~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~ 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. ~~~~~~ WHEE!! ~~~~~~ Version: 0.92 - Updated - 4/25/2010 A small amount of additions, mostly Moves info (+ Credit) A few minor "spelling" corrections. Realization that it took me forever to update* 0.o; Version: 0.91 - Updated - 12/10/09 Updated the ability section with "type guard" info. Various Information added + credit given. Password section updated + credit given. Version: 0.89 - Updated - 12/2/09 A few updates for the move section + credit given! A MAJOR Error corrected + credit given! Ticket release info updated + credit given. 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COFFEE...! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~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) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~ POKEMON TICKETS ~ [POKETICKET8] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 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 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Special Ticket Release Combinations ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 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. ~~~~~~ Chimchar* 8109-8384 Attack(s): Ember Fury Swipes ~~~~~~ Piplup* 9900-2455 Attack(s): Bubble Pound ~~~~~~ Charmander* 7927-6161 Attack(s): Ember ~~~~~~ Giratina (Origin Form) 8322-3706 Attack(s): Shadow Force ~~~~~~ Shaymin (Sky Form) 5468-6284 Attack(s): Seed Flare ~~~~~~ Bidoof (Shiny) 5575-2435 Attack(s): Super Power Hyper Fang ~~~~~~~ Rattata (Shiny) 9849-3731 Attack(s): Reversal Double Edge ~~~~~~~~ Squirtle 6824-2045 Attack(s): Bubble ~~~~~~~ Charizard* 7968-4528 Attack(s): Flamethrower ~~~~~~~~~~ Venusaur* 1589-3955 Attack(s): SolarBeam ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~Cherrim (Positive Forme)* 7540-5667 Attack(s): SolarBeam ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Eevee* 0511-0403 Attack(s): Quick Attack ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Blastoise* 9580-1423 Attack(s): Aqua Tail ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Mew* 9561-8808 Attack(s): Cut ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Turtwig* 8672-1076 Attack(s): Razor Leaf, Absorb ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ * 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... _ _ : :: : :_::_: (^__^) [ ]- : -[ ] \__/ _: :_ It's OVER!
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