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Walkthrough - Pokemon Colosseum
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PokÃ©mon Colosseum (GameCube) (English) Creation Date: 31 May 2004 Version: Complete ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ This FAQ is dedicated to Kao Megura. He inspired many people. 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Keep in mind that this FAQ/Walkthrough is completely finished when I put the short sentence "Version Complete" on top of the FAQ and the version number is changed to Complete or an abbreviation of the word like "Com". This is my 49th FAQ and I would appreciate it if you send tips and questions to wamd3992 [at] tiscali [dot] be or my second e-mail address fa354230 [at] skynet [dot] be. If you can talk Dutch by sending me a Personal Message on the forums of Gamed (www.gamed.nl) and Game Mania (www.gamemania.be\phpBB2). Anime fans can contact me at Anicom (www.anicom.org and www.anicom.org/forums) where my nickname is Chi Chi. Please don't add me on MSN if you want to ask questions about the game; everything I know about the game is in the FAQ. You can add me if you want but send a little mail who you are, where you found my FAQ and things like that. My Microsoft Messenger Address is fa354230 [at] skynet.be. -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Table of Contents =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- 1- Introduction [A100] 2- FAQ [A200] 3- Walkthrough Story Mode [A300] 3.1- Outskirt Stand [A301] 3.2- Phenac City [A302] 3.3- Construction Lot [A303] 3.4- Pyrite Town [A304] 3.5- Agate Village [A305] 3.6- Mt. Battle [A306] 3.7- The Under [A307] 3.8- Shadow PokÃ©mon Lab [A308] 3.9- The Under [A309] 3.10- Realgam Tower [A310] 3.11- Team Snagem Hideout and Shadow PokÃ©mon Lab [A311] 3.12- The Colosseum challenges [A312] 3.13- Catching the Shadow PokÃ©mon [A313] 3.14- Mt. Battle 100 Trainer challenge [A314] 4- Shadow PokÃ©mon [A400] 4.1- What is a Shadow PokÃ©mon? [A401] 4.2- Shadow PokÃ©mon locations [A402] 4.3- Purifying Shadow PokÃ©mon [A403] 4.4- Hyper Mode [A404] 5- Battling [A500] 5.1- Battle Screen [A501] 5.2- Snagging PokÃ©mon [A502] 5.3- Type Advantages [A503] 5.4- Status ailments [A504] 5.5- PokÃ©mon Nature and Stats [A505] 5.6- PokÃ©mon Strategy Memo [A506] 5.7- Individual and Effort Values [A507] 6- Menu Screen [A600] 6.1- PokÃ©mon [A601] 6.2- P*DA [A602] 6.3- PC [A603] 7- Items [A700] 7.1- Items [A701] 7.2- Pokeballs [A702] 7.3- Key Items [A703] 7.4- Shop List [A704] 7.5- Berries [A705] 8- Attacks [A800] 8.1- Regular Attacks [A801] 8.2- Technical Machines [A802] 8.3- Abilities [A803] 9- Battle Mode [A900] 9.1- Importing PokÃ©mon [A901] 9.2- Different Modes [A902] 10- Loose Ends [B000] 10.1- Copyright [B001] 10.2- Contacting the Author [B002] 10.3- Environment Rant - Very Important for a FAQ this size [B003] 10.4- Version History [B004] 10.5- Credits [B005] 10.6- Info about the Author [B006] _______________________________________________________________________________ IMPORTANT --------- How to use the search string: Select the number next to the section title. Right click and choose "Copy" and press Control (Ctrl) and F at the same time after copying the code. A box will pop up. Paste the code in the box and press Enter. After pressing Enter a second time, you'll end up in the right section. _______________________________________________________________________________ [* ] I already started this section but I need more time to finish it. [**] This section hasn't been started yet. [ ] I finished it completely. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 1- Introduction [A100] =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Well, an incredible thing happened. I didn't care a lot about PokÃ©mon Colosseum. I never played any of the PokÃ©mon Stadium games and Sapphire got a bit boring. However, a couple of weeks before the launch of PokÃ©mon Colosseum I started looking out for the game. It was the child in me that was looking out for the game. I bought it a week after the release; I even got my dad to drive me to the store while I normally just use the bus. I started playing and easily leveled up my PokÃ©mon to incredibly high levels, I got my PokÃ©mon to level 60 before I fought against the third admin and I realized that many people had problems with the game and that there aren't many walkthroughs available that is why I started this thing. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 2- FAQ [A200] =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=  [Q]. What are those numbers like [A300] next to the title of every section? [A] It is the search engine of this FAQ. Press Ctrl and F. Type in the Search code for the section you want to visit. You should be there in two steps.  [Q]. Does this game contain a Nintendo VIP card? [A] Yes, the European version contains a card with the code. The game gives you 250 stars. You'll get a couple of wallpapers and the like. The only good thing you get is access to the Premium PokÃ©dex. You'll get a Winamp Skin if you have registered PokÃ©mon Ruby or Sapphire.  [Q]. Why can't I link with Ruby and Sapphire in the story mode? [A] You'll have to defeat the final boss to be able to trade.  [Q]. How can I get Jirachi? [A] It is on a bonus disk that is delivered with PokÃ©mon Channel in Europe. You could also get it on a bonus disk if you preorder PokÃ©mon in North America.  [Q]. What is in the PokÃ©mon Colosseum GameCube Pack? [A] That pack contains a Memory Card 251, a GameCube, PokÃ©mon Colosseum, PokÃ©mon Box. PokÃ©mon Box is handy because Colosseum only has rooms for 96 PokÃ©mon. (There are places 90 in the boxes and 6 in your party.)  [Q]. Can you get Shiny PokÃ©mon in this game? [A] Yes, you can still encounter Shiny PokÃ©mon although the chance is slim that you'll ever be able to get one. Shiny PokÃ©mon don't have exceptional stats or special moves, they are just Shiny.  [Q]. Do you know any good places to train? [A] I usually train my PokÃ©mon against Cail in Pyrite Town or at Mt Battle.  [Q]. How do you obtain the Ho-oh? [A] You have to catch all Shadow PokÃ©mon and purify them. After that, you have to use the PokÃ©mon from Story Mode to beat Mt Battle in Colosseum mode. After beating the last trainer, you'll get Ho-oh.  [Q]. Do I have to use the PokÃ©mon you suggest? [A] No, it is only a suggestion. You can use other PokÃ©mon too but I list the best combination of types to play through the game.  [Q]. Do you get experience for raising a Shadow PokÃ©mon at the Day Care? [A] No, only regular PokÃ©mon get experience at the Day Care0  [Q]. Should I replace Thunder because it misses so much? [A] No, just team the PokÃ©mon that knows Thunder up with one that knows Rain Dance. =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= 3- Walkthrough Story Mode [A300] =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= You start the game by selecting a name for yourself. I named him Wes and I'll keep referring to him as Wes. The game starts with an opening movie showing how Wes blows up the Team Snagem hideout and runs out of there with his trusted Espeon and Umbreon. A couple of moments later, the hideout explodes. =============================================================================== 3.1- Outskirt Stand [A301] =============================================================================== There is not much you can do in Outskirt stand. You'll see two men coming out of the building and starting a conversation about how well they did. They sure look suspicious though. Just enter the locomotive that turns out to be a cafÃ©. There is a news bulletin on the television about the explosion in the Team Snagem hideout. All members of Team Snagem have left the building before the police came there. You don't have to talk to the people in the cafÃ©. They don't say anything important. They can give you some information about Team Snagem but that is it. Leave the train and a trainer called Willie will come after you. He wants to battle against you. I'd accept his offer. It isn't a difficult battle. He sends out two Zigzagzoon that are level 24. Your PokÃ©mon are level 25 (Espeon) and 26 (Umbreon). Let Espeon use 'Confusion'. It will kill a Zigzagzoon. Umbreon his attack will almost kill his opponent but the chance his big that it will survive so you'll need to attack one more time. You defeated Rider Willie. He tells you about Phenac City go away from the Outskirt Stand and go to Phenac City. =============================================================================== 3.2- Phenac City [A302] =============================================================================== >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> You'll start with a battle in Phenac City. There is a scream from inside of the sack and the suspicious guys think you heard it, so they'll attack you. They have 2 Whismur, one of level 24 and one level 25. Let Espeon use Confuse on the level 25 to knock him out. Let Umbreon use Bite on the other one too. You won't kill it so you'll need to attack a second time. After that, Umbreon will reach level 27. They run away and leave the bag behind. Stand in front of the bag and press A to open the bag. A girl will come out and you'll need to give her a name. I'll refer to her as Rui. Visit the PokÃ©mon Center to heal your PokÃ©mon. The guy at the PokÃ©mon Center with his Marill doesn't want to fight right now so you'll have to come back later. On the right side of the village, you'll find an old guy that wants to battle. I suggest that you fight him to train your PokÃ©mon. He sends out a Sentret (level 25) and Hoothoot (Level 25). Use Call on your PokÃ©mon if he falls asleep. Go up the stairs behind the fountain. You can visit the Pre Gym that is lead by Justy. If you want, you can battle his trainers. I suggest that you defeat them now; your level is high enough. There are four trainers in total. The first one uses grass types. They're around level 26-27. Just keep using the same attacks as in the last battles (Bite and Confusion). If you followed this FAQ, Espeon will rise to level 26. He uses Hoppip and Sunkern. The second trainer specializes in Water PokÃ©mon and uses Marill (26) and Surskit (27). Let Espeon and Umbreon focus their attacks on one PokÃ©mon so that it'll go down in one turn instead of hurting both PokÃ©mon. The third trainer will use, you should already know, fire type PokÃ©mon. He sends out Trapinch and Swinub, they're not 100% fire types but they're close enough. With a bit of luck, these two PokÃ©mon will both go down with a single attack. The fourth and last trainer uses Geodude and Rhyhorn. Confusion (and other Psychic attacks) is very effective against Rock PokÃ©mon. It is too bad that Umbreon can't do much damage to these PokÃ©mon. After that, you'll have to talk to Justy and he says he'll challenge you when you have six PokÃ©mon and he gives you a White Herb. Go outside for a short moment and go talk to the teacher at the other side of the gym when you come back in and she'll give you the Strategy Memo. If you go to the right of the gym, you'll see a house. There is a kid that wants to fight you behind that house. He has a Wurmple and a Cascoon. He won't prove much of a challenge. Umbreon will reach level 28 after this fight. The boy will give you TM41. You can find the Phenac Colosseum behind the gym but it is closed for now. It might be a good time to visit the Mayor now. He lives close by. He lives to the left of the gym. When you want to enter it, a mysterious guy (Nascour) will leave it. Talk to the mayor and Rui will explain the situation. He'll ask for a little time to investigate so go save at the PokÃ©mon Center. When you go inside of the PokÃ©mon Stadium again, you'll be attacked by Team Snagem members when you come out. They make it clear that you are a traitor because you blew up their hideout. They tell Rui that Wes was the best PokÃ©mon thief of Team Snagem. They want to steal the Snag machine from you so you'll have to fight to defend yourself. The Snagem member will send out Corphish and Koffing. Use Confusion on Koffing and he'll faint. Espeon will rise to level 27. Rui realizes that Wes can catch all Shadow PokÃ©mon to purify them. She suggests that you go buy a couple of Pokeballs but the shop in Phenac City doesn't sell any. You'll have to go back to the Outskirt Stand and talk to the owner of the bar. He still has Pokeballs. You must talk to the guy at the table on the second floor in the Phenac City shop first tough. You'll first get five Pokeballs for free but buy ten Pokeballs after that and get a Premier Ball for free. Buy a couple of Great Balls too. It will save you the trip later on when you're in Pyrite Town. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Head back to Phenac and the lady at the entrance will tell you about a couple of scary guys, including the ones that kidnapped Rui. Save and then go to the Mayor's house and they'll be there. It is Mirror B and his henchmen, Mirror B will leave and you'll have to fight one of his henchmen. Peon Folly sends out a Whismur and a Lotad because he only has those two. Use Confusion against Whismur and Bite Lotad. Attack Lotad once more and the fight should be over. ________________ | | After that Mirror B. Peon Trudly attacks you. He owns three | Shadow PokÃ©mon | PokÃ©mon: Duskull, Spinarak and the Shadow PokÃ©mon Makuhita. | Makuhita | Use Confusion against Spinarak and Bite the Duskull. You | | can't hurt him with psychic attacks but he is weak against | Level 30 | Dark Attacks. In the second part of the fight, let Espeon |________________| use Return on Makuhita and attack Duskull with Bite. Don't use Confusion against Makuhita, it will kill him. Use Return instead. Bring his health down to the red/yellow part and use Pokeballs until you catch him. Go save. After that, you'll have to leave for Pyrite Town but all exits are blocked by Mirror B. Henchmen. Each one of them as a Gold/Silver Starter's second evolution. The green one has Bayleef, the red one Quilava and the blue one Croconaw. I suggest going for Bayleef because with Entei and Mantine later in the game, you'll have good PokÃ©mon from that kind. This walkthrough only describes the fight with the Bayleef trainer at the moment but the fight with the Croconaw and Quilava trainer are about the same. You can't steal all of them. I suggest you take Bayleef but if you want another one, go right ahead. The strategy remains the same for all the fights. The following bit is my recommendation on which one you have to catch. Bayleef: There isn't any other good Grass PokÃ©mon in this game. You don't have to use him a lot but he might be handy at the start against Water PokÃ©mon. He can be found at the exit next to the mayor's home. Quilava: There are a couple of Fire PokÃ©mon in the game. Slugma is kind of slow and he doesn't get any faster but he is strong. Entei is the best choice for a Fire PokÃ©mon but you only get him later. You don't need Quilava in my opinion. He is at the exit on the other side of the town. Croconaw: This game contains a lot of strong Water PokÃ©mon. I'd recommend getting Mantine in the next town. He should be immune to Earthquake which makes him a good benefit at some places. You can get him in Pyrite Town so you won't miss him. He is at the entrance you used to enter the town. ________________ | | The trainer has three PokÃ©mon: Bayleef, Grimer and Spoink. | Shadow PokÃ©mon | First bring down Bayleef's HP until you can catch him with | Bayleef | Umbreon's Bite. Repeat that about three times. He'll use | | Shadow Rush too so he'll be in his red bar (unless he uses | Level 30 | Synthesis). Use Confusion to kill Spoink and Grimer with one |________________| attack each. The fight is over and you can go to the Construction Lot. =============================================================================== 3.3- Construction Lot [A303] =============================================================================== There isn't a lot you can do here right now. You can only talk to the construction workers. Just leave as soon as you have looked around and go to Pyrite Town. You'll have to come back here later to pick up a missing gear. =============================================================================== 3.4- Pyrite Town [A304] =============================================================================== >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Go to Duking's house and press A when you're next to the bookshelves. A secret door will open. Go in and talk to the kids. Come back up and watch the little movie. Silva is talking to Duking about the current situation in Pyrite Town. Leave the building and go to the inn. It is behind Duking's place. There is a trainer in front of the building. The trainer has Slakoth, Sentret, and Taillow. Use the Shadow PokÃ©mon you captured in Phenac City to purify them. Go further in the town and attack the female chaser there. She has Golbat and Gulpin who can be killed with Espeon's attacks. Go to the circle with all the trainers around it. ________________ | | Ledyba, Wingull and Noctowl are Rider Nover's PokÃ©mon. Use | Shadow PokÃ©mon | Psychic attacks against Ledyba and use your Shadow | Noctowl | PokÃ©mon against the other two. | | | Level 30 | |________________| ________________ | | Street Performer Diogo only has two PokÃ©mon: Flaaffy and | Shadow PokÃ©mon | Shroomish. Shroomish is bad against fire and Flaaffy | Flaaffy | against Ground. | | | Level 30 | |________________| ________________ | | Rider Leba has Oddish, Dustox and Skiploom. If you have a | Shadow PokÃ©mon | PokÃ©mon with a Fire attack, he would be very handy here. | Skiploom | You can use Psychic attacks against those PokÃ©mon too. | | | Level 30 | |________________| ________________ | | The Bandana Guy only has two PokÃ©mon. They are Psyduck and | Shadow PokÃ©mon | Quagsire. Use regular attacks against them both but don't | Quagsire | forget to catch Quagsire. You should make sure you have | | enough Balls. | Level 30 | |________________| ________________ | | Rider Vant has Zigzagzoon, Skitty and Misdreavus. Use | Shadow PokÃ©mon | regular attacks against Zigzagzoon and Skitty. Withdraw | Misdreavus | Espeon when Misdreavus comes out. He can hardly do damage | | and is very weak against Misdreavus' Shadow Ball. | Level 30 | |________________| ________________ | | The sixth trainer is behind the circle, he is the leader of | Shadow PokÃ©mon | this gang. He has four PokÃ©mon so he can be a challenge. He | Slugma | has Azurill, Swablu, Igglybuff and Slugma. Azurill and | | Igglybuff are weak against Makuhita's Fighting attack. | Level 30 | Don't use Water attacks against Slugma. |________________| You can battle again against all those trainers after leaving Pyrite Town for five seconds. Advance and use the bridge. Go inside the Colosseum and talk to the people. They'll tell you about a trainer that won the last competition and has a Shadow PokÃ©mon. It is Cail and he is waiting at the entrance. ________________ | | Rogue Cail has Ralts, Seedot and Machop besides his Shadow | Shadow PokÃ©mon | PokÃ©mon. Ralts is bad against Dark PokÃ©mon and Machop can | Furret | be killed with a single Psychic attack. | | | Level 33 | |________________| Go to the Colosseum after the movie, a man in a White lab coat will come out from one of the buildings. Talk with him (in and outside of the building). He will tell you that a piece from the Generator was stolen. Go to the Construction Site. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Go to the Construction Lot. The Missing Gear is in the upper right corner. Go back to the room with the generator. Install the Gear again and talk to the people there. Go to the Colosseum now. You'll have to win the challenge to get access to the Shadow PokÃ©mon building. The first trainer uses Barboach and Sandshrew. Sandshrew is weak against Water/Grass attacks. Use electric against Barboach if Flaaffy is purified enough. The second trainer has Natu and Meditite. Use Dark Attacks against Natu and Psychic against Meditite. All PokÃ©mon up until now are level 30. The third trainer uses Electrike (30), Cacnea (31), and Vulpix (32). Cacnea is weak against Fire, Ground attacks are super effective against Electrike, and Vulpix can't stand Water. The Fourth trainer has Magnemite (31), Bagon (32), Goldeen (32), and Delibird (34). Use Electric attacks to fight Bagon and Goldeen. Use Fighting attacks against Delibird. You'll get Toxic for winning. Go outside and talk to the Cipher Peon. He'll bring you to the previously locked building. One of the Peons in the building recognizes you. One of the trainers will attack you. ________________ | | Cipher Peon Nore has Pineco, Surskit and Nincada besides | Shadow PokÃ©mon | his Yanma. They're around level 32. Use Psychic attacks | Yanma | against Nincada. | | | Level 30 | |________________| Grab the Ein File H and go to the elevator. Attack the trainer. It is a female chase with Phanpy and Trapinch. Use Water/Psychic against them. Go to the next room where a boy stands with a Taillow and a Hoothoot. Electric Attacks are very effective. You can use the PC and the Heal machine now. I'm not going to give detailed instructions as it is impossible to get lost in this building. Use the stairs and fight a Bandana Guy with Larvitar (weak against Water), Carvanha, and Barboach. Use electric attacks against them. The next trainer has Remoraid and Magnemite. Use Electric and Ground attacks. The next opponent has Wingull and Wooper. You can use electric attacks if Flaaffy is purified enough. You could also use Grass Attacks against Wooper. The next trainer has Electrike and Voltorb. They're both level 31. Use Makuhita. Use the stairs and fight the female trainer there. She has Swablu, Doduo and Ledyba. Use Psychic attacks against Ledyba. If you have healed Flaaffy enough, you can use him against Doduo and Swablu. The next trainer has a Spheal and a Snorunt. Use electric attacks against Spheal and a Fire attack against Glalie his pre-evolution, Snorunt. You can find a Treasure chest on this floor too, check in every room to find chests. Advance to find another two trainers on this floor. The first trainer has Horsea, Sandshrew and Oddish. Horsea can't stand electric attacks. Oddish can be defeated with Fire attacks so you can use Slugma/Quilava if they're purified. Use Espeon's Confusion against Sandshrew. The last trainer on this floor has Cacnea and Tentacool. Use Fire attacks against Cacnea and electric ones against Tentacool if you can. Use the stairs to go to the last floor of this building. Go past the trainer and use the door that is a bit further. A short movie will start starring Silva. ________________ | | The first trainer has Remoraid, Luvdisc and Spinarak. Use | Shadow PokÃ©mon | electric attacks against Luvdisc and Psychic attacks | Remoraid | against Spinarak. I wouldn't try to attack Remoraid at the | | moment unless you have a really weak attack. If you killed | Level 20 | him by accident, use an untrained Plusle later. The next |________________| trainer will attack immediately. ________________ | | Mirror B Peon Ferma has Furret, Aipom, Yanma and Mantine. | Shadow PokÃ©mon | Use Fighting attacks against Furret and Aipom if you use | Mantine | Makuhita. Use Espeon against Yanma. Mantine is good for | | your team, he is a strong PokÃ©mon. | Level 33 | |________________| Pick up the Ein File and talk to Silva. Go down the stairs in the room and use the elevator. Pick up the Hyper Potions and heal yourself. Go up the stairs again and attack the trainer you passed the last time up there. It turns out that he is one of Mirror B's henchmen too. ________________ | | The Hunter has three level 33 PokÃ©mon. They are Goldeen, | Shadow PokÃ©mon | Linoone, and Qwilfish. Qwilfish and Goldeen are bad against | Qwilfish | electric attacks. Use Fighting attacks against Linoone. | | | Level 33 | |________________| >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Enter the cave after defeating the guard in front of it. Go to the right of your television screen until you can't progress anymore. You'll find a Treasure Chest there that contains three ethers. Go back until you see a road that heads north. Go through it to reach another Treasure chest. Go back to the stairs you saw and battle the trainer. That trainer has an Anorith and a Lotad. Use Psychic moves against Anorith and electric against Lotad. Go down using the stairs. There is a trainer there. It is a chaser with Ralts, Koffing, and Shroomish as PokÃ©mon. Use Dark Attacks against Ralts and Psychic against Koffing. Use Fire PokÃ©mon to kill Shroomish. Use the next pair of stairs to go up again. This area leads to nowhere but it has two trainers and a trainer chest so it is certainly worth visiting. The chest contains three Ultra Balls. The first trainer has a Geodude, a Lotad, a Snorunt, and a Slakoth. Geodude can be killed with Psychic moves. Use Fire against Lotad and Snorunt. Slakoth is bad against Fighting PokÃ©mon. The other fight is a bit harder. That trainer has four PokÃ©mon, they're all Lotad. You probably don't have anything that is super effective against him so use Electric/Fire attacks. ________________ | | Go back down the stairs and head north this time. You'll | Shadow PokÃ©mon | encounter a trainer with a Shadow Meditite. The trainer also | Meditite | has Bagon and Numel. Use Water against Numel and Ice attacks | | against the Dragon PokÃ©mon Bagon. | Level 33 | |________________| Go a bit further and turn right. Battle the trainer. He has Lotad, Slakoth, and Whismur. Whismur and Slakoth are bad against Fighting attacks. (Makuhita) Lotad has no weakness that you can exploit at the moment. Fire/Electric attacks do normal damage. You can get a Full Heal from the Treasure Chest after the fight. Go back to the stairs and go down. Walk to the west and you'll encounter a female trainer. ________________ | | This trainer has Dunsparce, Mareep, and Cacnea. Use Fire to | Shadow PokÃ©mon | defeat Cacnea and use Ground/Fighting attacks against Mareep | Dunsparce | so that only Dunsparce remains. Try to weaken him with Dark | | attacks. | Level 33 | |________________| Advance and you'll finally find a PC to save. You can heal your PokÃ©mon so you won't have to go outside. Use the stairs. There is a trainer immediately after the stairs. He has Lotad and Lombre. Lotad and Lombre have no weakness that you can exploit at the moment. Fight the trainer next to the stairs. ________________ | | Hunter Zalo uses Lotad, Lombre, Beldum, and Swablu. Use | Shadow PokÃ©mon | regular attacks against Lotad and Lombre. Don't use Water | Swablu | attacks. Beldum is weak against Fire and Dark. Swablu is bad | | against Ice Attacks but you don't have those. Don't be | Level 33 | afraid of killing him with one hit. |________________| Ignore the stairs and go to the right. The trainer you see has Pineco, Shuppet, and Koffing. Use Psychic against Koffing and Dark against Shuppet. Use Fire against Pineco. Go to the south where you should find another item. Go back to the last staircase you saw. It will lead you to many treasure chests. Go to the left and defeat the trainer with the two Zigzagzoon and Linoone. Anything should kill them. You don't need a strategy here. After beating him, you'll reach the chests containing Zinc, Protein, Carbos, and Iron. Go back to the stairs. If you want, you can go to the north there and battle two more trainers. You won't get anything for it though. The first of those trainers uses Natu, Tentacool, and Teddiursa. Use Dark Attacks against Natu, Fighting against Teddiursa and Electric/Grass against Tentacool. Spheal (34), Lileep (32), and Dustox (33) are the PokÃ©mon of the first trainer. Electric Attacks work great against Spheal. Lileep and Dustox should be defeated with Fire attacks. Use the stairs again and head back to the staircase you didn't use yet. Follow the path and you'll eventually find Cipher Admin Mirror B. ________________ | | Mirror B is the first Cipher Admin that is going to fall. He | Shadow PokÃ©mon | has four Ludicolo and a Sudowoodo. Sudowoodo is a Shadow | Sudowoodo | PokÃ©mon. Ludicolo is a Grass/Water type so there aren't many | | super effective attacks. Your best bet is to use Fire and | Level 35 | Electric moves. |________________| Get the Ein File that is lying on the ground. Don't forget the TM. Go to the next room. Open the chest that contains the Macho Brace and talk to Plusle. Duking will come in and give you Plusle. Go to the Police Office and take the Jail Key from the table. Release the prisoners and grab the TM at the table. It contains Thief. Go to the Fortune Teller after beating Mirror B. She will suggest that you go and visit Agate Village. You can now go there. You can also battle against everyone again. You should try to level up against Cail and battle the trainers at the square to purify your PokÃ©mon. =============================================================================== 3.5- Agate Village [A305] =============================================================================== Walk around the town. There are many Treasure Chests. You can find an old man with his Taillow. He'll give you a Berry every day. There is also a Treasure chest with an Exp. Share item. You have to go behind one of the houses to reach it. If you go down the hill at the PokÃ©mon Center and follow the path at the front of the screen, you'll find Quick Claw in a chest. Go to the house with the tree on the top. It is Eagun and Beluh's home. If you go in, Rui will start talking to them and they're relieved to see their granddaughter is all right. She introduces you to them. A man will come barging in and saying that someone is in Relic Forest. Eagun goes there and you have to go and help him. Go to the PokÃ©mon Center and head down the hill there. Enter the cave and you will have to fight Cipher Peon Doven. She has two Water PokÃ©mon so I hope that your Flaaffy has been trained so that he has an electric attack. If he has, taking down Spheal and Carvanha will be easy. Otherwise, you should use Bayleef if you chose him in Phenac City. Cipher peon Silton is the next opponent. He has Cacnea and Shroomish. Fire attacks like that of Slugma are effective. You can use Espeon's Confusion to attack the other PokÃ©mon. Proceed a little further and another Peon will appear. This one will drop from the ceiling. This one has three level 35 PokÃ©mon: Ralts, Kirlia, and Baltoy. Use Water attacks against Baltoy. You can also use Dark Attacks against all of them. Don't use Psychic attacks because they aren't effective. Go save now because an important fight will follow. If you go further, you'll see that Eagun is fighting a Cipher Peon. He has his Level 50 Pikachu and the opponent uses a Shadow Hitmontop that is level 38. With only two attacks, Pikachu is defeated. ________________ | | This Cipher Peon has four PokÃ©mon Geodude (38), Wynaut (37), | Shadow PokÃ©mon | Clamperl (38) and Hitmontop (38). Use Psychic/Water attacks | Hitmontop | against Geodude. Clamperl is weak against electric attacks | | so bring