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Do not listen to the not untrue hints of picking the starters. Torchic is not the best one, duh thatz why we have three starters to pick.

Torchic is strong but every Pokemon has weakness.Treecko is fast, and Mudkip has good attacks.

Cheat/Hint: All of the Treecko starters invole it into a Sceptile and teach it these attacks to beat the Elite Four.

These attacks are:Drangon Claw,Leaf Blade,Earthquake,and Ariel Ace. Yes it can learn all these attacks!

Thanks For Reading.{Can some one tell me were to get another dig without gameshark or those, so i can get the Regis.

Don't tell me to get it at the Fossil Manicak's house plz.}

Added by: SETOGARY2003
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May 14th 2015 Guest
Level of a trapinch but press be alot until it stops eventually it will learn dig
ID #556221
Aug 5th 2014 Guest
get dig at the fossil maiac's house*

torchic IS the best starter
ID #431295
Jan 5th 2014 Guest
Groudon learns solarbeam
ID #339986
May 18th 2013 Guest
what do the code slots mean i mean it is a game boy advanced and if there was a code slot how do you get to it?
ID #283645
Mar 17th 2013 Guest
treeko = high speed
mudkip = high defense
torchic = high attack
ID #264748
Oct 24th 2012 Guest
You can get a pichu by getting a girl pickachu and a boy pickachu from the safari zone. Note that they show up rarely and it is not always the sex you want it to be but if you keep looking it will pop up. When they do show up, get close once, and then throw safari balls like crazy. After you catch these two, boy and girl, tke them to the daycare couple , roam around heonn region for about 45 minutes(or train your pokemon, makes that 45 minutes go by faster)go back to the daycare, and the old man wil be standing outside of his gate with your soon to be pichu(its in an egg)
ID #200497
Sep 30th 2012 Guest
Exactly don't listen to the crazy untrue hints! Like this one, the true reason why there are 3 starters is so you can find one whose battle style can fit your team. As he/she said Blazkein like most fire types are very strong and with the Fighting type, and Bulk Up Combo, giving it high Offensive power, but also lower Defensive Power. It has the largest moveset however few of the moves aren't STAB like Flying-Type Peck, but you can replace it with Ariel Ace. It's signature move in this Gen III is Blaze Kick. Sceptile has the highest SPD stat out of all of the Hoenn Starters, so you can train it to become a sweeper however due to its moveset not fitting its Base stats having a wide variety of Physical attacks a lack of Grass Type attacks and lack of to no Special attack you might want to try getting an Adamant Treecko at the start. However it can also learn Bulk Up allowing for terrifying Physical attacks, helping it become the sweeper, you'd want for an Elite Four Battle. Its signature move prior to Gen IV is Leaf Blade. Swampert however has a great variety of Water and Ground Type Moves making its moveset a great STAB boost. And if you don't like the water moves in its moveset there's always Mr. Surf from the HM list, which is one of the best Water-type moves according to me. It has the highest base stat total out of them all but only being 5 higher with the others standing by at 530. But the best part of Swamper isn't the Moves all total its the fact it only has one weakness Grass Types, it can though cover up that weakness with Ice Beam or Blizzard. But as its Sp. ATK is not as high as its ATK nor is its SPD stat around average, it can easily get KO'd by a fast Grass-Type like Sceptile, due to its double weakness to grass-types. Its signature move during this Generation is Muddy Water.

So really they should choose which one fits them the best, instead of someone else telling them which is hte best (I hate those people). Blaziken whose attacks would OHKO really well when being super effective against the opponent. A Sceptile set up, killer. Or even a cover up my weakness Mud fish. But please note that all Grass, Water and Fire type moves are Special in this game.
ID #190414
Aug 13th 2012 Guest
where can i find bellossom and pichu
ID #175536
May 4th 2012 Guest
i evolved starfire(actually it is a grovyle) so i can have a sceptile
ID #139393
May 4th 2012 Guest
Ahahah Nice HACK here~~~!!!!
ID #139174
Apr 9th 2012 Guest
lv 40-43
ID #131250
Apr 2nd 2012 Guest
no when nyou complete the game you go under water and to the end of that cave then if you have relicanth first and wailord last in your team use dig then it should say three doors have opened the first cave is at the desert right at the bottom right and one is near the left of the gym where you need flash to see in the dark and the third is at thye place where you get that weather changing pokemon theres a place where you surf to the left and there is a man behind him you will find him the first place i said has regirock second regiice third registeel they all have a move called superpower
ID #128686
Mar 28th 2012 supermoahid
Trapinch learns Dig at level 41, but only if you do NOT allow it to evolve into Vibrava.

Nincada learns Dig at level 45, but only if you do NOT allow it to evolve into Ninjask.
ID #127107
Aug 5th 2011 Guest
how do you get regigigas in pokemon ruby
ID #64407
Jun 23rd 2011 Guest
u can buy dig
ID #51648
Jun 21st 2011 Guest
Regice Registeel Regirock All of them together Regis
ID #51074
Jun 12th 2011 latias123
what kind of pokemon is a regis
ID #48637
Jun 2nd 2011 Guest
what u need to get the regis is a wailord, a relicanth, and swim to the dark patch of water after the city that is lying on the water...
ID #46550
May 22nd 2011 Guest
you dont need dig for the regis. All you need is alot of ULTRA BALLS
ID #44336
Apr 28th 2011 Guest
when you beat the gyms you can go there
ID #40292
Apr 27th 2011 Guest
where is victory road
ID #40043
Apr 1st 2011 Guest
get a trapinch then train it up to lvl 41 and dont let it evolve and it will now learn dig but if you evolved it it will learn screech
ID #35218
Jul 17th 2010 Guest
u can catch a lairon at victory road
ID #4936
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