Walkthrough by XXFIBOXX
Pokemon Black on SuperCheats.com


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                             Walkthrough/FAQ
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====================TABLE OF CONTENTS====================== 
To find a particluar part on this Walkthrough, Follow this:
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--- GENERAL INFORMATION ---
   

   [1] Introduction
   [2] Features 
   [3] Version Differences
   [4] FAQ

--- WALKTHROUGH ---

   [5] Walkthrough
     [a]  Kanoko Town
     [b]  Route 1
     [c]  Karakusa Town
     [d]  Route 2
     [e]  Sanyou City
     [f]  Sanyou Gym
     [g]  Abandoned Lot of Dreams
     [h]  Route 3
     [i]  Shippou City
     [j]  Shippou Gym
     [k]  Yaguruma Forest
     [l]  Hiun City
     [m]  Hiun Gym
     [n]  Route 4
     [o]  Resort Desert
     [p]  Raimon City
     [q]  Raimon Gym
     [r]  Route 5
     [s]  Hodomoe City
     [t]  Freezing Container
     [u]  Hodomoe Gym
     [v]  Route 6
     [w]  Electric Rock Cave
     [x]  Fukiyose City
     [y]  Route 7
     [z]  Tower of Heaven
     [aa] Fukiyose Gym
     [bb] Mt. Neji
     [cc] Sekka City
     [dd] Sekka Gym
     [ee] Ryuusaren Tower
     [ff] Ancient Castle
     [gg] Route 8
     [hh] Sekka Wetlands
     [ii] Cylinder Bridge
     [jj] Route 9
     [kk] Souryuu City
     [ll] Souryuu Gym
     [mm] Route 10
     [nn] Victory Road
     [oo] Pokemon League
     [pp] N's Castle

--- END GAME --- 
   
   [6] End Game Battles
      [6a] Belle
      [6b] Cheren
      [6c] Elite 4 Rematch
      [6d] Cynthia
      [6e] Morimoto
 
--- REFERENCE --- 		
   
   [7] Dream World 
      [7a] How to Access Dream World
 
   [8] Pokemon Locations
      [8a] Isshu Dex
      [8b] National Dex - Kanto
      [8c] National Dex - Johto

   [9] Moves
   [10] Abilities
   [11] TMs & HMs
   [12] Items
   [13] Strongest Pokemon (Base Stats)  
   [14] Closing Remarks (Contact Info, Credits, Legal Info) 


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========================[1] INTRODUCTION====================================== 
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Pokemon Black and White mark the beginning of the 5th generation of Pokemon
game series and were released in September 2010 in Japan. 
These games are widely anticipated by Pokemon fans for the many new features
they provide. This guide seeks to give you a comprehensive overview of those
features as well as show you how to get through the game while providing
helpful tips and advice.

Keep in mind that since these games were released only recently, many things
such as locations and the mechanics of moves/items/abilities are unknown and 
have yet to be discovered. As this guide gets updated, it will include these
new information.

If you would like to contribute to this guide, please go to the contact
information section and notify me through one of those methods.



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======================[2] FEATURES============================================ 
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Handheld Pokemon games usually follow a pretty standard set of traditions, but
each new generation adds several new features that expands upon the previous
games in the franchise. Here are some of the new features you can expect:

--New region called Isshu, which is based off of New York and not a region 
  from Japan like previous regions.

--Older player characters. While characters from past games were stated to be
  10 years old, the characters in these games are in their teenage years.

--First female Pokemon Professor in the games.

--A new antagonist team named Team Plasma.

--Two new battle modes - Three vs. Three and Rotational Battles.

--Seasons in the game, which change every month and affect where Pokemon 
  appear, as well as accessibility to some areas of the game.

--The ability to battle with random opponents on Wi-Fi without a Friend Code.
--Pokemon Global Link allows other people to visit you in-game.

--The Dream World feature which lets you send Pokemon from your games to a
  website where you can get items and meet other Pokemon. You can bring the
  Pokemon you meet here back into your own game.

--Pokemon Musicals, which are similar to Pokemon Contests, but do not involve
  performing with moves.

--Sprites have fluid animations that move during the entire battle, as well as 
  shadows. Also back sprites now show the Pokemon's full body.



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======================[3] VERSION EXCLUSIVES--================================ 
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Which game should you get if you're not getting both? These is a questions
players ask themselves every time a new generation of games come out. In 
previous generations, the only major differences were the Pokemon you can
encounter. In Black/White there are now more version differences than ever.

=VERSION EXCLUSIVE POKEMON=

PRE-NATIONAL DEX

Only available in Black      Only available in White
------------------------     ----------------------------
Monmen - Grass               Churine - Grass
Erufuun - Grass              Doredia - Grass
Gochimu - Psychic            Yuniran - Psychic
Gochimiru - Psychic          Daburan - Psychic
Gochiruzeru - Psychic        Rankurusu - Psychic
Baruchai - Dark/Flying       Washibon - Normal/Flying
Barujina - Dark/Flying       Wargle - Normal/Flying
Toruneosu - Flying           Borutorosu - Electric/Flying
Reshiram - Dragon/Fire       Zekrom - Dragon/Electric

NATIONAL DEX

Only available in Black      Only available in White
------------------------     ----------------------------
Weedle - Bug/Poison          Caterpie - Bug
Kakuna - Bug/Poison          Metapod - Bug
Beedrill - Bug/Poison        Butterfree - Bug/Flying
Paras - Bug/Grass            Shroomish - Grass
Parasect - Bug/Grass         Breloom - Grass/Fighting
Murkrow - Dark/Flying        Misdreavus - Ghost
Honchkrow - Dark/Flying      Mismagius - Ghost
Houndour - Dark/Fire         Poochyena - Dark
Houndoom - Dark/Fire         Mightyena - Dark
Plusle - Electric            Minun - Electric
Volbeat - Bug                Illumise - Bug

 
=VERSION EXCLUSIVE REGIONS=

Black has Black City, an industrialized city that has a lot of trainers
with powerful 2nd-stage Pokemon that you can battle. It also lets you 
purchase certain rare items that you can't buy in White.

White has White Forest which allows you to catch wild Pokemon from previous
generations that you can't catch in Black. It also has several rare items
that you can't find in Black.


=VERSION EXCLUSIVE GYM LEADERS=
The eight Gym Leader of Isshu depends on which version you have. White will
have a young girl named Iris while Black will have an old man named Shaga. 
Both use the same exact teams though.


=VERSION EXCLUSIVE BATTLES=
There are certain trainers you can battle in Black that you can't battle in
White and vice versa. Also there are certain trainers that will have a 
different battle style depending on the version. For instance, Black players
will encounter more trainers that fight in Rotation Battle mode while White 
players will find more trainers that fight in Triple Battle mode.

 
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===========================[4] FAQ============================================ 
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Q. When will these games come out in the US?
A. The main Pokemon games usually have a US Spring release date, so expect 
   these games to come out in March or April of 2011. However, these games 
   may be released sooner.


Q. How many new Pokemon are there in these games?
A. There are 156 new Pokemon in the Isshu Region, bringing the total number
   of Pokemon to 649.


Q. Are there any new evolutions/pre-evolutions of old Pokemon?
A. No, absolutely no 5th gen Pokemon are related to Pokemon from previous 
   generations. Even though many Pokemon look similar, like Mamambou and 
   Luvdisc or Emonga and Pachirisu, they share no evolutionary line. 


Q. Are there any new types in these games?
A. No, there are no new types. Only the 17 types in previous gens are present.


Q. Can Dream World Abilities be passed down?
A. Yes, as long as the Pokemon with the Dream World Ability is female. The
   chance of inheriting a Dream World Ability is unknown for now.


Q. How come I can't send a Pokemon from a 4th gen game to Black/White?
A. Pokemon that know an HM move cannot be transferred. Pokemon cannot be 
   holding any items either. Also Spiky-Eared Pichu cannot be transferred. 


Q. How come I can't use a Pokemon transfered from a 4th gen game on Random
   WiFi Battles?
A. You cannot use Pokemon that have moves they can only learn from a TM/Tutor
   that doesn't exist in Black/White (example: Scizor with Superpower or 
   Azelf with Stealth Rock). This only applies to Random WiFi Battles and not
   Friend Code Battles.


GOT A QUESTION?
Use the contact information section to contact me and I'll try to answer it
to the best of my ability.



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========================[5] WALKTHROUGH======================================= 
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====================!!!!!!NOTE!!!!!====================

Names of Pokemon/People/Items etc are subject to change in the English Release.
Also some names may have different ways of spelling or have completely 
different names due to translation. For instance the move "Troll" can also be
called "Sing A Round" or "A Capella".

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When you begin the game, Professor Araragi will greet you and welcome you to 
the Isshu region. This is where you pick your gender and your name before you
are sent off to the Pokemon world. 

The game will begin in the Spring time in Kanoko Town.


-------------------------[a] KANOKO TOWN--------------------------------

You'll see a cutscene of Prof. Araragi walking into your house and then
exiting. Inside the house is your player character and another person, your
friend and rival Cheren. It isn't long before you are joined by a blonde girl
named Belle. There is a fancy present sitting on the table in front of you, 
so go ahead and open it!

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|STARTER SELECTION                                                          |
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Tsutarja                                                                   
Type: Grass                                                                
Ability: Overgrow                                                          
Base Stats: 45 HP, 45 ATK, 55 DEF, 63 SPD, 45 SPATK, 55 SPDEF              
Starting Moves: Tackle, Leer                                               
                                                                         
Tsutarja is the Grass starter, based off of a vine snake. This smug little 
guy has high Speed and defenses, but mediocre stats in the other areas.     
Its type is weak against 4 of the 8 Gym Leaders (Fire, Bug, Flying, Ice),  
resistant against 2 (Electric, Ground), and supereffective against 1        
(Ground). It mostly learns Grass and Normal moves, which means it will 
have trouble versus Steel types.

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Pokabu
Type: Fire
Ability: Blaze
Base Stats: 63 HP, 65 ATK, 45 DEF, 45 SPD, 45 SPATK, 45 SPDEF
Starting Moves: Tackle, Tail Whip

The Fire starter is a little piggy who excels in HP and Attack, but is 
somewhat slow. It is the only Isshu starter that gains a second type upon
evolving. Its evolution, Chaobuu, becomes Fire/Fighting instead of just
Fire. This means it is effective against 3 Gyms (Normal, Bug, Ice), weak
against 3 (Water, Ground, Flying), and resistant against 2 (Bug, Ice). 
Besides Normal, Fire, and eventually Fighting moves, it also learns the
the Dark-type Assurance and the Rock-type Head Smash.

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Mijumaru
Type: Water
Ability: Torrent
Base Stats: 55 HP, 55 ATK, 45 DEF, 45 SPD, 63 SPATK, 45 SPDEF 
Starting Moves: Tackle, Tail Whip 

Mijumaru is the Water starter and based off of a Sea Otter. It's best in
Special Attack, but has good HP and Attack as well. Being a Water type, it
is supereffective versus 1 Gym (Ground), weak to 2 Gyms (Electric, Grass), 
and resistant against 1 Gym (Ice). Water and Normal moves are what it 
usually learns, but its final evolution can learn the Powerful Megahorn.

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STARTER DIFFICULTY:

Tsutarja is the hardest Starter to use in the game, while Pokabu is the
easiest. Mijumaru is in between both.

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Which ever starter you choose is up to you. Some people choose based on 
appearance while others choose based on stats. After you make your selection,
your friends will also choose their starters. Belle will choose the starter
that is weak against yours while Cheren will take the one with the 
type-advantage.

When that's done, Belle will give you the very first battle of the game.


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|RIVAL BATTLE                                                               |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Rival Belle                                                                 
Pokemon: Lv. 5 Tsutarja (if player chose Pokabu), Lv. 5 Pokabu (if player  
choose Mijumaru), Lv. 5 Mijumaru (if player chose Tsutarja)
Prize: 500P

This is an extremely basic battle. You don't have any items, you only have
one Pokemon, and you can only choose between two moves. Just spam Tackle.
You can use the Defense-lowering move if your opponent seems to have high
Defense, but it's better to just go offensive.

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After the battle, your room will be completely trashed (though the Wii and 
plasma TV are conveniently untouched). Cheren is nice enough to heal both of
your Pokemon. He will also want to battle you.


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|RIVAL BATTLE                                                               |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Rival Cheren                                                                 
Pokemon: Lv. 5 Tsutarja (if player chose Mijumaru), Lv. 5 Pokabu (if player  
choose Tsutarja), Lv. 5 Mijumaru (if player chose Pokabu)
Prize: 500P

Another basic battle. Fight the same way you did with Belle.

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After the battle, your rivals will leave the room and leave you to do all the
clean-up. But you don't have to do any cleaning at all because you have a Mom.
Go downstairs to meet her.

She will talk to the three of you and then give you a device called the
Live Caster.

When you resume control, walk out of your house and go visit Belle's house,
which is the one to the left of yours. Watch a short scene and once Belle 
exits her house, walk north towards Araragi's Laboratory.

Prof. Araragi will have a brief meeting with the three of you and give you 
each a Pokedex (which looks like an iPod). You will also get the chance to 
give your starter a nickname. Don't give it an inappropriate name though,
because the game won't let you!

When that's done, exit the lab. Your mom is waiting outside and will give
you the Town Map. 

Follow the others to Route 1.


-------------------------[b] ROUTE 1--------------------------------

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 // POKEMON \\  Type                 Levels    Rarity   Season   
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Minezumi       Normal               2-4       50%      All     |
|Yooterii       Normal               2-4       50%      All     |
|Tabunne        Normal               2-4       100%*    All     |
|_______________________________________________________________|
*only found in shaking grass


Prof. Araragi will give you the obligatory "How to Catch a Pokemon" 
demonstration. After that, she will give you 5 Poke Balls.

For Pokemon there are a bunch of low-leveled mammals, but surprisingly no
beginning bird Pokemon like in every other generation. If you are itching to
catch something, a Yorterrie is a nice choice since it evolves twice and the
final stage has good Attack and Speed. It also has the PickUp ability, 
meaning free healing items and maybe even a Rare Candy!

By the way, every now and then, a patch of grass will shake. This usually 
means there is a wild Pokemon inside and stepping on it will trigger a 
battle. In this route, you can encounter Tabunne.

Talk to the girl farther up north to get a free Potion. Travel further north
and you'll bump into Belle and Cheren once again. This time, they'll show you
how the Live Caster works by engaging in a 4-way conversation between the 
three of you and Professor Araragi.

Continue north to the second town.


------------------------[c] KARAKUSA TOWN------------------------------

This is a rather small town with only a few buildings and a PokeCenter. Talk
to Araragi and she'll show you some of its features. It's basically a lot like
the PokeCenters from Heart Gold/Soul Silver except the PokeMart has been 
incorporated into it.

As you exit, something is happening that is making people gather around. 
You'll meet a bunch of people in gray hoods led by a man in a weird robe.
These guys are known as Team Plasma and their leader is Geechisu. He will 
give a little speech then the Team will leave. The crowd will disperse 
leaving a guy with a black and white cap. 

This guy is simply known as "N". He'll want to check out your Pokemon in a
battle, so get ready!

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|N BATTLE                                                                   |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

N                                                                 
Pokemon: 
-Lv. 7 Choroneko
Prize: 700P

N has the Dark-type cat as his only Pokemon. It only knows Scratch, Growl,
and Assist so it shouldn't be very hard to beat.

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After beating N, he'll leave and you can continue to the next Route.
  

-------------------------[d] ROUTE 2--------------------------------

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 // POKEMON \\  Type                 Levels    Rarity   Season   
 --------------------------------------------------------------
|Minezumi       Normal               4-7       40%      All    |
|Yooterii       Normal               4-7       40%      All    |
|Choroneko      Dark                 4-7       20%      All    |
|Tabunne*       Normal               4-7       100%*    All    |
|______________________________________________________________|
*only found in shaking grass

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 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Youngster                Lv. 7 Minezumi      Normal            |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Lass                     Lv. 7 Choroneko     Dark              |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Youngster                Lv. 7 Yorterrie     Normal            |
|_______________________________________________________________|


ITEMS: Potion, Potion, Poke Ball


Right when you get past the gate, you'll get a call from your mom, who
promptly rushes over and gives you the Running Shoes. Now you can hold the B
button and get to places a lot faster.

This route has a couple of Poke Balls laying on the ground and when you pick
them up, you can get a free item. There are also some trainers who you can
battle for EXP.

There isn't much else to do here, so head to the next town. But before you
can reach it, Belle will show up!

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|RIVAL BATTLE                                                               |
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Rival Belle                                                                 
Pokemon: 
-Lv. 6 Yooterii
-Lv. 7 Tsutarja (if player chose Pokabu), Lv. 7 Pokabu (if player  
choose Mijumaru), Lv. 7 Mijumaru (if player chose Tsutarja)
Prize: 700P

Belle has added a Yorterrie to her team along with her starter. Her 
starter has also learned its first elemental move. Still, this battle is
pretty simple especially if you have a Yooterii of your own.

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Once you've won, you can enter the next town.



------------------------[e] SANYOU CITY------------------------------

ITEMS: X Speed, Dusk Ball


The colorful building to the right of the PokeCenter is the first Gym in
Isshu. However there is a man with sunglasses blocking the way. You can't
enter it for now, so head to the building to the left of the PokeCenter.

Inside is a classroom and at the front of the class is Cheren. Answer
"Yes" to his questions and he will battle you.


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|RIVAL BATTLE                                                               |
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Rival Cheren                                                               
Pokemon: 
-Lv. 8 Tsutarja (if player chose Mijumaru), Lv. 8 Pokabu (if player  
choose Tsutarja), Lv. 8 Mijumaru (if player chose Pokabu)
-Lv. 8 Choroneko
Prize: 800P

Cheren leads with his starter this time. His starter has an Oran Berry and
will use it to restore health once its HP drops below half. Other than that
there isn't much to say about this battle.

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After the battle, Cheren will give you 3 Oran Berries. Before you head to
the Gym, visit the area to the east of this city.



-------------------ABANDONED LOT OF DREAMS------------------нннннннннн

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 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Lass                     Lv. 8 Choroneko     Dark              |
|                         Lv. 8 Choroneko     Dark              |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Youngster                Lv. 7 Minezumi      Normal            |
|                         Lv. 7 Minezumi      Normal            |
|                         Lv. 7 Yooterii      Normal            |
|_______________________________________________________________|


ITEMS: X Defend


There are a couple more trainers here, but the real attraction is the 
chance to grab a free Pokemon. Talk to the person near the eastern part of
this area and you'll get a new Pokemon based on the starter you chose:

Hiyappu if you chose Tsutarja
Yanappu if you chose Pokabu
Baoppu if you chose Mijumaru

There's more to this place, but you can't enter the actual warehouse yet
because of a tree blocking your path. You can get to that later. For now
go back to the city.


---------------------- SANYOU CITY------------------------------

Now go back to the Gym and you'll see Dento, one of the Gym Leaders, 
standing in front of the door.
 

------[f][SANYOU GYM]------

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 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Waiter                   Lv. 11 Yooterii     Normal            |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Waitress                 Lv. 10 Minezumi     Normal            |
|                         Lv. 10 Choroneko    Dark              |
|_______________________________________________________________|


This gym is based off of a cafe. Once you enter, the guy with sunglasses
will talk to you and give you a Fresh Water. From now on, talk to this
guy before each Gym battle and he'll give you a Fresh Water. What a nice
guy!

There is a very basic puzzle in this Gym that tests your knowledge of 
Pokemon type effectiveness. Look at the symbol on the curtains, then step
on the symbol on the floor that would be super effective against it. Fire
is super effective against Grass, Grass is super effective against Water,
and Water is super effective against Fire. When you make the correct choice,
the curtains will open and you can pass through.

When you reach the end, Dento will introduce two other people - Poddo and
Koon. They each specialize in a different type, which you can tell by the
color of their hair. You need to talk to the person who has the type 
advantage against your starter Pokemon. For example, if you chose Tsutarja
you need to talk to Poddo since he uses Fire. Before you talk to anyone, 
you could attach the Oran Berries you received from Cheren to your Pokemon
to help you in battle. 

Once you're ready, your first Isshu Gym Battle will begin!

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|GYM LEADER BATTLE                                                          |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Leader Dento (if you chose Mijumaru)
Pokemon: 
-Lv. 12 Yooterii
         ---------------------------------
        | Bite           | Cheer Up       |
        | Odor Sleuth    | Helping Hand   |
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 14 Yanappu
         ---------------------------------
        | Vine Whip      | Cheer Up       |
        | Lick           | Fury Swipes    |
         ---------------------------------


Leader Poddo (if you chose Tsutarja)
Pokemon: 
-Lv. 12 Yooterii
         ---------------------------------
        | Bite           | Cheer Up       |
        | Odor Sleuth    | Helping Hand   |
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 14 Boappu
         ---------------------------------
        | Incinerate     | Cheer Up       |
        | Lick           | Fury Swipes    |
         ---------------------------------


Leader Koon (if you chose Pokabu)
Pokemon: 
-Lv. 12 Yooterii
         ---------------------------------
        | Bite           | Cheer Up       |
        | Odor Sleuth    | Helping Hand   |
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 14 Hiyappu
         ---------------------------------
        | Water Gun      | Cheer Up       |
        | Lick           | Fury Swipes    |
         ---------------------------------

Prize: 1680P, Trio Badge, TM83 - Cheer Up


All three leaders will have a Yooterii to start with. While you've fought many 
of these dogs before, this one has a new move called "Cheer Up". This increases
the user's Attack and Special Attack by 1 stage. It can be potentially deadly 
especially since Yooterii already has high Attack. Defeat it before it can 
boost its stats too much.

Once the dog faints, one of the elemental monkeys will show up depending on
which starter you chose. All three monkeys have the same stats and know the 
same moves except for one. Yanappu knows Vine Whip, Hiyappu knows Water Gun,
and Baoppu knows a new Fire move called Incinerate. They also know Cheer Up 
as well, which can be bad news.

For this battle, use your starter against the Yooterii. It shouldn't have much
of a problem if it's at least Lv. 10. The monkey will have an advantage 
against your starter, so switch to your own monkey to beat it. 

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After winning, you will get your first badge called the Trio Badge as well as
the TM for Cheer Up. The Badge allows you to use the HM move Cut outside of
battle. 

Once you go outside Makomo, the Professor's friend, will greet and bring you
to her lab. She'll gives you HM01 (Cut) and show you a special machine. This
machine allows you to access the Dream World. But first you need to find Dream
Smoke.

Go outside and exit the city to the east.
 


----------------[g] ABANDONED LOT OF DREAMS----------------------------

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 // POKEMON \\  Type                 Levels    Rarity   Season   
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
| Minezumi       Normal               8-11      40%      All    |
| Choroneko      Dark                 8-11      40%      All    |
| Munna          Psychic              8-10      20%      All    |
| Tabunne        Normal               8-11      95%      All    |
|_______________________________________________________________|


ITEMS: Poke Ball, Repel, Potion, Parlyz Heal


Now you can finally get rid of that tree that is blocking the door.
Have your Pokemon Cut it down so you can enter the building. Before you do,
Belle will come by. As you enter the Warehouse, you'll encounter a Munna 
and shortly after that, two Team Plasma Grunts. The Grunts will start beating
the Munna, so it's your job to stop them!

Team Plasma Grunt -  Lv. 10 Minezumi
Team Plasma Grunt - Lv. 10 Choroneko

This battle shouldn't be that hard considering your recent Gym battle. After
you beat them, Geechisu shows up and makes the Grunts go away. Then a Musharna
shows up. The Musharna seems to be the Munna's mother or something. Makomo 
will show up to.

Go back to Makomo's lab and she'll give you the C-Gear while her aide will
give you the Pal Pad.


-------------------------[h] ROUTE 3--------------------------------

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 // POKEMON \\  Type                 Levels    Rarity   Season   
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Yooterii       Normal               9         10%      All     |               
|Mamepato       Normal/Flying        8-11      40%      All     |
|Choroneko      Dark                 9         10%      All     |
|Shimama        Electric             8-11      40%      All     |
|Tabunne        Normal               8-11      100%*    All     |
|_______________________________________________________________|
*only found in shaking grass

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 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Twins                    Lv. 10 Choroneko    Dark              |
|                         Lv. 10 Choroneko    Dark              |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Teacher                  Lv. 10 Yooterii     Normal            |
|                         Lv. 10 Munna        Psychic           |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Kindergartner            Lv. 10 Yanappu      Grass             |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Kindergartner            Lv. 10 Hiyappu      Water             |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Kindergartner            Lv. 10 Boappu       Fire              |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Pokemon Breeder          Lv. 9 Minezumi      Normal            |
|                         Lv. 9 Yooterii      Normal            |
|                         Lv. 9 Mamepato      Normal/Flying     |
|_______________________________________________________________|

 
There are two daycares here - one for children and one for Pokemon. This
is the place you go to when you want to do some breeding. Head west from 
here, but before you can get to far Cheren shows up and demands yet
another battle.

 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
|RIVAL BATTLE                                                               |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Rival Cheren                                                               
Pokemon: 
-Lv. 14 Tsutarja (if player chose Mijumaru), Lv. 14 Pokabu (if player  
choose Tsutarja), Lv. 14 Mijumaru (if player chose Pokabu)
-Lv. 12 Choroneko
Prize: 1200P

Cheren has the same Pokemon that he used in your last battle with him, 
except they're a few levels stronger. Still, there aren't any major 
surprises or anything.

------------------------------------------------------------------------- 

After you beat him, you'll have another brief encounter with two Team Plasma
Grunts. Belle and a little kid were chasing after them because they stole the
kid's Pokemon. 

Go after them by heading further west until you reach a cave entrance, then
talk to Cheren and go inside.


--------------------UNDERGROUND WATER CAVE--------------------------

   _________
 // POKEMON \\  Type                 Levels    Rarity   Season   
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Koromori       Psychic/Flying       10-13     50%      All     |
|Dangoro        Rock                 10-13     50%      All     |
|Moguryuu       Ground               10-13     100*     All     |
|_______________________________________________________________|
*only found in shaking dirt


You'll meet the two Plasma Grunts. A battle will ensue. 

Team Plasma Grunt - Lv. 12 Minezumi

After that battle, another pair of Plasma Grunts will appear and engage in a 
double battle with you and Cheren.

Team Plasma Grunts - Lv. 12 Minezumi, Lv. 12 Minezumi

Beat them and they will leave. There isn't much to do in this cave since you
don't have Surf yet. You can get TM 46 (Thief) and maybe catch a Koromori or
Dangoro if you want, maybe even a Moguryuu if you're lucky. When you're done, 
go back to the place where you met Belle.


----------------------------ROUTE 3--------------------------------

  _________
// POKEMON \\  Type                 Levels    Rarity   Season   
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|/Dark Grass\                                                   |
|Yooterii       Normal               11         10%    All      |
|Mamepato       Normal/Flying        10-13      40%    All      |
|Choroneko      Dark                 11         10%    All      |
|Shimama        Electric             10-13      20%    All      |
|_______________________________________________________________|

   __________
 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|School Kid              Lv. 13 Shimama       Electric          |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|School Kid              Lv. 13 Koromori      Psychic/Flying    |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|School Kid              Lv. 12 Minezumi      Normal            |
|                        Lv. 12 Choroneko     Dark              |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|School Kid              Lv. 12 Mamepato      Normal/Flying     |
|                        Lv. 12 Dangoro       Rock              |
|_______________________________________________________________|
 

They will thank you and the little girl will give you 3 Heal Balls.

Go south and you'll eventually meet Cheren again. He'll tell you that some of
the grass is a darker color which means you may encounter two wild Pokemon at
once. The Pokemon found here will be at slightly higher levels than in normal
grass.


-----------------------------[i] SHIPPOU CITY--------------------------

Cheren is the first person you meet when you enter the city. He'll give you
three Chesto Berries before going on his way. 

Shippou City is an old-fashioned kind of city and has a museum as its main
attraction. There are a few other things to do here.

=Version Exclusive Grass Trade=
If you enter one of the buildings with stairs on the side, you'll meet a 
girl who will trade you a Monmen for a Churine (Black) or a Churine for a 
Monmen (White). This is a good chance to fill up your Pokedex without 
having to trade over WiFi. 


=Type-Boosting Item=
Two houses to the left of the PokeCenter is a girl with blue hair who will 
give you a free type boosting item - Miracle Seed, Mystic Water, or Charcoal.

You don't have to choose the one that matches your starter's type. For instance
if you chose Tsutarja, but you wanted to boost your Hiyappu's moves you can go 
for the Mystic Water. I suggest you get a Charcoal or a Mystic Water because 
you can get a free Miracle Seed in forest west of Shippou.


The Gym is actually inside the museum so that's where you should go. But 
suddenly, N appears before you can enter it. You know what this means right? 
That's right, it's battle time!

 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
|N BATTLE                                                                   |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

N                                                                 
Pokemon: 
-Lv. 13 Mamepato - Normal/Flying
-Lv. 13 Otamaru - Water
-Lv. 13 Dokkora - Fighting
Prize: 1300P

He has three Pokemon now. Mamepato and Otamaru are both weak to Electric moves,
so a Shimama with Shock Wave will be very helpful here. Dokkora is a Fighting
type, but Shock Wave or any other special move can still defeat it easily since
it has rather low Special Defense. 

-------------------------------------------------------------------------

Inside the museum a guide will introduce you to some of the exhibits. Of
particular interest is the huge Dragonite skeleton. Towards to back is the
entrance to the Gym, which doubles as a library.

------[j][SHIPPOU GYM]------

  __________
// TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
|---------------------------------------------------------------
|School Kid               Lv. 17 Minezumi     Normal            |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|School Kid               Lv. 15 Yooterii     Normal            |
|                         Lv. 15 Yooterii     Normal            |
|                         Lv. 15 Yooterii     Normal            |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Researcher               Lv. 17 Haderia      Normal            |
|_______________________________________________________________|


Shippou's Gym specializes in Normal-types. Pokabu users will have an easy time
since Chaobuu's Arm Thrust will wreck all of the Pokemon in the Gym. Tsutarja
and Mijumaru users should evolve their starters to stand a better chance. You
can also catch a Fighting type like Dokkora or Dageki at the path to the west
of Shippou City. 

The puzzle in this Gym is basic, but can be hard for those who can't read 
Japanese. Basically you have to get on the stools and read the books. This will
eventually make the two girls turn around. You can then go up and talk to 
them. They will ask Yes-No questions. Answer correctly and they will battle you.
After the battle, they will get off the stool.

After you defeat the school girl, read the book on that shelf. You'll 
eventually uncover a switch that makes the bookcase slide over and reveal 
some steps. Go down these steps to meet Aloe, the Gym Leader.


 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
|GYM LEADER BATTLE                                                          |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Leader Aloe                                                             
Pokemon: 
-Lv. 18 Haderia - Normal
         ---------------------------------
        | Take Down      | Bite           |
        | Get Even       | Leer           |
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 20 Miruhoggu - Normal
         ---------------------------------
        | Leer           | Hypnosis       |
        | Get Even       | Crunch         |
         ---------------------------------

Prize: 2400P, Basic Badge, TM67 - Get Even


First up is Haderia, the evolved form of Yooterii. It has the Intimidate
ability to lower the Attack of your Pokemon. It also has a Powerful Take Down
which can take out any of your Pokemon that has low Defense. Her Miruhoggu
is even stronger and faster. It has the move called "Get Even" which doubles
in Power if a teammate has been KOed the last turn. It will pretty much
always use this move right after Haderia faints which means it will do an
enormous amount of damage. To make things worse, it also knows Hypnosis to
temporarily disable one of your Pokemon which gives it a couple free turns
to attack.

Even if you have a Chaobuu, you shouldn't lead with it since Intimidate will
make your physical moves weaker. Furthermore Chaobuu has rather low Defense so
it won't be able to survive many attacks. Use a Pokemon that can weaken 
Haderia first. A good choice would be Dangoro, who resists Normal and can 
hit back with Rock Blast. When it's time to bring your Fighting type out,
make sure it has a Chesto Berry attached so that it can instantly recover
from Miruhoggu's Hypnosis. Strike it with a Fighting type move and it won't
be long before it faints. 

-------------------------------------------------------------------------

Upon your victory, you will be rewarded with your second Badge and the TM for
Get Even. Suddenly, a boy runs up to Aloe with some urgent news. Apparently 
this boy is Aloe's son. Go outside to see what's going on.

Uh oh, it's Team Plasma again! This time they're interested in the Dragonite
skeleton. With ninja-like speed, they steal Dragonite's skull!

Head outside and Team Plasma is nowhere to be found. A new character comes
up to Aloe. This is Atei, the third Gym Leader. Belle and Cheren also appear.
Belle gives you the Item Finder then the two of them go into the museum. You
can actually use the Item Finder 

Head west out of the city.



-----------------[k] YAGURUMA FOREST (OUTSIDE)-------------------------

  _________
 // POKEMON \\  Type                 Levels    Rarity   Season   
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Otamaro        Water                12-17     40%      All     |
|Dokkora        Fighting             13-16     20%      All     |
|Mamepato       Normal/Flying        12-15     30%      All     |
|Tabunne        Normal               12-15     95%*     All     |
|                                                               |
|/Black\                                                        |
|Dageki         Fighting             12-17     10%      All     |
|Nageki         Fighting             15         5%*     All     |
|                                                               |
|/White\                                                        |
|Dageki         Fighting             15         5%*     All     |
|Nageki         Fighting             12-17     10%      All     |
|_______________________________________________________________|
*only found in shaking grass

   __________
 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Kindergartner            Lv. 13 Monmen       Grass             |
|                         Lv. 13 Chirune      Grass             |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Kindergartner            Lv. 14 Dangoro      Rock              |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Youngster                Lv. 13 Otamaru      Water             |
|                         Lv. 13 Otamaru      Water             |
|                         Lv. 13 Otamaru      Water             |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Youngster                Lv. 14 Futsude      Bug/Poison        |
|                         Lv. 14 Yooterii     Normal            |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Black Belt               Lv. 16 Dokkora      Fighting          |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Battle Girl              Lv. 16 Dokkora      Fighting          |
|_______________________________________________________________|


This area had plenty of trainers to battle. If you haven't caught any of the
new Fighting types yet, you can do it right now. Out of Dokkora, Dageki, and
Nageki, Dageki is by far the strongest one. However if you have friends to 
trade with, you can eventually evolve Dokkora into Roopushin who has the
highest Attack of any Fighting-type in the game.
One of the girls here will give you TM 94 (Rock Smash). 

When you're ready, head into the forest.


---------------------YAGURUMA FOREST-------------------------

   _________
 // POKEMON \\  Type                 Levels    Rarity   Season   
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Mamepato       Normal/Flying        15-16     15%      All     |
|Futsude        Bug/Poison           15-16     15%      All     |
|Kurumiru       Bug/Grass            14-17     35%      All     |
|Monmen         Grass      BLK only  14-17     35%      All     |
|Churine        Grass      WHT only  14-17     35%      All     |
|Tabunne        Normal               14-17     65%*     All     |
|Yanappu        Grass                15        10%*     All     |
|Baoppu         Fire                 15        10%*     All     |
|Hiyaapu        Water                15        10%*     All     |
|_______________________________________________________________|
*only found in shaking grass

   __________
 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Twins                    Lv. 16 Kurumiru     Bug/Grass         |
|                         Lv. 16 Kurumiru     Bug/Grass         |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|School Kid               Lv. 17 Munna        Psychic           |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Lass                     Lv. 15 Koromori     Psychic/Flying    |
|                         Lv. 15 Koromori     Psychic/Flying    |
|                         Lv. 15 Koromori     Psychic/Flying    |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|School Kid               Lv. 16 Mamepato     Normal/Flying     |
|                         Lv. 16 Choroneko    Dark              |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Youngster                Lv. 16 Futsude      Bug/Poison        |
|                         Lv. 16 Dokkora      Fighting          |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Ranger                   Lv. 18 Haderia      Normal            |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Ranger                   Lv. 18 Yanappu      Grass             |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Ranger                   Lv. 18 Hiyappu      Water             |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Ranger                   Lv. 18 Baoppu       Fire              |
|_______________________________________________________________|


ITEMS: Big Root, Super Potion, Parlyz Heal, TM 86 (Grass Knot), Chesto
Berry*, Chesto Berry*, Pecha Berry*, Miracle Seed

*received from Pokemon Rangers after beating them



You'll meet Atei here. He's looking for Team Plasma to retrieve the 
Dragonite skull. 

Start with the first Plasma Grunt you see off the left side of the path. Work
your way left and up, passing through a few logs and battling various trainers
and Grunts until you reach the 4th and final Grunt.

   __________
 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Team Plasma Grunt        Lv. 16 Meguroko     Ground/Dark       |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Team Plasma Grunt        Lv. 16 Choroneko    Dark              |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Team Plasma Grunt        Lv. 16 Minezumi     Normal            |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Team Plasma Grunt        Lv. 14 Minezumi     Normal            |
|                         Lv. 14 Minezumi     Normal            |
|                         Lv. 14 Meguroko     Ground/Dark       |
|_______________________________________________________________|

After you beat him, he will surrender the Dragon Bone. Soon an old man 
will walk up. He is Asura and is apparently one of the "Seven Sages" of Team 
Plasma. Arti and Aloe soon join you. After the Grunt and sage leave, Aloe will 
give you a Moon Stone as thanks. 

Go east and battle any trainers that you haven't, then exit the forest to
the north.



---------------------SKY ARROW BRIDGE-------------------------

You can pick up a Quick Claw by talking to the Hiker in the gatehouse. This can
be useful for any slow Pokemon on your team like Dangoro or Nageki.

When you head out, you'll be on Sky Arrow Bridge. This is a huge bridge that 
takes you to Hiun City. There are no trainers or wild Pokemon here, so just 
enjoy the view as you travel across it.



---------------------[l] HIUN CITY-------------------------

Here we are! Hiun City is the largest city in Isshu and quite possibly the 
largest city in the entirety of the Pokemon series. There is so much to do 
and so much to see. You can explore the various piers, streets, and buildings
and talk to people. Some of them may give you free items.

Lets take a look at what you can do here:


=EVOLUTION STONES=
The very first pier as you enter the city has a guy who will be giving away a
free evolutionary stone depending on what you choose.

Yanappu - Leaf Stone
Baoppu - Fire Stone
Hiyappu - Water Stone


=BATTLES AND ITEMS=
Go left from PokeCenter and enter the first building with an entrance. When
you're inside, take the elevator to the 47th floor. There are a bunch of
trainers inside.

   __________
 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Businessman              Lv. 19 Dokkora      Rock              |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Office Lady              Lv. 19 Haderia      Normal            |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Office Lady              Lv. 18 Churine      Grass             |
|                         Lv. 18 Monmen       Grass             |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Scientist                Lv. 19 Dangoro      Rock              |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Businessman              Lv. 17 Basurao      Water             |
|                         Lv. 17 Basurao      Water             |
|                         Lv. 17 Basurao      Water             |
|_______________________________________________________________|

There are also a few free items you can get by talking to people, as well as
a Revive on the floor. One of the guys gives you both a Quick Ball and a Timer
Ball while a Scientist gives you a Scope Lens.

When you're done, get back on the elevator to the 55th floor. You can fight 
more trainers here:

   __________
 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Businessman              Lv. 20 Koromori     Psychic/Flying    |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Researcher               Lv. 20 Munna        Psychic           |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Scientist                Lv. 20 Kurumiru     Bug/Grass         |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Businessman              Lv. 19 Baoppu       Fire              |
|                         Lv. 19 Hiyappu      Water             |
|                         Lv. 19 Yanappu      Grass             |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Janitor                  Lv. 20 Yabukuron    Poison            |
|                         Lv. 20 Chillarmy    Normal            |
|_______________________________________________________________|

When you beat the janitor guy, he'll give you the handy EXP. Share. That's
it for this building.


=1ST STREET=

This is the street immediately to the right of the PokeCenter. It's a busy
street with a lot of people, but there are only two buildings you can enter.

The left building has a lady in the lobby who will massage your Pokemon once
a day and raise their happiness. Go into the elevator to the 11th floor and 
talk to the Hiker at the bottom of the room. You'll get TM 44 (Rest).

Go to the building on the right side and talk to the girl. She'll show you a
picture of Zorua, which adds it to your PokeDex.


=HIUN CITY PARK=
Travel down any of the streets and you reach a nice little park. There isn't
much here except a guy dancing by the fountain. You can battle him if you talk
to him. All he has is a Lv. 21 Yanappu. After the battle, he'll ask you to 
find two other breakdancer guys in other parts of the city. Here are their 
locations:

One in the small alleyway - uses a Lv. 21 Hiyappu
One on the pier that's 2nd from the left most side of the city - uses a 
Lv. 21 Baoppu.

After you beat both guys, go back to the park and talk to the middle dancer. 
He will give you an Amulet Coin as a reward.


=UPPER HIUN CITY=
Exit the park from the north to reach this area. The first building on the 
left has a bald old guy who is the Name Rater and will allow you to change
the nicknames of your Pokemon. 

Across the street from this building is another one that is quite 
interesting. Talk to the man in shades blocking the elevator and he'll move
aside. When you go up to the other floor, you'll be able to meet people who
speak in German, Spanish, and English! One of the girls near the bottom of 
the room will give you TM 45 (Attract).


=ALLEY=
Run down this narrow back alley and you'll eventually bump into a shady guy.
He'll give you TM 70 (Flash). There's a small cafe here which sells Lemonade.


=VENDING MACHINES=
Scattered throughout the city are a bunch of vending machines. They sell the 
following:

Fresh Water - 200P
Soda Pop - 300P
Lemonade - 350P

Lemonades are pretty much the most cost effective healing items in the entire
game, so buy several of them if you want.


When you're done with all this, you can head to the Gym. It's located at the
left most street in the city. Before you can enter, Cheren will bump into you
and so will Atei. They are headed to the pier, so go and follow them. 

You'll meet Belle there as well as a new girl named Iris. They will talk for
a bit when suddenly, a Team Plasma Grunt is seen walking towards the street 
where the Gym is. Something must be up, so head over immediately.

Some Plasma Grunts will be gathered at the building near the Gym. When you 
confront them, they will battle you.

Team Plasma Grunt - Lv. 17 Meguroko, Lv. 17 Meguroko
_______________________________________________________________

This shouldn't be too hard. After you defeat them, they'll flee into the 
building. The rest of your group shows up and enters the building as well.
Inside are the Grunts, Geechisu, and two sages. They somehow have a Munna, 
which they'll release and give to Belle. After they leave, they'll drop a Smoke
Ball on the floor. Iris will then give you a Yache Berry.

That's it for this scene. You'll finally have a chance to go to the Gym!


------[m][HIUN GYM]------

   __________
 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Clown                    Lv. 20 Kurumiru     Bug/Grass         |
|                         Lv. 20 Futsude      Bug/Poison        |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Clown                    Lv. 20 Kurumiru     Bug/Grass         |
|                         Lv. 20 Ishizumai    Bug/Rock          |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Clown                    Lv. 21 Kurumiru     Bug/Grass         |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Clown                    Lv. 20 Futsude      Bug/Poison        |
|                         Lv. 20 Kurumiru     Bug/Grass         |
|_______________________________________________________________|

This gym is a lot like the inside of a giant beehive. The puzzle basically
involves you going through walls made of thick honey and stepping on some
buttons to lower gates that are blocking other honey walls. Some buttons will 
make clowns appear.


 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
|GYM LEADER BATTLE                                                          |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Leader Atei                                                             
Pokemon: 
-Lv. 21 Hoiiga - Bug/Poison
         ---------------------------------
        | Poison Tail    | Bug Resistance |
        | Screech        | Pursuit        |
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 21 Ishizumai - Bug/Rock
         ---------------------------------
        | Knock Down     | Bug Resistamce |
        | Faint Attack   | Sand-Attack    |
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 23 Hahakurimo - Bug/Grass
         ---------------------------------
        | Razor Leaf     | Bug Resistance |
        | String Shot    | Protect        |
         ---------------------------------

Prize: 2880P, Beetle Badge, TM76 - Bug Resistance


His first Pokemon, Hoiiga, has high Defense and Sp. Defense, but rather low
stats in other areas. It will attempt to lower your Defense with Screech 
before hitting you with Poison Tail, which may poison you. Ishizumai also has
high Defense. It's main moves are Faint Attack and Bug Resistance. Both are
rather weak so it shouldn't bother you too much. His last Pokemon is the fully
evolved form of Kurumiru. It excels in Attack and Speed and uses Razor Leaf
as its main move. It's pretty strong, but it has a 4x weakness to both Fire
and Flying moves. 

Pokabu users will once again have an easy time with this gym. Baoppu/Baokki 
will also perform well. If you don't have either of those two, you can try
using Koromori with Air Cutter, Dangoro with Rock Blast, or Dokkora with
Rock Throw. 

-------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
When you win, you'll get some prize money, the Beetle Badge (which makes any
Pokemon up to Lv. 40 obey you), as well as the TM for Bug Resistance which is
a rather weak Bug move that always lowers the opponent's Special Attack.

Exit the gym and Belle will call you on your Live Caster. She wants to meet
you in the gatehouse leading to Route 4. When your Pokemon are healed and 
ready, head on over there.



------------------------[n] ROUTE 4 (GATEHOUSE)----------------------------

Belle arrives immediately after you enter the gatehouse. And guess what?
She wants to battle!

 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
|RIVAL BATTLE                                                               |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Rival Belle                                                               
Pokemon: 
-Lv. 18 Haderia
-Lv. 18 Munna 
-Lv. 18 Baoppu (if player chose Tsutarja), Lv. 18 Hiyappu (if player chose
Pokabu), Lv. 18 Yanapuu (if player chose Mijumaru)
-Lv. 20 Futachimaru (if player chose Tsutarja), Lv. 20 Janobii (if player chose 
Pokabu), Lv. 20 Chaobuu (if player choose Mijumaru), 
Prize: 2000P

Belle's Pokemon aren't as strong as the Gym you've just beaten, so it shouldn't
be too challenging. Fighting attacks can take care of Haderia while Dark moves
like Bite or Crunch are good against Munna. Her starter is weak against your
starter, so use it to your advantage. She also has an elemental monkey, which
has a type advantage against your starter. Take it down with a super effective
move or any strong move really.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------

She'll leave after you beat her. You can now proceed to Route 4.


------------------------------ROUTE 4--------------------------------
   _________
 // POKEMON \\  Type                 Levels    Rarity   Season   
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Darumakka      Fire                 15-18     40%      All     |
|Meguroko       Ground/Dark          15-18     40%      All     |
|Zuruggu        Dark/Fighting        16-17     20%      All     |
|_______________________________________________________________|

   __________
 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Backpacker               Lv. 19 Darumakka    Fire              |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Backpacker               Lv. 19 Monmen       Grass             |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Backpacker               Lv. 19 Churine      Grass             |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Backpacker               Lv. 19 Shimama      Electric          |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Backpacker               Lv. 19 Mamepato     Normal/Flying     |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Worker                   Lv. 18 Dangoro      Rock              |
|                         Lv. 18 Dokkora      Fighting          |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Worker                   Lv. 17 Dangoro      Rock              |
|                         Lv. 17 Dokkora      Fighting          |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Worker                   Lv. 19 Dokkora      Fighting          |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Worker                   Lv. 19 Dokkora      Fighting          |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Parasol Lady             Lv. 18 Otamaro      Water             |
|                         Lv. 18 Otamaro      Water             |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Fisherman                Lv. 18 Basurao      Water             |
|                         Lv. 18 Basurao      Water             |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Fisherman                Lv. 16 Basurao      Water             |
|                         Lv. 16 Basurao      Water             |
|                         Lv. 16 Basurao      Water             |
|                         Lv. 16 Basurao      Water             |
|_______________________________________________________________|

ITEMS: Burn Heal, Great Ball, Hyper Potion, Super Potion, Guard Spec, TM 48 
(Dig), TM 41 (Torment)


This entire Route is rather large and part of a desert with a Sandstorm that
is constantly blowing. Up ahead you'll see your other rival Cheren. He wants
to battle as well.

 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
|RIVAL BATTLE                                                               |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Rival Cheren                                                               
Pokemon: 
-Lv. 20 Mamepato
-Lv. 20 Leperasudu 
-Lv. 20 Yanappu (if player chose Tsutarja), Lv. 20 Baoppu (if player  
choose Pokabu), Lv. 20 Hiyappu (if player chose Mijumaru)
-Lv. 22 Chaobuu (if player chose Tsutarja), Lv. 22 Futachimaru (if player  
choose Pokabu), Lv. 22 Janobii (if player chose Mijumaru)
Prize: 2200P

Cheren has four Pokemon like Belle, but they are slightly stronger. He leads
with Mamepato, which you've battled many times before. He also has a 
Leopardasu, the evolved form of Choroneko. It's fast, but also frail so any
Powerful attack can easily beat it. His monkey is the same type as your starter
and his starter has a type advantage against yours. His starter also has a
Sitrus Berry attached. Type effectiveness comes into play once again or you can
just spam really Powerful moves to win this battle.

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After the battle, Araragi will call you on your Live Caster. When the short
conversation is over, Cheren will leave and you can explore the desert. There
are many items and trainers scattered all over this place. You should consider
battling them all for the experience. Also there are a few new Pokemon that 
you can catch. Darumakka and Meguroko are especially good representatives of
Fire and Ground Pokemon.

Off the left side of the road and to the north is a little house. If you go
inside you'll meet a guy who will heal your Pokemon for free! Exit the house
and go southwest until you come across some steps leading down to some water.
There are fisherman here who use Basurao. These fish give tons of EXP. so it
would be a good idea to battle them. 

Now head back to the main road. If you follow the road all the way north, 
you'll eventually enter the next city. But there is another road that goes 
west. Although this road is optional, it leads to another area of the desert
with the opportunity to acquire more EXP, more items, and even a one-of-a-kind
Pokemon! Take the road west and if you want, you can enter the building and
talk to one of the workers. He'll give you TM 28 (Dig), a rather Powerful 
Ground move that you transport you out of caves.

Head up and under the freeway and you'll eventually enter a new area.


-------------------------[o] RESORT DESERT--------------------------------
   _________
 // POKEMON \\  Type                 Levels    Rarity   Season   
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Darumakka      Fire                 19-20     30%      All     |
|Meguroko       Ground/Dark          19-22     40%      All     |
|Marakacchi     Grass                   20     10%      All     |
|Shinpora       Psychic/Flying          20     10%      All     |
|Ishizumai      Bug/Rock             20-22     10%      All     |
|_______________________________________________________________|

   __________
 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Doctor                   Lv. 23 Yuniran      Psychic           |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Backpacker               Lv. 23 Hatoopoo     Normal/Flying     |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Backpacker               Lv. 23 Miruhoggu    Normal            |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Backpacker               Lv. 23 Ishizumai    Bug/Rock          |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Backpacker               Lv. 23 Marakacchi   Grass             |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Psychic                  Lv. 24 Gochimu      Psychic           |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Psychic                  Lv. 23 Yuniran      Psychic           |
|                         Lv. 23 Koromori     Psychic/Flying    |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Psychic                  Lv. 22 Desumasu     Ghost             |
|                         Lv. 22 Munna        Psychic           |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Pokemon Ranger           Lv. 24                                |         
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Pokemon Ranger           Lv. 23 Darumakka    Ghost             |
|                         Lv. 23 Shimama      Electric          |
|_______________________________________________________________|

ITEMS: Blackglasses, Soft Sand, Fresh Water, Super Potion, Fire Stone, Heart
Scale, TM 39 (Rock Tomb)


There's a path here that doesn't really have anything important. Follow the
path to the next area and you'll find a doctor. After you beat him, he will be
nice enough to heal your Pokemon for free! This is very convenient considering
the Pokemon and trainers here are much stronger than the ones on Route 4.

The trainers here will use Pokemon in the lower 20's and may use ones that you
haven't encountered before. There are also some nice items scattered around
the place.

The more interesting areas are up in the northern part. You find some strange
blue statues that are surrounding a cave entrance. Go into this entrance.


----------------------------ANCIENT CASTLE--------------------------------
   _________
 // POKEMON \\  Type                 Levels    Rarity   Season   
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Meguroko       Ground/Dark          19-22     50%      All     |
|Desumasu       Ghost                19-22     50%      All     |
|_______________________________________________________________|

   __________
 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Psychic                  Lv. 24 Shinpora     Psychic/Flying    |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Psychic                  Lv. 23 Koromori     Psychic/Flying    |
|                         Lv. 23 Munna        Psychic           |
|_______________________________________________________________|

There isn't much to do here for now, but there are definitely some new Pokemon
to get. This is the place where you'll find the first Ghost type in the game-
Desumasu. It's a very slow and defensive Pokemon and it has a small chance of
holding a Spell Tag, which Powers up Ghost moves.

There are two trainers here and also two large pitfalls. If you try to run
across the pitfalls you'll get sucked in and drop to a lower level. This level
has a Revive. In order to cross the pitfall you have to WALK across it (that
means don't run). Crossing the second pitfall will take you to a backpacker.
You'll be able to choose one of two fossils from her. The first is the Shell
Fossil which can become an Purotooga. The second is the Wing Fossil which can
become a Aaken.

Purotooga is extremely slow, but has heavy Defense. Aaken is quite the
opposite - fast and Powerful, but frail. It also has a negative ability that
lowers its stats if it has less than 50% HP. Choose which fossil you want. In
order to revive it, you need to head back to Shippou City's museum and talk to 
the person at the right counter.

When you're done, head out of the castle and go all the way back to Route 4.
You are now ready to enter the next city.


-------------------------[p] RAIMON CITY--------------------------------

You'll meet Cheren and Araragi again at the gatehouse to Raimon City. 
Araragi will give you some Ultra Balls and the two of them will leave. 

Raimon City is another large city with a bunch of features. As soon as you
enter, you'll find Team Plasma confronting an old man. Go and fight them!

Team Plasma Grunt - Lv. 18 Miruhoggu, Lv. 18 Yabakuron

Upon your victory, the Grunts will flee and the old man will thank you by 
giving you a free Bicycle. Sweet! Belle will show up when that's over. She 
is interested in the Pokemon Musicals and will run off northwards.  

In the PokeCenter, talk to the lower guy at the PokeMart counter to buy some
TMs. Here are the ones you can get:

TM 21 (Frustration) - 10000P
TM 27 (Return) - 10000P
TM 73 (Thunder Wave)  - 10000P
TM 74 (Gyro Ball)  - 10000P
TM 16 (Light Screen)  - 30000P
TM 20 (Safeguard)  - 30000P
TM 33 (Reflect)  - 30000P

They're pretty expensive, but remember that TMs are infinitely reusable now.
Return is probably the best choice here since it's one of the most Powerful
Normal moves in the game if you make your Pokemon happy enough. It's a great
move for any Normal-type.

To the right of the PokeCenter is a large building called the Battle Subway.
Before you can enter it, a blue-haired girl pops out and gives you a Vs.
Recorder. This lets you record and save videos of battles that you have on
Wi-Fi or in the Subway. The inside of the building has several subway trains
aligned in a circle which allow you to partake in battles similar to the 
Battle Tower.

Pay a visit to the two buildings to the left of the Battle Subway. The first
one has a guy on the second floor who will give you a Sun Stone. The next
building has a guy on the first floor who will give you HM 04 (Strength). On
the second floor of the same building is a woman who gives you the Soothe
Bell. 

There's more to do in the upper part of the city. The bright and colorful 
building near the upper right is the Pokemon Musical Hall. You'll meet Belle
there and the two of you will enter the building. Inside is a gentleman who
gives you both an Item case. He will then allow you to pick one of your 
Pokemon to dress up using the accessories in the case. When you're done, 
head outside and watch a scene. 

Belle's father will be there and the mood will turn all serious. Apparently,
her father is just being overprotective and wants Belle to come back home.
Just then a girl wearing yellow comes up. She is Kamitsure, the Gym Leader of 
Raimon City. She'll have a conversation with them and reassure her father that
things will be okay. Then everyone will leave.

Next to the Musical Hall are two stadiums. They both have a blue teleporter 
inside which transports you onto the playing field. The stadium on the right 
has baseball and football games going on depending on the day. The stadium on
the left has tennis or basketball games. If you talk to the players, one of
them will want to battle you. 

Now let's check out the amusement part section of this city. Go near the 
PokeCenter then head east under some colorful flashing arches. Eventually 
you'll meet a familiar face - N! He will lead you to the ferris wheel and the
two of you will ride on it while he talks about Team Plasma. After you get off
Team Plasma will show up again and N will battle you! 


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|N BATTLE                                                                   |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

N                                                                 
Pokemon: 
-Lv. 22 Meguroko - Ground/Dark
-Lv. 22 Darumakka - Fire
-Lv. 22 Zuruggu - Fighting/Dark
-Lv. 22 Shinpora - Psychic/Flying
Prize: 2200P

All these Pokemon are ones you've fought before in the desert at similar 
levels. Out of all of these, his Shinpora is his strongest one since it has
high Speed and Sp. Attack combined with decent defenses. It likes to use Tail
Wind to increase its Speed while hitting you with Powerful Psybeams. 

-------------------------------------------------------------------------

When you beat him, he'll resume talking to you in a unique cutscene short of
style. He'll tell you about his ambition of beating the Isshu Elite 4 then
leave with the grunts.

The Gym is to the left of the Ferris Wheel, so head over there.


-------------------------[p] RAIMON GYM---------------------------------

   __________
 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Rich Girl                Lv. 24 Emonga       Electric/Flying   |
|                         Lv. 24 Emonga       Electric/Flying   |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Rich Girl                Lv. 25 Emonga       Electric/Flying   |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Rich Boy                 Lv. 25 Shimama      Electric          |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Rich Boy                 Lv. 24 Shimama      Electric          |
|                         Lv. 24 Shimama      Electric          |
|_______________________________________________________________|


This gym is basically a big roller coaster ride. You moving around by 
waiting at the platforms until a car arrives, then you hop in and get off at
the next platform. Step on the switch on that platform to reroute the cars
then ride it towards the next platform. 
It's very straightforward even though the paths the cars take certainly 
aren't. But sometimes when the cars stop, trainers will pop out so get ready
to battle them. At the end you'll reach Kamitsure.

 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
|GYM LEADER BATTLE                                                          |
 ------------------------------------------------------------------ннннннннн

Leader Kamitsure                                                            
Pokemon: 
-Lv. 25 Emonga - Electric/Flying
         ---------------------------------
        | Pursuit        | Quick Attack   |
        | Volt Change    | Aerial Ace     |
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 25 Emonga - Electric/Flying
         ---------------------------------
        | Pursuit        | Quick Attack   |
        | Volt Change    | Aerial Ace     |
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 27 Zeburaika - Electric
         ---------------------------------
        | Quick Attack   | Nitro Charge   |
        | Volt Change    | Spark          |
         ---------------------------------

Prize: 3240P, Volt Badge, TM76 - Volt Change


She has two Emonga and since they are both part Flying, it means they are
immune to the Ground attacks that Electric types are normally weak to. 
However, this gives them a Rock and Ice weakness. Even if you don't have those
types of attacks, Emonga are pretty frail so any Powerful attack will bring
them down in about 2 hits each. Watch out for their Volt Change attack! It 
allows them to switch back and forth after attacking, which can be pretty 
annoying.

Zeburaika is her third and strongest Pokemon. It also knows Volt Change and
since it's extremely fast it can attack and switch without taking damage from
your attacks. However it isn't immune to Ground like her other Pokemon, so a
well timed attack like Dig can take it down without much trouble. 

-------------------------------------------------------------------------

After you beat her, you'll get your fourth badge as well as the TM for Volt 
Change. Now you can continue on your journey by going to Route 5.



-------------------------[r] ROUTE 5--------------------------------

   _________
 // POKEMON \\  Type                 Levels    Rarity   Season   
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Chillarmy      Normal               19-22     30%      All     |
|Yabukuron      Poison               19-21     20%      All     |
|Leperasudu     Dark                 20-22     20%      All     |
|Gochimu        Psychic    BLK only  19-22     30%      All     |
|Yuniran        Psychic    WHT only  19-22     30%      All     |
|_______________________________________________________________|
|//Dark Grass\\                                                 |
|Chillarmy      Normal               22-25     30%      All     |
|Yabukuron      Poison               22-24     20%      All     |
|Leperasudu     Dark                 23-25     20%      All     |
|Gochimu        Psychic    BLK only  22-25     30%      All     |
|Yuniran        Psychic    WHT only  22-25     30%      All     |
|                                                               |
|Tabunne        Normal               19-22     85%*     All     |
|Emonga         Electric/Flying      20        10%*     All     |
|Chirachiino    Normal               22         5%*     All     |
|_______________________________________________________________|
 *only found in shaking grass

   __________
 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Clown                    Lv. 22 Hoiiga       Bug/Poison        |
|                         Lv. 22 Hoiiga       Bug/Poison        |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Musician                 Lv. 22 Shimama      Electric          |
|                         Lv. 22 Shimama      Electric          |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Dancer                   Lv. 22 Darumakka    Fire              |
|                         Lv. 22 Darumakka    Fire              |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Painter                  Lv. 23 Shinpora     Psychic/Flying    |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Baker                    Lv. 21 Baoppu       Fire              |
|                         Lv. 21 Yanappu      Grass             |
|                         Lv. 21 Hiyappu      Water             |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Backpacker               Lv. 23 Munna        Psychic           |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Backpacker               Lv. 23 Gamagaru     Water/Ground      |
|_______________________________________________________________|

IEMS: Great Ball, Revive, Zinc


Oh look, it's Cheren! You know what this means. 

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|RIVAL BATTLE                                                               |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Rival Cheren                                                               
Pokemon:
-Lv. 24 Leperasudu 
-Lv. 24 Hatoopoo
-Lv. 24 Yanappu (if player chose Tsutarja), Lv. 20 Baoppu (if player  
choose Pokabu), Lv. 20 Hiyappu (if player chose Mijumaru)
-Lv. 26 Chaobuu (if player chose Tsutarja), Lv. 22 Futachimaru (if player  
choose Pokabu), Lv. 22 Janobii (if player chose Mijumaru)
Prize: 2600P

His Pokemon are almost the same as last time except his Mamepato has
evolved. Other than that, it isn't that much different from your last
battle with him back on Route 4. 

------------------------------------------------------------------------- 

After beating him you'll meet Kamitsure again. She wants you to meet someone
and will take you to see Adeku. He just happens to be the Champion of the 
Elite 4 so this is certainly something. Adeku wants to test you and Cheren in
a tag battle against two little kids. 

   __________
 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 --------------------------------------------------------------
|Kindergartner            Lv. 26 Haderia      Normal           |
|Kindergartner            Lv. 26 Haderia      Normal           |
|______________________________________________________________|

Both of these dogs have Intimidate which can screw over any physical attackers
that you lead with. Hit them with special attacks or switch to a Fighting 
type if you have one.

After you beat them, you can battle a bunch of other people hanging around on
the street by talking to them. When you're done, head west and battle some
more trainers before continuing on. Further west from here is a drawbridge. 
You'll meet Cheren and Kamitsure again and Kamitsure will ask for the 
drawbridge to be lowered so you can go across it.


------------------------HODOMOE DRAWBRIDGE--------------------

   _________
 // POKEMON \\  Type                 Levels    Rarity   Season   
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Koaruhii       Water/Flying         22-25     100%     All     |
|_______________________________________________________________|


This bridge isn't nearly as large as Sky Arrow Bridge, but there is something
interesting to note. Every once in a while, you'll hear the flapping of wings
and spot some small shadows moving around. Move over these shadows and you
may get a Feather item. These feathers are supposed to provide 1 EV to one of
your stats depending on what kind of feather it is. 

Strength Wing    Gives 1 HP EV when used
Power Wing       Gives 1 Atk EV when used 
Resistance Wing  Gives 1 Def EV when used
Wisdom Wing      Gives 1 SAtk EV when used
Mind Wing        Gives 1 SDef EV when used
Instant Wing     Gives 1 Spd EV when used  

If you don't care about EVs you can still sell these for a lot of money.

Sometimes instead of receiving a feather, you'll encounter a wild Koaruhii.
That's about it for this place. Continue on to the next city.

 
------------------------[s] HODOMOE CITY--------------------

ITEMS: Expert Belt, Ultra Ball, Repeat Ball, Big Pearl


As soon as you enter, you spot Cheren yet again and this time he's talking to
a guy in a cowboy hat. This is Yakon and he is the Gym Leader of this city.

Hodomoe has some more interesting things that you can do.

=OATH TUTOR=
The second house from the entrance has a man that will teach your Pokemon the
Oath moves. However, only certain Pokemon can be taught these moves.

Grass Oath - Grass starters only
Fire Oath - Fire starters only
Water Oath - Water starters only

These three moves are pretty weak, but they are notable because they can form 
special combinations in double and triple moves. 


=MARKETPLACE=
There is a large pavilion in the middle of town and inside is a market with 
several things to get. The man with the shades and black suit will give you 
an Expert Belt if you have at least one Pokemon at Lv. 30 or above in your 
party. West of him is a lady who sells MooMoo Milk which can heal your Pokemon
up to 100 HP, more than a Super Potion or Lemonade. You can by them one at a
time or a dozen at a time. South of her is another person selling healing
items:

Heal Powder - 450P
Energy Power - 500P
Energy Root - 800P
Revival Herb - 2800P

Feeding your Pokemon any of these items will heal them, but also lower their
happiness. Finally there's a Big Pearl in the left side of the market which you 
can reach by going outside and entering through a hidden entrance in the left
side of the pavilion.


=TRIPLE OR ROTATION BATTLE=
Also on the left side of the pavilion is a biker guy riding up and down. 
If you're playing White, he'll introduce you to a Triple Battle. If you are
playing Black, he'll do a Rotation Battle instead. 
He always has the following Pokemon:

   __________
 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Biker                    Lv. 27 Warubiru     Ground/Dark       |
|                         Lv. 27 Basurao      Water             |
|                         Lv. 27 Zeburaika    Electric          |
|_______________________________________________________________|

Warubiru has Intimidate and will lower all three of your Pokemon's Attack
if you're in a Triple Battle or only the active Pokemon in a Rotation one. 
Basurao will often use Aqua Jet, which always goes first. His Zeburaika is the
fastest Pokemon on his team, but it isn't too much different from the one you
fought in the Raimon Gym.
Triple Battles are sort of like double battles, except the placement of your
Pokemon is important. The Pokemon on the left side can't hit the opposing 
Pokemon on the right side and vice versa. Only the Pokemon in the center can
target all three of your opponent's Pokemon. Keep this in mind as you battle.
On the other hand, Rotation Battles allow you to use 3 Pokemon, but only one
can attack at a time. However you can rotate your Pokemon around to counter
your opponent's Pokemon before you attack. It takes a lot of prediction!


=IN-GAME TRADE=
If you think Basurao are cool and want one for yourself, you can head to the
house south and to the right of the PokeCenter. Inside is a guy who will want
to trade his Basurao for a Chillarmy, which you can catch on Route 5. The guy
next to him gives you a Shell Bell if you have seen at least 50 Pokemon.


If you go to the Gym in the upper right part of the city, you'll find that it 
is closed since Yakon is not there. Instead go down to the lower part of the
city and you'll end up in a different area.



----нннннннннннннн[t] FREEZING CONTAINER (OUTSIDE)----------------------
  
   _________
 // POKEMON \\  Type                 Levels    Rarity   Season   
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Haderia        Normal               21-27     35%      All     |
|Chillarmy      Normal               20-24     20%      All     |
|Banipucchi     Ice                  20-23     30%      All     |
|Dokkora        Fighting             21-22     15%      All     |
|Tabbune        Normal               20-23     90%*     All     |
|Chirachiino    Normal               23         5%*     All     |
|Haderia        Normal               23         5%*     All     |
|_______________________________________________________________|
*only found in shaking grass 

   __________
 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Youngster                Lv. 24 Hoiiga       Bug/Poison        |
|                         Lv. 24 Kaburumo     Bug               |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Youngster                Lv. 24 Bachuru      Bug/Electric      |
|                         Lv. 24 Ishizumai    Bug/Rock          |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Worker                   Lv. 24 Yanappu      Grass             |
|                         Lv. 24 Dokkora      Fighting          |
|_______________________________________________________________|

ITEMS: Rugged Helmet, Ether, Protein, Heart Scale


There's not too much to do in this section of the Freezing Container. 
However you can battle the trainers for EXP and catch your first Ice Pokemon
in the game. There's a worker hiding in the narrow space between two of the
warehouses. He'll give you a Rugged Helmet if you talk to him.

Go to the southwestern area of this place and Cheren will meet you there. Go
through the door to progress.


---------------------FREEZING CONTAINER----------------------

   __________
 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Worker                   Lv. 24 Baoppu       Fire              |
|                         Lv. 24 Dokkora      Fighting          |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Worker                   Lv. 24 Hiyappu      Water             |
|                         Lv. 24 Dokkora      Fighting          |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Worker                   Lv. 25 Dotekkotsu   Fighting          |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Worker                   Lv. 24 Banipucchi   Ice               |
|                         Lv. 24 Dokkora      Fighting          |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Worker                   Lv. 23 Dokkora      Fighting          |
|                         Lv. 23 Dokkora      Fighting          |
|                         Lv. 23 Banipucchi   Ice               |
|_______________________________________________________________|

ITEMS: Net Ball, TM 55 (Boiling Water), Ice Heal, Hyper Potion, NeverMeltIce


They don't call this the Freezing Container for nothing! Go east across some
sliding ice and battle the trainers along the way. Then go up a set of stairs
until you reach another set of ice tiles. Place yourself at the bottom most 
tile and slide right, then up, left, and down. Go south and down the stairs 
until you reach some more ice. Stay on the left side and slide upwards, then 
go left and down towards a crate that seems to be open. Before you can enter
it, you'll meet Cheren again.

Inside the crate are a bunch of Team Plasma Grunts huddled around another 
Sage. His name is Vio and as soon as you approach them, the Grunts turn and
face you. Cheren decides to battle the Grunts on the left while you take the
ones on the right side. There are four Grunts you have to battle:

   __________
 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Team Plasma Grunt        Lv. 24 Leperasudu   Dark              |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Team Plasma Grunt        Lv. 24 Yabukuron    Poison            |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Team Plasma Grunt        Lv. 23 Meguroko     Ground/Dark       |
|                         Lv. 23 Miruhoggu    Normal            |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Team Plasma Grunt        Lv. 23 Miruhoggu    Normal            |
|                         Lv. 23 Zuruggu      Dark/Fighting     |
|_______________________________________________________________|


After you beat them all, Yakkon and some workers turn up and take the Grunts
away. Pick up the NeverMeltIce and then leave the place. You can finally 
access the Gym now.



----------------------[u] HODOMOE GYM--------------------------------

   __________
 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Miner                    Lv. 28 Gamagaru     Water/Ground      |
|                         Lv. 28 Moguryuu     Ground            |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Miner                    Lv. 28 Meguroko     Ground/Dark       |
|                         Lv. 28 Moguryuu     Ground            |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Miner                    Lv. 29 Warubiru     Ground/Dark       |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Businessman              Lv. 27 Warubiru     Ground/Dark       |
|                         Lv. 27 Warubiru     Ground/Dark       |
|                         Lv. 27 Gamagaru     Water/Ground      |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Office Lady              Lv. 29 Moguryuu     Ground            |
|_______________________________________________________________|


This Gym involves a series of lifts that go up and down. Press the green 
buttons to go down and press the red buttons to go up. Start with the very
first lift that takes you underground. Go right to the next lift and go down. 
You can ride the top lift up if you want to fight another trainer. But if you 
don't, walk across it and around the side until you reach the lift on the left
side. Take this one down. The lift on the right is also optional and leads to
another trainer battle. The lift at the top goes up. Get onto the lift at the
right and it will take you all the way down to an area even further 
underground. This is where Yakkon is standing. 


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|GYM LEADER BATTLE                                                          |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Leader Yakkon                                                            
Pokemon: 
-Lv. 29 Warubiru - Ground/Dark
         ---------------------------------
        | Crunch         | Swagger        |
        | Level Ground   | Torment        |
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 29 Gamagaru - Water/Ground
         ---------------------------------
        | Muddy Water    | Aqua Ring      |
        | Level Ground   | Bubblebeam     |
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 31 Doryuuzu - Ground/Steel
         ---------------------------------
        | Slash          | Rock Slide     |
        | Level Ground   | Claw Sharpen   |
         ---------------------------------

Prize: 3720P, Quake Badge

His Warubiru likes to use annoying moves like Swagger and Torment, while its
attacking moves consist of Crunch and Ground Level, which does damage and will
always lower your Speed. Warubiru has weak Defenses and several weaknesses 
including Grass, Water, Ice, Bug, and Fighting. Next up is Gamagaru, the 
evolution of Otamaru. It only has a weakness to Grass, but it's not very
strong so it shouldn't give you a hard time.

His last Pokemon is Doryuuzu. Its Attack is the highest of all non-legendary
Ground types so expect it to hit hard especially since it has Claw Sharpen
to further boost its Attack. It's part Steel so it isn't weak to Grass, but
it's still weak to Water as well as Fire, Fighting, and Ground. 

-------------------------------------------------------------------------

When you beat him you get another badge as usual, but you don't get a TM! 
That's because Yakon accidentally forgot it on Route 6, so head over there 
after you've healed and prepared for some more adventuring.

But before you can even leave the city Belle gets a hold of you and wants 
another battle!

 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
|RIVAL BATTLE                                                               |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Rival Belle                                                               
Pokemon: 
-Lv. 26 Haderia
-Lv. 26 Musharna
-Lv. 26 Baoppu (if player chose Tsutarja), Lv. 18 Hiyappu (if player chose
Pokabu), Lv. 18 Yanapuu (if player chose Mijumaru)
-Lv. 28 Futachimaru (if player chose Tsutarja), Lv. 20 Janobii (if player chose 
Pokabu), Lv. 20 Chaobuu (if player choose Mijumaru), 
Prize: 2800P

The only interesting thing to note is that her Munna evolved into Musharna.
It has high defenses and high Special Attack so it can be difficult to take
down. If you have any Dark, Ghost, or Bug attacks, use them to defeat it.
Beat her other Pokemon the same way you did before.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------

Belle will reward you with HM 02 (Fly) after you beat her. Now you can 
quickly travel to previous cities you've visited. But in order to continue 
your journey, you should head towards Route 6.



-------------------------[v] ROUTE 6--------------------------------

   _________
 // POKEMON \\  Type                 Levels    Rarity   Season   
 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
|Shikijika      Normal/Grass         22-24     35%      All                  |
|Tamagetake     Grass/Poison         23-25     15%      All                  |
|Kaburumo       Bug                  22-24     25%      All                  |
|Kurumayu       Bug/Grass            23        10%      All                  |
|Hatoopo        Normal/Flying        23-25     15%      Spring, Summer, Fall |
|Banipucchi     Ice                  23-25     15%      Winter               |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|// Dark Grass \\                                                            |
|Shikijika      Normal/Grass         26-28     35%      All                  |
|Tamagetake     Grass/Poison         27-29     15%      All                  |
|Kaburumo       Bug                  26-28     25%      All                  |
|Kurumayu       Bug/Grass            27        10%      All                  |
|Hatoopo        Normal/Flying        27-29     15%      Spring, Summer, Fall |
|Banipucchi     Ice                  27-29     15%      Winter               |
|                                                                            |
|Tabunne        Normal               22-25     70%*     All                  |
|Emonga         Electric/Flying      23-25     20%*     All                  |
|Kenhorou       Normal/Flying        25         5%*     All                  |
|Hahakurimo     Bug/Grass            25         5%*     All                  |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
 *only found in shaking grass

   __________
 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Scientist                Lv. 27 Shikijika    Normal/Grass      |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Scientist                Lv. 27 Shikijika    Normal/Grass      |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Scientist                Lv. 27 Shikijika    Normal/Grass      |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Parasol Lady             Lv. 24 Otamaro      Water             |
|                         Lv. 24 Otamaro      Water             |
|                         Lv. 24 Otamaro      Water             |
|                         Lv. 24 Otamaro      Water             |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Parasol Lady             Lv. 26 Banipucchi   Ice               |
|                         Lv. 26 Pururiru     Water/Ghost       |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Pokemon Ranger           Lv. 27 Emonga       Electric/Flying   |
|                         Lv. 27 Shikijika    Normal/Grass      |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Pokemon Ranger           Lv. 27 Chillarmy    Normal            |
|                         Lv. 27 Emonga       Electric/Flying   |
|_______________________________________________________________|


ITEMS: Hyper Potion, Ether, Shiny Stone, Cheri Berry*, Cheri Berry*


This is a rather long route with quite a few trainers as well as new Pokemon
available. There's a house in this route with will heal your Pokemon for free!
Also there are several items on the ground, but watch out! Some of these 
aren't actually items but wild Pokemon known as Tamagetake. 

Travel across this route and head northwards until you get to some 
mountainous areas. You'll eventually come across a cave, but this cave has
a giant yellow spider web that prevents you from entering. Not to fear, Yakkon
is here! He will have his Warubiru break the web and then give you the TM
that he forgot earlier. It is TM 78 (Ground Level).

You are now free to enter the cave.

 
-----------------[w] ELECTRIC ROCK CAVE-------------------------

   _________
 // POKEMON \\  Type                 Levels    Rarity   Season   
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Gantoru        Rock                 24        10%      All     |
|Gear           Steel                25-27     29%      All     |
|Bachuru        Bug/Electric         24-27     39%      All     |
|Shibishirasu   Electric             27        2%       All     |
|Tesshiido      Grass/Steel          24-25     20%      All     |
|Moguryuu       Ground               24-27     100%*    All     |
|_______________________________________________________________|
 *only found in shaking dirt

   __________
 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Scientist                Lv. 29 Gear         Steel             |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Cool Trainer             Lv. 31 Aachen       Rock/Flying       |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Hiker                    Lv. 26 Gantoru      Rock              |
|                         Lv. 26 Dotekkotsu   Fighting          |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Researcher               Lv. 29 Gear         Steel             |
|_______________________________________________________________|


ITEMS: Lucky Egg, Revive, Heal Ball, Parlyz Heal, Hyper Potion, Iron


When you enter the cave, mysterious figures will instantly teleport beside
you and take you to meet N. He doesn't want to fight...yet. He will simply
talk for a bit and then leave. 

A large floating blue crystal will be blocking your path. Belle will show up 
and so will Prof. Araragi. She'll give you a Lucky Egg, which gives the holder 
50% more EXP after every battle. This will make training and leveling a whole 
lot easier!

In order to move this floating crystals, you need to push them in the 
direction of any large blue magnetic rocks nearby. This will allow you to
pass through. So push the one in front of you to the left.

There are many new Pokemon in this cave and also something else that is new.
Usually a shaking mound of dirt means there is a wild Moguryuu there. But in
this cave you can also find rare items like Jewels if you inspect these 
mounds. These Jewels raise the power of a certain attack type, so they can be
pretty useful. 

Anyways, make your way northwards, push the crystal right, and go up the 
stairs and then to the east until you find two more crystals. Push the top 
crystal left and the second on down then continue east and down to a bridge.
As you cross the bridge, the mysterious guys will suddenly appear again and
whisk you across the bridge then instantly disappear. There's a set of stairs
nearby that lead down.


-----------------B1F-----------------

   _________
 // POKEMON \\  Type                 Levels    Rarity   Season   
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Gantoru        Rock                 24        10%      All     |
|Gear           Steel                25-27     29%      All     |
|Bachuru        Bug/Electric         24-27     39%      All     |
|Shibishirasu   Electric             27        2%       All     |
|Tesshiido      Grass/Steel          24-25     20%      All     |
|Moguryuu       Ground               24-27     100%*    All     |
|_______________________________________________________________|
 *only found in shaking dirt

   __________
 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Doctor                  Lv. 29 Kurumayu      Bug/Grass         |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Team Plasma Grunt       Lv. 26 Meguroko      Ground/Dark       |
|                        Lv. 26 Zuruggu       Dark/Fighting     |
|                        Lv. 26 Miruhoggu     Normal            |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Team Plasma Grunt       Lv. 28 Zuruggu       Dark/Fighting     |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Team Plasma Grunt       Lv. 27 Yabakuron     Poison            |
|                        Lv. 27 Leperadasu    Dark              |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Team Plasma Grunt       Lv. 26 Yabakuron     Poison            |
|                        Lv. 26 Yabakuron     Poison            |
|                        Lv. 26 Yabakuron     Poison            |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Team Plasma Grunt       Lv. 28 Leperadasu    Dark              |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Team Plasma Grunt       Lv. 27 Leperadasu    Dark              |
|                        Lv. 27 Miruhoggu     Normal            |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Team Plasma Grunt       Lv. 27 Miruhoggu     Normal            |
|                        Lv. 27 Meguroko      Ground/Dark       |
|_______________________________________________________________|

ITEMS: Nugget x2, Timer Ball, Thunder Stone
 

If you go west a bit you'll find two guys standing next to each other. 
Instead of battling you, they'll give you two Nuggets each. Pretty nice!
Near the eastern part of this floor is a Doctor who will heal your Pokemon 
after you beat him.

In order to progress, you need to go north and battle a whole bunch of Team 
Plasma Grunts. There are seven of them total. Afterwards, you should come
across two stairs on opposite sides of the cave. The one on the left goes 
down and is optional while the one on the right goes up and leads to the exit
of the cave.

Take the ones going down because there are a few more trainers down there to
battle.


-----------------B2F-----------------
   _________
 // POKEMON \\  Type                 Levels    Rarity   Season   
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Gantoru        Rock                 24        10%      All     |
|Gear           Steel                25-27     26%      All     |
|Bachuru        Bug/Electric         24-27     36%      All     |
|Shibishirasu   Electric             27        8%       All     |
|Tesshiido      Grass/Steel          26-27     20%      All     |
|Moguryuu       Ground               24-27     100%*    All     |
|_______________________________________________________________|
 *only found in shaking dirt

   __________
 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Cool Trainer             Lv. 30 Moguryuu     Ground            |
|                         Lv. 30 Zeburaika    Electric          |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Cool Trainer             Lv. 29 Gochimu      Psychic           |
|                         Lv. 29 Koaruhii     Water/Flying      |
|                         Lv. 29 Doredia      Bug/Grass         |
|_______________________________________________________________|

ITEMS: Hyper Potion, Rare Candy, Brightpowder


The two trainers here are a nice source of EXP. After beating the first Cool
Trainer, push the floating crystal south then go down and battle the other
one. Collect any items you want down here, then go back to the previous floor
and go up the stairs to the east.


-----------------1F-----------------
   __________
 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
|---------------------------------------------------------------
|Scientist                Lv. 29 Gear         Steel             |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Cool Trainer             Lv. 30 Erufuun      Grass             |
|                         Lv. 30 Purotoga     Water/Rock        |
|_______________________________________________________________|

ITEMS: Magnet


You're almost done with this place. The exit is to the east, but before
you can reach it you have another encounter with N. 
 
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|N BATTLE                                                                   |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

N                                                                 
Pokemon: 
-Lv. 28 Gantoru - Rock
-Lv. 28 Bachuru - Bug/Electric
-Lv. 28 Tesshiido - Grass/Steel
-Lv. 28 Gear - Steel
Prize: 2800P

N uses the same Pokemon that you've encountered in this cave, so it 
shouldn't be much of a challenge. His Gantoru has Sturdy so you can't 
take it out in one hit, but other than that all four of them can be 
defeated pretty easily.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------

After you beat him, N will talk with Belle and Araragi before going on his
way once more. Now you can finally get out of here!



-----------------[x] FUKIYOSE CITY-------------------------

As soon as you enter this place, you'll notice that it's raining. You'll also
notice that this place is rather small compared to the other cities you been
in so far. However the main attraction this city has is the huge airport to 
the left of the city. 

When you try to head over there, a man and a girl will walk towards you. The
girl is actually Fuuro, the Gym Leader of this city. You can't battle her
now because she is headed to the Tower of Heaven. You need to meet her over
there, but first there's a couple things you can do in the city.


=MOVE DELETER AND MOVE RELEARNER=
The house to the right of the PokeCenter has these two people in it. The girl
in the pink dress will teach your Pokemon any level up move it has forgotten,
but you'll need to give her a Heart Scale for each move you want remembered.

The old man next to her will delete any move your Pokemon knows including
HMs moves. His service is free.


In the control tower, talk to a girl inside to get a Sharp Beak. Then head
out to the airport near the right side to get TM 58 (Freefall). The gym is to
the north of the runway, but it is blocked for now so exit the city to the 
northeast.



-----------------[y] ROUTE 7-------------------------

   _________
 // POKEMON \\  Type                 Levels    Rarity   Season   
 --------------------------------------------------------------------------
|Shikijika      Normal/Grass         26        20%      All                |
|Tamagetake     Grass/Poison         27-29     10%      All                |
|Miruhoggu      Normal               27-29     20%      All                |
|Zeburaika      Electric             27-29     20%      All                |
|Hatoopo        Normal/Flying        26-28     30%      Spring,Summer,Fall |
|Kumashun       Ice                  26-28     30%      Winter             |
|__________________________________________________________________________|
|//Dark Grass\\                                                            |
|Shikijika      Normal/Grass         30        20%      All                |
|Tamagetake     Grass/Poison         31-33     10%      All                |
|Miruhoggu      Normal               31-33     20%      All                |
|Zeburaika      Electric             31-33     20%      All                |
|Hatoopo        Normal/Flying        30-32     30%      Spring,Summer,Fall |
|Kumashun       Ice                  30-32     30%      Winter             |
|                                                                          |
|Tabunne        Normal               26-29     85%*     All                |
|Emonga         Electric/Flying      27        10%*     All                |
|Kenhorou       Normal/Flying        29         5%*     Spring,Summer,Fall |
|__________________________________________________________________________|
 *only found in shaking grass

   __________
 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Hiker                    Lv. 31 Baokki       Fire              |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Hiker                    Lv. 31 Chillarmy    Normal            |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Youngster                Lv. 30 Ishizumai    Bug/Rock          |
|                         Lv. 30 Yanakki      Grass             |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Youngster                Lv. 29 Gamagaru     Water/Ground      |
|                         Lv. 29 Chobomaki    Bug               |
|                         Lv. 29 Pendora      Bug/Poison        |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Pokemon Ranger           Lv. 30 Kurumayu     Bug/Grass         |
|                         Lv. 30 Hiyakki      Water             |
|                         Lv. 30 Hatoopo      Normal/Flying     |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Pokemon Ranger           Lv. 31 Yuniran      Psychic           |
|                         Lv. 31 Kibago       Dragon            |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Clown                    Lv. 30 Emonga       Electric/Flying   |
|                         Lv. 30 Shinpora     Psychic/Flying    |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Clown                    Lv. 29 Shibishirasu Electric          |
|                         Lv. 29 Koaruhii     Water/Flying      |
|                         Lv. 29 Hatoopo      Normal/Flying     |
|_______________________________________________________________|


ITEMS: TM 57 (Charge Beam), Ultra Ball, PP Up, Max Ether, TM 81 (X-Scissor)
       Aspear Berry*, Aspear Berry*

*received from Pokemon Rangers after beating them

 
It's still raining here which means any Water Pokemon you have will have a big
advantage while Fire Pokemon will be at a disadvantage. This is also the
place with very tall grass that you can't ride your bike across. If you want
to avoid the random encounters, use the narrow raised walkway, but be careful
because if you go over the edge you'll fall into the grass. 
A lady here will give you TM 57 (Charge Beam)

The first house you see on the left side has a Hiker who will trade his Emonga
for a Dangoro. If you're not interested, continue right. You'll find a blue
haired Cool Trainer who has a special way of battling similar to the Biker 
back in Hodomoe City. If you're playing Black he'll do a Rotation Battle and
if you're playing White he'll do a Triple Battle. These are his Pokemon:

Cool Trainer - Lv. 32 Miruhoggu, Lv. 32 Kokoromori, Lv. 32 Leparudasu

His Pokemon are all really fast, but also really frail so a powerful attack
from your Pokemon can take them out pretty easily.

Continue northwards to battle some more trainers. You'll eventually come 
across a tower, but if you want you can continue east to explore the rest
of this route. There's a house there with a lady inside who will heal your
Pokemon.

The rest of the route consists of a couple of clowns and a patch of darker
tall grass for the chance to encounter wild double battles. When you reach
the end of the route, go back to the tower and enter it.



-----------------[z] TOWER OF HEAVEN-------------------------

Does this look familiar? Yep, it's just like the Pokemon Tower in Lavender 
Town, except this tower has a huge spiral staircase. There's nothing to do on
the first floor so go to the next floor.

-----------------2F------------------
   _________
 // POKEMON \\  Type                 Levels    Rarity   Season   
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Hitomoshi      Ghost/Fire           26-29     100%     All     |
|_______________________________________________________________|

   __________
 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Psychic                  Lv. 30 Riguree      Psychic           |
|                         Lv. 30 Shinpora     Psychic/Flying    |
|                         Lv. 30 Uniran       Psychic           |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Lass                     Lv. 30 Shikijika    Normal/Grass      |
|                         Lv. 30 Gochimu      Psychic           |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|PokeFan                  Lv. 30 Emonga       Electric/Flying   |
|                         Lv. 30 Haderia      Normal            |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|PokeFan                  Lv. 31 Kurumayu     Bug/Grass         |
|_______________________________________________________________|

ITEMS: Hyper Potion, TM 61 (Will-o-wisp)


This is the first floor with wild Pokemon and trainers. There are only two
Pokemon you can catch in this entire tower - the more common Hitomoshi and the 
rarer Riguree. Both of them have excellent Special Attack stats when they 
evolve. Continue to the next floor when you are done.


-----------------3F------------------
   _________
 // POKEMON \\  Type                 Levels    Rarity   Season   
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Hitomoshi      Ghost/Fire           26-29     85%      All     |
|Riguree        Psychic              26-27     15%      All     |
|_______________________________________________________________|

   __________
 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Psychic                  Lv. 32 Musharna     Psychic           |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Psychic                  Lv. 31 Desumasu     Ghost             |
|                         Lv. 31 Gobitto      Ground/Ghost      |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Psychic                  Lv. 31 Hitomoshi    Ghost/Fire        |
|                         Lv. 31 Kokoromori   Psychic/Flying    |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Psychic                  Lv. 31 Doburan      Psychic           |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Nurse                    Lv. 31 Gochimu      Psychic           |
|                         Lv. 31 Mamambou     Water             |
|_______________________________________________________________|

ITEMS: Spell Tag


There are a bunch of Psychics here, but also a Nurse. She will heal your 
Pokemon after you beat her. 


-----------------4F------------------
   _________
 // POKEMON \\  Type                 Levels    Rarity   Season   
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Hitomoshi      Ghost/Fire           26-29     70%      All     |
|Riguree        Psychic              26-29     30%      All     |
|_______________________________________________________________|

   __________
 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Cool Trainer             Lv. 33 Muurando     Normal            |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Cool Trainer             Lv. 32 Kokoromori   Psychic/Flying    |
|                         Lv. 32 Gochimiru    Psychic           |
|_______________________________________________________________|

Items: Revive, TM 65 (Shadow Claw)


This is the last floor with trainers and items. Continue on the the top of
the tower.


---------------Top of Tower------------------

You'll meet Fuuro at the top and she'll be standing in front of a large bell.
Go up to the bell and give it a ring. Fuuro will go back to her Gym, which
means you should as well. Use Fly to quickly get back to Fukiyose City or
do it the long way by walking all the way there.



-----------------[aa] FUKIYOSE GYM-------------------------
 
   __________
 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Worker                   Lv. 32 Hatoopo      Normal/Flying     |
|                         Lv. 32 Hatoopo      Normal/Flying     |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Worker                   Lv. 32 Koaruhii     Water/Flying      |
|                         Lv. 32 Koromori     Psychic/Flying    |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Pilot                    Lv. 32 Koaruhii     Water/Flying      |
|                         Lv. 32 Shinpora     Psychic/Flying    |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Pilot                    Lv. 33 Kenkorou     Normal/Flying     |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Worker                   Lv. 33 Kokoromori   Psychic/Flying    |
|_______________________________________________________________|


Head into the Gym and the first thing you'll notice are the cannons. These
are what you'll be using to actually get around the Gym. You can approach the
cannons from any side and they'll open up and then shoot you in the direction
that you entered from.

Start by going into the first cannon, then go into the cannon on your left.
Go back down and reenter the cannon from the right side this time. Go up 
the stairs, then south and use the cannon to shoot you left. Enter the 
cannon above you from the BOTTOM and it will shoot you towards the back of
the Gym. Enter the cannon there from the right then reenter it from the 
left. Go up the stairs and use the next few cannons to shoot you through
some hoops (and even into a wall). The last one will take you up to the
platform where the Gym Leader is.

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|GYM LEADER BATTLE                                                          |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Leader Fuuro                                                           
Pokemon:
-Lv. 33 Kokoromori - Psychic/Flying 
         ---------------------------------
        | Heart Stamp    | Assurance      |
        | Acrobat        | Amnesia        |
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 33 Kenhorou - Normal Flying
         ---------------------------------
        | Air Slash      | Quick Attack   |
        | Leer           | Razor Wind     |
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 35 Swanna - Water/Flying
         ---------------------------------
        | Aqua Ring      | Air Slash      |
        | Bubblebeam     | Aerial Ace     |
         ---------------------------------

Prize: 4200P, Jet Badge, TM 62 (Acrobat)


Her first Pokemon is actually her fastest Pokemon. However you have battled
Kokoromori more than once by now so you should know how to deal with it.
It is not very powerful, its defenses are low, and its moves are pretty
weak. All in all not much trouble.

Kenhorou is the final evolution of Mamepato. It's pretty fast and pretty
strong, but all its attacks are resisted by Rock and Steel types and a 
faster Electric type like Zeburaika will easily wreck it.

Swanna is her final Pokemon and uses its Water/Flying type to its
advantage with Air Slash and Bubblebeam. It also likes to restore its health
with Aqua Ring. It has a 4x weakness to Electric so any good Electric move
will take it out in two hits or less.

------------------------------------------------------------------------- 

When you win you'll get TM 62 and the Jet Badge, which let's all Pokemon up
to Level 70 obey you. Use the cannon above you to shoot you across the Gym,
then exit.

N will be waiting outside for you, but don't worry, he doesn't want to battle
again. 

Now it's time to continue past Route 7 and onto the next destination!



-----------------[bb] MT NEJI (OUTSIDE)-------------------------

When you approach the stairs leading up to Mt. Neji, you'll see Cheren again
who wants to battle you as usual.

 -----------------------------нннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннн
|RIVAL BATTLE                                                               |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Rival Cheren                                                               
Pokemon:
-Lv. 33 Leperasudu 
-Lv. 33 Kenhorou
-Lv. 33 Yanakki (if player chose Tsutarja), Lv. 33 Baokki (if player  
choose Pokabu), Lv. 33 Hiyakki (if player chose Mijumaru)
-Lv. 35 Chaobuu (if player chose Tsutarja), Lv. 35 Futachimaru (if player  
choose Pokabu), Lv. 35 Janobii (if player chose Mijumaru)
Prize: 2600P

His Pokemon are all fully evolved now except for his starter. His Leperasudu
and Kenhorou are pretty fast, but you've already battled these kinds of
Pokemon several times by now so it shouldn't be a big issue.

His monkey will know a rather powerful move depending on what it is 
- Seed Bomb if it's Yanakki, Bursting Flame if it's Baokki, and Boiling Water
if it's Hiyakki. Make sure your Pokemon can handle whatever attack it is.

Finally his starter will be holding a Leftovers to heal a little bit each
turn. You should still be able to deal with it the same way you've dealt with
it before.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------

After you beat him, Champion Adeku will suddenly appear and talk to you and
Cheren. When he's done talking he'll give you HM 03 (Surf) which means now 
you can explore all the places that were closed off due to water!

If you decide to continue on with your journey, then head up the stairs and
into the cave. 


---------------------MT NEJI-------------------------

   _________
 // POKEMON \\  Type                 Levels    Rarity   Season   
 --------------------------------------------------------------------
|Gantoru        Rock                 28-31     49%      Spring, Fall |
|Dotekkotsu     Fighting             28-30     30%      Spring, Fall |
|Koromori       Psychic/Flying       29-31     10%      Spring, Fall |
|Kumashun       Ice                  28        10%      Spring, Fall |
|Furiijo        Ice                  31         1%      Spring, Fall |
|                                                                    |
|Gantoru        Rock                 28-31     45%      Summer       |
|Dotekkotsu     Fighting             28-30     30%      Summer       |
|Koromori       Psychic/Flying       28-31     20%      Summer       |
|Kumashun       Ice                  28         4%      Summer       |
|Furiijo        Ice                  28         1%      Summer       |
|                                                                    |
|Gantoru        Rock                 28-31     30%      Winter       |
|Dotekkotsu     Fighting             29        10%      Winter       |
|Koromori       Psychic/Flying       28-30     10%      Winter       |
|Kumashun       Ice                  28-31     45%      Winter       |
|Furiijo        Ice                  31         5%      Winter       |
|                                                                    |
|Moguryuu       Ground               28-31    100%*     All          |
|____________________________________________________________________|
 *only founding in shaking dirt

   __________
 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Hiker                    Lv. 34 Gantoru      Rock              |
|                         Lv. 34 Dotekkotsu   Fighting          |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Hiker                    Lv. 33 Koromori     Psychic/Flying    |
|                         Lv. 33 Gantoru      Rock              |
|                         Lv. 33 Dotekkotsu   Fighting          |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Battle Girl              Lv. 36 Nageki       Fighting          |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Blackbelt                Lv. 36 Dageki       Fighting          |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Cool Trainer             Lv. 35 Banirichi    Ice               |
|                         Lv. 35 Gochimiru    Psychic           |
|                         Lv. 35 Daburan      Psychic           |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Worker                   Lv. 34 Gantoru      Rock              |
|                         Lv. 34 Doryuuzu     Ground/Steel      |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Worker                   Lv. 35 Kokoromori   Psychic/Flying    |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Worker                   Lv. 35 Doryuuzu     Ground/Steel      |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Worker                   Lv. 33 Gantoru      Rock              |
|                         Lv. 33 Gantoru      Rock              |
|                         Lv. 33 Gantoru      Rock              |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Worker                   Lv. 34 Dotekkotsu   Fighting          |
|                         Lv. 34 Gantoru      Rock              |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Doctor                   Lv. 34 Daburan      Psychic           |
|                         Lv. 34 Musharna     Psychic           |
|_______________________________________________________________|


ITEMS: Full Heal, Revive, Moon Stone, Max Potion, Nugget, Ether, PP Up,
       TM 91 (Flash Cannon), Ultra Ball, Protein


Cheren will be there again as well as Yakkon. They will head off towards the
left exit so go there too.

Mt. Neji is actually a series of mineshafts. You can find a couple of new Ice
Pokemon here, but they are both pretty rare. You start off with two possible
directions - north or southeast. There's nothing to the north except for a
Revive, so head southeast through the door. 

The first corridor leads outside to a Cool Trainer and nothing else, so go 
up the second corridor farther up ahead. When you're outside, go up the 
boardwalk to the next entrance. In here there will be trainers who are hiding
under dirt mounds and will pop up when you pass in front of them. Go down the
stairs and into another doorway. Head south and then left to go outside. Head
all the way west and into another entrance. Make a semicircle through this
cave by heading left, then up and right back outside again.

Fight the doctor below you and he'll heal your Pokemon when you're done. 
To the north are two more entrances. Head inside the first one. Keep going
north into another door. There's an Ultra Bell across the room, but you 
should really go downwards. Be sure to pick up the hidden Protein in the
dirt mound above the hidden Worker. Then go through the door, which takes
you outside.

You'll find a house here as well as a vending machine. There are two entrances
here - one to the south and one to the east. If you want a free TM, use the
southern entrance and go through the hallway until you reach a room with a 
big ice rock. Pick up your TM, then head back outside and take the entrance
to the northeast.

You'll meet Cheren in here and he'll be talking to a Plasma Grunt. Another
Plasma Grunt will appear and they'll leave. When you exit this place, you'll
be in the next city!



----------------------[cc] SEKKA CITY-------------------------
   _________
 // POKEMON \\  Type                Levels    Rarity   Season   
 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
|Gamagaru       Water/Ground        30-33     40%      Spring, Summer, Fall |
|Maggyo         Ground/Electric     31-32     20%      Spring, Summer, Fall |
|Chobomaki      Bug                 30-33     40%      Spring, Summer, Fall |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

ITEMS: TM31 (Brick Break)


Upon leaving Mt. Neji, a guy will come up to you and inspect your Pokemon for
some reason, then leave. 

Sekka City also has rainy weather and it even has wild Pokemon that you can
encounter. Walk around the puddle areas and you'll eventually find some. One
of these Pokemon is Maggyo, an odd fish with an odd type combination. But you
can't find any of these during the Winter though. 

Inside the PokeCenter is an old lady who will give you TM 31 (Brick Break). 
You can also buy more TMs from the second person in the PokeMart section:

TM 14 (Blizzard) - 70000P
TM 25 (Thunder) - 70000P
TM 38 (Fire Blast) - 70000P

They are all extremely expensive, but you only need to buy them once since 
you can use them as much as you want. Fire Blast will be useful for the gym
in this city while Blizzard will help you at the 8th gym.

To the right of the Gym is a house where the man inside will give you a quiz.
Answer correctly to win a free item. But it can be hard if you don't 
understand Japanese. You can still get a Parlyz Heal just for trying.



-----------------[dd] SEKKA GYM-------------------------

   __________
 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Blackbelt                Lv. 35 Kumashun     Ice               |
|                         Lv. 35 Kumashun     Ice               |
|                         Lv. 35 Furiijio     Ice               |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Battle Girl              Lv. 37 Furiijio     Ice               |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Blackbelt                Lv. 37 Kumashun     Ice               |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Battle Girl              Lv. 36 Kumashun     Ice               |
|                         Lv. 36 Baniruchi    Ice               |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Battle Girl              Lv. 36 Baniruchi    Ice               |
|                         Lv. 36 Baniruchi    Ice               |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Blackbelt                Lv. 36 Baniruchi    Ice               |
|                         Lv. 36 Kumashun     Ice               |
|_______________________________________________________________|

This gym is basically a huge sliding ice puzzle. It may get confusing, but 
there are arrow-shaped tiles on the floor to help you and of course, you
have this guide as well. 

-Start by going up from the first arrow mark you see. The curved ramp will 
 spin you to a blue tile.
-Slide to the RIGHT
-Walk up and press the red button to make the ramp turn.
-Slide off from the arrow mark onto another blue tile.
-Go up the steps and slide across the ice ramp.
-Slide RIGHT, UP, RIGHT, UP.
-Go in front of the Battle Girl and slide DOWN until you touch the ramp, then
 slide RIGHT.
-Walk down to the arrow and slide LEFT. You'll end up on a blue tile. 
-Slide UP until you hit the red button.
-Slide UP, LEFT, then DOWN from the arrow so you'll end up on the northwest
 blue tile.
-Go up the steps and across another ice ramp.
-Slide LEFT, then UP and you'll end up on another blue tile.
-Slide RIGHT, UP, and RIGHT and you'll land on a second blue tile.
-Slide UP a bit, then UP again to where the Blackbelt is. Hit the red button.
-Slide RIGHT, then DOWN.
-Slide LEFT, DOWN, and RIGHT
-Slide UP and you'll finally have access to the Gym Leader!

===============================================================================

 ------------------ннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннн
|GYM LEADER BATTLE                                                          |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Leader Hachiku                                                           
Pokemon:
-Lv. 37 Baniruchi - Ice 
         ---------------------------------
        | Mirror Shot    | Acid Armor     |
        | Astonish       | Ice Breath     |
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 37 Furiijio - Ice
         ---------------------------------
        | Reflect        | Aurora Beam    |
        | Rapid Spin     | Ice Breatg     |
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 39 Tsunbeaa - Ice
         ---------------------------------
        | Slash          | Brine          |
        | Icicle Drop    | Swagger        |
         ---------------------------------

Prize: 4680P, Icicle Badge, TM 79 (Ice Breath)


First up is Baniruchi, the 1st evolution of Banipucchi. All its stats are
pretty mediocre, so it's not much of a threat. Next up is Furiijio. It
has good Sp. Attack and Speed as well as extremely high Sp. Defense. 
However its downfall is its incredibly low Defense. It will try to set up
a Reflect to take physical hits better, but even with a Reflect up any
supereffective physical attack is going to do a lot of damage. Last but 
not least is the polar bear Tsunbeaa. Though it's the slowest member of
his team, it has very high Attack as well as the rather powerful Icicle 
Drop attack.

All three Pokemon are pure Ice, meaning they have a weakness to Fire,
Fighting, Steel, and Rock. All of these are common attack types that you
most likely already have on your team. Even if you don't, you already
had access to the TMs for Flash Cannon, Brick Break, and Fire Blast so
just use one of those.

------------------------------------------------------------------------- 

When you win, you'll get TM 79 as well as the Icicle Badge, which makes all
Pokemon up to Lv. 80 obey you.

Now simply go down the long ice slide which takes you to the Gym entrance.

When you get outside, Belle and Cheren will be there. Hachiku soon comes
outside too and then three mysterious people instantly teleport around you.
The people tell you Geechisu and N are waiting for you at Ryuurasen Tower.
Hachiku and Cheren head over there and you should too.



-----------------[ee] RYUURASEN TOWER (OUTSIDE)-------------------------

   _________
 // POKEMON \\  Type                 Levels    Rarity   Season   
 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
|Shikijika      Normal/Grass         31-32     30%      All                  |
|Kojofuu        Fighting             31-33     30%      All                  |
|Hatoopo        Normal/Flying        30-32     30%      Spring, Summer, Fall |
|Kurimugan      Dragon               31-33     10%      Spring, Summer, Fall |
|Banipucchi     Ice                  31-33     30%      Winter               |
|Kumashun       Ice                  33        10%      Winter               |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|// Dark Grass \\                                                            |
|Mebukijika     Normal/Grass         34-36     30%      All                  |
|Kojofuu        Fighting             34-37     30%      All                  |
|Hatoopo        Normal/Flying        35-36     30%      Spring, Summer, Fall |
|Kurimugan      Dragon               35-37     10%      Spring, Summer, Fall |
|Baniricchi     Ice                  31-33     30%      Winter               |
|Tsunbeaa       Ice                  33        10%      Winter               |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|// Surf \\                                                                  |
|Basurao        Water                15-40     100%     All                  |
|                                                                            |
|Tabunne        Normal               30-33     85%*     All                  |
|Emonga         Electric/Flying      31        10%*     All                  |
|Kenkorou       Normal/Flying        33         5%*     Spring, Summer, Fall |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
 *only found in shaking grass

   __________
 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Cool Trainer             Lv. 36 Baniricchi   Ice               |
|                         Lv. 36 Denchura     Bug/Electric      |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Cool Trainer             Lv. 35 Kumashun     Ice               |
|                         Lv. 35 Hihidaruma   Fire              |
|                         Lv. 35 Hahakomori   Bug/Grass         |
|_______________________________________________________________|

ITEMS: TM 63 (Embargo)


Araragi's dad talks to you and Belle and gives you an Old Gateau, which heals
any status condition when used. Before you enter, be sure one of your 
Pokemon knows Strength.

You'll spot a Team Plasma Grunt when you enter, but he won't do anything.
You can actually use Surf and travel east off the bridge onto a patch of land
with a couple of Trainers and a free TM (Embargo).
When you're done, Surf back and continue into the tower. 


---------------------- RYUURASEN TOWER 1F-------------------------

   _________
 // POKEMON \\  Type                 Levels    Rarity   Season   
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Kojofuu        Fighting             33        20%      All     |
|Gobbito        Ground/Ghost         30-33     50%      All     |
|Kurimugan      Dragon               30-33     30%      All     |
|_______________________________________________________________|

Besides Plasma Grunts, there are no other trainers here, but there are a few 
new Pokemon. Kojofuu is a powerful Fighting type, Gobitto is a rather unusual 
robot-thing, and Kurimugan is a powerful but slow Dragon Pokemon. Head up the 
steps, but you'll hear a sudden rumbling sound.


-----------------2F------------------

   _________
 // POKEMON \\  Type                 Levels    Rarity   Season   
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Gobbito        Ground/Ghost         30-33     100%      All    |
|_______________________________________________________________|

ITEMS: Hyper Potion, Stardust, Shiny Stone


There's a bunch of fallen columns here. You meet Cheren here as well. In 
order to get to where he is, you need to push the large boulder into the hole
using Strength. Grab the two items here if you want, then continue west onto
the next room on this floor.

Go up the staircase and you'll find a sort of puzzle. This should be familiar
to anyone who has played Heart Gold/Soul Silver. The slanted blocks allow you
to jump over them from only one direction.

Jump over the first one and then jump over the bottom row of blocks until you
reach another set of stairs. If you want you can continue north and then 
right to reach a Shiny Stone in the upper right corner. Go up the steps and
through the door.


-----------------3F------------------

ITEMS: Dragon Claw


You'll see Cheren and Hachiku confronting some Team Plasma Grunts. Head 
down, right, and northwards while fighting the Plasma Grunts along your
way.

   __________
 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Team Plasma Grunt       Lv. 34 Miruhoggu     Normal            |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Team Plasma Grunt       Lv. 34 Leperasudu    Dark              |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Team Plasma Grunt       Lv. 34 Zuruggu       Dark/Fighting     |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Team Plasma Grunt       Lv. 33 Leperasudu    Dark              |
|                        Lv. 33 Leperasudu    Dark              |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Team Plasma Grunt       Lv. 32 Miruhoggu     Normal            |
|                        Lv. 32 Zuruggu       Dark/Fighting     |
|                        Lv. 32 Warubiru      Ground/Dark       |
|_______________________________________________________________|

There's a Dragon Claw on the other side near the doorway.


-----------------4F------------------

ITEMS: Star Piece, Revive


Here's another puzzle room. 
Go counterclockwise right until you come across a wall. Go across the
platform to the inner circle. Go right again and head up onto the third 
circle. Go left this time and onto the center circle. Go right and jump 
over the ramp. Move to the outer circle then go left. Move to the next
outer circle then go right. Move to the last outer circle then go left and
up the stairs.


-----------------5F------------------

ITEMS: Max Elixir


Head north, but you'll hear rumbling again as well as a loud roar. Head left
and you'll encounter a sage and four Plasma Grunts. The Grunts will quickly
surround you and you have to battle all four of them (one at a time though).

   __________
 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Team Plasma Grunt        Lv. 33 Miruhoggu    Normal            |
|                         Lv. 33 Warubiru     Ground/Dark       |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Team Plasma Grunt        Lv. 34 Warubiru     Ground/Dark       |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Team Plasma Grunt        Lv. 33 Yabukuron    Poison            |
|                         Lv. 33 Leperasudu   Dark              |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Team Plasma Grunt        Lv. 34 Miruhoggu    Normal            |
|_______________________________________________________________|

They'll let you go when you've beaten all of them. Continue down to the next
set of stairs.

-----------------6F------------------

Get ready for some ominous music and a short 3D cutscene! N will be in front
of one of the legendary dragons (Reshiram if you're playing White and Zekrom
if you're playing Black). He will then fly off with the dragon.

Cheren and Hachiku will be close behind and take you out of the tower. You'll
regroup outside when suddenly, Adeku shows up! When everyone is done talking,
Belle suggests you go to Ancient Castle back in the Resort Desert near 
Route 4. 



-----------------[ff] ANCIENT CASTLE-------------------------

Enter from the same place you did before. Cheren will stop you before you 
enter and tell you that Adeku is already inside.

Go in and left towards the staircase that you couldn't access earlier. Be sure 
to WALK and not run over the side of the pitfall.


-----------------B1------------------
   _________
 // POKEMON \\  Type                 Levels    Rarity   Season   
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Desukan        Ghost                34-37     50%      All     |
|Warubiru       Ground/Dark          34-37     50%      All     |
|_______________________________________________________________|

You'll meet another sage named Ryokushi. Travel a bit farther and you'll have
to battle a Plasma Grunt.

   __________
 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Team Plasma Grunt        Lv. 34 Miruhoggu    Normal            | 
|                         Lv. 34 Warubiru     Ground/Dark       |
|                         Lv. 34 Warubiru     Ground/Dark       |
|_______________________________________________________________|

In order to progress, walk into the middle of the pitfall to drop down.


-----------------B2------------------

ITEMS: Max Potion, TM 30 (Shadow Ball)


There are two more Plasma Grunts here and also a couple of useful items that
you can reach by crossing around the pitfalls.

   __________
 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Team Plasma Grunt        Lv. 35 Zuruggu      Dark/Fighting     |
|                         Lv. 35 Miruhoggu    Normal            |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Team Plasma Grunt        Lv. 36 Dasutodasu   Poison            |
|_______________________________________________________________|
 
When you're done, drop down the pitfall next to where you found the TM.


-----------------B3------------------

ITEMS: Max Revive, PP Up


There are some more Grunts to fight here.

   __________
 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Team Plasma Grunt        Lv. 36 Warubiru      Ground/Dark      |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Team Plasma Grunt        Lv. 34 Leperasudu    Normal           |
|                         Lv. 34 Yabukuron     Poison           |
|                         Lv. 34 Yabukuron     Poison           |
|_______________________________________________________________|

If you need a Sun Stone, drop down either of the two upper pitfalls then 
return to this floor. In order to progress, you need to drop down the pitfall
at the bottom of the room.


-----------------B4------------------

You simply need to walk left into the pitfall, but you also have to battle 
two more Grunts.

   __________
 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Team Plasma Grunt       Lv. 35 Miruhoggu     Normal            |
|                        Lv. 35 Zuruggu       Dark/Fighting     |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Team Plasma Grunt       Lv. 35 Yabukuron     Poison            |
|                        Lv. 35 Leperasudu    Dark              |
|_______________________________________________________________|


-----------------B5------------------

When you drop down, you'll see Adeku confronting Geechisu. Cheren will also
drop down and you'll talk for a bit about the Dark and Light Stones, Reshiram
or Zekrom, and how N is going to challenge Adeku for the title of Champion.
Geechisu leaves then the three of you also leave.

Outside, Prof. Araragi calls you on your Live Caster and tells you to go to
Shippou City so go Fly there.



============================== SHIPPOU CITY ==================================

After you arive, head to the museum and people will be waiting for you. Aloe
also comes out and will give you the Dark Stone (if you're playing White) or
the Light Stone (if you're playing Black). You need this stone to awaken the
Zekrom or Reshiram depending on which game you're playing. Aloe and Adeku
suggest you head to Souryuu City which is east of Sekka City.



================================[gg] ROUTE 8 =================================

   _________
 // POKEMON \\  Type                Levels    Rarity   Season   
 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
|Gamagaru       Water/Ground        30-33     40%      Spring, Summer, Fall |
|Maggyo         Ground/Electric     31-32     20%      Spring, Summer, Fall |
|Chobomaki      Bug                 30-33     40%      Spring, Summer, Fall |
|___________________________________________________________________________|
|// Surf \\                                                                 |
|Maggyo         Ground/Electric     15-35     100%     All                  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

   __________
 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Pokemon Ranger           Lv. 34 Kumashun     Ice               |
|                         Lv. 34 Gamagaru     Water/Ground      |
|                         Lv. 34 Marakacchi   Grass             |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Pokemon Ranger           Lv. 36 Chillachino  Normal            |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Parasol Lady             Lv. 34 Pururiru     Water/Ghost       |
|                         Lv. 34 Koaruhii     Water/Flying      |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Parasol Lady             Lv. 35 Mamambou     Water             |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Fisherman                Lv. 34 Basurao      Water             |
|                         Lv. 34 Basurao      Water             |
|_______________________________________________________________|


ITEMS: Poison Barb, Full Heal, TM 36 (Sludge Bomb), TM 42 (Facade), 
       Icy Rock/Damp Rock/Heat Rock, Pecha Berry, Sitrus Berry,



There isn't a lot to do on this route besides battling trainers and getting
some of the items on the ground. You should talk to all of the Parasol Ladies
that you see. Some of them will battle you, but some of them will give you
items. 

If you follow this route north you eventually be able to access the Sekka
Wetlands. You don't have to go there, but if you want more battle EXP and 
some free items, then go for it.
   


===========================[hh] SEKKA WETLANDS ===============================

   _________
 // POKEMON \\  Type                Levels    Rarity   Season   
 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
|Gamagaru       Water/Ground        30-33     40%      Spring, Summer, Fall |
|Maggyo         Ground/Electric     31-32     20%      Spring, Summer, Fall |
|Chobomaki      Bug                 30-33     40%      Spring, Summer, Fall |
|___________________________________________________________________________|
|// Surf \\                                                                 |
|Maggyo         Ground/Electric     15-35     100%     All                  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

   __________
 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Pokemon Ranger           Lv. 34 Emonga       Electric/Flying   |
|                         Lv. 34 Mamambou     Water             |
|                         Lv. 34 Marakacchi   Grass             |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Pokemon Ranger           Lv. 35 Baniricchi   Ice               |
|                         Lv. 35 Onondo       Dragon            |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Parasol Lady             Lv. 34 Pururiru     Water/Ghost       |
|                         Lv. 34 Pururiru     Water/Ghost       |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Fisherman                Lv. 34 Basurao      Water             |
|                         Lv. 34 Maggyo       Ground/Electric   |
|_______________________________________________________________|


ITEMS: Max Potion, Max Revive, Max Elixir, Ultra Ball, Carbos


This place doesn't have any new Pokemon that you couldn't find on Route 8,
so all there really is to do is battling the trainers and getting all the
items. You do need Strength to move a boulder so that you can access a part
of this area. 

When you're done with everything you need, head towards the gatehouse in
the southeast part of Route 9. But you won't be able to enter it before
Belle shows up and challenges you to another rival battle.


 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
|RIVAL BATTLE                                                               |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Rival Belle                                                               
Pokemon: 
-Lv. 38 Muurando
-Lv. 38 Musharna
-Lv. 38 Baokki (if player chose Tsutarja), Lv. 38 Hiyakki (if player chose
Pokabu), Lv. 38 Yanakki (if player chose Mijumaru)
-Lv. 40 Daikenki (if player chose Tsutarja), Lv. 40 Jaroda (if player chose 
Pokabu), Lv. 40 Enbuoo (if player choose Mijumaru), 
Prize: 4000P

She has a team of fully evolved Pokemon now including her starter. Despite
all this, she still shouldn't be too challenging if you've kept your team
around the same level, especially since you still have a type advantage 
against her stater.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------

She gives you a Full Restore after beating her. Continue on.



===========================[ii] CYLINDER BRIDGE ==============================

ITEMS: TM 43 (Nitro Charge)


Here we go, yet another bridge to go across. This bridge isn't as big as Sky
Arrow Bridge, but it's still pretty long. There are absolutely no trainers or
Pokemon here, but there is an item. Talk to the girl running around and 
she'll give you the TM for Nitro Charge.

Keep going and you'll meet Geechisu, who will have his guys teleport around
you. He's not here to battle or anything though. He'll eventually leave, 
which leaves you free to continue.
 

 
================================[jj] ROUTE 9 =================================
 
   _________
 // POKEMON \\  Type                 Levels    Rarity   Season   
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Chillarmy      Normal               32        20%      All     |
|Dasutodasu     Poison               31-33     20%      All     |
|Komatana       Dark/Steel           31-34     20%      All     |
|Leperasudu     Dark                 33        10%      All     |
|Gochimiru      Psychic    BLK only  31-34     30%      All     |
|Daburan        Psychic    WHT only  31-34     30%      All     |
|_______________________________________________________________|
|// Dark Grass \\                                               |
|Chillarmy      Normal               37        20%      All     |
|Dasutodasu     Poison               36-38     20%      All     |
|Komatana       Dark/Steel           36-39     20%      All     |
|Leperasudu     Dark                 38        10%      All     |
|Gochimiru      Psychic    BLK only  36-39     30%      All     |
|Daburan        Psychic    WHT only  36-39     30%      All     |
|                                                               |
|Tabunne        Normal               31-34     80%*     All     |
|Emonga         Electric/Flying      32        10%*     All     |
|Chirachiino    Normal               34         5%*     All     |
|Gochiruzeru    Psychic    BLK only  34         5%*     All     |
|Rankurusu      Psychic    WHT only  34         5%*     All     |
|_______________________________________________________________|
 *only found in shaking grass

   __________
 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Cueball                  Lv. 36 Warubiru     Dark/Ground       |
|                         Lv. 36 Dasutodasu   Poison            |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Biker                    Lv. 36 Warubiru     Dark/Ground       |
|                         Lv. 36 Zuruggu      Dark/Fighting     |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Biker                    Lv. 36 Komatana     Dark/Steel        |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Cueball                  Lv. 37 Zuruggu      Dark/Fighting     |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Double Team              Lv. 37 Zuruggu      Dark/Fighting     |
|                         Lv. 37 Zuruggu      Dark/Fighting     |
|_______________________________________________________________|


ITEMS: TM 56 (Fling), PP Up, HP Up, Full Restore, Max Elixir


A baseball player outside the gatehouse will throw you an item. It's TM 56
(Fling). There's some more trainers here, including a double battle along
the way.

In order to access the grass area, you need to follow the fence east until
it ends. Go west along the grass if you want to fight the higher leveled
Pokemon found in the blue grass. If you continue further west, you'll 
discover a cave below you, but it is blocked off for now.

That tall building that you see along the road is actually the dept. store
for this game. Let's go check it out!


-----------------DEPARTMENT STORE------------------ 

Unlike previous games, this dept. store doesn't have any escalators. Instead,
everything is quickly accesible simply by going up the stairs. There's quite
of lot of things that you can get here. You can even battle a few trainers
by talking to them. Here's their info:

   __________
 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Rich Boy                 Lv. 36 Leperadasu   Dark              |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Lady                     Lv. 36 Muurando     Normal            |
|---------------------------------------------------------------| 
|Waitress                 Lv. 34 Chillarmy    Normal            |
|                         Lv. 34 Doredia      Grass             |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Waiter                   Lv. 35 Chillarmy    Normal            |
|                         Lv. 35 Rampuraa     Ghost/Fire        |   
|_______________________________________________________________|

Also there is a worker guy who will give you a Thunderstone if you talk to 
him. When you're done shopping and battling, exit the building then go 
eastwards towards Souryuu City.



===========================[kk] SOURYUU CITY =================================


As soon as you enter this city, you'll meet Adeku who will take you behind a
crow of people. Looks like Team Plasma and Geechisu are in this city too.
After doing some talking, they'll leave like usual and the crowd will disperse.
All that's left is the little girl Iris, who you've met in Hiun City, and an
old man named Shaga. 

After Adeku leaves, Iris wants you to follow her to Shaga's house so go there.
They'll talk for a bit before you can go on. Both Iris and Shaga are Gym 
Leaders, but on different versions. You battle Iris in White and Shaga in
Black. The Gym is in the northwestern part of the city.

Before you go challenge the Gym, pick up some of the free items around the
city. Just upstairs in Shaga's house is a guy who will give you a Pumice 
Stone and a girl who will give you a Bull's Eye.
In the house right of the Gym is a girl who will give you a Destiny Knot.

Also in this city is a couple of battles in case you need some more EXP.
There are two Cool Trainers in one of the houses that will battle you.
Both of these will be Rotation Battles in Black and Triple Battles in White.
Of course, the Pokemon they use will be exactly the same:

   __________
 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Cool Trainer             Lv. 39 Yanakki      Grass             |
|                         Lv. 39 Baokki       Fire              |
|                         Lv. 39 Hiyakki      Water             |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Cool Trainer             Lv. 39 Kojofuu      Fighting          |
|                         Lv. 39 Riguree      Psychic           |
|                         Lv. 39 Komatana     Dark/Steel        |
|_______________________________________________________________|


Once you've gotten everything ready, enter the 8th and final Gym. You may
want to bring some Hyper Potions and Revives along since this Gym is the
toughest one in Isshu.  



===========================[ll] SOURYUU GYM ==================================

   __________
 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Cool Trainer             Lv. 41 Onondo       Dragon            |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Cool Trainer             Lv. 41 Monozu       Dragon/Dark       |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Cool Trainer             Lv. 40 Onondo       Dragon            |
|                         Lv. 40 Onondo       Dragon            |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Cool Trainer             Lv. 41 Onondo       Dragon            |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Cool Trainer             Lv. 39 Monozu       Dragon/Dark       |
|                         Lv. 39 Onondo       Dragon            |
|                         Lv. 39 Kurimugan    Dragon            |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Cool Trainer             Lv. 40 Monozu       Dragon/Dark       |
|                         Lv. 40 Kurimugan    Dragon            |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Veteran                  Lv. 42 Kurimugan    Dragon            |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Veteran                  Lv. 40 Onondo       Dragon            |
|                         Lv. 40 Onondo       Dragon            |
|_______________________________________________________________|


This gym is huge! And it has a very interesting puzzle than can be pretty
confusing for some people. Basically you have to walk around the entire gym
on the back of dragon-like structures and jump on buttons that make the 
dragon heads change directions in order for you to move on.

After you battle the first trainer, follow the path east, then north along the
winding tail of the dragon and take a right turn. Go north, west, then jump 
off the edge and hit the button to make the dragon head move.

Continue north and west off the dragon head, then go south and east and 
jump off another ledge onto the button below.

Follow the dragon head northwards, then go east, south, west, south, and 
take the western path, jumping off onto another button. 

Jump south over the block, then head south, west, north, and take a right
turn to jump off.

Follow the dragon head north and east, then go north and west down some
stairs. After that go south and west, then jump off.

Jump over the arrow block and go north along the path which should soon turn
east back to the staircase. Keep going south and jump off the ledge again.

Follow the dragon head west, then go north, take a right turn and jump off
another ledge.

Go south over the dragon head, turn east then up onto the previous dragon
tail. Take a right turn, keep going east then north over the arrow block.
Jumping over the ledge to your left will finally make the dragon head turn
towards the leader's platform. Head up there and get ready to battle! 

 
 ------------------ннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннн
|GYM LEADER BATTLE                                                          |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Leader Iris (White) OR Shaga (Black)
Pokemon:
-Lv. 41 Onondo - Dragon
         -----------------------------------
        | Dragon Dance     | Dragon Rage    |
        | Dragon Tail      | Assurance      |
         -----------------------------------
-Lv. 41 Kurimugan - Dragon
         -----------------------------------
        | Little By Little | Revenge        |
        | Dragon Tail      | Night Slash    |
         -----------------------------------
-Lv. 43 Ononokusu - Dragon
         ---------------------------------
        | Dragon Dance   | Slash          |
        | Dragon Tail    | Assurance      |
         ---------------------------------

Prize: 5160P, Legend Badge, TM 82 (Dragon Tail)


This is it, the final Gym Leader battle! And you're up against one of the 
strongest types in the game. First up is an Onondo, which you've fought
several times before in this Gym. Even as an unevolved Pokemon, it has higher
Attack than most fully evolved Pokemon as well as Dragon Dance to boost it
even higher. Fortunately, it's pretty frail so it can be taken down pretty
easily.

Next is Kurimugan. It is very slow for a Dragon type, but it has high 
defenses as well as high Attack. With its Rough Skin ability, it will 
damage you if you hit it with contact moves so try using special moves like
Ice Beam or physical non-contact moves like Icicle Drop.

Finally, there's Ononokusu. It has ridiculously high Attack. In fact, its
Attack is nearly tied with the legendary Rayquaza and it's even faster. 
Like Onondo, it also knows Dragon Dance which means it can destroy your
entire team if it gets two or more boosts in. Although Ice Pokemon have
an advantage, the only Ice type in Isshu that can outspeed Ononokusu is
Furiijo, who can take it out with Ice Beam. If you don't have one, try
Paralyzing it first with Thunder Wave or Stun Spore. This will make
the axe-faced dragon a lot easier to deal with.

------------------------------------------------------------------------- 

After all your hard work, you will finally get the Legend Badge which allows
all Pokemon to obey you no matter what the level. Take the teleporter to
go back to the entrance of the Gym.

When you exit the Gym, Prof. Araragi will meet you outside and give you the
Master Ball. Keep this one safe because it's the only one in the game that
you'll get (without trading of course). She'll bring you to the gatehouse to
Route 10, which leads to Victory Road and then to the Elite 4.




=============================[mm] ROUTE 10 ===================================

   _________
 // POKEMON \\  Type                     Levels    Rarity   Season   
 -----------------------------------------------------------------
|Baffuron       Normal                   34-35     20%      All   |
|Haderia        Normal                   33-34     30%      All   |
|Washibon       Normal/Flying  WHT only  34-36     30%      All   |
|Baruchai       Normal/Flying  BLK only  34-36     30%      All   |
|Tamagetake     Grass/Poison             34-35     10%      All   |
|Nageki         Fighting       WHT only  33-36     10%      All   |  
|Dageki         Fighting       BLK only  33-36     10%      All   |
|_________________________________________________________________|
|// Dark Grass \\                                                 |
|Baffuron       Normal                   39-40     20%      All   |
|Haderia        Normal                   38-39     30%      All   |
|Washibon       Normal/Flying  WHT only  39-41     30%      All   |
|Baruchai       Normal/Flying  BLK only  39-41     30%      All   |
|Morobareru     Grass/Poison             39-40     10%      All   |
|Nageki         Fighting       WHT only  38-41     10%      All   |  
|Dageki         Fighting       BLK only  38-41     10%      All   |
|                                                                 |
|Tabunne        Normal                   33-36     80%*     All   |
|Emonga         Electric/Flying          34        10%*     All   |
|Muurando       Normal                   36         5%*     All   |
|Nageki         Fighting       WHT only  36         5%*     All   |  
|Dageki         Fighting       BLK only  36         5%*     All   |
|_________________________________________________________________|
 *only found in shaking grass

   __________
 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Battle Girl              Lv. 39 Zuruzukin    Dark/Fighting     |
|                         Lv. 39 Kojofuu      Fighting          |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Cool Trainer             Lv. 39 Onondo       Dragon            |
|                         Lv. 39 Shibiriru    Electric          |
|                         Lv. 39 Agirudaa     Bug               |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Veteran                  Lv. 39 Marakacchi   Grass             |
|                         Lv. 39 Mamambou     Water             |
|                         Lv. 39 Furiijio     Ice               |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Blackbelt                Lv. 40 Dageki       Fighting          |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Hiker                    Lv. 38 Dotekkotsu   Fighting          |
|                         Lv. 38 Gantoru      Rock              |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Cool Trainer             Lv. 40 Mebukijika   Normal/Grass      |
|                         Lv. 40 Burungeru    Water/Ghost       |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Veteran                  Lv. 39 Tsubeaa      Ice               |
|                         Lv. 39 Gamageroge   Water/Ground      |
|                         Lv. 39 Shubarugo    Bug/Steel         |
|_______________________________________________________________|


ITEMS: Hyper Potion, Dusk Stone, Dawn Stone, TM 05 (Roar), Full Restore


Route 10 is the last route before the Elite 4. Fight all the trainers here
because you'll need the EXP. It helps if you attach a Lucky Egg to the
Pokemon you are training. 

Go up the stairs and across the bridge, but soon Cheren and Belle will
come up behind you. Cheren will want one last battle with you, so make it
count!


 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
|RIVAL BATTLE                                                               |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Rival Cheren                                                               
Pokemon:
-Lv. 43 Kenhorou
-Lv. 43 Leperasudu 
-Lv. 43 Yanakki (if player chose Tsutarja), Lv. 43 Baokki (if player  
choose Pokabu), Lv. 43 Hiyakki (if player chose Mijumaru)
-Lv. 45 Enbuoo (if player chose Tsutarja), Lv. 45 Daikenki (if player  
choose Pokabu), Lv. 45 Jaroda (if player chose Mijumaru)
Prize: 2600P

You've dealt with all of his Pokemon before except for his full evolved 
starter. At Level 45, each of them know some pretty powerful attacks. Jaroda
has Leaf Blade and Giga Drain, Enbuoo has Head Smash and Flamethrower, and
Daikenki knows Aqua Tail.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------

When you're victorious, Cheren will heal your team and then be off. Belle will
also leave, but not before giving you a Max Revive.

Keep going forth on this route, fighting every trainer you come across. 
There are also some good items on this route including evolution stones and
a TM. You'll eventually come to the end of the route and now you'll have to
pass through a series of gates. Each one checks to see if you of one of the
eight badges. After you pass the last gate, you'll finally be able to go
through Victory Road.



==========================[nn] VICTORY ROAD ==================================

   _________
 // POKEMON \\  Type                       Levels    Rarity   Season   
 -------------------------------------------------------------------
|// 1F, 3F \\                                                       |
|Aianto         Bug/Steel                  37-40     40%      All   |
|Monozu         Dragon/Dark                38-39     20%      All   |
|Gantoru        Rock                       39        20%      All   |
|Koromori       Psychic/Flying             39        10%      All   |
|Kojofuu        Fighting                   39        10%      All   |
|___________________________________________________________________|
|// 2F, 4F \\                                                       |
|Aianto         Bug/Steel                  37-40     40%      All   |
|Gantoru        Rock                       37-39     30%      All   |
|Koromori       Psychic/Flying             37-40     20%      All   |
|Kojofuu        Fighting                   39        10%      All   |
|___________________________________________________________________|
|// 5F, 6F, 7F \\                                                   |
|Aianto         Bug/Steel                  39-42     40%      All   |
|Gantoru        Rock                       39-41     30%      All   |
|Koromori       Psychic/Flying             39-42     20%      All   |
|Kojofuu        Fighting                   41        10%      All   |
|___________________________________________________________________|
|// Outside \\                                                      |
|Kuitaran       Fire                       37-40     45%      All   |
|Kojofuu        Fighting                   38        10%      All   |
|Onondo         Dragon                     40        10%      All   |
|Washibon       Normal/Flying    WHT only  38-39     35%      All   | 
|Baruchai       Normal/Flying    BLK only  38-39     35%      All   |
|___________________________________________________________________|
|// Surf \\                                                         |
|Basurao        Water                      20-45     100%     All   |
|                                                                   |
|Terakion       Rock/Fighting              42        Only 1   All   |
|                                                                   |
|Doryuuzu       Ground/Steel               37-40     100%*    All   |
|___________________________________________________________________|

   __________
 // TRAINERS \\           Pokemon             Type
 ---------------------------------------------------------------
|Cool Trainer             Lv. 45 Erufuun      Grass             |
|                         Lv. 45 Zeburaika    Electric          |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Cool Trainer             Lv. 45 Muurando     Normal            |
|                         Lv. 45 Pendoraa     Bug/Poison        |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Cool Trainer             Lv. 44 Yanakki      Grass             |
|                         Lv. 44 Hiyakki      Water             |
|                         Lv. 44 Baokki       Fire              |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Veteran                  Lv. 44 Oobemu       Psychic           |
|                         Lv. 44 Doredia      Grass             |
|                         Lv. 44 Kuitaran     Fire              |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Blackbelt                Lv. 43 Zuruzukin    Fighting/Dark     |
|                         Lv. 43 Kojofuu      Fighting          |
|                         Lv. 43 Roopushin    Fighting          |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Doctor                   Lv. 43 Gochimiru    Psychic           |
|                         Lv. 43 Hahakomori   Bug/Grass         |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Cool Trainer             Lv. 44 Gigear       Steel             |
|                         Lv. 44 Hihidaruma   Fire              |
|                         Lv. 44 Gamageroge   Water/Ground      |
|---------------------------------------------------------------|
|Veteran                  Lv. 45 Gigaiasu     Rock              |
|                         Lv. 45 Shibirudon   Electric          |
|_______________________________________________________________|


ITEMS: Max Revive, Rare Candy, Nugget, TM02 (Dragon Claw), TM 93
       (Wild Bolt)


Victory Road has always been the last training ground before the Elite 4, 
and it's no different in this generation. The trainers here have some high
leveled Pokemon which means its a good oppurtunity to get lots of EXP.

Inside this place, head north and up the stairs then take the door to the
south to go outside.

You'll watch a short scene with two trainers. One will slide down the hill
to a lower ledge and the other will be too scared to do it. This basically
tells you that you can also slide down these parts to enter the various
cave entrances that you see here. So slide down and head east until you come
to another entrance.

Head inside and take the stairs up, battling any trainers and collecting any
items you find along the way. Keep going up until there's no more stairs left
then head outside.

There's two cave entrances to your left. The first one to your left won't 
lead anywhere, but you should enter it anyways to fight the trainers there.
When you're done, go back down and enter the second entrance.

When you're inside, head up the stairs. You'll see a doctor so talk to him
for a battle and he'll heal your Pokemon when you win. Go around the side
of the room, use Strength to push the boulder down the hole, and go up the
stairs. Continue north and take the stairs.

On this level, there are two doors leading outside. The one on the left has
a Full Heal, but it's a dead end. Take the exit to the right.

There are two areas where you can slide down, but you should slide down the
second break in the fence, not the first. After you land on the ledge, go
through the door back inside.

Go north up the series of stairs then go up to the next level. If you've
released Kobaruon from the Fukiyose Cave, you can head down the stairs to the
west to catch Terakion. But if you don't want to or you're not ready yet, 
take the exit to the south.

To your left is the path that takes you to the Pokemon League. However, if
you want to get an extra few items, you can slide down the cliff near the
Pokemon Ranger you see.
 


==========================[oo] POKEMON LEAGUE ================================


When you enter the Pokemon League, the first thing you should do is go left
into the tower where you can heal your Pokemon and buy some items. Once you
are all prepared, go out and talk to the guy. 

Unlike previous generations, where you have to battle the Elite 4 in a 
specific order, you can challenge Isshu's Elite 4 in any order you want.
They each have 4 Pokemon from Lv. 48-50, so there is no member who is weakest 
or strongest. I'll be listing them from left to right.


 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
|ELITE 4 BATTLE                                                             |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Elite 4 Shikimi
Pokemon:
-Lv. 48 Desukan - Ghost
         -------------------------------
        | Shadow Ball    | Psychic      |
        | Grass Knot     | Will-o-wisp  |
         -------------------------------
-Lv. 48 Goruggu - Ghost/Ground
         -------------------------------
        | Shadow Punch   | Curse        |
        | Earthquake     | Brick Break  |
         -------------------------------
-Lv. 48 Burungeru - Ghost/Water
         -------------------------------
        | Shadow Ball    | Surf         |
        | Energy Ball    | Brine        | 
         -------------------------------
-Lv. 50 Shanderaa - Ghost/Fire
         -------------------------------
        | Shadow Ball    | Psychic      |
        | Fire Blast     | Payback      | 
         -------------------------------

Prize: 6000P

Shikimi specializes in Ghost types. Her first Pokemon is Desukan, who has
massive Defense and high Special Defense. However it is extremely slow and
doesn't hit very hard though you should still watch out for Will-o-wisp.

Goruggu is another slow Ghost, but focuses on Attack power and can hit
very hard with Earthquake although sometimes it will sacrifice itself to
use Curse.

Burungeru is another defensive Ghost type with high HP and Special Defense.
Its other stats are pretty average, so it isn't something you should really
worry about as long as you aren't weak to Water, Grass, or Ghost.

Shanderaa is her most threatening Pokemon due to its extremely high Special
Attack combined with powerful moves like Shadow Ball and Fire Blast. 
Beware of its Flame Body ability. Hitting it with contact moves may give
you a nasty Burn!

The best Pokemon to use against her are Dark types (like Warubiaru) or 
Normal types with Dark/Ghost attacks (like Muurando with Crunch or Baffuron
with Payback). Make sure whatever Pokemon you use is either fast or has
high enough defenses to survive the attacks that will be thrown at you.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------

 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
|ELITE 4 BATTLE                                                             |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Elite 4 Giima
Pokemon:
-Lv. 48 Zuruzukin - Fighting/Dark
         -------------------------------
        | Sand-Attack    | Crunch       |
        | Brick Break    | Poison Jab   | 
         -------------------------------
-Lv. 48 Leperasudu - Dark
         -------------------------------
        | Night Slash    | Aerial Ace   |
        | Fake Out       | Attract      | 
         -------------------------------
-Lv. 48 Warubiaru - Ground/Dark
         -------------------------------
        | Earthquake     | Trickery     |
        | Dragon Claw    | Crunch       | 
         -------------------------------
-Lv. 50 Kirikizan - Steel/Dark
         -------------------------------
        | Aerial Ace     | Night Slash  |
        | Metal Claw     | X-Scissor    | 
         -------------------------------

Prize: 6000P

Giima specializes in Dark types. His lead is Zuruzukin, who has very high
defenses and likes to annoy you with Sand-Attack before attacking you.

Leperasudu is a Pokemon you've fought many times before, so it's not 
anything new. However it can be quite annoying due to its Speed and attacks
like Fake Out and Attact.

Warubiaru is the fully evolved form of the many Meguroko and Warubiru you
have been fighting. It is pretty fast and has high Attack. Earthquake is its
favorite move, although it will use other moves if they are more effective.

Finally there's Kirikizan, who is very powerful but actually sort of slow.

Fighting types are the best Pokemon to beat this guy. Bug is also 
effective, but Kirikizan isn't weak to Bug moves. If you do use Fighting
Pokemon, watch out for his two Pokemon that know Aerial Ace.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------

 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
|ELITE 4 BATTLE                                                             |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Elite 4 Caitlin
Pokemon:
-Lv. 48 Rankurusu - Psychic
         -------------------------------
        | Focus Blast    | Psychic      |
        | Energy Ball    | Thunder      | 
         -------------------------------
-Lv. 48 Shinpora - Psychic/Flying
         -------------------------------
        | Shadow Ball    | Psychic      |
        | Ice Beam       | Air Slash    | 
         -------------------------------
-Lv. 48 Musharna - Psychic
         -------------------------------
        | Shadow Ball    | Psychic      |
        | Charge Beam    | Reflect      | 
         -------------------------------
-Lv. 50 Gochiruzeru - Psychic
         -------------------------------
        | Thunderbolt    | Psychic      |
        | Grass Knot     | Calm Mind    | 
         -------------------------------

Prize: 6000P

Players of Heart Gold, Soul Silver, or Platinum may recognize this girl. She
is the same person found in the Battle Castle of the Battle Frontier in those
games. It turns out she is an Elite 4 member now.

She starts with Rankurusu, who has very high Special Attack and very strong
special moves that cover a wide range of opponents. Take it down before it 
does too much damage to your team.

Shinpora is her fastest Pokemon and also has some strong special moves. 
It's her only Pokemon that is a dual-type, so targeting it with Ice, Rock,
and Electric moves is a good idea.

Musharna is a Pokemon that Belle also uses. This one likes to shield itself
with Reflect and can boosts its Special Attack with Charge Beam.

Gochiruzeru is her highest leveled Pokemon, but it isn't quite as powerful
as her other Psychics...that is until it starts boosting its stats with
Calm Mind. Don't let it set up on you!

The same Pokemon that you used to beat Shikimi can also be used to beat
Caitlin. Just watch out for Rankurusu's Focus Blast if you use a Dark type.
Bug types will also work well as long as you avoid Air Slash.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------

 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
|ELITE 4 BATTLE                                                             |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Elite 4 Renbu
Pokemon:
-Lv. 48 Nageki - Fighting
         ---------------------------------
        | Payback        | Level Ground   |
        | Stone Edge     | Mountain Storm | 
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 48 Dageki - Fighting
         ---------------------------------
        | Brick Break    | Get Even       |
        | Stone Edge     | Grass Knot     | 
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 48 Roopushin - Fighting
         ---------------------------------
        | Hammer Arm     | Stone Edge     |
        | Get Even       | Grass Knot     | 
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 50 Kojondo - Fighting
         ---------------------------------
        | Jump Kick      | U-Turn         |
        | Grass Knot     | Rock Slide     |  
         ---------------------------------

Prize: 6000P

Renbu focuses on Fighting types and starts with Nageki. It is one of the most
defensive Fighting types in the game and can even survive most super effective
attacks. Although it's slow, it can use Level Ground to make you even slower.

Nageki's blue counterpart is Dageki, who is less defensive, but much more
powerful and faster. It has Sturdy which means no matter how powerful your
move is, it will always survive it and be able to hit back.

Roopushin is pretty scary. It has the highest Attack out of any Fighting type
in the game and has a lot of powerful moves to back it up. Its HP and Defense
stats are also pretty hefty.

Kojondo is his fastest Fighting type, but also his frailest so most 
powerful attacks  

All his Pokemon are pure Fighting and therefore only weak to Flying and 
Psychic. Flying Pokemon need to watch out for Rock attacks, which all of his
Pokemon have. Psychics need to be careful of Dark and Bug moves.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------


When you've beaten all four of them, head to the big statue in the middle
of the floor and press it. You'll be taken down to a lower level. Head up
the side of the mountain and you'll eventually encounter Adeku confronting N.

Suddenly the ground starts shaking, lightning crackles, and a HUGE (and even
huge isn't a big enough word) castle starts emerging from the ground. Well,
it turns out this is all N's castle.

Stairs will shoot out from all sides. Cheren then comes along. You've almost
beaten the game, but this one challenge will be the hardest. Get ready for
the epic ending!



=============================[pp] N's CASTLE =================================

ITEMS: Max Potion, Rare Candy, Max Revive, Ultra Ball, Full Restore


As soon as you enter, 6 sages will confront you. But you don't need to battle
them. Soon all the Isshu Gym leaders will appear (minus the three from the
1st gym). They will take care of them so you can continue on. Go left then
around to the east and go up the stairs.


-----------------2F------------------
 
Before you can get too far, one of the mysterious teleporting guys appears
and tells you that you can heal and use the PC here to make final
preparations.

The room in the middle has a pink-haired girl who will instantly heal your
Pokemon. Go back outside and to the third room to grab a free Max Potion.
Then continue to the next floor.


-----------------3F------------------

The first room here is a lab of some sort. There is a PC here which you
should definitely use. 

Anyways, complete all your PC business here and continue west. The next room
has a Max Revive. The third room has a Plasma Grunt who will give you an
Ultra Ball. Go up to the next floor.


-----------------4F------------------

Another teleporting guy appears and shows you the room up head. If you enter
it, you'll find what looks like a child's playroom. This is actually N's 
room. It's sort of cute and creepy at the same time. Grab the Rare Candy in
the middle of the room and get out of here.

The next room has a Full Restore. There's nothing in the third room so
continue up.


-----------------5F------------------

When you try to enter, Geechisu will appear in front of you. When he's done
talking, you can continue inside.

It appears you've reached the fancy throne room. N is sitting there and 
suddenly his legendary will bust through the wall! It will be a fancy 3D
cutscene of Zekrom (in Black) or Reshiram (in White). 

Then suddenly your Dark or Light Stone will begin floating and shining. It
will be the entrance of the other legendary. 

After that scene, Zekrom or Reshiram will be standing in front of you. In
order to proceed, you must battle it. Be sure to save your game before you
talk to it!


 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
|LEGEND BATTLE                                                              |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

/Black Only\
Lv. 50 Reshiram - Dragon/Fire
         ---------------------------------
        | Cross Flame    | Extrasensory   |
        | Slash          | Dragonbreath   | 
         ---------------------------------

/White Only\
Lv. 50 Zekrom - Dragon/Electric
         ---------------------------------
        | Cross Thunder  | Zen Headbutt   |
        | Slash          | Dragonbreath   | 
         ---------------------------------

You will be faced with a powerful foe and the only way to progess is to
catch it! If you run or defeat it, you'll have to battle it again! So use
attacks that won't be able to do TOO much damage to them. Night Shade and
Seismic Toss are very good choices since they can never critical hit and only
do a set amount of damage. Putting them to sleep is also great since it 
greatly increases the chance of a successful catch.

Just make sure you don't have too many Pokemon weak to Electric or Fire
because they really like to use their powerful signature moves.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------


Once you catch it, N will heal your Pokemon. Then he will give you one
final battle! If you have 6 Pokemon in your team, the game will ask if you
want to replace one with Reshiram or Zekrom. If you have less than 6, they
will be automatically moved to your first slot.


 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
|N BATTLE                                                                   |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

N
Pokemon:

-Lv. 52 Zekrom (Black only) - Dragon/Electric
         ---------------------------------
        | Giga Impact    | Cross Thunder  |
        | Zen Headbutt   | Light Screen   | 
         ---------------------------------
OR

-Lv. 52 Reshiram (White only) - Dragon/Fire
         ---------------------------------
        | Hyper Beam     | Cross Fire     |
        | Extrasensory   | Reflect        | 
         ---------------------------------

-Lv. 50 Abagoora - Water/Rock
         ---------------------------------
        | Waterfall      | Stone Edge     |
        | Crunch         | Aqua Jet       | 
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 50 Aakeosu - Rock/Flying
         ---------------------------------
        | Crunch         | Stone Edge     |
        | Acrobat        | Dragon Claw    | 
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 50 Baibanira - Ice
         ---------------------------------
        | Blizzard       | Hail           |
        | Ice Breath     | Flash Cannon   |  
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 50 Gigigear - Steel
         ---------------------------------
        | Flash Cannon   | Thunderbolt    |
        | Hyper Beam     | Metal Sound    |  
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 50 Zoroark - Dark
         ---------------------------------
        | Night Slash    | Flamethrower   |
        | Get Even       | Focus Blast    |  
         ---------------------------------

Prize: 10000P


N will lead with his title legendary and you'll lead with your own legend if
you made room for it in your party. Neither of the legends N uses will 
know a Dragon move, while your legend automatically comes with Dragonbreath.
Since both Zekrom and Reshiram are weak to Dragon, you'll have the advantage
in this match up. Don't worry about the other moves they have. Zen Headbutt
and Extrasensory are kind of weak, Cross Thunder/Cross Fire are not very
effective, and Hyper Beam/Giga Impact aren't likely to take you down (plus
it gives you a free turn afterwards). Light Screen would make Zekrom harder
to take down with Dragonbreath, but it will be defeated as long as you keep
attacking.

Now, what happens if you didn't put Reshiram or Zekrom in your team?
Then the match becomes a lot tougher. However, even some non-legend Pokemon
can do well against them. All of Zekrom's attacks are resisted by Doryuuzu,
who can take it down with Earthquake. Reshiram can be handled by Gigaiasu,
who has the Sturdy ability as well as a powerful Stone Edge.

Once the legend goes down, his other Pokemon take the stage.

He has both of the Fossil Pokemon. Abagoora is slow, but has very high 
Defense. Aakeosu is fast and very powerful, but becomes near useless if it
falls below 50% health due to its negative ability. Both of these Pokemon
are weak to Electric moves.

Baibanira looks silly, but is actually pretty strong especially if it starts
up a Hail and uses Blizzard afterwards. Still, you've dealt with Ice types
before so a good supereffective attack can take it down, especially Fire and
Fighting.

Fire and Fighting are also supereffective against Gigigear. This thing is
faster than it looks and has hefty Defense as well. 

Finally, there's Zoroark, who has the unique Illusion ability that can make
it appear to be another Pokemon in N's party. It can give you quite a 
surprise, but Zoroark is still weak to Fighting so you should just use those
moves when in doubt.

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After N is defeated, Geechisu shows up. He is the real final battle of
this game so get ready!


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|GEECHISU BATTLE                                                            |
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Geechisu
Pokemon:

-Lv. 52 Desukan - Ghost
         ---------------------------------
        | Psychic        | Shadow Ball    |
        | Toxic          | Protect        | 
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 52 Kirikizan - Steel/Dark
         ---------------------------------
        | Night Slash    | Stone Edge     |
        | X-Scissor      | Metal Burst    | 
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 52 Baffuron - Normal
         ---------------------------------
        | Afro Break     | Earthquake     |
        | Wild Bolt      | Poison Jab     | 
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 52 Shibirudon - Electric
         ---------------------------------
        | Wild Bolt      | Acrobat        |
        | Flamethrower   | Crunch         |  
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 52 Gamegeroge - Water/Ground
         ---------------------------------
        | Earthquake     | Muddy Water    |
        | Slime Wave     | Rain Dance     |  
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 54 Sazandora - Dragon/Dark
         ---------------------------------
        | Dragon Pulse   | Fire Blast     |
        | Surf           | Focus Blast    |  
         ---------------------------------

Prize: 9720P


He starts with Desukan just like Shikimi. But his ghost is much more 
annoying with the Toxic + Protect combo. However any Steel type can easily
beat this strategy and take it down, especially something like Kirikizan.

Speaking of which, he has one too! It's similar to the one that Renbu has,
so just take it down with a Fighting or Ground attack.

Baffuron is pretty strong and has good defenses as well. Its signature move,
Afro Break, does a lot of damage but has recoil. Fighting attacks also work
against it.

Shibirudon is something you need to watch out for. It's an Electric type, but
it has Levitate so it essentially has no weaknesses at all! It has high 
Attack and some pretty strong physical moves so make sure whatever you use
has good Defense. Zekrom, Reshiram, or any Dragon type can easily take care
of it.

Gamegeroge has only weakness to Grass attacks. It's not quite as powerful
as Geechisu's other Pokemon.

And finally we have Sazandora. It is an extremely strong Dragon and though
it's not legendary, it can still hit very hard with all of its moves. It's
even faster than Reshiram/Zekrom so it will give them trouble with Dragon
Pulse. Ice types need to watch out for Fire Blast and Focus Blast while
Fire Blast also handles Bug types. It doesn't have a supereffective move
against Fighting types, but if you use one make sure it is faster and can
take it out with one hit or has high enough Special Defense to survive at
least one of its attacks.

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When you've defeated his last Pokemon, you'll finally be victorious!
Congratulations, you've beaten the game!


But after the credits roll, there's still plenty of things you can do so
stay tuned for a list of sidequests, legendary Pokemon, and new areas that
you can go to.




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====================== [6] END GAME BATTLES ================================== 
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There are several strong trainers in the game that you can battle after you
beat the game. They all have a full team of high leveled Pokemon over Lv. 60
and can be battled every so often so they are a good source of EXP.



============================== [6a] Belle ==================================

Belle is one of the first people you can battle that has a full team of 
strong Pokemon. You can find her in Prof. Araragi's lab on Saturday evenings 
if you want to battle her

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|RIVAL BATTLE                                                               |
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Belle
Pokemon:

-Lv. 63 Muurando - Normal
         ---------------------------------
        | Return         | Ice Fang       |
        | Surf           | Wild Bolt      |  
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 63 Musharna - Psychic
         ---------------------------------
        | Return         | Yawn           |
        | Dream Eater    | Psychic        | 
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 63 Kojondo - Fighting
         ---------------------------------
        | Return         | Drain Punch    |
        | U-Turn         | Fake Out       | 
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 63 Shanderaa - Ghost/Fire
         ---------------------------------
        | Return         | Psychic        |
        | Shadow Ball    | Overheat       |  
         ---------------------------------

If you chose Tsutarja
---------------------------------------------

-Lv. 63 Baokki - Fire
         ---------------------------------
        | Return         | Flamethrower   |
        | Rock Slide     | Brick Break    |  
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 65 Daikenki - Water
         ----------------------------------
        | Return         | Aqua Tail       |
        | X-Scissor      | Aerial Ace      | 
         ----------------------------------

If you chose Pokabu
---------------------------------------------

-Lv. 63 Hiyakki - Water
         ---------------------------------
        | Return         | Surf           |
        | Rock Slide     | Brick Break    |  
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 65 Jaroda - Grass
         ----------------------------------
        | Return         | Leaf Storm      |
        | Dragon Tail    | Coil            | 
         ----------------------------------

If you chose Mijumaru
---------------------------------------------

-Lv. 63 Yanakki - Grass
         ---------------------------------
        | Return         | Energy Ball    |
        | Rock Slide     | Brick Break    |  
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 65 Enbuoo - Fire/Fighting
         ----------------------------------
        | Return         | Flare Blitz     |
        | Brick Break    | Wild Bolt       | 
         ----------------------------------


Notice a pattern? All of her Pokemon know Return. But the only one that can
use this move effectively is Muurando. All her other Pokemon have better
moves to use.

She now has a Kojondo and though it's not as strong as Renbu's, it can still
do plenty of damage with its naturally high Attack stat. Still Ghosts types
are completely immune to most of its moves.

She also has a powerful special attacker in Shanderaa, similar to the one
Shikimi likes to use. Hit it with a strong Water, Ground, Rock, Dark, or
Ghost attack to defeat it.

She will use one of the three monkeys as usual. They all have Return, 
Crunch, Brick Break, and one move that matches their type. Overall they're
not too hard to beat so focus on whatever types they're weak against.

Out of the three starters she could use, Jaroda is the easiest to handle. All
the other starters have moves that cover their weaknesses, but Jaroda doesn't
get anything that's supereffective against types like Fire, Ice, and Bug.
The other two starters can be beaten by your own starter or a Pokemon that
knows supereffective moves.

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============================ [6b] Cheren ==================================

Your other rival Cheren will be training on Route 5 after he meets you at
your house. Meet him there and he will move on to the top floor inside
Victory Road. He is slightly more powerful than Belle.


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|RIVAL BATTLE                                                               |
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Cheren
Pokemon:

-Lv. 65 Leparasudu - Dark
         ---------------------------------
        | Fake Out       | Night Slash    |
        | Shadow Claw    | Aerial Ace     |  
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 65 Kenhorou - Normal/Flying
         ---------------------------------
        | Air Slash      | Quick Attack   |
        | Facade         | U-Turn         | 
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 65 Ononokusu - Dragon
         ---------------------------------
        | Outrage        | Rock Slide     |
        | X-Scissor      | Surf           | 
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 65 Gigaiasu - Rock
         ---------------------------------
        | Stone Edge     | Stealth Rock   |
        | Earthquake     | Giga Impact    |  
         ---------------------------------

If you chose Pokabu
---------------------------------------------

-Lv. 65 Baokki - Fire
         ---------------------------------
        | Payback        | Flamethrower   |
        | Rock Slide     | Brick Break    |  
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 67 Daikenki - Water
         ----------------------------------
        | Hydro Pump     | Aqua Jet        |
        | X-Scissor      | Blizzard        | 
         ----------------------------------

If you chose Mijumaru
---------------------------------------------

-Lv. 65 Hiyakki - Water
         ---------------------------------
        | Payback        | Surf           |
        | Rock Slide     | Brick Break    |  
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 67 Jaroda - Grass
         ----------------------------------
        | Leaf Blade     | Leaf Storm      |
        | Dragon Tail    | Coil            | 
         ----------------------------------

If you chose Tsutarja
---------------------------------------------

-Lv. 65 Yanakki - Grass
         ---------------------------------
        | Payback        | Energy Ball    |
        | Rock Slide     | Brick Break    |  
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 67 Enbuoo - Fire/Fighting
         ----------------------------------
        | Head Smash     | Flare Blitz     |
        | Brick Break    | Wild Bolt       | 
         ----------------------------------


As usual Cheren will have a Leperasudu and Kenhorou on his team. Both of
these Pokemon have a couple new moves up their sleeves, but they aren't that
powerful. A single Steel type can handle both of them with no sweat.

Watch out for his Ononokusu. It has the powerful Outrage, which will deal
huge amounts of damage to anything that doesn't resist it. Once again, a
Steel type is the only thing that resists its most powerful move. Make sure
it isn't weak to Water attacks though.

Gigaiasu is another new face on his team. With its Sturdy ability, it will
always survive any attack which gives it a free turn to do whatever it wants.
It can hit you hard with one of its physical moves or set up Stealth Rock to
annoy you for the rest of the battle. Steel is also effective against it as
long as you can avoid its Earthquake, but its probably a better idea to hit
it with a special-based Water or Grass attack.

His monkey is similar to the one Belle uses, but instead of Return they
all know Payback.

His starter knows slightly different moves than Belle. Daikenki is more
specially based with Hydro Pump and Blizzard, Jaroda has Leaf Blade to take
advantage of Coil, and Enbuoo has Head Smash.

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====================== [6c] ELITE 4 REMATCH ================================== 


After you get the National Dex, you can challenge the Elite 4 for a rematch.
They will all have much stronger Pokemon including a few non-Isshu Pokemon 
from past generations. Your team should preferably be at least Level 70 to
stand a chance.


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|ELITE 4 BATTLE                                                             |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Elite 4 Shikimi
Pokemon:

-Lv. 71 Desukan - Ghost
         -------------------------------
        | Shadow Ball    | Psychic      |
        | Energy Ball    | Will-o-wisp  |
         -------------------------------
-Lv. 71 Goruggu - Ghost/Ground
         -------------------------------
        | Shadow Punch   | Curse        |
        | Earthquake     | Hammer Arm   |
         -------------------------------
-Lv. 71 Burungeru - Ghost/Water
         -------------------------------
        | Shadow Ball    | Hydro Pump   |
        | Energy Ball    | Slime Wave   | 
         -------------------------------
-Lv. 71 Froslass - Ghost/Ice
         -------------------------------
        | Shadow Ball    | Psychic      |
        | Blizzard       | Ice Shard    | 
         -------------------------------
-Lv. 71 Drifblim - Ghost/Flying
         -------------------------------
        | Shadow Ball    | Psychic      |
        | Acrobat        | Thunder      | 
         -------------------------------
-Lv. 73 Shanderaa - Ghost/Fire
         -------------------------------
        | Shadow Ball    | Psychic      |
        | Fire Blast     | Payback      | 
         -------------------------------


Desukan's Grass Knot got replaced by Energy Ball, which deals more consistent 
damage. It's good news for heavy Pokemon since Energy Ball won't deal as much 
damage as Grass Knot.

Goruugu's Brick Break got replaced by the more powerful Hammer Arm, but it 
will still prefer to use Earthquake as its main move against opponents that
don't resist Ground. However, Hammer Arm will do a ton of damage to most 
Dark types so be careful!

Burungeru got two new moves. Hydro Pump replaces Surf and is much stronger,
but also less accurate. Slime Wave is a powerful Poison attack that has a
small chance of inflicting Poison. Both are attacks to watch out for.

Froslass is one of her new Pokemon and is also her fastest Pokemon. However it 
has mediocre attacking stats and its defenses are quite low, so you shouldn't 
have too much trouble taking it down.

Drifblim is her other new Pokemon and has tons of HP, but very low defenses.
Besides the standard Shadow Ball and Psychic, it has the powerful Thunder as
well as Acrobat, which is twice as strong since it isn't carrying an item.

Shanderaa remains her strongest Pokemon, but its attacks are exactly the same 
as before so it has no new suprises this time.

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|ELITE 4 BATTLE                                                             |
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Elite 4 Giima
Pokemon:

-Lv. 71 Sharpedo - Water/Dark
         -------------------------------
        | Aqua Jet       | Night Slash  |
        | Waterfall      | Earthquake   | 
         -------------------------------
-Lv. 71 Zuruzukin - Fighting/Dark
         -------------------------------
        | Head Smash     | Crunch       |
        | Brick Break    | Poison Jab   | 
         -------------------------------
-Lv. 71 Leperasudu - Dark
         -------------------------------
        | Sucker Punch   | Aerial Ace   |
        | Fake Out       | Attract      | 
         -------------------------------
-Lv. 71 Drapion - Poison/Dark
         -------------------------------
        | Thunder Fang   | Crunch       |
        | Poison Fang    | Fire Fang    | 
         -------------------------------
-Lv. 71 Warubiaru - Ground/Dark
         -------------------------------
        | Earthquake     | Trickery     |
        | Outrage        | Crunch       | 
         -------------------------------
-Lv. 73 Kirikizan - Steel/Dark
         -------------------------------
        | Aerial Ace     | Night Slash  |
        | Guillotine     | X-Scissor    | 
         -------------------------------

Giima's new lead is Sharpedo. It's very frail, but it hits very hard and
using physical contact moves against it will hurt you due to its Rough Skin
ability. 

Zuruzukin has a new move against Flying types - Head Smash. It's an
extremely strong attack, but it will also do a lot of damage back to it as
recoil. 

Leperasudu's Sucker Punch replaces its previous Night Slash. Sucker Punch is
slightly more powerful, but it only works if you attack it with an offensive
attack. It should be easy to deal with like last time.

Drapion has an interesting type Poison/Dark type combo, which means Fighting
and Bug attacks won't be supereffective against it. In fact its only weakness
is Ground and Ground types also happen to be resistant to two of its attacks.

Warubiaru's only new move is Outrage instead of Dragon Claw, which doesn't
really matter in the long run since its Earthquake is still stronger.

Watch out for Kirikizan. Its new move is Guillotine, which is a one hit KO
move. Fortunately it is very inaccurate, but if it hits it will take you down
in one turn. Its other moves are unchanged.

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|ELITE 4 BATTLE                                                             |
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Elite 4 Caitlin
Pokemon:

-Lv. 71 Rankurusu - Psychic
         -------------------------------
        | Focus Blast    | Psychic      |
        | Energy Ball    | Thunder      | 
         -------------------------------
-Lv. 71 Shinpora - Psychic/Flying
         -------------------------------
        | Flash Cannon   | Psychic      |
        | Ice Beam       | Air Slash    | 
         -------------------------------
-Lv. 71 Musharna - Psychic
         -------------------------------
        | Dream Eater    | Psychic      |
        | Hypnosis       | Reflect      | 
         -------------------------------
-Lv. 71 Gochiruzeru - Psychic
         -------------------------------
        | Thunderbolt    | Psychic      |
        | Payback        | Flatter      | 
         -------------------------------
-Lv. 71 Bronzong - Steel/Psychic
         -------------------------------
        | Payback        | Flash Cannon |
        | Charge Beam    | Psychic      | 
         -------------------------------
-Lv. 73 Metagross - Steel/Psychic
         -------------------------------
        | Zen Headbutt   | Bullet Punch |
        | Earthquake     | Giga Impact  | 
         -------------------------------


She now leads with Musharna, who has gained the ability to put you to sleep
with Hypnosis and will follow up with Dream Eater to drain your health. 
Hope you have some sleep curing items on standby.

Rankurusu is still the same as before, with high Special Attack and packing
some really powerful special moves.

Shinpora's only new move is Flash Cannon and Gochiruzeru has Payback and
Flatter. None of these moves are too threatening compared to the other
attacks they have.

Caitlin's two newest Pokemon are both Steel Psychic, which means they aren't
weak to Psychic's normal weaknesses - Ghost, Dark, and Bug. Bronzong can be
quite annoying to face since it has very high Defense and Special Defense as
well as a ton of resistances.

Metagross is her new strongest Pokemon and it's extremely powerful. With
massive Attack, it will do a ton of damage with its physical moves and since
it has high defense, it can survive even supereffective physical attacks. 
Your best bet is to hit it with strong special Fire moves like Flamethrower
or Fire Blast

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|ELITE 4 BATTLE                                                             |
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Elite 4 Renbu
Pokemon:

-Lv. 71 Breloom - Grass/Fighting
         ---------------------------------
        | Spore          | Mach Punch     |
        | Grass Knot     | Sky Uppercut   |  
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 71 Nageki - Fighting
         ---------------------------------
        | Superpower     | Get Even       |
        | Earthquake     | Grass Knot     | 
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 71 Dageki - Fighting
         ---------------------------------
        | Close Combat   | Get Even       |
        | Stone Edge     | Poison Jab     | 
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 71 Toxicroak - Poison/Fighting
         ---------------------------------
        | Venom Shock    | Toxic          |
        | Ankle Sweep    | Earthquake     |  
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 71 Kojondo - Fighting
         ---------------------------------
        | Hi Jump Kick   | U-Turn         |
        | Fake Out       | Acrobat        |  
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 73 Roopushin - Fighting
         ---------------------------------
        | Hammer Arm     | Stone Edge     |
        | Earthquake     | Payback        | 
         ---------------------------------

Out of all the Elite 4, Renbu's Pokemon have received the most updated
moves. He starts off with Breloom who can be very annoying with it's 100%
accurate Spore attack. Don't let it put you to sleep or else it will hit you
very hard with its Fighting moves.

Nageki and Dageki both received very powerful moves, especially Fighting
attacks - Superpower and Close Combat. Both of these moves will decrease their 
stats after use though, so take advantage of this.

Toxicroak is another new Pokemon, but its Attack power is quite as high as
most of his other team members. It has some Poison attacks, but they aren't
really notable.

Kojondo now has Hi Jump Kick, the second most powerful Fighting attack after
Focus Punch. This combined with its high Speed and Attack can mean trouble if
you don't have a good Fighting resist. It can also be quite annoying by
using Fake Out and U-Turn.

Roopushin is now Renbu's strongest Pokemon and definitely one of the better
Fighting types in the game. A Hammer Arm coming from its extremely high
Attack stat will do huge amounts of damage to anything that doesn't resist
it. Its other three moves cover any opponents that resist Fighting. To take
it down, you'll have to rely on powerful special attacks since it can't
handle those as well as physical attacks.


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|CHAMPION BATTLE                                                            |
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Champion Adeku
Pokemon:

-Lv. 75 Agirudaa - Bug
         ---------------------------------
        | Bug Buzz       | Focus Blast    |
        | Me First       | Energy Ball    |  
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 75 Baffuron - Normal
         ---------------------------------
        | Afro Break     | Megahorn       |
        | Earthquake     | Stone Edge     | 
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 75 Kurimugan - Dragon
         ---------------------------------
        | Outrage        | Superpower     |
        | Night Slash    | Payback        | 
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 75 Baibanira - Ice
         ---------------------------------
        | Blizzard       | Light Screen   |
        | Flash Cannon   | Acid Armor     |  
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 75 Shubarugo - Bug/Steel
         ---------------------------------
        | X-Scissor      | Aerial Ace     |
        | Iron Head      | Giga Impact    |  
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 77 Urugamosu - Bug/Fire
         ----------------------------------
        | Overheat       | Butterfly Dance |
        | Bug Buzz       | Hyper Beam      | 
         ----------------------------------


Adeku reclaims his place as the champion of Isshu and has some of the
strongest Pokemon in the game. He only uses 5th gen Pokemon and has a few
Pokemon that you may not have faced before in the game.

Agirudaa is his lead and it is one of the fastest Pokemon in the game. It
will pretty much always be able to attack first with its powerful Special
attacks. However, it's extremely frail and any physical hit will most likely
take it out.

Baffuron comes with a set of powerful physical moves that all have 100 power
or more. A fast an powerful Fighting type can beat it before it can attack,
or you can use a Steel type that isn't weak to Earthquake like Skarmory or
Magnezone with Magnet Rise.

Kurimugan is strong with some powerful moves, but compared to other dragons
you've fought like Ononokusu and Sazandora, it's not really much of a
threat.

Baibanira is a Pokemon you battled before when it was in N's team.
This one is similar, but it will try to raises its defenses with Acid Armor
and Light Screen.

Shubarugo is his most powerful physical attacker, but it's also his slowest
Pokemon. It only has one weakness which is Fire, so those are the attacks
you should use against it.

Urugamosu is his strongest Pokemon for a number of good reasons. It has high
Speed, high Special Defense, and really high Special Attack. To make matters
worse, it can use Butterfly Dance to increase all three of these stats! The
one weakness this moth has is Rock types. None of its moves are effective
against Rock and it also has a 4x Rock weakness which means any Rock-type can
put a stop to it.

All in all, Fire types are really effective against this guy, followed by
Rock and Steel types.

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============================== [6d] CYNTHIA ==================================

Cynthia, Champion of the Sinnoh Region, sure gets around. She apparently has
a house in Isshu as well. You can find her in Sazanami Town.

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|CYNTHIA  BATTLE                                                            |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Cynthia
Pokemon:

-Lv. 75 Spiritomb - Ghost/Dark
         ---------------------------------
        | Sucker Punch   | Shadow Ball    |
        | Will-o-wisp    | Double Team    |  
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 75 Shibirudon - Electric
         ---------------------------------
        | Crunch         | Wild Bolt      |
        | Dragon Claw    | Flamethrower   | 
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 75 Milotic - Water
         ---------------------------------
        | Hydro Pump     | Blizzard       |
        | Dragon Tail    | Level Ground   | 
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 75 Wargle - Normal/Flying
         ---------------------------------
        | Brave Bird     | Crush Claw     |
        | Shadow Claw    | Get Even       |  
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 75 Lucario - Fighting/Steel
         ---------------------------------
        | Close Combat   | Aura Sphere    |
        | Extremespeed   | Dragon Pulse   |  
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 77 Garchomp - Dragon/Ground
         ----------------------------------
        | Earthquake     | Dragon Rush     |
        | Crunch         | Stone Edge      | 
         ----------------------------------


Spiritomb is one of Cynthia's trusty Pokemon and it's famous for having
absolutely no weaknesses at all. Furthermore it has high defenses on both
ends so taking it down isn't going to be easy especially when it uses a
couple of Double Teams. Steel types can shut it down pretty easily as long
as you be careful not to get Burned.

Speaking of no weaknesses, she also has a Shibirudon with Levitate. The good
news is that its defenses are pretty low compared to Spiritomb. However it
has much higher Attack so take it down before it can cause too much damage
to your team.

Milotic is another Pokemon she likes to use. It's a pretty bulky Pokemon so
don't expect it to go down too easily. However its most powerful moves are
rather inaccurate and its physical moves won't do much damage.

Wargle is quite powerful and can do a ton of damage with its Brave Bird. Its
Speed is pretty mediocre though, so a lot of faster Pokemon can handle it,

Lucario packs both special and physical attacks so it will be hard to defend
against. But most of its moves will do nothing to Ghost types. A bulky one 
like Dusknoir or Burungeru can deal with it pretty well. 

Her strongest Pokemon is Garchomp and it's definitely quite a threat with its 
huge Attack and high Speed. Any Ice type that faces it will get hit hard by
it's Stone Edge. And Garchomp also happens to be faster than most of the other
Dragons in the game. Your best bet is to use Weavile, who is pretty much 
guaranteed to outspeed it and can OHKO with Ice Punch. If you choose to go 
the defensive route, a Skarmory or Bronzong with Levitate can easily wear it
down and Cloyster can survive a Stone Edge pretty easily. Ice Shard is also 
good since it overcomes its high Speed.

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============================== [6e] MORIMOTO ===============================

Who is this guy? Well, he happens to be based off one of Gamefreak's 
developers, Shigeki Morimoto.

To reach him, go to Hiun City and go to the building that has all the 
Gamefreak staff in it. Take the elevator to the 22nd floor and talk to him.
You can battle him once a day.


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|MORIMOTO BATTLE                                                            |
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Morimoto
Pokemon:

-Lv. 75 Leperasudu - Dark
         ---------------------------------
        | Sucker Punch   | Night Slash    |
        | Fake Out       | Grass Knot     |  
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 75 Yanakki - Grass
         ---------------------------------
        | Energy Ball    | Payback        |
        | Acrobat        | Crunch         | 
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 75 Baokki - Fire
         ---------------------------------
        | Flamethrower   | Payback        |
        | Acrobat        | Crunch         | 
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 75 Hiyakki - Water
         ---------------------------------
        | Surf           | Payback        |
        | Acrobat        | Crunch         | 
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 75 Kokoromori - Psychic/Flying
         ---------------------------------
        | Psychic        | Air Slash      |
        | Endeavor       | Psycho Shock   |  
         ---------------------------------
-Lv. 77 Zeburaika
         ----------------------------------
        | Wild Bolt      | Pursuit         |
        | Giga Impact    | Nitro Charge    | 
         ----------------------------------

Compared to the other strong trainers Adeku and Cynthia, Morimoto is a piece
of cake. You've battled these kinds of Pokemon many times before so they
shouldn't be any problem to defeat. Morimoto likes fast Pokemon, but they all
have very frail defenses.

A single Steel type like Kirikizan can take care of at least half his team
(Yanakki, Leparasudu, and Kokoromori) with no trouble at all. The only ones
you really have to worry about is Baokki's Flamethrower, Hiyakki's Surf, and
Zeburaika's Wild Bolt and Nitro Charge.

Ground attacks deal with Baokki and Zeburaika just fine, while Grass and
Electric can take out Hiyakki.

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=============================[7] DREAM WORLD =================================
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

The Dream World is a new feature in Gen V. For the first time ever, you can
connect your game to a special website using your C-gear. You can do a lot of 
things on this site. One of the biggest attractions is the ability to obtain 
Pokemon you couldn't catch in the game (like starters from other generations) 
and they might even have a special ability they couldn't normally get.

You can also do other things like participate in mini-games, plant berries,
and get items.

The url for the site is http://www.pokemon-gl.com/. The site is in Japanese
for now and you need to set up an account first.



=======================[7a] HOW TO ACCESS DREAM WORLD ========================

Credit goes to kyo_daikun


1. First, go to the website: www.pokemon-gl.com

2. Then, you will come to a website with an image of Japan and colored Poke 
   Ball symbols. On the bottom left of the page is an orange button. Click it.

3. You will come to another page with some screenshots of what the Dream World 
   can do (not much of interest on here). Skip to the bottom where there should 
   be a check box, check it to continue, then click the button that changes to 
   orange at the bottom.

4. You will now come to the create account page. There are 2 sections to this -
   the top section has four lines to enter information:

   - First line is Email address (Yahoo and Hotmail have worked fine)
   - Second line is to confirm your email address so enter it again.
   - Third line is the Password you want to use
   - Fourth line is the "nickname", this is the screen name you will use for 
     Pokemon.GL and Dream World (you can use an English username)

5. Next you will find section 2:

   - First two circle selections are your sex, left circle is boy and 
     right is girl.
   - Next is your Birthdate (Year, Month, Day)
   - Next is a drop down selection for location (YOU MUST select something 
     from the list or it won't allow you to register so don't leave it 
     on the default)
   - Next, is the type of email you want to recieve - HTML or plain text.

   Go down and click the orange button at the bottom.

6. If done right, you will receive an e-mail at your registered email 
   address. It will have a number that you must use to login and your 
   password.

7. Go back to the home page and the login bar is on the bottom right. 
   Enter the email number in the first box (it won't allow you to type letters 
   in this box), then your password in the second box.

8. It will then ask you to link your account with your game, the red box is for 
   your nickname you chose (from section 4)

   The orange box is for the code from your Black or White. You get this code 
   the first time you access C-gear on your game or if you have already done 
   this select the option above WiFi Settings on the main menu and it will 
   display the code in a box.

You will now be able to synch your Pokemon through the C-gear to the website!

You can only synch one Pokemon a day. If you wake a Pokemon up and try to put 
another Pokemon in the Dream World it will come up with an error message 
saying you have no energy and kick you out.




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=======================[8] POKEMON LOCATIONS==================================
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==========================  [8a] ISSHU DEX ===================================

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#494 Victini               Event (Download Victory Ticket from Wi-Fi Mystery 
                                  Gift. Available 9/18/2010-10/18/2010
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#495 Tsutarja              Event (Starter)
#496 Janobii               Evolve Tsutarja (Lv. 17)
#497 Jaroda                Evolve Janobii (Lv. 36)
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#498 Pokabu                Event (Starter)
#499 Chaobuu               Evolve Pokabu (Lv. 17)
#500 Embuoo                Evolve Chaobuu (Lv. 36)
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#501 Mijumaru              Event (Starter)
#502 Futachimaru           Evolve Mijumaru (Lv. 17)
#503 Daikenki              Evolve Futichimaru (Lv. 36)
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#504 Minezumi              Route 1, 2, Abandoned Lot of Dreams
#505 Miruhoggu             Route 7, 15, 18, P2 Lab 
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#506 Yooterii              Route 1, 2, 3
#507 Haderia               Route 10, Freezing Container, P2 Lab
#508 Muurando              Evolve Haderia (Lv. 32)
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#509 Choroneko             Route 2, 3, Abandoned Lot of Dreams
#510 Leperasudu            Route 5, 9, 16
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#511 Yanappu               Yaguruma Forest, Forest of Doubt
                           Gift (Abandoned Lot of Dreams if you chose
                           Pokabu)  
#512 Yanakii               Evolve Yanappu (Leaf Stone)
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#513 Baopuu                Yaguruma Forest, Forest of Doubt
                           Gift (Abandoned Lot of Dreams if you chose 
                           Mijumaru)
#514 Baokii                Evolve Bapppu (Fire Stone)
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#515 Hiyappu               Yaguruma Forest, Forest of Doubt
                           Gift (Abandoned Lot of Dreams if you chose
                           Tsutarja)
#516 Hiyakki               Evolve Hiyappu (Water Stone)
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#517 Munna                 Abandoned Lot of Dreams
#518 Musharna              Evolve Munna (Moon Stone)
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#519 Mamepato              Route 3, Yaguruma Forest
#520 Hatoopo               Route 6, 7, 12, Yaguruma Forest, Forest of Doubt
                           Ryuusaren Tower (Outside)
#521 Kenhorou              Evolve Hatoopu (Lv. 32)
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#522 Shimama               Route 3
#523 Zeburaika             Route 7 
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#524 Dangoro               Underground Water Cave
#525 Gantoru               Electric Rock Cave, Victory Road
#526 Gigaiasu              Evolve Gantoru (Trade)
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#527 Koromori              Underground Water Cave, Electric Rock Cave
#528 Kokoromori            Evolve Koromori (Happiness in Summer)
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#529 Moguryuu              Underground Water Cave, Electric Rock Cave
                           (found only in shaking dirt mounds)
#530 Doryuuzu              Victory Road
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#531 Tabunne               Shaking grass patches in Isshu
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#532 Dokkora               Yaguruma Forest (Outside), Freezing Container
#533 Dotekkotsu            Mt. Neji
#534 Roopushin             Evolve Dotekkotsu (Trade)
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#535 Otamaru               Yaguruma Forest (Outside)
#536 Gamagaru              Route 8, Sekka City (puddles), Sekka Marsh
#537 Gamageroge            Evolve Gamagaru (Lv. 36)
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#538 Nageki                Yaguruma Forest (Outside), Route 10, 16, 18 
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#539 Dageki                Yaguruma Forest (Outside), Route 10, 16, 18
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#540 Kurumiru              Yaguruma Forest
#541 Kurumayu              Yagaruma Forest, Route 6, Forest of Doubt
#542 Hahakurimo            Evolve Kurumayu (Happiness in Summer)
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#543 Futsude               Yagaruma Forest, Forest of Doubt
#544 Hoiiga                Yagaruma Forest
#545 Pendoraa              Evolve Hoiiga (Lv. 30)
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#546 Monmen    Black only  Yagaruma Forest, Forest of Doubt, Fertility Shrine
#547 Erufuun               Evolve Monmen (Sun Stone)
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#548 Churine   White only  Yagaruma Forest, Forest of Doubt, Fertility Shrine
#549 Doredia               Evolve Churine (Sun Stone)
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#550 Basurao   Surf&Fish   Route 1,3,6,11,14, Sanyou City, Underground Water
                           Cave, Yaguruma Forest, Ryuusaren Tower, Victory
                           Road, Giant Hall, Fertility Shrine, Forest of Doubt
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#551 Meguroko              Route 4, Resort Desert, Ancient Castle
#552 Warubiru              Ancient Castle
#553 Warubiaru             Evolve Warubiru (Lv. 40)
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#554 Darumakka             Route 4, Resort Desert
#555 Hihidaruma            Resort Desert (Daruma Statues)
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#556 Marakacchi            Resort Desert
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#557 Ishizumai             Resort Desert, Route 18
#558 Iwaparesu             Route 18
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#559 Zuruggu               Route 4, 18, Resort Deser
#560 Zuruzukin             Evolve Zuruggu (Lv. 39)
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#561 Shinpora              Resort Desert
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#562 Desumasu              Ancient Castle
#563 Desukan               Ancient Castle
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#564 Purotooga             Revive from Shell Fossil (Ancient Castle)
#565 Abagoora              Evolve Purotooga (Lv. 37)
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#566 Aaken                 Revive from Wing Fossil (Ancient Castle)
#567 Aakeosu               Evolve Aaken (Lv. 37)
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#568 Yabakuron             Route 5, 16
#569 Dasutodasu            Route 9
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#570 Zorua                 Event (Hiun City, must have Movie Celebi)
#571 Zoroark               Forest of Doubt, Evolve Zorua (Lv. 32)
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#572 Chillarmy             Route 5, 9, 16, Freezing Container
#573 Chirachiino           Evolve Chillarmy (Shiny Stone)
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#575 Gochimu    Black only Route 5, 16
#576 Gochimiru             Route 9
#578 Gochiruzeru           Evolve Gochimiru (Lv. 41)
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#579 Yuniran    White only Route 5, 16 
#576 Daburan               Route 9
#578 Rankurusu             Evolve Daburan (Lv. 41)
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#579 Koaruhii              Hodomoe Draw Bridge
#580 Swanna                Wonder Bridge
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#581 Banipucchi            Route 6, Freezing Container, Ryuusaren Tower
#582 Banirichhi            Ryuusaren Tower
#583 Baibanira             Evolve Banirichhi (Lv. 47)
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#584 Shikijika             Route 6, 7, Ryuusaren Tower
#585 Mebukijika            Ryuusaren Tower
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#586 Emonga                Route 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16
                           Ryuusaren Tower, Forest of Doubt, Giant Hall
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#587 Kaburumo              Route 6, 11
#588 Shubarugo             Evolve Kaburumo (trade with Chobomaki)
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#589 Tamagetake            Route 6, 7, 10
#590 Morobareru            Route 10, 11
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#591 Pururiru     Surf     Route 4, 17, 18, Hodomoe City, P2 Lab
#593 Burungeru             Evolve Pururiru (Lv. 40)
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#594 Mamambou     Surf     Route 4, 17, 18, Hodomoe City, P2 Lab
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#595 Bachuru               Electric Stone Cave
#596 Denchura              Evolve Bachuru (Lv. 36)
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#597 Tesshiido             Electric Stone Cave
#598 Nattorei              Evolve Tesshiido (Lv. 40)
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#599 Gear                  Electric Stone Cave, P2 Lab
#600 Gigear                Evolve Gear (Lv. 38)
#601 Gigigear              Evolve Gigear (Lv. 49)
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#602 Shibishirasu          Electric Stone Cave, Route 14
#603 Shibibiru             Evolve Shibishirasu (Lv. 39)
#604 Shibirudon            Evolve Shibibiru (Thunderstone)
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#605 Riguree               Tower of Heaven
#606 Oobemu                Evolve Riguree (Lv. 42)
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#607 Hitomoshi             Tower of Heaven
#608 Ranpuraa              Evolve Hitomoshi (Lv. 41)
#609 Shanderaa             Evolve Ranpuraa (Dusk Stone)
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#610 Kibago                
#611 Onondo                Victory Road
#612 Ononokusu             Evolve Onondo (Lv. 48)
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#613 Kumashun              Mt. Neji, Ryuusaren Tower (Winter), Route 7 
#614 Tsunbeaa              Ryuusaren Tower (Winter)
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#615 Furiijio              Mt. Neji
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#616 Chobomaki             Route 8, Sekka City, Sekka Wetlands
#617 Aguridaa              Evolve Chobomaki (Trade with Kaburumo)
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#618 Maggyo                Route 8, Sekka City, Sekka Wetlands
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#619 Kojofuu               Ryuusaren Tower, Victory Road, Route 14
#620 Kojondo               Route 14
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#621 Kurimugan             Ryuusaren Tower
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#622 Gobitto               Ryuusaren Tower
#623 Goruugu               Evolve Gobitto (Lv. 43)
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#624 Komatana              Route 9, 11
#625 Kirikizan             Route 11
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#626 Baffuron              Route 10
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#627 Washibon  White only  Route 10, 11, Victory Road
#628 Wargle    White only  Route 11
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#629 Baruchai  Black only  Route 10, 11, Victory Road
#630 Barujina  Black only  Route 11
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#631 Kuitaran              Victory Road
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#632 Aianto                Victory Road
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#633 Monozu                Victory Road
#634 Jiheddo               Evolve Monozu (Lv. 50)
#635 Sazandora             Evolve Jiheddo (Lv. 64)
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#636 Meraruba              Hatch from egg recieved from Route 18
#637 Uragamosu             Ancient Castle basement
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#638 Kobaruon              Fukiyose Cave
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#639 Terakion              Victory Road
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#640 Birijion              Yaguruma Forest
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#641 Torunerosu Black only Roaming Isshu (night)
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#642 Borutorosu White only Roaming Isshu (night)
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#643 Reshiram  Black only  N's Castle
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#644 Zekrom    White only  N's Castle
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#645 Randorosu             Fertility Shrine
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#646 Kyureumu              Great Hall
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#647 Kerudio               Event
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#648 Meloetta              Event
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#649 Genosekuto            Event
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===================== [8b] NATIONAL DEX - KANTO==============================

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#001 Bulbasaur             None (Dream World or transfer from Gen IV game)
#002 Ivysaur               Evolve Bulbasaur (Lv. 16)
#003 Venusaur              Evolve Ivysaur (Lv. 36)
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#004 Charmander            None (Dream World or transfer from Gen IV game)
#005 Charmeleon            Evolve Charmander (Lv. 16)
#006 Charizard             Evolve Charizard (Lv. 36)
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#007 Squirtle              None (Dream World or transfer from Gen IV game)
#008 Wartortle             Evolve Squirtle (Lv. 16)
#009 Blastoise             Evolve Wartortle (Lv. 36)
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#010 Caterpie              Breed Metapod/Butterfree
#011 Metapod     WHT only  Route 12
#012 Butterfree  WHT only  Route 12
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#013 Weedle                Breed Kakuna/Beedrill
#014 Kakuna      BLK only  Route 12
#015 Beedrill    BLK only  Route 12
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#016 Pidgey      WHT only  White Forest
#017 Pidgeotto             Evolve Pidgey (Lv. 18)
#018 Pidgeot               Evolve Pidgeotto (Lv. 36)
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#019 Rattata               Breed Raticate
#020 Raticate              Abandoned Lot of Dreams
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#021 Spearow               Breed Fearow
#022 Fearow                Route 15
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#023 Ekans                 None (Dream World or transfer from Gen IV game)
#024 Arbok                 None (Dream World or transfer from Gen IV game)
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#025 Pikachu               None (Dream World or transfer from Gen IV game)
#026 Raichu                None (Dream World or transfer from Gen IV game)
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#027 Sandshrew             Breed Sandslash
#028 Sandslash             Ancient Castle
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#029 Nidoran F   WHT only  White Forest
#030 Nidorina              Evolve Nidoran F (Lv. 16)
#031 Nidoqueen             Evolve Nidorina (Moon Stone)
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#032 Nidoran M   WHT only  White Forest
#033 Nidorino              Evolve Nidoran M (Lv. 16)
#034 Nidoking              Evolve Nidorino (Moon Stone)
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#035 Clefairy              Giant Hall
#036 Clefable              Giant Hall
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#037 Vulpix                Fertility Shrine
#038 Ninetales             Fertility Shrine
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#039 Jigglypuff            Route 14
#040 Wigglytuff            Route 14
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#041 Zubat                 Breed Golbat/Crobat
#042 Golbat                Route 13, Giant Hall
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#043 Oddish      WHT only  White Forest
#044 Gloom                 Evolve Oddish (Lv. 21)
#045 Vileplume             Evolve Gloom (Leaf Stone)
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#046 Paras       WHT only  Route 11 (swarm)
#047 Parasect              Evolve Paras (Lv. 24)
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#048 Venonat               Breed Venomoth
#049 Venomoth              Abandoned Lot of Dreams
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#050 Diglett               None (Dream World or transfer from Gen IV game)
#051 Dugtrio               Evolve Diglett (Lv. 26)
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#052 Meowth                None (Dream World or transfer from Gen IV game)
#053 Persian               Evolve Meowth (Lv. 28)
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#054 Psyduck               Breed Golduck
#055 Golduck               Route 11, 14, Village Bridge              
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#056 Mankey                Route 15 (Swarm)
#057 Primeape              Evolve Mankey (Lv. 28)
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#058 Growlithe             None (Dream World or transfer from Gen IV game)
#059 Arcanine              Evolve Growlithe (Fire Stone)
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#060 Poliwag               Yagaruma Forest, Route 6, Victory Road, Giant Hall
                           Training Cave
#061 Poliwhirl             Yagaruma Forest, Route 6, Victory Road, Giant Hall
                           Training Cave
#062 Poliwrath             Yagaruma Forest, Victory Road, Giant Hall
                           Training Cave
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#063 Abra        WHT only  White Forest
#064 Kadabra               Evolve Abra (Lv. 16)
#065 Alakazam              Evolve Kadabra (Trade)
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#066 Machop      WHT only  White Forest
#067 Machoke               Evolve Machop (Lv. 28)
#068 Machamp               Evolve Machoke (Trade)
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#069 Bellsprout  WHT only  White Forest
#070 Weepinbell            Evolve Bellsprout (Lv. 21)
#071 Victreebel            Evolve Weepinbell (Leaf Stone)
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#072 Tentacool             None (Dream World or transfer from Gen IV game)
#073 Tentacruel            Evolve Tentacool (Lv. 30)
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#074 Geodude               Breed Graveler
#075 Graveler              Training Cave
#076 Golem                 Evolve Graveler (Trade)
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#077 Ponyta                Breed Rapidash
#078 Rapidash              Route 12
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#079 Slowpoke       Surf   Fertility Shrine 
#080 Slowbro        Surf   Fertility Shrine 
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#081 Magnemite   WHT only  White Forest
#082 Magneton              Evolve Magnemite (Lv. 30)
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#083 Farfetch'd            Route 1 (Swarm)
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#084 Doduo                 Route 12 (Swarm)
#085 Dodrio                Evolve Dodrio (Lv. 31)
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#086 Seel                  Giant Hall (Surf)
#087 Dewgong               Giant Hall (Surf)
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#088 Grimer                None (Dream World or transfer from Gen IV game)
#089 Muk                   Evolve Grimer (Lv. 38)
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#090 Shellder              Route 13, Sazanami Town, Sazanami Bay (Fish)
#091 Cloyster              Route 13, Sazanami Town, Sazanami Bay (Fish)
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#092 Gastly      WHT only  White Forest
#093 Haunter               Evolve Gastly (Lv. 25)
#094 Gengar                Evolve Haunter (Trade)
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#095 Onix                  Ancient Castle
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#096 Drowzee               None (Dream World or transfer from Gen IV game)
#097 Hypno                 Evolve Drowzee (Lv. 26)
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#098 Krabby                Route 4, 12, Hodomoe City (Fish)
#099 Kingler               Route 4, 12, Hodomoe City (Fish)
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#100 Voltorb               None (Dream World or transfer from Gen IV game)
#101 Electrode             Evolve Voltorb (Lv. 30)
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#102 Exeggcute             Route 18 (Swarm)
#103 Exeggutor             Evolve Exeggcute (Leaf Stone)
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#104 Cubone                Breed Marowak
#105 Marowak               Route 15
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#106 Hitmonlee             Evolve Tyrogue
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#107 Hitmonchan            Evolve Tyrogue
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#108 Lickitung             Training Cave
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#109 Koffing               None (Dream World or transfer from Gen IV game)
#110 Weezing               Evolve Koffing (Lv. 35)
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#111 Rhyhorn     WHT only  White Forest               
#112 Rhydon                Evolve Rhyhorn (Lv. 42)
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#113 Chansey               Evolve Happiny (lvl up w/ Oval Stone during Day)
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#114 Tangela               Route 13, Giant Hall
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#115 Kangaskhan            Route 15
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#116 Horsea          Fish  Route 17, 18, P2 Lab 
#117 Seadra          Fish  Route 17, 18, P2 Lab 
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#118 Goldeen         Fish  Route 3, 11, 14, Sanyou City, Yagaruam Forest,
                           Forest of Doubt, Fertility Shrine
#119 Seaking         Fish  Route 3, 11, 14, Sanyou City, Yagaruam Forest,
                           Forest of Doubt, Fertility Shrine
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#120 Staryu          Surf  Route 13
#121 Starmie         Surf  Route 13
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#122 Mr. Mime              None (Dream World or transfer from Gen IV game)
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#123 Scyther               None (Dream World or transfer from Gen IV game)
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#124 Jynx                  Giant Hall
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#125 Electabuzz            Evolve Elekid (Lv. 30)
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#126 Magmar                Evolve Elekid (Lv. 30)
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#127 Pinsir                Route 12
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#128 Tauros                None (Dream World or transfer from Gen IV game)
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#129 Magikarp              Gift (Wonder Bridge)
#130 Gyarados              Evolve Magikarp (Lv. 20)
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#131 Lapras          Surf  Village Bridge
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#132 Ditto                 Giant Hall
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#133 Eevee                 None (Dream World or transfer from Gen IV game)
#134 Vaporeon              Evolve Eevee (Water Stone)
#135 Jolteon               Evolve Eevee (Thunder Stone)
#136 Flareon               Evolve Eevee (Fire Stone)
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#137 Porygon     WHT only  White Forest
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#138 Omanyte               Shippou City (Revive Helix Fossil)
#139 Omaster               Evolve Omanyte (Lv. 40)
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#140 Kabuto                Shippou City (Revive Dome Fossil)
#141 Kabutops              Evolve Kabuto (Lv. 40)
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#142 Aerodactyl            Shippou City (Revive Old Amber)
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#143 Snorlax               Evolve Munchlax (Happiness)
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#144 Articuno              None (Dream World or transfer from Gen IV game)
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#145 Zapdos                None (Dream World or transfer from Gen IV game) 
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#146 Moltres               None (Dream World or transfer from Gen IV game)
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#147 Dratini         Fish  Ryuusaren Tower
#148 Dragonair       Fish  Ryuusaren Tower            
#149 Dragonite       Fish  Ryuusaren Tower 
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#150 Mewtwo                None (Dream World or transfer from Gen IV game)
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#151 Mew                   Event
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===================== [8c] NATIONAL DEX - JOHTO==============================

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#152 Chikorita             None (Dream World or transfer from Gen IV game)
#153 Bayleef               Evolve Chikorita (Lv. 16)
#154 Meganium              Evolve Bayleef (Lv. 36)
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#155 Cyndaquil             None (Dream World or transfer from Gen IV game)
#156 Quilava               Evolve Cyndaquil (Lv. 14)
#157 Typhlosion            Evolve Quilava (Lv. 36)
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#158 Totodile              None (Dream World or transfer from Gen IV game)
#159 Croconaw              Evolve Totodile (Lv. 18)
#160 Feraligatr            Evolve Feraligatr (Lv. 36)
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#161 Sentret               Route 8 (Swarm)
#162 Furret                Evolve Sentret (Lv. 15)
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#163 Hoothoot              Breed Noctowl
#164 Noctowl               Fertility Shrine
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#165 Ledyba                Breed Ledian
#166 Ledian                Abandoned Lot of Dreams
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#167 Spinarak              Breed Ledian
#168 Ariados               Abandoned Lot of Dreams
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#169 Crobat                Route 13, Giant Hall
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#170 Chinchou        Fish  Route 18, Hodomoe City
#171 Lanturn         Fish  Hodomoe City
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#172 Pichu                 None (Dream World or transfer from Gen IV game)
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#173 Cleffa                Breed Clefairy
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#174 Igglybuff             Breed Jigglypuff
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#175 Togepi      WHT only  White Forest
#176 Togetic               Evolve Togepi (Happiness)
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#177 Natu                  None (Dream World or transfer from Gen IV game)
#178 Xatu                  Evolve Natu (Lv. 25)
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#179 Mareep      WHT only  White Forest
#180 Flaaffy               Evolve Mareep (Lv. 15)
#181 Ampharos              Evolve Ampharos (Lv. 30)
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#182 Bellossom             Evolve Gloom (Sun Stone)
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#183 Marill                Evolve Azurill (Happiness)
#184 Azumarill             Evolve Marill (Lv. 18)
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#185 Sudowoodo             None (Dream World or transfer from Gen IV game)
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#186 Politoed        Fish  Route 6
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#187 Hoppip      WHT only  White Forest
#188 Skiploom              Evolve Hoppip (Lv. 18)
#189 Jumpluff              Evolve Skiploom (Lv. 27)
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#190 Aipom                 None (Dream World or transfer from Gen IV game)
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#191 Sunkern               Route 12
#192 Sunflora              Route 12
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#193 Yanma                 Route 14 (Swarm)
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#194 Wooper                None (Dream World or transfer from Gen IV game)
#195 Quagsire              Evolve Wooper (Lv. 20)
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#196 Espeon                Evolve Eevee (Happiness + Day)
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#197 Umbreon               Evolve Eevee (Happiness + Night)
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#198 Murkrow     BLK only  Fertility Shrine
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#199 Slowking        Surf  Fertility Shrine
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#200 Misdreavus  WHT only  Fertility Shrine
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#201 Unown                 None (Dream World or transfer from Gen IV game) 
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#202 Wobbuffet             Evolve Wynaut
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#203 Girafarig             None (Dream World or transfer from Gen IV game)
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#204 Pineco                Route 16 (Swarm)
#205 Forretress            Evolve Pineco (Lv. 31)
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#206 Dunsparce             Route 12
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#207 Gligar                Route 11, 15
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#208 Steelix               Evolve Onix (Trade with Metal Coat)
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#209 Snubbull              None (Dream World or transfer from Gen IV game)
#210 Granbull              Evolve Snubbull (Lv. 23)
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#211 Qwilfish        Fish  Route 17, 18, P2 Lab
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#212 Scizor                Evolve Scyther (Trade with Metal Coat)
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#213 Shuckle               Route 14
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#214 Heracross             Route 12
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#215 Sneasel               Giant Hall
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#216 Teddiursa             None (Dream World or transfer from Gen IV game)
#217 Ursaring              Evolve Teddiursa (Lv. 30)
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#218 Slugma                None (Dream World or transfer from Gen IV game)
#219 Magcargo              Evolve Slugma (Lv. 38)
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#220 Swinub                Breed Piloswine
#221 Piloswine             Giant Hall
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#222 Corsola         Surf  Route 13, Sazanami Town
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#223 Remoraid        Fish  Sazanami Town, Sazanami Bay
#224 Octillery       Fish  Sazanami Town, Sazanami Bay
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#225 Delibird              Giant Hall
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#226 Mantine         Surf  Sazanami Town, Sazanami Bay
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#227 Skarmory              None (Dream World or transfer from Gen IV game)
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#228 Houndour    BLK only  Route 9 (Swarm)
#229 Houndoom              Evolve Houndour (Lv. 24)
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#230 Kingdra         Fish  Route 17, 18, P2 Lab
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#231 Phanpy                None (Dream World or transfer from Gen IV game)
#232 Donphan               Evolve Phanpy (Lv. 25)
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#233 Porygon2              Evolve Porygon (Trade with Upgrade)
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#234 Stantler              Fertility Shrine
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#235 Smeargle              Route 5 (Swarm)
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#236 Tyrogue               Route 10 (Swarm)
#237 Hitmontop             Evolve Tyrogue (Lv.20, Atk=Def)
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#238 Smoochum              Breed Jynx
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#239 Elekid      WHT only  White Forest
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#240 Magby       WHT only  White Forest
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#241 Miltank               None (Dream World or transfer from Gen IV game)
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#242 Blissey               Evolve Chansey (Happiness)
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#243 Raikou                None (Dream World or transfer from Gen IV game)
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#244 Entei                 None (Dream World or transfer from Gen IV game)
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#245 Suicune               None (Dream World or transfer from Gen IV game)
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#246 Larvitar              Breed Pupitar/Tyranitar
#247 Pupitar               Route 15
#248 Tyranitar             Route 15
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#249 Lugia                 None (Dream World or transfer from Gen IV game)
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#250 Ho-oh                 None (Dream World or transfer from Gen IV game)
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#251 Celebi                None (Event or transfer from Gen IV game)
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Keep in mind that names are subject to change for the English release.

CLAW SHARPEN
Type: Dark  Category: Other
Power: ---  Accuracy: ---  PP: 15
Effect: Raises Attack and Accuracy by 1 Stage.

WIDE GUARD
Type: Rock  Category: Other
Power: ---  Accuracy: ---  PP: 10
Effect: Protects team from attacks that hit all Pokemon. May fail if used in 
succession. 

GUARD SHARE
Type: Psychic  Category: Other
Power: ---  Accuracy: ---  PP: 10
Effect: Averages the user's and target's Def and Sp Def.

POWER SHARE
Type: Psychic  Category: Other
Power: ---  Accuracy: ---  PP: 10
Effect: Averages the user's and target's Atk and Sp Atk.

WONDER ROOM
Type: Psychic  Category: Other
Power: ---  Accuracy: ---  PP: 10
Effect: All Def and Sp Def swapped for 5 turns.

PSYCHO SHOCK
Type: Psychic  Category: Special
Power: 80  Accuracy: 100  PP: 10
Effect: Causes Physical Damage.

VENOM SHOCK
Type: Poison  Category: Special
Power: 65  Accuracy: 100  PP: 10
Effect: Base Power doubles if target is Poisoned.

BODY PURGE
Type: Steel  Category: Other
Power: ---  Accuracy: ---  PP: 15
Effect: Raises user's Speed by 2 stages.

RAGE POWER
Type: Bug  Category: Other
Power: ---  Accuracy: ---  PP: 20
Effect: Redirects all opposing attacks to the user of this move.

TELEKINESIS
Type: Psychic  Category: Other
Power: ---  Accuracy: ---  PP: 15
Effect: Makes target easier to hit for 3 turns.

MAGIC ROOM
Type: Psychic  Category: Other
Power: ---  Accuracy: ---  PP: 10
Effect: Negates all held items for 5 turns.

STRIKE DOWN
Type: Rock  Category: Physical
Power: 50  Accuracy: 100  PP: 15
Effect: Makes Flying opponents susceptible to Ground moves.

JUDO THROW
Type: Fighting  Category: Physical
Power: 40  Accuracy: 100  PP: 10
Effect: Forces the target to switch.

FIRE BURST
Type: Fire  Category: Special
Power: 70  Accuracy: 100  PP: 15
Effect: Hits all targets.

SLUDGE WAVE
Type: Poison  Category: Special
Power: 95  Accuracy: 100  PP: 10
Effect: 10% chance of Poison.

BUTTERFLY DANCE
Type: Bug  Category: Other
Power: ---  Accuracy: ---  PP: 20
Effect: Raises user's Sp Atk, Sp Def, and Speed by 1 stage.

HEAVY BOMBER
Type: Steel  Category: Physical
Power: ---  Accuracy: 100  PP: 10
Effect: The heavier the user is, the more damage it deals.

SYNCHRO NOISE
Type: Psychic  Category: Special
Power: 70  Accuracy: 100  PP: 15
Effect: Deals more damage if target is the same type as user.

ELECI BALL
Type: Electric  Category: Special
Power: ---  Accuracy: 100  PP: 10
Effect: The faster the user is compared to the target, the more Powerful
this move becomes.

SOAK
Type: Water  Category: Other
Power: ---  Accuracy: 100  PP: 20
Effect: Turns the target into the Water type.

NITRO CHARGE
Type: Fire  Category: Physical
Power: 50  Accuracy: 100  PP: 20
Effect: May raise user's Speed.

COIL
Type: Poison  Category: Other
Power: ---  Accuracy: ---  PP: 20
Effect: Raises user's Atk, Def, and Accuracy.

ANKLE SWEEP
Type: Fighting  Category: Physical
Power: 60  Accuracy: 100   PP: 20
Effect: Lowers opponent's Speed by 1 stage.

ACID BOMB
Type: Poison  Category: Special
Power: 40  Accuracy: 100   PP: 20
Effect: Lowers opponent's Sp Def by 2 stages.

TRICKERY
Type: Dark  Category: Physical
Power: 95  Accuracy: 100  PP: 15
Effect: The higher the target's Atk, the more damage it deals.

SIMPLE BEAM
Type: Normal  Category: Other
Power: ---  Accuracy: ---  PP: 15
Effect: Makes target's ability become Simple.

ASSEMBLE CREW
Type: Normal  Category: Other
Power: ---  Accuracy: ---  PP: 15
Effect: Makes target's ability the same as user's.

YOU FIRST
Type: Normal  Category: Other
Power: ---  Accuracy: ---  PP: 15
Effect: Makes target move immediately after the user.

TROLL
Type: Normal  Category: Special
Power: 60  Accuracy: 100  PP: 15
Effect: Raises Base Power if other Pokemon also have this attack.

ECHO VOICE
Type: Normal  Category: Special
Power: 40  Accuracy: 100  PP: 15
Effect: Deals more damage if used every turn.

PAYMENT PLAN
Type: Normal  Category: Physical
Power: 70  Accuracy: 100  PP: 20
Effect: Target's stat changes don't affect this move.

CLEAR SMOG
Type: Poison  Category: Special
Power: 50  Accuracy: ---  PP: 15
Effect: Resets all stat changes.

ASSIST POWER
Type: Psychic  Category: Special
Power: 20  Accuracy: 100  PP: 10
Effect: The more the user's stats are raised, the more damage it deals.

FAST GUARD
Type: Fighting  Category: Other
Power: ---  Accuracy: ---  PP: 15
Effect: Protects team from priority moves. May fail if used in succession.

SIDE CHANGE
Type: Psychic  Category: Other
Power: ---  Accuracy: ---  PP: 15
Effect: Switches position with a partner.

BOILING WATER
Type: Water  Category: Special
Power: 80  Accuracy: 100  PP: 15
Effect: 30% chance to Burn.

SHELL CRACK
Type: Normal  Category: Other
Power: ---  Accuracy: ---  PP: 15
Effect: Raises user's Atk, Sp Atk, and Speed, but lowers Def and Sp Def.

HEAL PULSE
Type: Psychic  Category: Other
Power: ---  Accuracy: ---  PP: 10
Effect: Restores 50% of a partner's HP.

EVIL EYE
Type: Ghost  Category: Special
Power: 50  Accuracy: 100  PP: 10
Effect: Doubles in Power if target has a status condition.

FREE FALL
Type: Flying  Category: Physical
Power: 60  Accuracy: 100  PP: 10
Effect: Pick up target on the 1st turn and drops them on the 2nd.

GEAR CHANGE
Type: Steel  Category: Other
Power: ---  Accuracy: ---  PP: 10
Effect: Raises user's Atk 1 stage and Speed 2 stages.

OVERHEAD THROW
Type: Fighting  Category: Physical
Power: 60  Accuracy: 90  PP: 10
Effect: Forces the target to switch. 

INCINERATE/COMPLETE BURN
Type: Fire  Category: Special
Power: 30  Accuracy: 100  PP: 15
Effect: Removes the target's Berry.

STALL
Type: Dark  Category: Other
Power: ---  Accuracy: 100  PP: 15
Effect: Forces target to move last.

ACROBAT
Type: Flying  Category: Physical
Power: 55  Accuracy: 100  PP: 15
Effect: Allows user to hit the opposite opponent in a triple battle.

MIRROR TYPE
Type: Normal  Category: Other
Power: ---  Accuracy: ---  PP: 15
Effect: Changes target's ability to same as the user's ability. 

RETALIATION/GET EVEN
Type: Normal  Category: Other
Power: 70  Accuracy: 100  PP: 5
Effect: Deals more damage if teammate was KO'd last turn.

DESPERATION
Type: Fighting  Category: Special
Power: ---  Accuracy: 100  PP: 5
Effect: KOs user and deals damage to opponent equal to the HP user lost.

GIFT PASS
Type: Normal  Category: Other
Power: ---  Accuracy: ---  PP: 15
Effect: Gives user's item to target if it has no item.

PURGATORY
Type: Fire  Category: Special
Power: 100  Accuracy: 50  PP: 5
Effect: 100% chance of Burn.

WATER OATH
Type: Water  Category: Special
Power: 50  Accuracy: 100  PP: 10
Effect: If used with Fire Oath, creates rainbow that may cause Confusion.

FIRE OATH
Type: Fire  Category: Special
Power: 50  Accuracy: 100  PP: 10
Effect: If used with Grass Oath, creates burning field that causes damage
every turn.

GRASS OATH
Type: Grass  Category: Special
Power: 50  Accuracy: 100  PP: 10
Effect: If used with Water Oath, creates swamp that lowers targets' Speed.

VOLT CHANGE
Type: Electric  Category: Special
Power: 70  Accuracy: 100  PP: 20
Effect: Causes user to switch out after use. 

BUG RESISTANCE
Type: Bug  Category: Special
Power: 30  Accuracy: 100  PP: 20
Effect: May lower opponent's Sp Atk by 1 stage.

GROUND LEVEL
Type: Ground  Category: Physical
Power: 60  Accuracy: 100  PP: 20
Effect: May lower opponent's Speed by 1 stage.

ICE BREATH
Type: Ice  Category: Special
Power: 40  Accuracy: 90  PP: 10
Effect: 100% chance of Critical Hit.

DRAGON TAIL
Type: Dragon  Category: Physical
Power: 60  Accuracy: 90  PP: 10
Effect: Forces target to switch.

CHEER UP
Type: Normal  Category: Other
Power: ---  Accuracy: ---  PP: 30
Effect: Raises user's Atk and Sp Atk by 1 stage.

ELECI NET
Type: Electric  Category: Other
Power: 55  Accuracy: 95  PP: 15
Effect: Lowers opponent's Speed by 1 stage.

WILD VOLT
Type: Electric  Category: Physical
Power: 90  Accuracy: 100  PP: 15
Effect: User takes 25% damage done to opponent as recoil.

DRILL LINER
Type: Ground  Category: Physical
Power: 80  Accuracy: 95  PP: 10
Effect: High chance of critical hit.

DOUBLE CHOP
Type: Dragon  Category: Physical
Power: 40  Accuracy: 90  PP: 15
Effect: Hits twice.

HEART STAMP
Type: Psychic  Category: Physical
Power: 60  Accuracy: 100  PP: 25
Effect: May cause opponent to flinch.

WOOD HORN
Type: Grass  Category: Physical
Power: 75  Accuracy: 100  PP: 10
Effect: User gains 50% of HP done as damage.

SACRED SWORD
Type: Fighting  Category: Physical
Power: 90  Accuracy: 100  PP: 20
Effect: Target's stat changes don't affect this move.

SHELL BLADE
Type: Water  Category: Physical
Power: 75  Accuracy: 95  PP: 10
Effect: May lower opponent's Def by 1 stage.

HEAT STAMP
Type: Fire  Category: Physical
Power: ---  Accuracy: 100  PP: 10
Effect: The heavier the user is, the more damage it deals.

GRASS MIXER
Type: Grass  Category: Special
Power: 65  Accuracy: 90  PP: 10
Effect: May decrease opponent's Accuracy by 1 stage.

HARD ROLLER
Type: Bug  Category: Physical
Power: 65  Accuracy: 100  PP: 20
Effect: May cause opponent to flinch. Power is doubled if opponent used
Minimize.

COTTON GUARD
Type: Grass  Category: Other
Power: ---  Accuracy: ---  PP: 10
Effect: Raises user's Def by 2 stages.

NIGHT BURST
Type: Dark  Category: Special
Power: 85  Accuracy: 95  PP: 10
Effect: May decrease opponent's Accuracy by 1 stage.

PSYCHO BREAK
Type: Psychic  Category: Special
Power: 100  Accuracy: 100  PP: 10
Effect: Deals Physical damage.

SWEEP SLAP
Type: Normal  Category: Physical
Power: 25  Accuracy: 85  PP: 10
Effect: Attacks 2 to 5 times in a row.

WIND STORM
Type: Flying  Category: Special
Power: 120  Accuracy: 70  PP: 10
Effect: Increases Accuracy during weather conditions.

AFRO BREAK
Type: Normal  Category: Physical
Power: 120  Accuracy: 100  PP: 15
Effect: User takes 25% damage done to opponent as recoil.

GEAR SAUCER
Type: Steel  Category: Physical
Power: 50  Accuracy: 85  PP: 15
Effect: Hits twice.

FLAME BOMB/FLAME PLATFORM
Type: Fire  Category: Special
Power: 100  Accuracy: 100  PP: 5
Effect: 30% chance of Burn.

TECHNO BUSTER
Type: Normal  Category: Special
Power: 85  Accuracy: 100  PP: 5
Effect: Changes type depending on the type of Plate held.

ANCIENT SONG
Type: Normal  Category: Special
Power: 75  Accuracy: 100  PP: 10
Effect: 10% chance of Sleep.

SKIN SWORD
Type: Fighting  Category: Special
Power: 85  Accuracy: 100  PP: 10
Effect: Causes physical damage.

FROZEN WORLD
Type: Ice   Category: Special
Power: 65  Accuracy: 95   PP: 10
Effect: Lowers target's Speed by 2 stages.

LIGHTNING
Type: Electric  Category: Physical
Power: 130  Accuracy: 85  PP: 5
Effect: 20% chance of Paralysis.

BLUE FIRE
Type: Fire  Category: Special
Power: 130  Accuracy: 85  PP: 5
Effect: 20% chance of Burn.

FIRE DANCE
Type: Fire  Category: Special
Power: 80  Accuracy: 100  PP: 10
Effect: May increase user's Sp Atk by 1 stage.

FREEZE BOLT
Type: Ice  Category: Physical
Power: 140  Accuracy: 90  PP: 5
Effect: 30% chance of Paralysis.

COLD FLARE
Type: Ice  Category: Special
Power: 140  Accuracy: 90  PP: 5
Effect: 30% chance of Burn.

BACK OUT
Type: Dark  Category: Special
Power: 55  Accuracy: 95  PP: 15
Effect: May lower opponent's Sp Atk by 1 stage.

ICICLE POLISH
Type: Ice  Category: Physical
Power: 85  Accuracy: 90  PP: 10
Effect: May cause opponent to flinch.

V-GENERATE
Type: Fire  Category: Physical
Power: 180  Accuracy: 95  PP: 5
Effect: Deals damage to allies on either side of the user.

CROSS FLAME
Type: Fire  Category: Special
Power: 100  Accuracy: 100  PP: 5
Effect: Power increases if used after Cross Thunder.

CROSS THUNDER
Type: Electric  Category: Physical
Power: 100  Accuracy: 100  PP: 5
Effect: Power increases if used after Cross Fire.

--------------CHANGES TO PREVIOUS GENERATION MOVES---------------

Many moves from older games had their Power, Accuracy, or PP changed.
This list will go over these changes.


BIND:         Accuracy 75% -> 85%

BONE RUSH:    Accuracy 80% -> 90%

BULLET SEED:  Power 10 -> 25

CLAMP:        Accuracy 75% -> 85%

COTTON SPORE: Accuracy 85% -> 100%

COVET:        Power 40 -> 60

CRABHAMMER:   Accuracy 85% -> 90%

DISABLE:      Accuracy 90% -> 100%

DOOM DESIRE:  Power 120 -> 140; Accuracy 85% -> 100%

DRAIN PUNCH:  Power 60 -> 75; PP 5 -> 10

FIRE SPIN:    Power 15 -> 35; Accuracy 70% -> 85%

FURY CUTTER:  Power 10 -> 20

FUTURE SIGHT: Power 80 -> 100; PP 15 -> 10; Accuracy 90% -> 100%

GIGA DRAIN:   Power 60 -> 75

GLARE:        Accuracy 75% -> 90%

HI JUMP KICK: Power 100 -> 130; PP 20 -> 10

ICICLE SPEAR: Power 10 -> 25

JUMP KICK:    Power 85 -> 100; PP 25 -> 10

LAST RESORT:  Power 130 -> 140

MAGMA STORM:  Accuracy 70% -> 75%

MEDITATE:     PP 20 -> 40

MIND READER:  PP 40 -> 5

OUTRAGE:      PP 15 -> 10

PETAL DANCE:  Power 90 -> 120; PP 20 -> 10

POISON GAS:   Accuracy 55% -> 90%

ROCK BLAST:   Accuracy 80% -> 90%

SAND TOMB:    Power 15 -> 35; Accuracy 70% -> 85%

SCARY FACE:   Accuracy 90% -> 100%

TACKLE:       Power 35 -> 50

TOXIC:        Accuracy 85% -> 90%

TRASH:        Power 90 -> 120; PP 20 -> 10

UPROAR:       Power 50 -> 90

WHIRLPOOL:    Power 15 -> 35; Accuracy 70% -> 85%

WRAP:         Accuracy 85% -> 90%


--------------EFFECT CHANGES--------------

ENCORE - Now lasts exactly 3 turns.

EXPLOSION - No longer halves target's Defense.

EXTREMESPEED - Has +2 Priority instead of +1 Priority.

FEINT - Now hits opponents even if they don't use Protect/Detect.

GROWTH - Raises both Attack and Special Attack by 1 stage.

MAGIC COAT - Now works on Whirlwind, Roar, Disable, Stealth Rock, Spikes, 
             Toxic Spikes, Encore, Torment, Taunt, Odor Sleuth, Miracle Eye,
             Embargo, Heal Block, Foresight, Defog, and Spite

MINIMIZE - Now boosts Evasion by 2 stages instead of 1.

SELF-DESTRUCT - No longer halves target's Defense.

SLEEP TALK - No longer fails after the first use if the user is holding a 
             Choice item.

TAIL GLOW - Boosts Sp. Attack by 3 stages instead of 2.

TAIL WIND - Lasts 4 turns instead of 3.

TAUNT - Now lasts exactly 3 turns.

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WICKED THIEF
Effect: Contact attack may steal opponent's item

ENCOURAGE
Effect: Boosts the Power of attacks that have a secondary effect by 50%, but 
prevents the secondary effects from taking place.

DEVIL'S ADVOCATE/PERVERSITY
Effect: Stat boosts will decrease stats instead and stat drops will increase
stats instead.

ANXIETY/TENSION
Effect: Prevents the opponents from using any held berries. 

COMPETITIVE SPIRIT
Effect: Attack raised by 2 stages whenever it's reduced by 1 stage
(i.e. Intimidate)

WEAK KNEED/FAINT-HEARTED
Effect: When the user's health falls below 50%, all stats are lowered by half.

CURSED BODY
Effect: If user is KOed by a contact move, that move is disabled.

HEALING HEART
Effect: Prevents status conditions on partners.

FRIEND GUARD
Effect: Lowers damage received from teammate. 

BROKEN/BREAKABLE ARMOR
Effect: When hit by a contact move, Defense is lowered but Speed is raised.

HEAVY METAL
Effect: User's weight is increased.

LIGHT METAL
Effect: User's weight is decreased.

MULTI-SCALE
Effect: When HP is at 100%, attacks do less damage.

WILD POISON/POISON RAMPAGE
Effect: Boosts Attack when Poisoned.

WILD HEAT
Effect: Boosts Attack when Burned

HARVEST
Effect: Automatically recycles berries after using them.

TELEPATHY
Effect: Cannot be damaged by partner's moves

INCONSISTENT
Effect: A random stat is increased when user enters battle.

DUSTPROOF
Effect: Immune to Hail/Sandstorm damage.

POISON SKIN/HAND
Effect: May poison opponent when hit with contact move

REGENERATION
Effect: Heals some HP when switched out.

PIGEON HEART
Effect: Prevents the user's Defense from being lowered.

SAND THROW
Effect: Speed is doubled in Sandstorm.

MIRACLE SKIN
Effect: User has a lesser chance of being affected by status conditions.

ANALYSE
Effect: If user moves after opponent, Attack is boosted.

ILLUSION
Effect: User changes name and appearance to the next Pokemon in the party.
Illusion is broken when user takes damage.

JACK OF ALL TRADES
Effect: Moves that do not match user's type(s) are boosted.

SLIP THROUGH
Effect: Attacks ignore Reflect and Light Screen.

MUMMY
Effect: When the user is hit by a contact move, the opponent's ability is 
changed to Mummy. 
 
OVERCONFIDENCE/EARTHQUAKE SPIRAL
Effect: Attack is boosted after user KOs an opponent.

JUSTICE HEART/HEART OF JUSTICE
Effect: If hit by Dark attack, damage is nullified and Attack is boosted 
by 1 stage. 

WARINESS
Effect: Evasion boosted against attacks that have already been used 
against it.

MAGIC MIRROR
Effect: Status moves may be reflected back onto the opponent.

HERBIVORE
Effect: If hit by Grass attack, damage is nullified and Attack is boosted 
by 1 stage.

MISCHIEVOUS HEART
Effect: User has a chance of attacking first if using a move that can
cause a status effect.

SAND POWER
Effect: Power of Ground, Steel, and Rock attacks are boosted in a
Sandstorm.

IRON BARBS
Effect: If user is hit with a contact move, opponent loses 12.5% of its
maximum HP.

ECCENTRIC
Effect: User immediately transforms into opponent upon entering battle.

DARUMA MODE
Effect: Hihidaruma changes to "Daruma Form" when HP is below 50%. 
Becomes Fire/Psychic, appearance changes, and base stats change.

VICTORY STAR
Effect: Accuracy of user and partners' attacks are boosted.

TURBO BLAZE
Effect: Attacks will hit target even if target's ability nullifies or
lowers the damage of that attack. 

TERRA VOLTAGE
Effect: Attacks will hit target even if target's ability nullifies or
lowers the damage of that attack.

-------------CHANGES TO PREVIOUS GENERATION ABILITIES-------------

STURDY
Old Effect: Makes user immune to OHKO moves (i.e. Sheer Cold).
New Effect: If attacked while at 100% HP, will always survive attack with 
            at least 1 HP.

LIGHTNINGROD
Old Effect: Draws Electric attacks to user.
New Effect: Draws Electric attacks to user. When hit by Electric attack, user
            takes no damage and Sp. Attack is increased by 1 stage.

STORM DRAIN
Old Effect: Draws Water attacks to user.
New Effect: Draws Water attacks to user. When hit by Water attack, user takes 
            no damage and Sp. Attack is increased by 1 stage.

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TM 01 - Claw Sharpen    Dark
TM 02 - Dragon Claw     Dragon
TM 03 - Psycho Shock    Psychic
TM 04 - Calm Mind       Psychic
TM 05 - Roar            Normal
TM 06 - Toxic           Poison
TM 07 - Hail            Ice
TM 08 - Bulk Up         Fighting
TM 09 - Venom Shock     Poison
TM 10 - Hidden Power    Normal
TM 11 - Sunny Day       Fire
TM 12 - Taunt           Dark
TM 13 - Ice Beam        Ice
TM 14 - Blizzard        Ice
TM 15 - Hyper Beam      Normal
TM 16 - Light Screen    Psychic
TM 17 - Protect         Normal
TM 18 - Rain Dance      Water
TM 19 - Telekinesis     Psychic
TM 20 - Safeguard       Normal
TM 21 - Frustration     Normal
TM 22 - Solarbeam       Grass
TM 23 - Knock Down      Rock
TM 24 - Thunderbolt     Electric
TM 25 - Thunder         Electric
TM 26 - Earthquake      Ground
TM 27 - Return          Normal
TM 28 - Dig             Ground
TM 29 - Psychic         Psychic
TM 30 - Shadow Ball     Ghost
TM 31 - Brick Break     Fighting
TM 32 - Double Team     Normal
TM 33 - Reflect         Psychic
TM 34 - Sludge Wave     Poison
TM 35 - Flamethrower    Fire 
TM 36 - Sludge Bomb     Poison
TM 37 - Sandstorm       Rock
TM 38 - Fire Blast      Fire
TM 39 - Rock Tomb       Rock
TM 40 - Aerial Ace      Flying
TM 41 - Torment         Dark
TM 42 - Facade          Normal
TM 43 - Nitro Charge    Fire
TM 44 - Rest            Psychic
TM 45 - Attract         Normal
TM 46 - Thief           Dark
TM 47 - Ankle Sweep     Fighting
TM 48 - Troll           Normal
TM 49 - Echo Voice      Normal
TM 50 - Overheat        Fire
TM 51 - Side Change     Psychic
TM 52 - Focus Blast     Fighting
TM 53 - Energy Ball     Grass
TM 54 - False Swipe     Normal
TM 55 - Boiling Water   Water
TM 56 - Fling           Dark
TM 57 - Charge Beam     Electric
TM 58 - Free fall       Flying
TM 59 - Incinerate      Fire
TM 60 - Postpone        Dark
TM 61 - Will-o-Wisp     Fire
TM 62 - Acrobat         Flying
TM 63 - Embargo         Dark
TM 64 - Explosion       Normal
TM 65 - Shadow Claw     Ghost
TM 66 - Payback         Dark
TM 67 - Get Even        Normal
TM 68 - Giga Impact     Normal
TM 69 - Rock Polish     Rock
TM 70 - Flash           Normal
TM 71 - Stone Edge      Rock
TM 72 - Volt Change     Electric
TM 73 - Thunder Wave    Electric
TM 74 - Gyro Ball       Steel
TM 75 - Swords Dance    Normal
TM 76 - Bug Resistance  Bug
TM 77 - Psych Up        Psychic
TM 78 - Ground Level    Ground
TM 79 - Ice Breath      Ice
TM 80 - Rock Slide      Rock
TM 81 - X-Scissor       Bug
TM 82 - Dragon Tail     Dragon 
TM 83 - Cheer Up        Normal
TM 84 - Poison Jab      Poison
TM 85 - Dream Eater     Psychic
TM 86 - Grass Knot      Grass
TM 87 - Swagger         Normal
TM 88 - Pluck           Flying
TM 89 - U-Turn          Bug
TM 90 - Substitute      Normal
TM 91 - Flash Cannon    Steel
TM 92 - Trick Room      Psychic
TM 93 - Wild Bolt       Electric
TM 94 - Rock Smash      Fighting
TM 95 - Back Out        Dark

HM 01 - Cut             Normal
HM 02 - Fly             Flying
HM 03 - Surf            Water
HM 04 - Strength        Normal
HM 05 - Waterfall       Water
HM 06 - Dive            Water

 
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----------------------------------HOLD ITEMS----------------------------------
The following items need to be attached to one of your Pokemon and only work
during a battle.


AQUA CASSETE           Changes Techno Buster's type to Water when held
                       Location: P2 Lab
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BALLOON                User is immune to Ground attacks. Breaks when attacked
                       Location: 
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BLAZE CASSETE          Changes Techno Buster's type to Fire when held
                       Location: P2 Lab
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BUG JEWEL              Boosts power of Bug moves. One time use
                       Location: Shaking Dust in Caves
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BULB                   User's Sp. Attack is raised by 1 stage when hit with 
                       a Water attack. One time use
                       Location:
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BULL'S EYE             User loses its type immunities when holding this item.
                       Does not lose immunities due to abilities.
                       Location: Souryuu City
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DARK JEWEL             Boosts power of Dark moves. One time use
                       Location: Shaking Dust in Caves
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DRAGON JEWEL           Boosts power of Dragon moves. One time use
                       Location: Shaking Dust in Caves
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ELECTRIC JEWEL         Boosts power of Electric moves. One time use
                       Location: Shaking Dust in Caves
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ESCAPE BUTTON          User can switch out if attacked. One time use
                       Location: 
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FIGHT JEWEL            Boosts power of Fighting moves. One time use
                       Location: Shaking Dust in Caves
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FIRE JEWEL             Boosts power of Fire moves. One time use
                       Location: Shaking Dust in Caves
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FLYING JEWEL           Boosts power of Flying moves. One time use
                       Location: Shaking Dust in Caves
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FREEZE CASSETE         Changes Techno Buster's type to Ice when held
                       Location: P2 Lab
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GHOST JEWEL            Boosts power of Ghost moves. One time use
                       Location: Shaking Dust in Caves
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GRASS JEWEL            Boosts power of Grass moves. One time use
                       Location: Shaking Dust in Caves
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GROUND JEWEL           Boosts power of Ground moves. One time use
                       Location: Shaking Dust in Caves
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ICE JEWEL              Boosts power of Ice moves. One time use
                       Location: Shaking Dust in Caves
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LIGHTNING CASSETE      Changes Techno Buster's type to Electric when held
                       Location: P2 Lab
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NORMAL JEWEL           Boosts power of Normal moves. One time use
                       Location: Shaking Dust in Caves
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POISON JEWEL           Boosts power of Poison moves. One time use
                       Location: Shaking Dust in Caves
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PRE-EVOLUTION STONE    Boosts unevolved Pokemon's Def and Sp. Def by 50%
                       Location: 
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PRESSURE BAND          Boosts power of trapping moves (i.e. Wrap, Fire Spin)
                       Location: 
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PSYCHIC JEWEL          Boosts power of Psychic moves. One time use
                       Location: Shaking Dust in Caves
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PUMICE STONE           Halves user's weight.
                       Location: 
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RECHARGEABLE BATTERY   User's Sp. Attack is raised by 1 stage when hit with 
                       an Electric attack. One time use
                       Location: Souryuu City
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RED CARD               Forces foe to switch out if holder is attacked.
                       Location:
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ROCK JEWEL             Boosts power of Rock moves. One time use
                       Location: Shaking Dust in Caves
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RUGGED HELMET          Opponent loses 1/6th of its total HP if it damages
                       the user with a contact move.
                       Location:  
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STEEL JEWEL            Boosts power of Steel moves. One time use
                       Location: Shaking Dust in Caves
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WATER JEWEL            Boosts power of Water moves. One time use
                       Location: Shaking Dust in Caves
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============================[13] STRONGEST POKEMON============================
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This section lists the top 10 Pokemon with the highest Base Stats in each stat 
as well as the highest base stats overall.

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|HP                                                                         |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Rank   Pokemon                                Base Stat    Max Stat
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#1     Blissey                                     255          714
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#2     Chansey                                     250          704
-нннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннн
#3     Wobbuffet                                   190          584
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#4     Wailord                                     170          544
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#5     Mamambou                                    165          534
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#6     Snorlax                                     160          524
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#7     Slaking, Drifblim, Giratina                 150          504
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#8     Hariyama                                    144          492
-------------------------------------------------------------------
#9     Wigglytuff                                  140          484
-------------------------------------------------------------------
#10    Munchlax                                    135          474
-------------------------------------------------------------------


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|Attack                                                                     |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Rank   Pokemon                                Base Stat    Max Stat
----------------------------------------ннннннннннннннннннннннннннн
#1     Deoxys-A                                    180          714
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#2     Rampardos                                   250          704
-------------------------------------------------------------------
#3     Slaking                                     190          584
       Regigigas
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#4     Groudon, Rayquaza, Deoxys, Zekrom           150          438
-------------------------------------------------------------------
#5     Ononokusu                                   147          432
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#6     Rhyperior, Roopushin, Hihidaruma, Aakeosu   140          416  
-------------------------------------------------------------------
#7     Salamence, Metagross, Gigaiasu, Doryuuzu    135          405
       Shubarugo
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#8     Dragonite, Tyranitar                        134          403
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#9     Machamp, Kingler, Rhydon, Flareon,          130          394
       Scizor, Ursaring, Ho-oh, Breloom, Absol,
       Garchomp, Mamoswine, Kyuremu
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#10    Terakion                                    129          392
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|Defense                                                                    |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Rank   Pokemon                                Base Stat    Max Stat
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#1     Shuckle                                     230          614
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#2     Steelix, Regirock                           200          548
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#3     Cloyster, Aggron                            180          504
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#4     Bastiodon                                   168          478
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#5     Onix, Deoxys-L                              160          460
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#6     Registeel                                   150          438  
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#7     Probopass, Desukan                          145          427
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#8     Forretress, Skarmory, Lairon,               140          416
       Torkoal, Groudon
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#9     Nosepass, Dusknoir                          135          405
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#10    Abagoora                                    133          401
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|Special Attack                                                             |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Rank   Pokemon                                Base Stat    Max Stat
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#1     Deoxys-A                                    180          504
-------------------------------------------------------------------
#2     Mewtwo                                      154          447
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#3     Kyogre, Rayquaza, Deoxys, Dialga,           150          438
       Palkia, Reshiram 
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#4     Shandera                                    145          427
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#5     Hihidaruma (Daruma Mode)                    140          416
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#6     Alakazam, Porygon-Z, Darkrai                135          405
       Urugamosu  
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#7     Gengar, Espeon, Latios, Magnezone           130          394
       Glaceon, Heatran, Kyuremu
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#8     Kerudio                                     129          392
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#9     Meloetta                                    128          390
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#10    Exeggutor, Zapdos, Moltres,                 125          383
       Gardevoir, Roserade, Magmortar
       Daburan, Rankurusu, Oobema, Sazando
       Torunerosu, Borutorosu
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|Special Defense                                                            |
|---нннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннннн|

Rank   Pokemon                                Base Stat    Max Stat
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#1     Shuckle                                     230          614
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#2     Regice                                      200          548
------------------------------------------------------------------н
#3     Deoxys-L                                    160          460
-------------------------------------------------------------------
#4     Lugia, Ho-oh                                154          447
-------------------------------------------------------------------
#5     Registeel, Probopass                        150          438
-------------------------------------------------------------------
#6     Mantine, Kyogre                             140          416  
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#7     Bastiodon                                   138          412
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#8     Blissey, Dusknoir, Furiijio                 135          405
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#9     Umbreon, Dusclops, Latias, Uxie             130          394
       Cresselia
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#10    Birijion                                    129          392
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|Speed                                                                      |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Rank   Pokemon                                Base Stat    Max Stat
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#1     Deoxys-E                                    180          504
-------------------------------------------------------------------
#2     Ninjask                                     160          460
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#3     Deoxys, Deoxys-A                            150          438
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#4     Agirudaa                                    145          427
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#5     Electrode                                   140          416
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#6     Jolteon, Aerodactyl, Mewtwo                 130          394
       Crobat  
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#7     Meloetta (Step Form)                        128          390
------------------------------------------ннннннннннннннннннннннннн
#8     Shaymin (Sky Form)                          127          388
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#9     Swellow, Weavile, Darkrai                   125          383
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#10    Dugtrio, Alakazam, Sceptile                 120          372
       Arceus
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|Base Stat Total                                                            |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Rank   Pokemon                                Base Stat Total
--------------------------------------------------------------
#1     Arceus                                             720
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#2     Mewtwo, Lugia, Ho-oh, Rayquaza                     680
       Dialga, Palkia, Giratina, Reshiram
       Zekrom
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#3     Slaking, Kyogre, Groudon, Regigigas                670
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#4     Kyuremu                                            660
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#5     Dragonite, Mew, Tyranitar, Celebi,                 600
       Salamence, Metagross, Latias, Latios,
       Jirachi, Deoxys (all forms), Garchomp
       Heatran, Cresselia, Manaphy, Darkrai,
       Shaymin (both forms), Victini, Sazando, 
       Randorosu, Meloetta, Genosekuto
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#6     Articuno, Zapdos, Moltres, Raikou, Entei,          580
       Suicune, Regirock, Regice, Registeel, 
       Uxie, Azelf, Mesprit, Kobaruon, Terakion
       Birijion, Tournerosu, Borutorosu, Kerudio  
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#7     Aakeosu                                            567
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#8     Arcanine                                           555
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#9     Urugamosu                                          550
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#10    Togekiss                                           545
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============================[14] CLOSING REMARKS =============================
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-------------------CONTACT INFO-------------------

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         website every day, so this is probably the best way of contacting
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         profile or through PM. I check this every few hours.

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For longer comments or information:

Email: aragornbird@yahoo.com -  I prefer to use this address only for really
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       Email inquiries may take longer to respond than the above methods. 
       Please include the word "Pokemon" in your email title or else it might
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-------------------CREDITS-------------------

The information  used in this guide came from many different sources, including
the following:

serebii.net
pokebeach.com
smogon.com
pokemon.marilland.com
bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net
veekun.com


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