effect.
    
    Attachable Items in Emerald:
    
    Item: Amulet Coin
    Where found: Littleroot Town
    Cost: ????
    Description: Doubles the money you earned from 
    battles.
    
    Item: Black Belt
    Where found: Route 115 (after the 5th battle with Blackbelt
    Nob)
    Cost: ????
    Description: Any fighting move is raised by 10%
    
    Item: Black Glasses
    Where found: Route 116 (in a tunnel)
    Cost: ????
    Description: Any dark type moves increase by 10%
    	
    Item: Blue Scarf
    Where found: Slateport City (where the Chairman is)
    Cost: ????
    Description: Raises Beauty status if attached
    
    Item: Bright Powder
    Where found:
    Cost: ?????
    Description: Reduces accuracy on foe's Pokemon in battle
    
    Item: Charcoal
    Where found: Lavaridge Town (Herbal Shop)
    Cost: ?????
    Description: Raises Fire Type moves by 10%
    
    Item: Choice Band
    Where found:
    Cost: ????
    Description: Increases the first move used by 1.5
    
    Item: Cleanse Tag
    Where found:
    Cost: ????
    Description: Wild Pokemon encounter rate lowers
    
    Item: DeepSeaScale
    Where found: Slateport City
    Cost: ????
    Description: Raises Special Defense of a Clamperl, evolves
    Clamperl to a Gorebyss.
    
    Item: DeepSeaTooth
    Where found: Slateport City
    Cost: ????
    Description: Raises Special Attack of a Clamperl, evolves
    Clamperl to a Huntail.
    
    Item: Dragon Fang
    Where found: Meteor Falls (after your 5th battle with Dragon
    Tamer Nicolas)
    Cost: ?????
    Description: Dragon moves increase by 10%
    
    Item: Dragon Scale
    Where found: Attached on a Bagon or Horsea
    Cost: ????
    Description: Evolves Seadra into a Kingdra when you trade this
    item with it
    
    Item: Everstone
    Where found: Granite Cave/Wild Pokemon
    Cost: ????
    Description: Stops Pokemon evolving
    
    Item: EXP share
    Where found: Devon President after you deliver the letter to Steven
    Cost: ????
    Description: Pokemon gets EXP even if they are not in battles
    
    Item: Focus Band
    Where found: Shoal Cave-Low Tide or talking to others
    Cost: ????
    Description: May prevent fainting on one Pokemon.
    
    Item: Green Scarf
    Where found: Slateport City
    Cost: ????
    Description: When attached, raises Smart stat
    
    Item: Hard Stone
    Where found: Trick House/Wild Aron and Lairon
    Cost: ????
    Description: Any rock type move increases 10%
    
    Item: King's Rock
    Where found: Mossdeep City
    Cost: ????
    Description: May cause foe to flinch.
    
    Item: Lax Incense
    Where found: Mt. Pyre (fall in one of the holes)
    Cost: ????
    Description: Enemy's accuracy is lowered by 5%, give this item
    to a female Wobbuffet to get a Wynaut egg
    
    Item: Leftovers
    Where found: Garbage of S.S. Tidal 
    Cost: 48 BP in the Battle Frontier
    Description: Pokemon restores 1/16 HP every turn
    
    Item: Light Ball
    Where found: Wild Pikachu (rare)
    Cost: ????
    Description: Doubles the Special Attack of a Pikachu
    
    Item: Lucky Egg
    Where found: FireRed/LeafGreen
    Cost: ????
    Description: Doubles EXP in battles
    
    Item: Lucky Punch
    Where found: FireRed/LeafGreen
    Cost: ????
    Description: If attached to Chansey, critical ratio increases
    
    Item: Macho Brace
    Where found: Route 111 (fight the Winstrate family, the mother will
    give you the item)
    Cost: ????
    Description: Lowers speed but increases Effort Values
    
    Item: Magnet
    Where found: Trick House and New Maville
    Cost: ????
    Description: Increases Electric Type moves by 10%
    
    Item: Mental Herb
    Where found: Fortree City
    Cost: 48 BP in Battle Frontier
    Description: Prevents attraction on one Pokemon
    
    Item: Metal Coat
    Where found: Wild Magnemite
    Cost: ????
    Description: Steel moves increase by 10%
    
    Item: Metal Powder
    Where found: Wild Ditto (rare)
    Cost: ????
    Description: Ditto's Defense raised by 50%
    
    Item: Miracle Seed
    Where found: Petalburg Woods
    Cost: ????
    Description: Grass moves increased by 10%
    
    Item: Mystic Water
    Where found: Weather Insitute (Castform)
    Cost: ????
    Description: Water attacks increases by 10%
    
    Item: NeverMeltIce
    Where found: Shoal Cave
    Cost: ????
    Description: Ice moves increase by 10%
    
    Item: Pink Scarf
    Where found: Slateport City 
    Cost: ????
    Description: Raises Cute stats in contents
    
    Item: Poison Barb
    Where found: Wild Roselia/Cacnea
    Cost: ???
    Description: Poison moves increase by 10%
    
    Item: Quick Claw
    Where found: Rustboro City
    Cost: ????
    Description: Pokemon may attack first if they hold this item
    
    Item: Red Scarf
    Where found: Slateport City
    Cost: ????
    Description: Raises Cool stat in contests
    	
    Item: Scope Lens
    Where found: Battle Frontier
    Cost: 64 BP
    Description: Increases chance of a critical hit
    
    Item: Sea Incense
    Where found: Mt. Pyre
    Cost: ????
    Description: Water attacks also increase by 5%, if you breed a
    female Marill with this item, you can get a Azurill
    
    Item: Sharp Beak
    Where found: Wild Pokemon-Doduo (rare)
    Cost: ????
    Description: Increases flying type attacks by 10%
    
    Item: Shell Bell
    Where found: Shoal Cave
    Cost: ????
    Description: Restores HP by 1/8 on one Pokemon
    
    Item: Silk Scarf
    Where found:
    Cost: ????
    Description: Normal moves increase by 10%
    
    Item: Silver Powder
    Where found: Route 120 (after 5th battle with Bug Maniac Brandon)
    Cost: ????
    Description: Raises Bug moves by 10%
    
    Item: Smoke Ball
    Where found: Trick House/Wild Koffing
    Cost: ????
    Description: Can always run away from battles
    
    Item: Soft Sand
    Where found: Route 109/Wild Trapinch
    Cost: ????
    Description: Raises Ground moves by 10%
    
    Item: Soothe Bell
    Where found: Slateport City
    Cost: ????
    Description: Happiness level raises eaiser
    
    Item: Soul Dew
    Where found: Southern Island (requires Eon Ticket)
    Cost: ????
    Description: Doubles Latios and Latias Special Stats
    	
    Item: Spell Tag
    Where found: Wild Pokemon
    Cost: ????
    Description: Ghost Attacks increased by 10%
    
    Item: Stick
    Where found: FireRed/LeafGreen Trade
    Cost: ????
    Description: Farfetch'd critical hit ratio increases
    
    Item: Thick Club
    Where found: FireRed/LeafGreen Trade
    Cost: ????
    Description: Attach to Cubone or Marowak, their Attack rises to 100%
    
    Item: Twisted Spoon
    Where found: Wild Pokemon
    Cost: ????
    Description: Increases Psychic Attacks by 10%
    
    Item: Up-Grade
    Where found: Not in Emerald
    Cost: ????
    Description: Evolves Porygon to Porygon2
    
    Item: White Herb
    Where found: Battle Frontier
    Cost: 48 BP
    Description: Cures any status condition
    
    Item: Yellow Scarf
    Where found: Slateport City
    Cost: ????
    Description: When attached, raises Tough stat in contests
    	
    4- Poke Balls
    
    Without PokeBalls, you cannot capture Pokemon, so I will list the ball 
    in the ABC order, plus it's cost and effects. I will also add where the
    Balls will be located, plus their cost and sell prices.
    
    Poke Balls in Emerald:
    
    Item: Dive Ball
    Where found: Mossdeep City/ Only one in Abandoned Ship
    Cost: 1000 Pokedollars
    Description: Underwater pokemon catch rate increases by 3.5
    times, other species is a normal PokeBall
    
    Item: Great Ball
    Where found: Any PokeMart, starting from Mauville City
    Cost: 600 Pokedollars
    Description: 1.5 chance of catching a Pokemon
    
    Item: Luxury Ball
    Where found: Pokemon Contests
    Cost: 1000 Pokedollars
    Description: Pokemon will be more friendly if caught in this ball
    
    Item: Master Ball
    Where found: Team Aqua's Hideout (Lilycove City)
    Cost: NONE
    Description: Always captures the Pokemon. You can only get one every game.
    
    Item: Nest Ball
    Where found: Vedanturf Town/ Team Aqua's Hideout (one only)
    Cost: 1000 Pokedollars
    Description: The lower the Pokemon's level, the higher chance getting caught
    
    Item: Net Ball
    Where found: Mossdeep City PokeMart
    Cost: 1000 Pokedollars
    Description: Water and Bug type Pokemon, catching it with this ball increases 
    3.5% of capturing
    
    Item: Poke Ball
    Where found: Any PokeMart, starting from Petalburg City
    Cost: 200 Pokedollars
    Description: Regular Ball for catching Pokemon
    
    Item: Premier Ball
    Where found: Any PokeMart that has PokeBalls for sale
    Cost: Buy 10 Pokeballs, get one FREE
    Description: Same as a PokeBall, but color is reversed
    
    Item: Repeat Ball
    Where found: Rustboro PokeMart, Rusturf Tunnel and Route 116 (only one for
    each area)
    Cost: 1000 Pokedollars
    Description: 3 times chance of capturing the Pokemon if you already have it
    
    Item: Safari Ball
    Where found: Safari Zone
    Cost: 30 for 500 Pokedollars
    Description: Normal PokeBall. For Safari Zone use only.
    
    Item: Timer Ball
    Where found: Rustboro PokeMart, Rusturf Tunnel and Trick House (one for each
    area)
    Cost: 1000 Pokedollars
    Description: Catches a Pokemon every 10 turns
    
    Item: Ultra Ball
    Where found: PokeMarts everywhere starting from Fortree City
    Cost: 1200 Pokedollars
    Description: 2x chance of capturing a Pokemon
    
    5-Key Items
    
    Keys Items cannot be sold for money. They are very useful and you should use 
    the Bike if you have it, it lets you travel faster!
    
    Key Items in Emerald:
    
    Item: Acro Bike
    Where found: Rydel's Cycles in Mauville City
    Description: Travels 1.5 faster than walking on tall grass, also capable of some
    tricks
    
    Item: Aurora Ticket
    Where found: Mystery Gift at Nintendo
    Description: Allows you to go to Birth Island.
    
    Item: Basement Key
    Where found: Mauville City (Watton gives it to you)
    Description: Allows entry to New Mauville
    
    Item: Claw Fossil
    Where found: Mirage Pillar or Desert Underpass
    Description: Turns to Anorith in Rustboro's Devon Corporation Lab.
    
    Item: Coin Case
    Where found: Mauville City (go to the house straight to your path,
    the lady says she wants Harbor Mail, go to Slateport to buy it for
    her and you should get the Coin Case)
    Description: Holds Game Corner Coins
    
    Item: Contest Pass
    Where found: Lilycove City Contest Hall
    Description: Allows entry in Contests (only in Lilycove City
    they have contests, instead of Slateport City, Vedanturf Town,
    Lilycove City and Fallarabor Town, where each area holds one 
    contest)
    
    Item: Devon Goods
    Where found: Rusturf Tunnel
    Description: The Stolen Devon Goods, give to Slateport City.
    
    Item: Devon Scope
    Where found: Route 121 from Steven
    Description: Allows you to see invisible Pokemon such as Kecleon
    
    Item: Eon Ticket
    Where found: Mix Records with a person who has a Eon Ticket on
    Ruby or Sapphire
    Description: Allows you to travel to Southern Island where you
    can catch Latias or Latios at Level 50 with the Soul Dew item 
    inculded
    
    Item: Go-Goggles
    Where found: Lavaridge Town
    Description: Allows you to see Route ???'s Sandstorm
    
    Item: Good Rod
    Where found: Route 118
    Description: Hooks water Pokemon around Levels 20-30
    
    Item: Item Finder
    Where found: Route 110
    Description: Find hidden items, such as Hyper Potions
    
    Item: Letter
    Where found: Devon Corporation
    Description: Item to Steven in the Granite Cave
    
    Item: Mach Bike
    Where found: Rydel's Cycles in Mauville City
    Description: A bike that is very fast, faster than the Acro
    Bike in terms of Speed; can get you to Rayquaza in the Sky
    Pillar
    
    Item: Magma Emblem
    Where found: Mount Pyre
    Decription: Allows access to Team Magma's Hideout in Jagged Pass
    
    Item: Meteorite
    Where found: Mount Chimney
    Description: Given to Metor Falls scientist
    
    Item: Old Rod
    Where found: Dewford Town
    Description: Catches low level Pokemon in the high seas. Levels 
    are around 5-15.
    	
    Item: Old Sea Map
    Where found: Mystery Event or Pokemon Roms, I am not too sure at
    this moment
    Description: A chart that can take you to Faraway Island (used to 
    be called World's Edge Island)
    
    Item: PokeBlock Case
    Where found: Lilycove City Contest Hall
    Description: A case used to make Pokeblocks for Pokemon contests.
    
    Item: Powder Jar
    Where found: Petalburg City
    Description: Allows you to crush berries in the Berry Crusher. 
    
    Item: Room 1 Key
    Where found: Abandoned Ship
    Description: Opens Room 1 of the Abandoned Ship.
    
    Item: Room 2 Key
    Where found: Abandoned Ship
    Description: Opens Room 2 of the Abandoned Ship.
    
    Item: Room 4 Key
    Where found: Abandoned Ship
    Description: Opens Room 3 of the Abandoned Ship.
    
    Item: Room 6 Key
    Where found: Abandoned Ship
    Description: Opens Room 4 of the Abandoned Ship.
    	
    Item: Root Fossil
    Where found: Mirage Pillar (if you pick this fossil first) or Desert
    Underpass (if you picked this fossil second)
    Descriptions: Turns to Lileep in Rustboro's Devon Corporation Lab.
    
    Item: Scanner
    Where found: Abandoned Ship
    Description: Used to trade for a DeepSeaTooth or DeepSeaScale in 
    Slateport City.
    
    Item: S.S. Ticket
    Where found: Your house after you defeated the Elite Four
    Description: Ticket to a ferry at Slateport or Lilycove, can go
    to Battle Frontier to do battles
    
    Item: Storage Key
    Where found: Abandoned Ship
    Description: Opens Storage Room of the Abandoned Ship. With this
    key, you could get the Scanner that can be used for trade in 
    Slateport City.
    
    Item: Super Rod
    Where found: Mossdeep City
    Description: 
    Hooks high leveled water Pokemon. Levels are from 35
    to 40.
    
    Item: Wailmer Pail
    Where found: Route 104's Flower Shop
    Description: Water used on berries. Can help berries grow if you
    watered them enough with this pail.
    
    6-Unobtainable Key Items 
    
    These Key Items are unobtainable in Emerald. I will list the versions
    that you can get these items, but if you know any of the locations, 
    email me and I will give you credit in my Contibutors section. 
    
    Unobtainable Key Items In Emerald:
    
    Item: Berry Pouch
    Where found: FireRed/LeafGreen
    Description: Holds all of your berries and lists them in the right
    order.
    
    Item: Bike
    Where found: FireRed/LeafGreen's Cerulean City
    Description: Fast travel, sorry no tricks for this bike. 
    
    Item: Bike Voucher
    Where found: FireRed/LeafGreen's Vermillion City
    Description: Trade in Cerulean City to get a Bike.
    
    Item: Blue Orb
    Where found: Ruby/Sapphire's Mount Pyre
    Description: Contains ancient energy. You get this orb only in the
    Sapphire Version. 
    
    Item: Card Key
    Where found: FireRed/LeafGreen
    Description: Opens/unlocks doors in Sliph Company
    
    Item: Dome Fossil
    Where found: FireRed/LeafGreen's Mount Moon
    Description: When you give this item to the Cinnibar Lab, it will
    ressurrect into a Kabuto that is at Level 30
    
    Item: Elevator Key
    Where found: FireRed/LeafGreen
    Description: Powers the elevator in Celadon Mansion
    
    Item: Fame Checker
    Where found: FireRed/LeafGreen
    Description: Keep tracks of some trainers that want to rebattle you
    
    Item: Gold Teeth
    Where found: FireRed/LeafGreen's Safari Zone
    Description: When you give this item to Old Warden in the Safari Zone,
    he will give you HM4 Strength
    
    Item: Helix Fossil
    Where found: FireRed/LeafGreen Mount Moon
    Description: A fossil that will turn into an Level 30 Omanyte.
    
    Item: Oak's Parcel
    Where found: FireRed/LeafGreen's Vidrian City
    Description: Parcel to give to Oak in Pallet Town
    
    Item: Old Amber
    Where found: FireRed/LeafGreen 
    Description: A fossil that will turn into an Aerodactyl
    
    Item: Pokeflute
    Where found: FireRed/LeafGreen 
    Description: Awakes Sleeping Pokemon such as Snorlax
    
    Item: Rainbow Pass
    Where found: FireRed/LeafGreen
    Description: Lets you go to Rainbow Islands 4, 5, 6 and 7
    
    Item: Red Orb
    Where found: Ruby's Mount Pyre
    Description: Contains Ancient Energy of a Groudon
    
    Item: Ruby
    Where found: FireRed/LeafGreen
    Description: Powers up the Network Machine in Island 1
    
    Item: Sapphire
    Where found: FireRed/LeafGreen
    Description: Powers up the Network Machine in Island 1
    
    Item: Secret Key
    Where found: FireRed/LeafGreen Cinnibar's Mansion
    Description: Unlocks Cinnibar's Gym
    
    Item: Silph Scope
    Where found: FireRed/LeafGreen
    Description: Allows you to see Ghost Pokemon in Lavender's 
    Tower
    
    Item: Tea
    Where found: FireRed/LeafGreen
    Description: This tea will allow you to go to Saffron
    
    Item: Teachy TV
    Where found: FireRed/LeafGreen 
    Description: Gives you tips on how to play the game
    
    Item: TM Case
    Where found: FireRed/LeafGreen
    Description: Holds your TMs
    
    Item: Town Map
    Where found: FireRed/LeafGreen 
    Description: Views Kanto
    
    Item: Tri Pass
    Where found: FireRed/LeafGreen
    Description: Allows you to go to the Rainbow Islands
    
    Item: VS Seeker
    Where found: FireRed/LeafGreen
    Description: For trainer rematches
    
    7-Berries (UNCOMPLETED!)
    
    Berries....the items in Pokemon Emerald that can be held or planted.
    I will tell you infomation about all of the berries. Sorry that this
    is incomplete, but I will add three berries every day, so this list
    should take a while to complete.
    
    If you want to sell a berry, the shopkeepers will buy them for only
    5 Pokedollars each, so it's not worth it, unless you are short on
    Pokedollars. What could you do with ONLY 5 Pokedollars? Nothing, so
    don't waste your powerful berries on them.
    
    6/17/2005- Anybody who can list all the locations of all the berries in 
    this list, I will let them be a partner with me for this guide. Why
    can't I list them all? Because I have alot of work to do and to stop
    the viruses from coming to my email and the computer.
    
    These are the berries that can heal your Pokemon:
    
    Item: Cheri Berry
    Where found: Lilycove City
    Description: A berry that can heal Paralysis.
    
    Item: Chesto Berry
    Where found: Lilycove City
    Description: A berry that can heal Sleep.
    
    Item: Pecha Berry
    Where found: Lilycove City
    Description: A berry that can heal Poison.
    
    Item: Rawst Berry
    Where found: Lilycove City
    Description: A berry that can heal burns.
    
    Item: Aspear Berry
    Where found: Lilycove City
    Description: A berry that can heal a Frozen Pokemon.
    
    Item: Leppa Berry
    Where found: Lilycove City
    Description: Restores 10 Power Points to a Pokemon, but only if the
    Power Points is 0.
    
    Item: Oran Berry
    Where found: Lilycove City
    Description: Recovers 10 Hit Points on a Pokemon.
    
    Item: Persim Berry
    Where found:
    Description: Heals a Pokemon's Confusion status.
    
    Item: Lum Berry
    Where found:
    Description: Heals one Pokemon on all of it's Status Conditions.
    
    Item: Sitrus Berry
    Where found:
    Description: Recovers 30 HP on a Pokemon.
    
    These are the berries that can heal and confuse your Pokemon:
    
    Item: Figy Berry
    Where found:
    Description: Recovers HP but confuses Pokemon that dislike the Spicy
    flavor
    
    Item: Wiki Berry
    Where found:
    Description: Recovers HP but confuses Pokemon that dislike the Dry flavor
    
    Item: Mago Berry
    Where found:
    Description: Recovers HP but confuses Pokemon that dislike the Sweet flavor
    
    Item: Aguav Berry
    Where found:
    Description: Recovers HP but confuses Pokemon that dislike the Bitter flavor
    
    Item: Iapapa Berry
    Where found:
    Description: Recovers HP but confuses Pokemon that dislike the Sour flavor
    
    These are the berries that you can grow Pokeblocks from (not effective as the
    Pokeblock berries you see later on this guide), I think the taste is more than
    the first ten berries or so.
    
    Item: Razz Berry
    Where found:
    Description: Planted to grow Pokeblock berries
    
    Item: Bluk Berry
    Where found:
    Description: Planted to grow Pokeblock berries
    
    Item: Nanab Berry
    Where found:
    Description: Planted to grow Pokeblock berries
    
    Item: Wepear Berry
    Where found:
    Description: Planted to grow Pokeblock berries
    
    Item: Pinap Berry
    Where found:
    Description: Planted to grow Pokeblock berries
    
    These are the berries that can lower your Effort Points, so you can raise the
    Pokemon the right way this time!
    
    Item: Pomeg Berry
    Where found:
    Description: Lowers effort points for HP by 10 points
    
    Item: Kelpsy Berry
    Where found:
    Description: Lowers effort points for Attack by 10 points
    
    Item: Qualot Berry
    Where found:
    Description: Lowers effort points for Defense by 10 points
    
    Item: Hondew Berry
    Where found:
    Description: Lowers effort points for Special Attack by 10 points
    
    Item: Grepa Berry
    Where found:
    Description: Lowers effort points for Special Defense by 10 points
    
    Item: Tamato Berry
    Where found:
    Description: Lowers effort points for spped by 10 points
    
    These berries are Pokeblock berries. I hope you find the right combos 
    for each berry!
    
    Item: Cornn Berry
    Where found:
    Description: Pokeblock use only
    
    Item: Magost Berry
    Where found:
    Description: Pokeblock use only
    
    Item: Rabuta Berry
    Where found:
    Description: Pokeblock use only
    
    Item: Nomel Berry
    Where found:
    Description: Poekblock use only
    
    Item: Spelon Berry
    Where found:
    Description: Pokeblock use only
    
    Item: Patmre Berry
    Where found:
    Description: Pokeblock use only
    
    Item: Watmel Berry
    Where found:
    Description: Pokeblock use only
    
    Item: Durin Berry
    Where found: Route 123, Mossdeep City
    Description: Pokeblock use only
    
    Item: Belue Berry
    Where found: Lilycove City, Route 123
    Description: Pokeblock use only
    
    CHAPTER 3-LAST BUT NOT LEAST
    
    1- Frequently Asked Questions
    
    Q: Where can you get the Master Ball?
    
    In Team Aqua's Hideout. Same place as in Ruby/Sapphire. There's a
    Nugget next to it. Thanks to Eion for this infomation!
    
    Q: When are you going to complete this guide?
    
    I will post updates while I complete this guide. I am planning to
    update it almost everyday, even if I have alot of Homeworks and
    Essays to do in High School.
    
    Q: Can you help me in Emerald?
    
    I don't see why not, but the answer is NO, unless you know me in 
    real life.
    
    Q: How much does the mail cost?
    
    50 Pokedollars, if I put the ???? sign next to the cost. Check at
    the bottom question if you are so worried about the three mails 
    you can't get anywhere else.
    
    Q: Where do you get the Root and Claw Fossils?
    
    First fossil is in Mirage Pillar (used to be called Illusion
    Pillar), second fossil is in Desert Underpass (used to be 
    called the Desert Tunnel)
    
    Q: Where do you get the Item Finder?
    
    After you defeat your third rival battle.
    
    Q: Where do you get the S.S. Ticket?
    
    After you defeat the Elite Four, your dad will come to your
    house and when you go downstairs, you will meet him and for
    your victory against the Eilte Four, he will reward you the
    S.S. Ticket.
    
    Q: I heard there are some special mails in the Pokemon trades.
    Where do I get them?
    
    There are three special mails in Emerald. They are in these trades:
    
    Fortree City Trade
    Volbeat for a Plusle that has a Wood Mail attached
    
    Pacifidlog Town Trade
    Bagon for a Horsea that has a Wave Mail attached
    
    Battle Frontier Trade
    Skitty for a Meowth that has a Retro Mail attached
    
    Remember that when you trade a Pokemon, you get the traded
    Pokemon, but it will be in the same level. It might be the same
    gender, but I never trade in my Emerald version and if you have 
    the gender results, email me and I will give you credit. 
    
    Q: Where is Mew?
    
    Faraway Island, but I don't know which method. It's most likely
    a tour at Nintendo, like the one you get Deoxys in FireRed/LeafGreen. 
    I think the tour is to the Nintendo World Store in New York City.
    This is uncomfirmed, through. You would need the Old Sea Chart, too.
    Sorry about forgetting this part!
    
    Q: Where do you get Deoxys in this game?
    
    Birth Island, take a tour with Nintendo to get your Aurora Ticket.
    The Deoxys in this game is it's Speed form.
    
    Q: What are bitter items?
    
    Lavaridge Town's Healing Items. They are all bitter and a little 
    cheaper then the other healing items. If you try to give them to
    a Pokemon, they will like you lesser the more bitter items you give
    to them.
    
    Q: Can I be a partner with you in this guide?
    
    I don't trust anybody on the internet, so the answer is NO, but I
    will update the guide if you provide me some infomation you can
    think of.
    
    Q: Can I get credit in your guide?
    
    Yes, you can. If you found any mistakes or if you have any more
    infomation, email me and I will give you credit.
    
    Q: Are you a boy or a girl?
    
    A girl who is writing this guide for you. Some people mistake me
    as a boy.
    
    Q: Where's Navel Rock? I need the ticket!
    
    Navel Rock, eh? Oh, right. To get to Navel Rock you would need to
    get the Mystic Ticket, but I don't know where. I think it would be
    in another Nintendo Tour, but I don't know where.
    
    UPDATED-If you go to Rockfeller Center NYC in Nintendo World Store, you
    will get the Mystic Ticket. You must bring your FireRed/LeafGreen or
    Emerald Versions with your Wireless Adapter, and you must have the
    Mystery Gift feature. This event happens only on May 14, 2005. 
    
    Q: Are Berries an item?
    
    Yes, they are! I will try to list a berry section As Soon As Possible.
    
    Q: Where do I get TM's?
    
    I will list a TM section soon, too. More updates to come.
    
    Q: What does Need Help! mean?
    
    If you help me in this section, I will give you credit in my guide. If
    you know the locations, email me As Soon As Possible. That's all.
    
    Q: What are Hit Points?
    
    Hit Points are a Pokemon's health. If a Pokemon's Hit Points hits zero, 
    it would be knocked out until you revive it or restore it in a Pokemon
    Center. If all of your Pokemon are knocked out, you will lose half of
    your Pokedollars (Ouch!)
    
    Q: What are Power Points?
    
    Power Points are a Pokemon's move points. If a Pokemon's move points
    reaches zero, (that's for all moves only) it will use the move Struggle.
    Struggle is a Normal Type move that lets the attacker take 12.5% of the
    damage. Sorry if you don't like this attack, but you should heal your
    Pokemon every time after a battle so you can avoid this problem.
    
    Q: Sadly, I cannot get a Pikachu with a Light Ball. What should I do?
    
    Oh, keep catching until you find one that has a Light Ball. It make take
    some time, but it's worth it at the end, because you can get a Pichu that
    has the Volt Tackle attack. See the Cheats section for more details.
    Remember Pikachu can only be found at the Safari Zone Southwest and
    Southeast paths!
    
    Q: Why do you put Pokemarts and Caves on some items?
    
    Because I don't know where you buy or get these items. If you know any of
    these things, email me and I will give you credit in my Contibutors section.
    
    Q: Where do you get Mew, Deoxys, Lugia, Ho-Oh, Latias and Latios if you don't
    want to wait for Nintendo Events?
    
    Action Replay, but only if the codes come out. If the codes come out, I will
    list them in here. Thanks to JT111592 for the info! 
    
    Q: What are Battle Points or BP for short?
    
    Battle Points are Points you get for the Battle Frontier, Battle Pike, Battle
    Factory, Battle Dome and Battle Pyramid. When you repeatly complete these areas,
    you will receive Battle Points, which you could spent. Here is a list of items 
    you can get for Battle Points:
    
    Far Left Kiosk Items that you can get for BP
    
    Kiss Poster-16 BP
    Kiss Cusion-32 BP
    Smoochum Doll-32 BP
    Togepi Doll-48 BP
    Meowth Doll-48 BP
    Clefairy Doll-48 BP
    Ditto Doll-48 BP
    Cyndaquil Doll-80 BP
    Chikorita Doll-80 BP
    Totodile Doll-80 BP
    
    Left Kiosk Items you can get for BP
    
    Lapras Doll-128 BP
    Snorlax Doll-128 BP
    Venusaur Doll-256 BP
    Charizard Doll-256 BP
    Blastoise Doll-256 BP
    
    Far Right Kiosk Items you can get for BP
    
    Protein-1 BP
    Calcium-1 BP
    Iron-1 BP
    Zinc-1 BP
    Carbos-1 BP
    Hp Up-1 BP
    
    Far Right Kiosk Items you can get for BP
    
    Leftovers-48 BP
    White Herb-48 BP
    Quick Claw-48 BP
    Mental Herb-48 BP
    Bright Powder-64 BP
    Choice Band-64 BP
    King's Rock-64 BP
    Focus Band-64 BP
    Scope Lens-64 BP
    
    So that's all the items you can trade for Battle Points
    
    Q: Where can I trade for the four Elemental Stones?
    
    In the house at Route 124. Talk to the guy after you find 
    at least one Shard.
    
    Q: Which Pokemon evolve from Stones?
    
    Okay, these are the Pokemon that can evolve from Stones:
    
    Fire Stone
    
    Vulpix into a Ninetales
    Growlithe into an Arcanine
    Eevee into a Flareon
    
    Leaf Stone
    
    Gloom into a Vileplume
    Weepinbell into a Victrebel
    Execute into a Exegutor
    Nuzleaf into a Swiftry
    
    Moon Stone
    
    Nidorina into a Nidoqueen
    Nidorino into a Nidoking
    Clefairy into a Clefable
    Jigglypuff into a Wigglytuff
    Skitty into a Delactty
    
    Sun Stone
    
    Gloom into a Bellossom
    Sunkern into a Sunflora
    
    Thunder Stone
    
    Pikachu into a Raichu
    Eevee into a Jolteon
    
    Water Stone
    
    Poilwhirl into a Poilwrath
    Shellder into a Cloyster
    Staryu into a Starmie
    Eevee into a Vaporeon
    Lombre into a Ludicolo
    
    That's all the Pokemon that can evolve from Stones,
    if I missed any, email me and I will give you credit
    in the Contibutors section.
    
    Q: Does Skuckle have the Berry Juice?
    
    Yes, he does, althrough the chances could be slim; I am
    up to the 7th Gym, so I can't comfirm this.
    
    Q: Where did you bought your Emerald Guide?
    
    Circuit City for the low price of $10.35
    
    Q: Where do you get the item Up-Grade?
    
    It's not in Emerald, that's for sure. I think this item 
    should be gotten from Saffron
    
    Q: Which Pokemon can evolve from trades?
    
    Without items:
    
    Kadabra-Alakazam
    Graveler-Golem
    Machoke-Machamp
    Haunter-Gengar (for FR/LG only)
    
    With items:
    
    Scyther and Onix-Metal Coat (Scizor/Steelix)
    Porygon-Upgrade (Porygon2)
    Slowpoke and Poilwhirl-King's Rock (Slowking/Poiltoed)
    Seadra-Dragon Scale (Kingdra)
    Clamperl-DeepSeaTooth (Huntail)
    Clamberl-DeepSeaScale (Gorebyss)
    
    That's all Pokemon can evolve from trades, I think
    
    Q: Where is the Trick House?
    
    Route middle of Slateport and Mauville Cities.
    
    Q: What is FR/LG?
    
    FireRed and LeafGreen for short. Some items are only
    obtainable from these two games.
    
    Q: What are the Prizes for the Trick House?
    
    These are the prizes for the Trick House, so listen up,
    okay?
    
    1st Visit: Rare Candy
    2nd Visit: Timer Ball
    3rd Visit: Hard Stone
    4th Visit: Smoke Ball
    5th Visit: TM12-Taunt
    6th Visit: Magnet
    7th Visit: PP Max
    8th Visit: Red Tent or Blue Tent
    
    Q: Are there still some missing items in your guide?
    
    Well, of course, but I am still finding them. If you find
    something that is missing from my guide, email me and I will
    give you credit.
    
    Q: What are you missing from this guide?
    
    Decorations, TM's, some types of Berries, and of course, what
    items will a Pokemon Pickup if it has the ability. I will try to
    add all this as soon as I can.
    
    Or you can read seanolan's Pickup List. That will save some of your
    waiting time.
    
    Q: What guides in Pokemon Emerald do you recomond?
    
    Here are some In-Depth guides that I used and really liked:
    
    seanolan's Abilites and Pokemon Locations FAQ
    DaJason's and Azura Stardust's Secret Bases Guide, plus their Contest
    and Berries FAQ
    DaJason's Pokemon Maps (they help if you don't have the guide)
    
    Q: Where do I get the items Black Belt and Sliver Powder?
    
    Steal the items from the trainers listed during the fifth battle. The
    trainers are:
    
    Blackbelt Nob
    Dragon Tamer Nicolas
    
    One of their Pokemon should have the item, but I don't know which one yet.
    
    If any of you know which Pokemon, email me and I will give you credit.
    
    More questions coming soon!
    
    2- Version History
    
    April 29, 2005-
    Version 0.20-Up to the Key Items section
    
    May 2, 2005-
    Version 0.30-Completed the Key Items Section
    	Also added some more questions
    
    May 3, 2005
    Version 0.35-Added some trades that you can get
    	mail from
    	Also added a new host-NeoSeekers
    
    May 4, 2005
    Version 0.40-Added where some items will be located
    	Updated the Disclaimer and I will try to add
    	some questions and item locations ASAP 
    
    May 5, 2005
    Version 0.45-Added some locations for the Healing Items
    	Corrected some mistakes in the guide
    	Also added some more questions
    
    May 6, 2005
    Version 0.47-Worked on Section 2.6 but uncompleted
    	Added some updates on the Healing Items Section
    	Added some questions and a Contibutor
    
    May 7, 2005
    Version 0.50-Updated some more on this guide
    	Also added another Contibutor
    
    May 8, 2005
    Version 0.60-Added more infomation on this guide
    	All thanks to some Contibutors, also added them
    	in the Contibutors section
    
    May 9, 2005
    Version 0.63-Added more infomation
    	Got the Pokemon Emerald Guide just now
    	Completed Section 2.6
    
    May 10, 2005
    Version 0.65-Added infomation which Pokemon can evolve 
    	from trade when they equip an item
    	Also added section 2.7
    
    May 11, 2005
    Version 0.68-Fixed some mistakes on Section 2.2
            More updates to come almost every day
    	Also added a new host-SuperCheats
    
    May 14, 2005
    Version 0.72-Sorry for the delay on the updates
    	Updated some more, may not update for a day or
    	two because I have an school essay due this
    	following Monday
    
    May 17, 2005
    Version 0.75-Completed Section 3.3
    	Added 5 more berries for Emerald, but the Berry
    	locations are uncompleted as for now
    
    May 20, 2005
    Version 0.76-Fixed a few mistakes
    	Sorry that I didn't update much
    
    May 23, 2005
    Version 0.80-Added Berries 11-20
    	Berry Section still uncompleted
    
    June 17, 2005
    Version 0.90-Sorry for all the waiting. Too much school exams.
    	I almost completed the Berry Guide. Also I will add a
    	guide for the TM's and HM's soon. I also updated the 
    	disclaimer.
    
    June 18, 2005
    Version 0.92-Added a few more details for obtainable Attachable
    	items, I also added a contibutor.
    	     
    3- Disclaimer
    
    This guide is copyrighted 2005 by Daisy Chan. All 
    rights reserved. No sole person should put this guide 
    to their website without the written permission by the 
    author. 
    
    But you can copy this guide, print it and you can use it,
    and you could sell the copies, as long as you give me
    credit for this guide.
    
    Only these sites may use my guide without my permission:
    
    www.gamefaqs.com-Always newest version
    www.gamespot.com-Same as GameFaqs
    www.neoseeker.com-Possibly newest version
    www.supercheats.com-Same as Neoseeker
    
    If I see this guide in any other site, I will find out and
    I will force the website's company to delete their site, as
    that's a vlolation of Copyright.
    
    DO'S:
    If you need any help in any Pokemon game, please contact me.
    Contibute some of your infomation to my guide so I can give you
    credit.
    
    DONT'S:
    Don't send me a virus (I have been receiving over 200 each day at
    the begginning of June 2005)
    Don't beg to work this guide with me, I will decide who's worthy to
    work with me and I will email them.
    Don't ever spam me (If I see any spam, I will delete it)
    Don't make a profit for my guide without my permission. If you email me
    nicely, 80% of the time I will give you permission to sell my guide for
    a profit, but you would need to give me credit.
    
    Last Updated the Disclaimer: June 17, 2005
    
    4- Credits
    
    serebii.net
    For lots of Pokemon info and descriptions.
    
    Nintendo
    For making the Pokemon series for the public.
    
    CJayC/GameFaqs
    Thanks for having such a great site for posting guides.
    
    Game Freak
    For making the Pokemon series with Nintendo.
    	
    GameSpot
    Another great site for the guides for GameFaqs.
    
    NeoSeeker
    For having a great site.
    
    SuperCheats
    For asking me for permission to contibute my guide.	
    
    You
    For reading this guide and use it at your free will.
    
    5- Contibutors
    
    Anna Chen-For giving me some item locations
    
    JT111592-For giving me Action Replay Infomation
    
    Sean Williams-For providing the Berry Juice infomation
    
    Eion-For correcting my Master Ball mistake
    
    Dane Dychkowski-For giving me so much infomation about the
    items in Pokemon Emerald, I owe this guy most of all. 
    
    IronBeard-For giving me information about Pokemon that can
    be evolved from trades
    
    Carlos Takashi Konaka-For helping me on items at Pokemon 
    FireRed and LeafGreen at Section 2.2
    
    Kareem Callender-For helping me by reducing the mistakes in
    this guide
    
    Grave-For giving me some help in Section 3.3
    
    Henry Pang-For giving me some infomation for Section 3.3, I
    haven't added them yet
    
    Alexander White-For giving me some infomation
    
    Lakeisha Story-For giving me infomation on some Attachable
    Items for this game
    	
    ~END OF GUIDE~