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Hi guys! I once heard someone say that at the s..

grandmastergirl asks: Added Jul 5th 2004, ID #5714

Question for Pokemon Sapphire

Hi guys!

I once heard someone say that at the start of the game you can save next to Professor Birch's bag and turn your game on and off untill you get a pokemon thats female. I was just wondering, could you get a shiny or coloured version of those pokemon this way? if so, would it take ages and what colour would the pokemon be?

Thanks, Grandmastergirl >_<

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mew exodia answered:
Added 6th Jul 2004, ID #7526
No, you can't get a flashing pokemon that way.

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