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Snagging FAQ by josher1212

Version: 1.10 | Updated: 07/23/2004

Pokemon Colosseum - Snagging FAQ
(C) 2004 Josher_1212@sbcglobal.net
v1.10
07/09/04

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1. Contents
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1. Contents
2. Legal Junk
3. What is Snagging/Shadow Pokemon?
4. General Tips
5. Snag List
6. Credits
7. Version History
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2. Legal Junk
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3. What is Snagging/Shadow Pokemon?

Snagging a Pokemon is something an ordinary Trainer should never do.
Using a special contraption called a Snag Machine, ordinary Poke Balls
become Snag Balls, capable of stealing (Snagging) a Trainer's Pokemon
right in the middle of a battle! It is illegal and very criminal.

However, you have a reason to do it. You can only Snag certain Pokemon
known as Shadow Pokemon. A criminal syndicate by the name of Cipher has
created 48 fighting machines known as Shadow Pokemon. How did they do
it? By artificially closing the door to the Pokemon's heart. This means
the relationship between Pokemon and Trainer is nonexistent. The Pokemon
may even go as far as to attack people at random, including its own
Trainer!
Your job is to save them all. And you know what else? If you're a big
Gold/Silver fan and bought Ruby and/or Sapphire, you have another incentive.
Most of the Shadow Pokemon you are to Snag are from those older games!

When you Snag a Shadow Pokemon, it only has one move: Shadow Rush.
It's a typeless move with infinite PP, 90 Power, and 100 Accuracy.
12.5% of the damage it inflicts is delivered as recoil damage to the
user. Shadow Pokemon don't gain EXP. Instead, they have a 5-level
Heart Gauge, which you want to empty by keeping them in your party,
using them in battle, putting them in the Day-Care center, or
using Scents on them. You can also call out its name, which also
dispels Hyper Mode (more on that later.) Which one works best
depends on the Pokemon's nature, revealed when a Shadow Pokemon
is purified 40%.

When a Pokemon uses Shadow Rush, it may instead go into Hyper Mode.
When a Pokemon is in Hyper Mode, you can't use items on it. It
periodically will not listen to you in battle, but if it uses Shadow
Rush in this state, it'll likely get a Critical Hit. Calling out its
name dispels Hyper Mode.

When a Shadow Pokemon is purified 40% of the way, it begins to
accumulate EXP and EVs, but it does not receive them until it
is purified completely at the Relic Stone. 
--- Thanks, PkmnMstr10@aol.com!

When your Pokemon's Heart Gauge goes down, it will remember its regular
moves and can use them for you. It remembers the first one at 20%
purification, the second at 60%, and the third at 80%. Its nature is
revealed at 40%. Once its Heart Gauge is empty, it has reached 99%
purification. At this point, take it to the Relic Stone in Agate Village.
It will become 100% purified, forget Shadow Rush, and learn its fourth
move, typically quite powerful. It will also regain all the EXP it
built up as a Shadow Pokemon, typically enough to level-up several times.
It will receive a Ribbon, and you can rename it if you desire. Needless to
say, it can't enter Hyper Mode after being purified. You can now re-order
its moves, and after you finish the game, transfer it to your Pokemon
Ruby/Sapphire if you have a GCN/GBA cable.
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4. General Tips

Snagging Shadow Pokemon is much like catching ordinary ones. But since
your roster is much more limited in this game, it takes a little more
finesse to Snag. Here are some general hints:

1. Get the Pokemon's HP low.

2. Give it a status effect other than Burn or Poison.

3. Use attacks with low base Power or attacks the Shadow Pokemon
   has a resistance to.

4. Use effects like Hail or Sandstorm to whittle away the Shadow
   Pokemon's HP, provided you can change the weather to Rain Dance
   or Sunny Day at any time.

5. Carry lots of Ultra Balls.

6. The RESET button is your friend. Save every time you successfully
   Snag a Pokemon.
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5. Snag List

The heart of the FAQ, it tells you where each and every Shadow Pokemon
in the game is, and the simplest way to Snag it.

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01/48  Makuhita
Trainer - Miror B. Peon Trudly
Location - Phenac City
Type - Fight
Level - 30

Recommended Team - Espeon ~Lv26
                   Umbreon ~Lv27

Make sure you've got a few Great Balls before trying to Snag it.
This is your first Snag opportunity, and a very easy one. To get
to it, you've got to go through a Duskull and Spinarak, but they're
no problem. Now you see the Shadow Makuhita. The trick to Snagging
is not to KO it inadvertently. That means no Super-effective attacks.
In other words, waste Espeon's turn by using non-damaging moves or
the Call command, and have Umbreon use Bite until Makuhita's HP
is in the red (20%), or at least one-third. Now take out one of your
Great Balls and attempt to Snag it. You should be able to do so with
little trouble. If it happens to escape, throw another Ball.

If you miss this opportunity, you can battle this trainer
again  at the lair of Miror B. after you finish the game.
He'll battle you until you Snag his Makuhita.
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[NOTE! Depending on which exit you take out of Phenac City,
you will face a different trainer, each with a different G/S
starter. This guide will follow Croconaw.]
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02/48  Croconaw
Trainer - Cipher Peon Bluno
Location - Phenac City
Type - Water
Level - 30

Recommended Team - Espeon ~Lv26
                   Umbreon ~Lv27
                   Makuhita ~Lv30

You've only got one chance to Snag this Pokemon, so save your game
beforehand. You'll need to get through a Spoink and a Grimer
regardless of who you challenged, but they're easy as pie. Now onto
the Snag...

This Snag will be harder than the last one. Since neither of your
Pokemon's attacks will have an advantage/disadvantage over any of
the Shadow Pokemon, use Bite. Don't let Makuhita battle, Shadow
Rush is too powerful. You don't want to use Confusion either, because
of the possiblity of confusing it. Get its HP into the red and
use your Great Balls. Continue to throw Balls at it until you Snag.
The backlash from Shadow Rush will make this attempt easier over time.
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03/48  Misdreavus
Trainer - Rider Vant
Location - Duel Square (Pyrite Town)
Type - Ghost
Level - 30

Recommended Team - Espeon ~Lv26
                   Umbreon ~Lv27
                   Makuhita ~Lv30
                   Croconaw ~Lv30

You have infinite chances to Snag Misdreavus. If you mess up, just
enter and exit a building, scope the Trainer out, and you get another
try. Misdreavus is a must-Snag. It's got Pain Split, which helps the
Snagging process tremendously, as well as some status moves. You've
got to go through a Zigzagoon and a Skitty (watch for Attraction)
first. I'd use Umbreon and Croconaw for this Snag. Have Umbreon use
Bite once and Croconaw use Shadow Rush. This should take Misdreavus
down to the red or low orange HP. Now you can try to Snag it. If it
resists, let it wear itself down with Shadow Rush, then try again.
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04/48  Skiploom
Trainer - Rider Leba
Location - Duel Square (Pyrite Town)
Type - Grass/Flying
Level - 30
Recommended Team - Espeon ~Lv26
                   Umbreon ~Lv27
                   Makuhita ~Lv30
                   Croconaw ~Lv30
                   Misdreavus ~Lv30

As with Misdreavus, you have infinite chances to Snag Skiploom. This
is very easy. Take out the Oddish and Dustox with ease. Now carefully
whittle down its HP with Shadow Rush. Don't use any moves your Shadow
Pokemon may have learned. Get its HP into the red. You should succeed
with your first Ball.
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05/48  Quagsire
Trainer - Bandana Guy Divel
Location - Duel Square (Pyrite Town)
Type - Water/Ground
Level - 30
Recommended Team - Espeon ~Lv26
                   Umbreon ~Lv27
                   Makuhita ~Lv30
                   Croconaw ~Lv30
                   Misdreavus ~Lv30
                   Skiploom ~Lv30

Again, you have infinite tries.
This will be harder than Skiploom, but still easy. If you have
Croconaw's Water attack, do NOT use it here unless you want
Quagsire's HP to operate in reverse. You have to get past
a Psyduck, but it's no trouble. Use Umbreon's Bite to weaken
it, then throw Great Balls until you Snag. If it resists,
very carefully get its HP lower, then try again.
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06/48  Flaaffy
Trainer - Street Performer Diogo
Location - Duel Square (Pyrite Town)
Type - Electr
Level - 30

Recommended Team - Espeon ~Lv26
                   Umbreon ~Lv28
                   Makuhita ~Lv30
                   Croconaw ~Lv30
                   Misdreavus ~Lv30
                   Quagsire ~Lv30

As before, you have infinite tries.
Flaaffy is about as hard as Quagsire. Try to attack it with
non-contact attacks such as Confusion, because Flaaffy has the
Static ability, paralyzing attacking Pokemon on contact. This is
why it is a must-Snag. Weaken it with Confusion or if you're feeling
lucky, Shadow Rush. Make sure its HP is in the red before you attempt
to Snag.
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07/48  Slugma
Trainer - Roller Boy Lon
Location - Duel Square (Pyrite Town)
Type - Fire
Level - 30
Recommended Team - Flaaffy ~Lv30
                   Umbreon ~Lv28
                   Makuhita ~Lv30
                   Croconaw ~Lv30
                   Misdreavus ~Lv30
                   Quagsire ~Lv30

Again, you have infinite tries.
Slugma is probably the easiest of the six Pyrite Pokemon. As with
Flaaffy, watch for contact attacks, or your Pokemon may get Burned.
You can actually turn this to your advantage if you use physical
attacks or Shadow Rush. As with all Shadow Pokemon, make sure its HP
is low before Snagging.
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08/48  Noctowl
Trainer - Rider Nover
Location - Duel Square (Pyrite Town)
Type - Normal/Flying
Level - 30
Recommended Team - Flaaffy ~Lv30
                   Umbreon ~Lv28
                   Makuhita ~Lv30
                   Croconaw ~Lv30
                   Misdreavus ~Lv30
                   Quagsire ~Lv30
Guess what? You have infinite tries!
Noctowl will be your hardest Snag so far, but it's VERY important,
because it has Hypnosis, essential for Snagging other Shadow Pokemon.
Snag it the same way you would other Shadow Pokemon, but try to get
it to attack Flaaffy--its Static ability might kick in.
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09/48  Furret
Trainer - Rogue Cail
Location - Pyrite Town
Type - Normal
Level - 33
Recommended Team - Flaaffy ~Lv30
                   Umbreon ~Lv28
                   Noctowl ~Lv30
                   Croconaw ~Lv30
                   Misdreavus ~Lv30
                   Quagsire ~Lv30
No more infinite tries, but if you come back after you beat Miror B.,
he'll fight you as often as you'd like, so you don't have to Snag
Furret this time, but it helps. You've got to get through a fairly
tough team, including a Fight-type Machop at Lv30. It's tough to encourage
Furret to use anything but Shadow Rush, so be very careful in taking down
its HP. Put it to sleep with Noctowl's Hypnosis.
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10/48  Yanma
Trainer - Cipher Peon Nore
Location - Pyrite Building
Type - Bug/Flying
Level - 33
Recommended Team - Flaaffy ~Lv30
                   Umbreon ~Lv30
                   Noctowl ~Lv30
                   Croconaw ~Lv30
                   Misdreavus ~Lv30
                   Quagsire ~Lv30
I find it very difficult to make this Snag right now. It was the first
Snag I missed. Don't worry, you can find Nore in the Snagem Hideout
after you beat the game, and he'll fight you until you Snag his Yanma.
Yanma is hard to Snag because of its Speed Boost ability and its tendency
to use Shadow Rush every turn. Use the same strategy as before, but if you
miss it, come to Snagem Hideout with Ultra Balls and you'll be able to
Snag it much more easily.
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11/48  Remoraid
Trainer - Miror B. Peon Reath
Location - Pyrite Building
Type - Water
Level - 20
Recommended Team - Flaaffy ~Lv30
                   Umbreon ~Lv31
                   Noctowl ~Lv30
                   Croconaw ~Lv30
                   Misdreavus ~Lv30
                   Quagsire ~Lv30
This is a very tough Snag because it is terribly easy to KO Remoraid
by accident. One of your Pokemon should know Quick Attack, perhaps
Noctowl. One Quick Attack should take Remoraid down to the red. You
should be able to Snag it with one Ball because of its low level.
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12/48  Mantine
Trainer - Miror B. Peon Ferma
Location - Pyrite Building
Type - Water/Flying
Level - 33
Recommended Team - Flaaffy ~Lv30
                   Umbreon ~Lv31
                   Noctowl ~Lv30
                   Croconaw ~Lv30
                   Misdreavus ~Lv30
                   Quagsire ~Lv30
Mantine is a very tough Pokemon to Snag simply because they are hard
to capture, perhaps because of size. Like Quagsire, Mantine has the
Water Absorb ability, so no Surfing allowed. I don't know if you have
any second chances with it, so make it count. I got lucky because it
was about to Shadow Rush itself to death. It had a sliver of HP left
and I Snagged it at the last possible moment. Use Bite carefully to
whittle down its HP.
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13/48  Qwilfish
Trainer - Hunter Doken
Location - Pyrite Building Roof
Type - Water/Poison
Level - 33
Recommended Team - Flaaffy ~Lv30
                   Umbreon ~Lv31
                   Noctowl ~Lv30
                   Croconaw ~Lv30
                   Misdreavus ~Lv30
                   Quagsire ~Lv30
This is a tough Snag despite its size. I saved this one for after
I finished the game, when I had Ultra Balls and Net Balls, and it
still wasn't easy. Getting its HP down is no problem, but it has a
tendency to Shadow Rush often, and there's little you can do to
convince it otherwise. Come back later with Net Balls. If you want
to try to Snag it now, I wish you plenty of good luck.
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14/48  Meditite
Trainer - Rider Twain
Location - Miror B. Cave
Type - Fight/Psychc
Level - 33
Recommended Team - Flaaffy ~Lv30
                   Umbreon ~Lv32
                   Noctowl ~Lv30
                   Croconaw ~Lv30
                   Misdreavus ~Lv30
                   Quagsire ~Lv30
Before pressing on, make sure you have plenty of Great Balls, at
least a dozen.
This is a lot easier than the last two, and there's no real excuse
for not Snagging it right now. Umbreon's Bite is a good idea, as is
putting it to sleep so it can't KO itself from Shadow Rush. This is
quite easy.
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15/48  Dunsparce
Trainer - Rider Sosh
Location - Miror B. Cave
Type - Normal
Level - 33
Recommended Team - Flaaffy ~Lv30
                   Umbreon ~Lv32
                   Noctowl ~Lv30
                   Croconaw ~Lv30
                   Misdreavus ~Lv30
                   Quagsire ~Lv30
First, put it to sleep with Noctowl, then have Umbreon Bite or Noctowl
Shadow Rush. This is also easy.
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16/48  Swablu
Trainer - Hunter Zalo
Location - Miror B. Cave
Type - Normal/Flying
Level - 33
Recommended Team - Flaaffy ~Lv30
                   Umbreon ~Lv33
                   Noctowl ~Lv30
                   Croconaw ~Lv30
                   Misdreavus ~Lv30
                   Quagsire ~Lv30
If you instead have Espeon, two Confusions should take it into the red.
If not, two or three Bites should do the trick. Either way, put it to
sleep and Snag it.
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17/48  Sudowoodo
Trainer - Cipher Admin Miror B.
Location - Miror B. Cave
Type - Rock
Level - 35
Recommended Team - Flaaffy ~Lv30
                   Umbreon ~Lv33
                   Noctowl ~Lv30
                   Croconaw ~Lv30
                   Misdreavus ~Lv30
                   Quagsire ~Lv30
Out of the four Cipher Admins, this one is a tie for most irritating.
He's got four Ludicolo, and they're all Annoyers. Noctowl's Fly
helps a lot in taking them down. You should have received three Ultra
Balls on the way here. Save them for later. Once you get to Sudowoodo,
put it to sleep using Noctowl, but don't switch it back out; you'll
encourage Sudowoodo to use Rock Slide instead of Shadow Rush. If you
KO it, you will have a second chance to face him in Realgam Tower, and
infinitely many more chances in Deep Colosseum. Make sure Sudowoodo's
HP is in the red, then start throwing Great Balls. Not Ultra Balls yet.
You might catch it with the Great Balls. If it's close but not caught,
try one of your three Ultra Balls. If it isn't caught, try another Ultra
Ball. You should catch it before your three Ultra Balls are used up.
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18/48  Hitmontop
Trainer - Cipher Peon Skrub
Location - Relic Forest (Agate Village)
Type - Fight
Level - 38
Recommended Team - Flaaffy ~Lv30
                   Umbreon ~Lv34
                   Noctowl ~Lv30
                   Croconaw ~Lv30
                   Misdreavus ~Lv30
                   Quagsire ~Lv30
At this point, you should be able to buy Ultra Balls from the Outskirt
Stand. Do so. Skrub's team it very tough. He's got this annoying Wynaut,
take it out carefully. It's tough to convince Hitmontop to use anything
but Shadow Rush, so weaken it carefully. Umbreon and Bite is an option,
but there's the risk of a painful Triple Kick. Instead, use Croconaw
or your other Shadow Pokemon to weaken Hitmontop. Noctowl's Hypnosis
helps, too. If you miss it, you can fight him again later, in a distant
location.
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You won't be using Noctowl to fight very much, so look around town for
the EXP. Share and have Noctowl hold it. It will gain EXP. Points at
a good enough rate to stay high-level enough to take Shadow Rush blows
while delivering Hypnosis.
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19/48  Entei
Trainer - Cipher Admin Dakim
Location - Mt. Battle
Type - Fire
Level - 40
Recommended Team - Flaaffy ~Lv32
                   Umbreon ~Lv35
                   Noctowl ~Lv34
                   Hitmontop ~Lv38
                   Misdreavus ~Lv33
                   Quagsire ~Lv33
You did purify your Shadow Pokemon, right? And please tell me you bought
all the Ultra Balls you can afford (at least 20)! That's right! You
finally get to Snag one of Gold/Silver's signature Pokemon, ENTEI!!
Entei is a MUST-SNAG. If you don't Snag it for some reason (Shadow Rush
backlash, running out of Balls...), hit the Reset button and try again.
Everyone thinks Entei and the other G/S Beasts are dogs. They look
more feline-ish to me. But it's just me, I guess. Nintendo actually
made feline-ish references to them in their Pokemon Stadium 2 Player's
Guide. Really, I think they're too fast to be dogs. And yes, all of that
Speed will be a big problem when trying to Snag it. The battle with
Dakim is by far your hardest yet. Beating his other four Pokemon is just
as hard as Snagging Entei. Here was my strategy, and I Snagged him without
using the Reset button. In case you don't do as I say, you'll have to wait
until Realgam Tower to Snag him again, and if you miss there, he's the
second Admin you face in Deep Colosseum. You face him the second time
you enter, and every fifth after that.

First, I took out all of Dakim's other Pokemon, so Entei was left alone.
It was Shadow-Rushing its HP down. I immediately switched to Noctowl
and used Hypnosis to make it zonk out, making the Snag much easier.
More importantly, Entei can't KO itself from the Shadow Rush backlash.
Slowly but surely, I used weak attacks like Quick Attack to put its HP in
the red. At about 10% HP, I begun throwing Ultra Balls. I couldn't get
anywhere. Asleep and at 10% HP, it was breaking out of Ultra Balls. Entei
must be strong! And it is! It woke up, and Shadow Rushed a couple of times.
I was afraid it was gonna KO itself, but it didn't. It was at about 4% HP.
I put it to sleep again, and Snagged it on the next Ball. I was ecstatic
and let out a big sigh of relief, then said joyfully, "Entei, welcome back!"
Not only are the legendary Beasts my favorite Pokemon, they were all on
my Silver Version multiplayer roster! You Snagged Entei! Only two more Beasts
to go...  OK, I can't stress this enough. Now that you've Snagged Entei,
SAVE YOUR GAME! We don't want to have to Snag it again!
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Here's the scoop on Entei. It's really powerful and really fast. It
also takes a REALLY long time to empty its gauge. Thankfully, you
get a Time Flute after you defeat Dakim. The flute lets you summon
Celebi. But you can't catch it! However, it does something almost as good.
It fully purifies ANY Shadow Pokemon, regardless of how much taint
it has in its meter. That means you should use it on Entei. Though
you'll find greater Pokemon later, having a fully purified Entei
really helps you at this point. If you choose not to do so, use
Entei in every battle, so its meter empties. You get three Time Flutes
through the course of the game, so... I'd definitely do it, but it's your
call.
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20/48  Ledian
Trainer - Cipher Peon Kloak
Location - The Under
Type - Bug/Flying
Level - 40
Recommended Team - Flaaffy ~Lv32
                   Umbreon ~Lv35
                   Noctowl ~Lv34
                   Entei ~Lv40
                   Misdreavus ~Lv33
                   Quagsire ~Lv33
Compared to Entei, this is pie. Try using one Stomp (Entei) on Ledian
and work from there.
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OK, at this point, you should have lots of money and maybe a few vitamins.
Sell the vitamins for lots of cash, then go to the Outskirt Stand and buy
a dozen Net Balls. The next Shadow Pokemon is held by a Cipher Admin. You
know what that means? Another legendary Beast! The Water Beast, Suicune!!
Heal and save your game at The Under Colosseum, then go forth and meet
Suicune.
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21/48  Suicune
Trainer - Cipher Admin Venus
Location - The Under
Type - Water
Level - 40
Recommended Team - Flaaffy ~Lv33
                   Umbreon ~Lv35
                   Noctowl ~Lv36
                   Entei ~Lv41
                   Misdreavus ~Lv33
                   Quagsire ~Lv34
This will be easier than Entei because the Net Balls you bought are 50% more
effective on it than Ultra Balls. You've got to get through some pretty
powerful Pokemon before seeing Suicune. Those include a Banette (Bite/Entei)
and a Steelix (Fire Blast/Entei). Once you see Suicune, keep in mind that it's
very defense-oriented. Still, using Fire Blast would be a bad idea in case you
Burn it. Put it to sleep with Noctowl, but keep Entei out to encourage Suicune
to use Surf. Have Entei use Bite or Stomp until its HP gets low, then throw Net
Balls.
If you run out of Net Balls (unlikely), throw Ultra Balls. You've got to Snag
Suicune, not only because it's very powerful and fast, but also because you
won't get another chance to Snag it for a LONG time. Not until Realgam Tower.
Besides, you have a Reset button. And if you miss it both places, Venus will
show up in Deep Colosseum starting with the third round of battles, and every
fifth from there. Once you Snag it, SAVE!!
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As with Entei, you may consider saving you next Time Flute for Suicune. But
since it takes a long time to get the next Time Flute, and you'll have a
much more powerful *coughLegendarycough* Pokemon, I'd save your Time Flute
for that Pokemon and your third for another Pokemon you'll Snag later in the
game. At this point, head for Mt. Battle and start purifying Suicune. I'd
get it fully purified, but you don't have to. I only purified mine 60% of
the way before I reached the Break Room I stopped at.

You've got four Trainers ahead of you, and each one has a Shadow Pokemon.
Save your game after each successful Snag.
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22/48  Gligar
Trainer - Hunter Frena
Location - Subway (The Under)
Type - Ground/Flying
Level - 43
Recommended Team - Flaaffy ~Lv34
                   Suicune ~Lv40
                   Noctowl ~Lv38
                   Entei ~Lv42
                   Misdreavus ~Lv34
                   Quagsire ~Lv35
This isn't too bad. None of the next four Shadow Pokemon are very
tough to Snag. Use Suicune's Shadow Rush to get Gligar's HP down, as
well as Suicune's Heart Gauge. Hypnosis helps as well, but you don't
need it.
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23/48  Stantler
Trainer - Chaser Liaks
Location - Subway (The Under)
Type - Normal
Level - 43
Recommended Team - Flaaffy ~Lv34
                   Suicune ~Lv40
                   Noctowl ~Lv38
                   Entei ~Lv42
                   Misdreavus ~Lv34
                   Quagsire ~Lv35
This is probably the toughest of the lot because you can't encourage it
to use anything but Shadow Rush. Be careful about Shadow Rushing with Suicune.
Consider using Surf if you have it, and there's a second Pokemon out on your
opponent's side because Surf's Power of 95 is split when two targets are
attacked.
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24/48  Piloswine
Trainer - Bodybuilder Lonia
Location - Subway (The Under)
Type - Ice/Ground
Level - 43
Recommended Team - Flaaffy ~Lv34
                   Suicune ~Lv40
                   Noctowl ~Lv39
                   Entei ~Lv42
                   Misdreavus ~Lv34
                   Quagsire ~Lv35
Don't use Entei's Fire Blast, as that'll KO Piloswine. Instead put it to
sleep, then wear it down with Shadow Rush or Bite. Not too tough.
We've got half the Shadow Pokemon!
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25/48  Sneasel
Trainer - Rider Neils
Location - Subway (The Under)
Type - Dark/Ice
Level - 43
Recommended Team - Flaaffy ~Lv34
                   Suicune ~Lv40
                   Noctowl ~Lv39
                   Entei ~Lv42
                   Misdreavus ~Lv34
                   Quagsire ~Lv35
This is a very important Snag, because Sneasel is one of the fastest Shadow
Pokemon in the game, even faster than Entei. (I hope that the Speed stat
refers to agility over actual speed, because in terms of actual speed,
Entei is WAY faster.) You can't really encourage it to use anything but
Shadow Rush, so take its HP down carefully with Bite, you might make it
flinch. It should put up little resistance in the Ultra Ball if you've taken
its HP down carefully and you've put it to sleep. When trying to put it to
sleep, watch for Icy Wind, as that takes both of your Pokemon's Speed down.
=====================================
After the lab blows up, you can get the U-Disk, which takes you to the
second Time Flute. Save it for that Pokemon I told you about. You'll be
getting your opportunity to Snag it soon...

If you miss any of the Shadow Pokemon in this next area (except the last
one), all of them will reappear here after game completion until you Snag
them. Buy lots of Ultra Balls (2 to 3 dozen) before coming here.
The encounters will give you lots of trouble, so you will likely
have to retreat back to Agate Village or Phenac City several times.
Buy more Ultra Balls at the Outskirt Stand each time. Conserve your
Lemonades and Hyper Potions.
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26/48  Aipom
Trainer - Cipher Peon Cole
Location - Shadow Pokemon Lab
Type - Normal
Level - 43
Recommended Team - Flaaffy ~Lv34
                   Suicune ~Lv41
                   Noctowl ~Lv40
                   Entei ~Lv42
                   Misdreavus ~Lv34
                   Quagsire ~Lv35
For some reason, Aipom gave me trouble... I saved it for later,
but if you want to catch it here, putting it to sleep is necessary, as is
red-zone HP.
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27/48  Forretress
Trainer - Cipher Peon Vanna
Location - Shadow Pokemon Lab
Type - Bug/Steel
Level - 43
Recommended Team - Flaaffy ~Lv34
                   Suicune ~Lv41
                   Noctowl ~Lv41
                   Entei ~Lv43
                   Misdreavus ~Lv34
                   Quagsire ~Lv35
Forretress also gave me a great deal of trouble. It uses Shadow Rush almost
every turn, making it a pain to Snag. Put it to sleep right away, and DON'T
use Fire Blast, it's got a 4x weakness to Fire, meaning OHKO. Take it down
carefully with Shadow Rush or Stomp. I had to save this one for later also.
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28/48  Ariados
Trainer - Cipher Peon Lesar
Location - Shadow Pokemon Lab
Type - Bug/Poison
Level - 43
Recommended Team - Flaaffy ~Lv34
                   Suicune ~Lv42
                   Noctowl ~Lv42
                   Entei ~Lv43
                   Misdreavus ~Lv34
                   Quagsire ~Lv36
Two of Entei's Bite attacks and Ariados should have red-zone HP. This is one
of the easiest Snags in the whole Lab.
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29/48  Granbull
Trainer - Cipher Peon Tanie
Location - Shadow Pokemon Lab
Type - Normal
Level - 43
Recommended Team - Flaaffy ~Lv34
                   Suicune ~Lv42
                   Noctowl ~Lv42
                   Entei ~Lv43
                   Misdreavus ~Lv34
                   Quagsire ~Lv36
You'll run into the same problems as with Aipom, except Granbull's size and
"strength" makes him much tougher to Snag. I saved this one for later.
Try to Snag it anyway. If you fail, don't hit the Reset button, just move on.
=====================================
30/48  Vibrava
Trainer - Cipher Peon Remil
Location - Shadow Pokemon Lab
Type - Ground/Dragon
Level - 43
Recommended Team - Flaaffy ~Lv34
                   Suicune ~Lv42
                   Noctowl ~Lv43
                   Entei ~Lv43
                   Misdreavus ~Lv34
                   Quagsire ~Lv36
Because Dragons have resistances to most elements, you can attack with just
about anything (Even Fire Blast) and not worry about OHKOing it. This
Snag is fairly easy, and definitely a lot easier than the last one.
Put it to sleep and get its HP in the yellow or red before throwing your
Ultra Balls.
=====================================
At this point, you fight Cipher Peon Skrub again. If you missed Snagging his
Hitmontop, you get another chance here.

OK, this is very important. Unlike the scientists lead you to believe,
you CAN leave the Lab without trouble, despite the security alarm. So head
back out. Make sure you've got at least 6 Hyper Potions, 12 Lemonades, and
20 Ultra Balls. If you don't have 20 Balls, sell any nonessential items,
like Full Restore and PP Up. You will now have the chance to Snag an
absolutely essential Pokemon. The last of the Legendary Beasts. My
number one favorite Pokemon. The fastest Pokemon on land. Raikou!!
Please, please, please! SAVE YOUR GAME before this fight! Also make sure
you have lots of Revives, as Entei and Suicune will each faint several
times here, I guarantee it.

Even more than Entei and Suicune, Raikou is a MUST-SNAG for these
reasons: 1. Fastest Shadow Pokemon in the game.
         2. Thunderdance (Rain Dance + Thunder) is built right in.
         3. You can pull serious damage combos with Raikou and Suicune.
         4. It looks really sleek.
         5. It's nearly essential for your Multiplayer roster.
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31/48  Raikou
Trainer - Cipher Admin Ein
Location - Shadow Pokemon Lab
Type - Electr
Level - 40
Recommended Team - Flaaffy ~Lv34
                   Suicune ~Lv43
                   Noctowl ~Lv44
                   Entei ~Lv44
                   Misdreavus ~Lv34
                   Quagsire ~Lv37
Ein is tied with Miror B. as the most irritating Cipher Admin for two reasons:
His team is really tough (Altaria Lv46, Golbat Lv48, Lanturn Lv47, and
Huntail Lv47), and he has my favorite Pokemon as a Shadow Pokemon on his team.
GETTING to Raikou is very hard. Once Raikou is sent out, it begins!

OK, here's my Raikou-Snagging strategy, and it wasn't a picnic. First, put
it to sleep with Noctowl, and make sure it stays asleep. Raikou's Defense
stats are both low, so use your weakest attacks (NOT Shadow Rush, if it
Critical Hits, you might be out a Raikou, and have to go through Ein's
team again. Isolating Raikou it very important because half his team
has Rain Dance, which makes Thunder hit 100%, and Raikou's Sp. Atk is
really high, but not as high as its Speed. Take it down VERY carefully with
Entei's Bite or Stomp, preferably Bite due to Entei's lower Sp. Atk and
Raikou's higher Sp. Def. If you want to give Raikou extra incentive not to
Shadow Rush, use Suicune's Aurora Beam instead of Bite. Suicune can take
a Thunder without being KO'd. Keep Noctowl out at all times. If it faints,
or one of your Beasts faint, use a Revive. When its HP is below 10% and
it has zonked out, you should throw an Ultra Ball every turn. This is one
of the toughest Snags in the game. Even if it breaks out of the Ball
right away, keep throwing them. Eventually, one will Snag it. For me, it
took 15 Ultra Balls before Raikou "quietly" reunited with me.
=====================================
Like Entei and Suicune, Raikou takes a very long time to purify. About
five times as much rehabilitation is required as opposed to your G/S
starter you Snagged. I would use my Time Flute on it immediately so
you can use the Raikou/Suicune Thunderdance/Surf combo, which can rip
opposing Pokemon apart. Whether you saved your first Time Flute or not,
now would be an excellent time to use one. And no, this suggestion isn't
just out of favoritism for Raikou. It is indeed very strong.

Now Realgam Tower has been built. You fight all the Cipher Admins over again.
If you missed Sudowoodo or any of the Beasts for some reason, you have a second
chance. The Raikou/Suicune Thunderdance combo works VERY well here. Use it
all the time. Eventually, you find another Shadow Pokemon. If your Pokemon
ever run low on HP or PP, head back to the PC and healing station (not
really a Pokemon Center) in Dome V (where the music first changed to
the bad guy dungeon theme). Also save every time you make a Snag.

Before heading in there, I'd spend some time at Mt. Battle leveling up
your three Beasts, particularly Raikou and Suicune, as you'll use them
almost every battle. You should also have lots of money. Buy more Ultra
Balls and Hyper Potions.
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32/48  Sunflora
Trainer - Cipher Peon Baila
Location - Realgam Tower
Type - Grass
Level - 45
Recommended Team - Raikou ~Lv43
                   Suicune ~Lv45
                   Noctowl ~Lv49
                   Entei ~Lv46
                   Misdreavus ~Lv36
                   Quagsire ~Lv38
This is a tough Snag, but easy compared to most of them here. I had
to save most of the Snags in here for later. I was kind of anxious to
trade my Pokemon to Ruby, where they'd level up faster. Anyway, the idea is to
use Suicune's Surf not only to keep it from Shadow Rush, but to slowly weaken
it. What makes this Snag hard is that it's got Synthesis, which refills HP.
=====================================
33/48  Delibird
Trainer - Cipher Peon Arton
Location - Realgam Tower
Type - Ice/Flying
Level - 45
Recommended Team - Raikou ~Lv44
                   Suicune ~Lv46
                   Noctowl ~Lv50
                   Entei ~Lv47
                   Misdreavus ~Lv36
                   Quagsire ~Lv38
This is not too bad, but if you're in a hurry, save this for Snagem Hideout,
where it will be more convenient to Snag. It likes to Shadow Rush, so hit
it with Sleep and weaken it.
=====================================
After you beat the last Admin (Ein, he's got a Starmie instead of Raikou,
unless you missed), you get an e-mail from Agate Village. Go to Beluh there
and he gives you the Master Ball, which you will be using shortly. Now save
at Dome V and move on.
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34/48  Heracross
Trainer - Cipher Peon Dioge
Location - Realgam Tower
Type - Bug/Fighting
Level - 45
Recommended Team - Raikou ~Lv45
                   Suicune ~Lv46
                   Noctowl ~Lv51
                   Entei ~Lv47
                   Misdreavus ~Lv36
                   Quagsire ~Lv38
Save the Master Ball for later. Use the standard procedure of putting it
to sleep, weakening it (Bite works well as it is strong against that), and
Ultra Balls.
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35/48  Skarmory
Trainer - Snagem Head Gonzap
Location - Realgam Tower
Type - Steel/Flying
Level - 47
Recommended Team - Raikou ~Lv46
                   Suicune ~Lv47
                   Noctowl ~Lv52
                   Entei ~Lv47
                   Misdreavus ~Lv36
                   Quagsire ~Lv38
This is a tough Snag. You will meet him again during your second trip
through the Snagem Hideout. Just beat his team and *try* to Snag his
Skarmory. It is very hard until you have the correct Pokemon to snap
it out of Shadow Rushing. It took me three tries to succeed: one here,
and two at the Hideout.
=====================================
At this point, head back to Dome V (I know it's a long way, but do it
anyway) and heal and SAVE. Head back to Mt. Battle and level up
Suicune and Raikou to at least Lv52. Now head back to the top of Realgam
Tower (Saving again along the way), and face the final bosses. Each one
has a Shadow Pokemon you can Snag. Snag what you can and save the rest for
later. Make sure you have your Master Ball - you'll be using it here.
Also be sure you have at least 3 dozen Ultra Balls. I recommend more.
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36/48  Miltank
Trainer - Bodybuilder Jomas
Location - Realgam Tower Colosseum
Type - Normal
Level - 48
Recommended Team - Raikou ~Lv52
                   Suicune ~Lv52
                   Noctowl ~Lv55
                   Entei ~Lv48
                   Skarmory ~Lv47
                   Quagsire ~Lv40
Rollout is the big problem here because it grows in power every time it's used.
If you taught your Pokemon Double Team (TM32, prize at Mt. Battle), use it.
This is a difficult Snag. As before, put it to sleep, then weaken it carefully.
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37/48  Absol
Trainer - Rider Delan
Location - Realgam Tower Colosseum
Type - Dark
Level - 46
Recommended Team - Raikou ~Lv52
                   Suicune ~Lv52
                   Noctowl ~Lv55
                   Entei ~Lv48
                   Skarmory ~Lv47
                   Quagsire ~Lv40
I don't know how you convince it to use anything but Shadow Rush. Use standard
procedure. If you miss, come back later and you can fight all the Colosseum
Trainers again.
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38/48  Houndoom
Trainer - Cipher Peon Nella
Location - Realgam Tower Colosseum
Type - Dark/Fire
Level - 48
Recommended Team - Raikou ~Lv52
                   Suicune ~Lv53
                   Noctowl ~Lv56
                   Entei ~Lv48
                   Skarmory ~Lv47
                   Quagsire ~Lv40
Don't use Surf or you'll KO it. Wear it down with an Ice Move and put it to
sleep. I skipped most of the Colosseum Trainers because I wanted to conserve
my supplies. If you want to Snag it, use Aurora Beam (Suicune).
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39/48  Tropius
Trainer - Cipher Peon Ston
Location - Realgam Tower Colosseum
Type - Grass/Flying
Level - 49
Recommended Team - Raikou ~Lv53
                   Suicune ~Lv53
                   Noctowl ~Lv56
                   Entei ~Lv48
                   Skarmory ~Lv47
                   Quagsire ~Lv40
This is a very hard Snag because Tropius has a tendency to use Shadow Rush or
Fly, both of which make it tough to Snag. My suggestion is to come back here
with Tyranitar and use its Sand Stream to weaken it more effectively. Raikou's
Spark works OK here if you'd rather paralyze it, otherwise use standard
procedure.
=====================================
Your Pokemon are healed (finally!) and you face a powerful Cipher Trainer
by the name of Nascour. Evidently the crowd is rooting for Nascour; they chant
his name during the cut scene. Anyway, he has a Shadow Pokemon...
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40/48  Metagross
Trainer - Cipher Nascour
Location - Realgam Tower Colosseum
Type - Steel/Psychc
Level - 50
Recommended Team - Raikou ~Lv53
                   Suicune ~Lv54
                   Noctowl ~Lv57
                   Entei ~Lv48
                   Skarmory ~Lv47
                   Quagsire ~Lv40
This, for me, was the hardest Snag in the game. It's almost impossible to do
it now, and Cipher's other Pokemon are in the mid-level 50s, so save it
for later. If you want to try, weaken it down to the yellow or red
with Aurora Beam, and good luck!
=====================================
Your Pokemon are healed again, and you face the final boss, who has the
highest level Shadow Pokemon in the game.
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41/48  Tyranitar
Trainer - Cipher Head Evice
Location - Realgam Tower Colosseum
Type - Rock/Dark
Level - 55
Recommended Team - Raikou ~Lv54
                   Suicune ~Lv54
                   Noctowl ~Lv58
                   Entei ~Lv48
                   Skarmory ~Lv47
                   Quagsire ~Lv40
The rest of Evice's Pokemon are around level 60, making this fight extremely
tough. Snagging Tyranitar with Ultra Balls is a big pain compared to Raikou.
It's no problem if you have that Master Ball - just use it right now. That's
what I would do.
=====================================
You have now finished the game. If you desire, you may transfer your
Pokemon to a Ruby/Sapphire GBA game and level them up (highly recommended!)
then import them or any Pokemon back into the Story Mode. I did this for
my Beasts, and you should, too.
=====================================
Now you should get a bunch of e-mail telling you about a Shadow Pokemon
at Snagem Hideout. Go there. Any Cipher Peons whose Pokemon you didn't
Snag will be here, and they'll fight you one at a time until you Snag
all their Pokemon. At the end of the Hideout, you will find the broken
Snag Machine. Pick up the 5 Ultra Balls lying on the ground, and get ready
for a Snag opportunity.
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42/48  Quilava
Trainer - Cipher Peon Rosso
Location - Snagem Hideout
Type - Fire
Level - 30
         My Team - Raikou ~Lv98
                   Suicune ~Lv61
                   Noctowl ~Lv60
                   Entei ~Lv51
                   Metagross ~Lv56
                   Quagsire ~Lv40
I use my :-) Lv98 Raikou to tear apart Rosso's Team, then Slam with Quagsire
to get Quilava's HP low. It should only take one Ultra Ball.
======================================
Now you've got to head to Pyrite and The Under. You get e-mails telling
you to go to a certain Trainer. He tells you about a Shadow Bayleef after
you beat his two Lv56 Wailord. Head for the Shadow Pokemon Lab, and make your
way down. You will fight any Cipher Peons whose Shadow Pokemon you failed
to Snag. I forgot about a Murkrow in the Lab before, but because of
Insomnia, you can't put it to sleep, so it's best to save it for now.
You know what else you whould save right now? Your game!
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43/48  Murkrow
Trainer - Cipher Peon Lare
Location - Shadow Pokemon Lab
Type - Dark/Flying
Level - 43
         My Team - Raikou ~Lv100 ... finally at Prime Cup contention :-)
                   Suicune ~Lv64
                   Noctowl ~Lv61
                   Entei ~Lv53
                   Metagross ~Lv60
                   Quagsire ~Lv40
Again, use Quagsire to weaken it. You can't put it to sleep. Ignore the fact
that it's escaping your Balls almost immediately despite the low HP. One will
Snag it eventually. Have patience.
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44/48  Bayleef
Trainer - Cipher Peon Verde
Location - Shadow Pokemon Lab
Type - Grass
Level - 30
         My Team - Raikou ~Lv100
                   Suicune ~Lv64
                   Noctowl ~Lv61
                   Entei ~Lv53
                   Metagross ~Lv60
                   Quagsire ~Lv40
Quagsire's Slam, or Surf better yet, helps weaken it. Put it to sleep and
the Snag will be very easy. Be careful not to KO it.
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45/48  Ursaring
Trainer - Team Snagem Agrev
Location - Snagem Hideout
Type - Normal
Level - 47
         My Team - Raikou ~Lv100
                   Suicune ~Lv66
                   Noctowl ~Lv62
                   Entei ~Lv56
                   Metagross ~Lv64
                   Quagsire ~Lv41
My Entei is at a low-enough level to successfully weaken it. Put it to sleep
and try to Snag. It will put up a lot of resistance. Shadow Rush's backlash
is also trouble.
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46/48  Smeargle
Trainer - Team Snagem Biden
Location - Snagem Hideout
Type - Normal
Level - 47
         My Team - Raikou ~Lv100
                   Suicune ~Lv66
                   Noctowl ~Lv62
                   Entei ~Lv56
                   Metagross ~Lv64
                   Quagsire ~Lv41
Again, Entei or Quagsire's physical attacks do the job. Smeargle is
extremely unpredictable, so weaken it carefully. It won't put up as much
resistance as Ursaring, but still quite a bit.
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At this point, you have to find Gonzap and fight him again. His team is
very powerful. If you want to move on in the game, you have to Snag his
Skarmory if you haven't already. He will fight you as many times as you
need to Snag. He will not drop the D-Disk until you Snag his Pokemon.
======================================
Use the D-Disk to get to the Deep Colosseum and pick up the Steel Teeth
for the old man to the left of The Under colosseum. You get the L-Disk
from him, which grants you access to the Amulet Coin. If the Pokemon
holding it engages in battle, you win double the usual amount of money.
Anyway, back to the Deep Colosseum.

Here, you will hear about Deep King, the toughest trainer in the game.
He's got a Shadow Pokemon, but first, you have to face the Cipher
Admins again. All four of them. Their teams are in the mid to high level 60s.
Also, you get another chance to Snag their Shadow Pokemon, but the only one
you could have conceivably missed is Sudowoodo. Win the contest four times,
winning a great deal of cash each time. If you have Net Balls (6+) left,
press on. If not, head to Outskirt Stand and buy until you have 6+ Net Balls
and 18+ Ultra Balls. Spend some on Hyper Potions at The Under or Agate Village
as well. Deep King is the final battler of the fifth contest.
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47/48  Shuckle
Trainer - Deep King Agnis
Location - Deep Colosseum (every fifth tournament)
Type - Bug/Rock
Level - 45
         My Team - Raikou ~Lv100
                   Suicune ~Lv68
                   Noctowl ~Lv64
                   Entei ~Lv58
                   Metagross ~Lv91 (I did some GBA leveling up)
                   Quagsire ~Lv42
Deep King has a Lv70 Kingdra that can do major damage. Watch out for his other
Pokemon, all in the high level 60's. Most of them have Earthquake. Don't
let them take Shuckle out or you have to face all the Admins again before
you get another round with Deep King. Shuckle has high Defense stats, so using
Stomp with Entei ~Lv55 isn't too bad an idea. Use Net Balls instead for a
higher success rate.
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At this point, you have to have all 47 Shadow Pokemon to trigger this event.
Go to different areas and you get e-mail. When you are prompted to watch TV,
do so. Eventually you are promted to go to the Outskirt Stand; save, then do
so. One last Shadow Pokemon awaits!
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48/48  Togetic
Trainer - Fake Hero Fein
Location - Outskirt Stand
Type - Normal/Flying
Level - 20
         My Team - Raikou ~Lv100
                   Suicune ~Lv68
                   Noctowl ~Lv64
                   Entei ~Lv58
                   Metagross ~Lv91
                   Tyranitar ~Lv56
Fein is disguised as you. Take out his five Lv68 Pokemon. If Togetic is alone,
swap in Tyranitar, and Sand Stream kicks in, causing Togetic to safely lose HP.
Do NOT attack it. When its HP gets in the low yellow, call Tyranitar back and
swap out Entei or Raikou. When Togetic's HP hits red, use Sunny Day or Rain
Dance, then start throwing Balls at it.
======================================
You now have all the Shadow Pokemon! Now purify them. If you do, you
can get Ho-oh by taking your Story Mode team to the top of Mt. Battle
in BATTLE MODE, not Story Mode. You can, however, transfer your GBA
team to Story Mode and you won't be disqualified. Unfortunately, you
can't rename the Ho-oh you get...
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6. Credits

Nintendo/Creatures/Game Freak - For creating the Pokemon games.

The Pokemon Company - Licensing.

PkmnMstr10@aol.com - For pointing out Shadow Pokemon's EXP gains.

Myself - For writing this FAQ.

God - Wouldn't be here without Him.

Everyone who has submitted corrections.

All sites hosting this document.

You - For reading this.

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7. Version History

v1.10 - Corrections. (07/09/04, 52 KB)

v1.00 - All Snags finished. I am accepting alternate strategies and other
        pertinent information. (06/28/04, 52 KB)

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