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Advance Generation The hallmark of sprite-based Pokémon gaming, Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald set you off on an adventure in the watery Hoenn region with tons of diverse Pokémon to discover. Fans of Kanto can reexplore their favorite region in FireRed and LeafGreen. Here you'll find other fans who enjoy talking about the Pokémon, strategy, and techniques to master this generation.



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Old August 20th, 2004 (05:33 AM). Edited January 26th, 2006 by Squeegee Beckenheim.
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Fire Red and Leaf Green Gaming FAQ
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As most know, Pokmon Fire Red and Leaf Green are remakes of the Pokmon Red and Green versions that were distributed in Japan. It includes remade graphics and the battle system is exactly the same as the one seen in Pokmon Ruby and Sapphire. Pokmon could learn some new moves that they probably couldn't in Red/Blue/Yellow/Green/Gold/Silver/Crystal. A Squirtle could probably learn Protect. Also, "Abilities" are in these games, so Physically Attacking a Nidoran Male could see the attacking Pokmon poisoned. "The opponent has a 30% chance of being induced with POISON when using a direct attack against this Pokmon."
You'll be able to learn some of the ways of the games, and the battle system, by pressing L or R to view detailed instructions on aspects of the game. Hence, they won't be covered in this FAQ since help may be read in-game.

Changes since Ruby/Sapphire. Since Fire Red and Leaf Green have Advanced Basis, Ruby and Sapphire changes will be covered first.
- The PokDex has categories to find Pokmon by Habitat, Size, Weight, etc. It has, however lost the function of Searching for Pokmon, a nice feature that has been in the games since Gold and Silver.
- When you enter a special area, you get a "first-person view" of that area. When you enter Viridian Forest, you see what the character sees for a few seconds.
- Updated graphics. Makes it feel more real.
- Move tutors. They teach your Pokmon moves that they could learn with TMs in Red/Blue/Yellow/Gold/Silver/Crystal. They could also teach moves you might possibly have thought they couldn't do.
- A much more readable font (Japanese version). Some people thought the text was too small. So they made it a bit larger, but not as large to have just as much words text fitting on the Red and Green GB display. Oh no, people talk a lot more descriptively or use slightly different words.
- Wireless Adaptor. Wire up with friends and play mini-games wirelessly, and battle with them!
- Trainer Tower. Battle to the top and beat a record which you can exchange later. Some of this is described below.

Changes since Red and Green. Multiple changes, some obvious and some subtle. Changes that affect actual gameplay in bold.
- Vastly improved graphics. Detail has been put into the areas. There are no longer areas that look like small bushes, but instead really large trees. Fences have the detail. Pokmon look better. Gyms and buildings will have distinct, unique appearances.
- Kanto Dex. It only displays the first 151 Pokmon, and until Professor Oak updates it, you cannot trade with Ruby/Sapphire/Colosseum and Pokmon will not evolve into their new forms however they evolve. Golbat won't evolve into Crobat, and Pokmon traded from another FRLG with the "National Dex" in it will trade properly, but they will refuse to evolve an won't show in the PokDex.
- National Dex. You can obtain this after catching 60 different kinds of Pokmon and beating the Elite Four. It displays up to 386, the most in all the Pokmon generations. With it, Pokmon will evolve into their new forms with the specific items.
- New Town Map. The map keeps notes of areas like Mt. Moon or Cerulean Cave. It's also extensible to feature new areas.
- The Guard of Saffron City requires a key item to let you pass. The "Green Tea" can be obtained from a lady in the Celadon Mansion (Game Freak Headquarters).
- Most significant change, Mystery Islands (Sevii Islands in English, or also known as the Rainbow Islands in the Japanese version). There, these islands hold secrets that will remain untold at this part of the document. I'll probably spoil the whole thing.
- Others mentioned above. Did I miss something? Tell me.

Catching the Legendaries. Easy enough. Just find the Pokmon and throw the Monsutaa Booru (PokBall), right? Where though?
- And you thought finding Moltres was as easy as a few trips in Victory Road? Wrong. Moltres is now on a mountain on the outskirts of Island 1.
- Articuno is still at the same place. The Seafoam Islands have gone icy too.
- Zapdos is catchable in the same place as well.
- Mewtwo is in the Unknown Dungeon (Cerulean Cave). Some new Pokmon may be there too.
- Deoxys can be obtained by getting a special ticket. You could get it by a promotion of watching Movie 7, but there may be a Card-E for it. You can also go to its island with a CodeBreaker Code (Japanese version only): 82031CF0 3A02 (remember to turn it off when you get there!).
- Ho-oh and Lugia aren't accessible by any means, but there is a ticket to get to their Island. Try this code to get to their dens (remember to turn it off after you get there).

82031CF0 2502 - Ho-oh's Sky-top
82031CF0 2602 - Lugia's Den

There may be an E-Reader card to enable this some time.

The Mystery Islands (Sevii Islands). So you want to know about the new islands outside Kanto?
You'll be able to browse the first three islands for a while. Bill will ask if you want to go to the islands, after you beat Blaine. Say yes, and you'll be taken to Mystery Island 1. Bill will take you to the Pokmon Net Center, where he will introduce you to Celio, a professor whose working on a special machine to "enable Hoenn connectivity". They will give you some items to take along, including an Island Map and a special rock. You won't be able to return to Kanto without completing these sidequests.
Sevii Island 1: Knot Island
You've got almost nothing to do here, so spend some time going across the sea, battling the trainers, and catching Moltres at Mt. Ember. There are some Team Rocket members suspiciously doing something. Come back with a National Dex and after talking with Celio who will request two special plates to be put into the Network machine, and they'll battle you for you to enter that cave that Team Rocket has now dug. Otherwise, you're better off browsing the other islands by taking the ferry to Island 2. Before you do anything though, make sure you visit the Spas and obtain HM 06, Rock Smash. If you have done the sidequests that Bill and his friend have made requests of, Bill will take you back to Kanto. You can revisit any of the islands by going to the dock in Vermillion City.
Sevii Island 2: Boon Island
A small, peaceful town with a nice bay. Go visit the little games building, the "Game Corner" and you'll be told a girl named Lostelle is missing. Then, Bikers will barge in, give their threats and disappear. If you rescued Lostelle already, talk with the Games owner and deliver one of the items that Celio gave to you. If you browse the cliff of the island up top of the small town, you'll be able to find an old lady who can teach your starter a certain move. It MUST be your starter, too, and be fully evolved to final form. Venusaur can learn Frenzy Plant, Charizard can learn Blast Burn and Blastoise can learn Hydro Cannon. Oh, and while you're at it, there's a market stall there with a person whose a seller in Celadon City (who happens to know you). He sells rare items including Lava Cookie and Moomoo Milk.
Sevii Island 3: Kin Island
Have the bikers seen you at Island 2 yet? If not, go visit the Game Corner at Island 2. If you have, the bikers will recognize you and request continuous battles in a row with you. Defeat them and you'll be able to move on to "Berry Forest" later on, where the Lostelle is missing. Lostelle's residence is here as well.
You will have to rescue Lostelle from a wild Hypno. Don't have a Hypno in your dex? Go and catch this one if you like. Then, return to the Island 2 Game Corner.
Also, while you're in Berry Forest there are numerous dark patches where berries are. You will find good berries here, and they will grow back quickly in profusion, so go get them if you like.

Travelling to the rest of the islands

Here's some things you might find useful in browsing the Mystery Islands. All you need is the National Dex.
To obtain the National Dex, you need to catch 60 Pokmon and must have beaten the Elite Four. Professor Oak will lead you to his lab and give you and your Rival the National Dex. If you've just caught 60, just go to his lab to recieve the National Dex.

Now, go to Island 1 and speak to Celio. (I've given these instructions before, but I'll say them again). He will ask you to find the Ruby and Sapphire plates. The first one is located at Mt. Ember. There, on the main area, there should be two Team Rocket Grunts discussing over something, and they will notice you. Talk to them to battle them, and they will clear away, leaving a cave to explore enterable. In that cave are Pokmon such as Slugma, and with enough browsing you should find the Ruby Platye there, ready for you to obtain.
Sevii Island 4: Floe Island
You've obtained the Ruby Plate, so now you need the Sapphire Plate? We'll get to moving there, but first you need to be here. There's a few things to do in this small town. There's a Daycare here, where you may breed your Pokmon by leaving two at the Daycare. Lorelei also lives here, but is missing from her home, and isn't at the Elite Four (as it is closed) either. Go to Icefall Cave, just at the top-right corner of Four Island. Browse around, as there is an Item Ball containing the HM 07 Waterfall Disc. Then, go up the big waterfall, and you should come across Lorelei, and some Rockets. You will be thrusted into battle, so go and defeat the Rockets. They will disappear, and Lorelei will thank you and return to her home.

Sevii Island 5: Chrono Island
This is a really eventful island. Team Rocket has settled here, ready for you to defeat them once again. But their door is locked. Retrieve the Sapphire Plate when it is stolen from a cave in Island 6.
Also, this is the area where you can obtain a Togepi egg. If you don't have a full party, go to an old man on the little Island of Water Labyrinth. Also, at Resort Gorgeous, there's a house where Lady Selphy resides. However, she isn't there... so go to Lost Cave (just east of the Resort) to find her. This cave is very windingy and will get you lost, so from the main entrance follow the doors in this order: East, North, South, South, East, West, South, East, North. There, Selphy will be running around. She then will spot you and challenge you to battle with 2 Persians, out of her confusion in the fog. Once you defeat her, she will ask you to take her back to her house in Resort Gorgeous and then you will find yourself there later. Enter her house and she will ask to see a random Pokmon from your Dex. She wants it quick, so go to your PC QUICKLY and then return with that Pokmon. She is very impatient, so you'll be wasting your time if you go and catch a Pokmon that you didn't have. (HINT: Save before talking with her so you can get her to ask for a different Pokmon). Instead, you need to withdraw one from a PC or catch a water Pokmon outside if she asks for one. She will call her butler, Sebastian, to give you an item in return. You can do this numerous times by exiting, since she easily forgets who you are.

Sevii Island 6 - Fortune Island
Your rival will be in the Pokmon Center at Six Island, but other than that, south of the island is a ruin, called Dotted Hole. If you haven't rescued Lorelei, a scientist will be blocking the way examining the door to the hole. If he's gone, use CUT on the door of that hole (manually). When you're in that cave, go through the first hole and drop through the holes in this order (also marked on the braille): Up, Left, Right, Down. There is the Sapphire Plate, but then a Rocket Scientist will come to it and grab it just when you are about to grab it. That's when you can chase after him by going to Island 5 and going to Five Isle Meadow, where the Rocket Hideout is and where the scientist is located.
Also north is two houses with a Lady wanting to see Heracross and to examine it's horn, and Pattern Bush, full of trainers, Heracross, and other nice bug Pokmon ready for you to catch. There is also Altering Cave, which wild Pokmon change by scanning Card-Es. Unfortunately that is only in the Japanese version, but some say that it can be changed by the Wireless Adaptor Communication System...

Sevii Island 7 - Quest Island
Now this is an exciting Island! Right up North is the Trainer Tower, where you can battle trainers. In the Japanese version these trainers are customizable through Card-Es, but in the rest of the versions there are set trainers on eight floors you get to Battle. You can choose to battle 8 single trainers, 8 Double Battlers, 8 Knockout Trainers (trainers that battle you consecutively on each floor, all with one Pokmon each trainer) or 8 of a mix of these types of trainers.

Also at the far south of the island are some ruins, Tanoby Ruins, just under Sevault Canyon. A cave located near Sevault Canyon is Tanoby Key, which has a Strength boulder-puzzle. Solve that, and Unown will be released into all the Tanoby Ruins.


The trainer tower (Japanese Version)
The trainer tower is not like that of R/S or Crystal. You can't get prizes, but fight a number of trainers to get to the top. Items can be used, but experience points don't raise. You can obtain more items and heal Pokmon during the session, and the session only ends of you exit the tower. No prizes, but you may go back down and play again. But if you want to up the challenge, get an E-Reader and scan a trainer card.


The trainer tower (English Version)
The trainer tower is not like that of R/S or Crystal. Fight a number of trainers to get to the top. Items can be used, but experience points don't raise. You can obtain more items and heal Pokmon during the session, and the session only ends of you exit the tower. You can select 4 different modes as described above,
8 single trainers, 8 Double Battlers, 8 Knockout Trainers (trainers that battle you consecutively on each floor, all with one Pokmon each trainer) or 8 of a mix of these types of trainers. At the top, you get one of an item (only once unfortunately) for each mode: Dragon Scale, Up-grade, Metal Coat and King's Rock.

Deoxys. Mystery Pokmon, mystery powers.
Deoxys can be obtained by getting a special ticket. You could get it by a promotion of watching Movie 7 (in Japan, but I think it's over already), but there may be a Card-E for it. You can also go to its island with a CodeBreaker Code (Japanese version only): 82031CF0 3A02 (remember to turn it off when you get there!). To get it in the English Version, use this CodeBreaker code: 82031DBC 3A02.

In Fire Red and Leaf Green, Deoxys will have different "Effort Values" for these games. The Deoxys in Fire Red will have a thin, tough appearance, and has a high attack power but a very low defence. It will learn High-attack-type moves. Unfortunately it could be defeated by a Pokmon of it's own level quite easily. Deoxys in Leaf Green has high Defence but attacks are a bit bad. It has moves that will defend itself, including Toxic. But it has a low HP level.

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Old August 28th, 2004 (04:07 PM). Edited August 28th, 2004 by Hiroshi Sotomura.
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The English versions were sold today at the New York Pokmon Center and me and Satoshi-kun have noticed these things so far.

Additions to this piece are in bold.

-An old lady mentions that the Sevii Islands are named Sevii because of a belief they were made in seven days
-Most male text is blue while most female text is red
-The Sevii Islands are labeled in the game by numbers, not their "confirmed" names (ex: One Island, Two Island, and so on, not Knot Island, etc.). However, names of the island mainlands will show on the town signs of the island.
-The text is too close to the border on the left >.< Bad Nintendo
-Unknown Dungeon is now Cerulean Cave
-The ship that takes you island to island is the Seagallop Hi-Speed 7 (I hate that name)
- You will recieve an item for winning in the trainer tower after reaching the top.
- Mystery Gift replaces Mystery Event in the main menu.
- The Space Shuttle Columbia replica in the Japanese and English Red version was named "Space Shuttle Columbia". It is the same in the Japanese version. However, the English version just calls it "Space Shuttle".
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Fame Checker Locations

There are certain entries you cannot obtain without beating the Elite Four first. Some of those entries are pointed out to you, but others are not. So I suggest defeating the Elite Four before hunting all of these down.

Once you complete someone's Fame Checker file, you can press start while checking their entries to get a quote from the person.

Professor Oak
1. The sign in front of Oak’s Lab
2. Professor Oak in Oak’s Lab
3. Oak’s Assistant in Oak’s Lab
4. Pokemon Journal in Viridian City, Bookshelf in the house above the Pokemon Center
5. Agatha in the Elite Four
6. Oak’s Assistant in Oak’s Lab (defeat the Elite Four)

Daisy
1. Oak’s Aide in Prof. Oak’s Lab in Pallet Town
2. Woman sitting next to the President of the Pokemon Fan Club in Vermillion City
3. A Man on a small island in the east of the Water Labyrinth near Five Island. Put a Pokemon that likes you a lot at the front of your party to get a Togepi Egg from him (have a slot open as well). Hatch it right there, then talk to him again to get the entry
4. Pokemon Journal in Viridian City, Bookshelf in the house above the Pokemon Center
5. Old Lady that gives you Tea in the Celadon Mansion. Talk to her again after getting the Tea.
6. Pokemon Journal on Four Island, Bookshelf in the Pokemon Center

Brock
1. The GYM sign in front of the Pewter City Gym
2. Brock in the Pewter City Gym
3. Young Man outside the Pewter City Pokemon Center
4. The Boy a little south of the Pokemon Center in front of Mt. Moon
5. A Man standing by a group of rocks inside Mt. Moon
6. Pokemon Journal in Pewter City, Bookshelf inside the Pokemon Museum where you get the Amber fossil

Misty
1. The GYM sign in front of the Cerulean Gym
2. Misty in the Cerulean Gym
3. Trainer in the Cerulean Gym
4. Young Man in green near the entrance (Fuchsia side) of the Seafoam Islands
5. Young Lady in front of Bill’s house north of Cerulean City
6. Pokemon Journal in Cerulean City, Bookshelf in the Pokemon Center

Lt. Surge
1. The GYM sign in front of the Vermillion City Gym
2. Lt. Surge in the Vermillion City Gym
3. A Trainer wearing a suit inside the gym
4. The same trainer (keep talking to him)
5. The Sailor inside the gym
6. Pokemon Journal in Vermillion City, Bookshelf inside the Pokemon Center

Erika
1. The GYM sign in front of the Celadon City Gym
2. Erika inside the Celadon City Gym
3. A Trainer inside the Celadon City Gym
4. Another Trainer inside the Celadon City Gym
5. Erika inside the Celadon City Gym (talk to her after getting the Badge and TM)
6. Pokemon Journal in Celadon City, Bookshelf on the 2nd floor of the Celadon Mansion

Koga
1. The GYM sign in front of the Fuchsia City Gym
2. Koga inside the Fuchsia City Gym
3. A Trainer inside the Fuchsia City Gym
4. Charine, standing above a Chansey in the zoo area
5. Pokemon Journal in Fuchsia City, Blue Bookshelf in the Warden’s house
6. A Man in the 3rd Rest House in the Safari Zone

Sabrina
1. The GYM sign in front of the Saffron City Gym
2. Young Man in a house along the top row of houses on Three Island
3. Sabrina inside the Saffron City Gym
4. Sabrina inside the Saffron City Gym
5. Pokemon Journal in Saffron City, Bookshelf inside the Pokemon Center
6. A Trainer inside the Saffron City Gym

Blaine
1. The GYM sign in front of the Cinnabar Gym
2. Blaine in the Cinnabar Gym
3. Talk to one of the trainers inside the Cinnabar Gym after defeating Blaine
4. The Woman outside the Cinnabar Gym
5. Photo of Blaine and Mr. Fuji behind Blaine inside the Cinnabar Gym
6. Pokemon Journal on Resort Gorgeous north of Five Island, Bookshelf inside Selphy’s House

Giovanni
1. Giovanni at Team Rocket Hideout
2. Researcher at Silph Co. Building, 5th Floor
3. Researcher at Silph Co. Building, 8th Floor
4. Giovanni in the Viridian Gym
5. Advisor (guy that stands by the entrance statues) in the Viridian Gym after you defeat Giovanni
6. Scientist in the Rock Warehouse on Five Island. Defeat him, leave the warehouse, re-enter and talk to him again for the entry.

Lorelei
1. Lorelei at the Elite Four
2. Lorelei at the Elite Four
3. Old Man in the PokeMart on Four Island
4. Pokemon Journal on Five Island, Bookshelf in the Pokemon Center
5. Little Girl peeking into Lorelei’s house on Four Island
6. Old Lady standing next to the pool of water next to the Pokemon Center on Four Island. She appears after you help Lorelei defeat Team Rocket.

Bruno
1. Bruno at the Elite Four
2. Bruno at the Elite Four
3. Pokemon Journal in Saffron City, Bookshelf at the back of the Pokemon Trainer Fan Club
4. Karate Fighter at the back of Ember Spa north of One Island
5. Woman with blonde hair on Two Island. Rescue the girl on Three Island and defeat the Elite Four for her to appear. If she doesn’t, talk to the guy who made a shop on Two Island. Then enter and exit a house and she should be there.
6. Karate Fighter on Seven Island on a cliff directly south of the Tranoby Key cave.

Agatha
1. Agatha at the Elite Four
2. Karate Fighter at the Indigo Plateau
3. Karate Fighter at the Indigo Plateau (after you help Lorelei on the Sevii Islands)
4. Pokemon Journal on Seven Island, Bookshelf in the Pokemon Center
5. Agatha at the Elite Four
6. Old Lady in the PokeMart on Six Island

Lance
1. Lance at the Elite Four
2. Lance at the Elite Four
3. Girl walking around in front of the Pokemon Trainer Fan Club
4. Little Girl in the Celadon Department Store
5. Pokemon Journal at the Indigo Plateau, Bookshelf above the Karate Fighter
6. Young Man at Indigo Plateau after you finish your quests on the Sevii Islands

Bill
1. Your Rival after defeating him in Cerulean
2. Little Boy to the left when you enter the Pokemon Center in Cerulean City
3. Bill’s Grandpa in the house to the right of the Fuchsia Gym
4. Celio after Network Machine is fixed on One Island
5. Celio after Network Machine is fixed on One Island (keep talking to him)
6. Celio after Network Machine is fixed on One Island (keep talking to him)

Mr. Fuji
1. Little Girl next to the TV in Mr. Fuji’s house in Lavender Town
2. One of the three Rocket members at the top of the Pokemon Tower in Lavender
3. The Pokemon Fan Magazine on the table in Mr. Fuji’s house in Lavender Town
4. The Man sitting on a chair on the right when you enter the Pokemon Center in Lavender Town
5. Photo of Mr. Fuji and Blaine behind Blaine in the Cinnabar Gym
6. Pokemon Journal on Cinnabar Island, Bookshelf in Pokemon Center

Rocket Warehouse Walkthrough

This will get you through the Rocket Warehouse on Five Island.

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1. From the entrance. step on the tile group pointing < < <. You hsould end up by 2 large rows of tiles facing up.
2. Step on the tile facing up closest to the left wall.
3. From where you stopped, walk to the right over to 2 rows of tiles facing down. Step on the row closest to the left (the one with 3 facing down). You should end up between 2 more rows facing down.
4. Walk up without steppingon the tiels to find 3 rows of tiles facing the left. Step on the one in the middle.
5. From where you stop, walk around on the floor without the tiles and make your way up to find 3 rows of tiles facing down.
6. Step on the middle row or the right row. Either one works. Head straight down onto another tile.
7. Battle the Rocket Member. She'll change 2 of the tiles so you can return easily.
8. Head up. Battle another Rocket Member.
9. Head up. Battle the Scientist. Get the plate. Talk to him again after defeating him to get an entry on Giovanni for your Fame Checker.
Fire/Leaf/Ruby/Sapphire Pokemon Calculator

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http://www.boomspeed.com/kpdavatar/PokemonMakerV4x.hta(Downloadable version)

Open it up once you get the Calculator. Scroll down past all those Code samples and stuff. Once you reach the section where it says Trainer Info, enter in your Trainer Info. Scroll down and keep entering things in. Once you're done, scroll all the way back to the top. Under the big white text box on the right, choose your cheating device. Then click the "Samples To Codes" button. Viola. The codes will show up in that white text box above the button.
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The Lost Cave of 5 Island

Ever noticed that the amount of rocks change in every room of the Lost Cave? The amount of rocks tell you the direction to travel. On all even floors go the opposite of the below. If you go the opposite you will have to start all over, but it is worth it because a Rare Candy lay in the midst.
3 rocks=RIGHT
6 rocks=DOWN
9 rocks=LEFT
12 rocks=UP
It's like a clock. The 3 is on the right, the 6 is on the bottom and so on.
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You could go to many locations in the UK to recive Deoxys, play the TCG againts other fans, have a preview play of Pokemon XD: Gale Of Darkness, and play Pokemon Emerald, the all lasted 2 days. The dates for the events and there locations were

Croydon Grants- 8/9 october
Cheshire Oaks- 15/16 october
North Finchley- 22/23 october
Leeds- 25/26 october
leicester- 27/28 october
Birmingham- 29/30 0ctober
Bristol- 5/6 november
Q: will the Nintendo DS work in these cinemas?
A: only the nintendo gameboy advance of SP will work at the events, since they are the only console capable of holding a wireless adapter, and dont smash open your DS to make a hole so it can fit because it still wont work

Q: can you get Deoxys on ruby or sapphire?
A: sorry but no, only fire red, leaf green and emerald can go to Birth Island to get Deoxys

Q: Can you take my cartridge to the event to get Deoxys?
A: Sorry but I do not want to have the responsibility of other peoples games, because if it gets stolen or flushed down the toilet or anything.

Q: you can get deoxys via the space shuttle thing so why go to an event?
A: because the space shuttle thing is a lie, it dosent work, the space shuttle only records how many weeks you have been playing the game
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Full credit to YoMama for writing up this guide. More will be added as he sees fit.

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I noticed when some of the FR/LG teams were posted that they had stuff like Pidgeot and Raticate. Here are a list of recommended Pokemon found in-game that are worth training. If you think I missed a good Pokemon, let me know. Thanks.


Snorlax:

Caught at Level 30 between Celedon City and the Bike Path, or South of Lavendar. Snorlax has increible HP, great Attack, and makes an awesome special wall.

Recommended moves:

- Brick Break / Counter / Curse
- Earthquake
- Body Slam / Return
- Rest

No Shadow Ball since it like never meets Ghosts. Curse is obtained by breeding, and if you can't get it, try Counter. Its high HP is awesome with Counter. Brick Break if you have no other choice. Careful Nature.


Zapdos:

Caught at Level 50 in the Power Plant. Zapdos has a great HP, Attack, Defense, Special Defense, and Speed. Its Special Attack on the other hands is awesome. You'll love this thing in-game.

Recommended moves:

- Drill Peck
- Thunderbolt
- Rest / Thunder Wave
- Light Screen / Thunder Wave

T-wave Zappy is cool. Light Screen lets it stand Ice Beams from Loreli much easier. T-wave to criple the opponent. Rest for recovery. Drill Peck because its movepools is limited. Thunderbolt is the bomb on this guy. Neutral is cool for this guy. He needs every stat.


Articuno:

Caught at Level 50 at Seaform Islands. Articuno has good everything except Special Defense which is freaken awesome. He's like my favorite legendary bird.

Recommended moves:

- Ice Beam
- Rest
- Reflect / Sleep Talk / Toxic / Water Pulse
- Reflect / Sleep Talk / Toxic / Water Pulse

Ice Beam for a good old STAB and Rest to improve it as a special wall. Reflect to support the team, Steel Talk to make use while sleeping, Toxic if you like stalling, or Water Pulse for another attack. Calm Nature btw.


Moltres:

Caught at Level 50 at mt. Ember on One Island. Moltres has about the same Base Stats as Zapdos except Defense and Special Defense Base Stats are vice-versa. Great guy. Awesome. Limited movepool though. Preferbly neutral nature or -Speed Nature.

Recommended moves:

- Flamethrower
- Aerial Ace
- Rest / Sleep Talk / Toxic / Filler
- Rest / Sleep Talk / Toxic / Filler

Limited movepool. That's what really sucks about the birds.


Dodrio:

Doduo can be found near Fuchsia City. Dodrio has great Attack, decent Speed, and ok everything else. It soooooooo outclasses Fearow and Pidgeot.

Recommended moves:

- Drill Peck
- Return
- Quick Attack
- Steel Wing

Strap a CB on with Adamant and kill stuff. Not much more to say here.


Slowbro:

Caught at Seaform Islands. Great Defense, decent Special Attack, and ok Special Defense and sucky Speed. Good Pokemon though.

Recommended moves:

- Calm Mind
- Surf
- Ice Beam / Psychic / Rest
- Ice Beam / Psychic / Rest

Rest is cool with CM. Psychic for STAB or Ice Beam to cover Grass and Flying and more stuff that Psychic wouldn't usually cover. Bold or Modest Nature for this guy.


Charizard:

Starter of course. Decent Special stats and mediocre Defense and HP. Its Attack is ok too.

Recommended moves:

- Fire Blast / Overheat
- Earthquake / Rock Slide
- Dragon Dance / Swords Dance
- Aerial Ace / Wing Attack

Lots of choices just in cases if your's is limited. Adamant Attacking Zard is best.


Blastoise:

Starter. Tank thing. Attack and Speed are mediocre and Defenses and Special Attack are pretty cool.

Recommended moves:

- Ice Beam
- Bite / Toxic
- Rest
- Surf

Bite if you want another attack or Toxic to stall. Bold Nature is prefered on this tank.


Venasaur:

Starter. It can absorb special hits well in-game.

Recommended moves:

- Giga Drain / Razor Leaf / Solarbeam
- Sleep Powder
- Sludge Bomb
- Growth / Leech Seed / Swords Dance

Sleep Powder and Sludge Bomb are pretty cool. Preferbly Razor Leaf as your Grass atack. Growth for Grass power, Swords Dance for Sludge Bomb power, or Leech Seed to drain. Relaxed, Quiet, or Sassy is cool for this guy.


I will promise to add more. I got to log off in a while and I'll add more every so often. Sticky would be greatly appreciated. I hope this helps so far.
If anyone else would like something added, PM me!
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Getting Ready to obtain the legendaries - Merged in from previous thread.

The Legendaries already obtainable in RS/FRLG/E using special games/features:
Jirachi: Colosseum Bonus Disc (US Only, no longer available) / Channel (Europe/Australia Only, by reaching a certain point in the game.)
Celebi: Colosseum's Japanese Bonus Disc, and PokéPark 2005/2006. Also through the current (as of Saturday June 14, 2006) Pokémon Journey Across America event.
Ho-oh: Finishing Colosseum and going through Mt. Battle (and reaching the top).

The Legendaries obtainable after going to events, with Mystery Connection/Mystery Gift turned on:
Ho-oh: Navel Rock, by obtaining the Mysticticket from Pokémon Centers (2F), after using Mystery Gift near a hotspot. This certain hotspot can be located at certain Pokémon Japanese events, such as the annual festival.
Lugia: Navel Rock, by obtaining the Mysticticket from Pokémon Centers (2F), after using Mystery Gift near a hotspot. This certain hotspot can be located at certain Pokémon Japanese events, such as the annual festival.
Deoxys: Hotspot features: Movie 7 promotion hotspots at certain cinemas by obtaining the Premier Ticket (Japan), Pokémon Center event at Pokémon Center New York, or Pokémon Rocks America. Go to Pokémon Center (2F) to obtain Aurora Ticket.

Emerald-only:
Mew: World's Edge Island, by obtaining the ticket from a Wireless Hotspot from invitation by purchase of the "Premier Ticket" (which is out right now!) Advanced Generation Movie 3, "Mew and the Wave Guiding Hero". Collect the Sea Chart in the second floor of any Pokémon Center in Houen.
For the US version: This WILL be different - probably obtainable through Pokémon Rocks America, or Pokémon Center NY. I wouldn't be interested anyway, seeing as I hate "Pokémon USA, Inc.". =P

Turning on Mystery Connection or Mystery Gift
English Versions
You need to have obtained the PokéDex from Professor Oak or Professor Birch, depending on your game.
1. Go to any questionnaire (a piece of paper) at the Pokémon Mart. Press A and get into the input dialog.

2. Fill the phrases "LINK TOGETHER WITH ALL" into the questionnaire. Select OK and finish the phrase.

3. Mystery Gift should be activated. Save and reset.

4. Connect the Wireless Adapter.
5. Select MYSTERY GIFT.

6. Select Wonder Card and wait.

Japanese Versions
This is the same from Fire Red, Leaf Green and Emerald. You need to have the PokéDex already.
1. Go to any Pokémon Mart and look for a sheet of paper. Fill the Questionnaire.

2. Fill the phrases with "Tomodachi ippai fushigi tsuushin" (Many Friends, Mystery Connections).

3. Mystery Connection is now activated. Save the game and reset.

4. If you wish to use the E-Reader features (like in RS) don't attach the wireless adapter. If you wish to access Hotspots and such, connect it.
5. Select "Fushigina moraimono" (Mystery Connection) and choose the appropriate option.


Collecting your gifts
If playing Emerald, it's the same routine as RS for items via E-Reader. But if you're using features from the Wireless Adapter, pick up your items at the Pokémon Center second floor (in Emerald, FireRed or LeafGreen).
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