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Star Piece

Theres a really easy way to get a Star Piece everyday. A Star Piece sells for 4900 making this an easy way to get money. Right before you go inside Pinwheel forest you should see a non paved path with a nurse in front of it. Follow that path to a set of stairs and head up them. At the top theres a bunch of small rocks and one big one, which is called the training rock. Go up the the large rock with a fighting type Pokemon in your party. If you don't have a fighting type you can always catch on in the grass. Anyway go click on the rock and let your Pokemon try to break the it. When this happens your Pokemon will break off a Star Piece. Now you can either go sell your Star Piece or save it for a rainy day.

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Added 10 Mar 2011, ID #15392, by Ninetailed Fox
 
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Professor Juniper TMs

Professor Juniper will give you TM's for how many Pokemon you have seen.

25 or more - TM 54 False Swipe
60 or more - TM 17 Protect
115 or more - TM 10 Hidden Power

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Added 9 Mar 2011, ID #15384, by kimmy456
 

Poke Marts items and Conditions

No Badges

- Potion
- Poke Ball

One Or Two Badges

- Antidote
- Parlyz Heal
- Awakening
- Burn Heal
- Ice Heal
- Escape Rope
- Great Ball
- Super Potion

Three or Four Badges

- Super Repel
- Hyper Potion
- Revive

Five or Six Badges

- Full Heal
- Max Repel
- Ultra Ball

Six or Seven Badges

- Max Potion

All Eight Badges

- Full Restore

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Added 9 Mar 2011, ID #15383, by kimmy456
 

Poke Balls and Functions

Poke Balls and their Functions

Poke Ball - Most basic used for catching Pokemon
Great Ball - Better at catching Pokemon
Ultra Ball - Better than the great Ball at Catching Pokemon
Master Ball - Catches Pokemon without fail
Premier Ball - Same as a Poke Ball
Heal Ball - Restores HP of the Pokemon that is captured with it
Net Ball - Good for catching water and bug Pokemon
Nest Ball - The lower the Pokemon's level the better the ball worked
Quick Ball - Most effective when thrown at the beginning at the battle.
Timer Ball - Works better when more turns have gone by in battle
Repeat Ball - Good at catching Pokemon that you have already caught before
Dive Ball - Good for catching Pokemon that are underwater
Dusk Ball - it's good for catching Pokemon in caves and at Night
Luxury Ball - Friendship with the Pokemon that is caught will grow faster.

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Added 9 Mar 2011, ID #15381, by kimmy456
 

TM 95

If you're at all interested in TM95 SNARL, then listen up. It is obtainable in Pokemon Black/White if you have a Lock Capsule in your Heart Gold/Soul Silver game. Simply trade it over via the relocator and take it to Mr. Lock in the Northern Road of Castelia City. He'll unlock it and give you the TM with no trouble at all.

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Added 7 Mar 2011, ID #15351, by Forgoten_Scars
 

Zorua

If you have an event Celebi in your Heart Gold/Soul Silver games, you will be able to trade it over to your copy of Black/White and receive the Zorua Pokemon. Simply go to one of Castelia City's gates. If you're at the right one, there will be a girl standing inside next to a Pokemon. When you talk to the girl with Celebi in your party, Celebi will pop out of it's Pokeball and Zorua will change from it's Illusion. After this time, you will be given Zorua as a gift. Enjoy it if you can get it!

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Added 7 Mar 2011, ID #15350, by Forgoten_Scars
 

Zoroark

If you have either Raikou, Entei or Suicune in your Pokemon Heart Gold/Soul Silver games and you transfer it to your Pokemon Black/White, you will be able to gain access to the Lostlorn Forest area. In this place, you will find someone who mentions a Pokemon that has been known to create illusions. You will find a Pokemon matching one of the beasts that you didn't transfer over. If you send over Raikou, you'll see Entei in Black/White. If you send over Entei and you'll see Suicune in Black/White. If you send over Suicune, you'll see Raikou in Black/White. When you attack, you'll see that it is in fact a Zoroark. This is the only way you can capture Zoroark. If you capture Zoroark, it's attacks will be Fury Swipes, Faint Attack, Scary Face, and Taunt.

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Added 7 Mar 2011, ID #15349, by Forgoten_Scars
 

Relocator

Go to Castelia City and find a building with a man standing in it. This man will be facing the right hand wall and wearing a scientist like outfit. If you find the right person, he'll give you the chance to enter four words. Enter the following:

Everyone Happy
Simple Connection

That should give you the chance to trade over certain Pokemon and items from Heart Gold/Soul Silver that will be vital for obtaining special events in Black/White.

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Added 7 Mar 2011, ID #15348, by Forgoten_Scars
 

Pokeball 100% catch rate

In Pokemon Black and White, sometimes when you throw a Pokeball, and you'll be guaranteed to catch the Pokemon no matter what Pokeball you used. This happens very rarely so you may be playing awhile before it happens. When it happens the Pokeball will pause in midair for a split second before hitting the Pokemon and catching it.

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Added 6 Mar 2011, ID #15343, by Ninetailed Fox
 

TM or Technical Machines

Technical Machine or TMs have taken a new twist in Pokemon Black and White. Unlike in other Pokemon Games where they can only be used once, you can now use them as many times as you want. In another words TMs are now reusable like HMs. Now you don't have to worry about wasting your money on TMs, or not being able to find another one of a TM you need.

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Added 6 Mar 2011, ID #15342, by Ninetailed Fox
 

Plasma Weakness

Just a small word to the wise that may help you through this game. The main enemy team in this game, Team Plasma, has a very bad (Or good for you) tendency to use Pokemon that are incredibly weak to fighting type attacks. This could be good if you choose Tepig as your starter, or manage to catch a strong fighting type early on in the game.

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Added 5 Mar 2011, ID #15335, by Forgoten_Scars
 

Elemental monkey

When you get to the town with the first gym, don't head to the gym straight away. Go to the top right exit of town and to the dream yard. There talk to a lady who will give you an elemental monkey, Pansage, Pansear, or Panpour. The one that you get depends on your starter Pokemon. You pick Oshawott you get the fire monkey Pansear, Snivy you get the water monkey Panpour, and if you get Tepig you'll be given the grass monkey Pansage. Now that you have your monkey go ahead to the first gym, your monkey will have a type advantage over which gym leader you battle.

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Added 28 Feb 2011, ID #15317, by Ninetailed Fox
 

The fish Pokemon Basculin

This a new fish Pokemon in the 5th gen Pokemon games and has two forms though you cannot change it, Whichever form you find it in is how it'll stay. Good news is you can get both of it's forms in each game. Its Red stripe form is more common in Pokemon Black while it's Blue stripe form is more common in Pokemon White. While your fishing or surfing spots of water you'll sometimes see a round dark blue spot. A lot of the time when you surf over to the spot or fish in them you might run into the rarer form of Basculin.

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Added 29 Jan 2011, ID #15181, by Ninetailed Fox
 

8th Gym

Basic Gym Leader Stats



A somewhat hard dragon type gym

Gym Leader: Iris

..::Pokemon::..



Name: Onondo
Level: 41
Type: Dragon

Attacks:
Dragon Dance
Dragon Rage
Dragon Tail
Assurance

Suggestion: Use an ice or dragon type if you have it.

Name: Crimagan
Level: 41
Type: Dragon

Attacks:
Little By Little
Revenge
Dragon Tail
Night Slash

Suggestion: Use an ice or dragon type if you have it.

Name: Ononokusu
Level: 43
Type: Dragon

Attacks:
Dragon Dance
Slash
Dragon Tail
Assurance

Suggestion: Use an ice or dragon type if you have it.

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Added 17 Dec 2010, ID #14975, by Forgoten_Scars
 

7th Gym

Basic Gym Leader Stats



An easy ice type gym

Gym Leader: Hachiku

..::Pokemon::..



Name: Baniricchu
Level: 37
Type: Ice

Attacks:
Mirror Shot
Acid Armor
Ice Breathe
Astonish

Suggestion: Use a fire, fighting, rock, or steel type if you have it.

Name: Furiijio
Level: 37
Type: Ice

Attacks:
Reflect
Aurora Beam
Ice Breath
Rapid Spin

Suggestion: Use a fire, fighting, rock, or steel type if you have it.

Name: Tsunbeaa
Level: 39
Type: Ice

Attacks:
Slash
Brine
Icicle Drop
Swagger

Suggestion: Use a fire, fighting, rock, or steel type if you have it.

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Added 17 Dec 2010, ID #14974, by Forgoten_Scars
 

6th Gym

Basic Gym Leader Stats



A somewhat easy flying type gym.

Gym Leader: Furou

..::Pokemon::..



Name: Kokoromori
Level: 33
Type: Psychic/Flying

Attacks:
Heart Stamp
Amnesia
Acrobat
Assurance

Suggestion: Use an electric, ice, rock, ghost, or dark type if you have it.

Name: Kenhorou
Level: 33
Type: Normal/Flying

Attacks:
Quick Attack
Air Slash
Leer
Razor Wind

Suggestion: Use an electric, ice, or rock type if you have it.

Name: Swanna
Level: 35
Type: Water/Flying

Attacks:
Aqua Ring
Aerial Ace
Air Slash
Bubblebeam

Suggestion: Use an electric or rock type if you have it.

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Added 17 Dec 2010, ID #14973, by Forgoten_Scars
 

5th Gym

Basic Gym Leader Stats



A fairly easy ground type gym

Gym Leader: Yakon

..::Pokemon::..



Name: Waruvile
Level: 29
Type: Ground/Dark

Attacks:
Crunch
Swagger
Level Ground
Tourment

Suggestion: Use a Water, Grass, Ice, Fighting, or Bug type if you have it.

Name: Gamagaru
Level: 29
Type: Water/Ground

Attacks:
Muddy Water
Aqua Ring
Level Ground
Bubblebeam

Suggestion: Use a Grass type if you have it.

Name: Doryuuzu
Level: 31
Type: Ground/Steel

Attacks:
Slash
Rock Slide
Level Ground
Claw Sharpen

Suggestion: Use a fire, water, ice, or ground type if you have it.

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Added 17 Dec 2010, ID #14972, by Forgoten_Scars
 

4th Gym

Basic Gym Leader Stats



A somewhat challenging electric type gym

Gym Leader: Kamitsure

..::Pokemon::..



Name: Emonga
Level: 25
Type: Electric/Flying

Attacks:
Pursuit
Quick Attack
Volt Change
Aerial Ace

Suggestion: Use an ice or rock if you have it.

Name: Emonga
Level: 25
Type: Electric/Flying

Attacks:
Pursuit
Quick Attack
Volt Change
Aerial Ace

Suggestion: Use an ice or rock type if you have it.

Name: Zeburaika
Level: 27
Type: Electric

Attacks:
Quick Attack
Spark
Volt Change
Nitro Charge

Suggestion: Use a ground type if you have it.

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Added 17 Dec 2010, ID #14971, by Forgoten_Scars
 

3rd Gym

Basic Gym Leader Stats



A fairly easy bug type gym.

Gym Leader: Arty

..::Pokemon::..



Name: Hoiiga
Level: 21
Type: Bug/Poison

Attacks:
Poison Tail
Bug Opposition
Pursuit
Screech

Suggestion: Use a fire, flying, psychic, or rock type if you have it.

Name: Ishizumai
Level: 21
Type: Bug/Rock

Attacks:
Knock Down
Bug Opposition
Faint Attack
Sand-attack

Suggestion: Use a water, rock, or steel type if you have it.

Name: Hahakomori
Level: 23
Type: Bug/Grass

Attacks:
Razor Leaf
Bug Opposition
String Shot
Protect

Suggestion: Use a fire, ice, poison, flying, bug, or rock type if you have it.

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Added 17 Dec 2010, ID #14970, by Forgoten_Scars
 

2nd Gym

Basic Gym Leader Stats



Just a basic normal type gym. Not all that hard to beat.

Gym Leader: Aloe

..::Pokemon::..



Name: Haderia
Level: 18
Type: Normal

Attacks:
Take Down
Bite
Vengeance
Leer

Suggestion: Use a fighting type if you have it.

Name: Miruhog
Level: 20
Type: Normal

Attacks:
Leer
Crunch
Vengeance
Hypnosis

Suggestion: Use a fighting type if you have it.

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Added 17 Dec 2010, ID #14969, by Forgoten_Scars
 
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