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If it rains in battle and if you use the move Thunder it can always hit. | Submitted by Arjan

If it’s sunny weather in battle use the move solar beam and it’s accuracy will be at 100% | Submitted by Arjan

Found on Route 120 only. | Submitted by Neto

Found at the Sky Pillar. | Submitted by Neto

When you get the "CLAW FOSSIL" in the desert go to Slateport city and go to Devon Company. Go to first floor and talk to the scientist at the extreme right, he will tell u that he has made a machine taht brings back pokemon back to life from there fossils. Give him the fossil and got to second floor and again come down and he will give u tthe pokemon "ANORITH". | Submitted by yusuf

On Route 113 there are exactly 287 steps in the ashes and 16 steps coming down the Jagged Pass. You have to go through the whole of Route 113 a little over 60 times to get everything(that's not including quick walk throughs just to get through). | Submitted by SaraDenise

When you get the Sea Incense from Mt. Pyre, breed two Marill (male and female). Give the female Marill the Sea Incense and put the two Pokemon in the Daycare Center. When you get the egg, you will get only male Azurills. If you gave the Sea Incense to the male Marill, you will only get female Azurills. | Submitted by Neto

To get these pokémon, you have to get a male and a female from each. Azurill>Marrill can be found on route 117. Pichu>Pikachu can be found in the safari zone, Igglybuff>Jigglypuff can be found on route 115. Give a Marrill the sea incense from Mt. Pyre, the Pikachu the magnet from the Trick Master and the Jigglypuff the Silk Scarf from Dewford (the house right next to the boat) and leave them at the day care. After a While you get an egg, let it hatch and you've got them! | Submitted by Laurens

Bagon is the first stage of Salamence (Dake's best Pokemon, which is Dragon and Flying type). You can find it in the smallest room in Meteor Falls. On the rectangular piece of land, you will find TM02 (Dragon Claw), which gives Attack 80 and Accuracy 100. Bagon evolves into Shellgon, then into Salamence. Salamence is like a fire dragon; cannot learn water attacks, but can learn Flying, Fire, and Dragon attacks. | Submitted by Neto

If you have friends who also go to the Battle Tower, you can Mix Records with them. Eventually you will face them in the Battle Tower. | Submitted by HRBEK

Complete tasks in the Battle Tower to earn the following prizes:

1-5 Victories:


6 or more Victories:

Bright Powder
Choice Band
Focus Band
King's Rock
Mental Herb
Quick Claw
Scope Lens
White Herb

50 Victories in a row:

Award Ribbon
Silver Shield

100 Victories in a row:
Gold Shield | Submitted by Stryker82

This will only work if you have 2 GBA's and 2 Games. (Or you use a friends) Start the game and get the starter pokemon you want. Then trade it to your other game and restart your game. Then if you got the fire type, get water this time, if you got water, get grass, if you got grass, get water. Now trade back the starter pokemon you got earlier. Now your rival will have the opposite type pokemon as you so you will have an advantage and hey, you get to starter pokemon. | Submitted by xgreendayx

When you start the game, you can choose 3 types:

Mudkip, type: WATER, evolves on Lv. 16 into Marshtomp, type: WATER,GROUND, evolves on Lv. 36 into Swampert, type:WATER,GROUND. It will be useful against Leader Wattson in Mauville, Leader Roxanne in Rustboro, Leader Flannery in Lavaridge, and against Leader Tate & Liza in Mossdeep.

Treecko, type: GRASS, evolves into Grovyle on Lv. 16, type: GRASS, evolves in Sceptile on Lv. 36, Type: GRASS. It will be useful against Roxanne and Wallace.

Torchic, type: FIRE, evolves on Lv. 16 into Combusken, type: FIRE,FIGHT, evolves on Lv. 36 into Blaziken, Type:FIRE,FIGHT. It will be useful against Roxanne (when evolved).

Recommended: Mudkip, because it's useful against much leaders, Torchic, because it's a fire type, and those are very hard to find in the beginning. | Submitted by Laurens

After you defeat Steven (the champion), go to his house in Mossdeep City. Read the book (Letter) on the table. It says to take the Pokeball. It contains a Beldum, at level 5. It is a Steel/Psychic type that knows Take Down. | Submitted by Neto

To get Bellosom, you must capture Gloom. (in the safari zone.) Then travel to Mossdeep City and defeat Liza and Kate then talk to this sailor, (he is outdoors.)he will say he found something rolling down the beach. He will give you a sunstone! Use the sunstone on Gloom, and he/she will evolve into bellosom. | Submitted by Gage

When there are berry plants blooming, water them, save the game, then turn the Game Boy On and off. when you continue the plants will have berries. Places to get berries: Pretty Petal flower shop, Berry Masters house, Lilicove (from the gentleman), and Sootopolis (from Kiri).

Note: plant berries in the berry masters garden sso you know where to find them. | Submitted by Laurens

Go to lilycove go a bit past the move deleter's house.There will be a man in brown every so often he will give you a berrie. | Submitted by Carson

The best moves for Kyogre are : ice beam, hydro pump, sheer cold and thunder. | Submitted by Alan

At the beginning of the game, you should pick Torchic for your first pokemon(and it's not because i have a lv 79 blazikien in mine) you should do this, especially in sapphire,(because you get Kyogre), because in the elite four, these two pokemon, when leveled up real good(it will be easy), will rock the house! Teach your blazikien these moves; double kick, blaze kick. these are fire and fighting moves. use these against Sidney(fighting move), Phoebe(fire move) Glacia,(fighting move, and some electricity if you have a strong electric pokemon),and with Drake, use fighting moves, and ice moves. Kyogre should know ice and water moves. Use the ice moves against drake.

for the champian steven;
skarmony;blaze kick
claydol;any water move
aggron;double kick
cradily;preferably blaze kick, but a wayer type move will do.
armaldo;water moves, but you could use double kick.
metagross;blaze kick

these are also preferable pokemon;
groudon,flygon,swampert,golem,sandslash,donphan; ground

(My favorite types are water, dark, and dragon.)

Hope you like my insight.(And girl gamers; GIRL POWER!!!!) | Submitted by Poke'MasterChic

Go to Rustboro.Go up till you can go up or left.And go left.Keep go till you find the cave where you get strength.Go in and when you can go left or right.Go left and exit the cave.There will be a guy there.Talk to him and hey will say"Will you help me find my glasses" Use the itemfinder.You will find the black glasses.Talk to the guy and he will leave. | Submitted by Jeager

I think that the best moves for Blaziken are Sky Uppercut, Blaze Kick, Fire Blast, and Flamethrower. | Submitted by xgreendayx

The best moves for Blaziken are: Blaze Kick, Brick Break, Bulk Up, and Sky Uppercut. | Submitted by Neto

Go to route 119 and find the house. Go left and fish with the super rod and you should eventually find and blue and green carvanha. | Submitted by JoeMitchell

As soon as you walk out of slateport city on the north side, go to the grass on the left and start searching. | Submitted by Tony

After you save the weather institute, talk to the man blocking the doorway. He will give you the Castform. It changes form, depending on the weather. It knows Hail, Powder Snow, Rain Dance, and Sunny Day. It is a Normal type and is at level 25. | Submitted by Neto

The best moves for Castform are Blizzard, Fireblast, Thunder, and Solar Beam. | Submitted by Neto

When you through a pokeball at a pokemon hold down l,r,a and b. Then wait until the first shake of the ball then release. You're almost certain to catch a pokemon! | Submitted by LukeVerhave

To catch Pokemon easier after you threw your pokeball keep pressing B repeadily. You should have a better chance of catching that Pokemon. | Submitted by xgreendayx

To catch Jirachi you have to get 5 stars next to your name on your trainer card.To do that you have to defeat the elite 4,win all five contests and have their portraits drawn,win 50 battles at battle tower,complete your pokedex,and defeat EVERY trainer in the game.Then go to the space center in Modseep and talk to everyone in there. One of them will tell you the number of the flight.If it is flight 100 he may let you on the rocket and you will encounter Jirachi in space.Or you will just encounter him in the wild after you get 5 stars but try the rocket thing first. | Submitted by CheaterX

To activate these codes do:

I. Go to cheats
II. Then to cheat list...
III. Press gameshark...
IV. Write E.g. 001 - Bulbasaur. in the description area and C7715E5D 4B03490C in the Code area.

001 - Bulbasaur
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002 - Ivysaur
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003 - Venusaur
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004 - Charmander
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005 - Charmeleon
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006 - Charizard
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007 - Squirtle
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008 - Wartortle
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009 - Blastoise
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010 - Caterpie
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011 - Metapod
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012 - Butterfree
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013 - Weedle
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014 - Kakuna
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015 - Beedrill
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016 - Pidgey

017 - Pidgeotto
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018 - Pidgeot
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019 - Rattata
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020 - Raticate
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021 - Spearow
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022 - Fearow
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023 - Ekans
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024 - Arbok
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025 - Pikachu
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026 - Raichu
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027 - Sandshrew
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028 - Sandslash
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029 - Nidoran Female
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030 - Nidorina
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031 - Nidoqueen
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032 - Nidoran Male
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033 - Nidorino

034 - Nidoking
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035 - Clefairy
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036 - Clefable
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037 - Vulpix
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038 - Ninetales
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039 - Jigglypuff
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040 - Wigglytuff

041 - Zubat
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042 - Golbat
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043 - Oddish
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044 - Gloom
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045 - Vileplume
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046 - Paras
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047 - Parasect
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048 - Venonat
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049 - Venomoth
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050 - Diglett
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051 - Dugtrio

052 - Meowth
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053 - Persian
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054 - Psyduck
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055 - Golduck
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056 - Mankey
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057 - Primeape
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058 - Growlithe
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059 - Arcanine
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060 - Poliwag
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061 - Poliwhirl
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062 - Poliwrath
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063 - Abra
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064 - Kadabra

065 - Alakazam
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066 - Machop
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067 - Machoke
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068 - Machamp
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069 - Bellsprout
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070 - Weepinbell
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071 - Victreebel
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072 - Tentacool

073 - Tentacruel
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074 - Geodude

075 - Graveler
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076 - Golem
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077 - Ponyta
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078 - Rapidash
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079 - Slowpoke
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080 - Slowbro
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081 - Magnemite

082 - Magneton
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083 - Farfetch'd
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084 - Doduo
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085 - Dodrio

086 - Seel
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087 - Dewgong
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088 - Grimer
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089 - Muk
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090 - Shellder
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091 - Cloyster
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092 - Gastly
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093 - Haunter
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094 - Gengar
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095 - Onix
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096 - Drowzee
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097 - Hypno
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098 - Krabby
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099 - Kingler
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100 - Voltorb

101 - Electrode
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102 - Exeggcute
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103 - Exeggutor
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104 - Cubone
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105 - Marowak
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106 - Hitmonlee
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107 - Hitmonchan
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108 - Lickitung
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109 - Koffing
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110 - Weezing
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111 - Rhyhorn

112 - Rhydon
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113 - Chansey
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114 - Tangela
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115 - Kangaskhan

116 - Horsea
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117 - Seadra

118 - Goldeen
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119 - Seaking
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120 - Staryu
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121 - Starmie
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122 - Mr.Mime
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123 - Scyther
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124 - Jynx
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125 - Electabuzz
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126 - Magmar
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127 - Pinsir
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128 - Tauros
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129 - Magikarp
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130 - Gyarados
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131 - Lapras
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132 - Ditto
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133 - Eevee
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134 - Vaporeon
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135 - Jolteon
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136 - Flareon
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137 - Porygon
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138 - Omanyte

139 - Omastar
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140 - Kabuto
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141 - Kabutops
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142 - Aerodactyl

143 - Snorlax
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144 - Articuno
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145 - Zapdos
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146 - Moltres
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147 - Dratini
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148 - Dragonair
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149 - Dragonite
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150 - Mewtwo
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151 - Mew
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152 - Chikorita
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153 - Bayleef
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154 - Meganium
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155 - Cyndaquil
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156 - Quilava
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157 - Typhlosion
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158 - Totodile
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159 - Croconaw
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160 - Feraligatr
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161 - Sentret
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162 - Furret
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163 - Hoothoot
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164 - Noctowl
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165 - Ledyba
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166 - Ledian
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167 - Spinarak
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168 - Ariados
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169 - Crobat

170 - Chinchou
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171 - Lanturn
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172 - Pichu

173 - Cleffa
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174 - Igglybuff

175 - Togepi
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176 - Togetic
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177 - Natu
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178 - Xatu
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179 - Mareep
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180 - Flaaffy
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181 - Ampharos
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182 - Bellossom
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183 - Marill
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184 - Azumarill
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185 - Sudowoodo
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186 - Politoed
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187 - Hoppip
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188 - Skiploom
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189 - Jumpluff
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190 - Aipom
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191 - Sunkern
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192 - Sunflora
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193 - Yanma
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194 - Wooper
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195 - Quagsire
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196 - Espeon
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197 - Umbreon
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198 - Murkrow
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199 - Slowking
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200 - Misdreavus
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201 - Unown

202 - Wobbuffet
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203 - Girafarig
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204 - Pineco
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205 - Foretress

206 - Dunsparce
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207 - Gligar
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208 - Steelix
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209 - Snubbull
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210 - Granbull
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211 - Qwilfish
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212 - Scizor
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213 - Shuckle
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214 - Heracross
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215 - Sneasel
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216 - Teddiursa
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217 - Ursaring
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218 - Slugma
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219 - Magcargo
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220 - Swinub
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221 - Piloswine
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222 - Corsola
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223 - Remoraid
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224 - Octillery
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225 - Delibird
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226 - Mantine
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227 - Skarmory
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228 - Houndour
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229 - Houndoom
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230 - Kingdra
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231 - Phanpy
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232 - Donphan

233 - Porygon2
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234 - Stantler
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235 - Smeargle
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236 - Tyrogue
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237 - Hitmontop
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238 - Smoochum
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239 - Elekid
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240 - Magby
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241 - Miltank
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242 - Blissey
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243 - Raikou

244 - Entei
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245 - Suicune
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246 - Larvitar
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247 - Pupitar
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248 - Tyranitar
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249 - Lugia
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250 - Ho-oh
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251 - Celebi
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I caught Rayquaza with an Ultra ball on level 70 in the Sky Pillar. It is very hard to catch. I reccomend that you save the game before battleing Rayquaza so if you accidently kill it or if it kills you you can shut the game off and turn it back on so you can try to catch it again. Same thing for Kyogre who is in Cave of Origin. So you never run out of tries.

Note:You need to beat the champion before catching Rayquaza. | Submitted by DeanVenturin

Having trouble catching a legendary Pokémon? Look here to catch that legendary Pokémon!

Bring about 50 Ultra and Timer Balls because this battle will take forever. Go to the location of the legendary Pokémon of your choice. Battle it until it gets into the red zone (10 HP or less) Then,start throwing Ultra Balls at it. It's easier if ya have put a status aliment on it. When you've reached around 20-30 Ultra Balls,start using Timer Balls because they will work better around this time. SAVE BEFORE STARTING THE BATTLE FOR 2 REASONS!!! 1st reason,you only have a limited amount of time before the Pokémon uses the last ditch move,Struggle,which hurts the Pokémon using it. 2nd reason,if you accidentally defeat it or it defeats you,you can reset the game so you won't have to do everything over again. | Submitted by FireElementLord

Go to the fifth city and Surf on the route that has a sign on the water. Next to it is a glitched block. Swim back and forth and it will change. | Submitted by Neto

Bring a Poke'mon that knows sweet scent(A move that attracts pokemon) In the Safari Zone. Go in the grass and use sweet scent and a pokemon will appear with out eating up your 500 safari zone steps! | Submitted by Xander

To find Chimecho, go to Mt Pyre (route 122) on the top floor (outside) Go to the far right where is a patch of grass. Search in there. After AGES (*yawn....zzzzz*) you should find a chimecho. Strangely enough, I would find them more often when my enemy team was there. But that's probably just a coincidence. | Submitted by blurgiechu

Found at Mt. Pyre (outside area, on the very top). | Submitted by Neto

Good combos for pokemon contests are... CURL and then any of the following:

Tackle | Submitted by FlameFist95

Good combos for pokemon contests are... DIVE and then any of the following:

Surf | Submitted by FlameFist95

Good combos for pokemon contests are... CHARGE and then any of the following:

Thunder Bolt
Thunder Punch | Submitted by FlameFist95

Good combos for pokemon contests are... CHARM and then any of the following:

Tailwhip | Submitted by FlameFist95

Good combos for pokemon contests are... CONFUSION and then any of the following:

Future Sight
Teleport | Submitted by FlameFist95

Good combos for pokemon contests are... CURSE and then any of the following:

Destiny Bond
Mean Look
Spite | Submitted by FlameFist95

Good combos for pokemon contests are... DOUBLE TEAM and then any of the following:

Quick Attack
Teleport | Submitted by FlameFist95

Some good combos for Pokemon Contest are... GROWTH and then any of the following:

Bullet Seed
Giga Drain
Magical Leaf
Mega Drain
Petal Dance
Razor Leaf
Solarbeam | Submitted by FlameFist95

Some good combos for Pokemon Contest are... RAIN DANCE and then any of the following:

Water Pulse
Water Sport
Weather Ball
Surf | Submitted by FlameFist95

Good combos for pokemon contests are... SUNNY DAY and then any of the following:

Blaze kick
Fire blast
Fire punch
Fire spin
Heat wave
Morning sun
Weather ball
Will-O-wisp | Submitted by FlameFist95

Other than by trading for Bellosom (in pacifidlog), it can be found near/in Ever Grande City. | Submitted by Laurens

To get Crobat,get a zubat at lower level and train it,and put it at the first slot of your party then always give him blocks and if his/her life is red go to the pokemon center immediately and heal it.Remember:you shouldn't put zubat at the Crobat is just level 23. | Submitted by luke_aclan

When you put two pokemon in daycare and you talk to the day care man he will say...

They're very friendly... It is Extremely likely to have an egg.

The two seem to get along... It is somewhat likely to get an egg.

The two don't seem to like each other... It is not very likely to get an egg. | Submitted by xgreendayx

To delete your saved game data hold select, Up, and B befor you press start to begin the game. | Submitted by xgreendayx

To get Deoxys and Jirachi without having to get 'Promotions' and 'Game Sharks' you have to do this. Get all 8 badges. Then press start (go to menu) and go to your Trainer card. If you look next to your name you'll notice that you have a small yellow star there. Well to get Deoxys and Jirachi you need five and to get five you need to do special things. So far I've found out that you have to:

*Get all 8 badges
*Get full Pokedex(200 pokemon)
*Beat Master rank in all contests | Submitted by David

You cannot get Jirachi and Deoxys during the game. They are given away through a Nintendo event, much like Mew and Celebi were in previous Pokemon games. | Submitted by Neto

Other than by evolution, it can be found in the Safari Zone. | Submitted by Neto

Some dragon moves have effects witch are not described:

Twister: may cause flinching.
Dragonbreath: may cause paralysis. | Submitted by Laurens

The easiest way is to buy 11 ultra balls and to have a level 45 grass-type pokemon. | Submitted by Akmal

1: Get its hp down to half ( at least )
2: Choose any kind of ball, even a pokeball will work(better to use a greatball)
3: When you throw it, hold up and "A"
4: When the ball opens up quickly switch from holding up and "A" to holding up and "B".
5: Hold these until it says you have caught the pokemon.

This code will take some practice but it works about 75% of the time. | Submitted by davis

First, get the Pokemon you want to evolve into your party. Then, put it in the Day Care west of Mauville. Go into Mauville and get the Acro bike. Ride up to the top of the desert where there is a mudslide type thing. Ride up to it and try to go up. Since you have an Acro bike you can't get up but it still counts as taking steps and for each step you take the Pokemon in the day care get 1 exp. point. Use something heavy to keep the up button pressed overnight. In about 8 hours, level 20-35 Pokemon grow about 30 levels. HOWEVER, NO POKEMON EVER EVOLVES IN THE DAY CARE. You must level the Pokemon up one level before it evolves. If there are 2 evolve forms, you must level it up 2 levels for it to evolve twice.

This is also a way to get high level Pokemon fast or to hatch eggs. | Submitted by Sharamall

Go to Lilycove and talk to the kid who says he came from Kanto three or more times.

Then head east to route 121 and keep searching in the grass.

Eventually the legendary beast will appear and he will be yours on the pokedex.

Note: You must have beaten the elite four first and seen it on your tv. | Submitted by rayquazamaster13

First make sure you have at least 40 ultraballs. Then make sure you have a Shedinja at at least Lv25. If you don't have one then read the cheat in this section which is on how to get Shedinja. Shedinja should know a good move which has an attack power of atleast 30-40. Then go and fight kyogre but before fighting save the game. Before using Shedinja lower kyogres HP by using a powerful pokemon first then let it faint or change it with Shedinja. even though shedinja has 1HP kyogre cannot harm it as it knows only water and ice attack moves. then when Shedinja lowers kyogres HP till it's hardly visible use the ultraballs till u catch it. Now u have a kyogre with no pokemon fainted. Do the same when u battle Wallace's Miltoic. | Submitted by jayesh

To defeat the first gym leader with ease choose treeko as your starter pokemon then train it until it learns absorb and make sure it is strong enough to fight roxanne the first gym leader. send out treeko first and keep using absorb and her pokemon will faint quite easily because if you talk to the guy at the front of the inside of the gym he says that roxanne's pokemon is weak against grass types so that is why it is so easy to beat her with treeko. | Submitted by wisegut2

When you find the glass-maker's house outside of Lavaridge, use lots of Max Repels to keep Pokemon away from you while you gather the ashes for the glass items. | Submitted by Sariaru

Here is how many steps it takes to hath these pokemon:

Mudkip-5585 | Submitted by xgreendayx

As you know, the EON TICKET is required to get to the Southern Island. If you don't have an Action Replay or other code device, this ticket is near impossible to obtain.

Using the following code for Action replay Version 3 or above will put an EON TICKET in your items pocket:

698FFAAD 801EFD96 | Submitted by HRBEK

First, make some pokeblocks out of chesto, aguav, cornn, and bluk berries... Here is the number of berries to be blended.. 4 chesto berries, 4 aguav berries, 4 cornn berries, and 1 bluk berry. The chesto will be a blue pokeblock, the aguav will be a liteblue pokeblock, the cornn will be an indigo pokeblock and last is the bluk will be a..... i forgot it... but since the bluk is 1 only you should remember its pokeblock color... 2nd, feed the blue,liteblue,and indigo pokeblocks in order to feebas.. when the stars around feebas is reached very near to the maximum feed it the bluk berry's pokeblock. After you feed feebas the stars should be shiny and in a complete circle. Then lastly make feebas rise to another level and thats it, feebas will now evolve... | Submitted by Andrew

Feebas can only be found on Route 119, and is very hard to find. Feebas only appears in six tiles on the route. The tiles are random, depending on the popular phrase you used in Dewford. Catching this Pokemon requires a lot of time and patience. However, when evolved into Milotic this Pokemon is very useful. To capture Feebas try using "Mudkip Ball" as your popular phrase in Dewford. Later it turns to "Natural Flowers". Wait until "Natural Flowers" is the popular phrase or attempt to change it yourself. To find Feebas, get to Route 119. Start at the bottom and move north. Stop at the first little lake, immediately after the large patch of tall grass, and go as far left on the lake shore as you can. Surf, move one tile north, and fish with a Super Rod. Note: The tile locations may vary from game to game. | Submitted by Neto

Once you become the Pokemon League Champion, pay extra attention to the TV. It will broadcast information about a super-rare Pokemon. After that, be on the lookout for the Latias, which is exclusive to the Sapphire version of the game. | Submitted by Stryker82

First go to a PokeMart that sells regular Pokeballs. For every 10 Pokeballs you buy, you get 1 Premier Ball free.

You need to have a friend who you can trade with to use this cheat. start with a mudkip and only train him and you should beat the first gym easy then at dewford catch geodude and train it to like level 16 or 18 by beating wild pokemon. then beat the gym trainers and use geodude against the gym leader and when it faints finish him off with mudkip or if it evolved then with marshtomp. then go to slateport and buy like 5 super potions and train both pokemon to level 25. then you should be able to beat May if you dont on the first time train some more. then forget about marshtomp because the next gyms are electric, fire, normal, then bird. rock is super effective against all but normal and normal can barely hurt rock so you should win easy. your graveller should be so strong during this time you take out all trainers easy. if you dont beat May the second time just train some more but graveller should be so strong you beat her easy. then after you beat the bird gym you should trade graveller to a friend who will trade it back because it will be a golem when it goes to your friend so make sure your friend will give it back. your golem should be so strong you beat everybody else easy.

Note: make sure you are only training your graveller during this time or it wont be as strong. | Submitted by bootybutt

When you face Team Aqua in Lilycove city. Don't talk to the woman at the submarine, yet. done in the bottom right hand screen should be a teleporter. Go on it and it'll take you to a place full of them try out each one until you get to a room with four poke-balls. get the back 2 and you will get a NUGGET and a master-ball. | Submitted by Jamie

Wait until you can buy a Pokeball and catch at least one Pokemon. Trade with a friend at the Pokecenter. Make sure that your friend has a Pokemon to give away. Trade the Pokemon you selected in the start of the game, then start the game again. Continue this process until you have all three (Torchic, Treecko, and Mudkip). Make sure that when you trade to your friend, he has kept the Pokemon you have given him or her. When you have chosen the last starting Pokemon, catch two Pokemon. Trade with your friend again to get back the two other starting Pokemon you previously gave him. You should now have Torchic Mudkip and Treecko. | Submitted by Neto

Go up into granite cave in dewport and search for like ten minutes on the exact spot to he right of the man whom gives you HM5 (Flash) and there you go i caught my celebi at lv.16 and it is such a good pokemon. | Submitted by leeroybrinders

If you've been smart, you kept a zigzagoon/linoone at all time in your party because of the pickup ability. It can also learn many tm's and hm's, like surf. But now to get to the point. If you have a strong linoone in your party(with strong i mean that it can faint any wild pkmn in 1 slash), store all other pokemon in the PC, go to route 102 and cath 5 zigzagoons. weak zigzagoons get items more fast. Then, go to all sorts of places and train your linoone. in the fiery path and other caves and tunnels, the zigzagoons pick up items very fast and often. Items you can get: Ultra ball, Super potion, Rare candy, Kings rock, pp up, full heal, full restore, nugget, revive, and maybe some other things i forgot. in previos pokemon games, pokemon can evolve different with a kings rock, but not here.look out with rare candies: the exp. points will be brought no zero, so don't use one on a pkmn that is halfway to the next level. | Submitted by Laurens

Just discovered a new way to get the National Pokedex !


2 gameboy Advances
1 Pokemon Sapphire
1 Pokemon Emarald
1 link cable

Trade Pokemon with Emarald and when you get the National Pokedex ! | Submitted by RobertMaehl

To catch pokemon you can never catch on Ruby version or Sapphire Version you need the bonus disc for Pokemon Colloseum for GameCube. When you do this you will be able to transfer that pokemon to your version. This time you can catch Suicune, Entei, Raikou, Articuno, Zapdos, Moltres, and more pokemon that can only be caught on Red, Blue,Yellow, Gold, Silver and, Crystal versions. It will be easier to catch Deoxys & Jirachi. | Submitted by John

Right before you are allowed to choose your starting Pokemon, use the Save option. Now, walk up to the bag and get your desired Pokemon. Restart the game if you want a female starter. | Submitted by Neto

NOTE: Before attempting this, make sure your either you've have passed Fortree cityand on the way to Mossdeep city (It doesn't matter if you have done anything else you just have to be up to the part where you have passed Mossdeep city.

Firstly go to the last tree house in Fortree city, that has the guy next to it that says Sniff... You, uh...smell singed. Where you at a volcano or something? Next go to the Kid that has the Wingull next to him talk to him then talk to his Wingull (If the Wingull went when you talked to the boy its O.K.). It will fly off to Mossdeep city. When you fly/reach Mossdeep city, go to the house where the staris are to Mossdeep Space Center "The closest place to place". There is a guy and a girl in the house. Talk to the girl then talk to the Wingull (If the Wingull went when you talked to the girl its O.K.) Then fly back to Fortree City and talk to the boy. You will get the Mental Herb! | Submitted by Micky

This are the workings of the flutes that you can get in the glass workshop.

250 steps: blue flute: awakens pokémon
500 steps: yellow flute: snaps pokémon out of confusion
500 steps: red flute: snaps pokémon out of attraction (love)
1000 steps: white flute: lures wild pokémon (i think that you have more chances of getting items from zigzagoon/linoone if you use this flute)
1000 steps: black flute: wards off wild pokémon
6000 steps: pretty chair
8000 steps: pretty desk | Submitted by Laurens

Other than by evolution, it can be found in the Safari Zone. | Submitted by Neto

To get a good rod you must go talk to fisherman on route 118. | Submitted by eyekey1

Get the scanner in the abandoned ship. Then, go to Slateport City. Go to the where the ferry is located and give the scanner to Mr. Stern. He will ask you to trade for his Deepseascale and the Deepsea Tooth. Choose either one of them, then give it to a Clamperl. This will raise its stats and allow it to evolve when traded. To get Gorebyss, give Clamperl the Deepseascale then trade it to a friend with a link cable. Then, have them trade it back to get Gorebyss. To get Huntail. give Clamperl the Deepseatooth and do the same thing. | Submitted by Neto

You can find a green marill between the daycare center and the town where wally lives. it is extremely rare though and i have searched tons of times and only found it once. it evolved into a yellow azumarill. | Submitted by bootybutt

Search in the grass on the first route you start at and you might find a grey Wurmple. Shiny pokemon are really rare though. | Submitted by xgreendayx

Found in the Fiery Path. | Submitted by Neto

The recommended moves for roudon is Eruption, Earthquake, Fissure, and Fire Blast. | Submitted by xgreendayx

First, try using Kyamome or a Water/Grass starter. Then, try Water/Fire starter Grass at level 20 to 25. Finally, try Sandshrew with lots of Ground attack. | Submitted by Neto

Found in the Safari Zone. | Submitted by Neto

The pokemon you must catch are: swapert, hariyama, jirochy (throgh game shark or codebrecker or a breed), laitios and laitias, all three rigis, rayquass. | Submitted by konran

HM 01 (Cut): Cuts down small bushes. Found inside the house to the left of the Pokemon Center in Kanazumi City.
HM 02 (Fly): Can fly to cities: Found in the town with the sixth Gym.
HM 03 (Surf): Can Swim. Found in the house left of the fourth Gym.
HM 04 (Strength): Allows you to push some rocks. Found in the town with fourth Gym.
HM 05 (Flash) Lights up dark areas. Found in the cave on the island with the second Badge.
HM 06 (Rock Smash): Smashes some rocks: Found in the house to the left of the third Gym.
HM 07 (Waterfall) Allows you to climb waterfalls. Found in the cave with the Legendary Pokemon in Rune.
HM 08 (Dive): Allows you to submerge under the ocean. Found in Tokusane City after beating the seventh Gym. | Submitted by Neto

Make sure you can use the move from HM 07 waterfall go to Fortree city and walk left and then south past the trees until you reach a river surf from there to the north past the waterfall and walk left there will be 2 trees that contain 2 Hondew berry’s. | Submitted by Arjan

To catch Latias a lot easier get a masterball and throw it at Latias or get a pokemon that knows the move Mean Look or Block so Latias cannot fled away from you and you can battle it and throw many more pokeballs at it. | Submitted by xgreendayx

Save your game first then go catch a wurmple and get it to evolve into a cascoon if it becomes a silcoon turn your gameboy off andtry again until you get a cascoon. Then catch a silcoon and when they evolve you will have a beautifly and a dustox. | Submitted by wisegut2

To get a clear-out sale you have to beat the pokemon league then you will eventurlly see on the T.V. that there will be a clear-out sale. | Submitted by xgreendayx

To get a lot of fans do these five things:

1. Beat the pokemon league.
2. Become the Battle tower champian.
3.Become the cable club battle champian. (In other words go to the pokemon center and to the upper level where you can battle your friends. You have to beat forsure one friend in the single battle mode, double battle mode, and the multi battle mode)
4. You have to win a battle in your secret base.
5. Beat the master rank contest mode.

Now you should have many fans. Also I'm pretty sure you get one star on your trainer card to get a different color card.

Beat the pokemon league and look at your trainer card and there will be a star beside your name get 5 and you will get Jirachi

I have figured out 3 so far:

Beat the pokemon League
Get all the decorations
Beat master rank in all competitions | Submitted by Jazaraz

After defeating the elite four, go to ever grande city and go to the edge of the island. surf, then travel through route 128 to 131. but to not use repels because while your traveling you will bump into him. so if you havent fooleshily wasted the master ball use it now if not use ultra balls

Note: if he gets the chance to attack he will flee. | Submitted by JACKROBINSON

First, go to pacificlog town then surf all the way west.You will see two rocks.Go to your pokedex and go to latias( you must have her in your pokedex)Then go into the summary and off your gameboy(press the start,select,A and B button)Do this for 5 times and then surf up and down the rock.Latias is sure to appear. | Submitted by jordan

Found on Route 117 only. | Submitted by Neto

Hold Select + Start + A + B during game play. | Submitted by Neto

This cheat lets you teach a secret rare move to Kadabra.

You will need:

2 Heartscales
Kadabra in party

You go to the move teacher's house when your Kadabra is at Lv.30 or more. Then, select Kadabra to teach a move to and it can learn Kindness, Recover, and other moves it did not learn when it was leveling up! | Submitted by RobertMaehl

Found in the Fiery Path. It may be a shiny version. | Submitted by Neto

To find Kyogre, go to the Cave Of Origin in Sootopolis City. It will be on Level 45 when you catch it. Kyogre is a Water type. Its ability is Drizzle and it summons Rain in battle. Its attacks are Body Slam (Power 85, Accuracy 100), Calm Mind (Power -, Accuracy -), Ice Beam (Power 95, Accuracy100), and Hydro Pump (Power120, Accuracy 80). You can only find Kyogre in Pokemon Sapphire. | Submitted by Neto

The Recommended Moves for Kyogre is Sheer Cold, Hyfro Pump, Thunder, and Blizzard. | Submitted by xgreendayx

The best moves for kyogre are : Surf, Water Spout, Ice Beam and Thunder. | Submitted by Splicer

How to get kyogre or groudon its easy go sootopilis city go to cave of origin go in go find a ladder go down you'll find lava or water in it is kyogre or groudon. warning!!!!! don't use masterball their are more legendaries in the game like latias and latios. latias for sapphire latios for ruby. | Submitted by katie

The recommended moves for Latias is Psychic, Mist Ball, Recover, and Thunder. | Submitted by xgreendayx

When you get the Master Ball in Team Aqua's/Magma's lair, do not use it on Kyogre/Groudon. Latios and Latias will eventually appear in your game, and they are extremely difficult to catch. They will run from route to route.

Just after you finish the game, on television there will be a report about a one-of-an-kind Pokemon that is now loose in Hoenn. It will show up all over Hoenn in the grassy areas. You will only have one chance to catch it. It rarely appears. It depends on which game you are playing; Latios for Pokemon Ruby and Latias for Pokemon Sapphire.

When going after Latios and Latias, always use Repels so you are not interrupted by other Pokemon. | Submitted by ValterMiguel

These are ALL the legendary pokmon available in Pokemon sapphire and how to get them.

1.Kyogre-you need to go to mt. pyre and get the blue orb. then when you get to sootopolis and it won't stop raining, go into the cave of origin and catch Kyogre

2.Rayquazza-After you beat the elite four, go to pacifidlog and surf east. go around the rocks and find the sky pillar and use the mach bike to get to the top. "BEWARE!" Rayquazza is at level 70!

3.Latias- after you beat the elite four, just walk around. she'll show up. then it is easy. she will run away each time you meet her, so use sleep. then whittle down her health and use a ultra ball(or a master)WARNING each time you change a route, so does she. But her health doesn't recover, so it takes time. Watch the pokedex and be patient.

4.Latios-trade from ruby (Latias' brother)

5.Groudon-trade from ruby

****JIRACHI***** The rarest pokemon of all! the only way to get it is to reserve pokemon collesseum then transfer it to your gameboy with the link cable. JIRACHI is like the mew of ruby & sapphire. The best move, DOOM DESIRE is its' alone! It is like future sight but is steel type and twice as strong! | Submitted by Pokehunter

This is for Action Replay only.







f26e13e1 | Submitted by xgreendayx

Magikarp can only be caught with an Old Rod. | Submitted by Neto

Other than by evolution, it can be found in New Mauville. | Submitted by Neto

If you go to mossdeep go a little bit past the move delters house and there will be a man in brown talk to him every so often he will give you a berrie. | Submitted by Carson

When you want to catch a pokemon, hold in L & R & A. When the ball hits the ground let off L & R, and press A. When it does the first turn circle A to B then to A again. Do this till you catch the pokemon! almost always works! | Submitted by wildlifebiologist07

Mew is the only Pokemon that can learn all TMs and HMs. He can only be caught through a GameShark or CodeBreaker code. | Submitted by Neto

This is a great Pokemon to have. It is a Water type which learns some Dragon moves and eventually Recover. Feebas does not evolve into Milotic they way a normal Pokemon does. To get Feebas to evolve, you must increase the beauty of it. To increase the beauty, it is best to use Indigo and Liteblue Pokeblocks. Save some Corn and Aguav Berries to make Pokeblocks with. Feed Feebas a number of Pokeblocks until its beauty is nearly at maximum. The next time Feebas grows another level, it will evolve into Milotic. | Submitted by Neto

Found on Route 110. | Submitted by Neto

Get a female plusle and a male minun give one of them a soothe bell and the other a macho brace, then give them to the daycare couple. If they like each other use the mach bike to speed up your steps then the old man will be standing out by the fence talk to him and he will giv u the egg, walk 1500 steps and it will hatch into a Minusle.

The god pokemon Jiroxy is made when you breed a Deoxy and a Jirachi, first u need to gett'em then take them to the daycare couple and leave them, if he says they are getting along then use your mach bike again, ride it for 10,000 steps and it will hatch into a Jiroxy after he gives it to you. It knows Double Slap, the "Desire" move, Super Flamethrower, and Super Vine Whip. | Submitted by ElDiabloMeho

Use the following gameshark code (79870CB095729832), and go to the grass patch just above Slateport City (just under cyclist road entrance). Walk around for ages, and instead of getting Latios (as the code should provide), you should face a pokemon that looks like th ? symbol in the pokedex, named wth multiple ?'s and at level 2. I was led to believe that it was a Slaking, as it loafed around. However when you catch it, the game will freeze before the pokedex data is added. But still, it is pretty cool. | Submitted by finn

To get more than one starter pokemon than at the begining of the game when you are picking your starter pokemon to rescue professer birch save your game before you pick. Then when you pick and if it is not a girl pokemon then shut off your game then try again until your starter pokemon is a girl. Then with your or someone elses firered/leafgreen and trade a ditto to your game. Then put your girl starter pokemon and ypur ditto in daycare and they will have an egg and it will be your starter pokemon.

Here are some move combos for your pokemon.

(Encore+Mirror coat/counter)
Use encore to make your opponent repeat its last move for 3-6 turns.Then use mirror coat if it used a special attack,or counter if it used a phyical attack.

(perish song+a strong move+destiny bond)
Use perish song so both pokemon faint after 3 turns,then use a strong move to make it faint. Then use destiny bond when it's the third turn.

(Focus band equipped+endeavor+attack that always goes first)
Before you do this combo,make sure you have focus band equipped.Use a pokemon with a bad speed score,so the opponent goes first.After your opponent attacks,if you are still alive(because focus band MIGHT leave you with 1 HP,you could also use endure)use endeavor to make your opponent's HP the same as your's.Then use a move that always attacks first,such as swift. | Submitted by Drew

Mudkip is a Water type Pokemon. You can get it as a starter. Mudkip evolves in to Marshtomp at level 16 and it is a Water/Ground type Pokemon. Marshtomp evolves later at level 36 to Swampert, a Water/Ground type.

One of the best moves are Mud Shot, Earthquake, Blizzard, and Surf. Note: When you get Muddy Water, replace Water Gun with it. Then, when you get Surf, replace Muddy Water with it. | Submitted by Neto

After defeating the fifth gym leader,go to the Pokemon Center in Petalburg city. Then go inside the Pokemon Center. Talk to the man standing beside the PC. He will ask you for your new profile. Type in MYSTERY EVENT IS EXITING. The man will say,"You know the secret saying! So that means you are a member of the MYSTERY EVENTS CLUB. You will then be able to access the MYSTERY EVENTS icon in your main menu. | Submitted by kristen

Can be found in the Granite cave, in a rugged rock. | Submitted by Laurens

Go to the fifth floor of the Sky Pillar and save the game. Go to the ione rock and circle around it until you find an orange Altaria. | Submitted by JamesMcCarthy

You can find an orange zigzagoon on route 116. I found it when training for rustboro gym. (I named it zigaorange) About shiny and weird colord pokemon, I think you have to be extremely, EXTREMELY lucky to find one, or they can cary from game to game. for example, I spent over 300 hours at the game and I still haven't found a shiny swablu. | Submitted by Laurens

These pokemon are must-haves:

Gorudon (trade only!)
Swampert | Submitted by joesheppard

Other than by evolution, it can be found in Slateport, Pacifidlog, Evergrande, Mossdeep, Lilycove, Dewford, Routes 103,105 through 109, 110, 115, 118, 119, 121 through 123, and 124 through 134. | Submitted by Neto

Found in the Safari Zone. | Submitted by Neto

You can find the Pokeblock Case in slateport city inside the pokemon contest. Talk to the girl in the corner when you walk through the door. She will say she has two and will give you one. Then you go to the pokeblock machine use a berry which you can find on numeras routes and play the game. How To Play Once the arrow comes around press A and it will show if you missed or hit after it will give you the berry and you give them to your pokemon to make them look cuter cooler stronger and such and such then you enter into the contest. Note : Works best with a pokemon the has the moves you need for the contest to impress the judges and get prizes. | Submitted by GageChristianson

In Pokemon Contest houses, you may enter your Pokemon into a contest for a chance to win a medal. However if you enter without any Porok level ups, you will have a very low chance of winning. The way to raise this is to go out and find the trees with berries on them, then press A. You will then receive 1 to 4 berries. If you now go to a Pokemon House, you will see small gray machines on the right. The empty one on the top is for multi-player. For now, find a house in a city that only has a man at the bottom. Go to the other side of the machine and press A. You will then be asked to pick a Porok (berry) and throw it in. The spinner will come down and start moving. The objective is to press A just when the spinner hits your arrow:

Circle Within A Circle: Direct hit (much faster)
Circle: Near hit (slightly faster)
X: Miss (slower )

The faster you (and your opponent) get the spinner moving, the better. Once the meter at the top hits the end, it is over and the results and the fastest RPM the spinner was moving will appear. You will then receive a Blended Porok. The level of it depends on how fast you got the machine going. The average appears to be 11. Next, open your Special Items Pocket and go to your "Pez dispenser" type item (which you must have to play the game -- it is obtained from the girl in the first contest house). You will then pick a Blended Porok and feed it to a pet, making one of his Pokemon Contest stats (viewable in the Poke-Navi) go up. Some can even raise multiple stats. The more you do this, the better chance you have of winning. | Submitted by Neto

The best pokemon to use in the pokemon contests is Azurill that knows water gun, tail whip, attract and another type move. You put Azurill in the CUTE contest. It worked for me all you need is patience, persiverance and a little bit of luck.

P.S. If anyone knows how to get deoxys or Jirachi can you please list a cheat. | Submitted by gameplayer

These Pokémon evelve only by trading:

No40 Kadabra > No41 Alakazam
No58 Graveler > No59 Golem
No74 Machoke > No75 Machamp
No76 Clamperl > No77 Huntail/No78 Gorebyss
These Pokémon evolve with stones:
No20 Lombre > No21 Ludicolo (by water stone)(only in Sapphire)
No23 Nuzleaf > No24 Shiftry (by leaf stone)(only in Ruby)
No61 Skitty > No62 Delcatty (by moon stone)
No89 Gloom > No90 Vileplume (by leaf stone)
No89 Gloom > No91 Bellosom (by sun stone)
No153 Vulpix > No154 Ninetales (by fire stone)
No156 Pikachu > No157 Raichu (by thunder stone)
No138 Jigglypuff > 139 Wigglytuff (by moon stone)
Most Pokémon evolve between Lv 34 and Lv 50 | Submitted by Laurens

Pokemon you only can catch in sapphire without any cheats: Latias, Kyogre, Banette, Seviper, Sableye, Lunatone, Lotad, and Lombre.

The following Pokemon cannot be caught:

203. Bulbasaur
204. Ivysaur
205. Venusaur
206. Charmander
207. Charmeleon
208. Charizard
209. Squirtle
210. Wartortle
211. Blastoise
212. Caterpie
213. Metapod
214. Butterfree
215. Weedle
216. Kakuna
217. Beedrill
218. Pidgey
219. Pidgeotto
220. Pidgeot
221. Rattata
222. Raticate
223. Spearow
224. Fearow
225. Ekans
226. Arbok
227. Nidoran (F)
228. Nidorina
229. Nidoqueen
230. Nidoran (M)
231. Nidorino
232. Nidoking
233. Clefairy
234. Clefable
235. Paras
236. Parasect
237. Venonat
238. Venomoth
239. Diglett
240. Dugtrio
241. Meowth
242. Persian
243. Mankey
244. Primeape
245. Growlithe
246. Arcanine
247. Poliwag
248. Poliwhirl
249. Poliwrath
250. Bellsprout
251. Weepinbell
252. Victreebel
253. Ponyta
254. Rapidash
255. Slowpoke
256. Slowbro
257. Farfetch'd
258. Seel
259. Dewgong
260. Shellder
261. Cloyster
262. Gastly
263. Haunter
264. Gengar
265. Onix
266. Drowzee
267. Hypno
268. Krabby
269. Kingler
270. Exeggcute
271. Exeggutor
272. Cubone
273. Marowak
274. Hitmonlee
275. Hitmonchan
276. Lickitung
277. Chansey
278. Tangela
279. Kangaskhan
280. Mr. Mime
281. Scyther
282. Jynx
283. Electabuzz
284. Magmar
285. Tauros
286. Lapras
287. Ditto
288. Eevee
289. Vaporeon
290. Jolteon
291. Flareon
292. Porygon
293. Omanyte
294. Omastar
295. Kabuto
296. Kabutops
297. Aerodactyl
298. Snorlax
299. Articuno
300. Zapdos
301. Moltres
302. Dratini
303. Dragonair
304. Dragonite
305. Mewtwo
306. Mew
307. Chikorita
308. Bayleef
309. Meganium
310. Cyndaquil
311. Quilava
312. Typhlosion
313. Totodile
314. Croconaw
315. Feraligatr
316. Sentret
317. Furret
318. Hoothoot
319. Noctowl
320. Ledyba
321. Ledian
322. Spinarak
323. Ariados
324. Cleffa
325. Togepi
326. Togetic
327. Mareep
328. Flaaffy
329. Ampharos
330. Sudowoodo
331. Politoed
332. Hoppip
333. Skiploom
334. Jumpluff
335. Aipom
336. Sunkern
337. Sunflora
338. Yanma
339. Wooper
340. Quagsire
341. Espeon
342. Umbreon
343. Murkrow
344. Slowking
345. Misdreavus
346. Unown
347. Pineco
348. Forretress
349. Dunsparce
350. Gligar
351. Steelix
352. Snubbull
353. Granbull
354. Qwilfish
355. Scizor
356. Shuckle
357. Sneasel
358. Teddiursa
359. Ursaring
360. Swinub
361. Piloswine
362. Remoraid
363. Octillery
364. Delibird
365. Mantine
366. Houndour
367. Houndoom
368. Porygon2
369. Stantler
370. Smeargle
371. Tyrogue
372. Hitmontop
373. Smoochum
374. Elekid
375. Magby
376. Miltank
377. Blissey
378. Raikou
379. Entei
380. Suicune
381. Larvitar
382. Pupitar
383. Tyranitar
384. Lugia
385. Ho-oh
386. Celebi | Submitted by Neto

This is a useful item with multiple functions.

Map: This will display a map of Houen. You can move the pointer with the D-pad and can also press A to zoom in.
Poke-Info: This will display information about your Pokemon stats. These may show how much of a chance your Pokemon has of winning a Pokemon Contest. These can be raised with Poroks (the berries).
Trainer-Dex: This will show information on all of the trainers you have fought.
Hall Of Fame: After defeating the Elite 4, you can see your Pokemon that defeated them in the Hall of Fame. | Submitted by Neto

In the beginning of the game, catch a Poochyena. It will be weak first, but if you train it enough it will become very useful against Leader Tate & Liza in Mossdeep City who uses PSICHIC moves that don't affect DARK types, and also against the 2nd elite 4 who uses GHOST moves that are not effective against DARK types. | Submitted by Laurens

To catch Ralts, a Psychic type Pokemon, early in the game, go into the grass directly outside of Petelsburg. You must have a positive disposition to encounter this Pokemon, which means your Pokemon must be attracted to you. This early in the game, it is almost impossible for them to really like you. It is weak at first, but a powerful Psychic type Pokemon can be very useful later in the game. Found in Route 102. | Submitted by Neto

Go to the Berry master's house near Lilycove. And tell the berry master's wife one of these codes:

Code - Needed

cool latios - Latios
overwhelming latias - Latias
challenge contest - contest pass
great battle - nothing | Submitted by Jeager

You can find a rare candy in route 114. There is a waterfall. Climb it and there will be a rare candy. | Submitted by PatrickV/DBeek

To get a rare candy. First you go to Fortree city. Go to the right and you will see a girl. Go over and you will see two trees. If you cut both trees go to the back and take one step back. If you press A you will get a rare candy. | Submitted by josh

In the third or second underground level of granite cave u nid a mach bike for it anddo tricks youve done at sky pillat for catching rayquaza. | Submitted by johnrenz

Go to Pacifldog Town. Then, surf to the east to Route 131 until you pass the boy and girl facing each other, that are separate. You will see an opening between some rocks. Go there and surf west. Keep going and you will see a cave opening. Go through it and enter the building. Go to the top of the building to find Rayquaza. Note: On the second and fourth floors, to pass the cracks you will need get the Mach bike to go at full speed.

Note: You need to beat the champion for Sky Pillar to be reachable. | Submitted by Neto

The recommended moves for Rayquaza is Hyper Beam, Outrage, Thunder, and Flamethrower. | Submitted by xgreendayx

Rayquazza is a large, green dragon/flying pokemon, is one of a kind and very difficult to catch. To get to Rayquazza you need to have won against the champion Steven, then go to Pacifilidog town and surf east. There will be a seemingly endless barrier of rocks, you want to be at the top barrier, follow it along and you will come to a gap (finallly) it is above the female swimmer who seems to be patrolling up and down. Follow the rocks around to the left then go up and BEHOLD the sky pillar! Make sure you have the MACH BIKE as you will need to cycle at top speed over bits of cracked floor. After all that stress you will be out in the sunlight and will be stood before Rayquazza it is very strong and is extreeeeemly hard to catch, I recommend you save your MASTER BALL for this mighty beast and treat it well, thats all I got for now, hope I helped and keep gaming!!! | Submitted by GinjaNinja

The best type of starting Pokemon (in order) are: Water, Grass, and Fire. | Submitted by Neto

The best pokemon for the pokemon league I think are: Blaziken - Blaze Kick, Sky Uppercut, Fire Blast, and Earthquake. Crawdaunt - Blizzard, Guillotine, Hyper Beam, Surf. Kyogre - Sheer Cold, Hydro Pump, Blizzard, and Thunder. Aggron - Iron Tail, Double-Edge, Blizzard, Thunder. Metagross - Hyper Beam, Psychic, Rock Tomb, and Meteor Mash. Cacturne - Needle Arm, Giga Drain, Leech Seed, and Spikes.

Use the following steps to capture the three mysterious Pokemon called the Regis. Go to the southeast part of Route 134 and dive into the water. It is difficult to get to due to the currents, and it is the only deep part of that route. You will find a cave. At a part of the cave, there are some Braille writing on the wall. At that point, float to the top of the water, where you will end up in a cavern. Go into the last room by going forward, use Dig, and in the next room you must do something strange. Put a Relicanth in the front of your party, and a Wailord at the last place. Walk to the top of the room and read the Brail . You will trigger an earthquake, which will unlock the Regis. You can fish up a Wailmer to evolve at level 40 at Route 122, and find a Relicanth outside Sootopolis in the underwater grass (rarely, but it is there).

To find Registeel, you can access a volcano in the southwest region of Route 120. Enter it, then move towards the center of the room. Use Fly to find Registeel.

Note: The Braille writing for catching Registeel is: "With new time, hope and love, aim to the sky in the middle".

To find Regirock, fly to lavaridge, bop down the mountain, and enter the desert. In the southern part of the desert, you will find a cavern. Enter it, then walk up to the center tile at the top of the room. Go two steps down and two steps right. Use strength to open the passage to Regirock.

Note: The Braille writing for catching Regirock is: "Right, right, down, down. Then, use strength".

To find Regice, in Route 105, there is an island on the west side that has a mountain on it. Go there, enter, and stand in front of the tile. Press A, read it, press A again, and do not do anything else. The door will open after 2 or so minutes, and the last Regi is yours.

Note: The Braille writing for catching Regice is : "Stop and wait. Wait for time to pass twice". | Submitted by Neto

Make sure you have a spare slot in your party or you won't get shedinja. fisrt raise nincada to lv31(it will try and learn mud slap, don't need to teach). Then let nincada evolve into ninjask and teach it slash. look at shedinja it will have slash. | Submitted by stuart

The recommended moves for Sceptile is False Swipe, Giga Drain, Leaf Blade, and Slam. | Submitted by xgreendayx

If you Mix Recordings with a friend and he has a secret base then you can go to it and battle him/her. If you mix recordings with someone and they have the same secret base as your other friend then you will have the second person's secret base unless you go to the computer in their secret bese and regester it. Then The person will always be there. Now if you want to have that secret base yours then have another friend with the secret base that you want open then have them move into the secret bese you want and mix recordings then have your friend move into another secret base and mix recordings one last time and the secret base should be open if you didn't have the person registered. | Submitted by xgreendayx

The Secret Nugget is found near Fallabor. It's in a crater. First Use Fly to fallabor. You will be in front of the poke-center. Walk all down untill you are against the Mart. go left untill the girl with the azurill. You will see a green house, next to a crater. In that crater you will find a nugget. | Submitted by PatrickV/DBeek

Go to Mauville city and go down to the cycling road enterence and when you enter go all the way right and there are trees and behind there is a secret psychic trainer. | Submitted by xgreendayx

Once you are able to track down Sharpedo in your Pokedex, do whatever is necessary to capture it. It is an excellent Water/Dark Pokemon that already knows Crunch, Dark's most powerful attack. His speed is incredible and will be of great use later in the game. | Submitted by Neto

This Pokemon is very easy to obtain, but is quite good. It is the only Bug and Ghost type Pokemon. It has 1 HP no matter how high its level, but its special power Wonder Guard makes it almost invincible. Wonder Guard protects against all attacks except for those that are super effective. For example, Bug is weak against Flying types; if someone uses a Flying type move on Shedinja, it is going to get hit. To get Shedinja, you will need a Nincada. You can catch one on Route 116. Make sure you have a free slot for a new Pokemon (Shedinja). That means you can have only five Pokemon, including Nincada. Make sure you have at least one of the type of Pokeball you used to catch Nincada with. For example, if you caught Nincada with a Great Ball, make sure you have at least one Great Ball. Get it to evolve at level 20 into a Ninjask and learns three new moves. Once you are back out to the normal screen, go to your Pokemon. You will see that you just got another Pokemon, Shedinja. | Submitted by Neto

This Pokemon is very easy to obtain, but is quite good. It is the only Bug and Ghost type Pokemon. It has 1 HP no matter how high its level, but its special power Wonder Guard makes it almost invincible. Wonder Guard protects against all attacks except for those that are super effective. For example, Bug is weak against Flying types; if someone uses a Flying type move on Shedinja, it is going to get hit. To get Shedinja, you will need a Nincada. You can catch one on Route 116. Make sure you have a free slot for a new Pokemon (Shedinja). That means you can have only five Pokemon, including Nincada. Make sure you have at least one of the type of Pokeball you used to catch Nincada with. For example, if you caught Nincada with a
Great Ball, make sure you have at least one Great Ball. Get it to evolve at level 20 into a Ninjask and learns three new moves. Once you are back out to the normal screen, go to your Pokemon. You will see that you just got another Pokemon, Shedinja. | Submitted by hector

Go to the cave up from Mossdeep.There is an old man.Talk to him and he will ask you to get him 4 shoal salt and 4 shoal shells. Explore the cave in the morning(on the game)to find 4 shoal salt. Go back to the cave in the afternoon and it will be flooded. Explore and you will find 4 shoal shells. Shoal salt looks like brown dirt. Shoal shells look like a blue circle surrounded by white circles. | Submitted by Jeager

A shiny Swablu can be found just outside of Meteor Falls, where Zangoose is caught. You will find a lot of Swablus. Keep searching and you can find a yellow/gold one. | Submitted by Neto

The way I found Shiny Volbeat is on Route 117 which is on the south side of the route closest to SR. and JR. Anna and Meg and closest to the water. | Submitted by CalebPruett

Surfing across the watery shortcut from Oldale Town to Slateport City made me come upon a shiny Wingull! Instead of its stripes being blue, they were a darker shade of green! Chances of finding a Wingull like this are really slim, so try to be patient, and it will come to you. | Submitted by Eddie

You can find a shiny wailmer on route 132, where you also can find a horsea. You can find a weird colord golbat in the sky pillar, first floor. | Submitted by Laurens

Found on Route 113. | Submitted by Neto

Other than trading for Pikachu, it can be found on Route 116. | Submitted by Neto

Found in Petalburg Woods. | Submitted by Neto

You can catch snorunt in shoal cave (behind mossdeep city) at low tide in the icey room (must have strength). | Submitted by MattKell

Go to the pokemon fan club(in Rustboro or slateport). If your first pokemon really likes you talk to the person by the back wall. She will give you the Soothe Bell. | Submitted by Jeager

There is sometimes something on the TV that says that lilicove department store has a clear-out sale in sertain days when you go there on the clear-out sale go to the upper roof (where you can buy soda pop lemonade and fresh water.) talk to a man in a white shirt and he want to sell you special SECRET BASE ITEMS like tire, stand, slide, sand ornament, some fences, mudd ball, rhydon/wailmer doll, Tv's and for some more you have to look for yourself. Note: it is pretty expensive. | Submitted by Arjan

Here some tactics for who's starting (over) the game:

Starter pokemon: My favorite is Mudkip: it's only weakness is grass, but Torchic is also good, because it's evolvd forms are good against gym leaders and the elite 4.

Then your other pokemon: catch a Ralts. it'll take some time searching but eventually you'll find one. the best way is just to run around in the first patch of grass by the small pond to route 102 and run for every pokemon exept Ralts. you can also run in to a surskit. those are very rare, so catch that one too. your first ralts should have sychronize as it's ability. if you don't do anything with the ralts and keep searching the same way. you should find another ralts quickly, and it's ability will almost always be trace. you know when it has because it says:

Wild Ralts appeared!
Go! MUDKIP! (for example)
Wild Ralts TRACED Mudkip's TORRENT! That way.

Trace will copy special ability. Then, deposit the ralts with sycronize in the pc. the rest is easy:catch a zigzagoon. his ability is pickup and you will get great items from it.

catch a poochyena.
train them all to lv 10 before battling trainers.
catch a taillow
catch a shroomish
when you get in dewford, catch a sableye in granite cave: it's only weakness is bug.
replace it for poochyena
you have to get a water type if you choose treecko or torchic as a starter for SURFing later in the game. | Submitted by Laurens

Found on Routes 102, 111, 114, 117, and 120. | Submitted by Neto

The best moves for a Swampert are: Surf, Ice Beam, Earthquake, and Muddy Water. Muddy Water is not essential, but with the other three moves and a decent health bar you can defeat the Elite Four with only one pokemon. | Submitted by Kez

To make it easier for Swampert to help defeat the Elite Four, teach it Surf, Ice Beam, and Earthquake, plus a move of your choice. | Submitted by Neto

The recommended moves for Swampert is Earthquake, Muddy Water, Blizzard, and Hyper Beam. (Also Hydro Pump is good but you would need to level 42 for Mudkip to learn it) | Submitted by xgreendayx

Tentacool can only be caught with an Old Rod. | Submitted by Neto

When you get to Lilycove city, if you go all the way over to that house where the cove part starts. There is a man in a blackish suit that walks back and forth around that area, if you go talk to him he'll explain about this weird 'berry to a T' thing. Then every so often he will give you a berry, it may not be much but eventually, he'll give you rare berries, and you can sell them at high prices. And some of them also have good effects on Pokemon. So, have fun talking to a dude that gives you weird berries that remind people of their past and future. Even if you don't know what your future holds. | Submitted by Crystiana

Wobbuffet at a very high level would work well because of it's ability "Shadow Tag" which prevents foes from escaping. Latias (Sapphire) and Latios (Ruby) always try to when you battle it. Golbat with the move "Mean Look" and also at a very high level would work just as well. Even though the pokemon Trapinch has the ability "Arena Trap" which is meant to stop pokemon from escaping, it won't work on Latias or Latios. This ability doesn't work on pokemon that are flying type or have the ability "Levitate" and Latias and Latios have this ability. | Submitted by DavidOikle

Magicarp; possibly the most useless Pokemon in the game. But did anyone think it may have some hidden purpose? Well it doesnt =P but its evolved form Gyarados can be quite the powerful companion. Getting to the point, if you give your useless Magicarp to the babysitter it evolves after only one level!! try it, it is honestly the only thing worth doing with a Magicarp. | Submitted by shadow

When going after the legendary representing the team of your game (Team Aqua or Team Magma), bring about 30 Ultra Balls, quite a few Revives, and at least a level 50 Pokemon. The Pokemon will be at level 45, and will be extremely difficult to catch. The only sure way to catch it is if you bring a Pokemon with a move that will freeze or paralyze it. Try as hard as you can not to kill it, but get it down to a red zone so far down that you can barely see it. Then, go mad throwing Ultra Balls at it. Do not use other Pokeballs. The will help greatly against the Elite Four and the final Gym leader. | Submitted by Neto

Here is the team of Pokemon to battle with, excluding battle tower, which does not allow legendaries:


Or The Third Stage Of You Starter Replacing One | Submitted by Firefox

TM01 Focus Punch
TM02 Dragon Claw
TM03 Water Pulse
TM04 Calm Mind
TM05 Roar
TM06 Toxic
TM07 Hail
TM08 Bulk up
TM09 Bullet Seed
TM10 Hidden Power
TM11 Sunny Day
TM12 Taunt
TM13 Ice Beam
TM14 Blizzard
TM15 Hyper Beam
TM16 Light Screen
TM17 Protect
TM18 Rain Dance
TM19 Giga Drain
TM20 Safeguard
TM21 Frustration
TM22 Solarbeam
TM23 Iron Tail
TM24 Thunderbolt
TM25 Thunder
TM26 Earthquake
TM27 Return
TM28 Dig
TM29 Psychic
TM30 Shadow Ball
TM31 Brick Brake
TM32 Double Team
TM33 Reflect
TM34 Shock Wave
TM35 Flamethrower
TM36 Sludge Bomb
TM37 Sandstorm
TM38 Fire Blast
TM39 Rock Tomb
TM40 Aerial Ace
TM41 Tormant
TM42 Facade
TM43 Secret Power
TM44 Rest
TM45 Attract
TM46 Thief
TM47 Steel Wing
TM48 Skill Swap
TM49 Snatch
TM50 Overheat

Torchic is a Fire type Pokemon and you get it as a starter. Torchic evolves at level 16 and turns in to Combusken, a Fire/Fighting type. After that, it evolves at level 36 into Blaziken, a Fire/Fighting type.

To use Torchic and not get defeated by the first Gym Leader, train it until it evolves to its second stage. It will learn Double Kick. Use it against the first Gym Leader. It is very effective against Rock types. | Submitted by Neto

Treecko is a Grass type Pokemon. You can get it as a starter. Treecko evolves at level 16 and turns in to Grovyle, a Grass type. After that, it evolves again at level 36 to Sceptile, a Grass type. | Submitted by Neto

Found on Route 119. | Submitted by Neto

To use this you have to start off with Treeko

Sceptile, Kyogre, Manectric, Tropius, Hariyama, Kecleon.

The reason that this is such a good team is because you have an electric, water, fighting, fire, and two grass (grass pokemon are the overall best type because they have the least amount of weekness's and alot more pokemon are weaker to grass pokemon than any other pokemon)Trust me if you get all of these pokemon to at least 65 you are garunteed to win against the elite four and any other hard challenges. | Submitted by George

Ok, here is a list of the best pokemon and their moves.

Swampert: surf, earthquake, ice beam, hyper beam
Rayquaza: ice beam, outrage, flamethrower, thunderbolt

Salamence: dragon claw, fly, crunch, flamethrower
Kyogre: surf, ice beam, thunderbolt, water spout
Jirachi: thunderbolt, return, doom desire, thunder
Gorebyss: psychic, hydro pump, surf, ice beam

Yes, Kyogre CAN learn thunderbolt, just use TM 24, found at the game corner.

I have NEVER lost with this party, even in link battles. | Submitted by me

First get the masterball after you beat the elite four, then go out and save your game, turn off the game boy and then turn it back on, go into badges menu then go to your pokedex, then give a pokemon a macho brace, then take it away and give it a masterball, save, and when you log bak on u will have unlimited masterballs. | Submitted by ElDiabloMeho

Trying to catch the Pokémon that'll complete your Pokédex? Well,some are version specific. Here are the Pokémon you can only catch in Sapphire.

Seviper | Submitted by FireElementLord

Found on Route 117. | Submitted by Neto

Go to the house near the water in Mossdeep. There should be a man standing next to it. Get the Super Rod from the man inside the house. Go down the steps of Mossdeep to the shallow water, where you can walk. Stand at the edge and use the rod. Wailmer will almost automatically start biting. | Submitted by Neto

Other than by evolution, it can be found on Route 129. | Submitted by Neto

First, you should find a gloom near Lilycove or Safari Zone then go to Fortree then surf then you will find a leafstone then let gloom evolve. | Submitted by Chan_05

Watch television to see commercials advertising bargains and the like. Here are some occurences to keep your eyes peeled for:
A commercial for the Mauville Game Corner. When it plays, head over there for increased prizes.
A commercial for the Lilycove Department Store. Get a discount after you see the commercial.
Pokemon sighting information. When the TV tells you a specific Pokemon is spotted, go to that location to find the monster in question.
A commercial for the Slateport City energy guy. Go to him to get energy items at a reduced price. | Submitted by Stryker82

Other than by evolution, it can be found on Safari Zone. | Submitted by Neto

In the Japanese versions of Ruby and Sapphire, if you visit the man in Pokemon Fan Club in Slateport City that is sitting on the couch, he will give you a colored Scarf to Pokemon with maxed Contest stats: Red for Cool, Green for Smart, Yellow for Tough, and so on. Strangely, if you have a Pokemon with max Smart stat in the Japanese versions and speak with the man, you will get a Green Scarf, and if you do it again you'll also get a Yellow Scarf - regardless of the Pokemon's Tough stat.

Catch a Zigazoon as early as possible. Where ever you go and whatever you do, always keep the Zigazoon/Linoone in your party. Its Pickup ability will net you rare items throughout the game. Be sure to not to give him an item so he can pick things up. You can get anything ranging from Super Potions and Full Heals to Rare Candies, Full Restores, and even rare items such as King's Rock. | Submitted by Neto


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