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QUICK QUESTIONS: Button tap Myth, and , whre can i buy

Jerpytho asks: Added May 17th 2008, ID #118137

QUICK QUESTIONS: Button tap Myth, and , whre can i buy

Where can I buy the older Pokemon games? RYB
Is it true tapping the A and B buttons increases the chance of catching Pokemon, or is that just a rumor started by some kid so he felt like he/she was apart of the process after the ball is thrown? Is it a myth?

Comment:(May 18 2008) also, this may seem futile, but is there any way to make my phone book larger? if not, who should i keep in there? Who will continue to call back to fight and get better so as to reamain a challenge?

Comment:(May 18 2008) And im sorry, last one? Is it at all possible to make pokemon forget HMS?

Comment:(May 18 2008) And im sorry, last one? Is it at all possible to make pokemon forget HMS?


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cheating-is-good answered:
Added 18th May 2008, ID #255093
Alright, I will try to answer your questions the best that I can. If you want to buy the older Pokemon games, then you can try checking all of the game stores like Gamestop or EB games. I know for a fact that Gamestop stores should have a few of the games lying around as my local gamestop store has a surprising amount older Pokemon games. You could also check, or and look around there. About the Pokeball rumor thing, it is fake. Well, in some cases, it is real. In Pokemon emerald, if you press certain buttons at the right time, it locks the pokeball and makes it's strength equivalent to that of a Master ball. However, I do not think that there is anything like this in any of the older games. No, there is no way that I know of to make your contact list larger. Sorry. What I do is just keep the people that are important, or the ones that I usually battle. If I don't think that they will offer me a good battle at any time, then I erase them from the list. Yes, there is a way to erase any HM moves that your Pokemon knows. If I remember correctly, there is a Move deleter in Blackthorne City who will erase any move that a Pokemon knows, and this includes HM's. You will have to look around for him.

Hope this helps.
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johnkrill answered:
Added 18th May 2008, ID #254987
You can usually find the older games in a glass case in a Game Stop. The case contains all old and used gamebody Advance and older games.

As for the A and B, it doesn't do anything, but I hit it out of habit (darn rumor!).

beedizzle answered:
Added 19th May 2008, ID #255111
Pressing a and b does nothing, sorry

The phonebook doesn't get any larger

You can make Pokemon forget hms by going to the move deleter in blackthorn city
clarissasy03 answered:
Added 28th May 2008, ID #256709
If you want easier just go to the house where the man in the blackthorn city... Who moves any move in your pokemon...

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