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Dr. Ivo Robotnik asks: Added Aug 13th 2007, ID #94147

Question for Sonic Adventure 2 Battle

Okay, this is a silly question, but a question nontheless. When in the blackmarket, the eggs are labeled as typical and moderately rare eggs. But are there eggs higher than moderate. I mean, moderate is a word that is normally associated with meduim, or mid-grade, right? Shouldn't that mean there may be higher class eggs? I have my doubts, but still, if there wasn't why would they use a word like moderate?
 
 
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McDude answered: Added 19th Aug 2007, ID #205616
Umm I can't quite remember as I haven't played in a while sorry but the more sonic emblems you collect the more the black market gets to sell

Hope this helps (probably won't)

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teammember answered: Added 26th Aug 2007, ID #206730
Yes, but theyre not in store, you have to get them from the sonic advance game
 
 
 
 
Guest answered: Added 15th Mar 2011, ID #392716
No. Because if you put a word like uncommon egg and then common it just doesn't make sense because uncommon and common are almost the exact same thing so they use the words typical for common and then moderate for slightly rare.
 
 
 
 
 

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