PokeRus, super helpful. Deposite one of your mons in the PC so you can spread it to others laterpersonally i saved the given master ball for latios/lugia
of course, if i won extras in the lottery id use them for raikou and entei
just now, i healed my pokemon and the lady at the pokemart commented that my pokemon were infected with something which makes them grow exceptionally well. Has anyone else been told this in the games?
That was one of the problems with the PokéGear and its successor the Emerald PokéNav. They will call you a lot, to the point you would like a mute feature for them.Is it normal for trainers to ring up about their rematches? like i rung Falkner and agreed a rematch then 30 mins after he rings me and says "you know our plans to meet at the safron city fighting dojo, that's still on your mind isn't it?"
I thought they just happily waited until i showed up...
It happens every Monday night at Mt. Moon if I recall correctly. However, I think you only get the Moon Stone once.something both freaky and cool at same time just happened at mt moon outside.. a whole bunch of clefairy were there and did a ritule or something when they saw me, and left me a moon stone after.. is there a name for what i just saw take place?
From Bulbapedia (since I never completed the Pokéathlon things):I was wondering as i also play soulsilver/heartgold, in the pokeathlon i noticed there's a bunch of rooms and sometimes you get granted access if you do a certain thing (all courses with same one pokemon etc), what are all the rooms?
Bulbapedia said:In the basement, there are four rooms where information about the player's Pokémon can be seen, most of which can only be accessed by doing certain achievements in the Pokéathlon.
In this room, the player can see his or her point records in every course, and which Pokémon team was used to obtain each record.
Having a score of at least 420 in any course will display a Collective trophy (in the form of a crown) next to that course's medal. A score of 450 or higher will display two Collective trophies.
Unlocked by earning all five course medals (it doesn't have to be with the same team).
In this room, the player can see all the medals obtained for each individual Pokémon species. A species who has all five medals is considered to be a Medalist Pokémon.
A Trust trophy is obtained by getting a certain number of Pokémon species to Medalist status. The player gets such a trophy upon reaching 1, 2, 5, 10, 25, 50, 75, 100, 150, and 200 different Medalist Pokémon, for a total of ten trophies.
Other displayables in this room will be shown by completing the following tasks:
- Dash 5,000 times (golden Running Shoes)
- Join the Pokéathlon 50 times (golden track suit)
- Switch 200 times (red flag)
Unlocked by having at least one Medalist Pokémon.
In this room, the player can see a top five list of scores in each event (including "default" ones not set by the player), and the Pokémon used to obtain the event. Any default ones are seen as achieved by the three Johto starters. Scores obtained while playing in Link mode can also be viewed here, though they are kept separately from the single-player scores and cannot be used to unlock the Friendship room, the Trainer Star, or Potential trophies. The player can also see how many times he or she has played each event in single-player or link mode.
The table below gives viewers the default first place records one needs to beat, as well as the mastery record that unlocks a Potential trophy for that event. In addition, getting the first place record on every event here will unlock a star on the Trainer Card. Note that the first place records must be beaten, not merely tied, in contrast to the mastery records.