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Evolution Stones: 01**abd5; first slot replace ** with 08 - Moonstone 16 - Firestone 17 - Thunderstone 18 - Waterstone 22 - Leafstone 70 - Solarstone a9 - unknown stone
In Season Pokemon:
-Qilfish: First you need to battle Ralph the fisher with the Goldeen in route32, after the battle get
his number and then wait for his call. After you get his call you have 1/2 an hour to find Quilfish
-Dunsparce: As before, find Anthony the hiker in route33. Battle him, get his number, and wait for the call. You will find Dunsparce in the Dark Cave.
-Yanma: Find Arnie in route35 (easiest to get to from 37 if you have cut). Battle him, get his number, and wait.
-Snubbull: Battle Chad next to the Moo Moo Farm where you helped Miltank and do the same above.You'll find Snubbull in the area to the right.
-Marril: Find Parry in route45, beat him, get number, and wait for call. Marril will be found in Mt. Mortar.
-Remoraid: Find Wilton, battle him, get his number, and wait for his call. Remoraid is in the water of route44.
Battle wild Pokemon: 91**DFD0 Replace the ** with the corresponding number to the Pokemon you want to fight 98-Chickorita 99-Bayleef 9A-Meganium 9B-Cyndaquil 9C-Quilava 9D-Typlosion 9E-Totodile 9F-Croconaw A0-Feraligatr A1-Sentret A2-furret A3-Hoothoot A4-Noctowl A5-Ledyba A6-Ledian A7-Spinarak A8-Ariados A9-Crobat AA-Chinchou AB-Lanturn AC-Pichu AB-Cleffa AE-Igglybuff AF-Togepi B0-Togetic B1-Natu B2-Xatu B3-Mareep B4-Flaffy B5-Ampharos B6-Bellossom B7-Marill B8-Azumarill B9-Sudowoodo BA-Politoted BB-Hoppip BC-Skiploom BD-Jumpluff BE-Aipom BF-Sunkern C0-Sunflora C1-Yanma C2-Wooper C3-Quagsire C4-Espeon C5-Umbreon C6-Murkrow C7-Slowking C8-Misdreaveavus C9-Unown CA-Wobbuffet CB-Girafarig CC-Pineco CD-Forretress CE-Dunsparce CF-Gligar D0-Steelix D1-Snubbull D2-Granbull D3-Qwilfish D4-Scizor D5-Shuckle D6-Heracross D7-Sneasel D8-Teddiursa D9-Ursaring DA-Slugma DB-Magcargo DC-Swinub DD-Piloswine DE-Corsola DF-Remoraid E0-Octillery E1-Delibird E2-Mantine E3-Skarmory E4-Houndour E5-Houndoom E6-Kingdra E7-Phanby E8-Donphan E9-Porygon2 EA-Stantler EB-Smeargle EC-Tyrogue ED-Hitmontop EE-Smoochum EF-Elekid F0-Magby F1-Miltank F2-Blissey F3-Raikou F4-Entei F5-Suicune F6-Larvitar F7-Pupitar F8-Tyranitar F9-Lugia FA-Ho-oh FB-Celebi FD-Egg
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Change Normal Pokemon to Shining Pokemon in Gold & Silver:
If you want the full benefit of this code, use a Pokemon that can evolve. Otherwise, there will be some confusion with names and so forth.
First, place a flying pokemon that has been taught to FLY, as the first pokemon in your lineup, the "Golden Gyarados" as the sixth position, and the
pokemon whose color is to be changed in the second position. After doing this, put all of the pokemon back into the PC except the first one. Next, take out
the pokemon that was in the second position before, the one that will be changed. Enter the bug-catching contest that is near Kogane city. This is held on
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. As soon as you enter it, exit right away. When the clerk asks you if you want to quit, make sure you say NO, which
is always the lower answer. Now use your Flying Pokemon to FLY out of the contest. Store the pokemon that will be changed in a PC, then go back to the
contest and say YES, the top answer, to complete the contest. Return to a PC, withdraw the pokemon, and check its status screen. The pokemon will be a
different color, but it will have Gyarados's name. Grow the pokemon until it evolves. You may want to use Rare Candies if you have any. Now when you go
into battle with the evolved form of the original pokemon, it will have a shining status.
Equip a pokemon with a strong item, such as a Master Ball. Put a pokemon with FLY in the first position of your lineup. Put a very bad pokemon, such as
Rattata, in your second slot, and put the pokemon with the item to be duplicated in your sixth slot. Put all of the pokemon into a PC box except for the first
one. Take out the second one. Enter the Bug Catching contest, but exit it as soon as you enter. When the clerk asks you if you want to leave, say NO which
is always the bottom answer. Go back in and use the flying pokemon to leave the contest. Deposit the second pokemon back into a PC. Go back to the
contest and say YES, which is always the top answer, to finish. Now check your status screen. Your second pokemon should be in your possession, and it
will have the item you wanted to be duplicated attached to it. Take the item away from it, then throw the pokemon away. You may do this as many times as
you want to get the items you need.
Turn any Pokeball into a Masterball:
Throw the ball.When it's in midair press Up + B both at the same time and then let go. Then when the ball opens wide to catch the pokemon press and hold
A + B at the same time until the pokemon is caught. If it doesn't work try again and it'll work.
In order to breed any pokemon you already have, just breed that pokémon with a Ditto. Since Ditto will breed anything, it's easy to get a level five version of
any of your pokémon. Try this with Eevee or any of his evolutions to get all the Eevee evolutions!
Pokemon and Item Duplication:
There is a SEVERE WARNING before this code. If you make a mistake, you may lose the pokemon instead of duplicating it.
First, determine which pokemon you wish to clone. Make sure you don't have over 5 pokemon in your lineup. Any item that your pokemon is carrying
when it is cloned will duplicate also. Put the pokemon you wish to clone in a box on a PC. Change boxes. As the game is saving, turn off the power. When
you turn it back on, there should be two of the pokemon you wanted to clone.
Fight Pokemon Trainers Forever:
In Gold & Silver, there are some very special trainers. Some of these are the man near the entrance of "Ice Shortcut", a girl near the entrance of Victory
Road in route 26, and a man on route 28. After defeating these people, say "Yes" to their question, and they will give you their phone number. Continue on
your journey, and sometimes they will call you back for a rematch!
Rare Pokemon Trick:
When you come to a rare pokemon that you can only catch once, such as Usocky, Lugia, or Houou, go right next to the pokemon but do not press any
buttons. Save your game immediately. Now fight the pokemon as usual. If you catch him, then don't worry, you don't need the code. If you lose, however,
or you accidentally kill the pokemon, shut off the game without saving. When you turn it back on, you will be right in front of the pokemon and you have
another chance to catch him. You can keep doing this until you finally capture it!
When you arrive in Enjyu City, head straight to the tower. Your rival will confront you there, but he will not fight you. This saves time because if you get
the Gym Badge first and then go to the tower, your rival will fight you.
How to Get Ho-oH as Your First Pokemon:
Take 20 or more pokeballs then cut down any tree, now get to where the tree was and save your game. Then shut the game boy off. Then back on and find
a Ditto in 3:00 minutes. Then save and shut off the game. Now start a new game and you got Ho-oH.
Clone Pokemon (Without a link or second gameboy):
Go to the pokemon Center. Open PC and deposit 2 desired pokemon. It MUST be 2 pokemon. No more. No less. Deposit these two pokemon in any box
except box 6. Now go to box 6 and when your saving and it says not to turn off the power, turn it off. When you turn it back on, the two pokemon you
deposited should be in your party. Those are the clones! The two original pokemon should be in the box you deposited! You can do this over and over. My
friend got a bunch of L:95 Typhlosion!
How to Breed Pokemon:
First go to the daycare center with the old man and the old lady. ( I have only breeded the pokemon that are listed in the Game Faq). Give the male
pokemon to the old man and the female to the old lady. This code takes a long time. Whenever you see the old man standing outside it means the pokemon
made an egg. Its takes the same as when Togepi's egg hatched.
Gym Leader tactics: Use these Pokemon types to battle the Gym Leaders. Hayato (for Wind Badge) Pidgey: Use Electric type Pidgeotto: Use Electric type Unknown (for Insect Badge) Metapod: Use Fire type Kakuna: Use Fire type Scyther: Use Fire type Akane (for Normal Badge) Clefairy: Use Psychic type Mirutanku: Use Psychic type Unknown (for Phantom Badge) Ghastly: Use Psychic type Haunter: Use Psychic type Gengar: Use Psychic type Haunter: Use Psychic type Unknown (for Shock Badge) Primeape: Use Psychic type Poliwrath: Use Grass type Mikan (for Steel Badge) Magnemite: Use Fighting type Magnemite: Use Fighting type Haganail: Use Fighting type Unknown (for Ice Badge) Seel: Use Electric type Dewgong: Use Electric type Inomu: Use Electric type Ibuki (for Raging Badge) Dragonair: Use Fire type Dragonair: Use Fire type Kingudora: Use Fire type Dragonite: Use Fire type Lt. Surge (for Orange Badge) Raichu: Use Fighting type Magneton: Use Fighting type Electabuzz: Use Fighting type Electrode: Use Fighting type Electrode: Use Fighting type Sabrina (for Gold Badge) Mr.Mime: Use Psychic type Alakazam: Use Psychic type Eifi: Use Psychic type Erika (for Rainbow Badge) Tangela: Use Fire type Victreebell: Use Fire type Vileplume: Use Fire type ????: Use Fire type Anzu (for ?) Kurobatto: Use Psychic or Fire type Ariadosu: Use Psychic or Fire type Weezing: Use Psychic type Weezing: Use Psychic type Venomoth: Use Fire type Brock (for ?) Graveler: Use Grass type Onix: Use Grass type Rhyhorn: Use Grass type Omastar: Use Grass type Kabutops: Use Grass type Blane (for ?) Magakarugo: Use Water type Rapidash: Use Water type Magmar: Use Water type Gary (for ?) Pidgeot: Use Electric type Alakazam: Use Psychic type Exeguttor: Use Fire type Rhydon: Use Grass type Arcanine: Use Water type Ash Ketchum (Final battle for bragging rights) Pikachu: Use Fighting type Efi: Use Psychic type Blastiose: Use Electric type Venusaur: Use Fire type Charizard: Use Water type Snorlax: Use Fighting type Orange League Trainer Tactics: Use the following Pokemon types to battle the indicated Trainer. Itkusi Neiteio: Use Psychic or Fire type Slowbro: Use Psychic type Neiteio: Use Psychic or Fire type Jynx: Use Psychic type Exeggutor: Use Fire type Koga Araidosu: Use Psychic or Fire type Venomoth: Use Fire type Muk: Use Psychic type Kuroba: Use Psychic or Fire type Fuoretosu: Use Psychic or Fire type Bruno Kaporea: Use Psychic or Grass type Hitmonchan: Use Psychic type Hitmonlee: Use Psychic type Machamp: Use Psychic type Onix: Use Grass type Karin Burakki: Use Psychic or Fire type Vileplume: Use Fire type Gengar: Use Psychic type Yamikarasu: Use Psychic or Fire type Heruga: Use Psychic or Fire type Lance Gyrados: Use Grass type Dragonite: Use Electric type Dragonite: Use Electric type Dragonite: Use Electric type Aerodactyl: Use Grass type Charizard: Use Water type
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