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Pokemon have also been given special natures that boost one stat's strength and subtract from another. The Pokemon Crystal only do not animate anymore when you encounter them in the wild, or when viewed on the Status screen. Every Pokemon now has its own icon, instead of having a general group one. In a Trainer battle, the opponent's Pokemon are displayed as "Foe" instead of "Enemy". Secret Bases have been added. See the Secret Base section for more info thanks to malfoyluver yahoo.
HM6 is no longer Whirlpool, but is now Rock Smash. Flash now only covers a large circular area surrounding you, instead of full screen. The PC flashes when you boot it up thanks to merlin89 optonline. Find a change I missed?
Looks like you're the new kid in town. When the truck stops, hop off and your mother greets you. She takes you inside and tells you to set the clock your father gave you as a gift.
Do so, and head back downstairs. You're a nice kid, so go visit the neighbors. May's mother greets you upon entry. Head upstairs and speak to May.
May is nice to you, unlike previous rivals, although Brendan, the rival if you play as a female, seems to have a hint of Gary in him. I like Brendan much more than May, because Brendan isn't so excited about absolutely everything She'll leave after you talk to her. Leave her house and leave town.
Professor Birch is in danger from a Lv. He's too afraid of the wild Pokemon! Walk to his bag and press A. This is everyone's evolution line: Torchic gets beaten easily by the first Gym, but will absolutely decimate the Elite Four and the Champion if given the right moves.
I picked Torchic for my first game, Treecko for my second, Torchic again for my third, Mudkip for game 4, Treecko yet again for game 5, and Mudkip was my choice in my sixth game.
Pick your Pokemon, then beat on the wittle puppy. Professor Birch thanks you, takes you to his lab and gives you the Pokemon that you picked. He'll tell you that May's on Route collecting data. Absolutely nothing of importance here. You can talk to the man dressed in white to receive a Potion. Continue upwards to Route There are a few Trainers here, so be sure to level your starter to around level 7 or 8 before speaking to May.
If you chose Treecko, I find it helpful to use Leer a few times at least 3 or 4, or until you get knocked into the yellow whichever comes first. Keep in mind that they'll be Growling you right back, which doesn't help. If you chose a Growler, then only use it when Treecko uses Leer.
Mudkip's Mud-Slap can help prevent being Leered or hitbut it doesn't work well against Treecko. After the fight, May heads back to Littleroot Town. You should do the same.
Try and leave town, and Mom stops you to give you the Running Shoes. Hold B and you will run faster. Be careful, because if you run near a Trainer in the grass, he or she will look at you and you won't be able to sneak past. Head left when you reach Oldale until you get to Petalburg City. Someone stops you and tells you that all new Trainers check out if there's a Gym in town upon arrival. Being the nice chap he is, he does just this for you. Head inside, and lo and behold, it's your father.
Turns out he's a Gym Leader. After speaking to you, a boy named Wally enters. Asking your father for help, your father turns him to you to teach him how to capture Pokemon.
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Your father lends Wally a Zigzagoon help him catch a Pokemon. Wally leads you just outside the city, where he encounters a Ralts.
Watch Wally capture the Ralts, then head back to the Gym. Wally returns the Zigzagoon and leaves happily. If you were to battle your father at your current state assuming your levels right now are less than 30you'd be smoked.
You can't even access the Trainers yet. Head left out of Petalburg and follow the patch to Petalburg Woods. Team Aqua is devoted to expanding the sea to make a home for Water Pokemon. They have no idea that what they're trying to do will destroy humankind, but oh well! That's a typical bad guy for ya. The Devon Researcher will give you a Great Ball as thanks, and take off.
Follow the path out of the forest. Continue on this same route your first 2- on-2 battle is here until you reach Rustboro City. The levels are the same. If you chose Torchic, try and pick up a Wingull and level it up. They will help you against Roxanne's Gym. Whenever you're prepared, head in the gym, defeat the Trainers, and challenge Roxanne. Like I said, Torchic gets kicked around and tossed aside in this battle, so unless it has evolved into Combusken to get rid of its Rock weakness, leave it out of the battle!
That's why there's a sudden bunch of people you can't even find yet You'll be fighting lots of wild Pokemon to get your levels. We can't let that happen, now can we? Cut allows you chop down certain trees in your way. In battle, its power barely exceeds that of Tackle. Heal up and go north and east out of the city. The Devon Researcher will ask you to help him. Go east to Route and keep going until you reach the entrance. Speak to the old man there. His beloved Wingull, Peeko, has been stolen, and he asks you to retrieve it.
Enter the cave and see the Aqua Grunt with Peeko. Get up all in his wheezy and bust a cap. He forks over the Devon Goods and Peeko, and leaves again.
The old man introduces himself as Mr. He thanks you, and takes Peeko back to his cabin outside of Petalburg Woods. He'll take you back to Devon Corporation to see his boss, and he'll ask you to take those Goods to the shipyard in Slateport City. His boss, who is more than pleased, gives you a letter to deliver to Steven in Dewford Town.
He also gives you the PokeNav as an incentive to do these little tasks. Upon entering the Woods, Cut the bushes to your right and talk to the lady to get the Miracle Seed. Then head out of Petalburg Woods, and enter Mr. Stop him from chasing Peeko by talking to him, and he'll ask you if you want to set sail.
Say yes, and you'll be on your way! Enter the house right next to the dock and talk to the guy at the table to get a Silk Scarf, which powers up Normal moves. The Old Rod is also here. Talk to the fisherman near the right end of town to get it. In order to progress, Flash is strongly recommended, so you'll have to beat Brawly in order to earn the right to use it out of battle.
That will be the majority of his moves, making his Pokemon super-powerful, so kill them quickly! It evolved into Kirlia, right? Kirlia owns Brawly every which way, if it knows Confusion. If not, Sapphire-users can pick up Sableye in Granite Cave, which essentially awards you the victory. Lots of Magnemite are up ahead. Pick up a Geodude here and level it until Magnitude is learned.
It'll sweep Mauville's Gym. Speak to the man inside and you will receive HM5, Flash. Flash sucked in the old days, and it isn't any better now. Alas, you must teach it to someone probably that Ralts you caught earlier Either way, follow the path until you come out in the first room on the upper ledge.
Go left and down into a room, and who should it be but good ol' Steven. He'll appear occasionally throughout your journey to see how you're doing and talk to you about random, boring, irrevelant things. Upon talking to Steven, he will take the letter addressed to him and award you with TM47, Steel Wing. This move just so happens to be Steven's favorite move. He'll leave, and you should do the same. You still have to go to Slateport City! Heal if you need to, and talk to Mr.
Briney, but select Slateport as your destination. Defeat all the Trainers in the rest house and the vendor will give you six Soda Pop for free. After that, they're money each. Talk to the little girl near the water's edge on the south side of Route and she'll give you the Soft Sand. Make your way to Slateport City. Looks like Team Aqua's causing trouble again First of all, head to the Mart and buy yourself a Harbor Mail for 50 money.
Save it, because you will need it later. Enter the shipyard below the Oceanic Museum the building surrounded at first by Aqua menand talk to the man straight up from when you enter.
He will tell you that Captain Stern went somewhere. I'll save you some trouble - he's in the Oceanic Museum.
Turns out this is the same guy who tried to steal Peeko. He will give you TM46, Thief, and leave. Go upstairs and talk to Captain Stern. He will take the package, but those blasted Aquas want it! Dispose of them, and Archie appears. Archie is the head honcho of Team Aqua. You can leave now.
There's nothing else to do here, so you can head north out of the city. Be sure to pick up Parlyz Heals from the Mart! You WILL need them if you plan to level in the next area! Electric Pokemon are very popular from now until Wattson, so Mudkip's gonna have a field day if you chose her. Fighting in the grass on Route will land you an Electrike. These little buggers are very fast and learn Thunder Wave, so be careful.
With their Abilities, you can be paralyzed from using an attack that involves touch. Go up, and you'll reach a fork. Left leads to more Trainers and some water. Right takes you to the grassy path that leads to Mauville. Take the grassy path right. Head up, and look! Continue on the path until you reach Mauville City. If you didn't, you can either skip this completely or go back, get one, and then come back.
Anyway, take your Harbor Mail into the first building you see upon entering the city it should be the one just to the right of the Game Corner; there's a man standing next to it.
Talk to the girl in there, and she will happily trade your Harbor Mail for the Coin Case, which will allow you to play the games in the Game Corner. Well, you're in luck. To the right of the Pokemon Center is the Bike Shop. Enter, and talk to Rydel, the owner. Tell him you came from far away, and he will offer you one of two bikes, the Mach Bike and the Acro Bike.
Both have advantages and disadvantages: Faster of the two bikes 1. Can go up mud slides 2. Cannot cross white bars 3. Can cross cracked floors 5. Maintains same speed 7. Cannot go up mud slopes or cross cracked floors 8. Can cross white bars 9.
Can hop up stones via Bunny Hop Pick one. It doesn't matter which one, really, because you can always come back and switch for free, any time you want.
I prefer the Mach Bike over the Acro Bike, because I'd rather go fast then do tricks, but that's just me. Pick one, and then leave. If you want, you can head back south and use your Bike to ride on Cycling Road.
The Trainers there use Magnemite and Voltorb as the overwhelming majority of their Pokemon. If this isn't your cup of tea yet, you can always continue as normal. You wanna beat Wattson? Wally is in front of the Gym, pleading with his uncle to let him challenge the Gym to test his skills. His uncle shuts him down, and Wally asks if you'll battle with him. He won't move unless you show him who's boss, so accept and get ready for some ownage. Shame the Ralts and Wally will go with his uncle back to Verdanturf Town.
You can now enter the Gym. Surge and those annoying electrical locks? Yeah, well those are gone. There is only one way to influence IVs, and that is through breeding.
Whenever you breed a Pokemon, it inherits three of the twelve IVs from both parents. There is way more to this than it seems, but I'm not really sure with my information, so it's best to resort to another guide.
Serebii has one, but I'm pretty sure many sites have their own, so pick one of your preference. IVs become more accurate if the Pokemon's level is higher, so level-up your Pokemon should you want it exact. Should you only want a range, is already a pretty good level to find that out. Oh, and as an extra bonus - introduced in Diamond and Pearl is a value called a Characteristic. This tells you what the highest IV of a Pokemon is, which is really helpful and a quick way to tell if your Pokemon has good IVs or not.
It does not give you exact values, though, so you should still resort to IV calculators for that. Here are the characteristics and the possible values that they imply. Note that whatever value they imply is the highest value, so a single-digit IV could be your highest one, which means you're really unlucky.
I'm sorry if it seems like I'm ripping them off, but their format was so practical that I couldn't really find another format besting it. If you see any correction, kindly email me. Fortunately, Gamefreak has blessed us with items that are there specifically to aid in EV training. First of which is the Macho Brace, which has been around since the 3rd Gen. When held by a Pokemon, it doubles the EVs obtained by the Pokemon holding it, at the expense of its speed being halved.
Secondly are six new items introduced in Diamond and Pearl. They are as follows: Third are six vitamins that have been around since second gen. They are sold for Pokedollars or 1 Battle Point each, and they do aid in EV training by providing at most EV points in their specific stat.
Sorry I didn't note this earlier. Wild Pokemon have a very, VERY small chance of possessing this very special virus almost as rare as wild Pokemon being shinybut if you're lucky enough to battle one, the Pokemon that beat it will be infected by the virus. To find out, simply open up your Pokemon's page, and if a purple bar with "PKRS" appears next to its name, it's infected. After a few more battles, your entire party will be infected with this really awesome virus.
What does it do? It doubles the amount of EVs you receive in battle, taking into consideration all the items mentioned above. One of the users of this guide has given me proof that this is the correct formula, so yeah. And one more thing, Pokerus is never-ending, but the spreading part doesn't last for more than one or two days. Everytime the date rolls over a new dayPokerus "leaves" your Pokemon. When it does, the purple "PKRS" sign will be replaced by an orange smiley face. Don't fret, though, as the double in effort points will still be in effect - the only thing that leaves is the ability to spread it to other Pokemon.
With this in mind, one must avoid losing Pokerus completely by storing a Pokemon with an active Pokerus on the PC Storage. This will preserve the status of Pokerus forever until the Pokemon is taken out. A handy thing, indeed. Should you make a mistake with EV training, though, you should never fear, as there are six berries that take away ten EV points and increase the Pokemon's happiness.
That way, you can redo your EV training to make your Pokemon to your liking. So you technically only need eleven of the same berry to reduce a stat from back to 0. It's divided into four - the first and third are Wild Pokemon Hotspots for one stat and two stats respectively, and the second and fourth are Trainer Hotspots for one stat and two stats respectively.
For the trainer hotspots, there are quite a few trainers who can only be battled once a day, such as: Or you can simply soft-reset for your desired trainers, much like what you do with Swarms and Trophy Garden Pokemon.
Thanks a million to wolffster25 for this tip! Oh yeah, the format I'm gonna use: Eh, it's the earliest one well, technically second earliest, after Shinxand the Machop are abundant enough so yeah.
Stantler's only available through the Pokeradar. Route North Pokemon: And Scyther's an awesome Pokemon anyway so eh. Almost anywhere with Water Pokemon: Gyarados 2Seaking 2 Levels: You'll need a Super Rod, but it's a pretty okay technique. Any water's available, but they not all of them are available in all routes. Geodude 1Onix 1 Levels: Earliest one, and Geodude are pretty common so it's pretty good. Geodude 1Rhyhorn 1Graveler 2 Levels: It's a pretty okay training spot, should you not like Iron Island.
Graveler 2Geodude 1Onix 1Steelix 2 Levels: It's still the best one, and the addition of Steelix just made it even better. Route and Stark Mountain Outside Pokemon: This is also good, but their encounter rate is pretty low something Iron Island is superior to. Torkoal is only available through the Pokeradar. Stark Mountain Inside Pokemon: Like above, but inside, and replace Skarmory with Magcargo.
They're more common now so yeah. Koffing only appear in Heatran's room, though. Earliest one, and probably really good because it's the only one you'll find. Gengar is only available if you insert any GBA cartridge. Budew 1Ralts 1Roselia 2 Levels: Budew are pretty common. Magnemite 1Magmar 2 Levels: It's okay, they're pretty common. Okay-ish, but I don't like the location. Oddish only appear at night, while Natu only appear through swarms.
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Route South Pokemon: Not that good since the last two require the Sapphire Cartridge, but at least it's versatile. The first two are found through surfing, while the last two are found in the grass, which require the Sapphire Cartridge like said.
Route Walking and Surfing Pokemon: Mime 2Tentacool 1Tentacruel 2 Levels: Kinda good coz you get to kill mimes now I guess. Tentacruel 2Mantyke 1 Levels: Tentacruel are pretty common so yeah. Route and Lake Verity Pokemon: Meh, it's the first one available, and it's pretty good for low- levelled Pokemon since they're so common. The ones with an asterisk on them aren't daily Pokemon, but rather the Pokemon that only appear for two days when you talk to Mr. Eh, not that good since there are many more Pokemon in this route.
But thoe first two are the most common, so eh. Skitty is only available through swarms. Floatzel 2Golbat 2 Levels: I've been suggested of this millions of times, but not once have I remembered to put this here.
People say this is the best simply because while surfing, those two are the only ones you'll see. I hate the place, but try it out! Fearow 2Raticate 2Spearow 1Rattata 1 Levels: I like this one. Fearow and Raticate are pretty common. Route and Route Surfing Pokemon: Poliwhirl 2 and Poliwag 1 Levels: Many users sent this, and I agree that this is a nice hotspot as those two are the only ones you'll find.
And yes, same I said for Starly. Better than the above. Shellos are abundant, which is really good. Gastrodon is only available through surfing, while Shellos is available through both tall grass and surfing. It's a cool route as they're pretty common.
Gastrodon is only available through surfing. Shellos is available through both methods. Grimer is only available through the Pokeradar. Marill 2Lickitung 2 Levels: Thanks to Carlos for pointing this out. They're two different Pokemon so it might be worth your time. Farfetch'd 1Dodrio 2 and Staraptor 3 Levels: You'll need quite a few rematches for this one. Before this rematch, though, he has two Staraptors which give 3 Attack EVs each, so yeah. Gyarados x3 2 Levels: One of many trainers with loads of Gyarados.
Luxray x2 3 Levels: In case you don't like killing Gyarados. He can only be battled in the morning, though, just like all the other joggers. Goldeen x3 1Seaking 2 Levels: In case you want lower levels.
Route South Trainer: Geodude x3 1 Levels: Geodude x3 1Onix 1 Levels: Just like the above, but with an extra Onix! Pokemon Ranger Krista Pokemon: Lairon 2Marowak 2 Levels: At least they're higher-levelled. Magneton 2Alakazam 3 Levels: A few rematches, and you'll get a pretty good trainer for Sp Atk. Shame he doesn't have two Alakazams anymore.
Golduck x2 2 Levels: At least this guy doesn't require rematches. Interviewers Roxy and Oli Pokemon: Gardevoir 3Magnezone 3 Levels: It's a double battle, and it's only once per day, but that's six free Special Attack EVs per day. I'm sorry if I misled most of you from the three Wormadam of Beauty Devon.
Route North Trainer: Lady Melissa Wanted Pokemon: Hoppip 1Bellossom 3 Unwanted Pokemon: Requires quite a few rematches, but it might be pretty much the best one here. Collector Dean Wanted Pokemon: Umbreon 2 Unwanted Pokemon: Someone told me this needed moar Eeveelutions so here you go.
Swimmer Oscar Wanted Pokemon: Mantyke 1Mantine 2 Unwanted Pokemon: Dragon Tamer Hayden Wanted Pokemon: Altaria 2 Unwanted Pokemon: And it's the only reason why this Dragon Tamer is listed and not the others with Altaria. Magikarp x6 1 Levels: