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Pokerus review for Pokemon FireRed

 
 
 

Pokerus

I am goin to tell you about this virous that i have encounted on pokemon fire red and also on my pokemon emerald.For starters this is not like a disease or anything that could fully infect your game and make it never work again,its just a simple infection.Firstly if one of your pokemon have this Pokerus infection dont try and trade it because your probly just wasting your precious time compleating your pokedex.If you try and trde a pokerus infected pokemon its not going to harm your game it will just cancell the trade no big deal.Secondly your probly wondering how you can avoid catching this virous.Well you cant avoid it it just happens.Its usually on a pokemon that is obtained by a gameshark usually a shiny pokemon.

Added by: cheat provider Apr 16th 2007, ID#10658

 
 
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Pokerus is yes a sickness on your pokemon much like a flu. It is not bad and it does not stop trading. And no it is not from a shiny or gameshark pokemon. This can be caught fighting a random wild pokemon. All the pokerus does is infect one pokemon and any others on your team the pc boxes don't count and give them higher stats than what they would have normally. Pokerus is a randomly generated event so if you happen to have a pokemon with it infect as many as you can! After the infection is overwith your pokemon will have a little face icon when you view it. Meaning it had the virus has better stats but it can not give the pokerus to another pokemon now.

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