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                    Pokémon Colosseum (GameCube) (English)
                           Creation Date: 31 May 2004
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             This FAQ is dedicated to Kao Megura. He inspired many people.
                                 Rest in Peace
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Pokémon Colosseum
Type: FAQ/Walkthrough
For GameCube
This document is copyrighted 2002-2003-2004 to Joni Philips.

Keep in mind that this FAQ/Walkthrough is completely finished when I put the 
short sentence "Version Complete" on top of the FAQ and the version number is 
changed to Complete or an abbreviation of the word like "Com".

This is my 49th FAQ and I would appreciate it if you send tips and questions to 
wamd3992 [at] tiscali [dot] be or my second e-mail address fa354230 [at] skynet 
[dot] be. If you can talk Dutch by sending me a Personal Message on the forums 
of Gamed (www.gamed.nl) and Game Mania (www.gamemania.be\phpBB2). Anime fans 
can contact me at Anicom (www.anicom.org and www.anicom.org/forums) where my 
nickname is Chi Chi.

Please don't add me on MSN if you want to ask questions about the game; 
everything I know about the game is in the FAQ. You can add me if you want but 
send a little mail who you are, where you found my FAQ and things like that. My 
Microsoft Messenger Address is fa354230 [at] skynet.be.

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1- Introduction                                                          [A100]
2- FAQ                                                                   [A200]
3- Walkthrough Story Mode                                                [A300]
     3.1- Outskirt Stand                                                 [A301]
     3.2- Phenac City                                                    [A302]
     3.3- Construction Lot                                               [A303]
     3.4- Pyrite Town                                                    [A304]
     3.5- Agate Village                                                  [A305]
     3.6- Mt. Battle                                                     [A306]
     3.7- The Under                                                      [A307]
     3.8- Shadow Pokémon Lab                                             [A308]
     3.9- The Under                                                      [A309]
     3.10- Realgam Tower                                                 [A310]
     3.11- Team Snagem Hideout and Shadow Pokémon Lab                    [A311]
     3.12- The Colosseum challenges                                      [A312]
     3.13- Catching the Shadow Pokémon                                   [A313]
     3.14- Mt. Battle 100 Trainer challenge                              [A314]
4- Shadow Pokémon                                                        [A400]
     4.1- What is a Shadow Pokémon?                                      [A401]
     4.2- Shadow Pokémon locations                                       [A402]
     4.3- Purifying Shadow Pokémon                                       [A403]
     4.4- Hyper Mode                                                     [A404]
5- Battling                                                              [A500]
     5.1- Battle Screen                                                  [A501]
     5.2- Snagging Pokémon                                               [A502]
     5.3- Type Advantages                                                [A503]
     5.4- Status ailments                                                [A504]
     5.5- Pokémon Nature and Stats                                       [A505]
     5.6- Pokémon Strategy Memo                                          [A506]
     5.7- Individual and Effort Values                                   [A507]
6- Menu Screen                                                           [A600]
     6.1- Pokémon                                                        [A601]
     6.2- P*DA                                                           [A602]
     6.3- PC                                                             [A603]
7- Items                                                                 [A700]
     7.1- Items                                                          [A701]
     7.2- Pokeballs                                                      [A702]
     7.3- Key Items                                                      [A703]
     7.4- Shop List                                                      [A704]
     7.5- Berries                                                        [A705]
8- Attacks                                                               [A800]
     8.1- Regular Attacks                                                [A801]
     8.2- Technical Machines                                             [A802]
     8.3- Abilities                                                      [A803]
9- Battle Mode                                                           [A900]
     9.1- Importing Pokémon                                              [A901]
     9.2- Different Modes                                                [A902]
10- Loose Ends                                                           [B000]
     10.1- Copyright                                                     [B001]
     10.2- Contacting the Author                                         [B002]
     10.3- Environment Rant - Very Important for a FAQ this size         [B003]
     10.4- Version History                                               [B004]
     10.5- Credits                                                       [B005]
     10.6- Info about the Author                                         [B006]
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How to use the search string: Select the number next to the section title.
Right click and choose "Copy" and press Control (Ctrl) and F at the same time 
after copying the code. A box will pop up. Paste the code in the box and press
Enter. After pressing Enter a second time, you'll end up in the right section.
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1- Introduction                                                          [A100]
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Well, an incredible thing happened. I didn't care a lot about Pokémon 
Colosseum. I never played any of the Pokémon Stadium games and Sapphire got a 
bit boring. However, a couple of weeks before the launch of Pokémon Colosseum I 
started looking out for the game. It was the child in me that was looking out 
for the game. I bought it a week after the release; I even got my dad to drive 
me to the store while I normally just use the bus. I started playing and easily 
leveled up my Pokémon to incredibly high levels, I got my Pokémon to level 60 
before I fought against the third admin and I realized that many people had 
problems with the game and that there aren't many walkthroughs available that 
is why I started this thing.

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2- FAQ                                                                   [A200]
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[1] [Q]. What are those numbers like [A300] next to the title of every section?
    [A] It is the search engine of this FAQ. Press Ctrl and F. Type in the
        Search code for the section you want to visit. You should be there in
        two steps.

[2] [Q]. Does this game contain a Nintendo VIP card?
    [A] Yes, the European version contains a card with the code. The game gives
        you 250 stars. You'll get a couple of wallpapers and the like. The only
        good thing you get is access to the Premium Pokédex. You'll get a 
        Winamp Skin if you have registered Pokémon Ruby or Sapphire.

[3] [Q]. Why can't I link with Ruby and Sapphire in the story mode?
    [A] You'll have to defeat the final boss to be able to trade.

[4] [Q]. How can I get Jirachi?
    [A] It is on a bonus disk that is delivered with Pokémon Channel in Europe.
        You could also get it on a bonus disk if you preorder Pokémon in
        North America.

[5] [Q]. What is in the Pokémon Colosseum GameCube Pack?
    [A] That pack contains a Memory Card 251, a GameCube, Pokémon Colosseum,
        Pokémon Box. Pokémon Box is handy because Colosseum only has rooms for
        96 Pokémon. (There are places 90 in the boxes and 6 in your party.)

[6] [Q]. Can you get Shiny Pokémon in this game?
    [A] Yes, you can still encounter Shiny Pokémon although the chance is slim
        that you'll ever be able to get one. Shiny Pokémon don't have
        exceptional stats or special moves, they are just Shiny.

[7] [Q]. Do you know any good places to train?
    [A] I usually train my Pokémon against Cail in Pyrite Town or at Mt Battle.

[8] [Q]. How do you obtain the Ho-oh?
    [A] You have to catch all Shadow Pokémon and purify them. After that, you
        have to use the Pokémon from Story Mode to beat Mt Battle in Colosseum
        mode. After beating the last trainer, you'll get Ho-oh.

[9] [Q]. Do I have to use the Pokémon you suggest?
    [A] No, it is only a suggestion. You can use other Pokémon too but I list
        the best combination of types to play through the game.

[10] [Q]. Do you get experience for raising a Shadow Pokémon at the Day Care?
     [A] No, only regular Pokémon get experience at the Day Care0

[11] [Q]. Should I replace Thunder because it misses so much?
     [A] No, just team the Pokémon that knows Thunder up with one that knows
         Rain Dance.

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3- Walkthrough Story Mode                                                [A300]
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You start the game by selecting a name for yourself. I named him Wes and I'll 
keep referring to him as Wes. The game starts with an opening movie showing how 
Wes blows up the Team Snagem hideout and runs out of there with his trusted 
Espeon and Umbreon. A couple of moments later, the hideout explodes.

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     3.1- Outskirt Stand                                                 [A301]
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There is not much you can do in Outskirt stand. You'll see two men coming out 
of the building and starting a conversation about how well they did. They sure 
look suspicious though. Just enter the locomotive that turns out to be a café. 
There is a news bulletin on the television about the explosion in the Team 
Snagem hideout. All members of Team Snagem have left the building before the 
police came there. You don't have to talk to the people in the café. They don't 
say anything important. They can give you some information about Team Snagem 
but that is it.

Leave the train and a trainer called Willie will come after you. He wants to 
battle against you. I'd accept his offer. It isn't a difficult battle. He sends 
out two Zigzagzoon that are level 24. Your Pokémon are level 25 (Espeon) and 26 
(Umbreon). Let Espeon use 'Confusion'. It will kill a Zigzagzoon. Umbreon his 
attack will almost kill his opponent but the chance his big that it will 
survive so you'll need to attack one more time. You defeated Rider Willie. He 
tells you about Phenac City go away from the Outskirt Stand and go to Phenac 
City.

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     3.2- Phenac City                                                    [A302]
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You'll start with a battle in Phenac City. There is a scream from inside of the 
sack and the suspicious guys think you heard it, so they'll attack you. They 
have 2 Whismur, one of level 24 and one level 25. Let Espeon use Confuse on the 
level 25 to knock him out. Let Umbreon use Bite on the other one too. You won't 
kill it so you'll need to attack a second time. After that, Umbreon will reach 
level 27. They run away and leave the bag behind. Stand in front of the bag and 
press A to open the bag. A girl will come out and you'll need to give her a 
name. I'll refer to her as Rui.

Visit the Pokémon Center to heal your Pokémon. The guy at the Pokémon Center 
with his Marill doesn't want to fight right now so you'll have to come back 
later. On the right side of the village, you'll find an old guy that wants to 
battle. I suggest that you fight him to train your Pokémon. He sends out a 
Sentret (level 25) and Hoothoot (Level 25). Use Call on your Pokémon if he 
falls asleep.

Go up the stairs behind the fountain. You can visit the Pre Gym that is lead by 
Justy. If you want, you can battle his trainers. I suggest that you defeat them 
now; your level is high enough. There are four trainers in total. The first one 
uses grass types. They're around level 26-27. Just keep using the same attacks 
as in the last battles (Bite and Confusion). If you followed this FAQ, Espeon 
will rise to level 26. He uses Hoppip and Sunkern.

The second trainer specializes in Water Pokémon and uses Marill (26) and 
Surskit (27). Let Espeon and Umbreon focus their attacks on one Pokémon so that 
it'll go down in one turn instead of hurting both Pokémon. The third trainer 
will use, you should already know, fire type Pokémon. He sends out Trapinch and 
Swinub, they're not 100% fire types but they're close enough. With a bit of 
luck, these two Pokémon will both go down with a single attack.

The fourth and last trainer uses Geodude and Rhyhorn. Confusion (and other 
Psychic attacks) is very effective against Rock Pokémon. It is too bad that 
Umbreon can't do much damage to these Pokémon. After that, you'll have to talk 
to Justy and he says he'll challenge you when you have six Pokémon and he gives 
you a White Herb. Go outside for a short moment and go talk to the teacher at 
the other side of the gym when you come back in and she'll give you the 
Strategy Memo.

If you go to the right of the gym, you'll see a house. There is a kid that 
wants to fight you behind that house. He has a Wurmple and a Cascoon. He won't 
prove much of a challenge. Umbreon will reach level 28 after this fight. The 
boy will give you TM41. You can find the Phenac Colosseum behind the gym but it 
is closed for now.

It might be a good time to visit the Mayor now. He lives close by. He lives to 
the left of the gym. When you want to enter it, a mysterious guy (Nascour) will 
leave it. Talk to the mayor and Rui will explain the situation. He'll ask for a 
little time to investigate so go save at the Pokémon Center.

When you go inside of the Pokémon Stadium again, you'll be attacked by Team 
Snagem members when you come out. They make it clear that you are a traitor 
because you blew up their hideout. They tell Rui that Wes was the best Pokémon 
thief of Team Snagem. They want to steal the Snag machine from you so you'll 
have to fight to defend yourself.

The Snagem member will send out Corphish and Koffing. Use Confusion on Koffing 
and he'll faint. Espeon will rise to level 27. Rui realizes that Wes can catch 
all Shadow Pokémon to purify them. She suggests that you go buy a couple of 
Pokeballs but the shop in Phenac City doesn't sell any. You'll have to go back 
to the Outskirt Stand and talk to the owner of the bar. He still has Pokeballs. 
You must talk to the guy at the table on the second floor in the Phenac City 
shop first tough. You'll first get five Pokeballs for free but buy ten
Pokeballs after that and get a Premier Ball for free. Buy a couple of Great 
Balls too. It will save you the trip later on when you're in Pyrite Town.

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Head back to Phenac and the lady at the entrance will tell you about a couple
of scary guys, including the ones that kidnapped Rui. Save and then go to the 
Mayor's house and they'll be there. It is Mirror B and his henchmen, Mirror B 
will leave and you'll have to fight one of his henchmen. Peon Folly sends out a 
Whismur and a Lotad because he only has those two. Use Confusion against 
Whismur and Bite Lotad. Attack Lotad once more and the fight should be over.
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|                | After that Mirror B. Peon Trudly attacks you. He owns three
| Shadow Pokémon | Pokémon: Duskull, Spinarak and the Shadow Pokémon Makuhita.
|   Makuhita     | Use Confusion against Spinarak and Bite the Duskull. You
|                | can't hurt him with psychic attacks but he is weak against
|   Level 30     | Dark Attacks. In the second part of the fight, let Espeon
|________________| use Return on Makuhita and attack Duskull with Bite. Don't
                   use Confusion against Makuhita, it will kill him. Use Return 
instead. Bring his health down to the red/yellow part and use Pokeballs until 
you catch him. Go save. After that, you'll have to leave for Pyrite Town but 
all exits are blocked by Mirror B. Henchmen. Each one of them as a Gold/Silver 
Starter's second evolution. The green one has Bayleef, the red one Quilava and 
the blue one Croconaw.

I suggest going for Bayleef because with Entei and Mantine later in the game, 
you'll have good Pokémon from that kind. This walkthrough only describes the 
fight with the Bayleef trainer at the moment but the fight with the Croconaw 
and Quilava trainer are about the same. You can't steal all of them. I suggest 
you take Bayleef but if you want another one, go right ahead. The strategy 
remains the same for all the fights. The following bit is my recommendation on 
which one you have to catch.

Bayleef: There isn't any other good Grass Pokémon in this game. You don't have 
to use him a lot but he might be handy at the start against Water Pokémon. He 
can be found at the exit next to the mayor's home.

Quilava: There are a couple of Fire Pokémon in the game. Slugma is kind of slow 
and he doesn't get any faster but he is strong. Entei is the best choice for a 
Fire Pokémon but you only get him later. You don't need Quilava in my opinion. 
He is at the exit on the other side of the town.

Croconaw: This game contains a lot of strong Water Pokémon. I'd recommend 
getting Mantine in the next town. He should be immune to Earthquake which makes 
him a good benefit at some places. You can get him in Pyrite Town so you won't 
miss him. He is at the entrance you used to enter the town.
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|                | The trainer has three Pokémon: Bayleef, Grimer and Spoink.
| Shadow Pokémon | First bring down Bayleef's HP until you can catch him with
|   Bayleef      | Umbreon's Bite. Repeat that about three times. He'll use
|                | Shadow Rush too so he'll be in his red bar (unless he uses
|   Level 30     | Synthesis). Use Confusion to kill Spoink and Grimer with one
|________________| attack each. The fight is over and you can go to the
                   Construction Lot.

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     3.3- Construction Lot                                               [A303]
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There isn't a lot you can do here right now. You can only talk to the 
construction workers. Just leave as soon as you have looked around and go to 
Pyrite Town. You'll have to come back here later to pick up a missing gear.

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     3.4- Pyrite Town                                                    [A304]
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Go to Duking's house and press A when you're next to the bookshelves. A secret 
door will open. Go in and talk to the kids. Come back up and watch the little 
movie. Silva is talking to Duking about the current situation in Pyrite Town. 
Leave the building and go to the inn. It is behind Duking's place. There is a 
trainer in front of the building.

The trainer has Slakoth, Sentret, and Taillow. Use the Shadow Pokémon you 
captured in Phenac City to purify them. Go further in the town and attack the 
female chaser there. She has Golbat and Gulpin who can be killed with Espeon's 
attacks. Go to the circle with all the trainers around it.
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|                | Ledyba, Wingull and Noctowl are Rider Nover's Pokémon. Use
| Shadow Pokémon | Psychic attacks against Ledyba and use your Shadow
|   Noctowl      | Pokémon against the other two.
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|   Level 30     |
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|                | Street Performer Diogo only has two Pokémon: Flaaffy and
| Shadow Pokémon | Shroomish. Shroomish is bad against fire and Flaaffy
|   Flaaffy      | against Ground.
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|   Level 30     |
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|                | Rider Leba has Oddish, Dustox and Skiploom. If you have a
| Shadow Pokémon | Pokémon with a Fire attack, he would be very handy here.
|   Skiploom     | You can use Psychic attacks against those Pokémon too.
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|   Level 30     |
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|                | The Bandana Guy only has two Pokémon. They are Psyduck and
| Shadow Pokémon | Quagsire. Use regular attacks against them both but don't
|   Quagsire     | forget to catch Quagsire. You should make sure you have
|                | enough Balls.
|   Level 30     |
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|                | Rider Vant has Zigzagzoon, Skitty and Misdreavus. Use
| Shadow Pokémon | regular attacks against Zigzagzoon and Skitty. Withdraw
|   Misdreavus   | Espeon when Misdreavus comes out. He can hardly do damage
|                | and is very weak against Misdreavus' Shadow Ball.
|   Level 30     |
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|                | The sixth trainer is behind the circle, he is the leader of
| Shadow Pokémon | this gang. He has four Pokémon so he can be a challenge. He
|   Slugma       | has Azurill, Swablu, Igglybuff and Slugma. Azurill and
|                | Igglybuff are weak against Makuhita's Fighting attack.
|   Level 30     | Don't use Water attacks against Slugma.
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You can battle again against all those trainers after leaving Pyrite Town for 
five seconds. Advance and use the bridge. Go inside the Colosseum and talk to 
the people. They'll tell you about a trainer that won the last competition and 
has a Shadow Pokémon. It is Cail and he is waiting at the entrance.
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|                | Rogue Cail has Ralts, Seedot and Machop besides his Shadow
| Shadow Pokémon | Pokémon. Ralts is bad against Dark Pokémon and Machop can
|   Furret       | be killed with a single Psychic attack.
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|   Level 33     |
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Go to the Colosseum after the movie, a man in a White lab coat will come out
from one of the buildings. Talk with him (in and outside of the building). He 
will tell you that a piece from the Generator was stolen. Go to the 
Construction Site.

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Go to the Construction Lot. The Missing Gear is in the upper right corner. Go 
back to the room with the generator. Install the Gear again and talk to the 
people there. Go to the Colosseum now. You'll have to win the challenge to get 
access to the Shadow Pokémon building.

The first trainer uses Barboach and Sandshrew. Sandshrew is weak against 
Water/Grass attacks. Use electric against Barboach if Flaaffy is purified 
enough. The second trainer has Natu and Meditite. Use Dark Attacks against Natu 
and Psychic against Meditite. All Pokémon up until now are level 30.

The third trainer uses Electrike (30), Cacnea (31), and Vulpix (32). Cacnea is 
weak against Fire, Ground attacks are super effective against Electrike, and 
Vulpix can't stand Water. The Fourth trainer has Magnemite (31), Bagon (32), 
Goldeen (32), and Delibird (34). Use Electric attacks to fight Bagon and 
Goldeen. Use Fighting attacks against Delibird.

You'll get Toxic for winning. Go outside and talk to the Cipher Peon. He'll 
bring you to the previously locked building. One of the Peons in the building 
recognizes you. One of the trainers will attack you.
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|                | Cipher Peon Nore has Pineco, Surskit and Nincada besides
| Shadow Pokémon | his Yanma. They're around level 32. Use Psychic attacks
|   Yanma        | against Nincada.
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|   Level 30     |
|________________|

Grab the Ein File H and go to the elevator. Attack the trainer. It is a female 
chase with Phanpy and Trapinch. Use Water/Psychic against them. Go to the next 
room where a boy stands with a Taillow and a Hoothoot. Electric Attacks are 
very effective. You can use the PC and the Heal machine now.

I'm not going to give detailed instructions as it is impossible to get lost in 
this building. Use the stairs and fight a Bandana Guy with Larvitar (weak 
against Water), Carvanha, and Barboach. Use electric attacks against them. The 
next trainer has Remoraid and Magnemite. Use Electric and Ground attacks.

The next opponent has Wingull and Wooper. You can use electric attacks if 
Flaaffy is purified enough. You could also use Grass Attacks against Wooper. 
The next trainer has Electrike and Voltorb. They're both level 31. Use 
Makuhita.

Use the stairs and fight the female trainer there. She has Swablu, Doduo and 
Ledyba. Use Psychic attacks against Ledyba. If you have healed Flaaffy enough, 
you can use him against Doduo and Swablu. The next trainer has a Spheal and a 
Snorunt. Use electric attacks against Spheal and a Fire attack against Glalie 
his pre-evolution, Snorunt. You can find a Treasure chest on this floor too, 
check in every room to find chests.

Advance to find another two trainers on this floor. The first trainer has 
Horsea, Sandshrew and Oddish. Horsea can't stand electric attacks. Oddish can 
be defeated with Fire attacks so you can use Slugma/Quilava if they're 
purified. Use Espeon's Confusion against Sandshrew.

The last trainer on this floor has Cacnea and Tentacool. Use Fire attacks 
against Cacnea and electric ones against Tentacool if you can. Use the stairs 
to go to the last floor of this building. Go past the trainer and use the door 
that is a bit further. A short movie will start starring Silva.
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|                | The first trainer has Remoraid, Luvdisc and Spinarak. Use
| Shadow Pokémon | electric attacks against Luvdisc and Psychic attacks
|   Remoraid     | against Spinarak. I wouldn't try to attack Remoraid at the
|                | moment unless you have a really weak attack. If you killed
|   Level 20     | him by accident, use an untrained Plusle later. The next
|________________| trainer will attack immediately.
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|                | Mirror B Peon Ferma has Furret, Aipom, Yanma and Mantine.
| Shadow Pokémon | Use Fighting attacks against Furret and Aipom if you use
|   Mantine      | Makuhita. Use Espeon against Yanma. Mantine is good for
|                | your team, he is a strong Pokémon.
|   Level 33     |
|________________|

Pick up the Ein File and talk to Silva. Go down the stairs in the room and use 
the elevator. Pick up the Hyper Potions and heal yourself. Go up the stairs 
again and attack the trainer you passed the last time up there. It turns out 
that he is one of Mirror B's henchmen too.
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|                | The Hunter has three level 33 Pokémon. They are Goldeen,
| Shadow Pokémon | Linoone, and Qwilfish. Qwilfish and Goldeen are bad against
|   Qwilfish     | electric attacks. Use Fighting attacks against Linoone.
|                |
|   Level 33     |
|________________|

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Enter the cave after defeating the guard in front of it. Go to the right of
your television screen until you can't progress anymore. You'll find a Treasure 
Chest there that contains three ethers. Go back until you see a road that heads 
north. Go through it to reach another Treasure chest. Go back to the stairs you 
saw and battle the trainer. That trainer has an Anorith and a Lotad. Use 
Psychic
moves against Anorith and electric against Lotad.

Go down using the stairs. There is a trainer there. It is a chaser with Ralts, 
Koffing, and Shroomish as Pokémon. Use Dark Attacks against Ralts and Psychic 
against Koffing. Use Fire Pokémon to kill Shroomish. Use the next pair of
stairs to go up again. This area leads to nowhere but it has two trainers and a 
trainer chest so it is certainly worth visiting. The chest contains three Ultra 
Balls.

The first trainer has a Geodude, a Lotad, a Snorunt, and a Slakoth. Geodude can 
be killed with Psychic moves. Use Fire against Lotad and Snorunt. Slakoth is
bad against Fighting Pokémon. The other fight is a bit harder. That trainer has 
four Pokémon, they're all Lotad. You probably don't have anything that is super 
effective against him so use Electric/Fire attacks.
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|                | Go back down the stairs and head north this time. You'll
| Shadow Pokémon | encounter a trainer with a Shadow Meditite. The trainer also
|   Meditite     | has Bagon and Numel. Use Water against Numel and Ice attacks
|                | against the Dragon Pokémon Bagon.
|   Level 33     |
|________________|

Go a bit further and turn right. Battle the trainer. He has Lotad, Slakoth, and 
Whismur. Whismur and Slakoth are bad against Fighting attacks. (Makuhita) Lotad 
has no weakness that you can exploit at the moment. Fire/Electric attacks do 
normal damage. You can get a Full Heal from the Treasure Chest after the fight. 
Go back to the stairs and go down. Walk to the west and you'll encounter a 
female trainer.
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|                | This trainer has Dunsparce, Mareep, and Cacnea. Use Fire to
| Shadow Pokémon | defeat Cacnea and use Ground/Fighting attacks against Mareep
|   Dunsparce    | so that only Dunsparce remains. Try to weaken him with Dark
|                | attacks.
|   Level 33     |
|________________|

Advance and you'll finally find a PC to save. You can heal your Pokémon so you 
won't have to go outside. Use the stairs. There is a trainer immediately after 
the stairs. He has Lotad and Lombre. Lotad and Lombre have no weakness that you 
can exploit at the moment. Fight the trainer next to the stairs.
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|                | Hunter Zalo uses Lotad, Lombre, Beldum, and Swablu. Use
| Shadow Pokémon | regular attacks against Lotad and Lombre. Don't use Water
|   Swablu       | attacks. Beldum is weak against Fire and Dark. Swablu is bad
|                | against Ice Attacks but you don't have those. Don't be
|   Level 33     | afraid of killing him with one hit.
|________________|

Ignore the stairs and go to the right. The trainer you see has Pineco, Shuppet, 
and Koffing. Use Psychic against Koffing and Dark against Shuppet. Use Fire 
against Pineco. Go to the south where you should find another item. Go back to 
the last staircase you saw. It will lead you to many treasure chests.

Go to the left and defeat the trainer with the two Zigzagzoon and Linoone. 
Anything should kill them. You don't need a strategy here. After beating him, 
you'll reach the chests containing Zinc, Protein, Carbos, and Iron. Go back to 
the stairs. If you want, you can go to the north there and battle two more 
trainers. You won't get anything for it though.

The first of those trainers uses Natu, Tentacool, and Teddiursa. Use Dark 
Attacks against Natu, Fighting against Teddiursa and Electric/Grass against 
Tentacool. Spheal (34), Lileep (32), and Dustox (33) are the Pokémon of the 
first trainer. Electric Attacks work great against Spheal. Lileep and Dustox 
should be defeated with Fire attacks. Use the stairs again and head back to the 
staircase you didn't use yet. Follow the path and you'll eventually find Cipher 
Admin Mirror B.
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|                | Mirror B is the first Cipher Admin that is going to fall. He
| Shadow Pokémon | has four Ludicolo and a Sudowoodo. Sudowoodo is a Shadow
|   Sudowoodo    | Pokémon. Ludicolo is a Grass/Water type so there aren't many
|                | super effective attacks. Your best bet is to use Fire and
|   Level 35     | Electric moves.
|________________|

Get the Ein File that is lying on the ground. Don't forget the TM. Go to the 
next room. Open the chest that contains the Macho Brace and talk to Plusle. 
Duking will come in and give you Plusle. Go to the Police Office and take the 
Jail Key from the table. Release the prisoners and grab the TM at the table. It 
contains Thief.

Go to the Fortune Teller after beating Mirror B. She will suggest that you go 
and visit Agate Village. You can now go there. You can also battle against 
everyone again. You should try to level up against Cail and battle the trainers 
at the square to purify your Pokémon.

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     3.5- Agate Village                                                  [A305]
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Walk around the town. There are many Treasure Chests. You can find an old man 
with his Taillow. He'll give you a Berry every day. There is also a Treasure 
chest with an Exp. Share item. You have to go behind one of the houses to reach 
it. If you go down the hill at the Pokémon Center and follow the path at the 
front of the screen, you'll find Quick Claw in a chest.

Go to the house with the tree on the top. It is Eagun and Beluh's home. If you 
go in, Rui will start talking to them and they're relieved to see their 
granddaughter is all right. She introduces you to them. A man will come barging 
in and saying that someone is in Relic Forest. Eagun goes there and you have to 
go and help him.

Go to the Pokémon Center and head down the hill there. Enter the cave and you 
will have to fight Cipher Peon Doven. She has two Water Pokémon so I hope that 
your Flaaffy has been trained so that he has an electric attack. If he has, 
taking down Spheal and Carvanha will be easy. Otherwise, you should use Bayleef 
if you chose him in Phenac City.

Cipher peon Silton is the next opponent. He has Cacnea and Shroomish. Fire 
attacks like that of Slugma are effective. You can use Espeon's Confusion to 
attack the other Pokémon.

Proceed a little further and another Peon will appear. This one will drop from 
the ceiling. This one has three level 35 Pokémon: Ralts, Kirlia, and Baltoy.
Use Water attacks against Baltoy. You can also use Dark Attacks against all of 
them. Don't use Psychic attacks because they aren't effective.

Go save now because an important fight will follow. If you go further, you'll 
see that Eagun is fighting a Cipher Peon. He has his Level 50 Pikachu and the 
opponent uses a Shadow Hitmontop that is level 38. With only two attacks, 
Pikachu is defeated.
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|                | This Cipher Peon has four Pokémon Geodude (38), Wynaut (37),
| Shadow Pokémon | Clamperl (38) and Hitmontop (38). Use Psychic/Water attacks
|   Hitmontop    | against Geodude. Clamperl is weak against electric attacks
|                | so bring along Flaaffy. Wynaut can be killed quickly with
|   Level 38     | Dark attacks. Don't use Psychic attacks against Hitmontop
|________________| but use Umbreon's attacks to bring his HP down. Umbreon
                   doesn't have moves that will do a lot of damage against 
Hitmontop.

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
After winning against the Cipher Peon Skrub, you'll be returned to Eagun's 
House. Rui's grandmother goes upstairs; she is searching for the Small Tablet. 
You have to visit one of Eagun's friends; he lives in the neighborhood of the 
Pokemart. After having a chat with him, you'll have to go back to Eagun. They 
found the Small Tablet. You should go to the Relic Stone where you fought the 
Cipher Peon. You'll receive a mail that there is trouble on Mt. Battle when you 
leave Eagun's house. You shouldn't go there yet.

Go back to the Relic Stone and pick up the Ein File C. The C stands for Celebi. 
You can use the Relic Stone from now on to purify Shadow Pokémon. You have to 
unlock the final lock here. It will receive all of his experience points, a 
ribbon, and its old attack instead of Shadow Rush. It might even evolve. You 
should go back to Pyrite Town and purify your Pokémon there.

There is a trainer outside of the Agate Pokémon Center too. He has three 
Pokémon. He has Swellow, Rhyhorn, and Sunflora. Use a Psychic attack against 
Rhyhorn and an electric attack against Swellow. If you trained Slugma, use it 
against Sunflora. Go down the hill at the Daycare and get the Cologne Case from 
the woman. She has two Cologne Cases so she is happy to give you one.

There is a Pokémon trainer in front of the Pokemart too. He has a Machop, a 
Seedot, and a Furret. Use a Psychic move against Machop and a Fire attack 
against Seedot. Use regular attacks against Furret. You don't have anything 
useful against him at the moment.

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     3.6- Mt. Battle                                                     [A306]
===============================================================================

There are people outside telling you about Mt. Battle. They might want to fight 
you later but just go inside for now. Make sure you are healed, and then 
continue through the big door. You'll have to fight ten trainers there. You can 
save and heal yourself between fights.

The first trainer uses three Pokémon that are weak against Water so I hope your 
Mantine is trained. He has Numel, Trapinch and Sandshrew. The second trainer 
uses a Swinub, a Baltoy and a Pupitar. They're all weak against Water Pokémon. 
You can also use Fire against the icy Swinub. The third trainer's entire team 
can be killed with attacks like Surf.

Rider Riden has Pineco, Baltoy, Graveler and Houndour. Hunter Telia has two 
Trapinch, a Barboach, and a Lileep. Trapinch and Lileep are Ground Pokémon so 
use Water attacks. Barboach is weak against Electricity. Street Performer has 
Cacnea, Spinda, and Kadabra. Hunter Weeg has Sandslash, Graveler and Vibrava. 
They're all weak against Water attacks.

Cipher Peon Kison has two Pokémon that are weak against Dark Pokémon, Duskull, 
and Kirlia. Use Psychic moves against Koffing. You don't have anything
effective against Houndour right now. Cipher Peon Perin is also weak against 
Water attacks just like the first three. You can also use Leaf attacks if you 
want.
 ________________
|                | Cipher Admin Dakim is the second Cipher Admin that is going
| Shadow Pokémon | to be defeated. This is a very troublesome fight. Dakim has
|   Entei        | four Pokémon that can use Earthquake. The Shadow Pokémon,
|                | the legendary dog Entei, is weak against Earthquake so you
|   Level 40     | will want to kill the other Pokémon s quickly as possible.
|________________| Entei is weak against fire and ground attacks so you might
                   refrain from using those attacks. His first four Pokémon use 
Protect too so there will always be one Pokémon protected. Concentrate your 
attacks on the other one. (A Pokémon won't use Protect two times in a row.) 
Metang is weak against Dark Attacks. Camerupt is bad against Water attacks just 
like Golem. Use Leaf attacks against Swampert. Don't try to use an electrical 
Pokémon, he wouldn't last very long.

Pick up the F-Disk that is located there. Vander will also give you the Time 
Flute which can cure Pokémon in one go. You can now choose between continuing 
your journey and leveling up at Mt. Battle. I decided to do the latter option.

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     3.7- The Under                                                      [A307]
===============================================================================

If you want to continue, you should go back to Agate Village and talk to Eagun. 
Give him your PDA number. Talk to the old man in Agate Village too. You'll 
unlock the Shadow Pokémon lab. Go there and you'll get a mail. Return to Pyrite 
Town. Go to the Police office and talk to the prisoners. Grab the key.

Go to the house where you went after winning the Colosseum battle and go in the 
elevator. If you want to train, you can fight all trainers again. When you walk 
to the left, you'll see Venus on the television. You can walk around freely 
after that. There aren't any trainers there at the moment.

Go to the Inn, take the stairs, and save at the PC there. Go outside and follow 
the road until you talk to a guy that says stuff as been disappearing. Go 
downstairs and the kid there asks you to deliver a piece to his friends. Go to 
the square in the middle of The Under and go to the left of your screen. Talk 
with the kids there and go inside. Do a little more talking. They'll ask for 
your PDA number when you want to leave. After that, you'll find out they 
captured the spy. Go to the elevator and you'll see they caught Silva.
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|                | Your first opponent is Cipher Peon Kloak. He has a Shadow
| Shadow Pokémon | Pokémon, it is a Ledian. Her two other Pokémon are Spinarak
|   Ledian       | and Volbeat. They're both weak against Psychic and Fire
|                | attacks. Use Dark attacks against Ledian to weaken it. Bring
|   Level 40     | a weak Pokémon if you decided to train at Mt. Battle like I
|________________| did. Another Cipher Peon attacks you immediately. That
                   trainer has Illumise, Ariados, and Gloom. They're all bad 
against Fire Pokémon but you can also use Psychic attacks against Illumise and 
Ariados because they're bug Pokémon.

Talk to Silva, he will give you the R-Disk. To talk to Silva, you need to go to 
the side of the prison. Head back to the Town Square where you can find a 
machine. Talk to the machine and enter the R-Disk. If you use the F-Disk, you 
can heal your Pokémon at the Colosseum. You can also save there. Go inside the 
dome after using the R-Disk and open the treasure chest with the three Rare 
Candies, which is one of the rooms.
 ________________
|                | Talk to Venus. She has one level 40, Suicune. Her Vileplume
| Shadow Pokémon | is level 44. Her three other Pokémon are level 45. They are
|   Suicune      | a Steelix, a Banette and a Delcatty. Use Fighting moves
|                | against Delcatty. Don't bring a fighting Pokémon out when
|   Level 40     | Banette is on the field. Banette can be killed by using Dark
|________________| attacks. Steelix and Vileplume are weak against fire moves.
                   Don't use electric and plant Pokémon when you're weakening 
Suicune, he is very vulnerable against them. Don't forget the Ein File F and 
some treasure chests you couldn't grab without drawing Venus' attention.

Go heal your Pokémon and come back. Use the stairs. Use the right exit instead 
of the one Venus uses. Follow the stairs and you'll encounter four trainers. 
They each have a Shadow Pokémon. You'll find three chests while you're doing 
this. You get 2 Timer Balls, 4 Ultra Balls and 2 Max Potions.
 ________________
|                | The first trainer uses Shroomish (35), Jigglypuff (38),
| Shadow Pokémon | Teddiursa (37), and Gligar (43). Teddiursa and Jigglypuff
|   Gligar       | are bad against Fighting Pokémon. Shroomish is bad against
|                | Fire Pokémon. Don't use Psychic/Fire Pokémon against Gligar.
|   Level 43     | Dark Attacks don't hurt him a lot so that might be the best
|________________| to lower his health.
 ________________
|                | The second trainer has Kirlia (37), Roselia (38), Gloom (38)
| Shadow Pokémon | and Stantler (43). Kirlia can be killed with Dark Attacks.
|   Stantler     | The two other regular Pokémon are weak against Fire Pokémon.
|                | Don't do too much damage to Stantler. He has two moves that
|   Level 43     | do him damage too.
|________________|
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|                | The third trainer owns Octillery (38), Masquerain (39),
| Shadow Pokémon | Dunsparce (39), and Piloswine (43). Masquerain is weak
|   Piloswine    | against Fire attacks, Dunsparce against Water and
|                | Octillery against Electric attacks. Use Water attacks to
|   Level 43     | weaken Piloswine.
|________________|
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|                | The fourth trainer sends out Seviper (40), Loudred (41),
| Shadow Pokémon | Corsola (41), and Sneasel (43). Use Plant attacks against
|   Sneasel      | Corsola and fire against Seviper. Loudred and Sneasel can't
|                | stand Fighting attacks.
|   Level 43     |
|________________|

Look at Venus talking with a couple of henchmen. She flees into the train. You 
have to follow her in there. There is a chest with Blackglasses around here, 
make sure you get it before leaving. Keep following them and pick up the Subway 
Key. Talk to the guys that you find there. You'll also find the U Disk in the 
neighborhood, use that to pick up a Time Flute. They are guarding an entrance 
to the lab. It is too bad that they blew it up. Luckily, they forget their key. 
Take the key and go to the Shadow Pokémon Lab.

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     3.8- Shadow Pokémon Lab                                             [A308]
===============================================================================

Go to the back of the Shadow Pokémon Lab at the right side to find a treasure 
chest with a couple of Revives. Stay as close as possible to the fence because 
if you walk too much on the sand, you'll leave the area. Go back to the
entrance and use the Main Gate Key. Take the entrance on the right side. Go 
right inside and press A when you're next to the computers. Leave the building 
and go to entrance on the left. Inside you'll find a PC and a treasure chest.

Use the stairs. Battle the Researcher. He has two Pokémon; both are Voltorb at 
level 38. Use Fighting/Ground Pokémon. Pick up the Card Key and go downstairs. 
You'll eventually find another Treasure Chest. Go outside again and use the 
second entrance of the Shadow Pokémon Lab.

Go straight ahead and use the elevator. Go the left side of your television 
screen. Go to the elevator and when you get there, a Cipher Peon will drop down 
from the ceiling.
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|                | He has Furret (37), Remoraid (39), Castform (41) and Aipom
| Shadow Pokémon | (43). Castform is a type changer. Depending on the weather,
|   Aipom        | he will change type. He'll usually start with Sunny Day and
|                | become a Fire Pokémon. Remoraid is a Water Pokémon. Furret
|   Level 43     | is weak against Fighting Pokémon. Aipom won't be too
|________________| difficult to catch.

You might find a DNA Sample here. The locations are random, this is
Location #1. Use the elevator. You'll arrive in a room with a Researcher and 
possibly a DNA Sample. This is Location #2. The trainer has an Electrode (39), 
Magneton (39) and Magnemite (38). They're all weak against Ground Pokémon.
Watch out for Electrode's Suicide attack.

Use the stairs and go up a floor. There is another researcher present there. 
This researches has the same Pokémon as the previous but all his Pokémon are
one level stronger. Just use Ground moves again. Pick up the Downstairs Key, 
you'll need it later. Head back to where you went left, this time you'll have
to go straight ahead.

There is another researcher in there, the place is crawling with them but 
luckily they don't use Shadow Pokémon. He has Chinchou (38), Magnemite (39) and 
Electrike (39). They're weak against Ground Pokémon. Use the Downstairs Key at 
the door.
 ________________
|                | Another Cipher Peon will drop down from the ceiling once
| Shadow Pokémon | you go through the door. He has two Dark Pokémon (Houndour)
|   Murkrow      | and the Shadow Murkrow. Nuzleaf is a Plant type and
|                | Carvanha is a water Pokémon. Use Fighting attacks against
|   Level 43     | Houndour and use Dark moves to weaken Murkrow. All his
|________________| Pokémon are level 38.

Go further and take the hallway to the left. You may find a DNA Sample in one
of the rooms, it is Location #3 and Location #4. It is possible to find two 
samples there. Go back to where you turned and go towards the television 
screen. Turn left and walk until another Peon drops from the ceiling.
 ________________
|                | Vana has four Pokémon. The regular Pokémon are at level 40.
| Shadow Pokémon | The Pokémon are Pupitar, Swablu and Zubat. Forretress is a
|   Forretress   | Shadow Pokémon. Pupitar is weak against Water, Swablu is
|                | bad against Electric and Ice Pokémon. Zubat can be killed
|   Level 43     | by using Psychic attacks. Use the elevator and a trainer
|________________| will attack you when you turn left or right.
 ________________
|                | Cipher Peon Lesar uses three Pokémon. He has Rhyhorn,
| Shadow Pokémon | Grovyle and Ariados. Rhyhorn is weak against Psychic/Water
|   Ariados      | attacks. Grovyle is weak against Fire. Use Dark Attacks to
|                | lower Ariados' HP.
|   Level 43     |
|________________|

Go to the left. DNA Sample Location #5 and Location #6 are in that room. Go to 
the right. Go up at the end of the hallway. You'll find a Full Restore there.
Go back to the previous crossroads. Go up until you reach a room with a trainer 
and possibly a DNA Sample. Location #7 and Location #8 are in this room. The 
Researcher in the room uses two Electrode. He is weak against Ground Pokémon.
Go back until there is a road heading to the right. Another trainer will
appear.
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|                | Cipher Peon Tanie uses Linoone, Vigoroth and Granbull. They
| Shadow Pokémon | are easily defeated with Fighting moves. Don't use Fighting
|   Granbull     | moves against Granbull, you have to catch him. He is hard
|                | to catch.
|   Level 43     |
|________________|

Location #9 of the DNA samples is next to the elevators. Head through the
second elevator. Use the DNA analyzer to analyze your DNA Samples. It is 
different for all games so remember your combination. There are 504 
possibilities. Use the elevator again and use the other one.

You'll encounter another Researcher there. He has a Magneton that is level 40 
and two level 42 Pokémon, they are Ampharos and Electrode. Use Ground moves 
again like those of Sudowoodo. He'll turn on the alarm but you can ignore it. 
You can still leave the building easily.
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|                | Cipher Peon Remil uses Kadabra, Kecleon, Swellow and
| Shadow Pokémon | Vibrava. Kecleon is a type changer so your attack will
|   Ledian       | depend on your last attack. Swellow is weak against
|                | electric attacks and Kadabra against Dark Attacks.
|   Level 43     |
|________________|

Use the panel on the right and enter your DNA Samples. Another Cipher Peon will 
attack you. It has Graveler, Clamperl, Wobbuffet, and Medicham. Medicham and 
Graveler are weak against Psychic attacks. Clamperl is a water Pokémon so use 
electric attacks. Use Dark Attacks against Wobbuffet. Go downstairs and
talk to the fourth Cipher Admin. Prepare to get the third legendary Pokémon.
 ________________
|                | Ein uses Lanturn and Huntail who both have a weakness
| Shadow Pokémon | against Grass attacks. Huntail will often use Rain Dance
|   Raikou       | so that Lanturn's attacks will always hit. His other
|                | Pokémon are Altaria, Golbat and Raikou. Altaria is weak
|   Level 40     | against Ice attacks. Use Psychic Pokémon against Golbat.
|________________| Pick up the Data Desk, HP Up and TM26. Leave the building
                   using the elevator and go to the kids in The Under.

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     3.9- The Under                                                      [A309]
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You'll have to give the Data Disk you found in the Shadow Pokémon lab, the one 
Ein dropped, to Nett in The Under. He'll study it but he can't decipher the 
disk. You'll have to go to Realgam tower first while he is examining it.

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     3.10- Realgam Tower                                                 [A310]
===============================================================================

When you get out of The Under, the men will have finished at the Construction 
site and the Realgam Tower has been built. In Realgam tower, you'll have to 
battle against all Cipher Admins. This is the perfect chance for when you need 
to catch one of their Shadow Pokémon again. I hope you caught them all already 
because they're very useful and I try to use them. However, when I say, Use 
Entei, you can use any strong Fire Pokémon that you want.

Go through the left door. The first trainer on the list is Mirror B. He still 
uses two Ludicolo but they are a bit stronger now, they're around level 45.
He also uses a Golduck (Level 45). If your Fire Pokémon has a strong defense, 
you can use it right away. If it is weak, I'd suggest taking out Golduck with 
other Pokémon first. He can do serious damage with Surf. His fourth Pokémon is 
a Loudred of Level 46. He frequently uses Earthquake but with that attack, he
also hurts Ludicolo. His last Pokémon is a level 43 Armaldo. Use Water attacks 
to take them out. You'll get a Red ID Card. He won't have the Armaldo if you 
still need to catch Sudowoodo.

Now take the door to the right in the starting hall. This path will lead you to 
Dakim. He hasn't changed much either. He also has five Pokémon. Whiscash (46), 
Forretress (45), Flygon (46), Claydol (46) and Houndoom (47).

His Pokémon will keep switching between who uses protect. If the first one uses 
Protect, the second one will use it the next turn. Use electric attacks against 
the Whiscash and a fire attack against Forretress. Flygon is a Ground/Dragon 
Pokémon so Water/Ice attacks will take him down quickly. Take out Claydol with 
Fire and Houndoom with Water attacks. Don't try to use Psychic Pokémon like 
Espeon in this fight. Dakim is one of the few trainers that use Hyper Potions 
during the game. I hardly use them either. He'll give you the Green ID Badge.

Go back to the starting hall and use the door behind the fountain to go a room 
with a PC. But first you'll have to defeat a trainer with a Dustox (Use fire 
attacks), Grimer (Psychic) and a Seviper (Fire). The trainer, who was first 
disguised as an old man, isn't hard to beat. He is a pushover. Continue down
the road and keep going until you reach a chamber where two guards each stand 
before a door. Challenge them both.

 ________________
|                | The purple one uses a Jumpluff that can be easily taken down
| Shadow Pokémon | with Flamethrower. Her Gloom is easy too, just use a Fire
|  Sunflora      | attack. Use Bite once on Sunflora, he is the Shadow Pokémon.
|                | Handle him with care. Use Umbreon's bite (even at level 65,
|  Level 45      | he didn't even get rid of half Sunflora's bar). Or use a
|________________| low level Pokémon. You defeated Cipher Peon Baila.

 ________________
|                | The other trainer, Cipher Peon Arton also has a Shadow
| Shadow Pokémon | Pokémon, Delibird. He also uses a regular Piloswine and
|   Delibird     | Glalie. Use Fire against those two and let a weak Pokémon
|                | of around level 40 attack Delibird. You might use one of
|   Level 45     | your non-purified Shadow Pokémon. That Delibird was harder
|________________| to catch than the three Legendary Beasts in my game.

You'll find Venus behind the door the purple Peon was guarding. She thinks she 
can defeat you. She uses a Bellossom (47), Misdreavus (47), Raichu (48), 
Wigglytuff (48) and Milotic (48). Attack Bellossom with a fire attack, any Fire 
Pokémon can take him down quickly. Dark moves are very effective against 
Misdreavus so you should use Bite. It is a very common attack but does a lot of 
damage. Just use your strongest attacks to defeat Raichu and Wigglytuff but 
watch out for Raichu's Static. Take your fire Pokémon out of the fight when 
Milotic comes in because he knows Surf. Bring in an Electric Pokémon that is 
purified if you have one. Otherwise, you can use Psychic attacks. Her Pokémon 
will cause a lot of status ailments so you should have a couple of full heals 
ready for during or after the fight. She'll give you the Blue ID badge.

Take the door behind the blue person and go to the next room. There you'll see 
four card slots: a red, a green, a blue, and a yellow one. Enter the three ID 
cards you currently have and go ahead through the other door that is open. 
You'll have to get the Yellow ID card before you can open the big door. You'll 
have to defeat Ein to get that one.

He has five Pokémon too. He has Manectric (50), Starmie (49), Rhydon (50), 
Pelipper (49) and Crobat (48). Use Fire attacks on Manectric and use an 
Electric Pokémon against Starmie to take it out quickly. You can use Dark 
Attacks to
take him out too. Don't use Psychic attacks; they aren't very effective against 
him. Take out Rhydon with Psychic but watch out, he might use Protect. Use the 
same strategy for Pelipper as you used for Starmie and take out Crobat with 
Psychic. You'll only need three Pokémon to win this fight. He'll give you the 
yellow ID card.

You'll receive a mail when leaving the chamber from Eagun, Rui's grandpa but it 
seems he has forgotten to end his mail. It ends in the middle of a sentence. 
Head back to the room with the four card slots and enter the yellow one. A 
trainer drops from the ceiling and attacks you.
 ________________
|                | Dioge is one of the four trainers with a Shadow Pokémon in
| Shadow Pokémon | Realgam Tower but first he sends out Masquerain (42) and
|   Heracross    | Ariados (41). You can use Psychic or Fire attacks against
|                | Ariados. They're both super effective. The same goes for
|   Level 45     | Masquerain. Bring out a weaker Pokémon to attack Heracross.
|________________| Try to catch him with a Net Ball, it is very effective on
                   Bug Pokémon.

If you go to Eagun in Agate Village and talk to him about the mail, he'll give 
you the Master Ball. That is a Pokeball with a 100% catch rate. Save it for a 
very hard Pokémon. You can even save it for another Pokémon game 
(Ruby/Sapphire/Fire Red/Leaf Green).

Go save and heal your Pokémon before you enter the 'Final Dome'. When you enter 
there, you'll get a mail from Nett telling you he has found the data for 29 
Shadow Pokémon. He'll mail back when he finds more. In the Final Dome, you'll 
have to defeat eight trainers.

The one at the entrance sends out Nuzleaf and Graveler. Use Fire on Nuzleaf and 
Psychic on Graveler. They use the Protect game too. Graveler starts with
protect so you should focus your first attack on Nuzleaf only. Attack Graveler 
the second turn. Hariyama, another fighting Pokémon, is his third choice. He is 
weak against Psychic Attacks too. Lombre is the last Pokémon and can be taken 
out with a Fire Attack.

The second trainer is sitting behind the desk. He uses Lairon, Mawile and 
Metang. Use Dark attacks against Mawile and a Flamethrower against Lairon. 
Attack Metang with a Dark Move too. Don' use a Psychic Pokémon here. The third 
trainer is waiting behind the door on the right. He uses Wigglytuff and
Loudred. Take them out with regular attacks. They aren't very strong.

You'll find a fourth trainer in the room where the Bodybuilder came out. She 
uses four Pokémon. She sends out a Chimecho and a Swalot. Swalot can be taken 
out with a single Psychic move and use a strong attack on the other Pokémon. 
He'll send out Noctowl and Cradily after that. Use Fire on Cradily and Psychic 
on Noctowl.

Leave that room and go to the door on the left. IF you enter, you'll see it is
a casino with all kind of slots. Talk to the purple guy next to the slots. He 
will want to fight you. He has four Pokémon, namely Machoke, Magneton, Swellow 
and Ninetales. You'll want to have a Psychic Pokémon ready for Machoke. You'll 
need a Pokémon with Fighting or Rock moves to take down Magneton. Swellow is a 
flying Pokémon so you an ice Pokémon or an Electric type. If you chose the Ice 
Pokémon, you can use him to defeat Ninetales too. Otherwise, bring out a water 
Pokémon.

The second guy in the casino wants to fight too. Rider Kevel sends out Quagsire 
and Sandslash, his third Pokémon is Donphan. Use Water against Sandslash and 
regular attacks against Quagsire. If Sandslash and Donphan are at the same 
moment, you should use Surf.

In the casino corner of the Final Dome, you'll encounter Verde or the guy you 
defeated when leaving Phenac City. He'll fight you but he only has two Pokémon. 
Muk can be easily taken down with a Psychic Attack. You'll have to use a Dark 
Attack on Grumpig.

Defeat the trainer that is standing close to the left door. She is wearing some 
kind of fairy costume. Qwilfish, Octillery, Seadra and Feraligatr. You'll have 
to use many electric attacks to end this fight quickly. Let your other Pokémon 
use strong attacks to attack, you can choose which type as long as you don't
use plant attacks. Go talk to the men in black before the stairs after you 
saved. It is Silva.

He'll let you enter the elevator and you'll reach Nascour. He'll leave after 
your little chat and you have to follow him. Go to the elevator and the Team 
Snagem boss will come out, he is named Gonzap. He tells you that they got the 
Snag machines from Cipher and Cipher is actually controlling Team Snagem. After 
that, Gonzap attacks you.
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|                | Gonzap has five Pokémon. Crawdaunt (52), Shiftry (53),
| Shadow Pokémon | Pinsir (52), Hariyama (53) and Skarmory (47).
|  Skarmory      | You can take out Shiftry with a Fire attack and Crawdaunt
|                | with an electric attack. Don't use Psychic attacks on him.
|  Level 47      | Use fire on Pinsir too. Hariyama is weak to Psychic attacks.
|________________| Bring out a weak Pokémon to battle Skarmory. Skarmory is
                   very hard to catch. Hitmontop's Rapid Spin is perfect to do 
tiny bits of damage to Skarmory. Keep him alive at all costs. Skarmory will use 
Steel Wing instead of Shadow Rush when he is out. (I'm using a level 56 
Hitmontop by the way, he really doesn't do much damage.) If Ultra Balls don't 
work, try a Great Ball or a Timer Ball.

Use the elevator behind Gonzap to enter the Tower Colosseum. You'll have to
beat a couple of trainers with Shadow Pokémon to 'repay' your debts. I hope you 
brought along enough Pokeballs.
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|                | Your first opponent is Bodybuilder Jomas. He has a Porygon2
| Shadow Pokémon | (45), a Zangoose (45) and Miltank (48). Take out the first
|  Miltank       | two with your strong Fighting moves. Use Bite on Miltank, it
|                | took my level 66 Umbreon two attacks to bring it in the red.
|  Level 48      | Just use an Ultra ball after that and pray that it doesn't
|________________| use Shadow Rush. If you use Leer, she seems to respond with
                   Defence Curl.
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|                | Your Pokémon aren't healed between fights so this can be
| Shadow Pokémon | hard. Rider Delan is the second trainer and he also has
|  Absol         | three Pokémon. Take out Sharpedo (47) with an electric
|                | attack and Fighting attacks against Mightyena (46). Use a
|  Level 48      | weak Pokémon to attack Absol now or use Surf. It doesn't do
|________________| much damage but it will do the job.
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|                | Cipher Peon Nella is the next trainer. She uses Houndoom,
| Shadow Pokémon | Torkoal (47) and Magcargo (46). Heal your Pokémon if needed.
|   Houndoom     | Use a water attack against Torkoal that doesn't hurt
|                | Houndoom who can't stand water. You should try to catch
|   Level 48     | Houndoom as fast as possible so that you can use Surf when
|________________| he is gone. It should kill both Torkoal and Magcargo.
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|                | The fourth trainer is another Cipher Peon, namely Ston. He
| Shadow Pokémon | has Tropius, Cradily (48), Vileplume (48) and Cacturne.
|   Tropius      | Don't be afraid to use fire attacks to take down Cradily,
|                | Vileplume and Cacturne. If you don't have your Fire Pokémon
|   Level 49     | anymore, use Psychic attacks except against Cacturne. Use
|________________| Water attacks against Tropius.
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|                | The next battle is against Nascour himself. He wants to
| Shadow Pokémon | humiliate you before everyone. Luckily, everyone is healed
|  Metagross     | when you start this fight. He has six Pokémon. He has
|                | Gardevoir (55), Walrein (56), Dusclops (55), Blaziken (54),
|   Level 50     | Xatu (54) and finally Metagross, the Shadow Pokémon. He will
|________________| become your 41st Shadow Pokémon in this game. Use Dark
                   attacks against Gardevoir but no psychic once. You can kill 
Walrein quickly with an electric attack. Use water against Blaziken and Psychic 
against Dusclops. Xatu is psychic so he can easily be hurt with Bite. You can
use Surf on Metagross. I caught him with a Pokeball.
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|                | Despite looking like the head of Cipher, Nascour isn't the
| Shadow Pokémon | final boss. You still have to beat Evice. He might look like
|  Tyranitar     | someone regular but the mayor of Phenac, Es Cade is actually
|                | the leader of Cipher. That is why Mirror B and Nascour were
|   Level 55     | visiting him. He has the strongest Pokémon of them all for
|________________| now. After beating him, the credits will roll and you can
                   trade Pokémon with the other Pokémon games. The game isn't 
over though. Evice has six Pokémon namely Slaking (60), Scizor (60), Salamence 
(60), Machamp (60), Slowking (61) and Tyranitar (55).

Scizor can be defeated with a Flamethrower. For Slaking, you'll need to use 
regular attacks like Bite, Surf or Flamethrower or fighting moves. Machamp can 
be taken out with Psychic. Slowking can be hurt with Dark moves like Bite. 
Salamence may look like a Fire Pokémon but he isn't. Water and Fire aren't 
effective against him. He took himself out with Double Edge in my game. You 
should use Ice moves. Make sure Slaking and Slowking are never out at the same 
moment, they could use Skill Swap at that moment. When Tyranitar enters the 
battlefield, he will cause a sandstorm that will hurt your and his Pokémon.
Bite and Return don't do much damage to Tyranitar so they're perfect to attack. 
I used the Master Ball to catch him.

Evice uses many items like X Attack and Full Restore so watch out. If you lose 
to him and come back, he'll laugh at you. However, he'll be disappointed when 
even is Ultimate Shadow Pokémon loses to you. Just watch the credits roll by at 
the end and continue on your voyage. Evice gets arrested by Duking and the 
police and Eagun enters the battlefield. Evice tries to escape but his 
helicopter is taken down by a fireball. It appears to be Ho-Oh that stopped him 
from escaping. Moltres is cooler though.

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     3.11- Team Snagem Hideout and Shadow Pokémon Lab                    [A311]
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>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
You'll get a mail from Nett telling you your P*DA on Shadow Pokémon will 
automatically be upgraded from now on. When you go outside, you'll receive 
another mail telling you to visit Secc in Pyrite Town. Go to the basement in 
Duking's House. She tells you that Cail recently battled a trainer with a weird 
Pokémon.

Talk to Cail at the entrance of Pyrite Town. You'll have to battle him to get 
information about the Team Snagem Hideout. You can reach it after beating him. 
He now has high level Pokémon. He has Granbull (56), Gardevoir (57), Shiftry 
(58) and Machamp (57). Use Dark Attacks against Gardevoir and Psychic ones 
against Granbull. Use fire against Shiftry and Psychic against Machamp. After 
this match, he'll switch back to his level 40 Pokémon.

The Team Snagem Hideout is just above Outskirt stand. When you enter, you'll 
receive a mail telling you the name of the trainer that used that Shadow 
Pokémon. The name depends on which Pokémon you chose in Phenac. Walk to the end 
of the chamber. Open the treasure chest on the right with the Max Elixir. Go 
back and enter the room with the PC. Save and continue through the next door. 
Some of the trainers here might still have Shadow Pokémon that you didn't catch 
but I won't mention those Pokémon. I'll only mention the Shadow Pokémon that 
couldnÂ’t be caught earlier.

Nore will drop from the ceiling in the next room. He'll attack you again. He 
sends out Ninjask (55), Beautifly (54), Forretress (51) and Masquerain (52).
Both Ninjask and Beautifly are weak against fire and psychic attacks so you can 
take them out in one turn. He is also weak against fire. His last Pokémon also 
shares this weakness against Psychic and Fire.

Use the stairs and you'll get yet another mail. This one is about the Shadow 
Pokémon list. He has found information about six new Shadow Pokémon that you 
already have except for that of Smeargle. Go the right and enter the room with 
the treasure chest. It contains an Elixir. Go back and use the stairs to go to 
the second floor.

If you come up the stairs, go to the right and go through the opening in the 
right wall. Proceed a couple of chambers and you'll meet Rider Rions. He sends 
out a Poochyena (54), Mightyena (50), Linoone (53) and Kadabra (53). Don't use 
Psychic Attacks against Poochyena and Mightyena. Use Bug or Fighting moves. You 
can use any attack against the normal Pokémon Linoone. Kadabra is weak against 
Dark attacks. You'll find a treasure chest in the room too, it contains three 
Max Potions.

Go back to the stairs and follow the chambers and talk to the Team Snagem 
member. He is named Driton and he sends out Lanturn (50), Pelipper (53), Seadra 
(55) and Starmie (52). He has only water Pokémon so I hope you brought along an 
electric Pokémon. Use Grass attacks against Lanturn if your first electric 
attack didn't damage him. Otherwise, you'll have to rely on regular attacks and 
this will become a long battle. Continue on your way and use the stairs that 
lead to the first floor. Pick up the three PP Up's first though.

Go to the bottom of the screen where the bodybuilder is standing. Talk to him. 
He'll attack you. It is bodybuilder Colas and he sends out Spinda (51),
Carvanha (51), Shelgon (54) and Pupitar (54). Use a Fighting move against 
Carvanha. Use Psychic attacks against Shelgon and Pupitar. There is a treasure 
chest with two Max Ethers behind him. There is nothing else to see there.

Go back to the room with the stairs and go through two doors. Talk to Bandana 
Guy Crudo, he has four Pokémon: a Weezing (52), Linoone (55), Sandslash (53), 
Swalot (51). Use a Psychic attack on Weezing and Sandslash. You could use a 
Water attack against that last one too. Use a fighting move against Linoone and 
defeat Swalot with a Psychic move.

Take the stairs and battle with the Team Snagem person. He is named Fuston. He 
has a Delibird (54), a Swellow (54), Beautifly (53) and Golbat (53). Electric 
Attacks would be nice to take them out. Psychic and Fire are effective against 
Beautifly. He can be taken down easily with a Psychic. If you continue ahead, 
you'll find a guy dressed in blue namely Bluno.
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|                | Bluno has four Pokémon: three strong and the weak Croconaw.
| Shadow Pokémon | Defeat Muk (55) with a Psychic attack. Grumpig (54) can be
|   Croconaw     | taken out with a Dark attack. Camerupt (53) is your last
|                | enemy. He is weak to Fire and Ice. Only use Surf when
|   Level 30     | Croconaw isn't out or when you caught him. Try to catch
|________________| Croconaw with a Nest or Nett Ball. I hope you have a couple
                   of weak Pokémon ready for when you need to weaken him. Leave 
through the door. It leads outside.

When you try to leave the building using the normal way, Skrub attacks again.
He has a Wobbuffet (53), Huntail (51), Medicham (50) and Golem (52). Wobbuffet 
is weak against Dark Attacks. The same goes for Huntail. They're also weak 
against electric attacks. Medicham can't stand Psychic Attacks. Golem can be 
hurt with Water and Psychic attacks.

If you come back, Kloak will drop from the ceiling. It is a popular place for 
people to drop of ceilings it seems. If you caught his Ledian, he owns an 
Ariados (52), Volbeat (53) and Illumise (53). They're all bug Pokémon so both 
Psychic and Fire attacks will take them out easily. If you keep entering and 
leaving, other trainers will drop from the ceiling like Baila.

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
You'll get another mail from Nett once you left the hideout and arrive in 
another town. He tells you about six new additions to the list. But only 
Ursaring is a new Pokémon. Go back to Team Snagem Hideout to make sure you 
caught everyone you missed that is there. When you enter the next town, you'll 
get mail from Secc. He is telling you to visit Nett.

Nett will tell you all about the Shadow Pokémon encounters. Some guy in front
of the Junk Shop saw a Shadow Pokémon. Go ask him. But, as always, he wants to 
battle you first. He starts out with two Wailord's, both level 56 and perfect 
victims for Thunder or other electric attacks. After defeating those two, the 
fight is over. He'll tell you about Rosso and his Shadow Pokémon Quilava. When 
you leave The Under and enter another town, you'll get a mail saying Rosso is
at the Shadow Pokémon lab.

Go downstairs and go the left part of your screen. Follow the road and you'll 
end up being attacked by Cole. He has Wigglytuff (56), Castform (58), Furret 
(57) and Octillery (56). A Psychic attack against Castform will do or use the 
opposite of the type he changed into. Fighting moves are effective against 
Wigglytuff. Use an electric attack against Octillery and a psychic against 
Furret.

Go back to where you left the elevator and continue to the bottom of the screen 
this time. If you continue, Lare will drop from the ceiling and attack you. She 
has a Nuzleaf, a Houndour, Sharpedo and Sneasel. Use water against Houndour and 
Fire against Nuzleaf. Sharpedo can be defeated with an electric attack. Use 
strong attacks against Sneasel. Continue until Vana drops from the ceiling.

Cipher Peon Vana has Pupitar (56), Swablu (58), Mawile (57) and Golbat (56).
Use a Water attack to take out Pupitar. Use Dark Attacks like Bite against 
Mawile and take out Swablu with a couple of strong attacks. (I always say that 
when I take a Pokémon down without exploiting his weaknesses.) Golbat can be 
killed with Psychic.

Take the elevator down to the next floor. Go to the right and Lesar will drop 
down. Rhyhorn, Masquerain and Grovyle are his Pokémon. The first two are 
vulnerable against Psychic. You can also Water for Rhyhorn or Fire against 
Masquerain. Use Fire against Grovyle too.

Go completely to the right until you can't proceed anymore and you'll find a 
chest with a Full Restore. Go back a bit and use the hallway you just passed. 
Take the next road to the right and Tanie will drop down. She has -outside of 
the Granbull I couldn't capture- a Vigoroth and Linoone. She'll have higher 
stats when you fight her so no detailed strategy on this one.

Use the first elevator and go to the next level. Continue and Remil will attack 
you. She has a Kecleon, a Kadabra, Quagsire and Swellow.

Kecleon can change its type so act accordingly. If you made him become water, 
use electric. Kadabra can be killed with a Dark Attack. Quagsire and Swellow
are weak to electric attacks. Proceed to Ein's room to find Rosso who is
looking for the Shadow Pokémon data.
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|                | Rosso has a Grumpig, a Breloom and a Muk next to Quilava.
| Shadow Pokémon | Catch Quilava first and then attack with respectively Dark,
|   Quilava      | Fire and a Psychic attack. Rosso's Pokémon are a bit
|                | stronger than Bluno's though (except Quilava). His Pokémon
|   Level 30     | are over level 60. You now have 44 Shadow Pokémon and 47
|________________| Pokémon in total.

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
You'll get mail when you leave the lab. It is a mail from Nett about how you it 
is possible to send pictures with your mail. Click A to see the picture. You'll 
get another mail when you enter another village about a Big Snag Machine in the 
Team Snagem Hideout. Go there and look at it.

When entering the Hideout, you'll get a mail about a creepy Smeargle and an 
Ursaring. Coincidently they're the Shadow Pokémon you have to catch here. 
Quickly leave and enter again to receive another mail about Shadow Pokémon. 
You're only 'missing' one more Pokémon one your list now. Enter the Hideout and 
go to the stairs.

You'll have to pass Arton. He sends out Sealeo (50), Glalie (54) and Piloswine 
(55). Use a fighting attack against Sealeo and a fire attack against Glalie. 
Piloswine can't stand fire either. Go up the stairs and take a right. Go the 
right at the next crossroad and go through the door. Open the door in that 
chamber and use the stairs in the room you just entered. You'll find a treasure 
chest with two Max Revives and a Team Snagem trainer on that floor.

Team Snagem member Niver has four Pokémon: a Grovyle (52), Rhyhorn (52), 
Vigoroth (52) and Zangoose (53). Use a fire attack on Grovyle and take down 
Rhyhorn with a Water or Psychic based attack. Use regular attacks on Vigoroth 
and Zangoose. Take the stairs. Talk to Gonzap. He thinks he can win from you.

Gonzap has a full team of six Pokémon with Crawdaunt (64), Armaldo (64), 
Granbull (64), Machamp (64), Breloom (64) and Gyarados (64). Use Fighting moves 
against Crawdaunt and a water or psychic Pokémon against Armaldo. Psychic 
attacks are very handy against Granbull. Use a Psychic Pokémon against Machamp 
too. You'll need a Fire or Psychic attack if you want to take out Breloom 
quickly. Electric attacks are the way to go against Gyarados. He runs away and 
your Pokémon are healed. Pick up the D-Disk on the table.

Open the treasure chest with the three Rare Candies. Return to the place where 
you took the right turn and now take the other pair of stairs. Go up to the 
following floor where you'll find Lonia with four Pokémon. She has a Flaaffy 
(55), Dunsparce (54), Octillery (54) and a Walrein (52). Use Rock moves against 
the electrical Flaaffy and Water moves against Dunsparce. You'll need
electrical attacks against Octillery and Walrein.

Follow the road she was blocking. Ignore Driton as usual, unless you want some 
extra experience points. His stats haven't changed. Use the stairs. Go to the 
door and Frena will stop you. She has four Pokémon, a Shroomish (53), a 
Jigglypuff (52), Mawile (53) and Donphan (51). Use a Fire move on Shroomish and 
attack Jigglypuff with a fighting move. Mawile is weak against Fighting attacks 
and Donphan can be killed with Water attacks.
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|                | Continue ahead and only fight against the guys that want to
| Shadow Pokémon | attack you. Team Snagem member Biden will attack you. He has
|   Smeargle     | four Smeargle. The level 45 is the Shadow Pokémon. They're
|                | weak against fighting moves so exploit that. You could use
|   Level 45     | Hitmontop's Rapid Spin to weaken him.
|________________| 
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|                | Continue ahead and another Snagem member will want to have
| Shadow Pokémon | a word with you. It is Agrev. He has a Shiftry, a Marshtomp,
|   Ursaring     | Machoke and Ursaring. Use Psychic moves against Machoke,
|                | Fire against Shiftry and electric attacks against Marshtomp.
|   Level 45     | Don't kill Ursaring. Leave the building and come back in if
|________________| you missed one of them.

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     3.12- The Colosseum challenges                                      [A312]
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There are many Colosseums in this country. If you beat them, you get all kinds 
of fabulous prizes But you can't use Shadow Pokémon here. I have listed all the 
prizes you get. To get all of them, you'll need to replay every Colosseum 
multiple times. I won't list strategies for all playthroughs. All trainers in a 
Colosseum use Pokémon of equal strength. After beating all the different sets 
of trainers, the original ones will show up again. If you don't know which type 
of move to use, check out the type of the Pokémon in section 5.06 and then look 
what is effective against him.

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Phenac Colosseum
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
             06     | Toxic        | Phenac Colosseum (Prize)
             11     | Sunny Day    | Phenac Colosseum (Prize)
             18     | Rain Dance   | Phenac Colosseum (Prize)
             19     | Giga Drain   | Phenac Colosseum (Prize)
             22     | Solar Beam   | Phenac Colosseum (Prize)
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

We'll start with the Phenac Colosseum. You'll have to fight a guy with an 
Azurill (40) and a Sentret (40) in the first round. Use regular attacks against 
Sentret and Electric against Azurill. It is a great chance to train a weak 
Pokémon. The guy from the second round, a roller boy, has Tentacool and Doduo, 
both at level 40. Electric attacks should work against them both.

In the semi final awaits a trainer with a Psyduck and a Pineco, they're level 
41. Psyduck is weak against electrical attacks. I took Pineco out with Surf. 
Mudkip, Cacnea and Zubat are the last trainers Pokémon. Mudkip is weak against 
electricity, Zubat is weak against Psychic and Cacnea against Fire. You'll get 
Rain Dance and a cash prize of almost 6,000 Poke Dollars.

Enter the challenge again. In the first round, you'll have to battle Wingull
and Igglybuff. They're at level 40. Use a Fighting move against Igglybuff and 
electric against Wingull. Round 2 is against a Snorunt and Tallow. Tallow is 
flying so he is weak against electric. Snorunt can be killed with a strong
water attack like Surf.

The Semi final is against an old lady with a Horsea and a Snubull. Use a Dark 
and an electric attack to finish this quickly. (Well, if you're using the 
Pokémon you defeated Gonzap with, even an attack like Surf could kill Horsea.) 
The last trainer uses Luvdisc, Hoothoot and Treecko. Treecko is weak against 
fire, Hoothoot against electricity and Luvdisc against regular attacks. You'll 
get another TM, Sunny Day and 8,000 Poke Dollars. After Sunny Day, you'll get 
Giga Drain and Solar Beam in that order. You already received Toxic earlier.

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Pyrite Colosseum
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
             01     | Focus Punch  | Pyrite Colosseum (Prize)
             05     | Roar         | Pyrite Colosseum (Prize)
             07     | Hail         | Pyrite Colosseum (Prize)
             31     | Brick Break  | Pyrite Colosseum (Prize)
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

The next stop is Pyrite Colosseum. You'll have to beat this challenge four
times to get all the prizes. The four challenges are basically the same. I'll 
only describe the first challenge. Roller Boy Azal has a Linoone (51) and a 
Teddiursa (50). Linoone is weak against Triple Kick and similar moves. Thunder 
is a good move against Teddiursa.

The second opponent is Trona; she also has two Pokémon namely Jigglypuff (51) 
and Delcatty (52). Fighting moves are effective against them both as is 
electricity. The third trainer owns a Doduo (52) and Furret (53). Use 
Electricity against Doduo and Fighting against Furret. His third and final 
Pokémon is a Loudred, he hates Fighting moves.

The last trainer before the TM is Chaser Zime. He owns a Vigoroth (52), 
Combusken (55), Koffing (53), and Swellow (54). Use a Fighting attack against 
Vigoroth and attack Combusken with water. Koffing can't stand psychic and 
Swellow is weak against electricity.

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
The Under Colosseum
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
             23     | Iron Tail    | Under Colosseum (Prize)
             30     | Shadow Ball  | Under Colosseum (Prize)
             36     | Sludge Bomb  | Under Colosseum (Prize)
             37     | Sandstorm    | Under Colosseum (Prize)
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

The Under has two Colosseums but lets start with the first one near the 
elevator. This one is again a step up from the last one but if you could beat 
Gonzap and Evice easily, you're not going to have problems. I'm only describing 
the first time here.

The first trainer is Hunter Kurm. He has a Clamperl (55), Qwilfish (55), and a 
Lotad (56). Use electric attacks against the first two and a fire move against 
Lotad. The second trainer also has three Pokémon; he has Vigoroth (56), Seadra 
(56) and Sealeo (55). Use electricity against Seadra and Sealeo. A fighting 
Pokémon is effective against Vigoroth.

In the semifinal, you'll face Azumarill (56), Pelipper (56), Noctowl (56), and 
Kirlia. Start by using Rain Dance and then kill them with electric attacks. He 
often uses Double Team so it might help hitting his Pokémon more. It is though 
enough when you miss because of the opponent's evasion without having to worry 
about Thunder's low accuracy. Only use a Dark move against Kirlia, the rest is 
weak against electricity.

The final trainer for this bout has four Pokémon. They are Gorebyss (57), 
Vileplume (56), Kecleon (56) and Sharpedo (57). Attack Gorebyss and Sharpedo 
with Thunder and use fire against Vileplume. Use Rain Dance if Vileplume uses 
Sunny Day. Use a fighting move against Kecleon. That was the end of the first 
run-through. Repeat three times and you'll have the TMs. You'll get mail if you 
leave the building with a picture of Mirror B attached.

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Deep Colosseum
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
             02     | Dragon Claw  | Deep Colosseum (Prize)
             12     | Taunt        | Deep Colosseum (Prize)
             44     | Rest         | Deep Colosseum (Prize)
             48     | Skill Swap   | Deep Colosseum (Prize)
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

You'll need the D-Disk to get to this Colosseum. You have to use the UFO after 
putting in the disk. Pick up the Steel Teeth that lay there and go back up to 
the Under. Use the F disk and go to the left. Talk to the person. He will give 
you the L disk. With that L Disk, you can pick up the Amulet Coin. You'll 
regularly send you mail.

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The first trainer has Tropius (61), Zangoose (60) and Nuzleaf (60). Use fire 
moves against Tropius and Nuzleaf, fighting moves are effective against 
Zangoose. The second trainer has Vigoroth (61), Typhlosion (61) and Hariyama 
(62). Typhlosion knows Earthquake. Vigoroth is weak against fighting, Hariyama 
and Typhlosion against Water.

The third trainer has a Girafarig (62), Houndoom (62), Ledian (63) and Dodrio 
(62). The first two can be defeated by using Fighting moves. Ledian can be
taken down with a Fire or Electric attack. Dodrio is weak against electricity.

Mirror B still has his old Pokémon. He has three Ludicolo (68/68/69), Armaldo 
(69) and Exploud (67). Ludicolo is a combination of Water and Grass. Your best 
bet is to use Electrical Attacks against it. Fire attacks don't work well. 
Exploud is a Normal Pokémon so he is weak against Fighting. Armaldo is a 
Rock/Bug Pokémon, use Psychic against it. It is two times Super Effective.

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In the second turn, you'll start against a Sneasel, a Jumpluff, and an 
Electrode. Fighting moves are effective against Sneasel and Ground moves should 
kill Electrode fast. Use Fire against Jumpluff. The second trainer has Delibird 
(62), Marshtomp (61) and Walrein (61). Just keep your electric Pokémon alive to 
make this fight super easy.

You'll encounter an Azumarill (62), Medicham (62), Linoone (63) and Natu (62). 
Natu is bad against Dark types. Azumarill is weak against electricity. Linoone 
should go down with fighting moves. Medicham is a combination of Fighting and 
Psychic. A Ghost Pokémon like Misdreavus is very effective against him.
Fighting moves don't work against Ghost Pokémon and they're strong against 
Psychic.

Dakim is the second Cipher Admin you have to beat. He has five Pokémon and he 
has lower levels than Mirror B. He has a Claydol (63), Flygon (64), Solrock 
(64), Swampert (65) and Houndoom (65). Claydol is weak against Water. Solrock 
can be hurt with Surf too but Dark moves are certainly effective too. Swampert 
is weak against electric types and Houndoom against fighting ones. To defeat 
Flygon you'll need an ice attack. I hope your Water Pokémon knows one.

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The first trainer will have Machop, Machoke and Ursaring the third time. The 
first two are weak against Psychic Pokémon and Ursaring is a Normal Pokémon so 
you should use Fighting Pokémon. The second trainer has four Pokémon namely 
Graveler, Wigglytuff, Wailmer, and Donphan. Graveler is weak against Psychic 
Pokémon. Wigglytuff can be defeated with Fighting moves. Use Electricity to 
defeat Wailmer. Donphan is a ground Pokémon and is weak against Plant and Water 
Pokémon.

Spinda (62), Delcatty (62) and Granbull (62) are the third trainers Pokémon. 
Spinda, Delcatty and Granbull are all weak against Fighting Pokémon. Venus is 
the next trainer. She uses Raichu (63), Dusclops (64), Blissey (65), Meganium 
(64) and Milotic (65). Milotic is a Water Pokémon and can be killed with 
Thunder. Raichu is weak against ground moves while Blissey is bad against 
Fighting Pokémon. Dusclops is weak against Dark Pokémon. Meganium can be killed 
with a single Flamethrower.

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The first trainer here only uses Plant and Bug Pokémon. Just keep your Fire 
Pokémon alive to beat this one. The second trainer is a bit more entertaining. 
Lairon is a Steel Pokémon so he is weak against Fire. Octillery and Lanturn are 
bad against grass attacks. Despite the fact Lanturn is part Water, he might get 
healed by them. Exploud is a Normal Pokémon so he is weak against Fighting.

The third trainer has a Swellow, a Marshtomp, and a Crawdaunt. Two of them are 
level 62 and one is 63. They can be killed with electric attacks. Admin Ein is 
the last trainer here. He has five Pokémon. Manectric is bad against Fighting 
moves. Gyarados and Mantine are bad against electricity. Crobat and Rhydon are 
weak against Psychic Pokémon.

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The first trainer in this bout has a Nincada (64), a Horsea (63) and a Shuppet 
(63). Fire and Psychic Pokémon can take down Nincada but which type you use 
depends on his second Pokémon because he has a Water Pokémon and a Ghost 
Pokémon. His Ghost Pokémon Shuppet is weak against Dark moves like Umbreon's 
Bite. Horsea will go down easily with an electric attack.

The second trainer has four Pokémon. He has Kecleon (65), Misdreavus (64), 
Kadabra (64) and Seadra (65). Seadra is weak against electricity. Kecleon 
changes type so if you attack him with a Psychic move, you'll want to use Dark 
attacks the following turn. The other two can be defeated easily with Dark 
moves.

Mawile (66), Murkrow (68), and Relicanth (67) are your opponents in the last 
semi-final. Use a Fire attack against the Steel Mawile. Relicanth is a 
Rock/Water type so you could use Grass or Psychic attacks. Murkrow is weak 
against electricity.
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|                | If you caught all Shadow Pokémon you encountered up until
| Shadow Pokémon | now, you'll catch your 47th Shadow Pokémon in this fight.
|   Shuckle      | Shuckle is level 45 so he is way weaker than the other
|                | Pokémon in this fight. He is a Bug/Rock Pokémon so you can't
|   Level 45     | use Surf in this fight when he is out. He has five other
|________________| Pokémon too. Those are Skarmory (66), Kingdra (70), Sableye
                   (69), Girafarig (68) and Shedinja (68). As you can see, Deep 
King Agnes is the first opponent with a level 70 Pokémon. He is actually the 
only one with a level 70 Pokémon in the entire Story Mode. You can take down 
Shedinja with Rock/Ghost/Fire/Dark/Flying moves. Other moves won't work against 
him thanks to Wonderguard. Skarmory is weak against fire and Kingdra against 
electricity. Sableye can be taken down with Dark Attacks and you'll need a 
Fighting Pokémon against Girafarig.

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     3.13- Catching the Shadow Pokémon                                   [A313]
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After finishing everything in the Team Snagem hideout, you only have to try to 
catch all Shadow Pokémon. You should purify all your Pokémon too and train them 
a bit so you can use them against your friends. Most trainers with Shadow 
Pokémon will be at the Team Snagem hideout but some others are still at their 
original location. Just go there and snag them. Purify them and train your 
Pokémon so that you have a team with six varied Pokémon with equal strength so 
that you can enter the Battle Mode version of Mt. Battle to get Ho-Oh. While 
walking around, you'll get mails until one tells you to watch the television 
set.
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|                | After catching the first 47 Shadow Pokémon, only one
| Shadow Pokémon | remains, the Almighty Togetic. Bring a lot of Nest Balls and
|   Togetic      | Plusle or Remoraid if they are still at a low level. He has
|                | five other Pokémon and they are all level 68. He has Armaldo
|   Level 20     | Houndoom, Manectric, Gyarados and Milotic. Armaldo is a Rock
|________________| and Bug Pokémon that is a double weakness against Psychic.
                   Use a fighting Pokémon against Houndoom because he is dark. 
Manectric is an electric Pokémon so he is weak against Rock moves. Gyarados and 
Milotic are Water Pokémon. If you have time and your Pokémon are still strong, 
use Rain Dance first. That will make using Thunder easier. Congrats, you have 
defeated Shady Guy Wes. If you didn't manage to catch Togetic, you should leave 
the Outskirt Stand and come back, talk to the trainer there. It should still be 
Shady Guy Wes, otherwise, you'll have to reset.

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You should also visit Justy to battle him. He'll give you Tm27 if you beat him. 
His Pokémon are around level 40 so you could have done this a lot earlier. He 
has Sandshrew, Gligar, Cacnea, Azurill, Sunflora, and Nosepass. Cacnea and 
Sunflora are killed easily by using Fire Pokémon. Sandshrew and Gligar are 
easily defeated with Psychic Pokémon. Use Water Pokémon against Nosepass and 
electric against Azurill.

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     3.14- Mt. Battle 100 Trainer challenge                              [A314]
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To complete this challenge you must go back to Mt. Battle. You have to fight 
against 100 trainers. Luckily, your Pokémon are healed between each match so
you won't need to bring huge supplies of healing items. I suggest you bring 
about ten Hyper Potions and ten Revives. If you want to level up a certain 
Pokémon, Exp Share is very helpful. You can also level up your GBA Pokémon up 
here.

Mt. Battle is a great place to level up your Pokémon, the first time I went 
through the game. I trained there after my battle with Dakim. My Pokémon were 
about level 40, against the time I reached Sokem, the last trainer. I had three 
level 65 and two level 55. The maximum level of Pokémon in this challenge is 
level 60. Sokem even uses six level 60s.

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AREA 1 - MAXIMUM LEVEL: 20
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You start at Area 1. The first trainer is Cool Trainer Stum. He uses a Taillow 
(level 18) and Hoothoot (level 15). Electric attacks are very effective but if 
you use Pokémon from over level 30, you won't need to think about that. The 
second boy is named Cyus and uses a Sunkern (level 15) and a Hoppip (level 16). 
Those are plant Pokémon and can be taken out with Fire moves.

Researcher Mort is your third opponent. He uses Igglybuff (level 17) and 
Electrike (level 17). Your best bet is to use Fighting Pokémon. Lady Auro has
an Azurill (level 17) and Sentret (level 18). Azurill is weak against electric 
attacks and Sentret can be taken out by a Fighting move. Don't use Ghost
Pokémon against him. The fifth trainer has a Togepi (level 18) and a Vulpix 
(level 18). The first one is weak against Fighting and the second against
Water.

Magikarp (level 18) and Zubat (level 17) are Lehan's Pokémon. Magikarp can be 
taken out with electricity and Zubat with Fire. Trainer Nevie uses Poochyena
and Swinub. Use fighting Pokémon against them. Athlete Rino is number eight.
She has a Wooper (level 18) and Trapinch (level 18).

Fun Old Lady Anges has a Duskull (level 19) and a Ralts (level 20). Use Dark 
attacks against them. You have finally reached trainer number ten, Area Leader 
Vander and you'll soon find out, why he was trampled so easy by Dakim. He has 
five Pokémon: Zigzagzoon (level 18), Whismur (level 20), Skitty (level 19), 
Slakoth (level 19) and Jigglypuff (level 20). Dark and Fighting moves will work 
good against them all. Go inside, get your Coupons and save.

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AREA 2 - MAXIMUM LEVEL: 25
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The second area starts with a Wynaut and a Pichu. Wynaut is weak against Dark  
Attacks and Pichu against Rock. That was the end of Fun Old Lady Gelvin and her 
level 20 Pokémon. Roller Boy Pabe has a Zubat (20), Whismur (21) and Grimer
(21). Use Psychic moves against Zubat, Grimer and Whismur. That wasn't very  
challenging. Athlete Caden has only two Pokémon, Beldum and Barboach. Use Fire  
or Dark attacks against Beldum (21) and a nice Electric Attack against Barboach
(22).Rich Boy Lond has a Lotad (21) and a Seedot (22). Use Fire Pokémon against 
him.

Number fifteen has a Geodude (23) and Sandshrew (22). Just use Surf against  
them. You'll beat Albac with one attack. Lady Eloos uses Marill (22) and  
Jigglypuff (23). Use Thunder(bolt) against Marill and fighting moves against  
Jigglypuff.

With Fun Old Man Metz you'll have reached opponent number seventeen. He has an  
Abra (23) and a Shuppet (23). Use Dark or Ghost moves against them. Researcher
Roeck has a Mareep (23), Magnemite (24) and a Voltorb (23). Use  
Rock/Ground/Fighting type Pokémon against him. Teacher Vona has a Spheal and a  
Carvanha. The first one is level 24 and the second 25 and can be taken out with 
electric attacks.

Even Area Leader Arth isn't a challenge. He uses five Pokémon and all five have
Bug as their first/second type. Anorith has Rock has first type so you can take
him out with Water as well. Surskit is a Bug/Water type so you might consider  
using Psychic Pokémon instead of a Fire Pokémon against Surskit and Anorith.

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AREA 3 - MAXIMUM LEVEL: 30
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Guy Gris uses Wurmple (25) and his two evolutions: Silcoon and Cascoon. They
are both useless so you won't have to worry about them. They're Bug Pokémon so 
Psychic and Fire Pokémon are good for this fight. Fun Old Lady Desla has two 
Kirlia, one is level 28 and another is 25. Use Dark Pokémon against them.

Bodybuilder Eisen has three Pokémon. Aron (26) is weak against Fire moves 
because he is a steel Pokémon. Phanpy (26) is a ground type so use a Water 
Pokémon. Sandshrew (25) can't stand Water and Psychic. Cool Trainer Bedro has 
Wingull (26) and Bagon (26). Bagon is weak against Ice attacks and Wingull 
against electric.

If you beat Grel, you will have beaten one fourth of the challenge. Grel uses 
Oddish (27) and Gulpin (26). Use a Psychic attack against Gulpin and a Fire 
attack against Oddish. Teacher Loden has a Larvitar and a Houndour. Use a 
Fighting Pokémon against Houndour. Larvitar has a double weakness against
Water.

Taryn uses Natu and Duskull. Natu (27) and Duskull (26) are both weak against 
Dark and Ghost attacks. Solek uses Machop (27), Slakoth (26) and Zigzagzoon 
(29). Defeat Machop with Psychic and the two others with Fighting moves.
Athlete Wina has Geodude (28) and Mawile (29). Mawile is a Steel Pokémon so he 
is bad against fire moves. Geodude is weak against Water and Psychic.

Renson is the third Area Leader. He uses five Water Pokémon. He has a Corphish 
(29), two Staryu, a level 26 and 29, Goldeen and Surskit who are both level 30. 
They're all weak against electric Pokémon.

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AREA 4 - MAXIMUM LEVEL: 35
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Malla uses Togepi and Slakoth. Use Fighting Pokémon against them. Taillow and 
Doduo are both Flying Pokémon so they are weak against Electric Pokémon. The 
third trainer uses a Natu and a Corphish. The first is weak against Ghost and 
Dark Pokémon and Corphish is a Water Pokémon so he is bad against Electric 
Pokémon.

Number 34 uses an Abra and a Clamperl. Use Dark or Ghost attacks against Abra 
and Electric attacks against Clamperl. Glasses Man Delot uses two electric 
Pokémon, Magnemite and Voltorb. They're weak against Rock moves. The Rich boy 
at place number 36 uses a Cacnea and a Shroomish, you should use Fire Pokémon.

Gulpin (31) and Grimer (34) are your next opponents. Use Psychic attacks 
against them. Guy Rone uses Anorith (33), Volbeat (32), Illumise (32) and 
Pineco (33). They're all weak against Fire but you can use Psychic too, 
Illumise and Volbeat are weak against it. Anorith can be killed with Water, 
Fire and Psychic.

Cool Trainer Neira uses Numel and Bagon. Numel is a level 33 Pokémon and is 
weak against Water. Bagon can be killed with Ice Attacks. The Area Leader uses 
Nosepass (34), Lileep (34), Barboach (34), Rhyhorn (35) and Phanpy (35). 
Barboach is bad against electric Pokémon. Rhyhorn, Phanpy and Nosepass are bad 
against Water and Psychic. Lileep is a Rock/Grass type so use Psychic attacks.

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AREA 5 - MAXIMUM LEVEL: 40
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Vogi uses a Pikachu (38) and a Chinchou (35). Pikachu is weak against Ground 
attacks and Chinchou against Grass attacks. Chinchou is an electric/water type 
Pokémon. Glasses Man Terl uses a Delcatty (36), Spinda (36) and a Vigoroth 
(37). They are all Normal Pokémon so Fighting moves are most effective. Sowa 
uses a Noctowl (36) and a Linoone (37). Linoone is weak against Fighting and 
Noctowl is a flying type, they can be killed easily with electric attacks.

Number 44 uses Sableye (37) and Nuzleaf (37). Use Dark attacks against Sableye 
and Fire attacks against Nuzleaf. Magro uses Mawile (37), Corsola (37) and 
Graveler (38). Corsola is weak against Grass attacks, Mawile against fire and 
Graveler against Psychic/Grass.

Toli uses a Koffing, a Grimer, Dustox and Gloom. The level 37 Dustox and level 
38 Gloom are weak against fire. Koffing and Grimer can be killed with psychic 
attacks, they're both level 37. Natu (37), Kadabra (38) and Medicham (38) are 
Ropel's Pokémon. The first two can be defeated easily with Dark attacks. 
Medicham is weak against Psychic/Ghost attacks.

Lady Vesey's Pokémon are all weak against Thunder. Lombre, Luvdisc and 
Tentacool are level 38 and Seadra is 39. Seadra can be defeated with ice 
attacks too. Teacher Kinson only has three Pokémon. He has a Sealeo, a Houndour 
and a Spinda. The last two are weak against Fighting Pokémon and Sealeo is bad 
against electrical attacks.

The fifth area leader has five Pokémon. Beautifly and Masquerain are weak 
against fire and Psychic attacks. Swellow and Pelipper are weak against 
electrical attacks. Pelipper even has a double weakness against electricity. 
Golbat can be taken down with a single Psychic attack.

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AREA 6 - MAXIMUM LEVEL: 45
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The first trainer in the second half of Mt. Battle is Teacher Leine. She has a 
Voltorb and a Magnemite who are both level 40. Chinchou is his third Pokémon, 
which is level 41. They are all weak against Ground attacks. Glasses Man Laton 
uses Cacnea and Aipom, which are 40 and 2 level 41's, Nosepass and Phanpy.
Use a Fire Pokémon against Cacnea. Aipom is weak against fighting Pokémon. 
Phanpy and Nosepass are bad against Water Pokémon.

The 53rd trainer has three Pokémon that are weak against Fire Pokémon. Lileep 
and Skiploom are level 41 and Ledian is one level stronger. The Cool trainer 
after him uses a Delibird, a Rhyhorn, and an Anorith. They are weak against 
Water. Roller Boy Daga has a Delcatty (41), Houndour (42), Staryu (42), and 
Vibrava (43). Delcatty and Houndour are weak against Fighting moves. Staryu is 
bad against electric Pokémon and Vibrava is mostly Ground so use Water attacks 
against him.

Number 56 has a Beautifly and a Skiploom; they are weak against fire attacks. 
Teddiursa is level 42 and is bad against Fighting Pokémon. Clamperl can be
taken down easily with an electric attack. Number 57 has two Pokémon pairs; he 
has two Goldeen and two Luvdisc. One part of the pair is 43, the other 44. Both 
Goldeen and Luvdisc are weak against electrical attacks.

Trainer number 58 uses a Koffing (43), a Nosepass (43), a Nuzleaf (44), and a 
Mawile (44). Water attacks are effective against Nosepass. It is best to use 
Fire attacks against the three other Pokémon. Lady Illa uses Corsola who is a 
Water/Rock Pokémon so he is weak against Leaf attacks. Her three other Pokémon, 
Volbeat, Illumise and Roselia, are weak against fire.

The sixth area leader is named Loko. He has five Pokémon. Two of them,
Azumarill and Wigglytuff are level 44. Ariados, Wailmer, and Wobbuffet are 
level 45. Azumarill and Wailmer are Water types so they're weak against 
electricity. Wobbuffet is a Psychic type, use a Dark Pokémon. Wigglytuff is bad 
against Fighting and Ariados against Fire/Psychic.

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AREA 7 - MAXIMUM LEVEL: 50
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The first guy only uses Bug Pokémon so just bring out a Fire and a Psychic 
Pokémon. They can defeat them easily. Yanma and Masquerain are level 44, Ledian 
45 and his Ariados is the strongest at level 46. The guy after that also has an 
unbalanced team. All his Pokémon are weak against Water attacks. Lunatone and 
Solrock are also weak against Dark attacks.

Researcher Mante uses Clamperl, Dustox, Magcargo, and Delibird. The first three 
are level 45 and the latter is 47. Delibird and Dustox are weak against fire 
attacks. Clamperl is bad against electricity and Magcargo is a Fire Pokémon so 
use a Water attack. Athlete Meton has a Ninjask and a Jumpluff who can be
killed with a single Fire attack and they are both level 46. The level 45
Linoone is weak against Fighting and Dodrio against electricity.

Number 65 has three Ghost Pokémon (Misdreavus, Banette and Sableye) who are all 
equally strong. Dark Attacks are incredible effective against them. Murkrow,
her fourth Pokémon, is a Dark Pokémon so use electricity. Number 66 is a lady 
too. Her team is luckily more varied. Roselia and Bellossom are level 45 and 
are weak against Fire. Azumarill is bad against electric Pokémon like Flaaffy. 
Girafarig is bad against Fighting and Dark Pokémon.

Cool trainer Fedra has Swellow, Vigoroth, Sneasel and Girafarig. Girafarig, 
Vigoroth and Sneasel are bad against Fighting Pokémon. Swellow is bad against 
electric Pokémon. The Glasses Man has two Pokémon that are weak against Dark 
attacks, Chimecho and Medicham. Sharpedo is level 48 and a Water type. Camerupt 
has a double weakness against Water.

The 69th trainer has four Pokémon; Granbull, Pupitar, Mantine and Sealeo.
Sealeo and Mantine are weak against electric Pokémon. Granbull is weak against 
Fighting Pokémon and Pupitar against Water.

The seventh area leader has two level 48 Pokémon (Mawile and Machoke), two
level 49 Pokémon (Dusclops and Quagsire) and a level 50 Altaria. Altaria is
weak against Ice attacks, Mawile against Fire, Machoke against Psychic,
Dusclops against Dark and Quagsire against Leaf attacks.

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AREA 8 - MAXIMUM LEVEL: 55
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The first trainer has two Pokémon that are weak against fire attacks, Sunflora 
and Piloswine. His two other Pokémon are Wigglytuff and Noctowl, they're weak 
against Fighting Pokémon. The old man after him has a Seviper (49), Golbat 
(50), Swalot (50), and Kadabra (51). Kadabra is weak against Ghost and Dark 
Pokémon. Golbat, Swalot, and Seviper are bad against Psychic attacks.

Trainer 73 uses a Grumpig which is weak against Dark attacks. Sneasel is bad 
against Fighting Pokémon. Gligar and Hitmontop are weak against Psychic
attacks. Ribek, a researcher, has Masquerain, Mightyena, Stantler and
Granbull. The last tree can be killed with Fighting attacks. Masquerain is weak 
against Fire attacks.

Bodybuilder Vitalo has four Pokémon. Skarmory and Vileplume are weak against 
Fire attacks. Dusclops is a Ghost Pokémon so Umbreon's Bite can kill him. 
Lanturn is weak against Leaf attacks. Number 76 has a Glalie and a Breloom who 
are both weak against fire. Rhydon is weak against Psychic and Water. Swellow
is weak against Electricity

The Athlete at platform number 77 has a Metang, a Granbull, a Jumpluff and a 
Xatu. Dark attacks are effective against Metang and Xatu. Jumpluff and Metang 
are weak against Fire attacks. Granbull is bad against Fighting Pokémon. Number 
78 has a Tropius, a Lairon, an Exploud, and an Absol. Fighting moves are good
to beat Absol and Exploud. Fire is effective against Tropius and Absol.

The Fun Old Lady has a Torkoal, Relicanth, Shiftry, and Noctowl. Noctowl and 
Relicanth are weak against electricity. Shiftry is bad against Fire Pokémon 
while the Fire Pokémon Torkoal is bad against Water types. The ninth area 
leader has three Pokémon that are bad against Psychic attacks: Hariyama,
Weezing, and Golem. Cacturne's weakness is Fire and that of Starmie is 
electricity.

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AREA 9 - MAXIMUM LEVEL: 60
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You only have to beat 20 trainers from here. Use Fighting Pokémon to kill 
Zangoose and Girafarig. Dodrio is easily defeated with an electric attack. 
You'll have to use Fire/Psychic or one of the other effective attacks against 
Ninjask. Not all attacks work against him thanks to Wonderguard. Number 82 has 
Breloom and Forretress who are bad against Fire attacks, Sharpedo is bad
against electricity, and Camerupt is bad against Water attacks. The average 
level of his Pokémon is 55.

The Glasses man has a Ghost Pokémon Banette so bring in Umbreon to use Bite. 
Magneton is weak against Ground attacks. Mantine and Whiscash are water Pokémon 
so they're weak against electric/leaf attacks. The Fun old Man after him has
two electric Pokémon, Raichu, and Electrode. They can be killed quickly. Lombre 
is weak against Fire and Altaria against Ice.

Number 85 only has Water Pokémon. You just have to make sure your electric 
Pokémon survives long enough. You might want to use Rain Dance to make Thunder 
hit all the time. His Pokémon are Octillery, Golduck, Huntail, and Crawdaunt. 
Lady Plistin has a balanced team. She has a plant Pokémon (Bellossom), a Water 
Pokémon (Gorebyss), an Electric Pokémon (Ampharos) and the Normal Miltank. The 
last two are weak against Fighting Pokémon and I'm sure you can figure out the 
first two yourself.

Skarmory, Shiftry, Rhydon, and Xatu are your next victims. The first two are 
weak against Fire, Xatu against Dark and Rhydon against Water and Psychic. 
Number 88 uses four Pokémon. The level 57's, Weezing and Muk are weak against 
Psychic. The weakest of them, is Altaria. He is weak against Ice. Donphan is 
weak against Fighting Pokémon.

Vonder's name might resemble that of Vander but his fighting style is 
different. He has two Pokémon that have a weakness against Water (Cradily and 
Ninetales) and two that are weak against Psychic (Heracross and Armaldo). The 
ninth area leader has a team that relies on Solar Beam with five Grass Type 
Pokémon. Tropius, Vileplume, Bellossom, and Shiftry can be killed quickly with 
Fire attacks. Ludicolo is Water/Grass so Fire won't work. Use Electricity 
instead.

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AREA 10 - MAXIMUM LEVEL: 60
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If you thought the last area was difficult, you'll be in for a surprise. This
one is even harder. The weakest Pokémon in this Area is a level 58, there are 
four level 59s and the other forty Pokémon are level 60.

You start out against Fun Old Man Tando. He has Golem (58), Relicanth (59), 
Sandslash (60) and Cacturne (60). Use Psychic Pokémon against the first three 
and use a Fire attack against Cacturne. Fun Old Lady Panne has Golbat (59), 
Swalot (59), Muk (60) and Tentacruel (60). Use Electric moves against 
Tentacruel and Psychic against the other ones.

The 93rd opponent is Rich Boy Quint. He has the last not-level 60, namely 
Grumpig. He also has Kadabra, Metang and Lunatone. Dark moves are effective 
against all of them but you can also use Surf against the last two.

Lady Kowly, number 94, is dangerous. Castform will start with Sunny Day and 
change into a Fire Type. That isn't the bad part though. It will power up your 
fire moves up as well but Vileplume, Bellossom and Sunflora all know Solar Beam 
and they don't need to charge it with Sunny Day. Get out your Fire Pokémon to 
kill them but you should have a Pokémon out to take the hits for that Fire 
Pokémon. If possible, you could use a Pokémon that knows moves like Rain Dance 
to stop Sunny Day.

Number 95 likes to use Water Pokémon. I hope you brought along an electric 
Pokémon like Ampharos or Raikou. Let a Pokémon use Rain Dance and start using 
Thunder on Mantine, Seaking, Huntail and Gorebyss. The last two are evolutions 
of Clamperl.

Athlete Raus has a more diverse team. She has an Electrode that usually comes 
out with Misdreavus. Use all your force against Misdreavus in that case. Use 
Dark attacks or Ghost attacks if you have your own Misdreavus with you. If you 
can take him out before Electrode has the chance to explode, he'll hurt 
Ninetales or Camerupt too. They're weak against Fire too.

Cool trainer Trilo has the three Gold/Silver starters in their ultimate form. 
He has a Feraligatr, a Typhlosion and an Meganium. He also has an Ampharos and 
a Breloom. You'll need to watch out who you send out. They can easily be killed 
by using Pokémon against which they are weak. Breloom and Meganium can be 
killed with a Fire Pokémon but you can't bring him out if Feraligatr is still 
alive. You'll need to kill that one first with an electric Pokémon. Watch out 
for Ampharos if you're going after Typhlosion with a Water Pokémon. You'll need 
to kill Ampharos first with a Rock Pokémon.

Lomen also has three starters, the Ruby/Sapphire ones. He has an Altaria and a 
Glalie next to Blaziken, Sceptile and Swampert. You'll need to watch out like 
during the last fight. Only now, your Fire Pokémon can be killed by two Pokémon 
(Glalie and Swampert). Ice and Rock moves are most effective against Altaria.

Teacher 99 is a hard trainer. He has five level 60's: Crawdaunt, Magneton, 
Shedinja, Heracross and Gardevoir. Crawdaunt can be easily taken down with an 
electric move. He is a Dark/Water Type. Magneton is electric so you should use 
Rock moves against him. Shedinja is a Bug/Ghost type so use Fire moves against 
him. People might think Psychic moves are effective but they aren't. Heracross 
can be taken down with a Fire move and Gardevoir with Dark moves.

Go up the stairs and go to the right. Open the treasure chest and get the Time 
Flute. Go to the middle of the arena and battle Mount Battle Master Somek. He 
has Pinsir, Claydol, Crobat, Gligar, Flygon and Gyarados. Here comes the good 
news, they all know Earthquake. The bad news is that they can float so they 
don't get hit by the move. Take out Pinsir with a Fire move and Gyarados with 
an electrical attack. Crobat and Gligar can be taken out with Psychic. For 
Flygon and Claydol, you'll want to use Surf. If you have a trained Mantine or a 
Misdreavus, you should have one of them out at all times. They won't get hit by 
Earthquake.

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4- Shadow Pokémon                                                        [A400]
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     4.1- What is a Shadow Pokémon?                                      [A401]
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Shadow Pokémon are genetically enhanced Pokémon. The gate to their heart was 
closed and they were turned into mean fighting machines. You'll have to purify 
them so that they'll become normal again. Rui will point out which Pokémon is a 
Shadow Pokémon but you can notice it quickly too. They usually have a higher
or lower level than their companions. You can't do many things with Shadow 
Pokémon. You can't change the order of their moves, you can't transfer them to 
Ruby or Sapphire and they only get their experience points back when you purify 
them.

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     4.2- Shadow Pokémon locations                                       [A402]
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These Shadow Pokémon are sorted on the order in which you encounter them. I'll 
list the second location too if I know it. You'll have multiple chances for 
multiple Pokémon but if you catch them immediately, you'll be certain that 
you'll get Ho-Oh at the end of the game.

>> Makuhita >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Makuhita is a level 30 Shadow Pokémon. It is a Fighting type Pokémon and it is 
the first Shadow Pokémon you encounter. It is owned by Mirror B. Peon Trudly. 
You can catch it in Phenac City. If you fail to catch it there, you'll have to 
go to the Mayor's House after beating the game.

>> Bayleef >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Bayleef is one of the three Gold/Silver starters you can get in this game.
Bayleef is owned by the green trainer Verde. You first find him in Phenac City.
If you fail to catch him there, you can fight him again at the Realgam
Colosseum but you only get once chance. If you catch Quilava in Phenac City,
you will find him in the Team Snagem Hideout. If you pick Croconaw, you'll find
Bayleef in the Shadow Pokémon Lab after beating the game.

>> Quilava >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Quilava is one of the three Gold/Silver starters you can get in this game.
Quilava is owned by the green trainer Rosso. You first find him in Phenac City.
If you fail to catch him there, you can fight him again at the Realgam
Colosseum but you only get once chance. If you catch Croconaw in Phenac City,
you will find him in the Team Snagem Hideout. If you pick Bayleef, you'll find
Quilava in the Shadow Pokémon Lab after beating the game.

>> Croconaw >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Croconaw is one of the three Gold/Silver starters you can get in this game.
Croconaw is owned by the green trainer Bluno. You first find him in Phenac
City. If you fail to catch him there, you can fight him again at the Realgam
Colosseum but you only get once chance. If you catch Bayleef in Phenac City,
you will find him in the Team Snagem Hideout. If you pick Quilava, you'll find
Bayleef in the Shadow Pokémon Lab after beating the game.

>> Furret >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Furret is property of Rogue Cail in Pyrite Town. You'll have multiple chances
to catch him because he remains at the entrance of Pyrite. He is level 33.

>> Misdreavus >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Misdreavus can be found in Pyrite Town and is level 30. He is property of
Rider Vant and will always remain in Pyrite Town.

>> Noctowl >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Noctowl can be found in Pyrite Town and is level 30. He is property of Rider
Nover and will always remain in Pyrite Town.

>> Flaafy >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Flaafy can be found in Pyrite Town and is level 30. He is property of Street
Performer Diogo and will always remain in Pyrite Town.

>> Skiploom >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Skiploom can be found in Pyrite Town and is level 30. He is property of Rider
Leba and will always remain in Pyrite Town.

>> Quagsire >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Quagsire can be found in Pyrite Town and is level 30. He is property of Bandana
Guy Divel and will always remain in Pyrite Town.

>> Slugma >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Slugma can be found in Pyrite Town and is level 30. He is property of Rollerboy
Lon and will always remain in Pyrite Town.

>> Yanma >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Yanma can be found in Pyrite Town and is level 33. He is property of Cipher
Peon Nore and will always remain in Pyrite Town or move to Team Snagem Hideout.

>> Remoraid >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Remoraid is a weak Shadow Pokémon, he is only level 20 and you can find him at
the top of the Cipher Hideout in Pyrite Town. He is owned by Mirror B Peon
Reath. You can find him again at the place where you fought Mirror B.

>> Mantine >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Mantine is a level 33 Pokémon and you can find him at the top of the Cipher
Hideout in Pyrite Town. He is owned by Mirror B Peon Ferma. You can find him
again at the place where you fought Mirror B.

>> Qwilfish >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Qwilfish can be found in Pyrite Town the first time you encounter him. After
that he moves to the Team Snagem Hideout. He is level 33 and is owned by Hunter
Doken.

>> Meditite >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Meditite can be found in Pyrite Town the first time you encounter him. After
that he moves to the Team Snagem Hideout. He is level 33 and is owned by Rider
Sosh.

>> Dunsparce >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Dunsparce can be found in Pyrite Town the first time you encounter him. After
that he moves to the Team Snagem Hideout. He is level 33 and is owned by Rider
Twan.

>> Swablu >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Swablu can be found in Pyrite Town the first time you encounter him. After
that he moves to the Team Snagem Hideout. He is level 33 and is owned by Hunter
Zato.

>> Sudowoodo >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Sudowoodo is property of Mirror B. You'll fight him in the Cipher Cave in
Pyrite Town. Later you'll have to fight him again in Realgam Tower and in the
Deep Colosseum. He is level 35.

>> Hitmontop >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Hitmontop is owned by Cipher Peon Cowap and is level 38. You'll encounter him
in Agate Village. Later you'll meet him again in the Team Snagem Hideout or the
Shadow Pokémon Lab until the Leader there is defeated.

>> Entei >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Entei is the first of the legendary dogs you have to catch. Like the other
dogs, he is level 40. He is owned by Cipher Admin Dakim and you'll get three
chances to catch him. The first chance is at Mt Battle, the second is at
Realgam Tower and finally, the second time you get to the fourth match in
Deep Colosseum.

>> Ledian >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Ledian is owned by Cipher Peon Kloak and is level 40. You'll find him in The
Under when you see Silva being captured. Later you'll meet him again in the
Team Snagem Hideout or the Shadow Pokémon Lab until the Leader there is
defeated.

>> Suicune >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Suicune is the second of the legendary dogs you have to catch. Like the other
dogs, he is level 40. He is owned by Cipher Admin Venus and you'll get three
chances to catch him. The first chance is in The Under, the second is at
Realgam Tower and finally, the third time you get to the fourth match in
Deep Colosseum.

>> Gligar >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Gligar is first found in The Under. His second location is the Team Snagem
Hideout. He is level 43 and owned by Hunter Frena.

>> Stantler >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Stantler is first found in The Under. His second location is the Team Snagem
Hideout. He is level 43 and owned by Chaser Liaks.

>> Piloswine >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Piloswine is first found in The Under. His second location is the Team Snagem
Hideout. He is level 43 and owned by Bodybuilder Lonia.

>> Sneasel >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Sneasel is first found in The Under. His second location is the Team Snagem
Hideout. He is level 43 and owned by Rider Nelis.

>> Aipom >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Aipom is a level 43 owned by Cipher Peon Cole. He can be found in the Shadow
Pokémon Lab the first time. Later you'll meet him again in the Team Snagem
Hideout or the Shadow Pokémon Lab until the Leader there is defeated.

>> Murkrow >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Murkrow is a level 43 owned by Cipher Peon Lare. He can be found in the Shadow
Pokémon Lab the first time. Later you'll meet him again in the Team Snagem
Hideout or the Shadow Pokémon Lab until the Leader there is defeated.

>> Forretress >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Forretress is a level 43 owned by Cipher Peon Vane. He can be found in the
Shadow Pokémon Lab the first time. Later you'll meet him again in the Team
Snagem Hideout or the Shadow Pokémon Lab until the Leader there is defeated.

>> Ariados >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Ariados is a level 43 owned by Cipher Peon Lesar. He can be found in the Shadow
Pokémon Lab the first time. Later you'll meet him again in the Team Snagem
Hideout or the Shadow Pokémon Lab until the Leader there is defeated.

>> Granbull >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Granbull is a level 43 owned by Cipher Peon Tanie. He can be found in the
Shadow Pokémon Lab the first time. Later you'll meet him again in the Team
Snagem Hideout or the Shadow Pokémon Lab until the Leader there is defeated.
This is the only one I didn't get from the first try.

>> Vibrava >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Vibrava is a level 43 owned by Cipher Peon Remil. He can be found in the Shadow
Pokémon Lab the first time. Later you'll meet him again in the Team Snagem
Hideout or the Shadow Pokémon Lab until the Leader there is defeated.

>> Raikou >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Raikou is the last of the legendary dogs you have to catch. Like the other
dogs, he is level 40. He is owned by Cipher Admin Ein and you'll get three
chances to catch him. The first chance is at the Shadow Pokémon Lab, the second
is at Realgam Tower and finally, the fourth time you get to the fourth match in
Deep Colosseum.

>> Delibird >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Delibird is owned by Cipher Peon Arton and is level 45. He can be found in
Realgam Tower the first time but he moves to the Shadow Pokémon Lab or the
Team Snagem Hideout. Don't beat the Leader of that area until you caught him.

>> Sunflora >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Sunflora is owned by Cipher Peon Baila and is level 45. He can be found in
Realgam Tower the first time but he moves to the Shadow Pokémon Lab or the
Team Snagem Hideout. Don't beat the Leader of that area until you caught him.

>> Heracross >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Heracross is owned by Cipher Peon Dioge and is level 45. He can be found in
Realgam Tower the first time but he moves to the Shadow Pokémon Lab or the
Team Snagem Hideout. Don't beat the Leader of that area until you caught him.

>> Skarmory >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Skarmory is according to most people the hardest to catch people. He is level
47 and is the Pokémon of your old boss Gonzap. After beating the game, he will
move to the Team Snagem Hideout. You'll have to beat the Leader in the Shadow
Pokémon Lab to get to him though. But watch out, if you beat the Leader, you'll
lose the chance to catch a couple of other Pokémon. Be sure you caught them
first.

>> Miltank >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Miltank is level 45. He is owned by one of the trainers at the Colosseum. He is
property of Bodybuilder Jomas and can be caught in the Tower Colosseum at the
top of Realgam Tower. You'll have multiple chances to catch him there.

>> Absol >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Absol is level 45. He is owned by one of the trainers at the Colosseum. He is
property of Rider Delan and can be caught in the Tower Colosseum at the
top of Realgam Tower. You'll have multiple chances to catch him there.

>> Houndoom >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Houndoom is level 45. He is owned by one of the trainers at the Colosseum. He 
is property of Cipher Peon Nella and can be caught in the Tower Colosseum at 
the top of Realgam Tower. You'll have multiple chances to catch him there.

>> Tropius >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Tropius is level 45. He is owned by one of the trainers at the Colosseum. He is
property of Cipher Peon Ston and can be caught in the Tower Colosseum at the
top of Realgam Tower. You'll have multiple chances to catch him there.

>> Metagross >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Metagross is the Shadow Pokémon with the second highest level, he is level 50.
He is owned by Cipher Admin Nascour and can be caught in the Tower Colosseum at
the top of Realgam Tower. You'll have multiple chances to catch him there.

>> Tyranitar >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Tyranitar is the Shadow Pokémon with the highest level, he is level 55. He is
owned by Cipher Head Evice and can be caught in the Tower Colosseum at the top
of Realgam Tower. You'll have multiple chances to catch him there. He is one of
the hardest Pokémon to catch.

>> Smeargle >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
He is owned by a Team Snagem member named Biden. He is level 45 and you'll find
him before your battle against Gonzap. You have multiple chances to catch him
there because he doesn't move.

>> Ursaring >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
He is owned by a Team Snagem member named Agrev. He is level 45 and you'll find
him before your battle against Gonzap. You have multiple chances to catch him
there because he doesn't move.

>> Shuckle >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Shuckle is a level 45 turtle that is owned by Deep King Agnol. You have to play
through the Deep Colosseum four times. Deep King is the fourth trainer the
fifth time. Before that, you'll see the four Cipher Admins again.

>> Togetic >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Togetic is the normal evolution of Togepi and is at level 20. He is at the end 
of the game so you'll have high level Pokémon. You'll have to bring along that 
Plusle to catch him and a couple of Nest Balls. He is owned by Shady Guy Wes. 
You'll find him in Outskirt Stand after beating Deep Colosseum. He is the last 
Shadow Pokémon.

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     4.3- Purifying Shadow Pokémon                                       [A403]
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To purify Shadow Pokémon you have to open the pathway to their heart. There
are multiple ways to do that. If you summon a Shadow Pokémon in a fight, the 
path will open. It is a good idea to let them start in multiple fights against 
weak trainers (like the ones in Pyrite Town around the town square). If you let 
them attack or call them when they are in Hyper Mode, they'll also lose a part 
of their Shadow Bar.

You can also open the door to their heart in a passive way. You just have to 
leave them in the Day Care but that will cost you a lot of money or give them 
Scent objects from the Cologne Case. There are also the rare Time Flutes. They 
can heal a Pokémon in one go but these are limited. The nature of a Pokémon has 
an effect on the process too.

After their heart is open, you have to go to the Relic Forest in Agate Village. 
You have to 'talk' to the stone and then you'll be able to choose the Pokémon 
that has to be cured. If you have a Time Flute, you'll have to go there too. 
Talk to the stone, select the flute, and cure the Pokémon.

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     4.4- Hyper Mode                                                     [A404]
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When Shadow Pokémon have entered Hyper Mode, they'll have a higher chance of 
getting a critical hit when they use Shadow Rush. In some cases, they won't use 
the move you suggested (when it is not Shadow Rush) or they'll attack your own 
Pokémon. You can't use objects on them either. You can heal them in the Pokémon 
Center. You can cancel Hyper Mode by using Call during a fight, giving them a 
scent, or leaving them in a Day Care. Sometimes, they'll leave Hyper Mode from 
their own will.

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5- Battling                                                              [A500]
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     5.1- Battle Screen                                                  [A501]
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Almost all fights in this game are two Vs two fights and they require you to
pay attention. At the start of each turn, you can choose which command you want 
to use. There are four commands: Fights, Pkmn, Items and Call. They all speak 
for themselves if you have played another Pokémon game or read the manual.

On the battle screen, you can see the level of your Pokémon on the left side
and those of your opponent on the right side. You can also see how many health 
they have left. If you let your two Pokémon attack the same Pokémon and the 
opponent faints after the first attack, the enemy might send out a new Pokémon. 
Your second Pokémon will attack the new Pokémon.

There are a couple of other important factors that you should keep an eye on 
like the number of HP and PP. If your HP reaches 0, your Pokémon faints. If the 
PP of one move is reduced to 0, you can't use that attack anymore until you 
visit a Pokémon Center. It also shows the gender of your Pokémon, which is 
important for attacks like Charm.

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     5.2- Snagging Pokémon                                               [A502]
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Team Snagem developed a portable snag machine that can turn Pokeballs into Snag 
balls. If you use those snag balls, you can steal Shadow Pokémon from their 
trainers to raise them. Catching Shadow Pokémon works just like in the Pokémon 
RPGs on the Game Boy. You have to weaken them and let them fall asleep. This 
will make it easier to catch them. You'll have multiple chances to catch most
of the Pokémon but if, you saved recently, it is better to reset your console
so that you can catch it immediately.

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     5.3- Type Advantages                                                [A503]
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              |
Effectiveness |
 - Less       |               Defending Pokémon Type
 + Super      |    (Shortened name, same order as with Attacking type)
 x Not        |
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              |
 Attacking    | B  D  D  E  F  F  F  G  G  G  I  N  P  P  R  S  W
  Pokémon     | U  R  G  L  I  I  L  H  R  R  C  R  S  S  C  T  A
  Type        | G  K  N  E  G  R  Y  O  S  O  E  M  N  Y  K  L  T
______________|________________________________________________________________
              |
 Bug          |    +        -  -  -  -  +           -  +     -
 Dark         |    -        -        +                 +     -
 Dragon       |       +                                      -
 Electric     |       -  -        +     -                       +
 Fighting     | -  +              -  x        +  +  -  -  +  +
 Fire         | +     -        -        +     +           -  +  -
 Flying       | +        -  +           +                 -  -
 Ghost        |    -                 +           x     +     -
 Grass        | -     -        -  -     -  +        -     +  -  +
 Ground       | -        +     +  x     -           +     +  +
 Ice          |       +        -  +     +  +  -              -  -
 Normal       |                      x                    -  -
 Poison       |                         +  -        -        x
 Psychic      |    x        +                       +  -     -
 Rock         | +           -  +  +        -  +              -
 Steel        |             -     -           +           +  -  -
 Water        |       -        +        -  +              +     -
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     5.4- Status ailments                                                [A504]
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There are several attacks that may cause a status ailment like Confuse Ray. 
There are also many attacks that may cause an ailment on some occasions. There 
are seven real status ailments.

       Poison          ---
                        The Pokémon loses a small amount of HP each turn. It
                        also loses 1 HP every time you take a certain amount of
                        steps outside of battle.
       Paralyze        ---
                        The speed of the Pokémon drops and the Pokémon will
                        sometimes be fully paralyzed and it won't be able to
                        attack.
       Sleep           ---
                        The Pokémon is asleep and can't move. It can be
                        withdrawn from the battlefield. The Pokémon awakens
                        after a few turns or when you call him.
       Freeze          ---
                        The Pokémon is frozen solid. It is a status effect like
                        sleep but it can't be healed by calling him.
       Burn            ---
                        The Pokémon loses a small amount of HP each turn just
                        like with Poison but the Pokémon isn't hurt outside of
                        battle.
       Faint           ---
                        The Pokémon's HP has reached 0 and it can't fight until
                        it is revived. This can be done for free in a Pokémon
                        Center.
       Confuse         ---
                        A confused Pokémon will sometimes attack it self. This
                        automatically cures after the fight is over.
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     5.5- Pokémon Nature and Stats                                       [A505]
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The nature of a Pokémon has an effect on how his attacks are raised. The nature 
of a Pokémon is entirely random so you won't know what you'll get until you 
purified it or caught it in Ruby/Sapphire. By using the effect of the nature on 
your stats, you can make Pokémon with high Attack rating, even better at 
attacking or raise their defense too. If there is a -, the stat will rise less 
than with a Hardy Nature, if it has a +, it will rise more than with a Hardy 
Nature. If there is nothing, the stats will rise on the same way as usual. All 
your stats remain unaffected if your Pokémon has an Hardy nature.
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         |        |         |       |                |
  Nature | Attack | Defense | Speed | Special Attack | Special Defense
_________|________|_________|_______|________________|_________________________
         |        |         |       |                |
Hardy    |        |         |       |                |
Quirky   |        |         |       |                |
Docile   |        |         |       |                |
Serious  |        |         |       |                |
Bashful  |        |         |       |                |
_________|________|_________|_______|________________|_________________________
         |        |         |       |                |
Lonely   | +      | -       |       |                |
Brave    | +      |         | -     |                |
Adamant  | +      |         |       | -              |
Naughty  | +      |         |       |                | -
_________|________|_________|_______|________________|_________________________
         |        |         |       |                |
Bold     | -      | +       |       |                |
Timid    | -      |         | +     |                |
Modest   | -      |         |       | +              |
Calm     | -      |         |       |                | +
_________|________|_________|_______|________________|_________________________
         |        |         |       |                |
Relaxed  |        | +       | -     |                |
Impish   |        | +       |       | -              |
Lax      |        | +       |       |                | -
_________|________|_________|_______|________________|_________________________
         |        |         |       |                |
Hasty    |        | -       | +     |                |
Mild     |        | -       |       | +              |
Gentle   |        | -       |       |                | +
_________|________|_________|_______|________________|_________________________
         |        |         |       |                |
Jolly    |        |         | +     | -              |
Naïve    |        |         | +     |                | -
_________|________|_________|_______|________________|_________________________
         |        |         |       |                |
Quiet    |        |         | -     | +              |
Sassy    |        |         | -     |                | +
_________|________|_________|_______|________________|_________________________
         |        |         |       |                |
Cheerful |        |         |       | -              | +
Rash     |        |         |       | +              | -
_________|________|_________|_______|________________|_________________________

You'll only get to the see the nature of a Pokémon after clearing the second
part of its bar so if you don't plan to use a Time Flute, you should always 
first clear a bit of their Shadow Bar.

Pokémon with a Docile, Lonely, Serious or Timid nature like to be called and 
will lose a big part of their bar then. Bashful, Calm, Careful, Gentle, Mild, 
Modest, Quirky, Relaxed, and Timid Pokémon like to be raised in the Day Care. 
Pokémon with a Adamant, Bold, Brave, Hardy, Impish, Lax, Lonely, Naive, Naughty 
or Sassy nature like it when you have them in your party.

Adamant, Bold, Brave, Calm, Hardy, Hasty, Impish, Jolly, Naughty, Quirky and 
Sassy Pokémon also like to be used in battle. On Bashful, Calm, Careful, 
Gentle, Hasty, Jolly, Lax, Lonely, Mild, Rash, Relaxed or Timid Pokémon you'll 
have to use scent items and massages. The Pokémon still lose a smaller part of 
their Shadow Bar when you use other methods.

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     5.6- Pokémon Strategy Memo                                          [A506]
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The Pokémon Strategy Memo shows a bit of data about all the Pokémon in Pokémon 
Colosseum. This game contains 260 Pokémon that you can see without trading. You 
can get an extra 12 by trading with Ruby/Sapphire. That includes Pokémon you 
need to breed or that are exclusive to Ruby/Sapphire. There is another Pokémon 
you can get, Jirachi but you need Pokémon channel for him. Not all of these 
Pokémon can be caught in the game. You'll see how many you have too. You can 
hear the Sound they make and see the abilities they have and their type. You 
need Pokémon from Fire Red/Leaf Green to get up to 385 if you have a Celebi. 
There is no way to get all 386 at the moment without cheating because you can't 
get Mew in any of the games.

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>> Abra >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Psychic
Class: Psi Pokémon
Abilities: Synchronize/Inner Focus
Height: 2'11"
Weight: 43lbs

>> Absol >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Dark
Class: Disaster Pokémon
Abilities: Pressure
Height: 3'11"
Weight: 103.6lbs

>> Aerodactyl >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Rock/Flying
Class: Fossil Pokémon
Abilities: Pressure/Rock Head
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 130.1lbs

>> Aggron >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Steel/Rock
Class: Iron Armor Pokémon
Abilities: Sturdy/Rock Head
Height: 2.1m
Weight: 360.0kg

>> Aipom >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Normal
Class: Long Tail Pokémon
Abilities: Run Away/Pick Up
Height: 2'07"
Weight: 25.4lbs

>> Alakazam >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Psychic
Class: Psi Pokémon
Abilities: Synchronize/Inner Focus
Height: 4'11"
Weight: 106lbs

>> Altaria >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Dragon/Flying
Class: Humming Pokémon
Abilities: Nature Cure
Height: 1.1m
Weight: 20.6kg

>> Ampharos >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Electric
Class: Light Pokémon
Abilities: Static
Height: 4'07"
Weight: 135.6lbs

>> Anorith >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Rock/Bug
Class: Old Shrimp Pokémon
Abilities: Battle Armor
Height: 2'04"
Weight: 27.6lbs

>> Arbok >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Poison
Class: Cobra Pokémon
Abilities: Shed Skin/Intimidate
Height: 11'06"
Weight: 143.3lbs

>> Arcanine >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Fire
Class: Legendary Pokémon
Abilities: Flash Fire/Intimidate
Height: 6'03"
Weight: 341.7lbs

>> Ariados >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Bug/Poison
Class: Long Leg Pokémon
Abilities: Insomnia/Swarm
Height: 3'07"
Weight: 73.9lbs

>> Armaldo >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Rock/Bug
Class: Plate Armor Pokémon
Abilities: Battle Armor
Height: 4'11"
Weight: 150.4lbs

>> Aron >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Steel/Rock
Class: Iron Armor Pokémon
Abilities: Sturdy/Rock Head
Height: 0.4m
Weight: 60.0kg

>> Articuno >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Ice/Flying
Class: Freeze Pokémon
Abilities: Pressure
Height: 5'07"
Weight: 122.1lbs

>> Azumarill >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water
Class: Aquarabbit Pokémon
Abilities: Thick Fat/Huge Power
Height: 2'07"
Weight: 63lbs

>> Azurill >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Normal
Class: Polka Dot Pokémon
Abilities: Thick Fat/Huge Power
Height: 0.2m
Weight: 2.0kg

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>> Bagon >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Dragon
Class: Rock Head Pokémon
Abilities: Rock Head
Height: 2'00"
Weight: 92.8lbs

>> Baltoy >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Ground/Psychic
Class: Clay Doll Pokémon
Abilities: Levitate
Height: 0.5m
Weight: 21.5kg

>> Banette >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Ghost
Class: Marionette Pokémon
Abilities: Insomnia
Height: 3'07"
Weight: 27.6lbs

>> Barboach >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water/Ground
Class: Whiskers Pokémon
Abilities: Oblivious
Height: 0.4m
Weight: 1.9kg

>> Bayleef >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Grass
Class: Leaf Pokémon
Abilities: Overgrow
Height: 3'11"
Weight: 34.8lbs

>> Beautifly >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Bug/Flying
Class: Butterfly Pokémon
Abilities: Swarm
Height: 1.0m
Weight: 28.4kg

>> Beedrill >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Bug/Poison
Class: Poison Bee Pokémon
Abilities: Swarm
Height: 3'03"
Weight: 65lbs

>> Beldum >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Steel/Psychic
Class: Iron Ball Pokémon
Abilities: Clear Body
Height: 2'00"
Weight: 209.9lbs

>> Bellossom >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Grass
Class: Flower Pokémon
Abilities: Chlorophyll
Height: 1'04"
Weight: 13lbs

>> Bellsprout >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Grass/Poison
Class: Flower Pokémon
Abilities: Chlorophyll
Height: 2'04"
Weight: 8.8lbs

>> Blastoise >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Water
Class: Turtle Pokémon
Abilities: Torrent
Height: 5'3"
Weight: 188.5lbs

>> Blaziken >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Fire/Fighting
Class: Raging Fire Pokémon
Abilities: Blaze
Height: 1.9m
Weight: 52.0kg

>> Blissey >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Normal
Class: Love Pokémon
Abilities: Natural Cure/Serene Grace
Height: 4'11"
Weight: 103.2lbs

>> Breloom >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Grass/Fight
Class: Mushroom Pokémon
Abilities: Effect Spore
Height: 1.2m
Weight: 39.2kg

>> Bulbasaur >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Grass/Poison
Class: Seed Pokémon
Abilities: Overgrow
Height: 2'04"
Weight: 15.2lbs

>> Butterfree >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Bug/Flying
Class: Butterfly Pokémon
Abilities: Compound Eyes
Height: 3'07"
Weight: 70.5lbs

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>> Cacnea >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Grass
Class: Cactus Pokémon
Abilities: Sand Veil
Height: 0.4m
Weight: 51.3kg

>> Cacturne >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Grass/Dark
Class: Cactus Pokémon
Abilities: Sand Veil
Height: 1.3m
Weight: 77.4kg

>> Camerupt >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Fire/Ground
Class: Eruption Pokémon
Abilities: Magna Armor
Height: 1.9m
Weight: 220.0kg

>> Carvanha >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water/Dark
Class: Savage Pokémon
Abilities: Rough Skin
Height: 0.8m
Weight: 20.8kg

>> Cascoon >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Bug
Class: Cocoon Pokémon
Abilities: Shed Skin
Height: 0.7m
Weight: 11.5kg

>> Castform >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Normal
Class: Weather Pokémon
Abilities: Forecast
Height: 1'00"
Weight: 1.08lbs

>> Caterpie >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Bug
Class: Worm Pokémon
Abilities: Shield Dust
Height: 1'00"
Weight: 6.4lbs

>> Celebi >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Grass/Psychic
Class: Time Travel Pokémon
Abilities: Natural Cure
Height: 2'00"
Weight: 11lbs

>> Chansey >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Normal
Class: Egg Pokémon
Abilities: Natural Cure/Serene Grace
Height: 3'07"
Weight: 76.3lbs

>> Charizard >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Fire/Flying
Class: Flame Pokémon
Abilities: Blaze
Height: 5'07"
Weight: 199.5lbs

>> Charmander >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Fire
Class: Lizard Pokémon
Abilities: Blaze
Height: 2'00"
Weight: 18.7lbs

>> Charmeleon >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Fire
Class: Flame Pokémon
Abilities: Blaze
Height: 3'07"
Weight: 41.9lbs

>> Chikorita >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Grass
Class: Leaf Pokémon
Abilities: Overgrow
Height: 2'11"
Weight: 14.1lbs

>> Chimecho >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Psychic
Class: Wind Chime Pokémon
Abilities: Levitate
Height: 2'00"
Weight: 2.2lbs

>> Chinchou >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water/Electric
Class: Angler Pokémon
Abilities: Volt Absorb/Illuminate
Height: 1'08"
Weight: 26lbs

>> Clamperl >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water
Class: Bivalve Pokémon
Abilities: Shell Armor
Height: 1'04"
Weight: 115.7lbs

>> Claydol >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Ground/Psychic
Class: Clay Doll Pokémon
Abilities: Levitate
Height: 1.5m
Weight: 108.0kg

>> Clefable >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Normal
Class: Fairy Pokémon
Abilities: Cute Charm
Height: 4'03"
Weight: 88.2lbs

>> Clefairy >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Normal
Class: Fairy Pokémon
Abilities: Cute Charm
Height: 2'00"
Weight: 16.5lbs

>> Cleffa >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Normal
Class: Star Shape Pokémon
Abilities: Cute Charm
Height: 1'00"
Weight: 6.6lbs

>> Cloyster >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Water/Ice
Class: Bivalve Pokémon
Abilities: Shell Armor
Height: 4'11"
Weight: 292.1lbs

>> Combusken >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Fire/Fight
Class: Young Fowl Pokémon
Abilities: Blaze
Height: 0.9m
Weight: 19.5kg

>> Corphish >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water
Class: Ruffian Pokémon
Abilities: Shell Armor/Hyper Cutter
Height: 0.6m
Weight: 11.5kg

>> Corsola >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water/Rock
Class: Coral Pokémon
Abilities: Hustle/Natural Cure
Height: 2'00"
Weight: 11lbs

>> Cradily >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Rock/Grass
Class: Barnacle Pokémon
Abilities: Suction Cups
Height: 1.5m
Weight: 60.4kg

>> Crawdaunt >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water/Dark
Class: Rogue Pokémon
Abilities: Shell Armor/Hyper Cutter
Height: 1.1m
Weight: 32.8kg

>> Crobat >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Poison/Flying
Class: Bat Pokémon
Abilities: Inner Focus
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 165.3lbs

>> Croconaw >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water
Class: Big Jaw Pokémon
Abilities: Torrent
Height: 3'07"
Weight: 55.1lbs

>> Cubone >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Ground
Class: Lonely Pokémon
Abilities: Lightning Rod/Rock Head
Height: 1'04"
Weight: 14.3lbs

>> Cyndaquil >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Fire
Class: Fire Mouse Pokémon
Abilities: Blaze
Height: 1'08"
Weight: 17.4lbs

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>> Delcatty >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Normal
Class: Calm Pokémon
Abilities: Cute Charm
Height: 1.1m
Weight: 32.6kg

>> Delibird >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Ice/Flying
Class: Delivery Pokémon
Abilities: Hustle
Height: 2'11"
Weight: 35.6lbs

>> Deoxys >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Psychic
Class: DNA Pokémon
Abilities: Pressure
Height: 5'05"
Weight: 134lbs

>> Dewgong >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Water/Ice
Class: Sea Lion Pokémon
Abilities: Thick Fat
Height: 5'07"
Weight: 264.6lbs

>> Diglett >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Ground
Class: Mole Pokémon
Abilities: Sand Veil/Arena Trap
Height: 0'08"
Weight: 1.8lbs

>> Ditto >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Normal
Class: Transform Pokémon
Abilities: Limber
Height: 1'00"
Weight: 8.8lbs

>> Dodrio >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Normal/Flying
Class: Triple Bird Pokémon
Abilities: Run Away
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 188lbs

>> Doduo >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Normal/Flying
Class: Twin Bird Pokémon
Abilities: Run Away
Height: 4'07"
Weight: 86lbs

>> Donphan >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Ground
Class: Armor Pokémon
Abilities: Sturdy
Height: 3'07"
Weight: 265lbs

>> Dragonair >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Dragon
Class: Dragon Pokémon
Abilities: Shed Skin
Height: 13'1"
Weight: 36.4lbs

>> Dragonite >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Dragon/Flying
Class: Dragon Pokémon
Abilities: Inner Focus
Height: 7'03"
Weight: 463lbs

>> Dratini >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Dragon
Class: Dragon Pokémon
Abilities: Shed Skin
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 7.3lbs

>> Drowzee >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Psychic
Class: Hypnosis Pokémon
Abilities: Insomnia
Height: 3'03"
Weight: 71.4lbs

>> Dugtrio >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Ground
Class: Mole Pokémon
Abilities: Sand Veil/Arena Trap
Height: 2'04"
Weight: 73.4lbs

>> Dunsparce >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Normal
Class: Land Snake Pokémon
Abilities: Run Away/Serene Grace
Height: 4'11"
Weight: 30.9lbs

>> Dusclops >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Ghost
Class: Beckon Pokémon
Abilities: Pressure
Height: 5'03"
Weight: 67.5lbs

>> Duskull >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Ghost
Class: Requiem Pokémon
Abilities: Levitate
Height: 2'07"
Weight: 33.1lbs

>> Dustox >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Bug/Poison
Class: Poison Moth Pokémon
Abilities: Shield Dust
Height: 1.2m
Weight: 31.6kg

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>> Eevee >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Normal
Class: Evolution Pokémon
Abilities: Run Away
Height: 1'00"
Weight: 14.3lbs

>> Ekans >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Poison
Class: Snake Pokémon
Abilities: Shed Skin/Intimidate
Height: 6'07"
Weight: 15.2lbs

>> Electabuzz >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Electric
Class: Electric Pokémon
Abilities: Static
Height: 3'07"
Weight: 66.1lbs

>> Electrike >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Electric
Class: Lightning Pokémon
Abilities: Static/Lightning Rod
Height: 0.6m
Weight: 15.2kg

>> Electrode >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Electric
Class: Ball Pokémon
Abilities: Soundproof/Static
Height: 3'11"
Weight: 147lbs

>> Elekid >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Electric
Class: Electric Pokémon
Abilities: Static
Height: 2'00"
Weight: 51.8lbs

>> Entei >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Fire
Class: Volcano Pokémon
Abilities: Pressure
Height: 6'11"
Weight: 436.5lbs

>> Espeon >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Psychic
Class: Sun Pokémon
Abilities: Synchronize
Height: 2'11"
Weight: 58.4lbs

>> Exeggcute >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Grass/Psychic
Class: Egg Pokémon
Abilities: Chlorophyll
Height: 1'04"
Weight: 5.5lbs

>> Exeggcutor >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Grass/Psychic
Class: Coconut Pokémon
Abilities: Chlorophyll
Height: 6'07"
Weight: 264.6lbs

>> Exploud >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Normal
Class: Loud Noise Pokémon
Abilities: Soundproof
Height: 1.5m
Weight: 84kg

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>> Farfetch'd >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Normal/Flying
Class: Wild Duck Pokémon
Abilities: Keen Eye/Inner Focus
Height: 2'07"
Weight: 33.1lbs

>> Fearow >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Normal/Flying
Class: Beak Pokémon
Abilities: Keen Eye
Height: 3'11"
Weight: 83.8lbs

>> Feebas >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water
Class: Fish Pokémon
Abilities: Swift Swim
Height: 2'00"
Weight: 16.3lbs

>> Feraligatr >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water
Class: Big Jaw Pokémon
Abilities: Torrent
Height: 7'07"
Weight: 195.8lbs

>> Flaaffy >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Electric
Class: Wool Pokémon
Abilities: Static
Height: 2'07"
Weight: 29.3lbs

>> Flareon >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Fire
Class: Flame Pokémon
Abilities: Flash Fire
Height: 2'01"
Weight: 55.1lbs

>> Flygon >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Ground/Dragon
Class: Mystic Pokémon
Abilities: Levitate
Height: 2.0m
Weight: 82kg

>> Forretress >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Bug/Steel
Class: Bagworm Pokémon
Abilities: Sturdy
Height: 3'11"
Weight: 277.3lbs

>> Furret >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Normal
Class: Long Body Pokémon
Abilities: Run Away/Keen Eye
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 71.6lbs

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>> Gardevoir >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Psychic
Class: Embrace Pokémon
Abilities: Synchronize/Trace
Height: 1.6m
Weight: 48.4kg

>> Gastly >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Ghost/Poison
Class: Gas Pokémon
Abilities: Levitate
Height: 4'03"
Weight: 0.2lbs

>> Gengar >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Ghost/Poison
Class: Shadow Pokémon
Abilities: Levitate
Height: 4'11"
Weight: 89.3lbs

>> Geodude >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Rock/Ground
Class: Rock Pokémon
Abilities: Sturdy/Rock Head
Height: 1'04"
Weight: 44lbs

>> Girafarig >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Normal/Psychic
Class: Long Neck Pokémon
Abilities: Inner Focus/Early Bird
Height: 4'11"
Weight: 91lbs

>> Glalie >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Ice
Class: Face Pokémon
Abilities: Inner Focus
Height: 4'11"
Weight: 565.5lbs

>> Gligar >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Ground/Flying
Class: Fly Scorpion Pokémon
Abilities: Sand Veil/Hyper Cutter
Height: 3'07"
Weight: 142.9lbs

>> Gloom >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Grass/Poison
Class: Weed Pokémon
Abilities: Chlorophyll
Height: 2'07"
Weight: 19lbs

>> Golbat >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Poison/Flying
Class: Bat Pokémon
Abilities: Inner Focus
Height: 5'03"
Weight: 121lbs

>> Goldeen >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water
Class: Goldfish Pokémon
Abilities: Swift Swim/Water Veil
Height: 2'00"
Weight: 33lbs

>> Golduck >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water
Class: Duck Pokémon
Abilities: Damp/Cloud Nine
Height: 5'07"
Weight: 169lbs

>> Golem >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Rock/Ground
Class: Megaton Pokémon
Abilities: Rock Head/Sturdy
Height: 4'07"
Weight: 662lbs

>> Gorebyss >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water
Class: South Sea Pokémon
Abilities: Swift Swim
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 49.8lbs

>> Granbull >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Normal
Class: Fairy Pokémon
Abilities: Intimidate
Height: 4'07"
Weight: 107.4lbs

>> Graveler >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Rock/Ground
Class: Rock Pokémon
Abilities: Rock Head/Sturdy
Height: 3'03"
Weight: 232lbs

>> Grimer >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Poison
Class: Sludge Pokémon
Abilities: Stench/Sticky Hold
Height: 2'11"
Weight: 66lbs

>> Groudon >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Ground
Class: Continent Pokémon
Abilities: Drought
Height: 11'06"
Weight: 2094lbs

>> Grovyle >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Grass
Class: Wood Gecko Pokémon
Abilities: Overgrow
Height: 2'11"
Weight: 48lbs

>> Growlithe >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Fire
Class: Puppy Pokémon
Abilities: Flash Fire/Intimidate
Height: 2'04"
Weight: 41.9lbs

>> Grumpig >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Psychic
Class: Manipulate Pokémon
Abilities: Thick Fat/Own Tempo
Height: 0.9m
Weight: 71.5kg

>> Gulpin >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Poison
Class: Stomach Pokémon
Abilities: Liquid Ooze/Sticky Hold
Height: 0.4m
Weight: 10.3kg

>> Gyarados >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water/Flying
Class: Atrocious Pokémon
Abilities: Intimidate
Height: 21'04"
Weight: 518lbs

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>> Hariyama >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Fight
Class: Thrust Pokémon
Abilities: Thick Fat/Guts
Height: 2.3m
Weight: 253.6kg

>> Haunter >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Ghost/Poison
Class: Gas Pokémon
Abilities: Levitate
Height: 5'03"
Weight: 0.2lbs

>> Heracross >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Bug/Fight
Class: Singlehorn Pokémon
Abilities: Swarm/Guts
Height: 4'11"
Weight: 120lbs

>> Hitmonchan >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Fight
Class: Punching Pokémon
Abilities: Keen Eye
Height: 4'7"
Weight: 110.7lbs

>> Hitmonlee >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Fight
Class: Kicking Pokémon
Abilities: Limber
Height: 4'11"
Weight: 109.8lbs

>> Hitmontop >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Fighting
Class: Handstand Pokémon
Abilities: Intimidate
Height: 4'07"
Weight: 105.8lbs

>> Ho-Oh >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Fire
Class: Rainbow Pokémon
Abilities: Pressure
Height: 12'06"
Weight: 138.7lbs

>> Hoothoot >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Normal/Flying
Class: Owl Pokémon
Abilities: Insomnia/Keen Eye
Height: 2'04"
Weight: 46.7lbs

>> Hoppip >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Grass/Flying
Class: Cottonweed Pokémon
Abilities: Chlorophyll
Height: 1'04"
Weight: 1.1lbs

>> Horsea >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water
Class: Dragon Pokémon
Abilities: Swift Swim
Height: 1'04"
Weight: 18lbs

>> Houndoom >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Dark/Fire
Class: Dark Pokémon
Abilities: Flash Fire/Early Bird
Height: 4'07"
Weight: 77.2lbs

>> Houndour >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Dark/Fire
Class: Dark Pokémon
Abilities: Flash Fire/Early Bird
Height: 2'00"
Weight: 23.8lbs

>> Huntail >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water
Class: Deep Sea Pokémon
Abilities: Swift Swim
Height: 5'07"
Weight: 59.5lbs

>> Hypno >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Psychic
Class: Hypnosis Pokémon
Abilities: Insomnia
Height: 5'03"
Weight: 166.7lbs

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>> Igglybuff >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Normal
Class: Balloon Pokémon
Abilities: Cute Charm
Height: 1'00"
Weight: 2lbs

>> Illumise >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Bug
Class: Firefly Pokémon
Abilities: Oblivious
Height: 0.6m
Weight: 17.7kg

>> Ivysaur >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Grass/Poison
Class: Seed Pokémon
Abilities: Overgrow
Height: 3'03"
Weight: 28.7lbs

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>> Jigglypuff >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Normal
Class: Balloon Pokémon
Abilities: Cute Charm
Height: 1'08"
Weight: 12lbs

>> Jynx >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Ice/Psychic
Class: Humanshape Pokémon
Abilities: Oblivious
Height: 3'03"
Weight: 71.4lbs

>> Jirachi >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Steel/Psychic
Class: Wish Pokémon
Abilities: Serene Grace
Height: 0'11"
Weight: 2,42lbs

>> Jolteon >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Electric
Class: Lightning Pokémon
Abilities: Volt Absorb
Height: 2'07"
Weight: 54lbs

>> Jumpluff >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Grass/Flying
Class: Cottonweed Pokémon
Abilities: Chlorophyll
Height: 2'07"
Weight: 6.6lbs

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>> Kabuto >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Rock/Water
Class: Shellfish Pokémon
Abilities: Swift Swim/Battle Armor
Height: 1'08"
Weight: 25.4lbs

>> Kabutops >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Rock/Water
Class: Shellfish Pokémon
Abilities: Swift Swim/Battle Armor
Height: 4'03"
Weight: 89.3lbs

>> Kadabra >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Psychic
Class: Psi Pokémon
Abilities: Synchronize/Inner Focus
Height: 4'03"
Weight: 125lbs

>> Kakuna >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Bug/Poison
Class: Cocoon Pokémon
Abilities: Shed Skin
Height: 2'00"
Weight: 22lbs

>> Kangaskhan >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Normal
Class: Parent Pokémon
Abilities: Early Bird
Height: 7'03"
Weight: 176.4lbs

>> Kecleon >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Normal
Class: Color Swap Pokémon
Abilities: Color Change
Height: 3'03"
Weight: 48.5lbs

>> Kingdra >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water/Dragon
Class: Dragon Pokémon
Abilities: Swift Swim
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 336lbs

>> Kingler >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Water
Class: Pincer Pokémon
Abilities: Shell Armor
Height: 4'03"
Weight: 132.3lbs

>> Kirlia >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Psychic
Class: Emotion Pokémon
Abilities: Trace/Synchronize
Height: 0.8m
Weight: 20.2Kg

>> Koffing >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Poison
Class: Poison Gas Pokémon
Abilities: Levitate
Height: 2'00"
Weight: 2lbs

>> Krabby >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Water
Class: River Crab Pokémon
Abilities: Shell Armor
Height: 1'04"
Weight: 14.3lbs

>> Kyogre >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water
Class: Sea Basin Pokémon
Abilities: Drizzle
Height: 14'09"
Weight: 776lbs

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>> Lairon >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Steel/Rock
Class: Iron Armor Pokémon
Abilities: Sturdy/Rock Head
Height: 0.9m
Weight: 120.0kg

>> Lanturn >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Electric/Water
Class: Light Pokémon
Abilities: Volt Absorb/Illuminate
Height: 3'11"
Weight: 50lbs

>> Lapras >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Water
Class: Transport Pokémon
Abilities: Shell Armor/Water Absorb
Height: 8'02"
Weight: 485lbs

>> Larvitar >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Rock/Ground
Class: Rock Skin Pokémon
Abilities: Guts
Height: 2'00"
Weight: 158.7lbs

>> Latias >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Dragon/Psychic
Class: Eon Pokémon 
Abilities: Levitate
Height: 4'07"
Weight: 88.2lbs

>> Latios >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Dragon/Psychic
Class: Eon Pokémon 
Abilities: Levitate
Height: 6'07"
Weight: 132.3lbs

>> Ledian >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Bug/Flying
Class: Five Star Pokémon 
Abilities: Swarm/Early Bird
Height: 4'03"
Weight: 78.5lbs

>> Ledyba >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Bug/Flying
Class: Five Star Pokémon 
Abilities: Swarm/Early Bird
Height: 3'03"
Weight: 23.8lbs

>> Lickitung >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Normal
Class: Licking Pokémon 
Abilities: Oblivous/Own Tempo
Height: 3'11"
Weight: 144.4lbs

>> Lileep >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Rock/Grass
Class: Sea Lily Pokémon 
Abilities: Suction Cups
Height: 1.0m
Weight:  23.8Kg

>> Linoone >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Normal
Class: Rush Pokémon 
Abilities: Pickup
Height: 0.5m
Weight: 32.5Kg

>> Lombre >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water/Grass
Class: Jolly Pokémon 
Abilities: Swift Swim/Rain Dish
Height: 1.2m
Weight: 32.5Kg

>> Lotad >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water/Grass
Class: Water Weed Pokémon 
Abilities: Swift Swim/Rain Dish
Height: 0.5m
Weight: 2.6Kg

>> Loudred >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Normal
Class: Big Voice Pokémon 
Abilities: Soundproof
Height: 1.0m
Weight: 40.5Kg

>> Ludicolo >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water/Grass
Class: Crowned Pokémon 
Abilities: Swift Swim/Rain Dish
Height: 1.5m
Weight: 55.0Kg

>> Lugia >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Psychic/Flying
Class: Diving Pokémon 
Abilities: Pressure
Height: 17'10"
Weight:  476.2lbs

>> Lunatone >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Rock/Psychic
Class: Meteorite Pokémon 
Abilities: Levitate
Height: 1.0m
Weight: 168Kg

>> Luvdisc >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water
Class: Rendezvous Pokémon 
Abilities: Swift Swim
Height: 2'00"
Weight: 19.2lbs

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>> Machamp >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Fight
Class: Superpower Pokémon
Abilities: Guts
Height: 5'03"
Weight: 287lbs

>> Machoke >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Fight
Class: Superpower Pokémon 
Abilities: Guts
Height: 4'11"
Weight: 155lbs

>> Machop >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Fight
Class: Superpower Pokémon
Abilities: Guts
Height: 2'07"
Weight: 43lbs

>> Magby >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Fire
Class: Live Coal Pokémon
Abilities: Flame Body
Height: 2'04"
Weight: 47.2lbs

>> Magcargo >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Fire/Rock
Class: Lava Pokémon
Abilities: Flame Body/Magma Armor
Height: 2'07"
Weight: 121lbs

>> Magikarp >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water
Class: Fish Pokémon
Abilities: Swift Swim
Height: 2'11"
Weight: 22lbs

>> Magmar >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Fire
Class: Spitfire Pokémon
Abilities: Flame Body
Height: 4'03"
Weight: 98.1lbs

>> Magnemite >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Electric/Steel
Class: Magnet Pokémon
Abilities: Sturdy/Magnet Pull
Height: 1'00"
Weight: 13lbs

>> Magneton >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Electric/Steel
Class: Magnet Pokémon
Abilities: Magnet Pull/Sturdy
Height: 3'03"
Weight: 132lbs

>> Makuhita >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Fight
Class: Guts Pokémon
Abilities: Thick Fat/Guts
Height: 1.0m
Weight: 86.4Kg

>> Manectric >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Electric
Class: Discharge Pokémon
Abilities: Static/Lightning Rod
Height: 1.5m
Weight: 40.2Kg

>> Mankey >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Fight
Class: Pig Monkey Pokémon
Abilities: Vital Spirit
Height: 1'08"
Weight: 61.7lbs

>> Mantine >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water/Flying
Class: Kite Pokémon 
Abilities: Swift Swim/Water Absorb
Height: 6'11"
Weight: 485lbs

>> Mareep >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Electric
Class: Wool Pokémon 
Abilities: Static
Height: 2'00"
Weight: 17.2lbs

>> Marill >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water
Class: Aquamouse Pokémon
Abilities: Thick Fat/Huge Power
Height: 1'04"
Weight: 18lbs

>> Marowak >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Ground
Class: Bone Keeper Pokémon 
Abilities: Rock Head/Lightning Rod
Height: 3'03"
Weight: 99.2lbs

>> Marshtomp >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water/Ground
Class: Mud Fish Pokémon 
Abilities: Torrent
Height: 0.7m
Weight: 28.0Kg

>> Masquerain >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Bug/Flying
Class: Eyeball Pokémon 
Abilities: Intimidate
Height: 0.8m
Weight: 3.6Kg

>> Mawile >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Steel
Class: Deceiver Pokémon
Abilities: Hyper Cutter/Intimidate
Height: 0.6m
Weight: 11.5Kg

>> Medicham >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Fight/Psychic
Class: Meditate Pokémon
Abilities: Pure Power
Height: 1.3m
Weight: 31.5Kg

>> Meditite >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Fight/Psychic
Class: Meditate Pokémon
Abilities: Pure Power
Height: 0.6m
Weight: 11.2Kg

>> Meganium >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Grass
Class: Herb Pokémon
Abilities: Overgrow
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 221.6lbs

>> Meowth >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Normal
Class: Sratch Cat Pokémon
Abilities: Pick Up
Height: 1'04"
Weight: 9.3lbs

>> Metagross >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Steel/Psychic
Class: Iron Leg Pokémon
Abilities: Clear Body
Height: 5'03"
Weight: 1212.5lbs

>> Metang >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Steel/Psychic
Class: Iron Claw Pokémon
Abilities: Clear Body
Height: 3'11"
Weight: 446.4lbs

>> Metapod >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Bug
Class: Cocoon Pokémon
Abilities: Shed Skin
Height: 2'04"
Weight: 21.8lbs

>> Mew >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Psychic
Class: Mew Specie Pokémon 
Abilities: Synchronize
Height: 1'04"
Weight: 8.8lbs

>> Mewtwo >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Psychic
Class: Genetic Pokémon
Abilities: Pressure
Height: 6'07"
Weight: 269lbs

>> Mightyena >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Dark
Class: Bite Pokémon 
Abilities: Intimidate
Height: 1.0m
Weight: 37.0Kg

>> Milotic >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water
Class: Tender Pokémon 
Abilities: Marvel Scale
Height: 20'04"
Weight: 357.1lbs

>> Miltank >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Normal
Class: Milk Cow Pokémon
Abilities: Thick Fat
Height: 3'11"
Weight: 166.4lbs

>> Minun >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Electric
Class: Cheering Pokémon
Abilities: Minus
Height: 0.4m
Weight: 4.2Kg

>> Misdreavus >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Ghost
Class: Screech Pokémon 
Abilities: Levitate
Height: 2'04"
Weight: 2.2lbs

>> Mr. Mime >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Psychic
Class: Barrier Pokémon 
Abilities: Soundproof
Height: 4'03"
Weight: 120.1lbs

>> Moltres >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Fire/Flying
Class: Flame Pokémon 
Abilities: Pressure
Height: 6'07"
Weight: 132.3lbs

>> Mudkip >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water
Class: Mud Fish Pokémon 
Abilities: Torrent
Height: 0.4m
Weight: 7.6Kg

>> Muk >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Poison
Class: Sludge Pokémon
Abilities: Stench/Sticky Hold
Height: 3'11"
Weight: 66lbs

>> Murkrow >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Dark/Flying
Class: Darkness Pokémon 
Abilities: Insomnia
Height: 1'08"
Weight: 4.6lbs

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>> Natu >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Psychic/Flying
Class: Little Bird Pokémon 
Abilities: Synchronize/Early Bird
Height: 0'08"
Weight: 4lbs

>> Nidoking >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Poison/Ground
Class: Drill Pokémon 
Abilities: Poison Point
Height: 4'07"
Weight: 136.7lbs

>> Nidoqueen >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Poison/Ground
Class: Drill Pokémon 
Abilities: Poison Point
Height: 4'03"
Weight: 132.3lbs

>> Nidoran (F) >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Poison
Class: Poison Pin Pokémon 
Abilities: Poison Point
Height: 1'04"
Weight: 15.4lbs

>> Nidoran (M) >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Poison
Class: Poison Pin Pokémon 
Abilities: Poison Point
Height: 1'08"
Weight: 19.8lbs

>> Nidorina >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Poison
Class: Poison Pin Pokémon 
Abilities: Poison Point
Height: 2'07"
Weight: 44.1lbs

>> Nidorino >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Poison
Class: Poison Pin Pokémon 
Abilities: Poison Point
Height: 2'11"
Weight: 43lbs

>> Nincada >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Bug/Ground
Class: Trainee Pokémon 
Abilities: Compound Eyes
Height: 0.5m
Weight: 5.5Kg

>> Ninetales >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Fire
Class: Fox Pokémon 
Abilities: Flash Fire
Height: 3'07"
Weight: 44lbs

>> Ninjask >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Bug/Flying
Class: Ninja Pokémon 
Abilities: Speed Boost
Height: 0.8m
Weight: 12.0Kg

>> Noctowl >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Normal/Flying
Class: Owl Pokémon
Abilities: Insomnia/Keen Eye
Height: 5'03"
Weight: 89.9lbs

>> Nosepass >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Rock
Class: Compass Pokémon 
Abilities: Sturdy/Magnet Pull
Height: 1.0m
Weight: 97.0Kg

>> Numel >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Fire/Ground
Class: Numb Pokémon
Abilities: Oblivious
Height: 0.7m
Weight: 24.0kg

>> Nuzleaf >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Grass/Dark
Class: Wily Pokémon
Abilities: Chlorophyll/Early Bird
Height: 1.0m
Weight: 28.0kg

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>> Octillery >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water
Class: Jet Pokémon 
Abilities: Suction Cups
Height: 2'11"
Weight: 62.8lbs

>> Oddish >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Grass/Poison
Class: Weed Pokémon 
Abilities: Chlorophyll
Height: 1'08"
Weight: 12lbs

>> Omanyte >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Rock/Water
Class: Spiral Pokémon 
Abilities: Shell Armor/Swift Swim
Height: 1'04"
Weight: 16.5lbs

>> Omastar >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Rock/Water
Class: Spiral Pokémon 
Abilities: Shell Armor/Swift Swim
Height: 3'03"
Weight: 77.2lbs

>> Onix >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Rock/Ground
Class: Rock Snake Pokémon 
Abilities: Sturdy/Rock Head
Height: 28'10"
Weight: 463lbs

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>> Paras >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Bug/Grass
Class: Mushroom Pokémon 
Abilities: Effect Spore
Height: 1'00"
Weight: 11.9lbs

>> Parasect >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Bug/Grass
Class: Mushroom Pokémon 
Abilities: Effect Spore
Height: 3'03"
Weight: 65lbs

>> Pelipper >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water/Flying
Class: Waterbird Pokémon 
Abilities: Keen Eye
Height: 1.2m
Weight: 28.0Kg

>> Persian >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Normal
Class: Classy Cat Pokémon 
Abilities: Limber
Height: 3'03"
Weight: 70.5lbs

>> Phanpy >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Ground
Class: Long Nose Pokémon 
Abilities: Pick Up
Height: 1'08"
Weight: 74lbs

>> Pichu >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Electric
Class: Tiny Mouse Pokémon 
Abilities: Static
Height: 1'00"
Weight: 4lbs

>> Pidgeot >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Normal/Flying
Class: Bird Pokémon 
Abilities: Keen Eye
Height: 4'11"
Weight: 87.1lbs

>> Pidgeotto >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Normal/Flying
Class: Bird Pokémon 
Abilities: Keen Eye
Height: 3'07"
Weight: 66.1lbs

>> Pidgey >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Normal/Flying
Class: Tiny Bird Pokémon 
Abilities: Keen Eye
Height: 1'00"
Weight: 4lbs

>> Pikachu >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Electric
Class: Mouse Pokémon 
Abilities: Static
Height: 1'04"
Weight: 13lbs

>> Piloswine >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Ice/Ground
Class: Swine Pokémon 
Abilities: Oblivious
Height: 3'07"
Weight: 123lbs

>> Pineco >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Bug
Class: Bagworm Pokémon 
Abilities: Sturdy
Height: 2'00"
Weight: 15.9lbs

>> Pinsir >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Bug
Class: Stagbeetle Pokémon 
Abilities: Hyper Cutter
Height: 4'11"
Weight: 121lbs

>> Plusle >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Electric
Class: Cheering Pokémon 
Abilities: Plus
Height: 0.4m
Weight: 4.2Kg

>> Politoed >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water
Class: Frog Pokémon 
Abilities: Damp/Water Absorb
Height: 3'07"
Weight: 74.7lbs

>> Poliwag >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Water
Class: Tadpole Pokémon 
Abilities: Damp/Water Absorb
Height: 2'00"
Weight: 27.3lbs

>> Poliwhirl >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Water
Class: Tadpole Pokémon 
Abilities: Damp/Water Absorb
Height: 3'03"
Weight: 44.1lbs

>> Poliwrath >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Water/Fight
Class: Tadpole Pokémon 
Abilities: Damp/Water Absorb
Height: 4'03"
Weight: 119lbs

>> Ponyta >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Fire
Class: Fire Horse Pokémon 
Abilities: Flash Fire/Run Away
Height: 3'03"
Weight: 66.1lbs

>> Poochyena >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Dark
Class: Bite Pokémon 
Abilities: Run Away
Height: 0.5m
Weight: 13.6Kg

>> Porygon >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Normal
Class: Virtual Pokémon 
Abilities: Trace
Height: 2'07"
Weight: 80.5lbs

>> Porygon2 >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Normal
Class: Virtual Pokémon 
Abilities: Trace
Height: 2'00"
Weight: 71.6lbs

>> Primeape >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Fight
Class: Pig Monkey Pokémon 
Abilities: Vital Spirit
Height: 3'03"
Weight: 70.5lbs

>> Psyduck >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water
Class: Duck Pokémon 
Abilities: Damp/Cloud Nine
Height: 2'07"
Weight: 43lbs

>> Pupitar >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Rock/Ground
Class: Hard Shell Pokémon 
Abilities: Shed Skin
Height: 3'11"
Weight: 335.1lbs

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>> Quagsire >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water/Ground
Class: Water Fish Pokémon 
Abilities: Damp/Water Absorb
Height: 4'07"
Weight: 165.3lbs

>> Quilava >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Fire
Class: Volcano Pokémon 
Abilities: Blaze
Height: 2'11"
Weight: 41.9lbs

>> Qwilfish >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water/Poison
Class: Balloon Pokémon 
Abilities: Swift Swim/Poison Point
Height: 1'08"
Weight: 8.6lbs

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>> Raichu >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Electric
Class: Mouse Pokémon 
Abilities: Static
Height: 2'07"
Weight: 66lbs

>> Raikou >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Electric
Class: Thunder Pokémon 
Abilities: Pressure
Height: 6'03"
Weight: 392.4lbs

>> Ralts >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Psychic
Class: Feeling Pokémon 
Abilities: Synchronize/Trace
Height: 0.4m
Weight: 6.6Kg

>> Rapidash >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Fire
Class: Fire Horse Pokémon 
Abilities: Flash Fire/Run Away
Height:  5'05"
Weight: 209.4lbs

>> Raticate >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Normal
Class: Mouse Pokémon 
Abilities: Guts/Run Away
Height: 2'04"
Weight: 40.8lbs

>> Rattata >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Normal
Class: Mouse Pokémon 
Abilities: Guts/Run Away
Height: 1'00"
Weight: 7.7lbs

>> Rayquaza >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Dragon/Flying
Class: Sky High Pokémon 
Abilities: Air Lock
Height: 23'00"
Weight: 455.2lbs

>> Regice >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Ice
Class: Ice Berg Pokémon 
Abilities: Clear Body
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 385.8lbs

>> Regirock >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Rock
Class: Rock Peak Pokémon 
Abilities: Clear Body
Height: 5'07"
Weight: 507.1lbs

>> Registeel >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Steel
Class: Iron Pokémon 
Abilities: Clear Body
Height: 6'03"
Weight: 451.9lbs

>> Relicanth >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water/Rock
Class: Longevity Pokémon 
Abilities: Swift Swim/Rock Head
Height: 3'03"
Weight: 51.6lbs

>> Remoraid >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water
Class: Jet Pokémon 
Abilities: Hustle
Height: 2'00"
Weight: 26.5lbs

>> Rhydon >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Ground/Rock
Class: Drill Pokémon 
Abilities: Rock Head/Lightning Rod
Height: 6'03"
Weight: 265lbs

>> Rhyhorn >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Ground/Rock
Class: Spikes Pokémon 
Abilities: Rock Head/Lightning Rod
Height: 3'03"
Weight: 254lbs

>> Roselia >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Grass/Poison
Class: Thorn Pokémon 
Abilities: Natural Cure/Poison Point
Height: 0.3m
Weight: 2.0Kg

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>> Sableye >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Dark/Ghost
Class: Darkness Pokémon 
Abilities: Keen Eye
Height: 0.5m
Weight: 11.0Kg

>> Salamence >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Dragon/Flying
Class: Dragon Pokémon 
Abilities: Intimidate
Height: 4'11"
Weight: 226.2lbs

>> Sandshrew >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Ground
Class: Mouse Pokémon 
Abilities: Sand Veil
Height: 2'00"
Weight: 26lbs

>> Sandslash >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Ground
Class: Mouse Pokémon 
Abilities: Sand Veil
Height: 3'03"
Weight: 65lbs

>> Sceptile >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Grass
Class: Forest Pokémon 
Abilities: Overgrow
Height: 5'7"
Weight: 115lbs

>> Scizor >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Bug/Steel
Class: Pincer Pokémon 
Abilities: Swarm
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 260.1lbs

>> Scyther >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Grass/Flying
Class: Mantis Pokémon 
Abilities: Swarm
Height: 4'11"
Weight: 123.5lbs

>> Seadra >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water
Class: Dragon Pokémon 
Abilities: Poison Point
Height: 3'11"
Weight: 55lbs

>> Seaking >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water
Class: Goldfish Pokémon 
Abilities: Swift Swim/Water Veil
Height: 4'03"
Weight: 86lbs

>> Sealeo >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Ice/Water
Class: Ball Roll Pokémon 
Abilities: Thick Fat
Height: 3'07"
Weight: 193.1lbs

>> Seedot >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Grass
Class: Acorn Pokémon 
Abilities: Chlorophyll/Early Bird
Height: 0.5m
Weight: 4Kg

>> Seel >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Water
Class: Sea Lion Pokémon 
Abilities: Thick Fat
Height: 3'07"
Weight: 198.4lbs

>> Sentret >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Normal
Class: Scout Pokémon 
Abilities: Run Away/Keen Eye
Height: 2'07"
Weight: 13.2lbs

>> Seviper >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Poison
Class: Fanged Snake Pokémon 
Abilities: Shed Skin
Height: 2.7m
Weight: 52.5Kg

>> Sharpedo >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water/Dark
Class: Brutal Pokémon 
Abilities: Rough Skin
Height: 1.8m
Weight: 88.8Kg

>> Shedinja >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Bug/Ghost
Class: Shed Pokémon 
Abilities: Wonder Guard
Height: 0.8m
Weight: 1.2Kg

>> Shelgon >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Dragon
Class: Endurance Pokémon 
Abilities: Rock Head
Height: 3'07"
Weight: 243.6lbs

>> Shellder >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Water
Class: Bivalve Pokémon 
Abilities: Shell Armor
Height: 1'00"
Weight: 8.8lbs

>> Shiftry >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Grass/Dark
Class: Malicious Pokémon 
Abilities: Early Bird/Chlorophyll
Height: 1.0m
Weight: 28.0Kg

>> Shroomish >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Grass
Class: Mushroom Pokémon 
Abilities: Effect Spore
Height: 0.4m
Weight: 4.5Kg

>> Shuckle >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Bug/Rock
Class: Mold Pokémon 
Abilities: Sturdy
Height: 2'00"
Weight: 45.2lbs

>> Shuppet >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Ghost
Class: Puppet Pokémon 
Abilities: Insomnia
Height: 2'00"
Weight: 5.1lbs

>> Silcoon >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Bug
Class: Cocoon Pokémon 
Abilities: Shed Skin
Height: 0.6m
Weight: 10.0Kg

>> Skarmory >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Steel/Flying
Class: Armor Bird Pokémon 
Abilities: Keen Eye/Sturdy
Height: 5'07"
Weight: 112lbs

>> Skiploom >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Grass/Flying
Class: Cottonweed Pokémon 
Abilities: Chlorophyll
Height: 2'00"
Weight: 2.2lbs

>> Skitty >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Normal
Class: Kitten Pokémon 
Abilities: Cute Charm
Height: 0.6m
Weight: 11.0Kg

>> Slaking >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Normal
Class: Lazy Pokémon 
Abilities: Truant
Height: 2.0m
Weight: 130.5Kg

>> Slakoth >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Normal
Class: Slacker Pokémon 
Abilities: Truant
Height: 0.8m
Weight: 24.0Kg

>> Slowbro >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Water/Psychic
Class: Hermit Crab Pokémon 
Abilities: Own Tempo/Oblivious
Height: 5'3"
Weight: 173.1lbs

>> Slowking >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water/Psychic
Class: Royal Pokémon 
Abilities: Own Tempo/Oblivious
Height: 6'07"
Weight: 175.3lbs

>> Slowpoke >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Water/Psychic
Class: Dopey Pokémon 
Abilities: Own Tempo/Oblivious
Height: 3'11"
Weight: 79.4lbs

>> Slugma >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Fire
Class: Lava Pokémon 
Abilities: Flame Body/Magna Armor
Height: 2'03"
Weight: 77lbs

>> Smeargle >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Normal
Class: Painter Pokémon 
Abilities: Own Temp
Height: 3'11"
Weight: 127.9lbs

>> Smoochum >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Ice/Psychic
Class: Kiss Pokémon 
Abilities: Oblivious
Height: 1'04"
Weight: 13.2lbs

>> Sneasel >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Dark/Ice
Class: Sharp Claw Pokémon 
Abilities: Inner Focus/Keen Eye
Height: 2'11"
Weight: 61.7lbs

>> Snorlax >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Normal
Class: Sleeping Pokémon 
Abilities: Immunity/Thick Fat
Height: 6'11"
Weight: 1041.1lbs

>> Snorunt >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Ice
Class: Snow Hat Pokémon 
Abilities: Inner Focus
Height: 2'04"
Weight: 37lbs

>> Snubull >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Normal
Class: Fairy Pokémon 
Abilities: Intimidate/Run Away
Height: 2'00"
Weight: 17.2lbs

>> Solrock >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Rock/Psychic
Class: Meteorite Pokémon 
Abilities: Levitate
Height: 1.2m
Weight: 154Kg

>> Spearow >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Normal/Flying
Class: Tiny Bird Pokémon 
Abilities: Keen Eye
Height: 1'00"
Weight: 4.4lbs

>> Spheal >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Ice/Water
Class: Clap Pokémon 
Abilities: Thick Fat
Height: 2'07"
Weight: 87.1lbs

>> Spinarak >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Bug/Poison
Class: String Spit Pokémon 
Abilities: Insomnia/Swarm
Height: 1'08"
Weight: 18.7lbs

>> Spinda >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Normal
Class: Spot Panda Pokémon 
Abilities: Own Pace
Height: 1.1m
Weight: 5.0Kg

>> Spoink >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Psychic
Class: Bounce Pokémon 
Abilities: Thick Fat/Own Tempo
Height: 0.7m
Weight: 30.6Kg

>> Squirtle >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Water
Class: Tiny Turtle Pokémon 
Abilities: Torrent
Height: 1'8"
Weight: 19.8lbs

>> Stantler >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Normal
Class: Big Horn Pokémon 
Abilities: Intimidate
Height: 4'07"
Weight: 157lbs

>> Starmie >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water/Psychic
Class: Mysterious Pokémon
Abilities: Natural Cure/Illuminate
Height: 3'07"
Weight: 176lbs

>> Staryu >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water
Class: Starshape Pokémon 
Abilities: Natural Cure/Illuminate
Height: 2'07"
Weight: 76lbs

>> Steelix >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Steel/Ground
Class: Iron Snake Pokémon 
Abilities: Sturdy/Rock Head
Height: 30'02"
Weight: 881.8lbs

>> Sudowoodo >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Rock
Class: Imitation Pokémon 
Abilities: Rock Head/Sturdy
Height: 3'11"
Weight: 83.8lbs

>> Suicune >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water
Class: Aurora Pokémon 
Abilities: Pressure
Height: 6'07"
Weight: 412.3lbs

>> Sunflora >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Grass
Class: Sun Pokémon 
Abilities: Chlorophyll
Height: 2'07"
Weight: 18.7lbs

>> Sunkern >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Grass
Class: Seed Pokémon 
Abilities: Chlorophyll
Height: 1'00"
Weight: 4lbs

>> Surskit >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Bug/Water
Class: Pond Skater Pokémon 
Abilities: Swift Swim
Height: 0.5m
Weight: 1.7Kg

>> Swablu >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Normal/Flying
Class: Cotton Bird Pokémon 
Abilities: Natural Cure
Height: 0.4m
Weight: 1.2Kg

>> Swalot >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Poison
Class: Poison Bag Pokémon 
Abilities: Liquid Ooze/Sticky Hold
Height: 1.7m
Weight: 80Kg

>> Swampert >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water/Ground
Class: Mud Fish Pokémon 
Abilities: Torrent
Height: 1.5m
Weight: 81.9Kg

>> Swellow >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Normal/Flying
Class: Swallow Pokémon 
Abilities: Guts
Height: 0.7m
Weight: 19.8Kg

>> Swinub >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Ice/Ground
Class: Pig Pokémon 
Abilities: Oblivious
Height: 1'04"
Weight: 14.3lbs

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>> Taillow >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Normal/Flying
Class: Tiny Swallow Pokémon 
Abilities: Guts
Height: 0.3m
Weight: 2.3Kg

>> Tangela >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Grass
Class: Vine Pokémon 
Abilities: Chlorophyll
Height: 3'03"
Weight: 7.2lbs

>> Taurus >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Normal
Class: Wild Bull Pokémon 
Abilities: Intimidate
Height: 4'07"
Weight: 194.9lbs

>> Teddiursa >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Normal
Class: Little Bear Pokémon 
Abilities: Pick Up
Height: 2'00"
Weight: 19.4lbs

>> Tentacool >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water/Poison
Class: Jellyfish Pokémon 
Abilities: Clear Body/Liquid Ooze
Height: 2'11"
Weight: 100lbs

>> Tentacruel >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water/Poison
Class: Jellyfish Pokémon 
Abilities: Liquid Ooze/Clear Body
Height: 5'03"
Weight: 121lbs

>> Togepi >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Normal
Class: Spike Ball Pokémon 
Abilities: Serene Grace/Hustle
Height: 1'00"
Weight: 3.3lbs

>> Togetic >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Normal/Flying
Class: Heart Pokémon 
Abilities: Serene Grace/Hustle
Height: 2'00"
Weight: 7.1lbs

>> Torchic >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Fire
Class: Chick Pokémon 
Abilities: Blaze
Height: 1'4"
Weight: 6lbs

>> Torkoal >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Fire
Class: Coal Pokémon 
Abilities: White Smoke
Height: 0.5m
Weight: 80.4Kg

>> Totodile >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water
Class: Big Jaw Pokémon 
Abilities: Torrent
Height: 2'00"
Weight: 20.9lbs

>> Trapinch >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Ground
Class: Ant Pit Pokémon 
Abilities: Hyper Cutter/Arena Trap
Height: 0.7m
Weight: 15.0Kg

>> Treecko >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Grass
Class: Wood Gecko Pokémon 
Abilities: Overgrow
Height: 1'8"
Weight: 11lbs

>> Tropius >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Grass/Flying
Class: Fruit Pokémon 
Abilities: Chlorophyll
Height: 6'07"
Weight: 220.5lbs

>> Typhlosion >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Fire
Class: Volcano Pokémon 
Abilities: Blaze
Height: 5'07"
Weight: 175.3lbs

>> Tyranitar >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Rock/Dark
Class: Armor Pokémon 
Abilities: Sand Stream
Height: 6'07"
Weight: 445.3lbs

>> Tyrogue >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Fight
Class: Scuffle Pokémon 
Abilities: Guts
Height: 2'04"
Weight: 16.3lbs

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>> Umbreon >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Dark
Class: Moonlight Pokémon
Abilities: Synchronize
Height: 3'03"
Weight: 59.5lbs

>> Unown >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Psychic
Class: Symbol Pokemon
Abilities: Levitate 
Height: 1'08"
Weight: 11lbs

>> Ursaring >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Normal
Class: Hibernator Pokémon
Abilities: Guts
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 277.3lbs

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>> Vaporeon >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water
Class: Bubble Jet Pokémon 
Abilities: Water Absorb Pokémon 
Height: 3'03"
Weight: 63.9lbs

>> Venomoth >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Bug/Poison
Class: Poison Moth Pokémon 
Abilities: Compound Eyes
Height: 4'11"
Weight: 27.6lbs

>> Venonat >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Bug/Poison
Class: Insect Pokémon 
Abilities: Compound Eyes
Height: 3'03"
Weight: 66.1lbs

>> Venusaur >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Grass/Poison
Class: Seed Pokémon 
Abilities: Overgrow
Height: 6'07"
Weight: 220.5lbs

>> Vibrava >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Ground/Dragon
Class: Vibration Pokémon 
Abilities: Levitate
Height: 1.1m
Weight: 15.3Kg

>> Victreebell >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Grass/Poison
Class: Flycatcher Pokémon 
Abilities: Chlorophyll
Height: 5'07"
Weight: 34.2lbs

>> Vigoroth >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Normal
Class: Wild Monkey Pokémon 
Abilities: Vital Spirit
Height: 1.4m
Weight: 46.5Kg

>> Vileplume >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Grass/Poison
Class: Flower Pokémon 
Abilities: Chlorophyll
Height: 3'11"
Weight: 41lbs

>> Volbeat >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Bug
Class: Firefly Pokémon 
Abilities: Illuminate/Swarm
Height: 0.7m
Weight: 17.7Kg

>> Voltorb >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Electric
Class: Ball Pokémon 
Abilities: Soundproof/Static
Height: 1'08"
Weight: 23lbs

>> Vulpix >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Fire
Class: Fox Pokémon 
Abilities: Flash Fire
Height: 2'00"
Weight: 22lbs

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>> Wailmer >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water
Class: Ball Whale Pokémon 
Abilities: Water Veil/Oblivious
Height: 2.0m
Weight: 130.0Kg

>> Wailord >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water
Class: Float Whale Pokémon 
Abilities: Water Veil/Oblivious
Height: 14.5m
Weight: 398.0Kg

>> Walrein >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Ice/Water
Class: Ice Break Pokémon 
Abilities: Thick Fat
Height: 4'07"
Weight: 332lbs

>> Wartortle >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Water
Class: Turtle Pokémon 
Abilities: Torrent
Height: 3'3"
Weight: 49.6lbs

>> Weedle >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Bug/Poison
Class: Hairy Pokémon 
Abilities: Shield Dust
Height: 1'00"
Weight: 7.1lbs

>> Weepinbell >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Grass/Poison
Class: Flycatcher Pokémon 
Abilities: Chlorophyll
Height: 3'03"
Weight: 14.1lbs

>> Weezing >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Poison
Class: Poison Gas Pokémon 
Abilities: Levitate
Height: 3'11"
Weight: 21lbs

>> Whiscash >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water/Ground
Class: Whiskers Pokémon 
Abilities: Oblivious
Height: 0.9m
Weight: 23.6Kg

>> Whismur >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Normal
Class: Whisper Pokémon 
Abilities: Soundproof
Height: 0.6m
Weight: 16.3Kg

>> Wigglytuff >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Normal
Class: Balloon Pokémon 
Abilities: Cute Charm
Height: 3'03"
Weight: 26lbs

>> Wingull >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water/Flying
Class: Seagull Pokémon 
Abilities: Keen Eye
Height: 0.6m
Weight: 9.5Kg

>> Wobbuffet >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Psychic
Class: Patient Pokémon 
Abilities: Shadow Tag
Height: 4'03"
Weight: 63lbs

>> Wooper >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Water/Ground
Class: Water Fish Pokémon 
Abilities: Damp/Water Absorb
Height: 1'04"
Weight: 18.7lbs

>> Wurmple >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Bug
Class: Worm Pokémon 
Abilities: Shield Dust
Height: 0.3m
Weight: 3.6Kg

>> Wynaut >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Psychic
Class: Bright Pokémon 
Abilities: Shadow Tag
Height: 2'00"
Weight: 30.9lbs

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>> Xatu >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Psychic/Flying
Class: Mystic Pokémon
Abilities: Early Bird/Synchronize
Height: 4'11"
Weight: 33lbs

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>> Yanma >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Bug/Flying
Class: Clear Wing Pokémon
Abilities: Speed Boost/Compound Eyes
Height: 3'11"
Weight: 83.8lbs

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>> Zangoose >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Normal
Class: Cat Ferret Pokémon
Abilities: Immunity
Height: 1.3m
Weight: 40.3kg

>> Zapdos >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 
Type: Electric/Flying
Class: Electric Pokémon
Abilities: Pressure
Height: 5'03"
Weight: 116lbs

>> Zigzagzoon >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Normal
Class: Tiny Raccoon Pokémon
Abilities: Pickup
Height: 0.4m
Weight: 17,5kg

>> Zubat >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Type: Poison/Flying
Class: Bat Pokémon
Abilities: Inner Focus
Height: 2'07"
Weight: 17lbs

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     5.7- Individual and Effort Values                                   [A507]
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>> Individual Values >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Every Pokémon has his own Individual Value or that ranges between 1 and 13. You 
can't change the IV so if you want to raise the stats of your Pokémon properly. 
Pokémon that you breed yourself have a higher chance of having good IV but that 
won't work always. There are a couple of good FAQs on IV and EV on GameFAQs 
that explain it better.

>> Effort Values >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
You can get these by battling other Pokémon. A Pokémon can gain up to 510 EV 
with a maximum of 255 in a stat. In the older games, you could gain an infinite 
amount of EV which made the difference between Rare Candy raised Pokémon and 
trained Pokémon so big. You don't have to worry about that anymore when you 
have 510 EV in these games. 

Each time a Pokémon fights another Pokémon, he gets a certain amount of EV. It 
doesn't matter how long he fought as long has he is been in the battle. You 
could bring out all Pokémon and they would all get the full amount. If a 
Pokémon is wearing the Macho Brace, the amount of EV he gets is doubled. If a 
Pokémon suffers from Pokerus, the amount will be doubled too so make sure all 
your Pokémon get infected if one is 'sick'.

You can also get Effort Points by using items like Protein. They give you ten 
EV but you can gain 100 EV maximum. Some Pokémon give more than 1 EV when you 
fight them. Evolved forms usually give more EV like Charizard gives 3. Each 
Pokémon gives EV in his own characteristic so you can decide which stats you 
want to raise. 

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6- Menu Screen                                                           [A600]
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     6.1- Pokémon                                                        [A601]
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Here you can view all the data about your Pokémon like what there moves are,
how strong they are and what their nature is. You can also switch the order
what is important in certain fights. You can also give your Pokémon an item to 
hold. That way, it may give some extra benefits like with Exp Share.

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     6.2- P*DA                                                           [A602]
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The P*DA is a multi tasking machine. P*DA is short for Personal Digital 
Assistant and there are devices that look like that in real life too. You can 
view your name and your ID number next to your picture in the P*DA. At the
right side you can view how much money you have in Poke Dollars and the number 
of Poke Coupons you have earned, you earn them at Mt Battle. You can also view 
how long you have been playing.

You can also view a list of the Pokémon you have snagged. Pokémon that are 
purified are marked with a clear Pokeball, Shadow Pokémon will be marked with a 
dark Pokeball. Pokémon that you haven't snagged won't have an icon. You can
also see from whom you snagged him.

The next thing is the strategy memo. You can get information about all the 
Pokémon you have met from the teacher in the Pre-Gym in Phenac City. The 
strategy memo won't be updated automatically so you'll have to go back 
regularly.

The last thing in the P*DA is Wes' mail. In the previous parts, people could 
always call our hero but Nintendo saw how popular mail got and now Wes has a 
connection to a mail server. You'll get multiple, important mails during the 
game like from Eagun, Rui's grandfather.

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     6.3- PC                                                             [A603]
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The PC can be found in all of the Pokémon Centers and in all the Break Rooms at 
Mt Battle. There are also a couple of other locations with PCs. You need to use 
a PC to Save your game, store items you don't need directly on a PC or store 
Pokémon on your PC. You can store up to 90 Pokémon. But technically, you can 
only store 52 Pokémon because you can't catch more Pokémon in this game and you 
can't give Pokémon from Ruby to Colosseum, you need to trade them.

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7- Items                                                                 [A700]
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     7.1- Items                                                          [A701]
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You can't get all of these items in Pokémon Colosseum. You can get all these 
items by trading with other versions of Pokémon (Ruby-Sapphire-Leaf Green-Fire 
Red). It might be noted that some items don't have an effect in Pokémon 
Colosseum like Repel.
_______________________________________________________________________________
                |
 Item           | Effect
________________|______________________________________________________________
                |
 Amulet Coin    | Doubles money won in battle (hold)
 Antidote       | Heals the Poison Status effect.
 Awakening      | Heals the Sleep Status effect.
 Bead Mail      | None
 Black Belt     | Raises strength of Fighting Type moves.
 Black Glasses  | Raises strength of Dark Type moves.
 Black Flute    | Repels Wild Pokémon.
 Blue Flute     | Wakes up Pokémon.
 Blue Scarf     | Increases Beauty rating (hold).
 Blue Shard     | Needed to get the Water Stone.
 Bright Powder  | Lowers opponents Accuracy (hold).
 Burn Heal      | Heals the Burn Status Effect.
 Calcium        | Raises Special Attack.
 Carbos         | Raises Speed.
 Charcoal       | Raises strength of Fire Type moves.
 Cleanse Tag    | Encounter less wild Pokémon.
 Deep Sea Scale | Trade Evolution item.
 Deep Sea Tooth | Trade Evolution item.
 Dire Hit       | Raises Critical Hit rate in battle.
 Dragon Fang    | Raises strength of Dragon Type moves.
 Dragon Scale   | Evolution item.
 Elixir         | Heals 10 PP of all moves.
 Energy Root    | Heals 200 HP but doesn't taste good.
 Energy Powder  | Heals 50 HP.
 Escape Rope    | Escape from a cave or buildings.
 Ether          | Heals 10 PP of one move.
 Everstone      | Stops a Pokémon with this item from evolving.
 Exp. Share     | The Pokémon with this item will gain experience points.
 Fire Stone     | Evolution item.
 Fluffy Tail    | Escape from Wild Pokémon.
 Focus Band     | Can prevent fainting.
 Fresh Water    | Heals 50 HP.
 Full Heal      | Heals all Status effects.
 Full Restore   | Completely heals a Pokémon (status effects and HP)
 Glitter Mail   | None
 Green Scarf    | Increases smartness (hold).
 Green Shard    | Needed to get the Leaf Stone.
 Guard Spec.    | Stats won't be reduced during battle.
 Harbor Mail    | None
 Hard Stone     | Raises strength of Rock Type moves.
 Heal Powder    | Heals all Status effects.
 Heart Scale    | Needed in Ruby/Sapphire.
 HP Up          | Raises the Maximum HP of a Pokémon.
 Hyper Potion   | Heals 200 hp.
 Ice Heal       | Heals the Freeze Status Effect.
 Iron           | Raises Defense.
 Kings Rock     | An item that might evolve a Pokémon when trading.
 Lava Cookie    | Cures status effects.
 Lax Incense    | Lowers Accuracy of the enemy.
 Leaf Stone     | Evolution Item.
 Leftovers      | An hold item that heals 1/16 of the HP every turn.
 Lemonade       | Heals part of Pokémon's HP.
 Light Ball     | Raises strength of Electric Type moves.
 Macho Brace    | Raising stats is easier.
 Magnet         | Raises strength of Electricity Type moves.
 Max Elixir     | Heals PP of every move fully.
 Max Ether      | Heals PP of one move fully.
 Max Potion     | Heals a Pokémon's HP completely.
 Max Repel      | Repels Wild Pokémon for 250 steps.
 Max Revive     | Brings a fainted Pokémon back with full health.
 Mech Mail      | None
 Metal Coat     | Raises strength of Steel Type moves.
 Miracle Seed   | Raises strength of Grass Type moves.
 Moon Stone     | Evolution item.
 Mystic Water   | Raises strength of Water Type moves.
 NeverMeltIce   | Raises strength of Ice Type moves.
 Nugget         | A useless item that is very expensive.
 Orange Mail    | None
 Parlyse heal   | Heals the Paralyze Status effect.
 Pink Scarf     | Increases Cuteness 'hold).
 Poison Barb    | Raises strength of Poison Type moves.
 Potion         | Heals 20 HP.
 PP Max         | Raises PP of one move to the maximum.
 PP up          | Raises PP of a move with one.
 Protein        | Raises Attack.
 Quick Claw     | Chances a Pokémon will get the first hit in battle.
 Rare Candy     | Raises a Pokémon's level by one.
 Red Flute      | Restores Attract Status.
 Red Scarf      | Increases Coolness (hold).
 Red Shard      | Needed in Ruby/Sapphire.
 Repel          | Repels Wild Pokémon for 100 steps.
 Revival Herb   | Brings a fainted Pokémon back with half of its health.
 Revive         | Brings a fainted Pokémon back with half of its health.
 Scope Lens     | Raises Critical Hit rate in battle.
 Sea Incense    | Raises strength of Water Type moves.
 Shadow Mail    | None.
 Sharp Beak     | Raises strength of Flying Type moves.
 Shell Bell     | Regain health when attacking.
 Shoal Salt     | Needed in Ruby/Sapphire.
 Shoal Shell    | Needed in Ruby/Sapphire.
 Silk Scarf     | Raises strength of Normal Type moves.
 Silver Powder  | Raises strength of Bug Type moves.
 Smoke Ball     | Escape from Wild Pokémon.
 Soda Pop       | Heals part of Pokémon's HP.
 Soft Sand      | Raises strength of Ground Type moves.
 Sooth bell     | Raises Happiness if you let a Pokémon hold it.
 Spell Tag      | Raises strength of Ghost Type moves.
 Star Piece     | None.
 Stardust       | None.
 Sun Stone      | Evolution item.
 Super Potion   | Heals 50 HP.
 Super Repel    | Repels Wild Pokémon for 200 steps.
 Thunderstone   | Evolution item.
 Time Flute     | Can Purify a Pokémon.
 Tropic Mail    | None.
 Twisted Spoon  | Raises strength of Psychic Type moves.
 Water Stone    | Evolution Item.
 Wave Mail      | None.
 White Flute    | Attracts Wild Pokémon.
 Wood Mail      | None.
 X Accuracy     | Raises Accuracy for the time of the battle.
 X attack       | Raises Attack for the time of the battle.
 X Defend       | Raises Defense for the time of the battle.
 X Special      | Raises Special Attack for the time of the battle.
 X Speed        | Raises Speed for the time of the battle.
 Yellow Scarf   | Increases Toughness (hold).
 Yellow Flute   | Cures Confusion.
 Yellow Shard   | Needed in Ruby/Sapphire.
 Zinc           | Raises Special Defense for the time of the battle.
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     7.2- Pokeballs                                                      [A702]
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              |       |
 Ball         | Price | Explication
______________|_______|________________________________________________________
              |       |
 Poke Ball    | $200  | Used for low level Pokémon.
 Great Ball   | $600  | Used for medium level Pokémon.
 Ultra Ball   | $1000 | Used for high level Pokémon.
 Master Ball  | ----- | Only one available in the game, 100% catch rate.
 Net Ball     | $1000 | A ball for catching bug and water Pokémon.
 Premier Ball | ----- | Get one for free when you buy 10 Pokeballs.
 Nest Ball    | $1000 | Works very good on low level Pokémon.
 Timer Ball   | $1000 | How more turns in a fight, how more effective it gets.
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     7.3- Key Items                                                      [A703]
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There are a couple of Key Items in Pokémon Colosseum. These are items that you 
can't trade, can't sell but you need them to finish the game. I mention them 
during the walkthrough so if you want to find them, press Ctrl and F at the
same time and enter the name of the item.

The first type of Key Items is the Ein File. You'll encounter them after
beating a couple of Cipher bosses. They'll tell you something about how to 
purify Shadow Pokémon. It also tells you about Hyper Mode and things like that. 
The letter behind 'Ein File' tells something about the content of the file. 
There are five Ein Files: Ein File C, F, H, P and S.

There are also many keys. You'll lose most of them when you use them but that 
isn't a problem, you'll only need to use them once. The only Key you can keep
is the Jail Key so you can talk to the criminals at any time you want. Other 
keys include but are not limited to the Maingate Key and the Subway Key.

There are also the ID Badges. You win them by beating the Cipher Admins in 
Realgam Tower and you need them to open the door that leads to Nascour and the 
other bosses at the top of the Tower. There are four badges, the Red, Green, 
Blue and Yellow ID Badge. They'll disappear from your Key Items list after
using them.

You need the five UFO Disks to control the UFO, a kind of elevator in The Under 
so that you can reach all kinds of new locations. You need to use the F Disk to 
move Forward and reach the Colosseum, the R disk to reach Venus, the U Disk to 
find a Time Flute, the D Disk to reach the Deep Colosseum and finally, the L 
Disk to get the Amulet Coin.

The DNA Samples are used to open a door in the Shadow Pokémon lab but you have 
to examine them first with the DNA Analyzer. They're random so you can't guess. 
There are also two miscellaneous items namely the Small Tablet and the Steel 
Teeth. You need to use the Small Tablet at the Relic Stone in Agate Town and 
you'll find the Steel Teeth after using the D Disk. If you give it to the man 
before the shop and he'll give you the L Disk.

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     7.4- Shop List                                                      [A704]
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Outskirt Stand
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                            |
 Item                       | Price
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                            |
 Antidote                   | $100
 Burn Heal                  | $250
 Ice Heal                   | $250
 Awakening                  | $250
 Paralyze Heal              | $200
 Full Heal                  | $600
 Great Ball (After Phenac)  | $600
 Poke Ball (After Phenac)   | $200
 Ultra Ball (After Agate)   | $1200
 Net Ball (After Agate)     | $1000
 Nest Ball (After Agate)    | $1000
 Timer Ball (After Agate)   | $1000
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Phenac City
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                            |
 Item                       | Price
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                            |
 Potion                     | $300
 Super Potion               | $700
 Antidote                   | $100
 Burn Heal                  | $250
 Ice Heal                   | $250
 Awakening                  | $250
 Paralyz Heal               | $200
 Full Heal                  | $600
 Guard Spec                 | $700
 Dire Hit                   | $650
 X Attack                   | $500
 X Defend                   | $550
 X Speed                    | $350
 X Accuracy                 | $950
 X Special                  | $350
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Pyrite Town
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                            |
 Item                       | Price
____________________________|__________________________________________________
                            |
 Hyper Potion               | $1200
 Super Potion               | $700
 Full Heal                  | $600
 Revive                     | $1500
 Antidote                   | $100
 Burn Heal                  | $250
 Ice Heal                   | $250
 Awakening                  | $250
 Paralyze Heal              | $200
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Agate Village
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                            |
 Item                       | Price
____________________________|__________________________________________________
                            |
 Hyper Potion               | $1200
 Super Potion               | $700
 Full Heal                  | $600
 Revive                     | $1500
 HP UP                      | $9800
 Protein                    | $9800
 Iron                       | $9800
 Carbos                     | $9800
 Calcium                    | $9800
 Zinc                       | $9800
 Joy Scent (Cologne Case)   | $600
 Excite Scent               | $800
 Vivid Scent                | $1200
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Mt. Battle
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                            |
 Item                       | Price (Coupons)
____________________________|__________________________________________________
                            |
 TM29                       | 3500
 TM13                       | 4000
 TM24                       | 4000
 TM35                       | 4000
 TM32                       | 1500
 Ganlon Berry (End of game) | 15000
 Salac Berry (End of game)  | 15000
 Petaya Berry (End of game) | 15000
 Apicot Berry (End of game) | 15000
 Leftovers (End of game)    | 10000
 Mental Herb (End of game)  | 8000
 Focus Band (End of game)   | 10000
 White Herb (End of game)   | 8000
 Quick Claw (End of game)   | 10000
 Kings Rock (End of game)   | 10000
 Scope Lens (End of game)   | 10000
 Choice Brand (End of game) | 10000
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The Under
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                            |
 Item                       | Price
____________________________|__________________________________________________
                            |
 Full Restore               | $3000
 Max Potion                 | $2500
 Hyper Potion               | $1200
 Full Heal                  | $600
 Revive                     | $1500
 TM14                       | $5500
 TM15                       | $7500
 TM16                       | $3000
 TM17                       | $3000
 TM20                       | $3000
 TM25                       | $5500
 TM33                       | $3000
 TM38                       | $5500
 TM10                       | $3000
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                            |
 Energy Powder              | $500
 Energy Root                | $800
 Heal Powder                | $450
 Revival Herb               | $2800
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     7.5- Berries                                                        [A705]
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You can get berries in Ruby/Sapphire by growing trees. You can receive any of 
the first fifteen berries in Pokémon Colosseum. You have to go to Agate Village 
where you can find an old man and his Taillow. Go talk to him daily.
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       |
 Berry | Description
       | ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | Effect on Pokémon
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       |
CHERI  | Blooms with delicate pretty flowers. The bright red BERRY is very
       | spicy.
       | ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | Heals Paralyze status ailment.
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       |
CHESTO | The BERRY's thick skin and fruit are very tough. It is dry tasting all
       | over.
       | ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | Wakes up sleeping Pokémon.
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       |
PECHA  | Very sweet and delicious. Also very tender - handle with care
       | ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | Heals Poison status effect.
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       |
RAWST  | If the leaves grow long and curly, the BERRY seems to grow very 
       | bitter.
       | ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | Heals Burn.
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       |
ASPEAR | The hard BERRY is dense with a rich juice. It is quite sour.
       | ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | Defrosts a frozen Pokémon.
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       |
LEPPA  | Grows slower than CHERI and others. The smaller the BERRY, the 
       | tastier.
       | ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | Restores 10 PP of an attack when it hits 0.
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       |
ORAN   | A peculiar BERRY with a mix of flavors. BERRIES grow in half a day.
       | ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | Heals 10 HP if health is low.
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       |
PERSIM | Loves sunlight. The BERRY's color grows vivid when exposed to the sun.
       | ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | Heals Confusion.
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       |
LUM    | Slow to grow. If raised with loving care, it may grow two BERRIES.
       | ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | Cures all status conditions.
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       |
SITRUS | Closely related to ORAN. The large BERRY has a well-rounded flavor.
       | ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | Restores 30 HP if health is low.
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       |
FIGY   | The BERRY, which looks chewed up, brims with spicy substances.
       | ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | Restores HP when low. May Confuse the Pokémon.
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       |
WIKI   | The BERRY is said to have grown lumpy to help Pokémon grip it.
       | ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | Restores HP when low. May Confuse the Pokémon.
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       |
MAGO   | The BERRY turns curvy as it grows. The curvier, the sweeter and
       | tastier.
       | ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | Restores HP when low. May Confuse the Pokémon.
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       |
AGUAV  | The flower is dainty. It is rare in its ability to grow without light.
       | ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | Wakes up sleeping Pokémon. May Confuse the Pokémon.
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       |
IAPAPA | The BERRY is very big and sour. It takes at least a day to grow.
       | ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | Restores HP when low. May Confuse the Pokémon.
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       |
RAZZ   | The red BERRY tastes slightly spicy. It grows quickly in just four
       | hours.
       | ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | None.
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       |
BLUK   | The BERRY is blue on the outside, but it blackens the mouth when 
eaten.
       | ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | None.
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       |
NANAB  | This BERRY was the seventh discovered in the world. It is sweet.
       | ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | None.
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       |
WEPEAR | The flower is small and white. It has a delicate balance of bitter and
       | sour.
       | ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | None.
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       |
PINAP  | Weak against wind and cold. The fruit is spicy and the skin, sour.
       | ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | None.
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       |
POMEG  | However much it is watered, it only  grows up to six BERRIES.
       | ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | None.
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       |
KELPSY | A rare variety shaped like a root. Grows a very large flower.
       | ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | None.
_______|_______________________________________________________________________
       |
QUALOT | Loves water. Grows strong even in locations with constant rainfall.
       | ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | None.
_______|_______________________________________________________________________
       |
HONDEW | A BERRY that is very valuable and rarely seen. It is very delicious.
       | ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | None.
_______|_______________________________________________________________________
       |
GREPA  | Despite its tenderness and round shape, the BERRY is unimaginably sour
       | ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | None.
_______|_______________________________________________________________________
       |
TAMATO | The BERRY is lip-bindingly spicy. It takes time to grow.
       | ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | None.
_______|_______________________________________________________________________
       |
CORNN  | A BERRY from an ancient era. May not grow unless planted in quantity.
       | ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | None.
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       |
MAGOST | A BERRY that is widely said to have a finely balanced flavor.
       | ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | None.
_______|_______________________________________________________________________
       |
RABUTA | A rare variety that is overgrown with hair. It is quite bitter.
       | ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | None.
_______|_______________________________________________________________________
       |
NOMEL  | Quite sour. Just one bite makes it impossible to taste for three days.
       | ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | None.
_______|_______________________________________________________________________
       |
SPELON | The vividly red BERRY is very spicy. Its warts secrete a spicy
       | substance.
       | ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | None.
_______|_______________________________________________________________________
       |
PAMTRE | Drifts on the sea from somewhere. It is thought to grow elsewhere.
       | ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | None.
_______|_______________________________________________________________________
       |
WATMEL | A huge BERRY, with some over 20 inches discovered. Exceedingly sweet.
       | ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | None.
_______|_______________________________________________________________________
       |
DURIN  | Bitter to even look at. It is so  bitter, no one has ever eaten it as
       | is.
       | ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | None.
_______|_______________________________________________________________________
       |
BELUE  | It is glossy and looks delicious, but it is awfully sour. Takes time 
to
       | grow.
       | ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | None.
_______|_______________________________________________________________________
       |
LIECHI | A mysterious BERRY. It is rumored to contain the power of the sea.
       | ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | Raises Att. when HP is low.
_______|_______________________________________________________________________
       |
GANLON | A mysterious BERRY. It is rumored to contain the power of the land.
       | ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | Raises Def. when HP is low.
_______|_______________________________________________________________________
       |
SALAC  | A mysterious BERRY. It is rumored to contain the power of the sky.
       | ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | Raises speed when HP is low.
_______|_______________________________________________________________________
       |
PETAYA | A mysterious BERRY. It is rumored to contain the power of all living
       | things.
       | ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | Raises Sp. Att. when HP is low.
_______|_______________________________________________________________________
       |
APICOT | A very mystifying BERRY. No telling  what may happen or how it can be
       | used.
       | ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | Raises Sp. Def. when HP is low.
_______|_______________________________________________________________________
       |
LANSAT | Said to be a legendary BERRY. Holding it supposedly brings joy.
       | ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | More Critical Hits when HP is low.
_______|_______________________________________________________________________
       |
STARF  | So strong, it was abandoned at the  world's edge. Considered a mirage.
       | ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | Raise a random stat when HP is low.
_______|_______________________________________________________________________
       |
ENIGMA | A completely enigmatic BERRY. Appears to have the power of stars.
       | ----------------------------------------------------------------------
       | None
_______|_______________________________________________________________________

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8- Attacks                                                               [A800]
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     8.1- Regular Attacks                                                [A801]
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This section only lists attacks that are available in Ruby/Sapphire, Colosseum, 
and Fire Red/Leaf Green. This doesn't contain the attacks that may be 
introduced later.

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Absorb ------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Grass - Power: 20 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: Recovers 50% of damage inflicted.

Acid --------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Poison - Power: 40 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 30
Special: 10% chance of reducing opponent's defense.

Acid Armor --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Poison - Power: / - Accuracy: / - PP: 40
Special: Raises Defense.

Aerial Ace --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Flying - Power: 60 - Accuracy: / - PP: 20
Special: Never misses.

Aeroblast ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Flying - Power: 100 - Accuracy: 95% - PP: 5
Special: Good chance of getting a Critical Hit.

Agility -----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Psychic - Power: / - Accuracy: / - PP: 30
Special: Raises Speed.

Air Cutter --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Flying - Power: 55 - Accuracy: 95% - PP: 25
Special: High probability of a Critical Hit.

Amnesia -----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Psychic - Power: / - Accuracy: / - PP: 20
Special: Raises Special Defense.

Ancient power -----------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Rock - Power: 60 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 5
Special: Small chance that your stats are raised temporarily.

Arm Thrust --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Fighting - Power: 15 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: Hits multiple times.

Aromatherapy ------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Grass - Power: / - Accuracy: / - PP: 5
Special: Heals all status ailments like Burn.

Assist ------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: The opponent's moves changes.

Astonish ----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Ghost - Power: 30 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 15
Special: Big chance that the opponent will flinch.

Attract -----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: % - PP: 15
Special: Doesn't working on Pokémon with the same gender.

Aurora Beam -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Ice - Power: 65 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: Small chance that the opponent's attack drops.

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Barrage -----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type:  Normal - Power: 15 - Accuracy: 85% - PP: 20
Special: Hits multiple times.

Barrier -----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Psychic - Power: / - Accuracy: / - PP: 30
Special: Raises the defense of the user.

Baton Pass --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 40
Special: If you switch Pokémon, stats changes are kept.

Beat Up -----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Dark - Power: 10 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 10
Special: The number of attacks is equal to the number of healthy Pokémon in 
your party.

Belly Drum --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 10
Special: Raises Attack but you lose half of your maximum HP.

Bide --------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 10
Special: Receive damage for a couple of turns and return the damage double.

Bind --------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 15 - Accuracy: 75% - PP: 20
Special: Opponent gets trapped for a maximum of 5 turns. A little bit of damage 
is dealt every turn.

Bite --------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Dark - Power: 60 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 25
Special: The opponent might flinch.

Blast Burn --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Fire - Power: 150 - Accuracy: 90% - PP: 5
Special: You can't attack the next turn.

Blaze Kick --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Fire - Power: 85 - Accuracy: 90% - PP: 10
Special: The opponent might get burned.

Blizzard ----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Ice - Power: 120 - Accuracy: 70% - PP: 5
Special: The opponent might get frozen.

Block -------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 5
Special: The opponent can't leave battle as long as the user is in battle.

Body Slam ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 85 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 15
Special: The opponent might get paralyzed.

Bone Club ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Ground - Power: 65 - Accuracy: 85% - PP: 20
Special: The opponent might flinch.

Bone Rush ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Ground - Power: 25 - Accuracy: 80% - PP: 10
Special: Will hit between 2 and 5 times.

Bonemerang --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Ground - Power: 50 - Accuracy: 90% - PP: 10
Special: Attacks twice.

Bounce ------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Flying - Power: 85 - Accuracy: 85% - PP: 5
Special: It is a two turn attack similar to Fly.

Brick Break -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Fighting - Power: 75 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 15
Special: Reflect and Light don't work anymore.

Bubble ------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Water - Power: 20 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 30
Special: The opponent's speed might be lowered.

Bubble Beam -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Water - Power: 65 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: The opponent's speed might be lowered.

Bulk Up -----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Fighting - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 20
Special: Attack and Defense are raised.

Bullet Seed -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Grass - Power: 10 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 30
Special: Attacks between 2 and 5 turns.

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Calm Mind ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Psychic - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 20
Special: Special Attack and Special Defense are raised.

Camouflage --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: Type changes depending on the environment.

Charge ------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Electric - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: The power of the next electric attack will be higher.

Charm -------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: The opponent's attack is lowered.

Clamp -------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Water - Power: 35 - Accuracy: 75% - PP: 10
Special: The opponent is trapped for multiple turns.

Comet Punch -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 18 - Accuracy: 85% - PP: 15
Special: The opponent is hit multiple times.

Confuse Ray -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Ghost - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 10
Special: The opponent becomes confused.

Confusion ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Psychic - Power: 50 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 25
Special: Might confuse the opponent. (The names of their attacks are 
confusing.)

Constrict ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 10 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 35
Special: The opponent's Speed might be lowered.

Conversion --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 30
Special: The user's type changes to the type of one of his own four moves.

Conversion 2 ------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 30
Special: The Pokémon becomes resistant to the type of the last attack.

Cosmic Power-------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Psychic - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 20
Special: Defense and Special Defense are raised.

Cotton Spore ------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Grass - Power: / - Accuracy: 85% - PP: 40
Special: Slows down the opponent.

Counter -----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Fighting - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: Doubles the damage done by the last attack. (Only works for physical 
attacks like Bite for instance.)

Covet -------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 40 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 40
Special: The user steals the item from the opponent is the former doesn't have 
one.

Crabhammer --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Water - Power: 90 - Accuracy: 85% - PP: 10
Special: High Critical Hit Ratio.

Cross Chop---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Fighting - Power: 100 - Accuracy: 80% - PP: 5
Special: High Critical Hit Ratio.

Crunch ------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Dark - Power: 80 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 15
Special: The opponent's Special Defense might be lowered.

Crush Claw --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 75 - Accuracy: 95% - PP: 10
Special: The opponent's Defense might be lowered.

Curse -------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Ghost - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 10
Special: Raises attack and defense but lowers speed. If you're a Ghost, your HP 
is halved and your enemy loses a quarter of his HP every turn.

Cut ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 50 - Accuracy: 95% - PP: 30
Special: None.

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Defense Curl ------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 40
Special: The user's Defense is raised.

Destiny Bond ------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Ghost - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 5
Special: The opponent is knocked out if his next move kills the user.

Detect ------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Fighting - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 5
Special: Don't lose health by the next attack. Gets less effective if used more 
than once in a row.

Dig ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Ground - Power: 60 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 10
Special: Similar to fly. This attack takes two turns. The user disappears under 
the ground the first turn.

Disable -----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 55% - PP: 20
Special: The opponent can't use a move for a couple of turns.

Dive --------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Water - Power: 60 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 10
Special: Similar to fly. It is a two turn attack and the user disappears in the 
first turn.

Dizzy Punch -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 70 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 10
Special: The opponent might become confused.

Doom Desire -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Steel - Power: 120 - Accuracy: 85% - PP: 5
Special: None.

Double Kick -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Fighting - Power: 30 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 30
Special: The attacks hits twice.

Double Team -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 15
Special: The user can evade attacks easier.

Double Edge -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 120 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 15
Special: The user gets hit by heavy recoil.

Doubleslap --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 15 - Accuracy: 85% - PP: 10
Special: The attacks last multiple turns.

Dragon Claw -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Dragon - Power: 80 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 15
Special: None.

Dragon Dance ------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Dragon - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 20
Special: The user gets faster and stronger.

Dragon Rage -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Dragon - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 10
Special: The opponent loses 40 HP.

Dragonbreath ------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Dragon - Power: 60 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: The opponent might be paralyzed.

Dream Eater -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Psychic - Power: 100 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 15
Special: Doesn't work if the opponent isn't sleeping. The user absorbs HP.

Drill Peck --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Flying - Power: 80 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: None.

Dynamicpunch ------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Fighting - Power: 100 - Accuracy: 50% - PP: 5
Special: The opponent might be confused.

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Earthquake --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Ground - Power: 100 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 10
Special: Hits every Pokémon, even your own.

Egg Bomb ----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal- Power: 100 - Accuracy: 75% - PP: 10
Special: None.

Ember -------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Fire - Power: 40 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 25
Special: The opponent might get burned.

Encore ------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 5
Special: The opponent will repeat his last attack for a couple of turns.

Endeavor ----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 5
Special: The damage is equal to the opponent's HP minus your own HP.

Endure ------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 10
Special: You will survive the next attack for sure.

Eruption ----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Fire - Power: 150 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 5
Special: The attack will become less effective if you become weaker.

Explosion ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 250 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 5
Special: The user loses all his HP.

Extra Sensory -----------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Psychic - Power: 80 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 30
Special: The opponent might flinch.

Extreme Speed -----------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 80 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 5
Special: Attack first.

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Facade ------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 70 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: If the user has one of the following status ailments (Poison, Paralyze 
or Burn), the attack is stronger.

Faint Attack ------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Dark - Power: 60 - Accuracy: / % - PP: 20
Special: This move won't miss unless the opponent is using an attack like Dive, 
Dig and Fly.

Fake Out ----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 40 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 10
Special: The opponent will flinch.

Fake Tears --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Dark - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: The opponent's Special Defense is lowered.

False Swipe -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 40 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 40
Special: This attack can't kill the opponent.

Featherdance ------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Flying - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 15
Special: The opponent's attack will be lowered.

Fire Blast --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Fire - Power: 120 - Accuracy: 85% - PP: 5
Special: The opponent might get burned.

Fire Punch --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Fire - Power: 75 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 15
Special: The opponent might get burned.

Fire Spin ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Fire - Power: 15 - Accuracy: 70% - PP: 15
Special: This attacks hits multiple turns.

Fissure -----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Ground - Power: / - Accuracy: 30% - PP: 5
Special: A one hit kill, works better if the difference in level between user 
and opponent is big with the user having the highest.

Flail -------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 15
Special: The attack gets higher when the user's gets lower.

Flame Wheel -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Fire - Power: 60 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 25
Special: The opponent might get burned. Will cure the user if he is frozen.

Flamethrower ------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: - Power: 95 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 15
Special: The opponent might get burned.

Flash -------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: - Power: / - Accuracy: 70% - PP: 20
Special: The opponent's accuracy is lowered.

Flatter -----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 15
Special: The opponent's Special Attack is raised and he becomes confused.

Fly ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: - Power: 70 - Accuracy: 95% - PP: 15
Special: It is a two turn attack. The user flies up in the air the first turn 
and can't get hit at that time. He'll come down the next turn and attack.

Focus Energy ------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 30 
Special: Higher Critical Hit Ratio.

Focus Punch -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Fighting - Power: 150 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: None.

Follow Me ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: The user attracts all attacks towards him.

Foresight ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 40
Special: If the evasion of the opponent was raised, the user will ignore it.

Frenzy Plant ------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Grass- Power: 150 - Accuracy: 90% - PP: 5
Special: The Pokémon can't attack the next turn.

Frustration -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: Opposite of Return. The attack gets stronger if the Pokémon is 
unhappy.

Fury Attack -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 15 - Accuracy: 85% - PP: 20
Special: The attack hits multiple times.

Fury Cutter -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Bug - Power: 10 - Accuracy: 95% - PP: 20
Special: The move will have a higher power if it hits.

Fury Swipes -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 18 - Accuracy: 80% - PP: 15
Special: The attacks hits multiple times.

Future Sight ------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Psychic - Power: 80 - Accuracy: 90% - PP: 15
Special: The attack only hits after two turns have passed.

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Giga Drain --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Grass - Power: 60 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 5
Special: The user gets healed by absorbing the opponent's health.

Glare -------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 75% - PP: 30
Special: The opponent might get paralyzed.

Grass Whistle -----------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Grass - Power: / - Accuracy: 55% - PP: 15
Special: The opponent might fall asleep.

Growl -------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 40
Special: Lowers opponent's Attack.

Growth ------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 40
Special: Raises Special Attack.

Grudge ------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Ghost - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 5
Special: If the user is killed by the next move, the PP of that move is reduced 
to 0.

Guillotine --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 30% - PP: 5
Special: Kills opponent in one hit.

Gust --------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Flying - Power: 40 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 35
Special: The opponent must switch Pokémon if possible.

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Hail --------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Ice - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 10
Special: A hail storm will rage. It ends after five turns.

Harden ------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 30
Special: The user's defense gets higher.

Haze --------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Ice - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 30
Special: Stats changes are no longer in effect.

Headbutt ----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 70 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 15
Special: The opponent might flinch.

Heal Bell ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 5
Special: Cures all status ailments.

Heat Wave ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Fire - Power: 100 - Accuracy: 90% - PP: 10
Special: The opponent might be burned.

Helping Hand ------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: The attack power of the partner in a 2vs2 battle gets higher.

Hi Jump Kick ------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Fighting - Power: 85 - Accuracy: 90% - PP: 20
Special: User loses HP if he misses.

Hidden Power ------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 15
Special: Depends on the Pokémon.

Horn Attack -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 65 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 25
Special: None

Horn Drill --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 30% - PP: 5
Special: Kills opponent in one hit and gets more effective if the level of the 
user is a lot higher.

Howl --------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 40
Special: The user's attack is raised.

Hydro Cannon ------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Water - Power: 150 - Accuracy: 90% - PP: 5
Special: The user can't attack the next turn.

Hydro Pump --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Water - Power: 120 - Accuracy: 80% - PP: 5
Special: None.

Hyper Beam --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 150 - Accuracy: 90% - PP:
Special: The user can't attack the next turn.

Hyper Fang --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 80 - Accuracy: 90% - PP:
Special: The opponent might flinch.

Hyper Voice -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 90 - Accuracy: 100% - PP:
Special: None.

Hypnosis ----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Psychic - Power: / - Accuracy: 60% - PP:
Special: The opponent might fall asleep.

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Ice Ball ----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Ice - Power: 30 - Accuracy: 90% - PP: 20
Special: The attack hits multiple times.

Ice Beam ----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Ice - Power: 55 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 10
Special: The opponent might be frozen.

Ice Punch ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Ice - Power: 75 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 15
Special: The opponent might be frozen.

Icicle Spear ------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Ice - Power: 10 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 30
Special: The attack hits multiple times.

Icy Wind ----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Ice - Power: 55 - Accuracy: 95% - PP: 15
Special: The opponent's Speed might be lowered.

Imprison ----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Psychic - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 10
Special: The opponent can't use attacks both Pokémon know.

Ingrain------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Grass - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: The user gets healed every turn but he has to change in battle.

Iron Defense ------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Steel - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 15
Special: The user's Defense is raised.

Iron Tail ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Steel - Power: 100 - Accuracy: 75% - PP: 15
Special: The opponent's Defense might be lowered.

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Jump Kick ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Fighting - Power: 70 - Accuracy: 95% - PP: 25
Special: The attacking Pokemon will lose health if Jump Kick missies.

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Karate Chop -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Fighting - Power: 50 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 25
Special: Higher chance of getting a Critical Hit.

Kinesis -----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Psychic - Power: / - Accuracy: 80% - PP: 15
Special: Lower opponent's accuracy.

Knock Off ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Dark - Power: 20 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: The opponent will drop his item if he is holding one.

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Leaf Blade --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Grass - Power: 70 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 15
Special: High chance of a critical hit.

Leech Life --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Bug - Power: 20 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 15
Special: The user absorbs a bit of HP from the enemy.

Leech Seed --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Grass - Power: / - Accuracy: 90% - PP: 10
Special: The user absorbs a bit of HP from the enemy.

Leer --------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 30
Special: The opponent's Defense is lowered.

Lick --------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Ghost - Power: 20 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 30
Special: The opponent might get paralyzed.

Light Screen ------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Psychic - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 30
Special: The damage is halved during five turns if Special Type attacks are 
used.

Lock-On -----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 5
Special: The next attack will hit.

Lovely Kiss -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 75% - PP: 10
Special: The opponent might fall asleep.

Low Kick ----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Fighting - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: The power depends on the weight of the user.

Luster Purge ------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Psychic - Power: 70 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 5
Special: The opponent's Special Defense might be lowered.

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Mach Punch --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Fighting - Power: 40 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 30
Special: Attacks first.

Magic Coat --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Psychic - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 15
Special: Special moves will hit the user of that attack.

Magical Leaf ------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Grass - Power: 60 - Accuracy: / % - PP: 20
Special: The attack won't miss if the opponent is visible. (Not using Fly, Dive 
and similar attacks.)

Magnitude ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Ground - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 30
Special: Random attack power.

Mean Look ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 5
Special: As long as the user doesn't leave the battle, 

Meditate ----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Psychic - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 40
Special: The user's attack is raised.

Mega Drain --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Grass - Power: 40 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 10
Special: User absorbs HP from opponent.

Mega Kick ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 120 - Accuracy: 75% - PP: 5
Special: None.

Mega Punch --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 80 - Accuracy: 85% - PP: 20
Special: None.

Megahorn ----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Bug - Power: 120 - Accuracy: 85% - PP: 10
Special: None.

Memento -----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Dark - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 10
Special: The opponent's stats are lowered but the user is killed.

Metal Claw --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Steel - Power: 50 - Accuracy: 95% - PP: 35
Special: The user's attack might be raised.

Metal Sound -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Steel - Power: / - Accuracy: 85% - PP: 40
Special: The opponent's Special Defense is lowered.

Meteor Smash ------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Steel - Power: 100 - Accuracy: 85% - PP: 10 
Special: User's Attack might be raised.

Metronome ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 10
Special: Uses a random attack.

Milk Drink --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 10
Special: Half of the maximum HP is healed.

Mimic -------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 10
Special: Mimic is replaced by a move from the opponent during the battle.

Mind Reader -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 5
Special: The next attack will hit.

Minimize ----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 20
Special: Evasion is raised and Stomp's power is raised.

Mirror Coat -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Psychic - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: Doubles damage done by special attacks to the opponent.

Mirror Move -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Flying - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 20
Special: Mirror Move is replaced by the opponent's last move.

Mist --------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Ice - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 30
Special: The user's stats can't be lowered.

Mist Ball ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Psychic - Power: 70 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 5
Special: The opponent's Special Attack might be lowered.

Moonlight ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 5
Special: The user gets healed. It is most effective when the moon is out.

Morning Sun -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 5
Special: The user gets healed. It is most effective when the sun is out.

Mud Shot ----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Ground - Power: 55 - Accuracy: 95% - PP: 15
Special: The opponent's speed might be lowered.

Mud Sport ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Ground - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 15
Special: Electric moves remain less effective when this Pokémon is out.

Muddy Water -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Water - Power: 95 - Accuracy: 85% - PP: 10
Special: The opponent's accuracy might go down.

Mud-Slap ----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Ground - Power: 20 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 10
Special: The opponent's accuracy might go down.

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Nature Power ------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 95% - PP: 20
Special: Depends on location.

Needle Arm --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Grass - Power: 60 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 15
Special: The opponent might flinch.

Night Shade -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Ghost - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 15
Special: Damage is related to your level.

Nightmare ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Ghost - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 15
Special: Only works when the defending Pokémon is asleep.

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Octazooka ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Water - Power: 65 - Accuracy: 85% - PP: 10
Special: Might lower opponent's accuracy.

Odour Sleuth ------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 40
Special: Normal and Fighting moves will hurt Ghost Pokémon.

Outrage -----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Dragon - Power: 90 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 15
Special: Attack for a couple of turns, become confused after that.

Overheat ----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Fire - Power: 140 - Accuracy: 90% - PP: 5
Special: Your Special Attack will drop.

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Pain Split --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: Both user and opponent get half of the total HP of them both.

Pay Day -----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 40 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: The user gets a couple of extra PokéDollars.

Peck --------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Flying - Power: 35 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 35
Special: None.

Perish Song -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 5
Special: All Pokémon get killed in three turns unless you switch a Pokémon out.

Petal Dance -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Grass - Power: 70 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: Attacks for a couple turns after which the user becomes confused.

Pin Missile -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Bug - Power: 15 - Accuracy: 85% - PP: 20
Special: The attack hits multiple times.

Poison Fang -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Poison - Power: 50 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 15
Special: The opponent might be heavily poisoned.

Poison Gas --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Poison - Power: / - Accuracy: 55% - PP: 40
Special: The opponent is poisoned.

Poison Sting ------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Poison - Power: 15 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 35
Special: The opponent might be poisoned.

Poison Tail -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Poison - Power: 50 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 25
Special: The opponent might be poisoned.

Poisonpowder ------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Poison - Power: / - Accuracy: 75% - PP: 35
Special: The opponent is poisoned.

Pound -------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 40 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 35
Special: None.

Powder Snow -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Ice - Power: 40 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 25
Special: The opponent might be frozen.

Present -----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 90% - PP: 15
Special: Random attack power.

Protect -----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 10
Special: Stops the attack from opponent. Gets less effective if used more than 
once in a row.

Psybeam -----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Psychic - Power: 65 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: The opponent might be confused.

Psych Up-----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 10
Special: Your Pokémon gets the same stats raises as your opponent.

Psychic -----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Psychic - Power: 90 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 10
Special: The opponent's Special Defense might be lowered.

Psycho Boost ------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Psychic - Power: 140 - Accuracy: 90% - PP: 5
Special: The opponent's Special Attack is lowered.

Psywave -----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Psychic - Power: / - Accuracy: 80% - PP: 15
Special: The damage is the user's level multiplied with a factor between 1 and 
1,5. The maximum damage is 150.

Pursuit -----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Dark - Power: 40 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: The attack power is doubled if the opponent switches Pokémon this 
turn.

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Quick Attack ------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 40 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 30
Special: Attack first.

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Rage --------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 20 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: The attack gets more powerful when the opponent attacks.

Rain Dance --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Water - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 5
Special: A rain storm starts that lasts five turns.

Rapid Spin --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 20 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 40
Special: Rapid Spin frees Pokémon from attacks that trap him like Wrap.

Razor Leaf --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Grass - Power: 55 - Accuracy: 95% - PP: 25
Special: High Critical Hit ratio.

Razor Wind --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 80 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 10
Special: High Critical Hit ratio. It is a two-turn attack.

Recover -----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 20
Special: The user heals half of his maximum HP.

Recycle -----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 10
Special: User get hits item back if he used it.

Reflect -----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Psychic - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 20
Special: Physical attacks deal half damage for five turns.

Refresh -----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: If the user is burned, frozen or paralyzed, he gets rid of that status 
condition.

Rest --------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Psychic - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 10
Special: User is completely healed but falls asleep for two turns.

Return ------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: The attack becomes stronger if the Pokémon is happy.

Revenge -----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Fighting - Power: 60 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 10
Special: This attacks deals double damage if the opponent went first.

Reversal ----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Fighting - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 15
Special: The attack is stronger if the HP is low.

Roar --------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: Make opponent switch Pokémon.

Rock Blast --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Rock - Power: 25 - Accuracy: 80% - PP: 10
Special: The attacks hits multiple times.

Rock Slide --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Rock - Power: 75 - Accuracy: 90% - PP: 10
Special: The opponent might flinch.

Rock Smash --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Fighting - Power: 20 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 15
Special: The opponent's Defense is lowered.

Rock Throw --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Rock - Power: 50 - Accuracy: 90% - PP: 15
Special: None.

Rock Tomb ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Rock - Power: 50 - Accuracy: 80% - PP: 10
Special: The opponent's Speed might be lowered.

Role Play ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Psychic - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 10
Special: The user takes over the opponent's moves.

Rolling Kick ------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Fighting - Power: 60 - Accuracy: 85% - PP: 15
Special: The opponent might flinch.

Rollout -----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Rock - Power: 30 - Accuracy: 90% - PP: 20
Special: The attack lasts five turns.

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                                       S
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Sacred Fire -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Fire - Power: 100 - Accuracy: 95% - PP: 5
Special: The opponent might be burned. Heals Freeze.

Safeguard ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 25
Special: The user can't get sick by status ailments.

Sand Tomb ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Ground - Power: 15 - Accuracy: 70% - PP: 15
Special: The opponents gets trapped for a couple of turns.

Sand-Attack -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Ground - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 15
Special: The opponent's accuracy is lowered.

Sandstorm ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Rock - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 10
Special: A Sandstorm rages for five turns.

Scary Face --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 90% - PP: 10
Special: The opponent's Speed is lowered.

Scratch -----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 40 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 35
Special: None.

Screech -----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 85% - PP: 40
Special: The opponent's defense is lowered.

Secret Power-------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 70 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: The attack type depends on the environment.

Seismic Toss ------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Fighting - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: The damage is equal to the user's level.

Selfdestruct ------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 200 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 5
Special: The user is killed.

Shadow Ball -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Ghost - Power: 80 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 15
Special: The opponent's Special Defense is lowered.

Shadow Punch ------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Ghost - Power: 60 - Accuracy: / % - PP: 20
Special: Doesn't miss if the opponent is visible.

Sharpen -----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 30
Special: The user's attack is raised.

Sheer Cold --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Ice - Power: / - Accuracy: 30% - PP: 5
Special: Kills opponent in one hit. The accuracy is higher when the user's 
level is way higher than the opponent's.

Shock Wave --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Electric - Power: 60 - Accuracy: / % - PP: 20
Special: Doesn't miss if the opponent is visible.

Signal Beam -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Bug - Power: 75 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 15
Special: The opponent might become confused.

Silver Wind -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Bug - Power: 60 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 5
Special: All the user's stats might rise.

Sing --------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 55% - PP: 15
Special: The opponent will fall asleep if it hits.

Sketch ------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 1
Special: Replaces the last attack used by the opponent. The change is 
permanent.

Skill Swap --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Psychic - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 10
Special: The Pokémon switch abilities.

Skull Bash --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 100 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 15
Special: The defense is raised. In a second turn, the actual attack will 
follow.

Sky Attack --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Flying - Power: 140 - Accuracy: 90% - PP: 5
Special: The opponent might flinch. It is a two turn attack.

Sky Uppercut ------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Fighting - Power: 85 - Accuracy: 80% - PP: 15
Special: Can hit flying Pokémon.

Slack Off ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 10
Special: The user will regain half of his maximum HP.

Slam --------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 80 - Accuracy: 75% - PP: 20
Special: None.

Slash -------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 70 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: High Critical Hit ratio.

Sleep Powder ------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Grass - Power: / - Accuracy: 75% - PP: 15
Special: The opponent will fall asleep if it hits.

Sleep Talk --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 10
Special:

Sludge ------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Poison - Power: 65 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: The opponent might be poisoned.

Sludge Bomb -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Poison - Power: 90 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 10
Special: The opponent might be poisoned.

Smelling Salt -----------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 60 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 10
Special: If this is used against a paralyzed opponent, the attack power will 
double but the opponent is healed from paralyze.

Smog --------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Poison - Power: 20 - Accuracy: 70% - PP: 20
Special: The opponent might be poisoned.

Smokescreen -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: The opponent's accuracy is lowered.

Snatch ------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Dark - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 10
Special: If the opponent's stats are raised by the next move, the user's stats 
will be raised too.

Snore -------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 40 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 15
Special: Only works if the user is sleeping.

Softboiled --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 10
Special: The user regains half of his max HP.

Solar Beam --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Grass - Power: 120 - Accuracy: 90% - PP: 10
Special: Two turn attack. The first turn is used to charge up the attack but it 
can be skipped if the sun is out.

Sonicboom ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: Does 20 HP of damage.

Spark -------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Electric - Power: 65 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: The opponent might be paralyzed.

Spider Web --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Bug - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 10
Special: The opponent can't leave the battle as long as the user is in battle.

Spike Cannon ------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 20 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 15
Special: Attacks multiple times.

Spikes ------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Ground - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 20
Special: The opponent gets damaged when he switches out.

Spit Up -----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 100 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 10
Special: The power increases by using Stockpile.

Spite -------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Ghost - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 10
Special:  The opponent's last move loses PP.

Splash ------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 40
Special: No effect, no nothing. It is space filler.

Spore -------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Grass - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 15
Special: The opponent falls asleep.

Steel Wing --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Steel - Power: 70 - Accuracy: 90% - PP: 25
Special: The user's defense might rise.

Stockpile ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 10
Special: Gathers energy. Doesn't work more than three times before letting the 
energy go.

Stomp -------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 65 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: The opponent might flinch.

Strength ----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 80 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 15
Special: None.

String Shot -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Bug - Power: / - Accuracy: 95% - PP: 40
Special: The opponent's speed is lowered.

Struggle ----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 50 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: Infinite
Special: Only available when there is no PP left. Receives recoil damage.

Stun Spore --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Grass - Power: / - Accuracy: 75% - PP: 30
Special: The opponent is paralyzed.

Submission --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Fighting - Power: 80 - Accuracy: 80% - PP: 25
Special: The user receives recoil damage.

Substitute --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 10
Special: The user loses a quarter of his health to form a clone. That clone 
replaces the user until he goes down.

Sunny Day ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Fire - Power: /- Accuracy: / % - PP: 5
Special: The sun will shine.

Super Fang --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 90% - PP: 10
Special: Cuts the opponent's current HP in half.

Superpower --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Fighting - Power: 120 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 5
Special: The opponent's attack and defense are lowered.

Supersonic --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 55% - PP: 10
Special: The opponent becomes confused.

Surf --------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Water - Power: 95 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 15
Special: None.

Swagger -----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 90% - PP: 15
Special: The opponent's attack is raised but he becomes confused.

Swallow -----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 10
Special: Regains HP depending on how much energy Stockpile stored.

Sweet Kiss --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 75% - PP: 10
Special: The opponent becomes confused.

Sweet Scent -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: The opponent's evasion is lowered.

Swift -------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 60 - Accuracy: / % - PP: 20
Special: The attack doesn't miss if he is visible.

Swords Dance ------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 30
Special: The user's attack is raised.

Synthesis ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Grass - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 5
Special: Regains HP depending on the time of day.

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Tackle ------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 35 - Accuracy: 95% - PP: 35
Special: None.

Tail Glow ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Bug - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: The user's Special Attack is raised.

Tail Whip ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 30
Special: The opponent's Defense is lowered.

Take Down ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 90 - Accuracy: 85% - PP: 20
Special: The user receives recoil damage.

Taunt -------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Dark - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: Lasts two turns.

Teeter Dance ------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: All Pokémon become confused. The user isn't affected. Best used when 
you only have one Pokémon left.

Teleport ----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Psychic - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 20
Special: Doesn't work in Pokémon Colosseum.

Thief -------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Dark - Power: 40 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 10
Special: User steals item from opponent. Doesn't work if he has an item.

Thrash ------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 90 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: Attacks for a couple of turns but the user becomes confused after 
that.

Thunder -----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Electric - Power: 120 - Accuracy: 70% - PP: 10
Special: The opponent might be paralyzed and hits perfectly when it is raining 
in game.

Thunder Wave ------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Electric - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: The opponent becomes paralyzed.

Thunderbolt -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Electric - Power: 95 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 15
Special: The opponent might be paralyzed.

Thunderpunch ------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Electric - Power: 75 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 15
Special: The opponent might be paralyzed.

Thundershock ------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Electric - Power: 40 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 30
Special: The opponent might be paralyzed.

Tickle ------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: The opponent's Attack and Defense are lowered.

Torment -----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Dark - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 15
Special: The opponent can't use the same move twice in a row.

Toxic -------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Poison - Power: / - Accuracy: 85% - PP: 10
Special: The opponent becomes heavily poisoned.

Transform ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 10
Special: The user takes over the stats, status and attack from the opponent. HP 
isn't transferred.

Tri Attack --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 80 -Accuracy: 100% - PP: 10
Special: The opponent might be burned, frozen or paralyzed.

Trick -------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Psychic - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 10
Special: The Pokémon exchange items.

Triple Kick -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Fighting - Power: 10 - Accuracy: 90% - PP: 10
Special: Attacks up to the three times.

Twineedle ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Bug - Power: 25 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: Two attacks. The opponent might become poisoned.

Twister -----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Dragon - Power: 40 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: None.

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Uproar ------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 50 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 10
Special: Attacks a couple of turns and can't fall asleep.

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Vice Grip ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 55 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 30
Special: None

Vine Whip ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Grass - Power: 35 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 10
Special: None

Vital Throw -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Fighting - Power: 70 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 10
Special: Next attack will hit.

Volt Tackle -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Electric - Power: 120 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 15
Special: User receives heavy recoil damage.

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Water Gun ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Water - Power: 40 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 25
Special: None.

Water Pulse -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Water - Power: 60 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: The opponent might be confused.

Water Sport -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Water - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 15
Special: Until the user is taken out of battle, Fire moves will be less 
effective against all Pokémon.

Water Spout -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Water - Power: 150 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 5
Special: Power gets lower when the user gets weaker.

Waterfall ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Water - Power: 80 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 15
Special: None.

Weather Ball ------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 50 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 10
Special: Attack is more powerful when the weather isn't normal. The attack type 
changes depending on the weather too.

Whirlpool ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Water - Power: 15 - Accuracy: 70% - PP: 15
Special: Hits the opponent multiple turns.

Whirldwind --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 20
Special: Make opponent switch Pokémon.

Will-O-Wisp--------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Fire - Power: / - Accuracy: 75% - PP: 15
Special: The opponent gets burned.

Wing Attack -------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Flying - Power: 60 - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 35
Special: None.

Wish --------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 10
Special: Half of the maximum HP is healed after the following turn.

Withdraw ----------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Water - Power: / - Accuracy: / % - PP: 40
Special: The user's defense is raised.

Wrap --------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: 15 - Accuracy: 85% - PP: 20
Special: The attack lasts multiple turns while the opponent can't do anything.

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Yawn --------------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Normal - Power: / - Accuracy: 100% - PP: 10
Special: Opponent will fall asleep in two turns.

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                                       Z
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Zap Cannon --------------------------------------------------------------------
Type: Electric - Power: 100 - Accuracy: 50% - PP: 5
Special: May Paralyze opponent.

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     8.2- Technical Machines                                             [A802]
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 Number | Name         | Where
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 01     | Focus Punch  | Pyrite Colosseum (Prize)
 02     | Dragon Claw  | Deep Colosseum (Prize)
 03     | Water Pulse  | Can't be found in Pokémon Colosseum.
 04     | Calm Mind    | Can't be found in Pokémon Colosseum.
 05     | Roar         | Pyrite Colosseum (Prize)
 06     | Toxic        | Phenac Colosseum (Prize)
 07     | Hail         | Pyrite Colosseum (Prize)
 08     | Bulk Up      | Can't be found in Pokémon Colosseum.
 09     | Bullet Seed  | Can't be found in Pokémon Colosseum.
 10     | Hidden Power | The Under (Shop)
 11     | Sunny Day    | Phenac Colosseum (Prize)
 12     | Taunt        | Deep Colosseum (Prize)
 13     | Ice Beam     | Mt. Battle (Coupon Exchange)
 14     | Blizzard     | The Under (Shop)
 15     | Hyper Beam   | The Under (Shop)
 16     | Light Screen | The Under (Shop)
 17     | Protect      | The Under (Shop)
 18     | Rain Dance   | Phenac Colosseum (Prize)
 19     | Giga Drain   | Phenac Colosseum (Prize)
 20     | Safeguard    | The Under (Shop)
 21     | Frustration  | Can't be found in Pokémon Colosseum.
 22     | Solar Beam   | Phenac Colosseum (Prize)
 23     | Iron Tail    | Under Colosseum (Prize)
 24     | Thunderbolt  | Mt. Battle (Coupon Exchange)
 25     | Thunder      | The Under (Shop)
 26     | Earthquake   | Shadow Pokémon Lab (Treasure chest)
 27     | Return       | Phenac City (Beat Justy)
 28     | Dig          | Can't be found in Pokémon Colosseum.
 29     | Psychic      | Mt. Battle (Coupon Exchange)
 30     | Shadow Ball  | Under Colosseum (Prize)
 31     | Brick Break  | Pyrite Colosseum (Prize)
 32     | Double Team  | Mt. Battle (Coupon Exchange)
 33     | Reflect      | The Under (Shop)
 34     | Shock Wave   | Can't be found in Pokémon Colosseum.
 35     | Flamethrower | Mt. Battle (Coupon Exchange)
 36     | Sludge Bomb  | Under Colosseum (Prize)
 37     | Sandstorm    | Under Colosseum (Prize)
 38     | Fire Blast   | The Under (Shop)
 39     | Rock Tomb    | Can't be found in Pokémon Colosseum.
 40     | Aerial Ace   | Can't be found in Pokémon Colosseum.
 41     | Torrent      | Defeat the boy in Phenac City.
 42     | Façade       | Can't be found in Pokémon Colosseum.
 43     | Secret Power | Can't be found in Pokémon Colosseum.
 44     | Rest         | Deep Colosseum (Prize)
 45     | Attract      | The Under (The Venus Broadcast room)
 46     | Thief        | Pyrite City (Release the thief in jail)
 47     | Steel Wing   | Mt. Battle (Treasure chest)
 48     | Skill Swap   | Deep Colosseum (Prize)
 49     | Snatch       | Pyrite Town (Mirror B's Cave)
 50     | Overheat     | Can't be found in Pokémon Colosseum.
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     8.3- Abilities                                                      [A803]
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 Ability      | Effect
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              |
Air Lock      | The Pokémon isn't affected by moves like Rain Dance.
Arena Trap    | Stops Pokémon from leaving the battle. Doesn't work on Flying.
Battle Armor  | Your Pokémon will get hit with less Critical Hits.
Blaze         | Raises the power of Fire Type moves when health is low.
Chlorophyll   | The speed is raised when Sunny Day is used.
Clear body    | Moves that change the stats of a Pokémon, don't work.
Cloud Nine    | Moves that change the weather have no effect on Pokémon.
Color Change  | The type changes to the type of the last attack against you.
Compound Eyes | Raises the accuracy of the Pokémon.
Cute Charm    | Lessens the power of Pokémon of the opposite gender.
Damp          | Pokémon can't self Destruct.
Drizzle       | It will rain during the fight.
Drought       | The sun will shine during the fight.
Early Bird    | Wake up faster than normal when you fall asleep.
Effect Spore  | Might paralyze, poison or let the opponent sleep.
Flame Body    | Might burn the opponent.
Flash Fire    | Stops Fire damage and raises Fire Attack's power.
Forecast      | Changes the type of the Pokémon when the weather changes.
Guts          | Attack Power raises when effected by a Status Condition.
Huge Power    | Attack Power raises but is halved when you use Skill Swap.
Hustle        | Attack Power raises but your accuracy will drop.
Hyper Cutter  | Your attack power can't be lowered by enemy attacks.
Illuminate    | More Wild Pokémon will appear. (GBA versions only)
Immunity      | You can't be infected with Poison.
Inner Focus   | You can't flinch.
Insomnia      | You won't fall asleep.
Intimidate    | Makes the Attack of the opponent drop.
Keen Eye      | Your accuracy can't be lowered by enemy attacks.
Levitate      | You won't be damaged by Ground Type moves.
Light Ball    | Raises Pikachu's Special Attack.
Lightning Rod | Electrical attacks hit the Pokémon with this ability.
Limber        | The Pokémon can't be paralyzed.
Liquid Ooze   | Opponent is hurt if he drains your Pokémon's HP.
Magma Armor   | You won't be damaged by Ice Type moves.
Magnet Pull   | Steel Pokémon can't leave the battle.
Marvel Scale  | Defense Power rises when effected by a Status Condition.
Minus         | Special Attack is multiplied with 1,5 when Plusle is out too.
Natural Cure  | All status effects are removed if you withdraw the Pokémon.
Oblivious     | Attract won't work on this Pokémon.
Overgrow      | Grass Attack Power is raised when HP is low.
Own Tempo     | The Pokémon can't be confused.
Pickup        | The Pokémon can find items randomly.
Poison Point  | Might Poison the opponent when he attacks you.
Pressure      | Opponent loses 2 PP when he attacks.
Pure Power    | Attack Power raises but is halved when you use Skill Swap.
Rain Dish     | Heals a bit of your health every turn when it is raining.
Rock Head     | You won't get hit with Recoil when using attacks like Take Down
Rough Skin    | Might hurt the attacking Pokémon.
Run Away      | Flee automatically from every wild Pokémon. (GBA versions only)
Sand Stream   | A Sandstorm will automatically rise.
Sand Veil     | Evasion rises when there is a Sand Storm.
Serene Grace  | Extra effects will occur two times as often.
Shadow Tag    | Your opponent can't change Pokémon.
Shed Skin     | A small chance that your status effect will be cured.
Shell Armor   | The Pokémon with this won't get hit by Critical Hits.
Shield Dust   | You won't get hit by side-effects from attacks like Poison.
Soundproof    | Moves that involve Sound don't hit.
Speed Boost   | Raises Speed at the start of every turn.
Static        | Might paralyze the opponent.
Stench        | Will encounter less wild Pokémon (GBA versions only)
Sticky Hold   | Thief and Knock off won't work.
Sturdy        | You can't be knocked out with one hit.
Suction Cups  | Roar and Whirlwind won't work.
Swarm         | Raises the power of Bug attacks when weak.
Swift Swim    | You'll become faster when it rains.
Synchronize   | The Attacking Pokémon will receive the same status effect.
Thick Fat     | Fire and Ice damages are halved.
Torrent       | Raises power of water attacks.
Trace         | Get the same ability as the opponent.
Truant        | Can only attack every two turns.
Vital Spirit  | Can't fall asleep.
Volt Absorb   | Electrical attacks heal the Pokémon.
Water Absorb  | The Pokémon gets healed by Water attacks.
Water Veil    | Can't be burned.
White Smoke   | Your stats can't be lowered by opponent.
Wonder Guard  | Only field and Critical Hits will damage you.
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9- Battle Mode                                                           [A900]
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     9.1- Importing Pokémon                                              [A901]
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You can select three types of Pokémon to use in the Battle Mode of this game. 
You can use Pokémon from Pokémon Ruby or Sapphire, from the Story Mode or just 
six random chosen Pokémon. If you select the computer Pokémon, you won't have
to complete the next step.

You have to 'register' your Pokémon before you can use them in the Battle Mode. 
You have to select 'Register Pokémon'. You can choose between Colosseum Pokémon 
and GBA Pokémon. After that, you have to select six Pokémon and confirm your 
choice. The old files in the Battle Mode will be overwritten.

To register Pokémon from Story Mode, you can't have Shadow Pokémon in your 
party, you should have six Pokémon in your party and you can't have Pokémon of 
the same kind in your group so no two Zigzagzoon's or something like that.

To register GBA Pokémon, you need to have a Pokédex and you need to save in a 
Pokémon Center. You can't have two Pokémon of the same kind in your party. You 
can't have eggs in your party and you need six Pokémon in your party. After 
registering the Pokémon, you can turn off your GBA.

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     9.2- Different Modes                                                [A902]
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>> SOLO BATTLE >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
You can choose between a Solo Battle against the PC or a Gang Battle. In a solo 
battle you can choose between Colosseum Battle (fight against 8 trainers in a 
row), Mt. Battle Vs. 100 (defeat 100 trainers a day), Continue (Continue a 
Colosseum or Mt. Battle battle), Register Pokémon and Poke Coupon Exchange. The 
fights in Solo Battle are the same as in Story Mode but you don't have the Call 
command and you can choose between 1 Vs 1 or 2 Vs 2.

There are six Colosseums in Colosseum Battle. Four of them are unlocked 
automatically. To unlock the fifth one, you have to beat Phenac Stadium (Easy), 
Pyrite Colosseum (Normal and Under Colosseum (Hard) in both Single and Double 
battle. Therefore, you'll have to fight against 48 trainers in total. If you 
become champion in the Tower Colosseum, you'll unlock the sixth one. You have
to beat it in Single and Double Battle. Some of these Battles have a level 
restriction, you can't use Pokémon higher than level 50 in the Battles that are 
restricted to Level 50.

At Mt. Battle you have to defeat hundred trainers in Single or Double Battle. 
The levels of the Pokémon your opponent uses is equal to the level of your best 
Pokémon.

After choosing Mt. Battle or a Colosseum, you have to select three Pokémon in 
Single Battle or four in Double Battle. You can choose at anytime to stop in 
Mt. Battle and save your progress. You can resume your game later.

If you defeat a trainer without losing a Pokémon, you'll get a 'Perfect Win'. 
You get a Continue if you have a Perfect Win. That means you can battle again 
against a trainer that beat you. You receive Poke Coupons if you beat eight 
trainers in a Colosseum Battle or ten in Mt. Battle.

You can only save one battle at a time so you can't save both a Colosseum and a 
Mt. Battle mode.

>> GANG BATTLE >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
To play this mode you'll need either one, three or four Game Boy Advance (SP) 
with a GBA-GC cable and a copy of Pokémon Ruby/Sapphire. You can choose between 
Battle with 2 or Battle with 4. If you chose the first option, you need a GBA 
and a GC controller. The Story Mode Player (Maximum 1 Story Mode player) has to 
use a GC controller and the GBA player needs to use his Pokémon from 
Ruby/Sapphire. For a battle with four, you'll need 3 GBA and a GC controller.

After selecting Gang Battle, you should choose the right combination. If you 
select 'Battle with 2', you have to choose between Single and Double Battle. If 
you choose 'Battle with 4', it will be automatically a Double Battle. Then you 
can choose the rules that everyone will need to obey and confirm everything. A 
screen will appear explaining how to link everything. You need to obey the same 
rules for registering Pokémon as in Solo Battle.

The GBA players need to select everything on the screen of their Game Boy 
Advance so that only they can see what they select. The Story Mode Player needs 
to remember his moves carefully. You can view the controls in your manual.

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     10.1- Copyright                                                     [B001]
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        This document is copyrighted 2002-2003-2004 to Joni Philips.

This guide shall be used for personal use only. If you are to print it out for 
that purpose, the disclaimers must be included. This guide must not be added 
into a magazine, newsletters, etc. without the expressed written permission of 
the authors. You may not distribute it without my permission, even not by mail 
without crediting me.

If you wish to distribute this guide in any non money making scheme, please 
write a letter to the author on email. You must give obvious credit to the 
author as well. The author will take no responsibility as to what the reader 
shall do prior to reading this guide. If you are however to break any of the 
above rules, I will take action and you wouldn't want that to happen.

This guide should be found on the following sites. To get permission to post 
this FAQ, mail the author. If you get the permission to post this FAQ, you can 
add your site to the list. After that a list of sites who are not allowed to 
use this is included. It could be that they get permission if they mail me, if 
that is the case, remember to take your site out of the list. If you work for 
any of those sites, you don't have to write a very long mail when you're asking 
to use my FAQ. A simple short mail with the name of the site and the FAQ you 
want to use is sufficient. 

New/other sites will be asked to give a longer mail explaining things like how 
old their site is; various features and stuff like that. I will accept to let 
you use my FAQ 90% of the time, the other 10% of the time might be because you 
have too many pop-ups or you only use one FAQ of a game at a time and I think 
the other one is better.

  SITES WHICH ARE ALLOWED:
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   GameFAQs                       | http://www.gamefaqs.com
   Game Spot                      | http://www.gamespot.com
   IGN                            | http://faqs.ign.com
   Neoseeker                      | http://www.neoseeker.com
   Cheat Happens                  | http://www.cheathappens.com
   Computer Underground           | http://computerunderground.com
   Game Pad                       | http://gamepadonline.com
   Cheats                         | http://www.cheats.de
   Gamer Help                     | http://www.gamerhelp.com

  SITES WHICH CAN RECEIVE EASY PERMISSION:
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   911 Codes                      | http://911codes.com 
   9 Lives                        | http://www.9lives.ru/eng/ 
   A2z Cheats                     | http://www.a2zcheats.com 
   Bean's PlayStation Dimension   | http://www.bean.dk/psx/index.htm  
   Cheat Code Central             | http://www.cheatcc.com  
   Cheat Index                    | http://cheatindex.com     
   Cheat Matrix                   | http://cheatmatrix.com     
   Cheat Search                   | http://cheatsearch.com      
   Cheat stop                     | http://www.panstudio.com/cheatstop      
   CNET Gamecenter                | http://games.netscape.com/Faqs     
   Console Domain                 | http://www.consoledomain.co.uk     
   Dark Station                   | http://www.darkstation.com/    
   Dirty Little Helper            | http://dlh.net     
   Freaky Cheats                  | http://www.freakycheats.com     
   Games Domain                   | http://www.gamesdomain.com      
   Game Express                   | http://www.gameexpress.com     
   Mega Games                     | http://www.megagames.com     
   Square Haven                   | http://www.square-haven.net     
   Ultimate System                | http://www.flatbedexpress.com     
   VideoGaming.net                | http://www.videogaming.net   

For people who speak Dutch: The best version of all my Dutch FAQ's which are 
complete can be found accompanied by screenshots (not all of them will have 
screenshots though) of the game on my site. When my website is online you can 
find the URL of the website in my profile on the site you are now visiting. The 
name of my site will be Dutch FAQ Central and will probably end up on an 
http://users.skynet.be/******* URL. The site is temporarily unavailable though.

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     10.2- Contacting the author                                         [B002]
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If you wish to contact us, please email me at fa354230 [at] skynet [dot] be, 
replace the [at] with @ and the [dot] with a point. It just there to prevent 
people scanning this file for mail addresses. Mention the name of the game in 
the topic title. I will accept suggestions, questions, something you want me to 
know BUT, no spam, porn, or any of the sort. Your message will be ignored and 
any emails from you will be put into the trash. Don't you just love auto block 
features.

I don't have an AIM account. I do have an MSN account. You can add me to your 
list if you have questions about FAQ writing or just want to talk about playing 
games. If you ask questions about how to finish a game I wrote a Complete FAQ 
over, you'll be blocked. My MSN address is fa34230 [at] skynet [dot] be. If you 
have my other mail address for MSN, don't add this one too. I'm using them both 
at the same time. An alternative to email will be the message boards.

If you emailed me with a question or similar, I'll send an email back telling 
you whatever you wish to know. However, I sometimes don't frequently check my 
mailbox so if you don't receive your reply right away, try waiting a few days. 
If a week has passed, chances are, either I didn't get your email or you didn't 
get my email. If you're question is already answered in this FAQ/Walkthrough, 
you won't get a response. Don't bother sending multiple mails, you'll still be 
ignored.

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     10.3- Environment Rant - Very Important for a FAQ this size         [B003]
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This FAQ already counts more than 100 pages. Once this FAQ is finished; it will 
possibly count more than 125 pages. If you were to print out this FAQ, it would 
take probably an entire day. It is also possible that your printer cartridges 
become empty so that you have to buy new cartridges, these are very expensive. 

If you want to print something out, only highlight a small part to print out, 
this will make your printing go faster and you will waste less ink and money. 
If you decide to print out this entire FAQ, we can't be hold responsible for 
any damage caused to your printer or if your cartridges become empty. 

It is also bad for the environment if you print out this entire thing. If you 
read this after printing out this FAQ or still decide to print it out; you 
should know that you killed at least one tree. Better plant 3 new trees to 
restore the damage. (One old tree converts as many CO2 into 02 as 3 young 
trees.) You can also plant one if you didn't print this FAQ, it can give you 
fruit and you can sit in the shadow when it is hot. Mail me if you agree with 
me. That way, you don't waste any paper and it makes me happy.

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     10.4- Version History                                               [B004]
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Version Complete:
Commentary: Completely finished. I took me two months.
Pages: 133
Words: 44,453
Signs: 347,081

Version 4.0:
Commentary: Split the FAQ into an in depth FAQ and this main walkthrough.
Pages: 61
Words: 30,502
Signs: 208,159

Version 3.0:
Commentary: This should be the last version before the last update.
Pages: 102
Words: 33,342
Signs: 270,738

Version 2.0:
Commentary: Well, I got most sections finished but still a couple to go.
Pages: 87
Words: 25,933
Signs: 220,676

Version 1.0:
Commentary: I have worked for a couple of days on this FAQ now.
Pages: 36
Words: 17,479
Signs: 124,053

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     10.5- Credits                                                       [B005]
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GameFAQs
It has many great boards where you can discuss all kinds of games. I even 
visit some of the game boards there when I'm making a FAQ but that is only 
when I start it at the launch.

Joni Philips
He sacrificed his spare time to write this FAQ. He spent a lot of hours on it 
without getting anything so be kind be kind to him despite the fact that he is 
asocial, in return.

The FAQ sites
They are hosting my FAQ so that you can read it. Continue to visit the site 
where you are reading this if you like it. Otherwise, there are always good 
alternatives that carry my FAQs too.

FAQ Contributors Board - GameFAQs
It is one of the better boards on GameFAQs and there are a lot of good writers 
who can help you when writing a FAQ or you want to chat with. They helped me a 
lot when I was a starter.

Scurty
He made the brilliant ASCII art that is at the top. I did tweak it a bit; I 
think this type of brightness suits this FAQ better.

Darkness 164
He was able to tell me where you can find Makuhita after missing him the first 
time.

Stephen M. G.
He gave me advice on what to use against a couple of Pokémon.

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     10.6- Info about the Author                                         [B006]
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You can find all my FAQ's on the sites that are on the list. As you can see I 
already wrote lots of FAQ's. And because I do this for free and normally don't 
get money for this, I would appreciate it if you send five euro to me. Only 
kidding, I would appreciate it if you don't send me hate mail or spam. 

Even if you want a write a FAQ yourself, don't mail me either. Several sites 
like http://members.optusnet.com.au/astroblue/faqwarp.html have a good manual 
to make FAQ's. If you find my FAQ on other site then these on the list, e-mail 
me because they are making money out my FAQ. I have my work on other sites too 
but these 4 sites have more than 90% of my FAQ's. Most other sites only have 2 
or 3.

Cheat Happens:      | http://www.cheathappens.com/author.asp?ID=209
Neoseeker           | http://www.neoseeker.com/members/profiles/Joni+Philips
IGN:                | http://users.ign.com/about/Joni_Philips
GameFAQs            | http://www.gamefaqs.com/features/recognition/18847.html

I am now going to talk about me. I was born on 29th of July in 1987. I live in 
a town, Vossem, which is close to Brussels, the capital of Belgium. For al the 
idiots out there, Belgium lays between France, The Netherlands, Germany, 
Luxemburg and the North Sea.

At the moment that I am writing this, I am 16. If you reading this after 29th 
July 2004, you should remember I'm older than 16. I completed my Primary 
School in Vossem. When I graduated there I went to the Holy Heart College in 
Tervuren; there I am in my fourth year of Latin and Mathematics. Correction, I 
already moved on to the fifth year in which I'm following Science - Math (6 
Hours) and now I'm going to the sixth year so I'm almost out of school.

My main hobby is playing games. My favorite games are Super Mario World and 
Final Fantasy VIII (not a typo) and my favorite genre is Role Playing Games 
like Final Fantasy X. Next to that I also read Comic Books and magazines about 
Games like NGC. My second hobby is as you can see writing FAQ's. On the matter 
of sports I am not good.

I also surf a lot on the World Wide Web to sites about games. Most are Dutch 
but some are English. I even write reviews for one of these sites namely for 
www.gamed.nl. It is a young game site that came online in October 2003. It is 
also one of the reasons why I slowed down so much on writing FAQ's.

English:
GameFAQs                            | http://www.gamefaqs.com 
Neoseeker                           | http://www.neoseeker.com
IGN                                 | http://www.ign.com
Cheat Happens                       | http://www.cheathappens.com
Gamers                              | http://www.gamers.com 
Game Spot                           | http://www.gamespot.com 
Nintendo                            | http://www.nintendo.com
PlayStation                         | http://www.playstation.com 

Dutch:
Belgian Gaming Network              | http://www.begn.be
Gamed                               | http://www.gamed.nl
Gamer                               | http://www.gamer.nl
Nintendo                            | http://www.nintendo-europe.com
PlayStation                         | http://www.playstation.be
Game Mania                          | http://www.gamemania.be
OPM2                                | http://www.opm2.be
Game Power                          | http://www.jim.be/
Game Spot                           | http://www.gamespot.be
     
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