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    |                           Pokémon Rumble                         |
    |                     (Melee! Pokémon Scramble)                    |
    |                      General FAQ/Walkthrough                     |
    |                               v0.32                              |
    |                         November 21, 2009                        |
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    |                         By Cat333Pokémon                         |
    |                        http://floatzel.net                       |
    |                       cat333pokemon@aol.com                      |
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    To instantly find a section, press Ctrl+F (Or Apple+F on a Mac) to bring up the
    search function. Type in the Search Code below to jump to the desired heading.
    
    ### SECTION NAME           SEARCH CODE ADDITION TYPE DATE ADDED
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    1   Introduction           ITDR        New           July 16, 2009
    1.1 Version History        VRHS        Updated       August 5, 2009
    2   How To Play/Controls   CTLS        Updated       August 5, 2009
    2.1 | Menus                MNUS        New           July 16, 2009
    2.2 | Using This Guide     UTGU        New           July 25, 2009
    3   The Terminal           TRML        Updated       August 2, 2009
    4   Normal Mode            NRMM        In Progress
    4.1 | C Grade              NRMC        New           July 19, 2009
    4.2 | B Grade              NRMB        New           July 25, 2009
    4.3 | A Grade              NRMA        In Progress
    4.4 | S Grade              NRMS        Coming Soon
    5   Another Mode           ANTM        Coming Soon
    5.1 | C Grade              ANTC        Coming Soon
    5.2 | B Grade              ANTB        Coming Soon
    5.3 | A Grade              ANTA        Coming Soon
    5.4 | S Grade              ANTS        Coming Soon
    6   Extra Mode             EXTM        Coming Soon
    6.1 | EX Battle Royal      EXTB        Coming Soon
    7   After The Main Story   ATMS        Coming Soon
    8   Ticketing              TCKT        Coming Soon
    9   Tips & Tricks          TPTR        Updated       July 25, 2009
    10  Passwords              PSWD        Updated       November 21, 2009
    11  Credits                CRDT        New           July 16, 2009
    12  Copyright              CPRT        Updated       July 25, 2009
    
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    What is Pokémon Rumble? It is a game developed by Ambrella, the same company
    that developed My Pokémon Ranch. While the latter is merely a storage system to
    be utilized with Pokémon Diamond and Pearl (and Platinum in Japan), Scramble is
    an entirely different species: it's a whole video game of its own.
    
    This game can be purchased through WiiWare for a nominal fee of 1,500 Nintendo
    Points, which equates to $15 US or 1,500Ľ. After paying, the game can be
    downloaded to your console or SD card for playing.
    
    This is also the first Pokémon Rumble guide to be released, written by me,
    Cat333Pokémon (the same one that makes Mario Paint compositions on YouTube).
    Just like any other guide, this one comes with typical rules. That information
    is in the Copyright section of this guide.
    
    == NOTICE ==
    
    All information provided in this guide is based on the Japanese version. As the
    American English version has been released, it will be updated to present more
    relevant information.
    
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    The newest version of this guide can always be found at:
    http://floatzel.net/pokemon/scramble1.txt
    
    0.1 (July 16, 2009)
    Preliminary information organized, including introduction, version history, how
    to play, menus, and the Terminal. Also contains a few items in the Tips &
    Tricks section and some passwords.
    
    0.11 (July 17, 2009)
    Minor spelling corrections. Neoseeker granted hosting permission.
    
    0.2 (July 19, 2009)
    Normal: Grade C walkthrough information completed. Additional information
    regarding Pokémon upgrading after each grade added. Super Cheats granted
    hosting permission.
    
    0.25 (July 25, 2009)
    Normal: Grade B walkthrough information completed. Using This Guide section
    added. More passwords added. Cheat Code Central granted hosting permission.
    Information about how to unlock Battle Royal added.
    
    0.26 (July 28, 2009)
    Added one password.
    
    0.27 (August 2, 2009)
    Added one password. Control information was also updated.
    
    0.28 (August 5, 2009)
    Additional control information was added.
    
    0.29 (August 8, 2009)
    Added two passwords.
    
    0.30 (September 3, 2009)
    Added five passwords.
    
    0.32 (November 21, 2009)
    Added information about the non-Japanese versions of the game. Also added 3
    Japanese passwords, 7 American passwords, and 2 European passwords. AS THE
    AMERICAN VERSION OF THIS GAME HAS BEEN RELEASED, THIS GUIDE WILL BE UPDATED
    OVER THANKSGIVING WEEKEND. I will play throug the game again and HOPEFULLY get
    around to adding more than just C Grade. MyWii granted hosting permission.
    
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    There are two ways to play this game: with a Wii Remote turned sideways, with
    (only) the Nunchuk, with the Classic Controller, or with a GameCube controller.
    (A Super Nintendo controller with a SNES-GCN adapter will also work.) At the
    beginning, however, you can only use the Wii Remote. And the Wii Remote is the
    only controller that can navigate the title menu.
    
    Here are the controls for this game:
    
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    | COMMAND           | WIIMOTE | GAMECUBE    | SNES   | NUNCHUK | CLASSIC *   |
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    | First Attack      | 2       | A           | A      | Z       | A           |
    | Second Attack     | 1       | B           | B      | C       | B           |
    | Move              | D-pad   | Stick/D-pad | D-pad  | Stick   | Stick/D-pad |
    | Change Pokémon    | A       | X/Y         | X/Y    | C+Z     | X/Y         |
    | Pause Menu        | +       | Start-Pause | Start  | ####### | Start       |
    | Mark Favorite PKM | -       | Z           | Select | ####### | Select      |
    | Home Menu         | Home    | ########### | ###### | ####### | Home        |
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    * I do not own the Classic Controller, so the controls listed may be incorrect.
    
    The Nunchuk controller cannot be used alone and must be connected to a Wii
    Remote. At least one controller with a pause button must be active.
    
    The game saves all the time and definitely after any purchases or releases.
    (Sorry, but you can't cheat and continuously reset until you get a favorite
    Pokémon out of the Recruitment Center.)
    
    Each Pokémon has two attacks. Just like in the main series games, each of those
    attacks can vary from Pokémon to Pokémon. At a lottery in the Terminal, it is
    possible to win new moves. (This will be discussed in more detail in the
    relevant section.) If you have no idea what a given move does, give it a try by
    pressing the respective attack button.
    
    To obtain more Pokémon, you must use your own Pokémon in battle. Travel through
    the six courses in each grade and use your attacks against the wild Pokémon.
    When you defeat one, they will drop a coin (1P, 10P, or 100P denominations);
    these can be used to buy new Pokémon or moves in the Terminal. Sometimes,
    instead of dropping a coin, a Pokémon will collapse. Then it's yours for the
    taking: simply pick it up and it's yours! However, keep in mind that if you
    collect more than 1,000 Pokémon, the game will instruct you to release some.
    
    Whenever you want to switch Pokémon, you will be totally defenseless. The game
    does not pause while browsing the Pokémon selection menu, so hurry it up and
    don't peruse! When you find a Pokémon you want, simply press the first attack
    button, or press the change Pokémon button to cancel. The new Pokémon will be
    wound up and sent onto the field to replace the one in action.
    
    Be careful, however, as your Pokémon can only collapse TWICE. If a third one
    collapses, the game is over and you'll be sent back to the Terminal. When a
    Pokémon begins to lose HP and the bar is low (and maybe a warning sound is
    dinging), scurry to a corner where you have a couple seconds and switch. If
    your Pokémon gets hit during this time, the switching will be canceled. If the
    game is in multiplayer, if ANY player loses three times, the game is over for
    everyone. When you lose, all money and Pokémon are retained.
    
    Upon clearing several areas in each course, a large open area will appear. In
    the center of this area is a large boss Pokémon. These Pokémon tend to overheat
    often and neither attack nor can be attacked. During the rest of the battle,
    attack it like any other Pokémon while avoiding the cohorts coming in from all
    around. It has a very large amount of HP. Sometimes, if you get lucky, you can
    collect the boss after battle. A very large sum of money awaits the victor.
    
    Once the boss is defeated (or you fail to complete the round before falling
    three times), the round end statistics appear. First, you'll see the number of
    Pokémon defeated, one bar for each player. Then, you'll see all of the Pokémon
    you collected on that course.
    
    After several courses have been completed, the Battle Royal opens up. This
    stage is unlike the six courses out front. There is a time limit that starts at
    60 seconds. By defeating Pokémon and collecting clocks, you'll be able to gain
    more time (5 seconds per clock collected). As you tough it out, more Pokémon
    will steadily appear until a few bosses come along. Like the large ones in the
    ordinary courses, these will have a lot of HP. Unlike those, however, they will
    not overheat or go berserk. Oh, and you can't switch out unless you faint, so
    choose your Pokémon wisely.
    
    A barrage of Pokémon will continue until either time runs out, three of your
    Pokémon fall, or all of the monsters are defeated. In the former two cases, you
    lose the round and return to the Terminal. In the latter case, you win the
    round, receive a hefty prize, and unlock the next grade (or the next mode)!
    
    Good luck!
    
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    Quite a bit of the game is based around the menu system. Knowing what the menu
    options do is crucial to playing the game.
    
    == TITLE MENU ==
    
    The Title Menu is where the game starts up. If you have at least one save file,
    there are three options: New Game, Continue, and Options; Continue isn't
    available unless save data exists. Options allows you to erase a file or
    configure GameCube controller rumble.
    
    On the file selection menu, you can see the last date and time playing a file,
    who the active Pokémon is, and what grade you last saved on. After selecting a
    file to continue, you then have the option of what mode to play on. If all have
    been unlocked, you can choose from Normal (Kanto Pokémon only), Another (Sinnoh
    Pokémon added), or Extra (a bonus mode with harder difficulty).
    
    == PAUSE MENU ==
    
    When the game is paused, several options appear for you to choose:
    - Continue
    - Return to Title/Terminal
    - Take Picture
    - SD Card
    - Multiplayer
    
    Continue, obviously, unpauses the game and returns to the action.
    
    Return to Terminal will take you back to the Terminal, but everything you've
    earned since then will be lost. If already in the Terminal, Return to Title
    will simply exit the game and save. Take Picture will take a picture of
    everything on the screen, including all the text boxes and damage values. SD
    Card has one sub-option other than Cancel: wipe all pictures on the SD card.
    
    Multiplayer brings up a menu showing up to four controllers for 1-4 players. On
    all controllers that will be used, press the button shown (A or 2) and select a
    Pokémon (B or 1 to cancel). Once all active players have selected one, press
    Start/+ to begin. Remember, everyone must stay together or the screen won't
    scroll! This option only appears in the Terminal.
    
    == POKÉMON SELECT MENU ==
    
    On the select menu, you can select a Pokémon to switch to or mark as a
    favorite. Favorite Pokémon appear at the top of the list at all times.
    
    If you enter the select menu, and then pause the game, a different menu will
    appear with these options (This sub-menu only appears on the Terminal Pokémon
    select menu.):
    - Refine
    - Sorting
    - Take Picture
    
    A sub-menu appears from the Refine option:
    - Pokémon Type
    - Move Type
    - Ability
    - Obtaining Method
    - Cancel
    
    Selecting any of these options (sans Cancel) allows you to see a list of
    different types/et cetera that you can use to refine the Pokémon list.
    
    A sub-menu appears from the Sorting option:
    - Strongest first
    - Weakest first
    - Newest first
    - Oldest first
    - Name
    - Pokédex Number
    - Cancel
    
    Selecting any of these options (except Cancel) will re-organize the list in the
    order chosen.
    
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    This guide is fairly easy to use, so this section is fairly short. During the
    walkthrough, with the exception of the first couple stages, the information is
    presented in a simple manner.
    
    To instantly find a section, press Ctrl+F (Or Apple+F on a Mac) to bring up the
    search function. Type in the Search Code listed in the Table of Contents to
    jump to the desired heading.
    
    == COURSE INFORMATION ==
    
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    == COURSE NAME (JAPANESE NAME)           ==
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    == Here, there will be a list of all     ==
    == Pokémon that can be found in this     ==
    == course. Not all Pokémon can be found  ==
    == at first and it might take a few      ==
    == passes through each stage to catch    ==
    == 'em all.                              ==
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    Area 1-4 (sometimes 5)
    ------
    Pokémon to expect on first run through the area
    
    Boss
    ------
    BOSS POKÉMON, Helpers
    ------
    If applicable, strategy for defeating the boss.
    
    Most courses have four areas plus a boss, but select few have five and a boss.
    
    == BATTLE ROYAL INFORMATION ==
    
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    == BATTLE ROYAL                          ==
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    == List of Powerful Rivals               ==
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    == Prize: Prize for winning              ==
    == To Defeat: # of Pokémon in B.R.       ==
    == Strength: Approximate strength of     ==
    ==     battlers                          ==
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    All Battle Royals start with 60 seconds on the clock.
    
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    There are several different things that can be found in the Terminal.
    
    
    == TRAMPOLINES ==
    
    The upper-left corner may contain a trampoline. If one is there, it will send
    you to the next lowest grade than the one you are currently on.
    
    The upper-right corner may also contain a trampoline. On the contrary, this one
    will send you to the next highest grade than the one you are currently on. To
    open this up (unless you are on S grade), you must first complete the Battle
    Royal for that grade.
    
    The upper-center area contains the Battle Royal trampoline. To open the large
    door in front, you must complete several of the courses. Upon jumping on this,
    you are sent to a small room to prepare for the bout.
    
    The middle area contains six more trampolines. Each of these leads to a course.
    Once the course has been completed, the ring around the outside of the image on
    the floor will light up. Completing these will help unlock the Battle Royal by
    allowing you to capture Pokémon that exceed that grade's strength threshold.
    Standing near a completed course trampoline will show you which Pokémon you
    have captured, which you have not, and whether or not there are any you haven't
    yet seen. Not all shown Pokémon appear in every round.
    
    == KIOSKS ==
    
    The lower area contains seven kiosks of sorts. These will be described in left-
    to-right order, top row first.
    
    RECRUITMENT
    The red kiosk is the recruitment center. Here, you can buy a random Pokémon
    (which comes with two random moves) at a strength level comparable to the
    Pokémon in that grade's courses. Of course, the cost to purchase these Pokémon
    increases along with your grade. You can also enter passwords here, which are
    revealed by official sources, for special "event" Pokémon. The passwords are
    discussed in a later section. There is a limit of 1,000 Pokémon that you may
    have in-game. If you collect more than that, you'll need to release some.
    
    RELEASING
    The blue kiosk is the selling center. Here, you can effectively release your
    Pokémon. When they leave, some money will be left behind. If certain
    combinations are released (such as five of the same line), a ticket is dropped.
    These tickets can be used to obtain different Pokémon. More information in the
    Ticketing section. WARNING: A released Pokémon cannot be gotten back. Once
    released, it is gone!
    
    MOVE LOTTERY
    The wheel-shaped kiosk is a move lottery. Pay a pretty penny and a Pokémon of
    your choice can learn a random (learnable) move. You can then choose which slot
    you want to assign it to. Be careful, because a Pokémon can only learn two
    moves. Once it forgets a move, it cannot re-learn it unless you win it in the
    lottery again.
    
    WII REMOTE TRANSFER
    The Wii Remote kiosk allows you to send a few Pokémon to your Wii Remote. The
    Pokémon can be migrated back to a friend's console for usage. (For those
    familiar with transferring Miis in the Mii Channel, the process is similar.)
    
    MULTIPLAYER
    The kiosk with a pair of players sets up multiplayer. This menu is the same as
    the one on the pause menu. Up to four players can participate with either a
    Wii Remote or GameCube controller.
    
    COLLECTION
    The crown kiosk shows your complete collection of Pokémon. Ones that are
    colored in have been caught. (Ones with alternate colors have been found in
    rarer "shiny" form.) Ones that are grayed out have been seen, but not captured.
    Question marks have not yet been seen. Once Normal Mode has been completed, the
    second catalog of Pokémon will be added to the list.
    
    INFORMATION
    The final kiosk, labeled "Information", allows you to see a variety of game
    statistics, such as play time, most damage dealt, money obtained, and Pokémon
    defeated.
    
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    Upon starting a new game, you are given the story of the Pokémon toys and about
    Mewtwo, the Battle Royal champion. A Rattata sneaks into the Battle Royal area
    and takes on the fight. For you, the player, the game begins. Instructions
    appear telling you to use the D-pad to move and the 2 button to attack. Jump on
    the trampoline to begin the Battle Royal.
    
    Don't bother wasting your time because you'll lose anyaway; it's rigged like
    that.
    
    The door will close and you'll be sent to the Terminal. More information
    regarding gameplay will appear on the screen. At this time, only a single
    portal will be open. You can only use the Wii Remote for this section.
    
    At first, any stages not cleared will not be lit up and say "Stage Not Cleared"
    below the stage name. Anyway, hop on the first (and only) course trampoline to
    get started.
    
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    The maximum strength level for password Pokémon before clearing this grade is
    99. Obtaining a Pokémon with a strength of at least 100 will open the Battle
    Royal.
    
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    == QUIET FOREST (SHIZUKA NO MORI)        ==
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    == Bulbasaur, Ivysaur, Caterpie,         ==
    == Metapod, Butterfree, Pikachu,         ==
    == Jigglypuff, Wigglytuff, Paras,        ==
    == Parasect                              ==
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    This is basically the introductory tutorial to how the game works. Messages
    appear explaining the basics of the game like attacking, having only three
    screws (turns), and returning to the Terminal through the pause menu.
    
    Area 1
    ------
    What you'll expect to see: Caterpie, Paras
    ------
    Pulverize the Caterpie and Paras. A few coins will drop for you to collect. Be
    sure not to miss the coins as they can be used to buy new Pokémon and moves.
    Jump on the trampoline to go to the second area.
    
    Area 2
    ------
    Caterpie, Pikachu, Paras, Metapod
    ------
    Instructions flash describing how felled Pokémon can be captured. Knock out the
    four Caterpie. Then knock out the Pikachu and pick it up. Follow the
    instructions to switch; it is more powerful than the Rattata. Use Pikachu to
    clear off the rest of the Pokémon in this area.
    
    Area 3
    ------
    Metapod, Butterfree, Caterpie
    ------
    Another message will explain types and super effective hits. You might collect
    a Caterpie here.
    
    Area 4
    ------
    Caterpie, Paras, Bulbasaur
    ------
    The next area is like the last: simple. A Paras can be yours for the taking.
    
    Boss
    ------
    IVYSAUR, Bulbasaur
    ------
    The final area has the boss. It might take quite a few hits to knock Ivysaur
    down. Be sure to avoid the Bulbasaur that keep spawning. I believe this one is
    a guaranteed capture, so fight hard, collect the prize money, grab the Ivysaur,
    and head out via the trampoline at the top.
    
    If you defeated everyone, you should have 74 defeated. After clearing this
    round, the other five courses and the seven kiosks will open. This guide will
    cover them in in this order: top-left, top-right, middle-left, middle-right,
    bottom-left, bottom-right.
    
    Multiplayer will also open up, allowing you to switch controllers or join a
    buddy if you please.
    
    The following five courses follow the same general pattern as Quiet Forest:
    four areas followed by a final boss. The tutorial is also over and you should
    be able to understand how to play the game well enough.
    
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    == WINDY MEADOW (KAZE NO DAISOUGEN)      ==
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    == Rattata, Raticate, Spearow, Fearow,   ==
    == Meowth, Persian, Farfetch'd, Doduo,   ==
    == Dodrio, Lickitung                     ==
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    Area 1
    ------
    Spearow, Doduo, Rattata
    
    Area 2
    ------
    Rattata, Spearow, Meowth, Doduo
    
    Area 3
    ------
    Spearow, Doduo, Fearow, Rattata, Raticate, Meowth
    
    Area 4
    ------
    Spearow, Fearow, Meowth, Lickitung
    
    Boss
    ------
    PERSIAN, Meowth
    ------
    Not much to say other than to avoid Scratch. Like before, Persian also charges.
    
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    == ROCK-CUT CAVE (IWAKEZURI NO DOUKUTSU) ==
    ===========================================
    == Ekans, Arbok, Clefairy, Clefable,     ==
    == Machop, Machoke, Geodude, Graveler    ==
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    Area 1
    ------
    Clefairy, Machop, Geodude
    
    Area 2
    ------
    Clefairy, Ekans, Machop
    
    Area 3
    ------
    Ekans, Geodude, Clefairy, Clefable, Graveler
    
    Area 4
    ------
    Graveler, Ekans
    
    Boss
    ------
    ARBOK, Ekans
    
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    == FIERY FURNACE (HONOO NO YOUKOURO)     ==
    ===========================================
    == Charmander, Charmeleon, Vulpix,       ==
    == Ninetales, Mankey, Primeape,          ==
    == Magnemite, Magneton, Eevee            ==
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    Area 1
    ------
    Vulpix, Magnemite
    
    Area 2
    ------
    Vulpix, Magnemite
    
    Area 3
    ------
    Mankey, Primeape, Magnemite, Charmander
    
    Area 4
    ------
    Vulpix, Ninetales, Charmander, Mankey
    
    Boss
    ------
    CHARMELEON, Charmander
    
    ===========================================
    == SHINY BEACH (HIKARI NO NAGISA)        ==
    ===========================================
    == Squirtle, Wartortle, Poliwag,         ==
    == Poliwhirl, Tentacool, Tentacruel,     ==
    == Shellder, Magikarp, Eevee             ==
    ===========================================
    
    Area 1
    ------
    Magikarp, Tentacool, Poliwag
    
    Area 2
    ------
    Poliwag, Squirtle, Magikarp, Tentacool
    
    Area 3
    ------
    Poliwag, Tentacool, Tentacruel, Poliwhirl
    
    Area 4
    ------
    Tentacool, Tentacruel, Shellder, Poliwhirl
    
    Boss
    ------
    WARTORTLE, Squirtle
    ------
    All the attacks are things like Water Gun and Bubble, so there isn't too much
    to watch out for.
    
    ===========================================
    == ETERNAL TOWER (EIEN NO TOU)           ==
    ===========================================
    == Nidoran F, Nidorina, Nidoran M,       ==
    == Nidorino, Drowzee, Hypno, Cubone,     ==
    == Marowak, Eevee                        ==
    ===========================================
    
    Area 1
    ------
    Nidoran M
    
    Area 2
    ------
    Drowzee, Cubone, Nidoran F
    
    Area 3
    ------
    Cubone, Drowzee, Nidoran F
    
    Area 4
    ------
    Nidorina, Nidorino
    
    Boss
    ------
    MAROWAK, Cubone
    ------
    Watch out for Bonemerang and Bone Club here.
    
    ===========================================
    == NORMAL C BATTLE ROYAL                 ==
    ===========================================
    == Vaporeon, Jolteon, Flareon            ==
    ===========================================
    == Prize: 500P                           ==
    == To Defeat: 62                         ==
    == Strength: ~100                        ==
    ===========================================
    
    As this is your first real Battle Royal, try to lay damage on a maximum number
    of Pokémon with wide-range attacks. It might even help to bring a friend in to
    help. (But beware, if either of you faint, it's game over for both of you.) You
    also cannot switch, so come into battle with whoever you want to count as one
    of your battlers.
    
    A mix of different Pokémon from the previous stages are presented here. You
    have to clear a total of 62 Pokémon, three of which are the first generation
    evolutions of Eevee as bosses. Be sure to grab the clocks that they drop, but
    don't put yourself in danger to go after ones in well-guarded areas. Each one
    grants you five additional seconds to the 60-second timer. If you get it above
    100 seconds, you don't really have to worry too much about time running out as
    you likely are already strong enough. But if it gets down below 15, you might
    want to start risking health for more time. If time runs out, it's game over,
    regardless of whether or not you have more screws remaining.
    
    Slowly work at knocking out all the weaklings until more appear. This will
    happen until the game presents you with Vaporeon, Jolteon, and Flareon.
    
    After clearing a Battle Royal once, you can come back and challenge it later to
    beat the speed record. The grade will increase as well as the strength level of
    all Pokémon obtained with a password. Hop on the new trampoline to go to Grade
    B. Congratulations on beating your first grade!
    
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    The maximum strength level for password Pokémon before clearing this grade is
    199. Obtaining a Pokémon with a strength of at least 200 will open the Battle
    Royal. There are five areas in each course.
    
    ===========================================
    == QUIET FOREST (SHIZUKA NO MORI)        ==
    ===========================================
    == Weeedle, Kakuna, Pikachu, Raichu,     ==
    == Wigglytuff, Parasect, Venonat,        ==
    == Venomoth                              ==
    ===========================================
    
    Area 1
    ------
    Venonat, Weedle
    
    Area 2
    ------
    Weedle, Venonat
    
    Area 3
    ------
    Wigglytuff, Venonat, Venomoth, Weedle, Kakuna
    
    Area 4
    ------
    Kakuna, Pikachu
    
    Area 5
    ------
    Venomoth, Kakuna, Pikachu
    
    Boss
    ------
    RAICHU, Pikachu
    
    ===========================================
    == WINDY MEADOW (KAZE NO DAISOUGEN)      ==
    ===========================================
    == Pidgey, Pidgeotto, Pidgeot,           ==
    == Bellsprout, Weepinbell, Farfetch'd,   ==
    == Exeggcute, Exeggutor, Lickitung       ==
    ===========================================
    
    Area 1
    ------
    Exeggcute, Pidgey
    
    Area 2
    ------
    Pidgey, Exeggcute, Bellsprout
    
    Area 3
    ------
    Bellsprout, Pidgey, Pidgeotto, Exeggcute, Exeggutor
    
    Area 4
    ------
    Exeggutor, Weepinbell, Pidgeotto
    
    Area 5
    ------
    Pidgeotto, Weepinbell, Exeggutor, Farfetch'd
    
    Boss
    ------
    PIDGEOT, Pidgeotto
    
    ===========================================
    == ROCK-CUT CAVE (IWAKEZURI NO DOUKUTSU) ==
    ===========================================
    == Sandshrew, Sandslash, Zubat, Golbat,  ==
    == Diglett, Dugtrio, Onix, Rhyhorn,      ==
    == Rhydon                                ==
    ===========================================
    
    Area 1
    ------
    Diglett, Sandshrew
    
    Area 2
    ------
    Sandshrew, Diglett, Zubat
    
    Area 3
    ------
    Diglett, Zubat, Sandshrew, Sandslash
    
    Area 4
    ------
    Sandslash, Rhyhorn, Onix, Golbat
    
    Area 5
    ------
    Onix, Dugtrio, Sandslash, Rhyhorn
    
    Boss
    ------
    RHYDON, Rhyhorn
    
    ===========================================
    == FIERY FURNACE (HONOO NO YOUKOURO)     ==
    ===========================================
    == Growlithe, Arcanine, Ponyta,          ==
    == Rapidash, Voltorb, Electrode,         ==
    == Hitmonlee, Hitmonchan, Magmar         ==
    ===========================================
    
    Area 1
    ------
    Growlithe, Voltorb
    
    Area 2
    ------
    Ponyta, Growlithe, Voltorb
    
    Area 3
    ------
    Voltorb, Electrode, Growlithe
    
    Area 4
    ------
    Electrode, Arcanine, Rapidash, Hitmonchan
    
    Area 5
    ------
    Voltorb, Electrode, Hitmonlee, Arcanine, Growlithe, Voltorb
    
    Boss
    ------
    MAGMAR, Rapidash
    
    ===========================================
    == SHINY BEACH (HIKARI NO NAGISA)        ==
    ===========================================
    == Psyduck, Golduck, Krabby, Horsea,     ==
    == Seadra, Goldeen, Seaking, Jynx        ==
    ===========================================
    
    Area 1
    ------
    Horsea, Psyduck, Goldeen
    
    Area 2
    ------
    Horsea, Goldeen, Psyduck
    
    Area 3
    ------
    Psyduck, Goldeen, Krabby, Horsea
    
    Area 4
    ------
    Seaking, Golduck, Seadra
    
    Area 5
    ------
    Golduck, Seadra
    
    Boss
    ------
    JYNX, Seadra
    
    ===========================================
    == ETERNAL TOWER (EIEN NO TOU)           ==
    ===========================================
    == Abra, Kadabra, Gastly, Haunter,       ==
    == Koffing, Weezing, Mr. Mime,           ==
    == Electabuzz                            ==
    ===========================================
    
    Area 1
    ------
    Gastly
    
    Area 2
    ------
    Koffing, Gastly
    
    Area 3
    ------
    Gastly, Haunter, Koffing, Weezing
    
    Area 4
    ------
    Kadabra, Haunter, Weezing
    
    Area 5
    ------
    Weezing, Haunter, Kadabra
    
    Boss
    ------
    ELECTABUZZ, Kadabra
    
    ===========================================
    == NORMAL B BATTLE ROYAL                 ==
    ===========================================
    == Golem, Alakazam, Gengar, Machamp      ==
    ===========================================
    == Prize: 1500                           ==
    == To Defeat: 63                         ==
    == Strength: ~200
    ===========================================
    
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    The maximum strength level for password Pokémon before clearing this grade is
    399. Obtaining a Pokémon with a strength of at least 400 will open the Battle
    Royal. 
    
    <<- COMING SOON ->>
    
    ===========================================
    == QUIET FOREST (SHIZUKA NO MORI)        ==
    ===========================================
    == Bulbasaur, Ivysaur, Vensaur, Metapod, ==
    == Buterfree, Kakuna, Oddish, Gloom,     ==
    == Vileplume, Scyther, Pinsir            ==
    ===========================================
    
    Boss
    ------
    VENUSAUR, Ivysaur
    
    ===========================================
    == WINDY MEADOW (KAZE NO DAISOUGEN)      ==
    ===========================================
    == 
    ===========================================
    
    ===========================================
    == ROCK-CUT CAVE (IWAKEZURI NO DOUKUTSU) ==
    ===========================================
    ==                                       ==
    ===========================================
    
    ===========================================
    == FIERY FURNACE (HONOO NO YOUKOURO)     ==
    ===========================================
    ==                                       ==
    ===========================================
    
    ===========================================
    == SHINY BEACH (HIKARI NO NAGISA)        ==
    ===========================================
    ==                                       ==
    ===========================================
    
    ===========================================
    == ETERNAL TOWER (EIEN NO TOU)           ==
    ===========================================
    ==                                       ==
    ===========================================
    
    ===========================================
    == BATTLE ROYAL                          ==
    ===========================================
    ==                                       ==
    ===========================================
    == Prize:                                ==
    == To Defeat:                            ==
    == Strength:                             ==
    ===========================================
    
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    == SETTING FAVORITES ==
    
    By setting a Pokémon as a favorite (- on Wii Remote, Z on GameCube), you can
    instantly access ones that you like or that are powerful at the top of the
    selection list.
    
    == SPARKLING POKÉMON ==
    
    If a Pokémon sparkles, be sure to make an attempt to knock it out. These are
    guaranteed to be collectible and can sometimes be special varieties.
    
    == "SHINY" POKÉMON ==
    
    Alternate colored ("shiny") Pokémon can very rarely be found instead of the
    normal coloration. Be sure to look for these, as they can be boasting material
    to your friends. Shiny Pokémon are indicated by a blue name and an abnormal
    color. They will also be shown in the collection with a star. If, for the life
    of you, you cannot find a shiny Pokémon, there are several freebies available
    by entering passwords.
    
    == USING RELEASE TICKETS TO YOUR ADVANTAGE ==
    
    If you release five of the same Pokémon, a ticket from that Pokémon evolution
    line will appear. Specific special combinations of Pokémon, however, will
    cause a ticket for a different Pokémon to appear. A list of ticket combos can
    be found in the Ticketing section.
    
    == UNLOCKING SINNOH REGION POKÉMON ==
    
    At first, it might appear like only Pokémon from the Kanto region are
    available in the game. If you complete the Normal mode, Another mode will open
    up, allowing you to capture Pokémon originally found in the Sinnoh region.
    
    As of right now, it is not known if Johto or Hoenn Pokémon are even in the
    game, because they cannot be unlocked through standard means and no passwords
    have yet revealed any from those regions. However, there is a possibility that
    the release of the Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver games on the DS may reveal
    more information.
    
    == USING PASSWORDS EARLY ==
    
    Try using a few passwords at the beginning of the game. While it might somewhat
    be considered a form of cheating, this allows you to have the edge until a bit
    later. While the game does limit the strength numbers, your Pokémon will still
    have high stats compared to everything else. Here is a list of the strength
    limits at each grade (incomplete):
    
    Normal C:    99
    Normal B:   199
    Normal A:   399
    Normal S:     ?
    Another C:    ?
    Another B:    ?
    Another A:    ?
    Another S:    ?
    Extra:     None
    
    == UNLOCKING BATTLE ROYAL ==
    
    The list above is also the Battle Royal strength threshold. If you capture a
    Pokémon with a strength greater than the strength indicated there, the Battle
    Royal for that grade will open up.
    
    == RECOMMENDED MOVES ==
    
    Several moves are very powerful, while others are very helpful. Here is a list
    of ones that work well. This list is prone to expansion.
    
    - Earthquake - Use this to deal much damage to a large-sized circle around your
    Pokémon. Very effective in Battle Royal. Moves that have a similar effect, like
    Seed Flare and Hidden Power, are also effective.
    
    - Leech Seed - To use this one well, fire a few shots at groups of Pokémon and
    step back. You'll steadily sap health from all Pokémon inflicted with Seeded
    status. This only works when you don't have full health and it does wear off.
    This attack also works against bosses.
    
    - Splash - Does nothing at all. This is a joke. :P
    
    - Stone Edge - Extermely powerful and can be used to hit Pokémon from a
    distance.
    
    - Thunder Wave - Paralyzes frontal Pokémon, allowing you to pass them or put a
    few hits in.
    
    - Whirlwind - Blows Pokémon a short distance away. Allows you to get away from
    danger.
    
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    Legend:
    S = Shiny (Alternate Color)
    STRG = Strength
    SF = Sky Forme
    OF = Origin Forme
    SU = Sunshine Forme
    
    Codes only work with the region of the game for which they were released.
    
    == JAPANESE VERSION PASSWORDS ==
    
    These codes were revealed from a variety of official sources, including the
    official website, Daisuki Club, and Pokémon Sunday, among the locations.
    
    Strength numbers are approximate and are a reporting of my findings. Your
    Pokémon's strength may vary. If you have not yet unlocked a higher grade, the
    number will be the maximum for that grade until you unlock the next one. For
    example, using any of these codes at the beginning of the game will show a
    strength of 99.
    
    =======================================================
    | PASSWORD  | POKÉMON     | S | STRG | Ability        |
    =======================================================
    | 3884-9402 | Rattata     | * |  388 | Speedy         |
    | 5873-1954 | Eevee       |   |  415 | None           |
    | 1923-1298 | Cherrim     |   |  489 | Daisuki Club   |
    | 9236-7400 | Bibarel     |   | 1619 | Daisuki Club   |
    | 2110-9011 | Pikachu     |   |  396 | Daisuki Club   |
    | 8106-8836 | Zapdos      |   |  559 | Daisuki Club   |
    | 6614-0248 | Mew         |   | 2271 | Daisuki Club   |
    | 9966-1569 | Rotom       |   | 1664 | None           |
    | 6295-6406 | Ninetales   |   | 1550 | None           |
    | 9600-4319 | Charizard   |   | 1670 | None           |
    | 7702-2229 | Leafeon     |   | 1640 | None           |
    | 0331-4118 | Chimchar    |   | 1405 | Info Center    |
    | 9986-3607 | Probopass   |   | 1718 | Pokémon Sunday |
    | 7653-3521 | Parasect    |   |  503 | Pokémon Sunday |
    | 7837-7094 | Shaymin SF  |   | 2293 | None           |
    | 2405-3396 | Snorlax     |   |  544 | Pokémon Sunday |
    | 9266-8795 | Togekiss    |   | 1722 | None           |
    | 0752-0878 | Regigigas   |   | 2331 | None           |
    | 9338-1684 | Vaporeon    |   |  536 | Pokémon Sunday |
    | 3421-4198 | Giratina OF |   | 2342 | None           |
    | 3111-7449 | Electivire  |   | 2032 | None           |
    | 1770-0982 | Bidoof      | * | 1313 | Knockout       |
    | 5958-6223 | Magmortar   |   | 2067 | None           |
    | 9965-2344 | Weavile     |   | 1649 | Pokémon Sunday |
    | 3376-0940 | Dragonite   |   | 2220 | None           |
    | 6998-4642 | Pikachu     | * | 1337 | Mood-Maker     |
    | 9721-3750 | Lucario     |   | 2105 | Director       |
    | 6106-1639 | Magnezone   |   | 1783 | Pokémon Sunday |
    | 2219-8658 | Hippowdon   |   | 1690 | Pokémon Sunday |
    | 1824-8991 | Garchomp    |   | 2216 | None           |
    | 6750-2839 | Gyarados    |   |  565 | Pokémon Sunday |
    | 8379-5196 | Bronzong    |   |    ? | Pokémon Sunday |
    | 7213-6317 | Munchlax    |   |    ? | ?              |
    | 8473-9946 | Glaceon     |   |    ? | ?              |
    | 9465-8823 | Raichu      | * |    ? | ?              |
    =======================================================
    
    == AMERICAN VERSION PASSWORDS ==
    
    =======================================================
    | PASSWORD  | POKÉMON     | S | STRG | Ability        |
    =======================================================
    | 1589-3955 | Venusaur    |   |    ? | ?              |
    | 7540-5667 | Cherrim SU  |   |    ? | ?              |
    | 0511-0403 | Eevee       |   |    ? | ?              |
    | 9580-1423 | Blastoise   |   |    ? | ?              |
    | 9561-8808 | Mew         |   |    ? | ?              |
    | 8672-1076 | Turtwig     |   |    ? | ?              |
    | 7968-4528 | Charizard   |   |    ? | ?              |
    =======================================================
    
    == EUROPEAN VERSION PASSWORDS ==
    
    =======================================================
    | PASSWORD  | POKÉMON     | S | STRG | Ability        |
    =======================================================
    | 5221-1368 | Mew         |   |    ? | ?              |
    | 5631-9548 | Eevee       |   |    ? | ?              |
    =======================================================
    
    == AUSTRALIAN VERSION PASSWORDS ==
    
    No passwords have yet been announced for the Australian version of this game.
    
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    THANKS TO...
    - Ambrella for developing Melee! Pokémon Scramble
    - Nintendo for publishing it
    - The Pokémon Company/TPC International for being awesome
    - The members of GameFAQs, Buizel.Net forums, and YouTube that helped me out
    - Myself for making this guide (I guess...)
    
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    This guide is copyright 2009 Scott Cheney/Cat333Pokémon
    
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