~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~ Pokémon Rumble ~ 
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
For WiiWare 



NORTH AMERICA (US) VERSION

______________
A GENERAL FAQ 
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
By Shiya64



VERSION HISTORY




VERSION:  1.00 - COMPLETE - 9/29/2010
      Changed "Moves" list section to "Useful Moves" Section. 
      Yup, I'm too lazy to list the rest. 

      Boom. This FAQ is DONE. 
      Like there was much more to add other than moves, anyway.
      Added a little to the recruit info section.




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    Version: 0.92 - Updated - 4/25/2010
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~ Legal Stuff ~
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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~CONTENT LIST~
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


0 –  Legal Stuff + Contact Info 
(It’s ABOVE, so it doesn’t get an actual number. )

1 –  Introduction 
			
2 –  The Purpose of this FAQ	~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ [PURPFAQ2]
	
3 -  Basic Controls + Basic Information ~~~~~~~~~~~ [INFO3]
                
                3.1 - Wii Remote ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ [WIIMOTE31]

                3.2 - Classic Controller ~~~~~~~~~~ [CLASSICC32]

                3.3 - Game Cube Controller ~~~~~~~~ [GAMECUBE33]

		3A  - General Game Play	~~~~~~~~~~~ [GENGP3A]
		
		3B  - Game Modes ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ [GAMEMODE3B]
		
		3C  - Befriending ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ [BEFRIEND3C]

		3D  - Battle Royale ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ [BATTLE3D]

		3E  - Multiplayer ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ [MULTIPEEP3E]

4 –  Pokémon Game Differences~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ [POKEDIFF4]
	
5 -  Pokémon Rumble - Type Strengths/Weaknesses~~~~ [POKETYPE5]
		
	        5A  - Useful Moves ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ [POKEMOVE5A]
                   
                5b  - General Move Info ~~~~~~~~~~~ [MOVESB0]

6 -  Pokémon Rumble - List of “Catchables” ~~~~~~~~ [POKELIST6]

		6A - 1ST GEN ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ [1GEN6A]

		6B - 4TH GEN ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ [4GEN6B]

7 -  Pokémon Area Locations ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ [PLOCATION7]

		7A - Silent Forest ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ [7ALA]

		7B - Windy Prairie ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ [7BLA]

		7C - Rocky Cave ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ [7CLA]

		7D - Fiery Furnace ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ [7DLA]

		7E - Bright Beach ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ [7ELA]

		7F - Eternal Tower ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ [7FLA]
	
8 -  Pokémon Tickets ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ [POKETICKET8]

9 -  Pokémon Rumble - Known US Passwords ~~~~~~~~~~ [POKEPASS9]

10 - Abilities ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ [ABILITY10]

11 – Credits ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ [CREDITY11]	





~ INTRODUCTION ~


Alright, time to begin. This is the first time I have actually FELT 
like writing out a guide for a game as I’m usually too lazy to even 
bother trying.

Pokémon Rumble is a happy cross of their one-million plus Pokémon 
collecting (A Pokémon Standard, apparently… only it’s much less 
expensive this time around) and the typical hack and slash, beat 
them up formula seen in most real time action games. 

…Picture little nauseatingly cute creatures, slaughtering MORE 
nauseatingly cute creatures… Just without the blood.

Sound fun? 

Well, I for one was pleasantly surprised. And this is coming from 
a generally RPG, SRPG, and Survival Horror buff. 

Okay, moving on!




~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~ THE PURPOSE OF THIS FAQ ~		[PURPFAQ2]
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


This section is actually more of a “what this FAQ is NOT”. For one, 
this is not actually a walkthrough. This game is actually pretty 
easy to beat. The A-typical “get more powerful moves” and “get to 
higher power level” strategies will work just fine in this game. 
And you could always get help from friends via multiplayer if you 
really need it.

This FAQ is to help people with the things that generally make 
things easier when known but aren’t extremely necessary to know 
right off the bat. Need an example? 

There are plenty further down.



~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~ BASIC CONTROLS ~			[INFO3]	
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


Believe it or not, Pokémon Rumble can actually be played using
different controllers. Who knew, eh? 



1)


You can change the controller you use for single player.
Go to the Multiplayer Terminal and press the accept button,
(2) for the Wii Remote. Switch to the controller you want
to use and then press the cancel button for your controller 
after choosing the Pokémon you want to be.


2)

Classic Controller is hooked up to the Wii Remote.
The Nintendo Gamecube Controller is hooked up to the Wii.
Consult your Wii manual if you need more information on 
the proper setup.


3)

Wii Remote is the default control type.



4)

Whenever you return to the Pokémon Rumble Title Menu,
the controls will switch back to the Wii Remote
automatically.





~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~ WII REMOTE: ~          [WIIMOTE31]
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~



(Directional Pad) – Moves your toy Pokémon around. Move down or up 
in various menus. Move into trampoline “warps” by nearing them to 
enter other areas.

(2) : Accept, Corresponding Attack (in battle)

(1) : Cancel, Corresponding Attack (in battle)

(A) : Bring up your current Pokémon Toy List

(+) : Pause, bring up main game Menu in terminal or area: 
[Return to Title Menu, Take a Picture (SD Card needed), 
Multiplayer], Bring up options when in a menu - Sort, 
take a picture, etc.

(-) : Add selected Pokémon to Favorites, Un-favorite a Pokémon.



~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~ CLASSIC CONTROLLER: ~         [CLASSICC32]
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~



(Directional Pad / Left Control Stick) - Moves your toy Pokémon 
around. Move down or up in various menus. Move into trampoline 
“warps” by nearing them to  enter other areas.

(A) : Accept, Corresponding Attack (in battle)

(B) : Cancel, Corresponding Attack (in battle)

(Y) : Bring up your current Pokémon Toy List

(X) : Bring up your current Pokémon Toy List

(+) : Pause, bring up main game Menu in terminal or area: 
[Return to Title Menu, Take a Picture (SD Card needed), 
Multiplayer], Bring up options when in a menu - Sort, 
take a picture, etc.

(-) : Add selected Pokémon to Favorites, Un-favorite a Pokémon.



~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~ NINTENDO GAMECUBE CONTROLLER: ~      [GAMECUBE33]
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


(Directional Pad / Left Control Stick) - Moves your toy Pokémon 
around. Move down or up in various menus. Move into trampoline 
“warps” by nearing them to  enter other areas.

(A) : Accept, Corresponding Attack (in battle)

(B) : Cancel, Corresponding Attack (in battle)

(Y) : Bring up your current Pokémon Toy List

(X) : Bring up your current Pokémon Toy List

(Start/Pause) : Pause, bring up main game Menu in terminal or 
area: [Return to Title Menu, Take a Picture (SD Card needed), 
Multiplayer], Bring up options when in a menu - Sort, take a 
picture, etc.

(Z) : Add selected Pokémon to Favorites, Un-favorite a Pokémon.




~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~ BASIC INFORMATION ~
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

---Negative Status Effects

Poison    
Decreases health for a few seconds.

Note: Badly Poison has the same effect as 
Poison but does more damage and generally 
lasts a lot longer.


Paralyze 
Cannot move for a time.
(Move D-Pad to make it fade faster.)


Flinch 
Cannot act / move for a short time. 
(Move D-Pad to make it fade faster.)


Sleep 
Cannot act / move for a short time.
(Move D-Pad to make it fade faster.)


Slow 
Movement speed decreases.
(Wears off after a while.)


Slow attack (Hit Ratio down)
Attacks execute much slower than normal.
(Wears off after a while.)


Burn 
Decreases health for a few seconds



And Gameplay Info - 
(in no particular order) :




~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~ General Game Play ~			[GENGP3A]
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

1) 


You have three wonder keys shown in the lower right of the screen. 
AKA Three chances to switch Pokémon toys when your current toy is 
defeated. A highlighted Key means it is still available. A grayed 
out key means it has been used up and cannot be used again in the 
current area. If you run out of keys, you are returned to the 
terminal (your base).

2) 


Even if you use up all three keys (lose), you still keep 
all of the money and Pokémon you acquired in that stage before 
you lost.

Note: However, leaving the current area via the menu's 
"Return to the Terminal" option, will reset everything you've 
collected thus far. A warning message will appear to warn you
of this before you go and you can opt out if you chose the 
option by accident.


3) 


Some enemy attacks can cause negative status effects. You can 
lessen the duration of most status effects by simply moving the 
directional pad until they disappear.


4) 


Each Pokemon has a Type. Example: Water. That type determines 
damage strengths and weaknesses. ie: water will generally do more 
damage on a ground type Pokémon but might take more damage from 
an Electric type Pokémon.


5) 

Each Move a Pokemon can learn has a type as well.


6) 

That Green Bar under your Pokémon is your HP gauge. 
(Health Points) Yes, that little green bar will dominate your life. 
When it is completely green, you are at full health. When you take 
damage, you will see the green go down slowly and then replaced 
with red. When the bar becomes completely red, your current toy will 
be knocked out.


7) 

You can switch to another Pokémon Toy mid battle by Pressing (A), 
moving up or down until you find the one you want to switch to, and 
then by pressing (2) to accept. Keep in mind that time will not 
stop while selecting another toy (in multiplayer) if there are 
still more active toys with HP left.


8) 

Each Pokémon can have TWO moves that can be used in battle.  
Moves can be purchased in the terminal. The higher the Rank you are 
in (C-S, S being the highest) the higher the cost will be but at 
higher ranks more moves are available. Note that the move you get 
is randomly determined.



9) 

When a move is purchased you can either overwrite an existing 
move or cancel. If you only have one attack, you can choose to add 
the move you got to the second slot. Canceling will not refund your 
money but can save you from having to overwrite powerful moves with 
moves you don’t want.


10) 

Each offensive move has a star rating next to its name. The higher 
the number of stars, the more powerful the move is.


11) 

Each Pokémon has an attack and defense rating near its picture 
in (A) button list of Pokémon. The more dots, the higher that 
stat is.


12) 

Each Pokémon has a Power Level, a large number at the top near 
its picture in the (A) button menu. The higher the number, the 
more powerful that Pokémon’s attacks will be.


13) 

At the end of each stage, there is ALWAYS a boss along with 
four normal enemies of the same type. For example, Normal Mode- 
Silent Forest Rank C – will have an IVYSAUR as a boss and 4 
Bulbasaurs. Keep in mind the 4 minions accompanying the boss will 
continuously respawn for the remainder of the battle.


14) 

Enemies appear as red dots on the map.
Money drops do not appear on the map!



15)

Higher Ranks generally have longer areas. For example: in 
Rank B most areas have six stages including the boss stage. Five 
stages of regular enemy groups, one boss stage. Instead of 
Rank C’s lower 5 stages per area.

Fun Note: As you progress from Normal to Advanced to EX mode, 
the stages you visit will become visibly darker. 

Yeah, not really relevant to the gameplay, but I figured I 
should mention it anyway.  :D



16) 

Befriended Pokémon can be released in the terminal. When 
released the Pokémon will give you money equal to half of their 
current power level. Example: If you release a Rattata that is 
level 100, you will get 50p. If you release 5 of the same type of 
Pokémon you will usually get a recruitment ticket of an evolved 
from which will let you befriend the Pokemon listed when you use 
the ticket. (Only 1 ticket can be held at a time!) More on that 
in the “Pokemon Tickets” section.


17) 

Twelve Pokémon Toys can be saved to your Wii Remote. Saved Wii 
Remote Pokémon will always be available to that Wii Remote. So, 
you can go to a friend’s house with the Pokemon you want to use, 
for example)


18) 

Saved Wii Remote Pokémon cannot learn moves and cannot be released. 
You must remove the Saved Wii Remote status before you can learn 
more moves.



19) 

The Saved Wii Remote status cannot be removed if you do not 
have a high enough Wonder Key rank. (Only happens when moving high 
power level toys from a high ranking file to another file with a 
lower rank.) In other words, if there is a bright blue exclamation 
point near the Pokémon’s picture, then the Wii Remote status cannot 
be removed and thus they cannot learn any moves until you increase 
your key wonder rank. 


20) 

By pressing the (-) button while in the (A) button menu, you 
can favorite a Pokémon. (A little Heart will appear next to their 
name.) Favorite Pokémon cannot be released until you remove them 
from your favorites. This can help protect you from accidentally 
releasing the Pokémon you want to keep. Favorite Pokemon ALWAYS 
appear at the top of the (A) button menu list.


21) 

You do NOT have to defeat every single enemy in each area stage.
You can just simply go directly to the teleporter if you choose.


22)


Money drops appear differently each with various amounts: 

Small Coin - Bronze - 1P

Medium Coin - Silver - 10p

Large Coin - Gold - 100p

Very Large Coin - Gold with Black - 1000+


Important Note: Money drops DISAPPEAR AFTER A FEW SECONDS.
So, try to pick them up as soon as they appear! 


23)


Be careful! 

Pokémon toys in "befriend state" (Pokémon that are still on 
the ground after you defeat them and appear as a white dot on 
the mini map) DISAPPEAR AFTER A FEW SECONDS just like Money 
drops!

Pokémon in left in befriend state for a period of time will
vanish after a while. The time it takes them to disappear is much
longer than money does, but it WILL OCCUR if they are left on
the map for too long. (20-30 seconds or more)

Also note that Money and "befriend state" Pokémon can also disappear in
the terminal if left alone for too long.

So, as a general rule, make gathering fallen Pokémon in befriend state 
as well as money drops - a priority before doing anything else.



~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~ GAMEPLAY MODES ~		[GAMEMODE3B]
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


--NORMAL


1) 1st Gen Pokémon available, #'s 1-151 in the six different 
stages.

2) Has four Ranks of increasing difficulty, starting at 
Rank C (lowest) and ending at Rank S (highest).

3) Six stages - Each Rank has different Pokémon 
available + a different Boss.



--ADVANCED MODE



1) 4TH Gen Pokémon available, #'s 387-492 in six different stages.
Note: Some of the 1st Gen Pokémon are mixed in as well.

2) Also has four ranks of increasing difficulty, starting at 
Rank C (lowest) and ending at Rank S (highest).

3) Same Six stages - Each Rank has different Pokémon available + a 
different Boss.



--EX MODE


1) ONLY ONE RANK - Very powerful Pokémon (1800+)

2) Pokémon no longer have a set location. Areas now contain a 
random assortment of Pokémon from both 1st and 4th Gens.

Note: The Pokémon encountered are randomly selected from the 
previous mode / ranks of the given area.

Example:

If you enter Silent Forest in EX Mode you may encounter all the
Pokémon previously found in Silent Forest's Normal/Advanced 
Ranks C-S. And in the Boss Stage of the area, you will randomly 
encounter only one of the previous Silent Forest Mode/Rank bosses
plus that bosses usual four Pokémon minions.


3) Battle Royale - Now have to complete two consecutive rounds per 
challenge - cannot heal in between, defeated Pokémon toys are not
revived until you either win or lose.




~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~ Befriending ~			[BEFRIEND3C]			
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

...AKA Recruiting


1) 


“Befriending” is the state in which a Pokémon that you defeated 
stays visible on the map after defeat. It appears on the ground in 
a heap. Simply walk over the fallen Pokémon to “befriend it.” This 
will add that Pokémon to your (A) button menu list. As soon as you 
befriend a Pokémon, you can immediately switch to it.


2) 

Occasionally you will see an enemy Pokémon with little sparkles 
around it. That means you will have a 100% chance of befriending 
that sparkly Pokémon when you defeat it.


3)

Making a Pokémon wobble is the easiest way to befriend it. 
Just defeat the Pokémon while it is wobbling and you will befriend 
it. A very large, blue star and a sound effect will occur when 
you have successfully “wobbled” it. 

Important Note: Negative Status conditions (poison, paralysis, 
burn, etc.) WILL CANCEL WOBBLE STATE! Keep that in mind when
trying to befriend Pokémon.


4) 

Bosses CAN be befriended. They CAN appear with sparkles, it is just 
very rare. Wobbling them IS possible! It is just a lot harder 
than wobbling normal enemies. 

Note: Boss Pokémon can ONLY be wobbled when they are emitting 
smoke. 


5) 

If you see a Pokémon in befriend state they will appear as a 
white dot on the map.


6) 


If you see a Pokémon in befriend state (still visible on the 
ground after defeat) that has pink sparkles, then it will have an 
ability. Pokémon with abilities have their names in pink.


7) 


Shiny (Very rare and differently colored Pokémon - 
You can see the difference even BEFORE you try to defeat them ) 
have an 100% of being befriending and always have an ability. 
Their name will appear blue when you collect them and on 
the (A) button menu list. So, if you see one you WILL befriend
it as long as you take the time to defeat it.



8) 


Overall the actual befriend rate is ENTIRELY RANDOM. 
Just keep at it and try to be patient. You'll get them 
eventually.


9)


Critical Hits can help with befriending Pokémon.
You can also look in the official manual to learn more about 
this. (Press the Wii Menu button and click on the operation
manual icon. This is mentioned.)

You can increase chances by getting a Pokémon with either a,
Gutsy ability, or Scrappy and using them to defeat the enemy Pokémon. 
Note that Gutsy is more effective than Scrappy.
(The Focus Energy (Normal) move can help with this too!)

Couple that ability with either the Endeavor or False Swipe moves 
and you're looking at some pretty good odds of getting the Poke you 
want recruited. Just keep whacking your target until it wobbles, then 
Knock it out it with your second move.

Whee! Success!  :D

Attacking enemy Pokémon with an attack type that they are weak 
against may also help induce "wobble state" more often.





~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~ Battle Royale ~			[BATTLE3D]
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


1) 

If you run out of time or use up all three wonder keys you will 
lose and be returned to the terminal. Just like  the area stages, 
there is NO penalty for losing.


2) 

In order to enter you need to acquire a Pokémon toy of a 
certain power level. The gate will not open until you get a 
Pokémon with the required power level.


3) 

You cannot switch Pokémon toys UNTIL your current Pokémon has been 
defeated. All enemies and actions freeze when you are defeated and 
you need to choose your next Pokémon (this occurs even in multi 
player.)


4) 

When enemy Pokémon are defeated, they drop time additions in the 
form of red stopwatches. Each little red stopwatch adds five seconds 
to your timer.


5) 

Pokemon groups are generally random, but each Battle Royale Rank 
has a set “boss” group that appears, either one by one, or all at 
once. Be prepared, as they usually appear amongst the rest of the
enemies and are generally more powerful.
	



--Battle Royale - Set Bosses - Normal Mode


Rank C 

VAPOREON 
JOLTEON 
FLAREON 



Rank B

ALAKAZAM
MACHAMP
GENGAR
GOLEM 



Rank A

VENUSAUR
CHARIZARD
BLASTOISE


Rank S

ARTICUNO
ZAPDOS 
MOLTRES 
MEWTWO



--Battle Royale - Set Bosses - Advanced Mode



Rank C

ROTOM
WASH ROTOM
HEAT ROTOM
SPIN ROTOM
CUT ROTOM
FROST ROTOM


Rank B

RAMPARDOS
BASTIODON
ELECTIVIRE 
MAGMORTAR
	

	
Rank A

TORTERRA
INFERNAPE 
EMPOLEON



Rank S

DIALGA 
PALKIA
GIRATINA 
MEWTWO



--Battle Royale - Set Bosses - EX MODE



1-1 

VAPOREON
JOLTEON
FLAREON 


1-2

ROTOM
WASH ROTOM
HEAT ROTOM
SPIN ROTOM
CUT ROTOM
FROST ROTOM



2-1

ALAKAZAM 
MACHAMP 
GENGAR
GOLEM 


2-2

RAMPARDOS
BASTIODON
ELECTIVIRE 
MAGMORTAR




3-1


VENUSAUR
CHARIZARD
BLASTOISE

3-2


TORTERRA 
INFERNAPE
EMPOLEON





4-1


ARTICUNO 
ZAPDOS
MOLTRES


4-2


DIALGA 
PALKIA 
GIRATINA 
MEWTWO



~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~ Multiplayer ~				[MULTIPEEP3E]
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


1) Not Wifi compatible!
2) Up to four players.
3) Each player needs a Wii Remote and a Pokémon Toy to play as.
4) Each Wii Remote needs to be synched to the Wii system.
5) Not split screen. All characters appear on the same screen. 


~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~ Pokémon GAME DIFFERENCES ~		[POKEDIFF4]
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~



1) 


Type immunities DO NOT EXIST in Pokémon Rumble. Example: 
Fighting moves WILL HIT ghost types, which wouldn’t have worked 
in some of the other Pokémon games.


2) 


Only the 1st and 4th GEN Pokémon are included in Pokémon Rumble! 
That means #’s 1-151, and 387- 492. Arceus is not available.


3) 


It’s real-time! NOT turn based.


4) 


Pokémon do not evolve or level up with Experience Points.


5) 


Status effects will vanish after a few seconds, with the more 
serious conditions lasting a little longer.


6) 


Only Two attacks per Pokémon.


7) 


YOU ARE the Pokémon.
You control their movements and actions.
 
ie. It's not a trainer giving you orders like in the turn
based Pokémon games.



~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~ POKEMON TYPE STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES ~	[POKETYPE5]
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


Important Note: Immunities DO NOT EXIST in Pokémon Rumble.

Note 1 - Some types are also strong & weak against others of their 
own type. (Might be a little different in Pokémon Rumble but the 
idea is still the same)

Note 2 - Types are listed in alphabetical order.




KEY:

Type of Pokémon

STRONG AGAINST*
-Type

WEAK AGAINST*
-Type




1) Bug Pokémon Type

Strong Against:	
	
-Dark
-Grass
-Psychic

Weak Against:

-Fire
-Flying
-Rock



2) Dark Pokémon Type

Strong Against:
	
-Ghost
-Psychic

Weak Against:

-Bug
-Fighting



3) Dragon Pokémon Type

Strong Against:

-Dragon

Weak Against:

-Dragon
-Ice



4) Electric Pokémon Type

Strong Against:

-Flying	
-Water

Weak Against:

-Ground



5) Fight Pokémon Type

Strong Against:

-Dark
-Ice
-Normal
-Rock
-Steel

Weak Against:

-Flying
-Psychic



6) Fire Pokémon Type

Strong Against:	

-Bug
-Grass
-Ice

Weak Against:

-Ground
-Rock
-Water



7) Flying Pokémon Type
	
Strong Against:

-Bug
-Fight
-Grass

Weak Against:

-Electric
-Ice
-Rock

8) Ghost Pokémon Type

Strong Against:

-Ghost
-Psychic

Weak Against:

-Dark
-Ghost


9) Grass Pokémon Type

Strong Against:

-Ground
-Rock
-Water

Weak Against:

-Bug
-Fire
-Flying
-Ice
-Poison



10) Ground Pokémon Type

Strong Against:

-Electric
-Fire
-Poison
-Rock
-Steel

Weak Against:

-Grass
-Ice
-Water


11) Ice Pokémon Type

Strong Against:

-Dragon
-Flying
-Grass
-Ground

Weak Against:

-Fighting
-Fire
-Rock
-Steel



12) Normal Pokémon Type	

Strong Against:

-N/A

Weak Against:
	
-Fighting



13) Poison Pokémon Type

Strong Against:

-Grass

Weak Against:

-Ground
-Psychic




14) Psychic Pokémon Type

Strong Against:

-Fight
-Poison

Weak Against:

-Bug
-Dark
-Ghost



15) Rock Pokémon Type

Strong Against:

-Bug
-Fire
-Flying
-Ice

Weak Against:

-Fighting
-Grass
-Ground
-Steel
-Water



16) Steel Pokémon Type

Strong Against:

-Ice
-Rock

Weak Against:
	
-Fighting
-Fire
-Ground




17) Water Pokémon Type
Strong Against:

-Fire
-Ground
-Rock

Weak Against:

-Electric
-Grass


Notes:

*Strong Against
-Might do more damage than usual to the types listed


*Weak Against
-Might take more damage / do less damage than usual to the 
types listed






~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~ Useful Moves ~         [POKEMOVE5A]
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~



So of the million + 1 moves available for use, which ones stand 
out above the rest? Look below for a general idea of some moves 
that might make your life easier.

~ These are based on an OPINION. My opinion, Obviously. 
(That and I'm too lazy to post ALL of the moves I like.)

Honestly, any move in this game is fine as long as you are 
comfortable with using it and like the end results. 

Just have fun and experiment.  ^^




Note: I haven't listed a lot of the status moves.
Negative status moves can be very useful, but I generally only 
use moves that have status down (or up) as a side effect to an 
attack. 

And I haven't listed a lot of the good status moves mainly 
because I'm lazy. (That and I can't remember the names and info)

I also haven't listed the ~ more money ~ moves simply because... 
well, I forgot the names for starters. That, and I generally find 
the "Lucky" Ability Pokes more useful anyway. 

Sorry in advance.





~ The Key:



~~~~
Name:  The name of the move.
~~~~

~~~~~
Class:  What the move is used for. If I put:
~~~~~

~~~~~~~~~~
Offensive:  Attack oriented move. Has a Power rating.
~~~~~~~~~~

~~~~~~~~
Support:  Not used to attack. Used to increase you stats or heal.
~~~~~~~~  Does not usually have a power rating.

~~~~~~
Status:   Used to inflict a negative  status. Does not usually
~~~~~~    have a power rating.


~~~~~~
Power:  How powerful the move is. Shown with stars, 1-5. 
~~~~~~  5 being the strongest. Example - 5 stars

~~~~~~
Found:  The rank training Unit that it is easiest to find the 
~~~~~~  move in.

~~~~~~
Notes:  If the move has additional effects than they will be listed 
~~~~~~  here. I will also mention my opinion on the move's usefulness.
        I will also try to mention the area of effect that the move 
        has.


~~~~~~~~~~~
Learned By:  Pokémon capable of learning it.
~~~~~~~~~~~


NOTE! : I'm not sure if some of these count seeing as in the RPGs 
they learn the moves via egg moves. Either way, I'll list them 
anyway until I learn otherwise.






~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~ General Move Info ~       [MOVESB0]
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~



1) 

If the Move type matches the innate type of the Pokémon, the stars 
that indicate the power rating will be highlighted in yellow. 



2)

Different rank training units in the various modes, offer various
moves at random. Some moves are generally easier to get from 
certain rank/mode training units. Keep in mind: the price per move 
goes up as the ranks and mode difficulty go up. Rank S will always 
be more expensive than the Rank C, but at the benefit of more move
possibilities.


3) 

Each move, just like in the later Pokémon game versions, has 
a type associated with it. 

Example: A Chansey (Normal type) can also learn moves that are 
not normal type.

ie

I got a Chansey that can use Earthquake (Ground). 
Sure, my Chansey can use a ground move, but the damage output 
may be less than, say, a Pokémon that has ground as its innate type.

So, a Diglett (Ground type) with Earthquake, will probably do more
damage then my Chansey (Normal type), that happens to have a Ground
move, can.


4)

The Power Level (the large number near the Pokémon's name), makes
a difference! The higher the number, the more damage your offensive
moves will do.


5)

Each Pokémon already has a set list of moves they can learn. 
So, for Example:

Trying to teach a Chansey the Bullet Seed move, would not 
work because Chansey does not have that particular move in its 
set move list. ie. putting 200 P in the Normal Mode - Rank C
Training unit would never result in Bullet Seed because Chansey 
cannot learn it to begin with.


6)

The Pokémon's Innate attack rating DOES MAKES A DIFFERENCE!
The more attack dots the Pokémon has (listed near its picture 
and power level in the (A) button menu) the more damaging the
offensive moves will be.

Example:

A level 2000 Bulbasaur using a 5 star move will do less damage 
than a level 2000 Venosaur with the same 5 star move because 
a Venosaur has a higher innate attack.





~~~~~~~
~ Bug ~ 
~~~~~~~



~ X-SCISSOR ~

Class: Offensive
Power: 3 stars
Found: Normal Mode - Rank C

Learned By:  


Beedrill
Croagunk
Darkrai
Drapion
Gallade
Gliscor
Kabutops
Kingler
Krabby
Kricketune
Leafeon
Mew
Paras
Parasect
Pinsir
Sandshrew
Sandslash
Scyther
Skorupi
Toxicroak
Vespiquen



Notes: I really like this move for its ability to hit more than once 
and hit the sides as well as the front. Also has a decent range and doesn't lag 
that much when using it more than once. 





~~~~~~~~~
~ Fight ~     
~~~~~~~~~



~ CROSS CHOP ~

Class: Offensive
Power: 5 stars
Found: Advanced Mode or higher


Notes: Hits at least 3 times (in rapid succession) per use. 
Seriously, it's incredibly powerful: hits like a truck, plus it hits 
more than once. Pair this with Focus Punch and they'll be in for 
an absolute massacre.



Learned By: 

Croagunk
Golduck
Electrivire
Electabuzz
Lucario
Machamp
Machoke
Machop
Magmar
Magmortar
Mankey
Primeape
Psyduck
Riolu
Toxicroak





~ DRAIN PUNCH ~

Class: Offensive
Power: 3 stars
Found: Normal Mode - Rank C


Notes: Absorbs HP from enemies with each hit. Honestly, I love broken 
moves. It also doesn't have a large wait period: which easily guarantees 
you can just keep whacking away at stuff without problems. Just be 
careful of diving into groups as this move doesn't hit sides easily.




Learned By: 


Abra
Alakazam
Buneary
Chansey
Clefable
Clefairy
Darkrai
Drowzee
Happiny
Hitmonchan
Hypno
Kangaskhan
Lopunny
Lucario
Mew
Mewtwo
Mime Jr.
Mr. Mime
Gengar
Gloom
Jigglypuff
Jynx
Kadabra
Regigigas
Riolu
Slowbro
Togekiss
Vileplume
Wigglytuff






~ FOCUS BLAST ~
 

Class: Offensive
Power: 5 Stars
Found: Advanced Mode or higher


Notes: May lower Defense. Yes, this move is slow before use, 
and not useful in all situations... but if you are looking for a straight 
line distance move, than this is an easy choice. Powerful, and can easily 
mow down enemy lines. Fun fun fun, it's like sniping in a way... 
only slower.



Learned By:


Abomasnow
Alakazam
Blastoise
Charizard
Clefable
Croagunk
Darkrai
Dragonite
Dusknoir
Electabuzz
Eletrivire
Floatzel
Gallade
Gengar
Golduck
Golem
Hitmonchan
Hitmonlee
Hypno
Infernape
Jynx
Kangaskhan
Raichu
Lickylicky
Lopunny
Lucario
Machamp
Machoke
Machop
Magmar
Magmortar
Mankey
Marowak
Mew
Mewtwo
Monferno
Mr. Mime
Muk
NidoKing
Nidoqueen
Palkia
Pinsir
Poliwrath
Primeape
Rampardos
Regigigas
Riolu
Rhydon
Rhyperior
Sandslash
Slowbro
Snorlax
Tangrowth
Toxicroak
Weavile
Wigglytuff





~~~~~~~~
~ Fire ~       
~~~~~~~~



~ FIRE BLAST ~
 
Class: Offensive
Power: 5 Stars
Found: Advanced Mode or higher
 
Notes: May cause burn. 


Learned By:


Aerodactyl
Arcanine
Azelf
Bastiodon
Chansey
Charmander
Charmeleon
Charizard
Chimchar
Clefable
Clefairy
Cranidos
Cubone
Dialga
Dragonair
Dragonite
Dratini
Flareon
Geodude
Gabite
Garchomp
Gible
Golem
Graveler
Grimer
Growlithe
Gyarados
Happiny
Heatran
Infernape
Jigglypuff
Kangaskhan
Koffing
Lickilicky
Lickitung 
Machamp
Machoke
Machop
Magmar
Magmortar
Marowak
Mew
Mewtwo 
Moltres
Monferno
Muk
Munchlax
Nidoking
Nidoqueen
Ninetales
Palkia
Ponyta
Rampardos
Rapidash 		
Rhydon
Rhyhorn 
Rhyperior
Shieldon 
Skuntank
Slowbro
Slowpoke
Snorlax
Stunky 
Tauros
Togekiss
Vulpix
Weezing
Wigglytuff





~ FIRE FANG ~

Class: Offensive
Power: 4 stars
Found: Advanced Mode or higher

Notes: Also may cause burn or flinch.
Relatively fast and powerful. 

Learned By:


Aerodactyl
Arbok
Arcanine 
Charmander
Charmeleon
Charizard 
Drapion
Flareon 
Garchomp
Gliscor
Growlithe
Heatran
Hippowdon
Luxio
Luxray
Rhydon
Rhyhorn
Rhyperior
Shinx





~ HEAT WAVE ~
 
Class: Offensive
Power: 5 Stars
Found: Advanced Mode or higher
 
Notes: May cause burn.


Learned By:



Aerodactyl 
Arcanine 
Charmander
Charmeleon
Charizard
Dragonite
Golbat
Growlithe
Farfetch'd 
Fearow 
Flareon 
Heatran
Magmar
Mew
Moltres
Ninetales
Ponyta
Pidgey
Pidgeot
Pidgeotto
Rapidash
Spearow 
Vulpix 
Zapdos
Zubat




~~~~~~~~~~
~ Flying ~    
~~~~~~~~~~



~ SKY ATTACK ~

Class: Offensive
Power: 5 stars
Found: Advanced Mode or higher


Notes: May cause flinch.
I adore this move!

Incredibly powerful.



Learned By:


Aerodactyl
Articuno
Dodrio 
Fearow
Gliscor
Honchkrow
Mew
Moltres
Pidgeot
Spearow
Staraptor 
Togekiss  	
Zapdos





~~~~~~~~~
~ Ghost ~     
~~~~~~~~~



~ SHADOW CLAW ~

Class: Offensive
Power: 4 stars
Found: Normal Mode - Rank S

Notes: May lower defense. VERY fast attack - can be chained 
indefinitely


Learned By:


Ambipom
Charmander
Charmeleon
Charizard
Chimchar
Darkrai
Dialga
Diglett
Dugtrio
Empoleon
Gabite
Garchomp 
Gengar 
Gible
Giratina (Both Forms)
Glameow 
Golduck 
Haunter 
Infernape 
Kangaskhan 
Lucario
Sandshrew 
Sandslash
Meowth
Mew
Monferno
Nidoran (F)
Nidoran (M)
Nidorina
Nidorino
Nidoking 
Nidoqueen
Palkia
Persian
Prinplup 
Psyduck
Purugly
Riolu 
Rhydon
Rhyperior
Skuntank
Stunky 
Weavile 



~~~~~~~~
~Grass ~   
~~~~~~~~



~ GIGA DRAIN ~

Class: Offensive
Power: 3 Stars
Found: Normal Mode or Higher

Notes: It restores your HP as it inflicts damage on 
enemies.


A little slow, yes, but still a useful HP Draining move.


Learned By:


Abomasnow
Arbok
Beedrill
Bellsprout
Budew
Bulbasaur 
Butterfree
Carnivine
Cherrim
Cherubi
Ekans
Exeggcute
Exeggutor
Gastly
Gengar
Golbat 
Gloom 
Grimer
Grotle
Haunter
Oddish
Ivysaur
Leafeon
Kabuto
Kabutops
Mew
Mothim
Muk
Paras 
Parasect
Roserade
Shaymin (Both Forms)
Snover
Tangela
Tangrowth
Tentacool
Tentacruel
Torterra
Turtwig 
Uxie 
Venomoth 
Venonat 
Venusaur
Victreebel
Vileplume 
Weepinbell
Wormadam (Grass)
Yanmega
Zubat 





~ LEAF BLADE ~


Class: Offensive
Power: 4 Stars
Found: Advanced Mode or Higher

Notes: Fast and quite powerful. 


Learned By:


Victreebel
Leafeon
Gallade






~ SEED FLARE ~

Class: Offensive
Power: 5 stars
Found: Shaymin (Sky Form) starts with (Password)
       Otherwise: Advanced Mode or higher

Notes: An Area attack. Also very powerful and relatively fast.


Learned By: 


Shaymin (Both Forms)




~~~~~~~~~~
~ Ground ~  
~~~~~~~~~~



~ EARTHQUAKE ~

Class: Offensive
Power: 4 stars
Found: Advanced Mode or higher

Notes: Powerful area attack.


Learned By:



Abomasnow
Aerodactyl
Arbok
Bastiodon
Blastoise
Bronzong
Bronzor
Chansey
Charizard 
Cranidos
Croagunk
Cubone
Dialga
Diglett
Dragonite
Drapion
Dugtrio
Dusknoir
Ekans
Electivire
Empoleon
Gabite
Gallade
Garchomp 
Gastrodon
Geodude
Gible
Giratina (Both Forms)
Golem
Gliscor
Graveler
Gyarados
Heatran
Hippopotas
Hippowdon
Hitmonchan
Hitmonlee
Infernape
Kangaskhan
Lickilicky
Lickitung
Lucario
Machamp
Machoke
Machop 
Magmortar	
Mamoswine
Mantyke
Mankey
Marowak
Mew
Mewtwo
Munchlax
Nidoking
Nidoqueen
Onix
Palkia
Pinsir
Poliwrath 
Poliwhirl
Primeape
Probopass 
Rampardos
Regigigas
Rhydon
Rhyhorn
Rhyperior
Riolu
Sandslash
Sandshrew
Shieldon
Slowbro 
Slowpoke
Snorlax
Tangrowth
Tauros
Torterra
Toxicroak
Venusaur
Wormadam (Ground)




~~~~~~~
~ Ice ~     
~~~~~~~



~ BLIZZARD ~

Class: Offensive
Power: 5 stars
Found: Advanced Mode or higher

Note: May freeze the target.

A powerful horizontal-spread move.
And if nothing else, it's pretty.

Learned By:


Abomasnow 
Articuno
Bastiodon
Bibarel
Bidoof
Blastoise 
Buizel
Chansey
Clefable
Clefairy
Cloyster
Cranidos
Cubone
Dewgong
Darkrai
Dialga
Dratini
Dragonair
Dragonite
Dusknoir
Empoleon
Finneon
Floatzel
Froslass
Gastrodon
Glaceon
Goldeen
Golduck
Gyarados
Horsea
Jigglypuff
Jynx
Kabuto
Kabutops
Kangaskhan
Kingler
Krabby
Lapras
Lickilicky 
Lickitung
Lopunny
Lumineon
Mamoswine
Manaphy
Mantyke
Marowak
Mewtwo
Mew
Mesprit
Munchlax
Nidoran (F)
Nidoran (M)
Nidorina
Nidorino
Nidoking 
Nidoqueen
Omanyte
Omastar
Palkia
Phione
Piplup
Poliwag
Poliwhirl
Poliwrath
Porygon
Porygon-Z
Prinplup
Psyduck
Rampardos
Rattata 
Raticate 
Rotom (Frost Form)
Rhydon
Rhyhorn
Rhyperior
Seadra
Seaking
Seel
Shieldon
Shellder
Shellos
Slowbro 
Slowpoke
Snorlax 
Snover
Squirtle
Staryu
Tauros
Tentacool
Tentacruel
Vaporeon
Wartortle
Weavile
Wigglytuff 




~ ICE FANG ~

Class: Offensive
Power: 4 stars
Found: Advanced Mode or higher

Notes: May cause either flinch or frozen status.
Very fast.



Learned By:


Aerodactyl
Arbok
Drapion 
Floatzel
Glaceon
Gliscor
Gyarados
Hippowdon
Luxio
Luxray
Mamoswine
Rhyhorn
Rhydon
Rhyperior
Shinx






~~~~~~~~~~
~ Normal ~     
~~~~~~~~~~


~ ENDEAVOR ~


Class: Offensive
Power: 5 Stars
Found: Advanced Mode - Rank C *

Notes: Damages Foe to match your HP or does 1 damage 
to a foe with less. 

One of my favorite recruitment moves. I prefer Endeavor 
over False Swipe. This move coupled with a poke that has 
an innate high critical ability (see ability section) and 
a high star move makes the chance of NOT recruiting the 
target incredibly low. Just keep whacking until they 
wobble, and then knock them out with your second move. 
Wala. Recruited. 

* Though I've heard it is possible to get this move in 
Normal Mode - Rank C ... I've never actually gotten it 
there. My easiest time getting this move was from 
Advanced Mode - Rank C. 


Learned By:



Beedrill
Buneary
Chansey
Chimchar
Clefable
Clefairy
Combee
Cranidos
Cubone
Doduo
Dodrio
Happiny
Infernape
Jigglypuff
Kangaskhan
Kricketot 
Kricketune 
Lopunny
Mamoswine
Mankey
Marowak
Mew
Monferno
Poliwag
Poliwhirl
Poliwrath
Primeape
Rampardos
Rattata
Raticate
Rhyhorn
Rhydon
Rhyperior
Shaymin (Land Form)
Staraptor
Staravia
Starly
Tangela
Tauros
Togekiss
Vespiquen
Wigglytuff
Wormadam (Ground and Steel Forms)





~ FALSE SWIPE ~


Class: Offensive
Power: 5 Stars
Found: Normal Mode - Rank C



Notes: Enemy Poke's HP will NOT go below 1.
Another decent recruitment move. Just keep whacking until 
they wobble and then knock them out with your second move.



Learned By:


Beedrill
Cubone
Drapion
Farfetch'd
Fearow
Gallade
Garchomp
Gliscor
Kingler
Krabby
Kricketune
Marowak
Mew
Paras
Parasect
Pinsir
Scyther
Skorupi
Spearow
Weavile






~ FOCUS ENERGY ~

Class: Support
Power: 0 stars
Found: Normal Mode - Rank C

Notes: Increases your critical-hit ratio.
Incredibly useful for not only upping the chance for 
massive damage (especially with a 5 star move) but is 
also useful for recruitment with said 5 star move.


Learned By:



Bastiodon
Beedrill
Chimchar
Cranidos
Cubone
Drifblim
Drifloon
Hitmonlee
Horsea
Infernape
Kangaskhan
Kricketune
Machamp 
Machoke
Machop
Mankey
Marowak
Monferno
Nidoran (F)
Nidoran (M)
Nidorina
Nidorino
Nidoking
Nidoqueen
Pinsir
Primeape
Rampardos
Rattata
Raticate
Scyther
Seadra
Shieldon
Skuntank
Stunky





~ HEAL BELL ~

Class: Support
Power: 0 stars
Found: Normal Mode or higher *


Notes: Heals negative status effects. 
Especially Useful in multiplayer. 

* Not sure where I usually found this.
Just move up the ranks if you can't find it in 
Normal Mode.


Learned By:



Buneary
Chansey
Chingling
Clefable 
Clefairy
Eevee
Flareon
Glaceon
Happiny
Jigglypuff
Jolteon
Jynx
Lapras
Leafeon
Lopunny
Manaphy
Mew
Mismagius
Phione
Togekiss
Uxie
Vaporeon 
Wigglytuff





~ MOONLIGHT ~

Class: Support
Power: 0 stars
Found: Normal Mode or higher *


Notes: Great healing move: Think "regeneration". 
Yup, happy thoughts. 

Too bad only a few Pokes can actually learn this.

* Not sure where I usually found this one either.
Just move up the ranks if you can't find it in 
Normal Mode.


Learned By:


Clefairy
Cresselia
Exeggcute
Exeggutor
Gloom
Oddish





~ SING ~

Class: Status
Power: 0 Stars
Found: Normal Mode - Rank C
 
Notes: Causes foe to fall asleep.

What can I say?
I LOVE sleep status moves. 
This is an area effect move that sweeps out in a 
circle from your poke. 

Great for giving you some breathing room.




Learned By:


Chansey
Chatot
Clefable
Clefairy
Jigglypuff
Kricketune
Lapras
Wigglytuff





~~~~~~~~~~
~ Poison ~ 
~~~~~~~~~~



~ POISON JAB ~

Class: Offensive
Power: 4 stars
Found: Advanced Mode or higher

Notes: May cause poison.
Relatively fast and powerful.


Learned By:


Arbok
Beedrill
Cloyster
Croagunk
Ekans
Farfetch'd
Gengar
Goldeen
Gliscor
Grimer
Haunter
Hitmonlee
Machamp
Machoke
Machop
Mankey
Mew
Mewtwo
Muk
Nidoran (F)
Nidoran (M)
Nidorina
Nidorino
Nidoking
Nidoqueen
Poliwrath
Primeape
Rapidash
Rhydon
Rhyhorn
Rhyperior
Sandslash
Sandshrew
Seaking
Tentacool
Tentacruel
Toxicroak




~ TOXIC ~

Class: Status
Power: 4 stars
Found: Advanced Mode or higher

Notes: Badly poisons the targets in the area.
A distance move, but a useful one for 
crippling groups.

Learned By:

A TON of Poke can learn this move.






~~~~~~~~~~~
~ Psychic ~   
~~~~~~~~~~~



PSYCHIC

Class: Offensive
Power: 4 stars
Found: Advanced Mode or higher

Notes: May lower target's defense.


Learned By:

Abra
Alakazam
Azelf
Bronzor
Bronzong
Butterfree
Chansey
Chingling
Clefable
Clefairy
Cresselia
Darkrai
Drifblim 
Drifloon
Drowzee
Dusknoir
Electabuzz
Electivire
Exeggcute
Exeggutor
Froslass
Gallade
Gastly
Gengar
Giratina  (Both Forms)
Golduck
Happiny
Haunter
Honchkrow
Jigglypuff
Jynx
Kadabra
Lapras
Lucario
Slowpoke
Slowbro
Drowzee
Hypno
Magmar
Magmortar
Manaphy
Mesprit
Mew
Mewtwo
Mime Jr.
Mismagius
Mothim
Mr. Mime
Munchlax
Poliwag
Poliwhirl
Poliwrath
Porygon
Porygon-Z
Psyduck
Shaymin (Both Forms)
Slowbro
Slowpoke
Snorlax
Spiritomb
Starmie
Staryu 
Togekiss
Uxie
Venomoth
Venonat
Wigglytuff
Wormadam (All Forms)
Yanmega









~~~~~~~~
~ Rock ~
~~~~~~~~



~ ANCIENT POWER ~

Class: Offensive
Power: 3 stars
Found: Normal Mode or higher

Notes: Attack + defense + speed - may increase temporarily 
when used. Granted it's not the fastest move, but the 
chance for status boosts move makes this worthwhile. 

Learned By:



Aerodactyl
Articuno
Bastiodon
Bronzong
Bronzor
Cranidos
Dialga
Exeggcute
Exeggutor
Gastrodon
Geodude
Giratina (Both Forms)
Golem 
Graveler
Heatran
Kabuto
Kabutops
Kingler 
Krabby
Lapras
Mamoswine
Manaphy
Mew
Mewtwo
Moltres
Omanyte
Omastar
Onix 
Palkia
Phione
Probopass 
Rampardos
Regigigas
Rhydon 
Rhyhorn
Rhyperior
Shellos
Shieldon
Tangela
Tangrowth 
Togekiss 
Yanmega
Zapdos





~~~~~~~~~
~ Steel ~
~~~~~~~~~



~ IRON TAIL ~

Class: Offensive
Power: 4 stars
Found: Normal Mode - Rank S

Notes: May lower defense.
I can't help it. 
I like using this move.  :D



Learned By:

Abomasnow 
Abra
Aerodactyl
Alakazam
Ambipom
Arbok
Arcanine
Azelf
Bastiodon
Bibarel
Bidoof
Blastoise
Buizel
Buneary
Chansey
Charmander
Charmeleon 
Charizard 
Chimchar
Clefable 
Clefairy
Cranidos
Cubone
Dialga
Dragonair
Dragonite
Drapion
Dratini
Eevee
Ekans
Electabuzz
Electivire
Farfetch'd
Flareon
Floatzel
Gabite
Garchomp
Giratina (Both Forms)
Glaceon 
Glameow 
Gliscor
Golduck
Grotle
Growlithe
Hippopotas
Hippowdon 
Infernape
Jolteon
Kadabra
Kangaskhan
Lapras
Leafeon
Lickilicky
Lickitung
Lopunny
Lucario
Luxio
Luxray
Magmar
Magmortar
Mankey
Marowak
Meowth
Mesprit
Mew
Mewtwo
Monferno
Nidoran (F)
Nidoran (M)
Nidorina
Nidorino
Nidoking
Nidoqueen
Ninetales
Onix
Pachirisu
Persian
Pikachu
Ponyta
Porygon
Porygon-Z
Primeape
Psyduck
Purugly
Raichu
Rampardos
Rapidash
Rattata
Raticate
Riolu
Rhyhorn
Rhydon
Rhyperior
Sandshrew
Sandslash
Shieldon
Shinx
Skuntank
Skorupi
Slowbro 
Slowpoke
Snover
Squirtle
Stunky 
Tauros
Torterra
Turtwig
Uxie 
Vaporeon
Vulpix
Wartortle
Weavile

 






~ STEEL WING ~


Class: Offensive
Power: 3 stars
Found: Normal Mode - Rank C

Notes: May increase your defense.
A decent horizontal spread move.


Learned By:



Aerodactyl
Articuno
Charizard 
Chatot
Dodrio 
Doduo
Dragonite
Empoleon
Farfetch'd
Fearow
Giratina (Both Forms)
Gliscor
Golbat
Honchkrow
Mew
Moltres 
Pidgey
Pidgeot
Pidgeotto
Scyther
Spearow
Staraptor
Staravia
Starly
Togekiss
Yanmega
Zapdos
Zubat





~~~~~~~~~
~ Water ~
~~~~~~~~~



~ AQUA TAIL ~

Class: Offensive
Power: 3 stars
Found: Normal Mode or higher


Notes: I love this move!
Launches your poke forward, fast.
Think bowling... only with a water-happy Poke. 




Learned By:




Aerodactyl
Arbok
Bibarel
Bidoof
Blastoise
Dewgong
Dragonair
Dragonite
Drapion 
Dratini
Ekans
Finneon 
Floatzel
Garchomp
Giratina (Both Forms)
Glaceon 
Gliscor 
Goldeen
Golduck
Gyarados
Kabutops
Kangaskhan
Lapras
Lickilicky
Lickitung
Lumineon
Mewtwo 
Mew
Nidoking 
Nidoqueen
Palkia
Psyduck
Rhydon
Rhyhorn
Rhyperior
Seaking
Seel
Skorupi 
Slowbro
Slowpoke
Squirtle
Vaporeon
Wartortle






~ BRINE ~

Class: Offensive
Power: 3 stars
Found: Normal Mode - Rank C

Notes: More damage on enemies with 1/2 of their HP remaining.


Learned By:


A LOT of Water Types






~ WATER PULSE ~


Class: Offensive
Power: 3 stars
Found: Normal Mode or higher

Notes: May cause confusion.



Learned By:



Abomasnow
Ambipom
Articuno
Azelf
Bibarel
Blastoise
Buneary
Buizel
Chansey
Clefable 
Clefairy
Cloyster
Dewgong
Dragonair
Dragonite
Dratini
Empoleon
Finneon
Floatzel
Froslass
Gastrodon
Goldeen
Golduck
Glaceon
Glameow
Gyarados
Happiny
Horsea
Jigglypuff
Jynx
Kabuto
Kabutops
Kangaskhan
Kingler
Krabby
Lapras
Lickilicky
Lickitung
Lopunny
Lucario
Lumineon
Manaphy
Mantyke
Meowth
Mesprit
Mew
Mewtwo
Munchlax
Nidoran (F)
Nidoran (M)
Nidorina
Nidorino
Nidoking
Nidoqueen
Hippowdon 
Hippopotas
Omanyte
Omastar
Palkia
Persian
Phione
Piplup
Poliwag
Poliwhirl
Poliwrath 
Prinplup
Psyduck
Purugly
Seadra
Seaking
Seel
Shellder
Shellos
Slowbro 
Slowpoke
Snorlax
Snover
Spiritomb
Squirtle
Starmie
Staryu
Tauros
Tentacool
Tentacruel
Togekiss
Uxie
Vaporeon
Wartortle
Wigglytuff






~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~ POKEMON RUMBLE - LIST OF “CATCHABLES” ~	[POKELIST6]
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


~~~~~~~~~~~
~ 1st GEN ~		[1GEN6A]
~~~~~~~~~~~

#	Name            Type(s)

001 	Bulbasaur 	Grass/Poison
002 	Ivysaur 	Grass/Poison
003 	Venusaur 	Grass/Poison
004 	Charmander  	Fire
005 	Charmeleon 	Fire
006 	Charizard 	Fire/Flying
007 	Squirtle 	Water
008 	Wartortle 	Water
009 	Blastoise 	Water
010 	Caterpie 	Bug
011 	Metapod 	Bug
012 	Butterfree 	Bug/Flying
013 	Weedle 		Bug/Poison
014 	Kakuna 		Bug/Poison
015 	Beedrill 	Bug/Poison
016 	Pidgey 		Normal/Flying
017 	Pidgeotto 	Normal/Flying
018 	Pidgeot 	Normal/Flying
019 	Rattata 	Normal
020 	Raticate 	Normal
021 	Spearow 	Normal/Flying
022 	Fearow 		Normal/Flying
023 	Ekans 		Poison
024 	Arbok 		Poison
025 	Pikachu 	Electric
026 	Raichu 		Electric
027 	Sandshrew 	Ground
028 	Sandslash 	Ground
029 	Nidoran (F) 	Poison
030 	Nidorina 	Poison
031 	Nidoqueen 	Poison/Ground
032 	Nidoran (M) 	Poison
033 	Nidorino 	Poison
034 	Nidoking 	Poison/Ground
035 	Clefairy 	Normal
036 	Clefable 	Normal
037 	Vulpix 		Fire
038 	Ninetales 	Fire
039 	Jigglypuff 	Normal
040 	Wigglytuff 	Normal
041 	Zubat 		Poison/Flying
042 	Golbat 		Poison/Flying
043 	Oddish 		Grass/Poison
044 	Gloom 		Grass/Poison
045 	Vileplume 	Grass/Poison
046 	Paras 		Bug/Grass
047 	Parasect 	Bug/Grass
048 	Venonat 	Bug/Poison
049 	Venomoth 	Bug/Poison
050 	Diglett 	Ground
051 	Dugtrio 	Ground
052 	Meowth 		Normal
053 	Persian 	Normal
054 	Psyduck 	Water
055 	Golduck 	Water
056 	Mankey 		Fighting
057 	Primeape 	Fighting
058 	Growlithe 	Fire
059 	Arcanine 	Fire
060 	Poliwag 	Water
061 	Poliwhirl 	Water
062 	Poliwrath 	Water/Fighting
063 	Abra 		Psychic
064 	Kadabra 	Psychic
065 	Alakazam 	Psychic
066 	Machop 		Fighting
067 	Machoke 	Fighting
068 	Machamp 	Fighting
069 	Bellsprout 	Grass/Poison
070 	Weepinbell 	Grass/Poison
071 	Victreebel 	Grass/Poison
072 	Tentacool 	Water/Poison
073 	Tentacruel 	Water/Poison
074 	Geodude 	Rock/Ground
075 	Graveler 	Rock/Ground
076 	Golem 		Rock/Ground
077 	Ponyta 		Fire
078 	Rapidash 	Fire
079 	Slowpoke 	Water/Psychic
080 	Slowbro 	Water/Psychic
081 	Magnemite 	Electric/Steel
082 	Magneton 	Electric/Steel
083 	Farfetch'd 	Normal/Flying
084 	Doduo 		Normal/Flying
085 	Dodrio 		Normal/Flying
086 	Seel 		Water
087 	Dewgong 	Water/Ice
088 	Grimer 		Poison
089 	Muk 		Poison
090 	Shellder 	Water
091 	Cloyster 	Water/Ice
092 	Gastly 		Ghost/Poison
093 	Haunter 	Ghost/Poison
094 	Gengar 		Ghost/Poison
095 	Onix 		Rock/Ground
096 	Drowzee 	Psychic
097 	Hypno 		Psychic
098 	Krabby 		Water
099 	Kingler 	Water
100 	Voltorb 	Electric
101 	Electrode 	Electric
102 	Exeggcute 	Grass/Psychic
103 	Exeggutor 	Grass/Psychic
104 	Cubone 		Ground
105 	Marowak 	Ground
106 	Hitmonlee 	Fighting
107 	Hitmonchan 	Fighting
108 	Lickitung 	Normal
109 	Koffing 	Poison
110 	Weezing 	Poison
111 	Rhyhorn 	Ground/Rock
112 	Rhydon 		Ground/Rock
113 	Chansey 	Normal
114 	Tangela 	Grass
115 	Kangaskhan 	Normal
116 	Horsea 		Water
117 	Seadra 		Water
118 	Goldeen 	Water
119 	Seaking 	Water
120 	Staryu 		Water
121 	Starmie 	Water/Psychic
122 	Mr. Mime 	Psychic
123 	Scyther 	Bug/Flying
124 	Jynx 		Ice/Psychic
125 	Electabuzz 	Electric
126 	Magmar 		Fire
127 	Pinsir 		Bug
128 	Tauros 		Normal
129 	Magikarp 	Water
130 	Gyarados 	Water/Flying
131 	Lapras 		Water/Ice
132 	Ditto 		Normal
133 	Eevee 		Normal
134 	Vaporeon 	Water
135 	Jolteon 	Electric
136 	Flareon 	Fire
137 	Porygon 	Normal
138 	Omanyte 	Rock/Water
139 	Omastar 	Rock/Water
140 	Kabuto 		ock/Water
141 	Kabutops 	Rock/Water
142 	Aerodactyl 	Rock/Flying
143 	Snorlax 	Normal
144 	Articuno 	Ice/Flying
145 	Zapdos 		Electric/Flying
146 	Moltres 	Fire/Flying
147 	Dratini 	Dragon
148 	Dragonair 	Dragon
149 	Dragonite 	Dragon/Flying
150 	Mewtwo 		Psychic
151 	Mew 		Psychic

~~~~~~~~~~~
~ 4th GEN ~		[4GEN6B]
~~~~~~~~~~~

387 	Turtwig 	Grass
388 	Grotle 		Grass
389 	Torterra 	Grass/Ground
390 	Chimchar 	Fire
391 	Monferno 	Fire/Fighting
392 	Infernape 	Fire/Fighting
393 	Piplup 		Water
394 	Prinplup 	Water
395 	Empoleon 	Water/Steel
396 	Starly 		Normal/Flying
397 	Staravia 	Normal/Flying
398 	Staraptor 	Normal/Flying
399 	Bidoof 		Normal
400 	Bibarel 	Normal/Water
401 	Kricketot 	Bug
402 	Kricketune 	Bug
403 	Shinx 		Electric
404 	Luxio 		Electric
405 	Luxray 		Electric
406 	Budew 		Grass/Poison
407 	Roserade 	Grass/Poison
408 	Cranidos 	Rock
409 	Rampardos 	Rock
410 	Shieldon 	Rock/Steel
411 	Bastiodon 	Rock/Steel
412 	Burmy 		Bug
413 	Wormadam 	Bug/Other(Grass, Ground, or Steel)
414 	Mothim 		Bug/Flying
415 	Combee 		Bug/Flying
416 	Vespiquen 	Bug/Flying
417 	Pachirisu 	Electric
418 	Buizel 		Water
419 	Floatzel 	Water
420 	Cherubi 	Grass
421 	Cherrim 	Grass
422 	Shellos 	Water
423 	Gastrodon 	Water/Ground
424 	Ambipom 	Normal
425 	Drifloon 	Ghost/Flying
426 	Drifblim 	Ghost/Flying
427 	Buneary 	Normal
428 	Lopunny 	Normal
429 	Mismagius 	Ghost
430 	Honchkrow 	Dark/Flying
431 	Glameow 	Normal
432 	Purugly 	Normal
433 	Chingling 	Psychic
434 	Stunky 		Poison/Dark
435 	Skuntank 	Poison/Dark
436 	Bronzor 	Steel/Psychic
437 	Bronzong 	Steel/Psychic
438 	Bonsly 		Rock
439 	Mime Jr. 	Psychic
440 	Happiny 	Normal
441 	Chatot 		Normal/Flying
442 	Spiritomb 	Dark/Ghost
443 	Gible 		Dragon/Ground
444 	Gabite 		Dragon/Ground
445 	Garchomp 	Dragon/Ground
446 	Munchlax 	Normal
447 	Riolu 		Fighting
448 	Lucario 	Fighting/Steel
449 	Hippopotas 	Ground
450 	Hippowdon 	Ground
451 	Skorupi 	Poison/Bug
452 	Drapion 	Poison/Dark
453 	Croagunk 	Poison/Fighting
454 	Toxicroak 	Poison/Fighting
455 	Carnivine 	Grass
456 	Finneon 	Water
457 	Lumineon 	Water
458 	Mantyke 	Water/Flying
459 	Snover 		Grass/Ice
460 	Abomasnow 	Grass/Ice
461 	Weavile 	Dark/Ice
462 	Magnezone 	Electric/Steel
463 	Lickilicky 	Normal
464 	Rhyperior 	Rock/Ground
465 	Tangrowth 	Grass
466 	Electivire 	Electric
467 	Magmortar 	Fire
468 	Togekiss 	Normal/Flying
469 	Yanmega 	Bug/Flying
470 	Leafeon 	Grass
471 	Glaceon 	Ice
472 	Gliscor 	Ground/Flying
473 	Mamoswine 	Ice/Ground
474 	Porygon-Z 	Normal
475 	Gallade 	Psychic/Fighting
476 	Probopass 	Rock/Steel
477 	Dusknoir 	Ghost
478 	Froslass 	Ice/Ghost
479 	Rotom 		Electric/Ghost
480 	Uxie 		Psychic
481 	Mesprit 	Psychic
482 	Azelf 		Psychic
483 	Dialga 		Dragon/Steel
484 	Palkia 		Dragon/Water
485 	Heatran 	Fire/Steel
486 	Regigigas 	Normal
487 	Giratina 	Dragon/Ghost
488 	Cresselia 	Psychic
489 	Phione 		Water
490 	Manaphy 	Water
491 	Darkrai 	Dark
492 	Shaymin 	Grass


~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~ POKEMON RUMBLE – AREA LOCATIONS ~	[PLOCATION7]
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Important Note: 

In EX Mode, Uxie, Mesprit, and Azelf may randomly appear 
in one of the listed areas. These Pokémon appear in a set two 
of the six possible areas. While playing an area, you may come 
across one of them amongst the other Pokémon you encounter.

Azelf:  Occasionally appears in Fiery Furnace or Eternal Tower.

Mesprit:  Occasionally appears in Silent Forest and Windy Prairie.

Uxie: Occasionally appears in Bright Beach and Rocky Cave.


~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~ SILENT FOREST ~	 [7ALA]
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


-- Normal Mode


Rank C 

BULBASAUR
CATERPIE
METAPOD
BUTTERFREE
PIKACHU
JIGGLYPUFF
WIGGLYTUFF, 
PARAS
PARASECT
IVYSAUR (BOSS)


Rank B


WEEDLE
KAKUNA
PIKACHU
WIGGLYTUFF 
PARASECT
VENONAT
VENOMOTH
RAICHU (BOSS)


Rank A

BULBASAUR 
IVYSAUR
METAPOD
BUTTERFREE 
KAKUNA
ODDISH
GLOOM
VILEPLUME
SCYTHER 
PINSIR
VENUSAUR (BOSS)



Rank S

VENUSAUR 
BUTTERFREE
BEEDRILL
PIKACHU
RAICHU
VILEPLUME 
VENOMOTH
CHANSEY
SCYTHER
PINSIR
DITTO
SNORLAX (BOSS)


-- Advanced Mode


Rank C

PIKACHU
CHANSEY
EEVEE
TURTWIG
BUDEW
ROSERADE
BURMY (GRASS)
WORMADAM (GRASS)
HAPPINY
GROTLE (BOSS)


Rank B

PIKACHU
RAICHU
SCYTHER
SNORLAX
KRICKETOT
KRICKETUNE
COMBEE
MUNCHLAX
CARNIVINE
VESPIQUEN (BOSS)



Rank A

SCYTHER
TURTWIG
GROTLE
WORMADAM (GRASS) 
MOTHIM
CARNIVINE
YANMEGA
GALLADE
ROTOM 
TORTERRA (BOSS)




Rank S

PIKACHU
CHANSEY
EEVEE
SNORLAX
TORTERRA
KRICKETOT
ROSELIA
MOTHIM, 
VESPIQUEN
YANMEGA
LEAFEON 
GALLADE
ROTOM
CRESSELIA (BOSS)


~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~ WINDY PRAIRIE ~	   [7BLA]
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~



-- Normal Mode


Rank C

RATTATA
RATICATE
SPEAROW
FEAROW
MEOWTH
FARFETCH’D
DODUO
DODRIO
LICKITUNG
PERSIAN (BOSS)



Rank B

PIDGEY
PIDGEOTTO
BELLSPROUT
WEEPINBELL
FARFETCH’D
EXEGGUTOR
CUBONE
LICKITUNG
PIDGEOT (BOSS)



Rank A

PIDGEOTTO
RATICATE
MEOWTH
PERSIAN
WEEPINBELL
VICTREEBEL
TAUROS
DRATINI
DRAGONAIR
AERODACTYL (BOSS)


Rank S

PIDGEOT
FEAROW
VICTREEBEL
DODRIO 
EXEGGUTOR
TANGELA
TAUROS
AERODACTYL
DRATINI
DRAGONAIR
DRAGONITE (BOSS)



-- Advanced Mode


Rank C

TANGELA
BIDOOF
PACHIRISU
CHERUBI 
CHERRIM
BUNEARY
LOPUNNY
CHATOT
TANGROWTH
BIBAREL (BOSS)


Rank B

STARLY
STARAVIA
AMBIPOM
DRIFLOON
DRIFBLIM
GLAMEOW
PURUGLY
RIOLU
STARAPTOR (BOSS)


Rank A

LICKITUNG
TANGELA
STARAVIA
PACHIRISU
LOPUNNY
CHATOT
TANGROWTH
TOGEKISS
ROTOM
LICKILICKY (BOSS)



Rank S

STARAPTOR
BIBAREL
CHERRIM
AMBIPOM
DRIFBLIM
RIOLU
LICKILICKY
TOGEKISS 
ROTOM
LUCARIO (BOSS)


~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~ ROCKY CAVE ~	  [7CLA]
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


-- Normal Mode


Rank C 

EKKANS
CLEFAIRY
CLEFABLE 
MACHOP
MACHOKE
GEODUDE
GRAVELER
ARBOK (BOSS)



Rank B 

SANDSHREW
SANDSLASH
ZUBAT 
GOLBAT
DIGLET 
MEOWTH
ONYX
RHYHORN
RHYDON (BOSS)



Rank A

CLEFABLE 
MACHOKE 
MACHAMP
GRAVELER
GOLEM
SLOWPOKE
SLOWBRO
KANGASKHAN
KABUTO
KABUTOPS
LAPRAS (BOSS)



Rank S

ARBOK 
SANDSLASH
ZUBAT 
MEOWTH
MACHOKE
GOLEM
SLOWBROW
ONYX
RHYDON 
KANGASKHAN
LAPRAS
DITTO, 
AERODACTYL
ARTICUNO (BOSS)


-- Advanced Mode


Rank C 

GEODUDE
GRAVELER 
ONYX
RHYDON
EEVEE
CROAGUNK
TOXICROAK (BOSS)



Rank B

CLEFAIRY
CLEFABLE
ZUBAT
GOLBAT
MACHOP
MACHAMP
ONYX
GIBLE
SNOVER
ABOMASNOW (BOSS)



Rank A

CLEFABLE
MACHOKE
MACHAMP
GRAVELER
GOLEM
RHYHORN
RHYDON
TOXICROAK
WEAVILE
MAMOSWINE
PROBOPASS
FROSLASS
ROTOM
RHYPERIOR




Rank S
 
ZUBAT
MACHAMP
GOLEM
EEVEE
GABITE
ABOMASNOW
WEAVILE 
RHYPERIOR
GLACEON
MAMOSWINE 
PROBOPASS 
FROSLASS 
ROTOM
GARCHOMP (BOSS)
 


~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~ FIERY FURNACE ~	   [7DLA]
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~



-- Normal Mode



Rank C 

CHARMANDER 
VULPIX 
NINETAILS
MANKEY
PRIMEAPE 
MAGNEMITE
MAGNETON
EEVEE
CHARMELEON (BOSS)



Rank B
 
GORWLITHE
ARCANINE
PONYTA
RAPIDASH 
VOLTORB 
ELECTRODE 
HITMONLEE
HITMONCHAN
MAGMAR (BOSS)



Rank A

CHARMANDER
CHARMELEON
NINETAILS
PRIMEAPE
MAGNETON
HITMONLEE	
HITMONCHAN 
MAGMAR
CHARIZARD (BOSS)



Rank S

CHARIZARD
ARCANINE
RAPIDASH
ELECTRODE
DITTO
EEVEE
FLAREON
MOLTRES (BOSS)


-- Advanced Mode




Rank C

PONYTA 
RAPIDASH 
MAGMAR 
FLAREON
CHIMCHAR
CRANIDOS
SHIELDON
MONFERNO (BOSS)



Rank B

MAGNEMITE 
MAGNETON
SHINX
LUXIO 
CRANIDOS
SHIELDON
LUXRAY (BOSS)



Rank A
 
RAPIDASH 
MAGNETON 
CHIMCHAR 
MONFERNO 
SHINX
MAGNEZONE
ROTOM 
INFERNAPE (BOSS)



Rank S

MAGMAR
EEVEE
FLAREON 
INFERNAPE 
LUXRAY
RAMPARDOS
BASTIODON
LICKILICKY
MAGMORTAR
ROTOM
HEATRAN (BOSS)



~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~ BRIGHT BEACH ~	[7ELA]
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


-- Normal Mode



Rank C
 
SQUIRTLE 
POLIWAG
POLIWHIRL
TENTACOOL
TENTACRUEL
SHELLDER 
MAGIKARP
EEVEE 
WARTORTLE (BOSS)



Rank B
 
PSYDUCK 
GOLDUCK 
KRABBY 
HORSEA 
SEADRA 
GOLDEEN 
SEAKING 
JYNX (BOSS)



Rank A

SQUIRTLE 
WARTORTLE
POLIWHIRL 
POLIWRATH 
SEEL
DEWGONG 
SHELLDER
KINGLER
STARYU
STARMIE 
JYNX 
OMANYTE
OMASTAR
BLASTOISE (BOSS)



Rank S

BLASTOISE
GOLDUCK 
POLIWRATH 
TENTACRUEL 
DEWGONG 
SEADRA 
SEAKING
STARMIE
MAGIKARP 
EEVEE 
VAPOREON 
OMASTAR
GYARADOS (BOSS)


-- Advanced Mode


Rank C

TENTACOOL 
TENTACRUEL 
MAGIKARP 
GYARADOS 
EEVEE 
PINPLUP 
BUIZEL 
FLOATZEL 
FINNEON
LUMINEON 
PRINPLUP (BOSS)



Rank B
 
PSYDUCK
GOLDUCK
MAGIKARP
SEAKING 
SHELLOS (PINK) 
GASTRADON (PINK)
HIPPOPOTAS
MANTYKE 
HIPPOWDON (BOSS)



Rank A

TENTACRUEL 
GYARADOS 
PINPLUP
PRINPLUP 
FLOATZEL 
LUMINEON 
MANTYKE
ROTOM 
EMPOLEON (BOSS)



Rank S
 
GOLDUCK 
SEAKING
EEVEE
VAPOREON 
EMPOLEON 
GASTRADON (PINK) 
HIPPOWDON
ROTOM
REGIGIGAS (BOSS)


~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~ETERNAL TOWER ~	[7FLA]
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~



-- Normal Mode


Rank C

NIDORAN (F)
NIDORINA
NIDORAN (M)
NIDORINO
DROWZEE
HYPNO
CUBONE
EEVEE
MAROWAK (BOSS)



Rank B

ABRA 
KADABRA 
GHASTLY 
HAUNTER 
KOFFING 
WHEEZING 
MR. MIME 
ELECTABUZZ (BOSS)



Rank A

NIDORINA 
NIDOQUEEN 
NIDORINO 
NIDOKING 
KADABRA 
ALAKAZAM 
GRIMER 
MUK
HAUNTER 
ELECTABUZZ
PORYGON 
GENGAR (BOSS)



Rank S
 
NIDOQUEEN
NIDOKING 
ALAKAZAM 
GENGAR 
CUBONE
MR. MIME 
DITTO
EEVEE 
JOLTEON
ZAPDOS (BOSS)



-- Advanced Mode


Rank C
 
ABRA
KADABRA
ALAKAZAM
EEVEE
PORYGON
STUNKY
SKUNTANK
SKORUPI
DRAPION
PORYGON Z
MISMAGIUS (BOSS)


Rank B

GHASTLY 
HAUNTER 
MR. MIME
HONCHKROW
CHINGLING
BRONZOR 
BONSLY 
MIME JR. 
GLISCOR 
BRONZONG (BOSS)


Rank A
 
KADABRA
ALAKAZAM
HAUNTER
GENGAR
MR. MIME
MISMAGIUS 
CHINGLING 
SKUNTANK 
MIME JR.
DRAPION
ROTOM 
DUSKNOIR (BOSS)


Rank S

ALAKAZAM
GENGAR 
ELECTABUZZ 
EEVEE
JOLTEON
HONCHKROW
BRONZONG
ELECTIVIRE
GLISCOR
PORYGON Z
DUSKNOIR
ROTOM
SPIRITOMB (BOSS)




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~ POKEMON TICKETS ~		[POKETICKET8]
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1) 

When you release certain combinations of Pokémon at the same 
time, you will earn a free recruitment ticket. When you pick it 
up afterwards (it appears on the ground in front of the release 
machine) you can then bring it to the recruitment service and 
select the ticket to get the corresponding Pokémon toy. Example: 
A Rattata ticket would net a Rattata when you use the ticket.

Note: Using a Ticket will sometimes net you a Pokémon 
with an ability.



2) 

Five of the same Pokémon usually net an evolved form (of the 
five Pokémon released) ticket. For example: 5 X Rattata = 1 
Raticate ticket 

Note: When you release 5 of a Pokémon that can have multiple 
evolutions, the resulting ticket is a loop of the highest
evolution to the lowest evolution.

So for Example:

(5X) Bulbasaur = 1 Ivysaur Ticket
(5X) Ivysaur   = 1 Venusaur Ticket
(5X) venusaur  = 1 Bulbasaur Ticket

1 --> 2 --> 3 --> 1.



3) 

You can only have ONE TICKET AT A TIME! So DON'T release 
5 Rattatas and 5 Metapods and expect to get 2 tickets. Release 
five at once, get a ticket, use the ticket, and then rinse and 
repeat. 


4) 

Favorite (heart icon) Pokémon cannot be released. 
Undo the favorite status (-) if you want to release them.


5)


The resulting level of a Pokémon when using a ticket is 
dependant on the Mode it is used in, NOT the levels of the 
Pokémon released to get it.



For example:



The Articuno resulting from releasing these:


Pidgeot (Lv. 2000)
Fearow  (Lv. 2000)
Jynx    (Lv. 2000)
Lapras  (Lv. 2000)



Is just as good as...



The Articuno resulting from releasing these:


Pidgeot (Lv. 500)
Fearow  (Lv. 500)
Jynx    (Lv. 500)
Lapras  (Lv. 500)



As long as you use the ticket in Ex Mode.


Note: The only exception to this is Password Pokémon.

Bottom line?
Happy hunting!  :D



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Special Ticket Release Combinations 
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1) 

The Legendary Bird Pokémon: 



Pidgeot + Fearow + Jynx + Lapras
- ARTICUNO Ticket

Charizard + Pidgeot + Fearow + Magmar
- MOLTRES Ticket

Pidgeot + Fearow + Raichu + Electabuzz
- ZAPDOS Ticket




2) 

Alternate Rotom Forms


Rotom + Leafeon
- CUT ROTOM Ticket

Rotom + Glaceon	
- FROST ROTOM Ticket

Rotom + Flareon
- HEAT ROTOM Ticket

Rotom + Jolteon
- SPIN ROTOM Ticket

Rotom + Vaporeon
- WASH ROTOM Ticket




3) 

Pokémon Pearl, Diamond, and Platinum - Legendaries:



Dragonite + Bastiodon + Lucario + Garchomp + Magnezone
- DIALGA Ticket

Gengar + Dragonite + Garchomp + Spiritomb + Dusknoir
- GIRATINA Ticket

Blastoise + Gyarados + Dragonite + Empoleon + Garchomp
- PALKIA Ticket




4) 

Phione and Manaphy:


Lapras + Vaporeon
- PHIONE Ticket

3x Phione	
- MANAPHY Ticket




5) 

Other Legendary Pokémon: 


Dialga + Palkia + Giratina
- MEWTWO Ticket

Cut Rotom, Spin Rotom, Wash Rotom, Frost Rotom, Heat Rotom)
- DARKRAI Ticket

Arcanine + Charizard + Kangaskhan + Bastiodon + Arbok
- SHAYMIN Ticket



6) 

Various Pokémon tickets:


(5x) Shellos (Pink) 
- GASTRADON (Blue) Ticket

(5x) Gastradon (Pink)  
- SHELLOS (Blue) Ticket  

(5X) Mothim
- BURMY (SAND/TRASH CLOAK) Ticket*

(5X) Burmy (Grass Cloak)
- WORMADAM (SAND/TRASH CLOAK) Ticket*


* Whether you get Sand Cloak (Yellow - Wormadam will have innate 
ground type added) or Trash Coat (Pink - Wormadam will have 
innate steel type added) is completely random.




~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~ POKEMON RUMBLE - KNOWN US REGION PASSWORDS ~	[POKEPASS9]
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


Note 1 - Input these codes in the recruit machine in the terminal.
Note 2 - Password Pokémon can be acquired only once per save file.
Note 3 - Will be a VERY HIGH LEVEL (1000+)

Note 4 - If you don't already have a high Wonder Key Rank, 
their power level will be temporarily limited to match your 
Wonder Key's Rank limitation (this is indicated by a bright blue 
exclamation point next to their name. When you increase in rank 
their level will rise until it gets back to its original 
power level.



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Chimchar*

8109-8384

Attack(s): Ember
           Fury Swipes


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Piplup*

9900-2455

Attack(s): Bubble
           Pound


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Charmander*

7927-6161

Attack(s): Ember


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Giratina (Origin Form)

8322-3706 

Attack(s): Shadow Force


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Shaymin (Sky Form)

5468-6284

Attack(s): Seed Flare


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Bidoof (Shiny)

5575-2435

Attack(s): Super Power
           Hyper Fang

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Rattata (Shiny)

9849-3731 

Attack(s): Reversal
           Double Edge


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Squirtle

6824-2045

Attack(s): Bubble


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Charizard*

7968-4528

Attack(s): Flamethrower


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Venusaur*

1589-3955 

Attack(s): SolarBeam 


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~Cherrim (Positive Forme)*

7540-5667   
  
Attack(s): SolarBeam 



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Eevee*

0511-0403 

Attack(s):   Quick Attack 


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Blastoise*
 
9580-1423 

Attack(s):   Aqua Tail 


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Mew*  

9561-8808

Attack(s):   Cut 


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Turtwig* 

8672-1076

Attack(s):   Razor Leaf, Absorb 


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* No abilities, Not Shiny




~~~~~~~~~~~~
~ ABILITES ~		[ABILITY10]
~~~~~~~~~~~~


(Various Type) Guards:

Bug Guard
Less damage received from Bug type attacks.


Dark Guard 
Less damage received from Dark type attacks.


Dragon Guard 
Less damage received from Dragon type attacks.


Electric Guard
Less damage received from Electric type attacks.


Fight Guard 
Less damage received from Fight type attacks.


Fire Guard 
Less damage received from Fire type attacks.


Flying Guard 
Less damage received from Flying type attacks.


Ghost Guard 
Less damage received from Ghost type attacks.


Grass Guard 
Less damage received from Grass type attacks.


Ground Guard 
Less damage received from Ground type attacks.


Ice Guard 
Less damage received from Ice type attacks.


Normal Guard
Less damage received from Normal type attacks.


Poison Guard
Less damage received from Poison type attacks.


Psychic Guard
Less damage received from Psychic type attacks.


Rock Guard
Less damage received from Rock type attacks.


Steel Guard
Less damage received from Steel type attacks.


Water Guard
Less damage received from Water type attacks.




Brawny
Has higher HP.


Feisty
A Pokémon with this ability will knock enemy Pokémon back 
much more than usual when attacking.


Hardy
The Pokémon has a 50 % Defense boost.


Healthy 
Regenerates 1% of HP every second.


Gutsy 
Higher critical hit rate. (More effective than Scrappy)


Mighty
A Pokémon with this ability will get knocked back much
less than normal when attacked.


Rally
In multiplayer, the Pokémon used by the
other players will become stronger than normal.


Scrappy
Higher critical hit rate.


Snappy
Moves used by a Pokémon will occur much faster.
Less charge times.


Lucky 
More money drops from enemies when defeated by a Pokémon with 
this ability. 
Three coins appear instead of only one.


Perky
Recovers from status changes much faster than normal.


Punchy 
The Pokémon has a 50% Attack Boost.


Speedy 
Moves REALLY fast


Steady  
Will never be inflicted with a negative status. 
No more status effects!


Note: This ability will ALSO cancel the effects 
from self regenerating-status moves, ie. rest,
Ingrain, etc. The Pokemon will wake up 
immediately and thus will not regain any HP.





~~~~~~~~~~~~
~ CREDITS ~			[CREDITY11]	
~~~~~~~~~~~~


-- In no particular order --


1) Brady Games Pokédex and Guides


They may be known for errors and mistakes in their guides, but 
they still get the job done regardless. It helped a great deal 
with the few Pokémon names that took me a while to recall. I like 
making absolutely sure they are the right ones before I write 
their name down. I like the pictures they included as well. 

I respect the amount of effort they put into their guides. I also 
respect their ability to be able to work to that extent even when 
under such demanding time restraints. I wish I could be working 
for them. Keep it up guys.



2) Wikipedia  


I used it as a Pokémon name spelling reference. Yeah, I still 
remember what they are called. But… that doesn’t help me spell 
them correctly. Yeah… remembering what they are and remembering 
how they are spelled are two VERY DIFFERENT things.  (It’s also 
REALLY sad that I STILL remember all of their names so easily, and 
yet I can’t remember simple life facts sometimes…) Hmm...



3) Serebii.net -  http://www.serebii.net



As always, an EXCELLENT Pokémon reference! Couldn’t remember 
a lot of the dual types. This site helped fill in the blanks! 
Also helped me remember what Pokémon appear where. I couldn’t 
remember a lot of them. This awesome site saved me from having 
to go back and forth constantly… saved my neck a lot of 
discomfort! Also helped with names / locations/ and abilities 
as well as moves. Thank you!

- Also helped with pretty much EVERYTHING else! Such an awesome
Pokémon related site. Keep it up and thanks a bunch!



4) GameFAQS/ GameSpot -  http://www.gamefaqs.com


GameFAQS! 
Just because they are awesome! 
Seriously, do I ACTUALLY need to explain? ^^
It is THE home of the gamers! 



5) Nintendo


I suppose I should thank Nintendo…  for actually doing 
something right for once. 

Thanks for the great game, guys!

Thanks for not making us buy a bunch more Pokémon games 
just to complete the collection!



6) TO YOU – The Readers!! (Of course!) 


I thank you for actually reading this! Thanks for your time!
I hope I managed to help you at least a little. (Or entertain 
you slightly if nothing else.)

Take care!



7) ME 


I actually wrote a FAQ for once! 
Yay, congrats, me! (Sure, it's not very long... but, hey!
It's a start!) I just got slightly less lazy! 

Whee!




8) OTHER HELP RECIEVED!



Arash (?)
 
- Provided the Chimchar and Piplup passwords. Thanks!



BowserGuy


- Pointed out the error in EX Mode Battle Royale Stage 4-1. 
I originally said Mewtwo was included  as well. Oops.

- Told me the passwords for Charmander, Giratina (Origin Form),
Shaymin (Sky Form), Shiny Bidoof, Shiny Rattata, Squirtle!
and gave the link to (BobTDonut, jakestar0306, and Blk_Mage_Ctype)
password update in the cheats section.



Bree4Ever

-Supplied the US Charizard Password! 




Chris C

- Added information to the "Steady" ability. ^^




eli36397

- Helped me add more abilities and their effects.

- Helped me add a huge list of moves and some of their 
information. 

Surf
X-Scissor
Shadow Force
Seed Flare
Blizzard
Rock Slide
Solarbeam
Fury Attack
Aqua Jet
Bubble
Ice Fang
Crunch: 
Take Down
Muddy Water
Lick
Rock Climb
Mud Bomb
Bubblebeam
Poison Jab
Absorb
Wood Hammer
Horn Attack
Confusion
Hyper Beam
Psychic
Dark Pulse
Flail
Super Fang
Hyper Fang
Acid
Scratch
Bug Bite
Slash
Sky Attack
Icy Wind
Bite
Water Gun
Flame Wheel 
Swords Dance
Tail Whip
Thunder Wave


- Mentioned that I didn't list some of the password Pokémon's
moves in the move section. Oops...



goku454545


- Pointed out the 5X Shellos/Gastridon error. 
I had it backwards. Whoops...

- Mentioned that the 1st Gen Pokémon appear in 
Advanced Mode as well.

- Helped confirm that sparkly Pokémon do have 
100% befriend rates.

- Mentioned that wobble state can be canceled 
with negative status conditions. 

- Mentioned that money drops disappear after a 
few seconds. I forgot to put it in general info. 
Oops...

- Helped me verify the EX Mode random Pokémon 
appearances info that I thought could be possible.
Also mentioned Uxie, Mesprit, and Azelf appearances. 

- Pointed out an area naming error. I put meadows instead 
of prairie. Oops... 



hotdogturtle

- Helped me correct a LARGE error! Sheesh, I must be more tired 
than  I thought... 0_o; Phew! Thanks!

- Gave me a great suggestion and method for improving the 
Release ticket info so it's less confusing for newcomers.
Thanks again!


Luke

- Helped verify Teleport effect. (Yeah, I figured it was a 
defensive move, but I wasn't sure.)

- Told me about horn Drill and it's effect. Thanks!



Masterluigi452

- Verified Protect is available in Normal - Mode Rank C.
Thanks so much!  :D




metath

- Mentioned the ground type ability and provided its effect.

- Wobble info: weaknesses may help induce wobble state too.



Midnighthobo89


- Figured out the area stages that Mesprit, Uxie, and Azelf may 
appear in while playing them in EX Mode. 



Umuru    

- In forums - Also helped confirmed that Glaceon is in 
Rocky Cave. Leafeon is in Silent Forest in Advanced Mode 
Rank S.


Stormkid5

- Confirmed a few move "found" locations: 

U-Turn 
Grass Knot
Pound
Steel Wing

Silver Wind 
Dark Pulse
Dragon Pulse 
Gust
Endure
Take Down
Surf

- Helped me add another move + info to the list.

Thunderbolt

- Reminded me to look into a few abilities.



Super Shadowman

- In forums: Noted that Glaceon is in Rocky Cave / Leafeon 
is in Silent Forest in Advanced Mode Rank S.



VermillionZero


- Mentioned how to change the controller types for single 
player with a few notes regarding this.

- Helped me add even MORE moves to the moves list / move 
info!


Ember
Fire Blast
Bug Bite
Silver Wind
Rock Slide
Nasty Plot
Ice Fang
Psybeam
Teleport
Softboiled


Attack Order
Bug Buzz
Fury Cutter
Leech Life
String Shot
Fake Tears
Pursuit
Dragon Pulse
Dragon Rush
Thunder
Thunder Punch
Close Combat
Dynamicpunch
Focus Blast
Revenge
Vacuum Wave
Heat Wave
Destiny Bond
Leaf Storm
Magical Leaf
Mega Drain
Petal Dance
Stun Spore
Fissure
Crush Claw
Constrict
Disable
Defense Curl
Fury Swipes
Quick Attack
Perish Song
Protect
Roar
Sing
Slam


- Noted some errors in a few sections. Again, oops...

- Helped me confirm that Scrappy and Gutsy are a little
different. Thanks!

- Helped me add more Information.



WhiteHeroAlex

- Helped Verify the locations of the moves Shadow Claw in Iron Tail.
And no worries, knowing that it has been found in a certain mode 
was my biggest concern.

Thanks for your help! 




~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Whoa!! I've gotten LOTS of help!
Thanks a bunch, everyone!
I really, REALLY appreciate it!
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~



BY THE WAY...

Mr. Boxer Buni - (Copyright 2007-2009 K.A.M.)
...Wants to tell you that...

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It's OVER!