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lprulez55
May 4th, 2006, 05:01 PM
ok, in my pokemon ruby, i can't get in to the sootopolis gym. i know, i know, i have to do the cave of origin, but i already did! i have a groudon to prove it! does anyone one know why i can't get in or how i can?

pokemontrainer_samuel
May 5th, 2006, 06:31 PM
I dunno it sounds kinda weird. u sure u got an original gamepak? u might try trading ur pokemon 2 ur frens gamefile n restarting da whole game with the same name n da same ID number. dat way u can use ur high lvl pokmeon in da beginning after u get the pokedex i think.

the best hoenn 92
May 7th, 2006, 11:00 AM
#1: no matter what you cant get your pokemon back with same name and ID!
#2: yeah you might wanna go get another game or something

shanecdavis
May 7th, 2006, 08:25 PM
I dunno it sounds kinda weird. u sure u got an original gamepak? u might try trading ur pokemon 2 ur frens gamefile n restarting da whole game with the same name n da same ID number. dat way u can use ur high lvl pokmeon in da beginning after u get the pokedex i think.
Again, please do not give out info if you are not sure what you are talking about. Not only do you give wrong info, but it doesn't make you look too good either.

You cannot (without cheating anyway) restart your game with the same ID number. That is next to impossible. Any time you trade Pokes from one game to the next, those Pokes are treated as traded Pokes and they must abide by the limitations that GF thankfully put into place. Why you would want to start the game with high level Pokes is beyond me. A Lv50 Poke battling a Lv4 Poke serves no purpose and you don't get enough Exp points to make it even worth your while. It is better to play by the rules and become a better skilled trainer. In the end though, it is to each their own. If you are compelled to cheat, that is your choice.

jayh272416
May 9th, 2006, 04:25 AM
You have to talk to Steven outside the gym first. He says "Wallace is waiting for you inside" But i never gotten past that stage, I went to the pokecentre and trained my Ludicolo up wif Rare candys.

pokemontrainer_samuel
May 10th, 2006, 11:15 PM
Again, please do not give out info if you are not sure what you are talking about. Not only do you give wrong info, but it doesn't make you look too good either.

You cannot (without cheating anyway) restart your game with the same ID number. That is next to impossible. Any time you trade Pokes from one game to the next, those Pokes are treated as traded Pokes and they must abide by the limitations that GF thankfully put into place. Why you would want to start the game with high level Pokes is beyond me. A Lv50 Poke battling a Lv4 Poke serves no purpose and you don't get enough Exp points to make it even worth your while. It is better to play by the rules and become a better skilled trainer. In the end though, it is to each their own. If you are compelled to cheat, that is your choice.

Dood it aint cheating n I use to hav the same ID number n name as my frens game. It takes like a few hours of restarting to get the same number. I forgot to trade with him n he restarted the game so now we hav different ID numbers. Neways u seem to think dat u know a lot on pokemon but actually wat u know is just 1/1000 of da game maybe. Not even I know everything about the game n dats y they created pokecommunity. Its 4 us to discuss becoz the world of pokemon vast n its ALMOST impossible to finish discovering every single way to do sumthing w/ ur game.

shanecdavis
May 11th, 2006, 08:26 AM
I have a very hard time believing that you restarted a game with the same ID as you had before and since you conveniently cannot prove it anyway, we will just let it go at that. Also, don't pretend that you know anything about me or my knowledge about the game. This is a forum for us to discuss ideas about things relating to Pokemon, not for personal attacks.

Demonta
May 14th, 2006, 03:24 AM
You must be devastated... You need a new game pack matey chum...

~*!*~Tatsujin Gosuto~*!*~
May 14th, 2006, 06:44 AM
I don't think that it has something to do with percentages or fractions of having the same ID number.

:t003:Dark Venusaur

pokemontrainer_samuel
May 19th, 2006, 01:50 AM
wat has it gotta do with percentages and fractions of ID numbers?

shanecdavis
May 19th, 2006, 06:21 AM
It doesn't have anything to do with fractions, but your TrainerID is five digits, so there are 100,000 different possible combinations. That means you have 0.00001% (one hundred thousandth of a percent) chance to get the exact same TrainerID as you did before.