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This cheat for Pokemon X Version [Nintendo DS] has been posted at 12 Mar 2015 and is called "Best way to catch pokemon". If cheat is usable don't forgot thumbs up and share this with your freinds. And most important we have 2 other cheats for Pokemon X Version, look them as soon as possible!

Secret - Best way to catch pokemon

by Unregistered Mar 12, 2015

So, with over 700 pokes out there, you may find it difficult to catch them all. Even if you encounter your chosen 'mon in battle you still have to get it into a pokeball. However, if you're planning on going pokemon hunting, it helps to have a designated catching pokemon with you. This is a pokemon whose moves and stats have been carefully chosen to make it easier to catch pokemon.There are some specific attributes which are very helpful, and getting a pokemon who has them is invaluable.

(Note: ALWAYS have plenty of pokeballs. The last thing you want is to find the perfect pokemon, maybe even a shiny, and not have anything to catch it with. I recommend carrying at least 20 normal balls, and maybe some specialized ones as well, e.g. dive balls, although this varies depending on what pokemon you're trying to catch.)

1. Low HP

The lower a wild pokemon's HP, the easier it is to catch. You can use ordinary moves to do this, but there's a risk you'll KO it. Therefore the best moves to use are Hold Back and False Swipe, both of which will leave the target with at least 1 HP. The two moves have equal power and PP (both 40), and accuracy (100), but False Swipe is easier to get. Hold Back can only be learned by five pokemon, all of which are event pokemon. In fact, four of these events are not even for Pokemon X and Y! False Swipe on the other hand can be learnt by many pokemon, either by levelling up, breeding, or TM. I would definitely recommend getting a pokemon with this move.

2. Status conditions

A lot of pokemon are hard to catch, but inflicting a status condition makes it much easier. The best one is sleep, then paralysis. Sleep means the pokemon won't be able to move at all for a few turns (unless it knows a move like sleep talk or snore), and if you're lucky the pokemon might even put itself to sleep with Rest. However, most sleep-inflicting moves aren't very accurate, and they won't affect a pokemon with the Insomnia ability or Worry Seed status condition. Paralysis on the other hand won't wear off by itself and means the pokemon may not be able to attack. However, only one move causes just paralysis (others may cause it as well as doing damage): Thunder Wave. This is learnable by level up or TM though, and it has 100 accuracy. Also, paralysis won't affect an electric type pokemon.

3. Immobility

This isn't a problem with most pokemon, but some, for example roaming pokemon (not applicable in X and Y), and the infamous Abra, will run away on their first turn unless you stop them, making them very hard to catch except perhaps with quick balls. The two main ways to stop pokemon running away are either with an ability such as Arena Trap or Shadow Tag, or using a move like Mean Look. The abilities are good, but Arena Trap doesn't affect flying type pokemon, and Shadow Tag is only the ability for two pokemon (Wynaut and Wobbuffet, although Mega Gengar has the ability, and the Gothita line have it as a hidden ability). The target can also still escape using a Shed Shell or a move like Baton Pass, and it doesn't affect ghost types. All in all, your best bet is Mean Look.

4. Hitting ghost types

As I mentioned before, the best HP-lowering move is False Swipe, but it has one major failing: it is a normal type move. This means that it won't ordinarily hit a ghost-type pokemon. Luckily, there is a solution in the form of two moves: Foresight and Odor Sleuth. These basically mean you can hit a ghost-type with a normal- or fighting-type move. They also allow you to hit a very evasive target.

So, there are a lot of criteria for a catching 'mon, but luckily the game has given us a solution: Gallade. This pokemon is fairly difficult to obtain, particularly with all the required moves, but it is well worth the wait. This pokemon evolves from Ralts (available on Route 4) to Kirlia, and then from a male Kirlia when a Dawn Stone is used. It can learn False Swipe via TM, Hypnosis (an excellent sleep-causing move) as Kirlia at level 44, and Mean Look via breeding from a Litwick or Lampent. I tend to go for Psychic as a fourth move, as it's a good damage dealer. Gallade is Psychic and Fighting type, with strong HP and Attack. It also has a new Mega Evolution, which gives it the Inner Focus ability (prevents it from flinching) and raises its Attack, Defense and Speed stats by a total of 100. I love this pokemon, and have caught nearly all my other 'mons with it. I would really recommend getting a Gallade or something similar for catching and completing your own pokedex.

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