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Version: 6.5 | Updated: 02/04/19

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Title of Game: Pokemon XD: Gale of Darkness
Platform: GameCube
Type of Guide: FAQ/Walkthrough
Author: Raph136 (previously known as Tails333)
Version: 6.5
Last Revision Date: 04-02-19

Table of Contents
-----------------
1.  Introduction
2.  Version History
3.  Game Overview
	3.01 - Game Controls
	3.02 - Shadow Pokemon
	3.03 - Hints and Tips
4.  Walkthrough
        4.01 - Pokemon HQ
	4.02 - Kaminko's House
	4.03 - Gateon Port
	4.04 - Agate Village
	4.05 - Mt. Battle
	4.06 - Cipher Lab
	4.07 - Pyrite Town
	4.08 - Poke Spots
	4.09 - ONBS
	4.10 - Realgam Tower
	4.11 - Phenac City
	4.12 - S.S. Libra
	4.13 - Outskirt Stand
	4.14 - Snagem Hideout
	4.15 - Cipher Key Lair
	4.16 - Citadark Isle
	4.17 - Aftermath
5.  Colosseums
	5.01 - Pyrite Colosseum
	5.02 - Realgam Colosseum
	5.03 - Orre Colosseum
6.  Misc. Stuff
	6.01 - Wanderer Miror B.
	6.02 - Lucky Egg
	6.03 - Poke Spots
	6.04 - Phenac Pre Gym
	6.05 - Agate Move Tutor
	6.06 - Agate Day Care
	6.07 - Jovi's Diary
	6.08 - Mew Move Tutor
7.  Mini-Games
	7.01 - Battle Bingo
	7.02 - Battle Sims
8.  Appendices
	8.01 - List of Pokemon
	8.02 - List of Items
	8.03 - List of TMs
	8.04 - List of Shops
9.  Purify Chamber
10. Re-Match Trainers
11. Mt. Battle
12. Frequently Asked Questions
13. Credits
14. Contact Information
15. Copyright Information

TIP: If you want to find a section in the Table of Contents more quickly and
easily, press Ctrl + F simultaneously to bring up the 'Find' function menu.
Type or paste the name/number of the section into the menu.  Then, click on
'Find Next' to go to the section you've typed or pasted.

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1.  Introduction
###############################################################################

Thank you for choosing to read my FAQ/Walkthrough for Pokemon XD: Gale of
Darkness.  I hope this guide gives you some assistance in completing this game.
I've written a comprehensive Walkthrough, Game Overview, and much more.  Beware
of the spoilers, though.  Pokemon XD is the second and, as of January 2016,
most recent Pokemon RPG for a home console.  It is the sequel to Pokemon
Colosseum.

Five years ago, in Colosseum, a criminal organisation named Cipher used a group
called Team Snagem to round up Pokemon.  Cipher used artifical means to close
the hearts of captured Pokemon and turned them into vicious fighting machines
dubbed Shadow Pokemon.  Cipher planned to take over the world by arming their
Trainers with the Shadow Pokemon, starting with the Orre Region.  However,
Cipher's plan was thwarted by a young man (Wes) who quit Team Snagem, and by a
girl (Rui) who had a special ability to identify Shadow Pokemon.  Wes disbanded
the organisation by defeating its leader Evice at Realgam Tower, but now it
seems they're back.  It's up to you to defeat Cipher once again and restore
peace to Orre.

The changes made since the first game are as follows:
*Your Starter Pokemon is a L5 Eevee instead of a L25 Espeon and L26 Umbreon.
*Gameplay is less challenging until the post-game in Story Mode.
*Save function has been removed from PCs, as you can save anywhere now.
*There are now 8 PC boxes.
*Shadow Pokemon go into Reverse Mode rather than Hyper Mode.
*Shadow Pokemon can't be put in the Day Care.
*Battle Mode has been dropped, though the Orre Colosseum has been incorporated
 into the post-game Story Mode.
*Calling a non-Shadow Pokemon raises its accuracy if it's not asleep.
*Pyrite Cave and The Under have been sealed off.
*Pyrite Building has been turned into ONBS.
*A Purify Chamber has been added.
*Shadow Pokemon now learn Special Moves via purification.
*Wild Pokemon, in-game trades, Battle Bingo and Battle Sims have been added.
*Phenac Stadium has been closed.
*Strategy Memo is automatically updated.
*In Mt. Battle, you are no longer asked if you want to advance to the next
 zone.
*Shadow Rush's power has dropped to 50 and no longer causes recoil damage.
*There are now many different kinds of Shadow Moves.
*There's now a Move Relearner.
*Shadow Moves are now super effective against non-Shadow Pokemon but not very
 effective against Shadows.
*There is now a '+' next to an opponent's Shadow Pokemon's level.
*TMs 07 (Hail), 46 (Thief) and 37 (Sandstorm) are gone.
*The books in the basement of the Phenac Pokemon Centre are now described as a
 Hoenn/Kanto region research.
*Mt. Battle trainer levels now go up to Level 70 and trainers now use Legendary
 Pokemon.
*Time Flutes are gone.
*Poke Balls can now be brought at most Poke Marts.
*There are now stricter conditions for trading with the GBA games.
*Areas 1-3 of Mt. Battle are available from the start.
*You no longer have a travelling companion for most of the game.
*The Orre Region map got a makeover, and is now viewed from a 3D prespective
 rather than a top-down look.

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2.  Version History
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Version 0.5, 16th December 2005:
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*Submitted the FAQ.

Version 0.7, 22nd December 2005:
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*Updated the FAQ.

Version 0.8, 31st December 2005:
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*Updated Walkthrough.
*Updated Side Quests.
*Added Shadow Pokemon Database.

Version 1.0, 6th January 2006:
------------------------------
*Completed Walkthrough.
*Updated Realgam Tower section.

Version 1.1, 14th January 2006:
-------------------------------
*Added "Aftermath" section to the Walkthrough.
*Added Hints and Tips section,
*Added Phenac Pre Gym and Mew Movesets to the Side Quests section.

Version 1.2, 21st January 2006:
-------------------------------
*Added Strategies for the Boss Battles in Story Mode Walkthrough.
*Completed Colosseum Walkthrough.
*Added Battle CD Locations section.

Version 1.3, 29th January 2006:
-------------------------------
*Added Gligar to the Regular Pokemon Locations section.
*Started Mt. Battle and Item Locations sections.
*Updated Purify Chamber section.
*Updated Realgam Tower section.

Version 1.4, 3rd February 2006:
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*Added Game Overview and Type Matchup List sections.
*Updated Trainer Rematches section.

Version 1.5, 11th February 2006:
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*Reformated Shop List section.
*Updated Mt. Battle section.

Version 1.6, 18th February 2006:
--------------------------------
*Completed Mt. Battle section.
*Updated Realgam Tower section.
*Updated Side Quests section.
*Started Ability List section.

Version 1.7, 25th February 2006:
--------------------------------
*Added Strategies for Zones 81-90 of Mt. Battle.
*Updated Side Quests section.
*Completed Ability List section.
*Added locations of the Battle CDs to the relevant parts of the Walkthrough.
*Added Team Sypnosis to the Walkthrough,
*Changed "Realgam Tower" section to "Mini-Games" section.
*Updated Trainer Rematches section.

Version 1.8, 1st April 2006:
----------------------------
*Updated Item Locations section.
*Added Recommended Teams to the Mt. Battle.

Version 1.9, 29th April 2006:
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*Elaborated more on the Boss Battle with Ardos in the Walkthrough.
*Updated Attack Combos section.

Version 2.0, 6th May 2006:
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*Added Colosseum References and Jovi's Diary sections.

Version 2.1, 13th May 2006:
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*Completed Item Locations section.
Version 2.2, 27th May 2006:
---------------------------
*Added Berry Items to the Item Locations section.
*Updated Game Overview section.

Version 2.3, 3rd June 2006:
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*Added the Solution to the Thug Zook glitch in the Walkthrough.

Version 2.4, 10th June 2006:
----------------------------
*Added Starter Sypnosis to the Walkthrough, and updated FAQ.

Version 2.5, 17th June 2006:
----------------------------
*Changed formatting and rewrote the Table of Contents.

Version 2.6, 24th June 2006:
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*Updated the Mt. Battle and Purify Chamber sections.

Version 2.7, 1st July 2006:
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*Updated FAQ.

Version 2.8, 8th July 2006:
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*Added Move Tutor section and updated FAQ.

Version 2.9, 15th July 2006:
----------------------------
*Updated FAQ.

Version 3.0, 22th July 2006:
----------------------------
*Updated FAQ.

Version 3.1, 14th August 2006:
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*Added Strategies to the Orre Colosseum Walkthrough.
*Fixed Battle CD08's Solution.

Version 3.2, 9th September 2006:
--------------------------------
*Added ASCII art to the top of the FAQ/Walkthrough.

Version 3.3, 30th September 2006:
---------------------------------
*Moved "Jovi's Diary" and "Agate Move Tutor" to the Side Quests section.
*Added "Agate Day Care" to the same section.

Version 3.4, 14th October 2006:
-------------------------------
*Added "Poke Spots" to the Side Quests section.

Version 3.5, 22nd March 2008:
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*Updated FAQ.

Version 3.6, 24th May 2008:
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*Revamped the entire FAQ.

Version 3.7, 19th July 2008:
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*Changed the Recommended Team for Orre Colosseum.

Version 3.8, 20th February 2010:
--------------------------------
*Changed "Trainer Rematches" to "Re-Match Trainers".

Version 3.9, 20th July 2011:
----------------------------
*Added info regarding two trainers that I missed in Citadark Isle (thanks to
 WhiscashLord).

Version 4.0, 22nd July 2011:
----------------------------
*Tidied up "Version History".
*Added info to "Shadow Pokemon".

Version 4.1, 4th November 2013:
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*Added a note about Trapinch to "Poke Spots".

Version 4.2, 18th November 2013:
--------------------------------
*Added a note about Zubat to "Poke Spots".

Version 4.3, 6th January 2015:
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*Changed "Side Quests" to "Misc. Stuff".

Version 4.4, 20th March 2015:
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*Changed all mention of Side Quests to Misc. Stuff in the Walkthrough and
 Frequently Asked Questions.

Version 4.5, 29th January 2016:
-------------------------------
*Added a bit of info to "Introduction".
*Added "You can't leave a Shadow Pokemon at the Agate Day Care" to "Shadow
 Pokemon".

Version 4.6, 8th June 2016:
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*Reptobismol's Orre Colosseum Guide seems to have been removed from GameFAQs,
 so I added that you can find it on neoseeker.com instead.

Version 4.7, 22nd June 2016:
----------------------------
*Changed a bit of info about when to save to "Hints and Tips".
*It turns out that once a Shadow Pokemon is encountered for the first time, its
 Nature, IVs and gender will remain the same for the rest of the game, so I
 fixed my mistake (I thought they didn't stay the same).

Version 4.8, 4th July 2016:
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*Fixed mistakes about Shininess.

Version 4.9, 12th October 2016:
-------------------------------
*Added a bit of info to give closure to the walkthrough.

Version 5.0, 23rd March 2018:
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*Added that Miror B.'s Ludicolo know Ice Beam and Energy Ball as well in the
 final battle with him.
*Made a few corrections to Pokemon rarity at Poke Spots.

Version 5.1, 30th March 2018:
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*Tidied up "Hints and Tips" and added a tip.
*Added a note to start of the walkthrough.
*Rewrote parts of "Outskirt Stand" and "Team Snagem Hideout" in the
 walkthrough.

Version 5.2, 4th April 2018:
----------------------------
*Tidied up "Game Overview. Removed "Field Screen", "Battle Screen" and
 "Defintions", as I thought they were unnecessary sections.
*Tidied up "Hints and Tips" some more.
*Tidied up "Frequently Asked Questions" and added a few questions.
*Changed "Mew Movesets" to "Mew Move Tutor".  Removed my info and added
 Bulpapedia's info.
*Changed "Agate Teacher Lady" to "Agate Move Tutor".  Tidied up that section,
 too.

Version 5.3, 12th April 2018:
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*Removed advice and data on trainer battles for Orre Colosseum, as you can
 check Reptobismol's Orre Colosseum Guide on neoseeker.com for those.
*Removed advice and data on trainer battles for Mt. Battle, as you can check
 swordsmanguy123's Mt. Battle FAQ for those.
*Tidied up "Colosseums" section.
*Added info about Shadow Makuhita to the ONBS part of the walkthrough.
*Added a few tips to "Hints and Tips".
*Added a bit more info about Eagun and Orre Colosseum to the Aftermath part of
 the walkthrough.
*Added more specific info on where to find the Pokemon Day Care, Teacher Lady
 and Berry Man.

Version 5.4, 19th April 2018:
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*Rewrote "Cipher Key Lair" part of the walkthrough.
*Added info about Shadow Baltoy and Duskull to the walkthrough.
*Added info about Teddiursa's Pickup ability to the walkthrough in the Cipher
 Lab part.
*Tidied up "Game Controls".

Version 5.5, 25th April 2018 (not released):
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*Rewrote the last part of "Cipher Key Lair" in the walkthrough.
*Added list of changes made since the first game to "Introduction".
*Fixed what Pokemon Duking wants in "List of Pokemon".
*Rewrote a bit of the last part of "Citadark Isle" in the walkthrough.
*Added a bit of info about Umbreon to Starter Choices in the walkthrough.

Version 5.6, 25th April 2018:
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*Rewrote most of the Citadark Isle part in the walkthrough.

Version 5.7, 29th April 2018:
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*Added a few tips to "Hints and Tips" and tidied up the section as well.
*Added a few changes made since the first game to "Introduction".
*Added a question to "Frequently Asked Questions" and tidied up the section
 too.
*Added that the Poke Mart in Realgam Tower sells some of the game's best TMs to
 "Realgam Tower".

Version 5.8, 7th May 2018:
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*Added two tips to "Hints and Tips".
*Added a few more changes made to "Introduction".
*Added some examples of Max Tempo Sets to "Purify Chamber".
*Added that Normal is treated as strong against itself to "Purify Chamber".
*Added a bit of info to Starter Choices in the walkthrough.

Version 5.9, 12th May 2018:
---------------------------
*Added a few more changes made to "Introduction".
*Added a bit of into to the Mt. Battle part of the walkthrough.
*Added that you can use Emerald cloning glitch to clone Hordel's Togepi or
 Togetic to "Frequently Asked Questions".

Version 6.0, 18th May 2018:
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*Added info on Minority Suspect's Orre Colosseum Guide on smogon.com to "Orre
 Colosseum".
*Added the differences between the Relic Stone and Purify Chamber to "Purify
 Chamber".
*Added "Er, I think I overtrained my party" to just before 2nd Lovrina battle.

Version 6.1, 8th June 2018:
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*Added info on shiny zangoose's FireRed/LeafGreen 2vs2 Team Building FAQ to
 "Orre Colosseum".
*Added a few changes made to "Introduction".
*Removed info on Baltoy, Duskull, Trapinch, Zubat and Makuhita, as I found that
 they took too much time to train.
*Added info on Shroomish to "Cipher Lab".
*Added a bit of info about Espeon and Vaporeon to Starter Choices.
*Added that Ultra Balls and Hyper Potions become available after upgrading your
 Scouter.

Version 6.2, 20th June 2018:
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*Added a note about Eldes lowering the glass wall that Greevil raised to the
 walkthrough.
*Added Poke Balls and Great Balls to Pyrite Town Poke Mart listing.
*Added a tip to "Hints and Tips".

Version 6.3, 14th November 2018:
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*Updated general guide stuff such as opening and Contact Info.
*Changed boss format a bit.

Version 6.4, 19th November 2018:
--------------------------------
*Forgot to change Miror B.'s boss format in "Misc. Stuff" in the previous
 update, so I did that.

Version 6.5, 4th February 2019:
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*Rewrote where to find the Happiness Rater in "Frequently Asked Questions".

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3.  Game Overview
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This section overviews everything you should know prior to starting this game.
I won't be giving much detail on the gameplay of XD as, like Colosseum, it has
similar mechanics to the core Gen III games and there is a lot of good
information in the Wikipedia article Gameplay of Pokemon (link below).

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gameplay_of_Pok%C3%A9mon

Note1: Like Colosseum, most fights in this game are Double Battles.

Note2: The Run option is replaced with the Call option.

Note3: Items are transferred to your PC if there's no space for them in your
inventory.

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			3.01 - GAME CONTROLS
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+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+
| FIELD SCREEN |
+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+

Control Stick: Move your character/Move cursor/Select option.
+Control Pad: Same as Control Stick.
C Stick: Same as Control Stick.
Start: Display the menu.
A: Talk, examine an item, or scroll through text.
B: Cancel.
X: Display the menu or move an item.
Y: Same as X.
L: Reset the orders of items and balls.
R: Same as L.

+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+
| BATTLE SCREEN |
+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+

Control Stick: Select option.
+Control Stick: Same as Control Stick.
C Stick: Same as Control Stick.
A: Confirm.
B: Cancel.

+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+
| PURIFY CHAMBER |
+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+

Control Stick: Move cursor/Select option.
+Control Pad: Same as Control Stick.
C Stick: Same as Control Stick.
A: Confirm.
B: Cancel.
L: Change a Set.
R: Same as L.
Z: Switch screen to PC or Party Pokemon.


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			3.02 - SHADOW POKEMON
===============================================================================

Cipher has used artifical means to close the hearts of captured Pokemon and
turn them into vicious fighting machines dubbed "Shadow Pokemon."

A Shadow Pokemon, when encountered, is generated in the same way that a wild
Pokemon is generated in the Generation III games, with its personality value
and individual values generated together and no effort values. Shadow Pokemon
don't have a set Nature or a set gender, but once encountered, the personality
value, Nature and IVs are saved to the memory for the Shadow Monitor to be able
to keep track of their exact status and location. This means that once a Shadow
Pokemon is encountered for the first time, its Nature, IVs and gender will
remain the same for the rest of the game.

Source: http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Shadow_Pok%C3%A9mon

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Restrictions
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You can't do any of the following with a Shadow Pokemon until it is purified:

*Level it up.
*Evolve it.
*Use a Rare Candy on it.
*Change the order of its moves.
*Delete its moves.
*Give it a nickname.
*Trade it.
*Enter it in battles at Orre Colosseum.
*Leave it at the Agate Day Care.

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Purification
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The stages of Purification are as follows:

0% Purified - The door to the Pokemon's heart is tightly shut.  Its nature is
unknown.  This is the state at which a Shadow Pokemon is snagged.
20% Purified - The door to the Pokemon's heart is opening up.  It gains a
Regular Move.
40% Purified - The door to the Pokemon's heart is opening wider.  Its nature is
revealed.
60% Purified - The door to the Pokemon's heart is nearly open.  Its gains
another Regular Move.
80% Purified - The door to the Pokemon's heart is almost fully open.  It will
go into Reverse Mode more often.
100% Purified - The door to the Pokemon's heart is about to open.  Undo the
final lock through a Purification Ritual at the Relic Stone in Agate Village
or at the Purify Chamber in HQ Lab.

The actions that can slowly open the door to a Pokemon's heart are as follows:

*Walking with a Shadow Pokemon.
*Sending a Shadow Pokemon into battle.
*Calling a Shadow Pokemon to its senses from Reverse Mode.
*Using a Cologne Scent on a Shadow Pokemon.
*Leaving a Shadow Pokemon with Regular Pokemon in a Set of the Purify Chamber.

Once a Pokemon is purified, any Shadow Moves are replaced with Regular Moves.
It gains any Experience and Effort Values that it has earned in battles prior
to the purification meaning that it may gain one or more levels.  The Pokemon
receives a special Ribbon for "clearing all difficulties".

Source: http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Purification

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Shadow Moves
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Shadow Moves are special moves that are used only by Shadow Pokemon.  If a
Regular Pokemon is hit by a Shadow Move, it will sustain heavy damage.
Conversely, if a Shadow Move hits a Shadow Pokemon, it will not be very
effective.  Also, Shadow Moves don't use any Power Points (PP), so they can be
used over and over again without limit.

Interestingly enough, Shadow attacks can be either physical or special.  All
the Shadow Moves in the game are listed below in alphabetical order.


Shadow Blast
------------
Description: A wicked blade of air formed using a shadowy aura.
Power: 80
Accuracy: 100

Shadow Blitz
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Description: A Pokemon throws this tackle while casting a shadowy aura.
Power: 40
Accuracy: 100

Shadow Bolt
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Description: A shadowy thunder attack that may paralyze.
Power: 75
Accuracy: 100

Shadow Break
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Description: A shattering ram attack with a shadowy aura.
Power: 75
Accuracy: 100

Shadow Chill
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Description: A shadowy ice attack that may cause freezing.
Power: 75
Accuracy: 100

Shadow Down
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Description: A shadowy aura sharply cuts the foe's defence.
Power: ---
Accuracy: 100

Shadow End
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Description: A shadowy ram attack that also rebounds on the user.
Power: 120
Accuracy: 60

Shadow Fire
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Description: A shadowy fireball attack that may inflict a burn.
Power: 75
Accuracy: 100

Shadow Half
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Description: A shadowy aura's energy cuts everyone's HP by half.  The user must
re-charge after use.
Power: ---
Accuracy: 100

Shadow Hold
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Description: A shadowy aura descends to prevent fleeing.
Power: ---
Accuracy: 80

Shadow Mist
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Description: A shadowy aura sharply cuts the foe's evasiveness.
Power: ---
Accuracy: 100

Shadow Panic
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Description: A shadowy aura emanates to cause confusion.
Power: ---
Accuracy: 60

Shadow Rave
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Description: A shadowy aura in the ground is used to launch spikes at
both opponents.
Power: 70
Accuracy: 100

Shadow Rush
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Description: A Pokemon executes a tackle while exuding a shadowy aura.
Power: 55
Accuracy: 100

Shadow Shed
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Description: A shadowy aura eliminates Reflect and similar moves.
Power: ---
Accuracy: 100

Shadow Storm
------------
Description: A shadowy aura is used to whip up a vicious tornado at both
opponents.
Power: 95
Accuracy: 100

Shadow Sky
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Description: Darkness slowly hurts all non-Shadow Pokemon for 5 turns.
Power: ---
Accuracy: 100

Shadow Wave
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Description: Shadowy aura waves are loosed to inflict damage.
Power: 50
Accuracy: 100

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Reverse Mode
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A Shadow Pokemon will occasionally go out of control if its emotions run wild.
This is referred to as "Reverse Mode".  When a Shadow Pokemon is undergoing
Purification, its heart slowly opens as it gradually prepares to return to its
natural state.  However, its shadowy aura doesn't go away until the
Purification is complete.  The Shadow Pokemon sometimes snaps under its
influence.  A Shadow Pokemon is more likely to go into Reverse Mode the closer
it is to full Purification.  When a Shadow Pokemon is in Reverse Mode, it will
take damage from its own attacks, and it won't accept any item except a Cologne
Scent.  You can make it come to its senses by Calling it or giving it a Cologne
Massage.


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			3.03 - HINTS AND TIPS
===============================================================================

*I advise saving your game often.  This game doesn't automatically save your
 progress, so you must save to record it.  Unlike Pokemon Colosseum, you can
 save your progress anywhere.  If you lose a battle, you can re-load your last
 save to get your money back.

*I advise healing your Pokemon often at a Pokemon Centre/Healing Machine.  I
 also recommend buying some healing items such as Revives, Super Potions and
 Full Heals before entering a dungeon.

*Make sure you have 20-30 balls with you before entering a dungeon full of
 Shadow Pokemon if you want to snag them all.  If you start to run low on
 balls, you can always leave and get some more, though.

*When you enter a Cipher facility, you'll be ambushed by a lot of Cipher Peons.
 These Peons will jump down from above to battle you, so watch out.  Always
 save your game in case you forget that they're waiting for you.  After you
 defeat them, they won't challenge you again, so you can leave the Cipher
 facility and heal your Pokemon if you want to.

*If you want to catch a Pokemon, you'll have to weaken it first.  Don't use
 super effective or strong moves against it, since you'll probably knock it out
 by accident.  Although Burn/Poison-related moves, Hail or Sandstorm can slowly
 weaken a Pokemon, they might cause it to faint before a ball catches it
 successfully, so be cautious.  Your best bet is to use not very effective or
 weak moves to bring the Pokemon's HP down to the red/yellow zone.  Then, use
 moves like Thunder Wave and Sleep Powder to inflict a status condition and you
 should be able to catch it.  If not, keep throwing balls until you do.  There
 is a chance of catching a Pokemon with full HP and no status condition,
 though, since I did this with a Lapras once.

*Hydro Pump, Fire Blast, Thunder and Blizzard pack quite a punch.  If you don't
 mind their 70-85% accuracy and low PP (Thunder's accuracy becomes 100% if Rain
 Dance is in play, though), I'd recommend using them.  The latter three can be
 brought as TMs at Realgam Tower.

*Hidden Power may be good depending on its type and power.  It can be brought
 as a TM at Realgam Tower.

*I advise training your party of Pokemon at locations like Mt. Battle and
 Pyrite Colosseum for a bit every now and then to raise their levels to have
 an easier time against your opponents later on.  You can also challenge
 Re-Match Trainers over and over again.

*I recommend using a variety of types such as Hondour, Mareep and Spheal,
 so you'll have a balanced party.  Some Pokemon in this game are Dual-Types and
 are good for covering a lot of types, since you can have up to 12 different
 types are on your team instead of just six.  The second type can sometimes
 counter what would normally be a Super Effective move.  For example, an
 Electric-type attack on an Altaria is neutralized by its primary Dragon-type.

*If you give a slow Pokemon (eg. Ampharos) a Quick Claw, it may attack first.

*A purified Shadow Pokemon might not know certain moves from its learnset,
 though you can ask the Move Relearner at Mt. Battle to teach them.

*Although Shadow Moves are Super Effective against Regular Pokemon, if you use
 your own Shadow Pokemon against your opponent's, Shadow Moves will not be very
 effective.  If your Shadow Pokemon know non-Shadow Moves, you will have an
 advantage over them.

*When you are progressing through the game, try to Snag all the Shadow Pokemon
 that you encounter.  Although you can get most of them from Wanderer Miror B.
 (you have unlimited chances to get the others from their Trainers), he can
 only have 1-2 random Shadow Pokemon in his team at a time, so it will take a
 long time to acquire all 83 if you start trying to Snag them at the end.  If
 you knock out a Shadow Pokemon accidentally, you can re-load your last save to
 get another chance to Snag it without having to wait for Miror B. to show up
 with it.

*Towards the end of the game, Trainers will have more than 1 Shadow Pokemon in
 their teams.  To counter this, I advise leaving one of your opponent's Regular
 Pokemon out to avoid having to face 2 Shadow Pokemon at a time.

*Shadow Arbok, Hitmonlee, Electabuzz and Swellow all know Shadow Half, a move
 which halves the HP of all Pokemon in battle.  It is useful for weakening
 Shadow Pokemon with ease.  When trying to Snag Arbok, Hitmonlee, Electabuzz
 and Swellow, Shadow Half may make them weak enough to be caught.  Be cautious,
 as you may inadvertently knock them out if, after using Shadow Half, any
 attack would faint them.  False Swipe is a good alternative.

*In addition to utilizing type advantages, physical moves work well against
 Pokemon with low Def and special moves are good against Pokemon with low Sp
 Def.  For example, Alakazam has a low Def, so you can do major damage to it
 with attacks such as Body Slam and Earthquake.

*Awakenings are useless in this game, as you can just Call your Pokemon back
 from sleep.

*If you're low on money, I recommend battling the Re-Match Trainers or
 participating in Pyrite/Realgam Colosseum over and over again.  Also, try
 giving one of your Pokemon an Amulet Coin to hold.

*Reflect/Light Screen are good for reducing the amount of physical/special
 damage you take.  Espeon and Ampharos work well as a team in this game with
 the former using Reflect and the latter using Light Screen.

*Helping Hand is good for boosting an ally's move a bit.  It may not seem like
 much, but it can make a difference in some battles.

*Houndoom is a good Sunnybeamer, especially for handling Water dual types that
 are unaffected by Electric attacks such as Quagsire and Lanturn.

*Protect is handy sometimes, especially if used with Earthquake.

*A Leftovers is best given to a bulky Pokemon (eg. Walrein or Vaporeon).

*Never miss attacks such as Aerial Ace and Shock Wave are handy against Pokemon
 that use Double Team often.


###############################################################################
4.  Walkthrough
###############################################################################

When you start a new game, you'll be prompted to name your character.  You can
choose one of the default names or make up your own.  If you want to continue
a previous game, select Continue and you'll appear at your last save point.

NOTE1: As this guide is primarily a walkthrough, I won't be giving in-depth
info on stuff such as trainer battles, maps and items.  Just the ones I
encounter or find.

NOTE2: You'll be asked a variety of questions as you progress through the game.
Many of these are inconsequential and won't affect the progression of the plot.
If you get them wrong, another character will put you right, though.

===============================================================================
			4.01 - POKEMON HQ LAB
===============================================================================

After the opening movie ends, you find yourself in battle with a Trainer.  Use
your Salamence's Earthquake once or twice to knock out the enemy Metagross.  It
transpires that you were in a Battle Sim and a Level 10 Eevee is your real
Pokemon.

Go left and talk with Lily and Prof. Krane.  Lily (your mother) asks you to
find your sister Jovi.  Krane advises that you check out the P*DA in your room.
"PDA" stands for Pokemon Digital Assistant and can be used for e-mail, among
other things.

Explore the Pokemon HQ Lab and learn the layout of the building.  Watch the
television on the second floor to discover that authorities have failed to find
any traces of the cargo ship S.S. Libra since its sudden disappearance off the
coast of Gateon Port.  When you're finished examining objects and talking to
civilians, go to your room and grab a P*DA from the table.  While you're there,
you can also take 3 Potions from the chest nearby.  You can obtain Battle CD 33
once you've progressed through the game and liberated Phenac City.

When you try to leave your room, you'll recieve an e-mail from Prof. Krane.
He suggests that you talk to Adon about Jovi, so go back to the second floor
and speak with him.  If you can't find him, check underneath the tables in the
bottom-left corner of the room where the television is.  Adon thinks that Jovi
may have gone off to Dr. Kaminko's manor to visit her friend Chobin.  It's a
big, weird house southeast of HQ Lab.

POKEMON HQ LAB (Exterior)
--------------
*Supertrainer Alfred: L5 Sentret

You can challenge Supertrainer Afred outside to practice battling.  Your Level
10 Eevee's moveset is Tackle, Bite, Tail Whip, and Sand-Attack, so Afred's
Level 5 Sentret should be easy to defeat.  Use Tackle/Bite to take it down
after two turns.  Travel to Dr. Kaminko's House.

===============================================================================
			4.02 - DR. KAMINKO'S HOUSE
===============================================================================

KAMINKO'S HOUSE (Exterior)
---------------
*Kaminko Aide Chobin: L5 Sunkern

When you arrive outside Dr. Kaminko's House, approach the building and you'll
be confronted by Kaminko's assistant Chobin.  He mistakes you for a burglar and
battles you.  Like your battle with Afred, this fight is fairly easy.

Upon winning, Chobin realises that you're not a burglar and apologises for
coming to the wrong conclusion.  Jovi appears and asks if you got lost.  Enter
the manor and speak with Jovi.  You can obtain Battle CDs 49 and 50 here after
destroying the Cipher Key Lair.  After Jovi "joins" your party, leave and
you'll receive an e-mail from Prof. Krane.  He needs your help with something,
so go back to HQ Lab.

As you return to HQ, Jovi "leaves" your party, and Lily advises that you see
Prof. Krane immediately.  Krane isn't in the Lab for some reason, so head
upstairs and speak with a man wearing a white hat and blue shirt in the
Director's Office.  It seems Krane went downstairs a little while ago, so
return to the first floor and talk to him.

It seems the scientists have finished completing their latest invention, the
Snag Machine.  Shadow Pokemon are victims of criminals who use them for
misdeeds.  The most effective means of taking such Pokemon from criminals is
to use the Snag Machine developed by Cipher five years ago.  It is an
unforgiveable act among Trainers to steal another Trainer's Pokemon, but there
is no other way to save the Shadow Pokemon.  The Aura Reader's development made
it possible to create a workable new Snag Machine.  The Aura Reader can be made
to sound a warning and prevent the Snag Machine from working if a regular,
non-Shadow Pokemon is targeted.

After you equip the Snag Machine, Aidan will add a Shadow Monitor to your P*DA.
It lets you check data on all the Shadow Pokemon you've encountered.  Aidan
also gives you 5 Poke Balls.  Suddenly, some strange men come barging in and
kidnap Prof. Krane off-screen.  They're members of Cipher, the criminal
organisation from Pokemon Colosseum.

POKEMON HQ LAB (Exterior)
--------------
Spy Naps: L11+ Teddiursa (S)

Head outside and Naps will start a battle.  When he sends out his Teddiursa,
Krane identifies it as a Shadow Pokemon.  Simply throw a Poke Ball to Snag it.
However, in later battles, you'll have to weaken a Shadow Pokemon if you want
to Snag it.

Undeterred, the villains make their getaway with Prof. Krane in a futuristic
car.  Despite the kidnapping of Krane, Lily makes the decision to continue
working on completing the Purify Chamber.  Talk to her upstairs and she'll ask
you to do an errand for her in Gateon Port.  She ordered a Machine Part for the
Purify Chamber from the Parts Shop.  Jovi volunteers to accompany you, so she
"joins" your party again.

===============================================================================
			4.03 - GATEON PORT
===============================================================================

As you explore Gateon Port, Jovi spots the Parts Shop just ahead and runs
towards it, only to accidentally bump into a vicious bully named Zook.  Zook
complains that Jovi has messed up his hair, and threatens to set his Shadow
Zangoose on her.  He then notices you and decides to attack you instead.
Fortunately, Zook is interrupted by Mr. Verich and his bodyguards.  One of the
bodyguards, Mystery Man Ardos, orders his Alakazam to attack Zook's Zangoose,
defeating it instantly.

When Mr. Verich and his bodyguards leave the scene, head left to reach the
Parts Shop.  On your way there, you'll meet Emili (Jovi's friend) and her
mother Acri.  Enter the Parts Shop and speak with the sailor inside.  He's
minding the shop for a bit while Perr is off fixing the rotating bridges.
Listen to his tale and he'll let you have one of five Eeveelution items so you
can evolve your Eevee into a Espeon, Vaporeon, Jolteon, Umbreon or Flareon!

A Water Stone evolves Eevee into a Vaporeon, Thunderstone Jolteon, Fire
Stone Flareon, Moon Shard Umbreon, and Sun Shard Espeon.  You can evolve Eevee
into Vaporeon, Jolteon or Flareon instantly by using the Stones, but Eevee
will only evolve into Umbreon or Espeon when it's happy.  Fortunately, your
Eevee starts with max happiness, so it will evolve when it gains a level.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~				EEVEELUTIONS		     		      ~
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
| POKEMON	| TYPE	     | STRENGTH		     | WEAKNESS		      |
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Vaporeon	| Water	     | Fire, Ground, Rock    | Grass, Electric        |
| Jolteon	| Electric   | Water, Flying	     | Ground                 |
| Flareon	| Fire       | Grass, Bug, Steel     | Water, Rock, Ground    |
| Umbreon	| Dark       | Psychic, Ghost        | Fighting, Bug	      |
| Espeon        | Psychic    | Fighting, Poison      | Bug, Ghost, Dark       |
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Analysis
--------
Espeon has high Sp Atk/Spd and its notable level-up moves are Confusion, Swift,
Psybeam, Psychic and Morning Sun.  Espeon's Psychic-type attacks can deal
neutral damage against most enemy Pokemon and there aren't a lot of strong
Bug, Ghost and Dark types in this game.  It's also strong against Fighting
and Poison types (common types).  Thanks to its amazing Sp Atk, Espeon's Bite
can take out most Psychics and Ghosts with ease.

Flareon is a difficult Pokemon to use, as its level-up movepool is poor, though
it has an OK enough Atk to cause decent damage with Bite and Flamethrower.  You
can teach Flareon the TMs Iron Tail and Shadow Ball to take advantage of its
high Atk (although the former is somewhat inaccurate).  Flareon's notable level
-up moves are only Ember, Quick Attack and Flamethrower (and it won't get the
latter until Level 52), but you can teach it the TMs Fire Blast or
Flamethrower.  Its low Spd is another disadvantage, though Quick Attack can get
around it and is actually quite good, since it runs off Flareon's huge Atk.

Jolteon has high Spd/Sp Atk and its notable level-up moves are Thundershock,
Double Kick, Pin Missile and Thunder Wave (although they are mostly weak and
run off its low Atk).  You can use Jolteon to outrun most opponents and
paralyze them with Thunder Wave.  You can also teach it the TMs Thunder,
Thunderbolt and/or Shock Wave to take advantage of its high Sp Atk.

Vaporeon has high HP/Sp Atk and its notable level-up moves are Water Gun,
Aurora Beam, Haze, Acid Armor and Hydro Pump.  You can teach Vaporeon the TMs
Water Pulse, Blizzard and Ice Beam.  It's a bulky Pokemon that can survive
a few super effective hits and still work well as an attacker.  It has low Spd,
though.

As a defensive Pokemon, Umbreon has high Sp Def/Def and HP, but its Sp Atk/Atk
and Spd are low.  Umbreon's notable level-up moves are Pursuit, Confuse Ray,
Faint Attack, Mean Look and Moonlight.  Doesn't really need TMs to be useful,
though Taunt, Torment and Snatch are recommended.  It's a great annoyer but
not a good attacker.  It's best used as support for your other party members.

Aside from Umbreon, the Eevee evolutions have average Sp Def.  With the
exception of Vaporeon and Umbreon, they also have low HP and Def.  If you want
an easy game, I suggest choosing Espeon.  If you want a normal game, I
recommend choosing Jolteon, Vaporeon or Umbreon.  If you want a hard game, I
advise choosing Flareon.  Although you can only choose one Eevee Evolution,
you can catch Pokemon, such as Houndour (Dark/Fire), Mareep (Electric), Spheal
(Ice/Water) and Ralts (Psychic) as alternatives to the others later on.
Whatever your choice, keep Bite around, as it is super effective against
Psychics and Ghosts.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Once you've taken an Eeveelution item, exit the Parts Shop and go over to the
rotating bridges to find Perr, who has just finished fixing them.  Follow him
back to his shop and he'll give you the Machine Part you need.  Although you
can now go back to the Pokemon HQ, I recommend battling the Trainers here
and snagging a few Shadow Pokemon first so you'll then have 4 Pokemon on your
team (use the rotating bridges to move around).

GATEON PORT
-----------
*Sailor Bost: L6 Whismur, L6 Marill
*Casual Guy Cyle: L6 Taillow, L10+ Ledyba (S)
*Bodybuilder Kilen: L6 Zubat, L10+ Poochyena (S)
*Navigator Berk: L6 Wingull, L6 Lotad

At the Lighthouse, you can obtain 1 Potion, 3 Poke Balls and 1 Awakening.  If
you defeat Sailor Bost in a battle, he'll give you TM45.

Now, go back to the Pokemon HQ and speak with Lily.  When you hand over the
Machine Part to her, she'll admit that she needs more time to finish completing
the Purify Chamber.  Fortunately, there is another way to Purify your Shadow
Pokemon.  Lily reveals that the mysterious Relic Stone in Agate Village can
Purify Shadow Pokemon, so let's go there.

===============================================================================
			4.04 - AGATE VILLAGE
===============================================================================

When you arrive in Agate Village, grab the Poke Ball from the chest and
fight the Trainers.  Ledyba is good here.

AGATE VILLAGE
-------------
*Fun Old Man Clerr: L7 Oddish, L7 Machop
*Cooltrainer Cida: L7 Igglypuff, L7 Azurill
*Rider Hebort: L6 Wurmple, L7 Silcoon
*Matron Belish: L7 Poochyena, L7 Nincada
*Bodybuilder Dosk: L7 Trogue, L8 Grimer, L8 Zubat

You can find Belish behind Eagun's house.  It's a bit confusing, but there is
a hidden slope behind it that leads to her.  If you defeat her, she'll give
you TM09.

Go to Eagun's house (the tree-shaped house) and speak with Beluh (Eagun's wife).
Eagun arrives on the scene and permits you to enter the Relic Stone Cave.

RELIC CAVE
----------
*Cooltrainer Corps: L8 Zigzagoon, L8 Numel
*Supertrainer Jols: L8 Snubbull, L8 Corphish, L8 Lotad
*Matron Ladi: L8 Cacnea, L8 Slugma
*Fun Old Man Cron: L9 Horsea, L9 Abra, L9 Shroomish

When you beat Fun Old Man Cron, he'll give you the Cologne Case as a reward.
The Case holds all the Scents that you purchase from Agate Village's Poke Mart.
Scents can be used on Shadow Pokemon to help Purify them, but the Purify
Chamber (when it's finally completed) is much better for Purification.  After
defeating all the Trainers, you can find Myth Trainer Eagun on the cave's
other side.  He immediately challenges you to a battle.

MY PARTY
 _______________
| POKEMON	|
+---------------+
| L14 Espeon    |
| L11 Teddiursa |
| L10 Ledyba    |
| L10 Poochyena |
+---------------+

+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+
| BOSS BATTLE: MYTH TRAINER EAGUN |
+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+
________________________________________________
| POKEMON		| TYPE	     		|
-------------------------------------------------
| L12 Pikachu   	| Electric		|
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Notes and Strategy
------------------
Be wary of Pikachu's Thunderbolt, as it can take out Ledyba in one hit and
cause major damage to your other Pokemon, too.  Try using Teddiursa's Lick to
paralyze Pikachu.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

After the battle, Eagun suggests that you use the power of the Relic Stone to
completely open the hearts of Shadow Pokemon.  Go up to the Relic Stone and
select a Shadow Pokemon in your party to Purify.

When you appear in Eagun's house, he will suggest asking his friend Vander for
help in finding Professor Krane.  Vander claims to have seen sinister
characters out in the desert where few people dare to tread.  Perhaps they're
the same people who kidnapped the Professor?  Eagun adds Vander's location,
Mt. Battle, to the map.  After Eagun takes note of your P*DA number, go to
Mt. Battle.  You can obtain Battle CD 14 from Wobbuffet after the Snag Machine
is stolen.

===============================================================================
			4.05 - MT. BATTLE
===============================================================================

When you arrive at Mt. Battle, Mystery Man Eldes will speak with you.  Eldes is
one of Mr. Verich's bodyguards that you met earlier at Gateon Port.  Eldes
informs you that he trained at Mt. Battle.  As a result, he attained his
bodyguard status, but he is now questioning his motive for gaining power.  As
Eldes leaves, remember that this isn't the first time you've seen him and it
won't be the last.

Enter the building and speak with the receptionist.  The Areas of Mt. Battle
are closed for the moment, but she grants you permission to see Vander on Area
1.  Fortunately, you only have to defeat 3 Trainers to reach him this time.

Before you enter Area 1, speak with the Move Deleter and the Move Relearner in
the lobby.  Move Deleter can delete any moves your Pokemon have learned free of
charge.  Move Relearner can allow your Pokemon to relearn moves it has
forgotten, but you must pay 1000 Poke Coupons for this service and the Pokemon
must not know more than three moves.

Area 1
------
*Beauty Miru: L9 Wurmple, L9 Wingull
*Casual Dude Cridel: L9 Corphish, L10 Swablu
*Cooltrainer Bardo: L10 Doduo, L10 Spoink

After beating the above Trainers, speak with Vander.  He reveals there is a
Cipher research facility in the desert south of Mt. Battle.  It's been there
since the Shadow Pokemon incident.

Now that you've talked to Vander, Mt. Battle will re-open and you can come back
here anytime to train.  As you leave Mt. Battle, you'll recieve an e-mail from
Eagun.  He informs you that Poke Balls are now on sale in Agate Village's Poke
Mart.  Sweet!

===============================================================================
			4.06 - CIPHER LAB
===============================================================================

Outside
-------
*Cipher Peon Resix: L14 Slugma, L17+ Houndour (S)
*Cipher Peon Blusix: L11 Horsea, L12 Goldeen, L17+ Spheal (S)
*Cipher Peon Yellosix: L12 Electrike, L11 Chinchou, L17+ Mareep (S)
*Cipher Peon Browsix: L14 Hoothoot, L17+ Baltoy (S)
*Cipher Peon Purpsix: L10 Koffing, L11 Grimer, L10 Tentacool, L7+ Gulpin (S)
*Cipher Peon Greesix: L9 Oddish, L9 Cacnea, L9 Shroomish, L8 Lotad, L9 Pineco,
 L17+ Seedot (S)

Upon arriving at Mystery Facility (henceforth referred to as 'Cipher Lab'),
you'll meet the Hexagon Brothers (Cipher Peons Resix, Blusix, Yellosix, Browsix,
Purpsix and Greesix).  You must defeat one of them before you can enter the
building.  It's best to fight the brothers that you aren't weak to first before
tackling the others.

I recommend replacing Teddiursa, Ledyba and Poochyena with
Houndour, Mareep and Spheal, as they are stronger Pokemon and will make your
party more balanced.  Teddiursa is worth keeping in your party, though, even if
you don't train it, as its Pickup ability gives it a chance of picking up an
item
after a battle if it doesn't already hold one.

Now would be a good time to purify and train your newly acquired Shadow
Pokemon at Mt. Battle.  You should be strong enough to clear Areas 1-2.  By
completing Area 2 for the first time, you receive TM05.  I advise teaching it
to Vaporeon or Spheal.

1F
--
*Cipher Peon Corla: L14 Duskull, L14 Skitty

There's a Healing Machine here.  Your path is blocked by an ambush from Cipher
Peon Corla.  Take the elevator down.

B1
--
*Cipher Peon Javion: L13 Doduo, L14 Taillow

The path here splits three ways.  Go right into a hall guarded by Javion.  Use
the elevator at the end and head south to trigger a battle with Mesak.

B3
--
*Cipher R&D Mesak: L13 Anorith, L13 Lileep
*Cipher Peon Nexir: L14 Swinub, L13 Shuppet, L14+ Spinarak (S)

Head left and then north to encounter Nexir.  Grab the Revive and take the
staircase up.

B2
--
*Cipher Peon Solax: L15 Ralts, L16 Voltorb, L16 Bagon, L14+ Numel (S)

Head south to eavesdrop on a conversation between Prof. Krane and Cipher Admin
Lovrina.  Lovrina wants to know about Krane's purification theory in order to
power up her XD001, but he refuses to co-operate with her.  Continue going
south to be confronted by Solax.  Then, board the elevator.

B3
--
*Cipher Peon Digor: L17 Abra, L16 Machop, L16 Feebas, L16 Makuhita
*Cipher Peon Crink: L14 Snorunt, L14 Barboach
*Cipher R&D Morbit: L16 Spoink, L14 Lotad, L14 Staryu
*Cipher Peon Cabol: L15+ Carvanha (S), L15 Magnemite, L15 Psyduck, L16
 Remoraid
*Cipher Peon Meda: L16 Natu, L14 Nincada, L15 Wailmer
*Cipher R&D Elrok: L17 Swablu, L16 Wynaut, L15 Corsola
*Cipher R&D Coffy: L14 Dustox, L17 Wingull, L15 Qwilfish, L16 Pineco

There is an elevator beside the one you just existed.  Board this elevator to
find a Healing Machine.  Try opening a chest to trigger a battle with Digor.
Go back down the elevator and head west to encounter Crink.  Go north to find
Morbit.

The path here splits to the north and south.  Take the north path first to
find Cabol and then go south to discover another two-way split.  Head right
first to meet Meda.  Head right and then east to face Elrok, accompanied by
his friend Coffy.  Board the elevator.

B1
--
*Cipher Peon Nopia: L15 Jigglypuff, L17 Chimecho, L16 Dunsparce
*Cipher R&D Klots: L16 Snubbull, L16 Kecleon, L15+ Shroomish (S)
*Cipher Peon Tekot: L13 Clamperl, L14 Corphish, L15 Zubat

Walk towards the hall's end to encounter two scientists.  Apparently, Master
Greevil is making a personal tour of Cipher's facilities, but before you can
hear anymore, you're spotted.  Shroomish is worth snagging, as it will evolve
into a great Grass/Fighting dual type called Breloom if trained well.  To have
an easier time against Klot's Kecleon, manipulate its Color Change ability by
inflicting different type attacks on it.  For example, use Confusion first
and then Bite.

Klots drops an ID Card as he runs off.  Grab it and go through the sliding door
to end up back at the first three-way split.  This time, take the west path to
find Tekot.  Use the ID Card to open the elevator and you'll automatically
head down to the next floor.

B3
--
*Cipher Peon Naps: L18 Murkrow, L18 Rhyhorn, L18 Slakoth, L18 Beldum

Walk up the staircase to meet Naps again.  After Prof. Krane "joins" your
party, grab the Leaf Stone and make your way to 1F.  If you want to heal your
Pokemon, now would be a good time to use the Healing Machine on B1, as there's
a Boss Battle coming up.  When you approach the exit, you'll be confronted by
Lovrina.

MY PARTY
 _______________
| POKEMON	|
+---------------+
| L25 Espeon    |
| L21 Flaaffy   |
| L21 Houndour  |
| L20 Spheal    |
+---------------+

+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+
| BOSS BATTLE: CIPHER ADMIN LOVRINA |
+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+
________________________________________________
| POKEMON		| TYPE	     		|
-------------------------------------------------
| L20 Luvdisc	  	| Water			|
| L19 Beautifly		| Bug/Flying		|
| L19 Roselia		| Grass/Poison		|
| L18+ Delcatty (S)	| Normal		|
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Notes and Strategy
------------------
Luvdisc's Water Gun won't do much damage as it runs off its weak Sp Atk, but it
has high Spd, though.  If Beautifly's Thief hits Flaaffy, the Static ability
might paralyze it.  Roselia is somewhat of an Annoyer, as it can use Leech Seed
and Mega Drain to sap your HP.  Its Pin Missile may cause some damage to your
Grass, Psychic and Dark types.  Luvdisc and Beautifly should go down soon
enough to Flaaffy's Thundershock.  Roselia can be taken down quickly with
Espeon's Confusion or Houndour's Ember.  Be wary of Delcatty's Shadow Rush, as
it can cause major damage.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Lovrina drops a Data Rom as she retreats.  Take it and board the elevator.  You
are returned to HQ Lab.  You can obtain Battle CD 44 in the building opposite
the Cipher Lab after destroying the Cipher Key Lair.

When you return to the Pokemon HQ, you'll learn that the Purify Chamber has
finally been completed.  Professor Krane asks you to test out the machine,
so walk onto it to be sent to the Purify Chamber screen.  Now exit the screen.
from this point in the game, you can access the Purify Chamber in the Pokemon
HQ and at any PC.  However, in order to Purify a Shadow Pokemon, you
must go to the Pokemon HQ.

Once captured, Shadow Pokemon must have their hearts reopened in a process
called Purification so that they may return to their normal state.  The
best-known method of Purification is to have the Shadow Pokemon spend time with
a Trainer and allow their hearts to gradually reopen.  The Purify Chamber is a
radical new concept that differs from the usual Purification method of having a
Pokemon with a Trainer constantly.  It represents a new approach that places
Shadow Pokemon among regular Pokemon so that they become Purified naturally.

Afterwards, Krane asks you to check on Datan upstairs, but he's not there.
He's actually outside in the southeast of the HQ Lab.  Talk to him to learn
that the Data Rom is too heavily protected for him to decipher it.
Fortunately, Krane is confident that Nett of ONBS in Pyrite Town will be able
to access its contents.

===============================================================================
			4.07 - PYRITE TOWN
===============================================================================

PYRITE TOWN
-----------
*Rogue Cail: L16 Ralts, L16 Snubbull, L16 Seedot, L16 Houndour
*Worker Dobit: L16 Spoink, L16 Magnemite, L16 Numel
*Chaser Finol: L16 Shuppet, L16 Ledyba, L16 Remoraid, L17 Togepi
*Rider Dert: L16 Slugma, L16 Natu, L16 Oddish
*Hunter Raling: L17 Zizagoon, L17 Whismur, L17 Aipom, L17 Dunsparce
*Chaser Labet: L17 Swinub, L17 Bagon, L17 Murkrow, L17 Clamperl
*Bodybuilder Doby: L17 Machop, L17 Tentacool

As you explore Pyrite Town, you'll see a police officer interrogate a pair of
punks named Trudly and Folly.  Now might be a good time to challenge the
Trainers around here and at Pyrite Colosseum.  Check the Colosseums section for
more information.  You can heal your Pokemon at the Pyrite Hotel for $100.
Cheap enough I guess, though you can always heal at the Pyrite Colosseum
instead for free.  At the Hotel, you can obtain 3 Great Balls, a Focus Band and
a Paralyze Heal.

Afterwards, enter the OBNS Building and watch the news show on the second
floor.  Then, talk to Secc in his office on the same floor.  He is shocked to
learn that Cipher was using its desert lab again and advises you to take the
Data Rom to Nett straight away.  There is a lost girl (Kandee) here.  Reunite
Kandee with her mother on the third floor to receive a Soothe Bell as thanks.

Nett is in his office on the top floor.  Detro, who is guarding the door, will
eventually let you enter.  Hand the Data Rom to Nett.  He admits that it's
going to take some time to analyze the contents of this Data Rom.  Bitt
suggests that you go to the Rock Poke Spot, one of the three Poke Spots that
Duking has discovered, to see some wild Pokemon.

As you leave ONBS, you'll eavesdrop on a conversation between Trudly and Folly.
Apparently, Folly snuck a transmitter onto their boss to tell where he is by
checking a Radar.

You can obtain Battle CDs 40 and 22 in the Researcher's and Duking's houses
respectively.  You can obtain Battle CDs 38, 36, 24 and 21 on the third floor,
on the top floor, on the first floor and on the second floor of ONBS
respectively after the Snag Machine is stolen.

===============================================================================
			4.08 - POKE SPOTS
===============================================================================

At Rock Poke Spot, an OBNS reporter named Pofty says Duking is the driving
force behind the booming popularity of wild Pokemon in Pyrite Town.  Duking
explains how one goes about attracting wild Pokemon to a Poke Spot and asks you
to help demonstrate.

The stages of catching wild Pokemon are as follows:
1) You need Poke Snacks (Duking gives you 10).
2) Lay those Poke Snacks on the plate nearby.
3) Leave the Poke Spot.
4) Eventually, a wild Pokemon will come along.

The more Poke Snacks you lay out, the longer a Pokemon will stay to eat, making
it that much easier to catch.  The Spot Monitor lets you know what's happening
at any Poke Spot wherever you are.  Duking gives you one as thanks for
participating in the demonstration.  When a wild Pokemon appears, your Spot
Monitor will respond and alert you.  Check the Misc. Stuff section for more
information.

Duking reveals that he's found three Poke Spots and marks the second one,
Oasis Poke Spot, on the map.  At Oasis, Duking admits there are several rare
Pokemon that hardly ever show up at Poke Spots.  He's having a hard time trying
to catch Trapinch, Surskit, and Wooper.  If you able to capture these Pokemon,
Dukingcan will trade you a Level 20 Meditite, Shuckle, and Larvitar
respectively.  Larvitar's the best of the bunch, as it will evolve into the
formidable Tyranitar if trained well.  As Duking leaves, he marks the final
Poke Spot: Cave.  You can find Duking again in his house in Pyrite Town after
ONBS is liberated from Cipher (it's identified by the letter "G" on the
outside).  There is an open door inside that leads to a cave where you will
find him.

At Cave Poke Spot, you come across Trudly and Folly again.  When you confront
them, Folly's Radar will detect their boss Miror B. and sure enough, he
arrives on the scene.  No longer affiliated with Cipher, Miror B. wants to
form his own team and own all the Pokemon in the world.  He invites you to
join his team.  Say "No" to face him in battle.

MY PARTY
 _______________
| POKEMON	|
+---------------+
| L32 Espeon    |
| L25 Flaaffy   |
| L24 Houndoom  |
| L25 Spheal    |
+---------------+

+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+
| BOSS BATTLE: WANDERER MIROR B. |
+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+
________________________________________________
| POKEMON		| TYPE	     		|
-------------------------------------------------
| L17 Lombre x3	  	| Water/Grass		|
| L19+ Voltorb (S)	| Electric	        |
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Notes and Strategy
------------------
Miror B.'s strategy revolves around Rain Dance.  Not only do Water moves get
stronger, but the Lombres' Spd is doubled or HP restored a bit with the Swift
Swim/Rain Dish abilities.  They'll use Thief, Water Gun and Mega Drain to
cover a variety of types.  They're an odd Water/Grass dual type, which makes
them weak to only Poison, Flying and Bug moves.  Since you probably don't have
one of those, your best bet is to deal neutral damage against the Lombres.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

As a disgruntled Miror B. escapes, you'll notice Fully's Miror Radar on the
ground.  Pick it up.  This Radar shows you where Miror B. happens to be.
Whenever he appears somewhere, a mark appears on the screen.  When you see the
mark, check the Radar.  It'll tell you where he is.  See the Misc. Stuff
section for more information.  After reading the instructions, Nett will send
you an e-mail informing you that he hasn't completed an analysis on the Data
Rom, but he did make a stunning discovery about Cipher's Shadow Pokemon plan.

===============================================================================
			4.09 - ONBS
===============================================================================

1F
--
*Cipher Peon Rett: L18 Carvanha, L17 Barboach
*Cipher Peon Mocor: L18 Corphish, L17 Electrike, L18 Grimer

As you enter ONBS, the guard tells you some terrible news.  A bunch of shady
characters snuck in and took Megg, the receptionist, hostage.  It's likely that
Cipher is behind this and sure enough, their presence is confirmed when you go
right into a hall and encounter Rett.  Unlock the door near the elevator to
trigger a battle with Mocor.

2F
--
*Cipher Peon Torkin: L19 Kecleon, L21 Surskit, L18+ Makuhita (S)
*Cipher Peon Elox: L20 Doduo, L18 Tentacool, L20 Chimecho
*Cipher Peon Rixor: L19 Qwilfish, L20 Rhyhorn, L20 Chinchou, L20 Koffing
*Cipher Peon Mesin: L20 Spinarak, L19 Beautifly, L20 Dustox, L18+ Vulpix (S)

Take the elevator up and you'll be taken by surprise on the second floor.
Torkin emerges from her hiding place and attacks! In Nett's office, you find
Elox.  Talk to Secc to learn that Cipher came looking for Nett.  Secc thinks
your Data Rom contains sensitive information that they want to keep secret at
all costs.  In the newsroom, you'll see Rixor ridiculing newsreader Ancha.
Your path to the elevator is blocked by Mesin.

3F
--
*Cipher Peon Dilly: L19 Gulpin, L18 Mareep, L20 Luvdisc, L21 Bellossom
*Cipher Peon Eldos: L19 Furret, L20 Zigzagoon, L19 Togetic, L21 Delibird
*Cipher Peon Lobar: L20 Sneasel, L19 Yanma, L20 Misdreavus, L19+ Duskull (S)

Take the elevator up and use the Healing Machine on this floor.  Battle Dilly
to save Kandee and her mother.  You find Eldos in the other room.  Try to walk
up the staircase to be confronted by Lobar.

4F
--
*Cipher Peon Feldas: L22 Kadabra, L22 Flaaffy, L21 Vigoroth, L20+ Ralts (S)

If you didn't choose Espeon at the start of the game, now's your chance to
catch a good pure Psychic-type Pokemon (Ralts).  On the top floor, defeat
Feldas to enter Secc's office.

Inside, Nett hands over the Data Rom to Cipher Cmdr Exol.  Exol presumes that
Nett thinks handing it over doesn't matter, as he's already copied the data.
However, it becomes apparent that Cipher has deleted all data copied onto
ONBS' servers, much to Nett's shock.  Exol lets Megg go and is about to leave
when you confront him.

MY PARTY
 _______________
| POKEMON	|
+---------------+
| L34 Espeon    |
| L27 Flaaffy   |
| L25 Houndoom  |
| L26 Spheal    |
+---------------+

+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+
| BOSS BATTLE: CIPHER CMDR EXOL |
+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+
________________________________________________
| POKEMON		| TYPE	     		|
-------------------------------------------------
| L23 Loudred	  	| Normal		|
| L23 Girafraig		| Normal/Psychic	|
| L22+ Mawile (S)	| Steel			|
| L23 Raichu		| Electric		|
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Notes and Strategy
------------------
Loudred/Girafraig's Stomp may cause your Pokemon to flinch and will deal major
damage to ones with low Def.  Loudred's Seismic Toss shouldn't do much damage.
Raichu's Dig can wipe out Fire, Electric, Poison, Rock and Steel types, so be
careful.  Girafraig is a Normal/Psychic dual type, which makes it weak to only
Bug and Dark moves.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

With ONBS liberated from Cipher, talk to Nett to learn that the criminal
organisation was behind the disappearance of the S.S. Libra and is planning a
major attack on Phenac City.  Megg becomes worried about Marcia, as she went
off to Phenac City to investigate why the place's communication systems were
down.  Nett asks you to inform the Mayor of Phenac about Cipher's coming
attack.  Note that Great Balls are now available at most Poke Marts.  You may
be strong enough now to clear Areas 3-4 of Mt. Battle.

===============================================================================
			4.10 - REALGAM TOWER
===============================================================================

When you arrive in Phenac City, a woman will congratulate you on being the
place's one millionth visitor.  In commemoration, the woman gives you a Disc
Case with some Battle CDs (01, 07, 20).  She urges you to take the Disc Case to
Realgam Tower.  This woman won't let you access to Phenac until you do so.

At Realgam Tower, you'll find Trudly and Folly.  They complain that one can't
keep Pokemon from the Battle CDs, so they decide to toss them somewhere.  From
this point in the game, you'll find Battle CDs everywhere in the Orre Region.
If you can find and clear all the Battle CDs, you'll recieve 15,000 Poke
Coupons, so it's worth it to start searching for them.

Inside Realgam Tower, you can play Battle Bingo and do Battle Sims.  Check the
Misc. Stuff section for more information.  The Poke Mart here sells some of
the game's best TMs.

The Realgam Colosseum is closed at the moment, but it will be opened later.
When you've cleared Battle CDs 02, 03, and 04, you can purchase Battle CDs 09,
13, and 17.  When you've cleared Battle CDs 19, 13, and 07, you can purchase
Battle CDs 25, 26, and 30.

================================================================================
			4.11 - PHENAC CITY
================================================================================

Having visited Realgam Tower, you can now return to Phenac City and explore the
place.  It seems something strange is going on here.  The Pokemon Centre is
unmanned and the Poke Mart is closed.  You can heal your Pokemon in a man's
house east of the Pre Gym, though.  While there, you're free to take the Music
Disc on the table.  The man says it's a disc with a song sung by a pop idol.
Avril Lavigne maybe? Er, never mind.

Grab the Music Disc and go to the Mayor's House.  If you try to go upstairs, the
housekeeper will stop you from doing so.  She complains that house-sitting is
boring, and craves some music to relieve her boredom, so give her the disc.
While she's distracted, you can head up the staircase undetected.  Upstairs,
pick up the Mayor's Note on the carpet.  It appears to be a letter from the
Mayor to Pre Gym Leader Justy.  Read it to learn that Cipher's members are
secretly taking the places of prominent members of the community! If something
isn't done, Phenac will be taken by Cipher without anyone noticing what's
happening.

MAYOR'S HOUSE
-------------
*Cipher Peon Exinn: L20 Seviper, L20+ Snorunt (S), L22 Golbat, L21 Mightyena
*Cipher Peon Gonrag: L22 Murkrow, L20+ Pineco (S), L22 Ariados

The fake housekeeper corners you and figures that you intend to deliver the
letter to Justy.  She drops her facade and reveals her true identity to be
Cipher Peon Exinn! When you go downstairs, Cipher Peon Gonrag will ambush you.

When you go outside, you'll see the Hexagon Brothers (Justy Gang) leave the
Pre Gym and disperse each disguised as Leader Justy.  You can battle them in
various areas other than Phenac Stadium and Pre Gym to acquire some Battle CDs.
There are other Cipher Peons impersonating citizens waiting to fight you as
well.

MAYOR'S HOUSE
-------------
*Cipher Peon Yellosix: L20 Electrike, L20 Chinchou, L20 Magnemite
*Cipher Peon Browsix: L20 Noctowl, L20 Vigoroth

PHENAC CITY
-----------
*Cipher Peon Resix: L20 Slugma, L20 Numel
*Cipher Peon Greesix: L18 Oddish, L18 Grimer, L19 Shroomish, L19 Lotad, L20
 Pineco
*Cipher Peon Purpsix: L20 Koffing, L20 Grimer, L20 Tentacool, L20 Zubat
*Cipher Peon Blusix: L20 Horsea, L20 Goldeen, L19 Beldum
*Cipher Peon Ertlig: L22 Poochyena, L21 Magnemite, L21 Staryu, L21 Absol
*Cipher Peon Kapin: L20 Volbeat, L21 Spoink, L20 Illumise, L22 Wailmer, L21
 Seviper
*Cipher Peon Forgs: L20 Duskull, L20 Corphish, L20 Qwilfish
*Cipher Peon Ezoor: L21 Shuppet, L21 Teddiursa, L21 Corsola
*Cipher Peon Faton: L21 Goldeen, L21 Carvanha, L21 Koffing, L21 Mightyena
*Cipher Peon Pellim: L20 Sudowoodo, L21 Clamperl

After defeating Kapin, the door to the Poke Mart will be unlocked, so you can
enter it and purchase items.  Then, go to the Pre Gym.  Justy isn't here, but
3 Cipher Peons are!

PRE GYM
-------
*Cipher Peon Eloin: L22 Kirlia, L20 Linoone, L22+ Natu (S)
*Cipher Peon Fasin: L22 Remoraid, L22 Golbat, L22+ Roselia (S)
*Cipher Peon Fostin: L22 Kadabra, L22 Sneasel, L22 Misdreavus, L22+ Meowth (S)

Once you beat Fostin, he sniggers that you need the Elevator Key to free Justy,
the Mayor and the rest of the ctitizens, who are trapped in the Pre Gym's
basement.  If you talk to the boy outside the Pre Gym, he figures that the
weird guy who went running off towards Phenac Stadium was a fake.  Sounds like
a good place to check out.

PHENAC STADIUM
--------------
*Cipher Peon Greck: L22 Torkoal, L23 Nuzleaf, L22+ Swinub (S)
*Cipher Peon Ezin: L23 Pelipper, L23 Electrike, L22+ Spearow (S)
*Cipher Peon Faltly: L23 Chinchou, L23 Stantler, L23+ Grimer (S)
*Cipher Peon Egrog: L25 Houndour, L26 Graveler, L26 Gulpin, L23+ Seel (S)

Greck is guarding the Phenac Stadium.  Inside, you face two battles in a row
with Ezin and Faltly.  I recommend healing your Pokemon now, since you have
another two-part battle coming up with Egrog and Snattle.

In the centre of Phenac Stadium, there is a confrontation between Cipher Admin
Snattle and ONBS reporter Marcia.  Marcia refuses to hand over the
incriminating videotapes.  Snattle says he has been promised the position of
Orre's Governor by Master Greevil, so he can't allow those videotapes to be
broadcast to the public, as his political record would be ruined if it was
proven that he muzzled the citizens of Phenac.  Snattle then notices you and
orders Egrog to get rid of you.

Afterwards, a disgruntled Snattle shouts that he can't allow Master Greevil to
see this conflict on television.  He warns that he will show no mercy in
battle.  If you lose this battle, you can challenge Snattle again without
having to defeat Egrog first.

MY PARTY
 _______________
| POKEMON	|
+---------------+
| L42 Espeon    |
| L31 Houndoom  |
| L30 Ampharos  |
| L32 Sealeo    |
+---------------+

My Spheal has finally evolved into Sealeo, a stronger Pokemon with much-needed
better stats.

+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+
| BOSS BATTLE: CIPHER ADMIN SNATTLE |
+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+
________________________________________________
| POKEMON		| TYPE	     		|
-------------------------------------------------
| L26 Lanturn	  	| Water/Electric	|
| L26 Quagsire		| Water/Ground		|
| L25+ Lunatone (S)	| Rock/Psychic		|
| L27 Castform		| Normal		|
| L28 Metang		| Steel/Psychic		|
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Notes and Strategy
------------------
Don't use Electric or Water-type moves when Lanturn and Quagsire are out, as
the former's Volt Absorb and latter's Water Absorb abilities will restore their
HP instead.  Lanturn and Quagsire are Dual Water, so Grass-types (eg. Breloom)
are good.  Snattle will use Quagsire's Rock Tomb and Castform's Icy Wind to
give himself a Spd advantage.  Metang has Thunderpunch, Metal Claw and
Confusion, but it will still fall to Fire and Ground moves.  Lunatone's Shadow
Sky hurts all non-Shadow Pokemon bit by bit for 5 turns, so watch out.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

After Snattle runs off, search the Phenac Colosseum to find TM13 (Ice Beam), a
Water Stone, a PP Up, and the Elevator Key.  Go back to the Pre Gym and insert
the key into the control deck to open the elevator.  Head down it to find the
citizens.  With the citizens of Phenac City finally free, the Phenac Pokemon
Centre and Agate Day Care will now be open for business.  If you didn't beat
some Hexagon Brothers, they left their Battle CDs behind in the areas where
they were standing.  You can obtain Battle CDs 27 and 32 in the Mayor's House.
You can obtain Battle CDs 16, 19, 27, and 28 scattered around Phenac City.  You
can obtain Battle CDs 10, 35, and 44 in Citizen's house, the Pre Gym and Phenac
Stadium respectively.

Go to the Mayor's House and speak with the mayor (Trest).  Trest gives you an
EXP Share as thanks for saving Phenac City.  The EXP Share is an item that
allows the holder to receive half the EXP, even if it never participates in
battle.  It's useful for training weaker Pokemon like Larvitar and Elekid
quicker.  If the holder participates in battle, it will receive this extra EXP
in addition to its normal amount.  This is handy for traded Pokemon, in
particular, as they already receive 1.5 times the EXP, so their EXP will be
boosted to around double the normal amount.

Justy thinks Phenac was targeted because Cipher wanted to quash rumours that
were spreading.  Go to '???' (henceforth referred to as 'S.S. Libra').
Unfortunately, the Scooter's tires get bogged down in the sand, so it's
impossible to proceed any further.  You are forced to go back to Phenac.

===============================================================================
			4.12 - S.S. LIBRA
===============================================================================

Walk around a bit in Phenac City to receive an e-mail from Nett asking you to
visit ONBS to help locate a missing Pokemon.  In Nett's office, Bitt explains
that an old man is looking for help with finding a Pokemon.  Talk to the man to
learn that his granddaughter's Pokemon was onboard the S.S. Libra, and vanished
along with the ship.  The Pokemon is named Bonsly and looks like a potted
plant.  Bitt then suggests asking Perr in Gateon Port for help with upgrading
your Scooter to get across the desert.

When you enter the Parts Shop, Perr says a conversion kit is needed to upgrade
the Scooter.  His grandfather named Makan can upgrade it, but he's over at
Dr. Kaminko's House.  You're going to have to see him in person.  When you
arrive at Kaminko's House, Kaminko Aide Chobin will mistake you for a burglar
(again) and challenge you to a battle.

KAMINKO'S HOUSE
---------------
*Kaminko Aide Chobin: L26 Sunkern, L26 Gyarados
*Robo Groudon Chobin: L26 Sunflora, L26 Gyarados, L26 Hoppip, L26 Tropius

Dr. Kaminko emerges from his house and gives you the chance to leave.  If you
refuse, he'll say that the time has come for the ultimate Robo Pokemon to
finally reveal itself and calls forth the Robo Groudon under the control of
Kaminko Aide Chobin.  Chobin has upped his game, but he still shouldn't give
you much trouble.

When you've defeated Robo Groudon Chobin, he and Dr. Kaminko will realise that
you're the Main Character.  After giving Chobin your P*DA number, go right to
find the basement.  Ride the cranes and search the chests to find Battle CD 23
and Jovi's Diary.  The diary is updated as you progress through the game, so
check it often to read new entries.  Check the Jovi's Diary section for more
information.

Now go into Kaminko's office and take the elevator to find Makan.  After
grabbing the Rare Candy, talk to Makan.  He'll modify your Scooter for desert-
crossing performance, so you can now travel to the S.S. Libra.  You can now
obtain Battle CDs 05, 11, 29, and 23 in the unlocked areas of Dr. Kaminko's
House. Regular Chobin will re-match you every time you come back.  Ultra Balls
and Hyper Potions are now available from most Poke Marts.

S.S. LIBRA
----------
*Cipher Peon Smarton: L27 Huntail, L27 Cacnea, L27 Teddiursa, L27 Koffing

As you enter the S.S. Libra, Justy sends you an e-mail telling you that the Pre
Gym has reopened.  Now might be a good time to go there.  After that, come back
here and push the crates to make it through the rooms.  When you reach the
exit, you'll find Cipher Admin Gorigan.  Gorigan decides that he can't let you
leave and orders Snidle to deal with you.  Snidle delegates this job to
Smarton.

Once you've beaten Smarton, he escapes.  An Engineer arrives on the scene and
says you can rest up at the wheelhouse.  You can use it to heal your Pokemon.
The engineer asks you to investigate the ship's hull, as he can hear some odd
noises from deep within it now and again.

Go downstairs and grab Battle CD 18.  Push the crates and go through all the
rooms to collect a Fire Stone, two PP Ups, a Max Ether, a Yellow Flute, and
TM35 (Flamethrower).  TM35 is an excellent Fire-Type attack.  I suggest
teaching it to Fire-Type Pokemon like Houndour/Houndoom to get the most out of
it.  In the final room, you'll find a Luxury Ball and a Bonsly, the same Bonsly
that went missing along with the S.S. Libra.  Walk up slowly towards it to grab
it.  Your P*DA goes off, causing the startled Bonsly to run off somewhere.
Drat! At least you can grab the Leftovers that it left behind.

It's from Emili's mother Acri from Gateon Port.  Acri wishes to write a novel
featuring you as the main character, and wants to interview you.  If you do the
interview, say "Yes" three times to obtain a Amulet Coin, say "No" three times
for a Quick Claw, say "Yes" twice and "No" once to receive a Mental Herb, or
say "No" twice and "Yes" once to get a White Herb.  You can only pick one.  I
recommend choosing Amulet Coin, as you get the others at the Mt. Battle Coupon
Exchange.

Make your way out of the basement and desribe the Pokemon that was deep in the
ship's hull to the engineer.  The engineer suggests looking for it in places
where wild Pokemon reside (i.e. Poke Spots).  Grab the Battle CD18 and try to
leave the S.S. Libra.  As you leave the exit, you're confronted by a trio of
Team Snagem members.  One of the members (Team Snagem Wakin) is disgusted that
you don't know who they are.  Apparently, grown men trembled at the mere
mention of the name 'Team Snagem' in the past.  Wakin is certain that they will
regain their former glory... by taking your Snag Machine! He knows that you're
a great battler, so he uses his Gloom's Sleep Powder move to put you to sleep!
While you're unconscious, Wakin steals the Snag Machine.

You wake up back in the wheelhouse.  The engineer figures that you'll want to
retrieve your Snag Machine from Team Snagem and informs you that they went
north.  Go to '???' (henceforth referred to as 'Cipher Key Lair').  Note that
you can't Snag any Shadow Pokemon for the time being without your Snag Machine.

===============================================================================
			4.13 - OUTSKIRT STAND
===============================================================================

When you arrive at Cipher Key Lair, you'll see a pair of Team Snagem members
confront Zook.  They threaten to hurt Zook if he doesn't let them enter the
pyramid-shaped building, but Zook takes offense at being called a "lunk" and
angrily challenges Biden to a battle.  Zook's Zangoose wipes out Biden's Oddish
straight away.

After the battle, it transpires that Wakin must have reached the Snagem Hideout
and given your Snag Machine to his leader Gonzap.  Zook then recognizes you
from Gateon Port.  He curses that he's had bad luck ever since and decides to
take his frustration out on you!  Defeat Zook's Shadow Zangoose first, as it
can inflict a lot of damage to your party.

CIPHER KEY LAIR
---------------
*Thug Zook: L28+ Zangoose (S), L26 Doduo, L26 Carvanha, L26 Seviper, L26
 Relicanth

Whether you win or lose, try to leave this place and you'll receive an e-mail
from Secc asking you to come see him at ONBS.  In Secc's office, Secc isn't
surprised that Team Snagem stole your Snag Machine and decides to start
investigating the group right away.  In the meantime, he asks you to meet a man
named Hordel at the Outskirt Stand.

OUTSKIRT STAND
--------------
*Wanderer Miror B.: L26 Lombre x3, L26+ Nosepass (S), L26 Ludicolo
*Rider Willie: L24 Zizagoon x2, Linoone x2

When you arrive at Outskirt Stand, your Miror Radar detects Wanderer Miror B.'s
presence.  Try to enter the gas station and you'll see Trudly and Folly emerge.
Miror B. soon joins them outside and then challenges you to a re-match.  He
uses nearly the same Pokemon as before, so he shouldn't be that hard to beat.

After Miror B. does his usual escape routine, enter the gas station and talk to
Hordel.  He reveals that he fled from Cipher's Key Lair in the north.  When he
found out that the Key Lair was a factory mass-producing Shadow Pokemon, he was
horrified and managed to get away with a Shadow Togepi.  Speak with Hordel some
more and he'll ask you to Purify it for him (make sure you have room in your
party for it).  When you give the Purified Togepi back to Hordel, he will give
you a Level 20 Elekid.  This Elekid knows Thunderpunch, Cross Chop, Ice Punch
and Fire Punch for covering a variety of types, though its HP and Sp Def/Def
are low.  If you give Hordel any other Togepi, you won't get an Elekid with
Cross Chop or the Elemental Punches.

Note that Ultra, Net, Nest and Timer Balls are available at the Poke Mart here.
Walk around a bit to receive an e-mail from Secc informing you that Team Snagem
are operating out of their old hideout.  As you leave the gas station, Willie
catches up with you.  If you played Pokemon Colosseum, you should remember him.
Say "Yes" to have a battle with him, complete with his same battle music from
Colosseum.  Afterwards, travel to Snagem Hideout.

===============================================================================
			4.14 - SNAGEM HIDEOUT
===============================================================================

When you arrive at Snagem Hideout, Trest sends you an e-mail announcing the
reopening of Realgam Colosseum, but now isn't a good time to participate, as
your Pokemon probably aren't strong enough to compete.  Inside the Hideout, you
immediately come face-to-face with Team Snagem Agrev.

1F
--
Team Snagem Agrev: L26 Murkrow, L26 Oddish, L26 Golbat, L27 Absol

Use the Healing Machine and take the northwest staircase up.

2F
--
Team Snagem Jedo: L26 Koffing, L26 Oddish, L26 Dustox, L25 Qwilfish

Go south to meet Jedo.  Past him, there's a two-way split.  Take the east path
to find a staircase.

1F
--
Team Snagem Biden: L27 Oddish, L26 Crobat, L26 Torkoal, L26 Bellossom, L26
Crawdaunt

Go down it and head south until you come across Biden, who is guarding another
staircase.  Defeat Biden and then go up this staircase to find Wakin and Gonzap.

2F
--
Team Snagem Wakin: L28 Gloom x2, L28 Mantine, L31 Forretress, L32 Grumpig

Wakin figures that you must've come for the Snag Machine but says you won't
get it back without a fight, so battle him.  Once you beat him, Gonzap will
congraulate you on winning and promise to give back your Snag Machine if you
can defeat him in battle (you can't heal first).

MY PARTY
 _______________
| POKEMON	|
+---------------+
| L46 Espeon    |
| L33 Houndoom  |
| L33 Ampharos  |
| L34 Sealeo    |
+---------------+

+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+
| BOSS BATTLE: SNAGEM HEAD GONZAP |
+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+
________________________________________________
| POKEMON		| TYPE	     		|
-------------------------------------------------
| L30 Electrode  	| Electric		|
| L32 Nuzleaf		| Grass/Dark		|
| L30 Vileplume		| Grass/Poison		|
| L31 Whiscash		| Water/Ground		|
| L32 Skarmory		| Steel/Flying		|
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Notes and Strategy
------------------
Nuzleaf, Whiscash and Skarmory all have Hyper Beam, which can do major damage
to your Pokemon, though they must re-charge for 1 turn afterwards.  Nuzleaf and
Vileplume are both Annoyers, using Fake Out and Sleep Powder respectively.
Nuzleaf's Aerial Ace is for Grass, Fighting and Bug types.  Although Gonzap
seems to a varied party of Pokemon, half of them are vulnerable to Fire-type
moves.  4 or 5 Flamethrowers from Houndoom should to be able to defeat them.
Ground and Grass Pokemon can take down Electrode and Whiscash, respectively.  1
or 2 Thunderpunches from Ampharos can knock out Skarmory if you don't have any
Fire-type attacks.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

After the battle, Gonzap hands over the Snag Machine.  He also gives you the
Gonzap's Key, which can be used to open a locked chest in a corner on the
ground floor (1F) to get TM30 (Shadow Ball).  You can now go to the Cipher Key
Lair to take care of some unfinished business.  You may be strong enough now to
clear Areas 5-6 of Mt. Battle and Realgam Colosseum.

===============================================================================
			4.15 - CIPHER KEY LAIR
===============================================================================

Upon arriving at Cipher Key Lair, confront Zook and he'll challenge you to a
re-match.  The levels of his Pokemon remain unchanged, though, so he should be
easier to beat, since your Pokemon probably gained a few levels at Snagem
Hideout.

Exterior
--------
Thug Zook: L28+ Zangoose (S), L26 Duduo, L26 Carvanha, L26 Seviper, L26
Relicanth

Try to enter the pyramid-shaped building and two guards will come running to
stop you.  If you speak with them, one guard will notice the Snag Machine on
your arm and ask if you were ever on television.  Say "Yes" to get a hostile
reaction, but Gonzap and Wakin will help you.  Now's your chance to enter
the Cipher Key Lair undetected.

1F
--
Cipher Peon Ibsol: L30 Plusle, L30 Dustox, L31 Xatu, L30 Volbeat

Inside, there is a production room where you'll find a chest containing 3 Hyper
Potions.  Go southwest to encounter Ibsol.  Now go northwest and head down the
staircase to find Kollo.

B1
--
Cipher Peon Kollo: L31 Clamperl, L31 Octillery, L31 Lanturn, L32 Relicanth

Pick up a TM24 (Thunderbolt) and then make your way back to 1F.  Go southeast
this time to encounter Grezle.

1F
--
Cipher Peon Grezle: L30 Minun, L30 Beautifly, L28 Ledian, L31 Illumise
Cipher Peon Humah: L29 Seviper, L29 Murkrow, L28+ Paras (S), L28+ Growlithe (S)

Now head north towards a staircase to encounter Humah.  From this point in the
game, most members of Cipher will have more than 1 Shadow Pokemon.

Go up the staircase and use the Healing Machine.  Head south and then right to
find a staircase guarded by Gorog.

2F
--
Cipher Peon Gorog: L29+ Shellder (S), L29 Rhyhorn, L29 Swalot, L29 Golbat,
L30 Sharpedo

Take the staircase up and push the crates onto the moon and sun-themed mosiacs
to unlock their respective doors.  By opening the sun door, you can access a
staircase guarded by Lok.

3F
--
Cipher Peon Lok: L30+ Beedrill (S), L30 Furret, L31 Togetic, L30+ Pidgeotto (S)

Head up the staircase and go left to encounter Kleto.

4F
--
Cipher Peon Kleto: L30 Absol, L31 Smeargle, L30 Donphan, L31 Ampharos, L31
Tentacruel
Cipher Peon Flipis: L31 Chimecho, L30 Kecleon, L30 Noctowl, L29 Mightyena
Cipher Peon Targ: L30 Nintetales, L30 Jumpluff, L32 Auzumarill, L30+ Tangela
(S), L30+ Butterfree (S)
Cipher R&D Hospel: L30 Ariados, L29 Girafarig, L31 Vileplume, L31 Stantler,
L31 Granbull
Cipher Peon Snidle: L31 Shedinja, L30 Wobbuffet, L35 Vibrava, L30+ Magneton
(S)

Go northwest to find Flipis.  Walk right down a hall to encounter Targ.
Ignore the staircase at the hall's end for now and go south instead.  Battle
Hospel and then Snidle.  Snidle has a Wobbuffet that can catch you off guard
with Counter and Mirror Coat.  Your best bet is to use a Dark-type Pokemon with
special moves against it, as that way Mirror Coat won't have any effect.

Afterwards, obtain the System Lever on the white table and next go back to the
staircase.  Head up it this time to find yourself on the roof.  Fudler is a
little bit to the left.

Roof
----
Cipher Peon Fudler: L31 Machoke, L31 Golem, L31 Fortress, L32 Mantine, L31
Crobat
Cipher Peon Angie: L33 Golduck, L33 Hitmontop, L34 Hariyama, L32+ Venomoth (S),
L32+ Weepinbell (S)
Cipher Peon Acrod: L34 Grumpig, L34 Seadra, L35 Camerupt, L34 Seaking, L34
Piloswine
Cipher Peon Smarton: L36 Huntail, L35 Cacturne, L35 Weezing, L35 Ursaring,
L33+ Arbok (S)

Go past the locked door and confront Angie who is guarding the steps up to the
Control Machine.  Make your way up them and grab a TM26 (Earthquake) before
fighting Acrod.

Use the System Lever to raise the Control Machine's voltage and then go back
down the steps.  A series of explosions prompts Smarton to come out.  Duel!
Now's your chance to catch an Arbok with Shadow Half.

Go through the now open door to confront Smarton's boss Monkey Man, er, I mean
Cipher Admin Gorigan.  Gorigan is shocked that you took down all the Shadow
Pokemon Cipher made, so he decides to deal with you himself.

MY PARTY
 _______________
| POKEMON	|
+---------------+
| L59 Espeon    |
| L40 Houndoom  |
| L43 Ampharos  |
| L43 Sealeo    |
+---------------+

+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+
| BOSS BATTLE: CIPHER ADMIN GORIGAN |
+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+
________________________________________________
| POKEMON		| TYPE	     		|
-------------------------------------------------
| L36 Lairon	  	| Steel/Rock		|
| L36 Sealeo		| Water/Ice		|
| L36 Slowking		| Water/Psychic		|
| L36 Ursaring		| Normal		|
| L34+ Primape (S)	| Fighting		|
| L34+ Hypno (S)	| Psychic		|
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Notes and Strategy
------------------
Gorigan's strategy revolves around the Protect/Earthquake combo.  Concentrate
on taking out the Earthquake users (Sealeo and Slowking) first and then deal
with the Pokemon that use Protect (Sealeo, Lairon and Ursaring).  Sealeo knows
Protect as well as Earthquake, so be cautious, though it tends to use Protect
most of the time.  Ursaring's Brick Brick is for Normal, Ice, Rock, Dark and
Steel-types.  Sealeo and Slowking are Dual Water, so Electric-types are good.
Lairon is a Steel/Rock dual type, which makes it weak to Fighting, Ground and
Water moves (Fighting moves also work well against Sealeo and Ursaring).
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

A disgruntled Gorigan vows vengeance and decides to blow up the factory with
you in it! Suddenly, Verich appears on the videoscreen and tells him to desist.
You learn the shocking truth - Verich is actually Greevil, the Grand Master of
Cipher! Greevil explains that even though the mass output of Shadow Pokemon has
ended, Cipher's plan itself is unharmed. XD001 - the ultimate Shadow Pokemon
that is resistant to Purification - has undergone its final tuning and now
rests with him.  Greevil intends to activate XD001 and doubts that you can stop
him.  He informs you that he is in Cipher's HQ on Citadark Isle off the coast
of Gateon Port.  He challenges you to go there, but laughs that Citadark Isle
is surrounded by harsh seas and violent weather, making it extremely difficult
to reach.  Gorgian adds that the place will be swarming with Trainers carrying
the Shadow Pokemon he made.

Once Gorigan runs off, pick up the list of manufactured Shadow Pokemon on his
table.  It has information on the Shadow Pokemon that you have snagged, the
ones you have purified and the ones you haven't seen or snagged yet.  There are
a lot of rare Pokemon on it such as Scyther and Chansey that are frustratingly
hard to catch or expensive to buy in the core Gen III games.  Also, you can
capture a Shadow Dragonite, so you won't have to train a Dratini/Dragonair to
register it in your GBA Pokedex.

Speaking of the Shadow Dragonite, as you leave the Cipher Key Lair, you'll be
informed that two weird guys took off with the rare Shadow Pokemon.  One had a
mohawk, and the other had hair like a ball.  The thieves match the descriptions
of Trudly and Folly.  If you want the Shadow Dragonite, you'll have to Snag 82
Shadow Pokemon first and then find their boss Wanderer Miror B. at Gateon Port
in the Lighthouse.  Check the Misc. Stuff section for more information.

Go to the Parts Shop in Gateon Port.  Perr informs you that the Robo Koygre is
finally completed.  Tell Makan what has happened.  Perr says Citadark Isle
can't be approached by sea or air normally, but the Robo Koygre can.  Perfect!

As you leave the Parts Shop, you receive an email from Krane asking you to
come to the HQ Lab.  Talk to him and he'll reveal a secret staircase which
leads to a chest containing a Master Ball!  This ball has a 100% capture rate.
I'd recommend saving it for later when you face Shadow Lugia.

If you go to Kaminko's House, Chobin will send you an email asking you to
re-match him.  Since you're already here, the re-match will begin immediately.

KAMINKO'S HOUSE
---------------
Robo Groudon Chobin: L37 Sunflora, L37 Gyarados, L37 Skiploom, L37 Tropius

Afterwards, go into Kaminko's House. Check the bookcase where Kaminko himself
is to find Battle CD 50 and check the room with the cranes again to find Battle
CD 49. Note that the Gateon Port Poke Mart now stocks all useful items such as
Max Potions and Full Restores, though Revives, Super Potions and Full Heals are
sufficient if you're low on money.  Ride the Robo Koygre to Citadark Isle.

===============================================================================
			4.16 - CITADARK ISLE
===============================================================================

As you step off the Robo Koygre, you're confronted by Abson.

Exterior
--------
Navigator Abson: L33 Crawdaunt, L33 Pelipper, L33 Mantine, L33+ Golduck (S),
L33+ Sableye (S)

Before following Abson deeper into the island, talk to the sailor guarding
Greevil's yacht.  He'll ask if you'll let him take a ride in the Robo Koygre
sometime.  Say "Yes" to receive Battle CD31 as thanks.

Inside, there's a Healing Machine and PC.  There is a two-way split here.  Take
the western path first to encounter Haben.

1F
--
Cipher Peon Haben: L33 Masquerain, L33 Dunsparce, L33 Roselia, L33 Spinda
Chaser Furgy: L34 Xatu, L34+ Dodrio (S), L33 Whiscash, L34+ Raticate (S)
Sailor Golos: L34 Aron, L34 Corsola, L37 Pupitar
Hunter Jestal: L34 Sneasel, L33 Girafarig, L33 Golbat, L34 Seaking

Now go back to the two-way split and take the eastern path to be ambushed by
Furgy.  Past Furgy, there's Golos to the northeast.  Head west and then south
to Jestal.

As you approach the elevator at the floor's end, Lovrina will emerge from it.
She blames you for Greevil being angry with her over the botched kidnapping of
Prof. Krane, but she says that doesn't matter now, as the final adjustments to
XD001 have been completed regardless.  She figures that you want to see XD001
and says that's not going to happen.

MY PARTY
 _______________
| POKEMON	|
+---------------+
| L60 Espeon    |
| L44 Houndoom  |
| L44 Walrein   |
| L44 Ampharos  |
+---------------+

Er, I think I overtrained my party.  You should be fine if your Pokemon are
Level 40+.

+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+
| BOSS BATTLE: CIPHER ADMIN LOVRINA |
+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+
________________________________________________
| POKEMON		| TYPE	     		|
-------------------------------------------------
| L36 Gardevoir	  	| Psychic		|
| L36 Gorebyss		| Water			|
| L37 Roselia		| Grass/Poison		|
| L36+ Farfetch'd (S)	| Normal/Flying		|
| L36+ Altaria (S)	| Dragon/Flying		|
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Notes and Strategy
------------------
Lovrina's Pokemon are all Annoyers.  Gardevoir, Gorebyss and Roselia each have
Attract, which has a 50% chance of causing your Pokemon to become infactuated
with the opposite gender.  Gardevoir and Gorebyss know a variety of moves that
may inflict status conditions (Gardevoir's Ice Punch, Thunderpunch and Psychic;
Gorebyss' Water Pulse, Ice Beam and Confusion).  Be wary of Roselia's Leech
Seed, as it can be a hinderance to deal with while trying to Snag Lovrina's
Shadow Pokemon.  Speaking of which, Farfetch'd and Altaria can be irriating to
catch when they're on the field together, as Altaria's Shadow Mist makes
Farfetch'd's Shadow Panic easier to hit.  I advise leaving Roselia out (its
Magical Leaf won't do much damage) to disrupt this combo.  If you have a
Pokemon with Safeguard (eg. Ninetales), this battle will be much easier.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

With Lovrina gone, you can take the elevator down.  Go right through a hall to
encounter Bastil.

B1
--
Cipher Peon Bastil: L35 Crobat, L35 Seviper, L34 Chimecho, L34 Masquerain
Cipher Peon Litnar: L34 Electrode, L34 Misdreavus, L36 Claydol, L35+
Kangashkan (S), L37+ Banette (S)
Cipher Peon Grason: L35 Absol, L34 Ninjask, L37 Sandslash, L35 Mawile

Pick up the 5 Ultra Balls as you make your way past the scientists.  You'll
find Litnar waiting at the elevator at the end.

Before taking the elevator up, check out the northeast/west corners of the
floor.  In the northeast, you'll encounter Grason where 2 Full Restores also
are.  In the northwest, you can find 3 Hyper Potions.

On the next floor, you'll receive two emails from Eagun (the first one is an
empty message and the second is an email apologizing).  Push all the blocks
into the lava to drain enough of it so you'll be able to access the exit.
However, just as you approach it, you're ambushed by Grupel.

2F-1
----
Cipher Peon Grupel: L37 Houndoom, L37 Ninetales, L34 Vileplume, L36+ Magmar
(S), L35+ Pinsir (S)

Go through the open entrance and walk around the lavafall.  There's a Healing
Machine here.  Go through another opening to find a PC and Kimly by an
elevator (Tip: You can deposit and then withdraw Pokemon at the PC if you want
to heal them without having to head back to the Healing Machine).

2F-3
----
Cipher Peon Kimly: L35 Mightyena, L34 Stantler, L37 Zangoose, L35 Sharpedo,
L34 Sunflora

Take the elevator up and you'll receive another email from Eagun containing a
hilariously bad poem.  Seriously, Eagun? Anyway, follow the path and fight 3
Trainers.

3F-1
----
Hunter Ibran: L35 Weezing, L35 Forretress, L36 Wobbuffet, L37 Dodrio, L34
Skarmory
Rider Kulig: L34 Azumarill, L36 Pelipper, L35 Ariados, L36 Octillery, L36
Qwilfish
Cipher Peon Jargo: L36 Delibird, L36 Grumpig, L35 Swalot, L35 Relicanth, L37
Golduck, L35 Quagsire
Chaser Nalix: L35 Dustox, L36 Beautifly, L34 Sunflora, L36 Illumise, L36
Volbeat
Cipher Peon Kolest: L37 Camerupt, L37 Weezing, L38 Muk, L40+ Rapidash (S), L38+
Magcargo (S)
Cipher Peon Kolin: L37 Cacturne, L37 Ninetales, L37 Torkoal, L37 Mantine
Cipher Peon Karbon: L38 Medicham, L38 Golem, L38 Xatu, L38+ Hitmonlee (S)
Cipher Peon Petro: L39 Grumpig, L39 Skarmory, L39 Metang, L39 Hariyama, L38+
Hitmonlee (S)

Your reward for beating 3 Trainers is an Elixir.  A little bit left of Ibran is
Nalix.  Go northwest to Kolest.  A little bit ahead is Kolin.

Grab the 2 Full Restores at the end and go through an opening to have a two-
part battle with Karbon and Petro.  They have only 1 Shadow Pokemon each,
fortunately.  Now's your chance to catch a Hitmonlee with Shadow Half (Note: It
has Limber to prevent paralysis).

Take the elevator up and go south to encounter Jaymi.

4F
--
Cipher Peon Jaymi: L39 Yanma, L37 Roselia, L39 Smeargle, L37 Vileplume, L40
Altaria
Cipher Peon Gromlet: L40 Banette, L40 Sableye, L40 Dusclops, L44 Crobat, L44
Wailord
Cipher Peon Geftal: L41 Lanturn, L41 Magneton, L38+ Lickitung (S)
Cipher Peon Leden: L41 Stantler, L41 Explaud, L40+ Scyther (S), L39+ Chansey
(S)

Grab the 3 Rare Candies from a chest nearby and then continue onward to find
Gromlet.  Pick up the PP Max in the next area.  Then, take the elevator up and
you'll get yet another email from Eagun hoping you succeed.  Thanks, Eagun.

Now, ride the cranes and make your way to the next elevator.  Battle Geftal and
grab the 3 Max Ethers.

Continue onward and take the 4 Full Heals.  Watch out for the gaps on the
floor.  As you approach the elevator, Leden ambushes you.  Now's your chance to
catch a good Bug Pokemon (Scyther), although it will only evolve into the more
resistant Scizor when traded with a Metal Coat attached.

With Leden beaten, now would be a good time to stock up on healing items and
balls because there are tough boss battles coming up.  Afterwards, board the
elevator and you'll see a dome-shaped building up ahead.  Try to approach it to
be confronted by Snattle.  Snattle blames all his problems on Lovrina and
Gorigan and... you! Since you spoiled the plan he had devised for Phenac City
and Marcia broadcasted his worst moment all over Orre, Snattle vows to defeat
you in order to gain Greevil's forgiveness and assume his position as Orre's
Governor.  Now's your chance to catch a good Water Pokemon (Starmie), although
you'll get an opportunity to get an equally good Lapras soon enough.

MY PARTY
 _______________
| POKEMON	|
+---------------+
| L64 Espeon    |
| L47 Ampharos  |
| L44 Houndoom  |
| L44 Walrein   |
+---------------+

+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+
| BOSS BATTLE: CIPHER ADMIN SNATTLE |
+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+
________________________________________________
| POKEMON		| TYPE	     		|
-------------------------------------------------
| L42 Metang	  	| Steel/Psychic		|
| L42 Quagsire		| Water/Ground		|
| L42 Scizor		| Bug/Steel		|
| L41+ Solrock (S)	| Rock/Psychic		|
| L42 Castform		| Normal		|
| L41+ Starmie		| Water/Psychic		|
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Notes and Strategy
------------------
Snattle uses nearly the same types as before.  Quagsire will once again try to
lower the Spd of your Pokemon, this time using Mud Shot instead of Rock Tomb.
Scizor knows Silver Wind, Slash and Steel Wing, but it will still fall to Fire
moves.  Castform has a variety of attacks (Water Pulse, Flamethrower,
Thunderbolt and Weather Ball), so watch out.  Solrock and Starmie use the same
Shadow Panic/Mist combo as Lovina's Farfetch'd and Altaria.  I advise leaving
Metang out (its Thunderpunch, Metal Claw and Psychic won't do much damage) to
disrupt this combo.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Now go down the elevator that Snattle just used to end up back outside Citadark
Isle.  This elevator is useful for returning to the dome without having to go
through all of Citadark again.  Unfortunately, you must get through Kleef
if you want to leave.  Kleef's defensive Pokemon (Shuckle and Blissey) can be
hard to get rid of, but they should go down eventually if you concentrate your
attacks on one of them at a time.

Exterior
--------
Cipher Peon Kleef: L44 Shuckle, L42 Blissey, L41 Weezing

Cipher Admin Ardos is waiting across a bridge outside the dome.  If his name
sounds familiar, that's because he's the one who defeated Zook at Gateon Port.
Ardos says he was merely punishing Zook for using a Shadow Pokemon in public.
Little did Ardos suspect that you would become Cipher's biggest and most
damaging threat.  He figures that you have the skills and wherewithal to
continue onward, so he wants to battle you to witness your strength beforehand.
Now's your chance to catch a Swellow and Electabuzz with Shadow Half.  Now is
also an opportunity to get a good Normal-Type (Snorlax).

+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+
| BOSS BATTLE: CIPHER ADMIN ARDOS |
+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+
________________________________________________
| POKEMON		| TYPE	     		|
-------------------------------------------------
| L43+ Swellow (S)	| Normal/Flying		|
| L44 Alakazam		| Psychic		|
| L44 Kingdra 		| Water/Dragon		|
| L44 Heracross		| Bug/Fighting		|
| L43+ Electabuzz (S)	| Electric		|
| L43+ Snorlax (S)	| Normal		|
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Notes and Strategy
------------------
Ardos' fast Swellow and Alakazam can sweep your team before you get a chance
to attack, so I recommend paralyzing them straight away.  Alakazam, Kingdra
and Heracross know a variety of attacks (Alakazam's Psychic, Ice Punch and
Thunderpunch; Kingdra's Hydro Pump, Double-Edge and Ice Beam; Heracross' Brick
Brick, Double-Edge and Megahorn).  Kingdra is a Water/Dragon dual type, which
makes it weak to only Dragons, and that's what Ice Beam's there for.  A couple
of neutral attacks like Psychic and Thunderbolt should get rid of it, though.
Although Snorlax is Ardos' slowest Pokemon, it knows the powerful Shadow End
move.  If your Pokemon are hit by it, you'll take a lot of damage, but Snorlax
will probably lose half of its HP, so it evens out.  Its hold item Leftovers
will restore its HP bit by bit, though.  Swellow/Electabuzz's Shadow Mist
makes it easier for Snorlax's Shadow End to hit.  I advise leaving Kingdra out
(its attacks won't do much damage due to its stats being more defensive than
offensive) to disrupt this combo.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Ardos realises that he should have crushed you much earlier.  This is out of
his hands now, so he must defer you to Greevil himself.  Inside the dome,
there's a Healing Machine and PC.  Go through the sliding door to find Greevil
and Eldes waiting.

Greevil congratulates you defeating most of his underlings, but he can't allow
you to interfere with the completion of his Shadow Pokemon plan, so he raises a
glass wall to stop you proceeding any further. Er, how lame is that?  You have
no choice but to leave.  As you do so, Gorigan challenges you to a rematch.

+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+
| BOSS BATTLE: CIPHER ADMIN GORIGAN |
+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+
________________________________________________
| POKEMON		| TYPE	     		|
-------------------------------------------------
| L42 Slowking 		| Water/Psychic		|
| L43 Ursaring		| Normal		|
| L43 Aggron		| Steel/Rock		|
| L44 Walrein		| Ice/Water		|
| L42+ Poliwrath (S)	| Water/Psychic		|
| L42+ Mr. Mime (S)	| Water/Psychic		|
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Notes and Strategy
------------------
Like Snattle, Gorigan uses nearly the same types as before.  He utilizes the
Protect/Earthquake combo once more, with the Earthquake users (Slowking,
Aggron and Walrein) and the Protect users (Ursaring and Aggron).  Treat him
like you did the first time around.  I advise leaving Aggron out (it uses
Protect most of the time) if you're having difficulty catching Gorigan's Shadow
Pokemon.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Use the elevator outside and go through the hallway find Kolax.

Dome-B1
-------
Cipher Peon Kolax: L41 Glalie, L44 Ampharos, L44 Donphan, L40+ Dugtrio (S)

Now take the elevator at the hall's end up and go through the door to finally
confront Greevil and Eldes.  Greevil is furious that Cipher's defences could be
penetrated so deeply and orders Eldes to deal with you once and for all.  Eldes
wishes he could battle you on better terms, but he is loyal to his master.
Now's your chance to catch a good Dragon and Water (Salamence and Lapras).

+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+
| BOSS BATTLE: CIPHER ADMIN ELDES |
+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+
________________________________________________
| POKEMON		| TYPE	     		|
-------------------------------------------------
| L44 Ninjask		| Bug/Flying		|
| L44+ Manectric (S)	| Electric		|
| L50+ Salamence (S)	| Dragon/Flying		|
| L45 Flygon		| Ground/Dragon		|
| L44+ Marowak (S)	| Ground		|
| L44+ Lapras (S)	| Ice/Water		|
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Notes and Strategy
------------------
Manectric, Salamence and Marowak all know Shadow End, which can take advantage
of the latter one's hold item Thick Club.  Manectric and Marowak can also
utilize the Shadow Panic/Mist combo, so I advise leaving Flygon out (its
Double-Edge won't do too much damage) to disrupt this combo.  Ninjask has
Silver Wind and Dig for a lot of types, so try to get rid of it quickly.  Don't
use Electric-type attacks when Manectric/Marowak is out, as it will draw them
to itself if it has the Lightningrod ability.  Avoid using Water moves on
Lapras in case it has the Water Absorb ability.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Eldes is impressed by your skills, but he tells you that Greevil's power is
probably far greater than you can imagine (Note: Eldes lowers the glass wall
that Greevil raised before he leaves, so you can now quickly access the Healing
Machine and PC here).  Take the Max Revive.  This is the last point in the game
where you can save your progress until you beat the game, as the final boss is
coming up.  Your next battle is against Shadow Lugia.  Leave an empty slot in
your party for Shadow Lugia, so you can use it against Greevil's other Shadow
Pokemon.  Have Electabuzz in one of the two front slots, so you can utilize
Shadow Half right away.

The following info is credited to WhiscashLord:

After beating Eldes you can find a trainer named Kaller sitting in one of the
seats at the group of tables viewing the simulation battle. He's in the chair
closest to the door to the elevator to where you find Greevil.  There is also
another trainer named Loket in the first seat at the table at the opposite
corner of the room as Kaller.

Dome-1F
-------
*Cipher R&D Kaller: L44 Corsola, L44 Tentacruel, L44 Cradily, L44 Milotic, L42
 Gyarados
*Cipher R&D Loket: L44 Shiftry, L44 Granbull, L44 Miltank, L41 Armaldo, L43
 Slaking

[End of input by WhiscashLord]

When you are ready, take the elevator here to fight Greevil.  You must defeat
him twice in order to complete the game.

Greevil is surprised that you alone derailed every one of Cipher's well-laid
plans, though he admits the news broadcast by ONBS didn't do him any favours.
However, Greevil intends to initiate the final stage of his plan to conquer the
world by creating an army of Shadow Pokemon that work independently on his
orders alone without having to rely on underlings.  He introduces you to his
faithful servant - the one that shall become the central figure of his army -
Shadow Lugia.  Greevil claims that this Lugia is the first of many Shadow
Pokemon that cannot be Purified.  Now, he laughs that it is time to celebrate
the completion of his plan in advance... by unleashing Shadow Lugia (AKA XD001)
on you!

+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+
| BOSS BATTLE: GRAND MASTER GREEVIL |
+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+
________________________________________________
| POKEMON		| TYPE	     		|
-------------------------------------------------
| L50+ Lugia (S)	| Psychic/Flying	|
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Notes and Strategy
------------------
Shadow Lugia is the most powerful Shadow Pokemon you've had to face so far.
Fortunately, you can simply throw your Master Ball to end this battle as
quickly as it started.  If you don't want to use the Master Ball for some
reason, note that Lugia is a strong defensive wall and can still hit hard with
Shadow Blast/Storm.  I recommend having loads of healing items and balls,
since there is another boss battle just after this one.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Of course, the Grand Master isn't going to go down that easily.  Shocked that
you have Snagged his Shadow Lugia, Greevil vows to see to the destruction of
your Pokemon.  Now's your chance to catch another good Normal-Type (Tauros).
Now is also an opportunity to get a good Electric/Flying Pokemon (Zapdos).

MY PARTY
 ___________________
| POKEMON	    |
+-------------------+
| L43 Electabuzz (S)|
| L49 Ampharos      |
| L67 Espeon        |
| L48 Houndoom	    |
| L49 Walrein       |
| L50 Lugia (S)	    |
+-------------------+

+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+
| FINAL BOSS: GRAND MASTER GREEVIL |
+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+
________________________________________________
| POKEMON		| TYPE	     		|
-------------------------------------------------
| L46+ Rhydon (S)	| Rock/Ground		|
| L50+ Moltres (S)	| Fire/Flying		|
| L46+ Exeggutor (S)	| Grass/Psychic		|
| L46+ Tauros (S)	| Normal		|
| L50+ Articuno (S)	| Ice/Flying		|
| L50+ Zapdos (S)	| Electric/Flying	|
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Notes and Strategy
------------------
You now face one of the game's biggest challenges - Snagging a full party of
Shadow Pokemon.  It sounds extremely difficult, but it can be done much easier
if you use your newly-acquired Shadow Lugia and Electabuzz as a team.  When the
battle begins, switch in Shadow Lugia before Greevil can use Shadow Hold.  Most
of the time, enemy Shadow Moves will be directed towards Lugia, so you should
be able to use Electabuzz's Shadow Half to weaken the Shadow Pokemon enough to
be able to Snag them.  Be ready with Revives and Moomoo Milks in case Greevil
manages to cause some critical hits on your Pokemon.

I advise leaving Tauros out (its Shadow Rush won't do much damage) to avoid
facing 2 Legendary Birds at a time.  I also suggest getting Rhydon out of the
way first, as it knows the annoying Shadow Panic and may have the Lightningrod
ability.  Don't worry about knocking out a few Shadow Pokemon, though - you can
always come back for them later.

In my opinion, the capture ranking of Greevil's Shadow Pokemon, from easiest to
hardest, is as follows:
1. Tauros
2. Exeggutor
3. Rhydon
4. Moltres
5. Articuno
6. Zapdos
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Once you defeat Greevil, you can enjoy the ending.  Congrats on completing this
game (aside from the post-game content, of course).  Before the credits roll,
you'll be asked if you want to save your game.  Do so if you want to record
your progress, though nobody will acknowledge Cipher's defeat and you may
return to Citadark Isle to fight Greevil again.

===============================================================================
			4.17 - Aftermath
===============================================================================

POKEMON HQ LAB
--------------
*Myth Trainer Eagun: L45 Pichu x2, L50 Pikachu x2, L55 Raichu x2
*Supertrainer Afred: L50 Furret, L50 Noctowl, L50 Ninjask, L50 Shedinja

AGATE VILLAGE
-------------
*Cooltrainer Cida: L50 Wigglytuff, L50 Azumarill, L50 Togetic

PHENAC STADIUM
--------------
*Cooltrainer Equin: L50 Sneasel, L50 Grumpig, L50 Spinda

When you re-load your last save, you'll appear back in the Pokemon HQ Lab.
Walk around a bit and you'll receive an email from Eagun about the Orre
Colosseum, but the email is cut off.  Lol, seems Eagun still hasn't gone the
hang of modern technology.  Go outside and meet him near the steps.  He says he
has organised a Colosseum event, but before he can elaborate any further, he
must duel you to test your skills.

Once you defeat Eagun (his Pikachu-themed team uses the Rain Dance/Thunder
combo with a few surprises like Volt Tackle and Brick Break, but he shouldn't
give you too much trouble), he will be impressed and invite you to participate
in Orre Colosseum.  You can find the hardest opponents in the game there.
Check the Colosseums section for more information.

If you can win Round 1 of the Orre Colosseum, you can do the Lucky Egg Side
Quest.  Check the Misc. Stuff section for more information.  You may be strong
enough now to clear Areas 7-9 of Mt. Battle (although Area 10 will probably be
too hard for you until your Pokemon are Level 70+).

Although Cipher claims that Shadow Lugia can't be Purified, you can do this.
If you have a Maximum Tempo on every Set in the Purify Chamber, place Shadow
Lugia in one of the Sets.  You'll say "Something's different about the Lugia!
Maybe...".  You now have the opportunity to Purify this Lugia.  Unlike other
Shadow Pokemon, it is Purified instantly without having to go through the
stages of Purification.

You can now trade with the GBA games (specifically Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald/
FireRed/LeafGreen).  Just go to the basement of Phenac City's Pokemon Centre
and you can start trading there.  If you want to train Pokemon from a GBA game
in Orre and/or bolster your team here, now might be a good time to do some
trading.

If you can Snag AND Purify the 83 Shadow Pokemon, there will be an extra scene
before the credits if you defeat Grand Master Greevil again.  The extra scene
shows you placing the Snag Machine in the Pokemon HQ as a sign of completing
the objective of Purifying all the Shadow Pokemon.  If you talk to Professor
Krane and Lily, they'll congratulate you on doing this objective.  If you speak
with the Fortune Teller, Fateen, in Pyrite Town, she'll be amazed that you have
Purified all the Shadow Pokemon.  You can obtain the final Battle CD, Battle CD
46, in the place where Greevil's chair was.

And that's about it.  There's nothing much else to do in the game other than
improving your team, playing Battle Bingo, etc.

###############################################################################
5.  Colosseums
###############################################################################

This section has information on the Colosseums that you can participate in.  At
first, you'll only be able to access the Pyrite Colosseum.  However, as you
progress through the game, you'll unlock the latter two.

Note: Like Mt. Battle, your Pokemon are healed between battles.

===============================================================================
			5.01 - PYRITE COLOSSEUM
===============================================================================

How to Unlock: Available from the start
Difficulty: Easy-Normal

In a knockout battle challenge, you must conduct Trainer battles one after the
other.  You must beat four Trainers to win.  At Pyrite Colosseum, the
opponent's Pokemon will be Level 20.  If you win the challenge, you will earn a
cash prize.  In addition, you'll earn a TM for each of your first four
successful challenges.  After winning Rounds 1, 2, 3 and 4, you'll recieve
TM31 (Brick Break), TM12 (Taunt), TM41 (Torment), and TM 05 (Roar)
respectively.  You can only obtain these TMs once.

+~~~~~~~~~+
| ROUND 1 |
+~~~~~~~~~+

Battle 1: Chaser Resila
Pokemon: Smoochum, Teddiursa, Pichu x2

Battle 2: Sailor Monar
Pokemon: Chikorita, Cyndaquil, Totodile

Semifinal: Chaser Rafert
Pokemon: Poochyena, Taillow, Duskull, Ralts

Final: Chaser Jupex
Pokemon: Minun, Plusle, Snubbull

+~~~~~~~~~+
| ROUND 2 |
+~~~~~~~~~+

Battle 1: Hunter Haxer
Pokemon: Wooper, Mareep, Ledyba

Battle 2: Chaser Mestil
Pokemon: Smoochum, Cleffa, Pichu, Togepi

Semifinal: Chaser Novil
Pokemon: Castform, Lotad, Seedot

Final: Researcher Orill
Pokemon: Meditite, Magnemite, Makuhita

+~~~~~~~~~+
| ROUND 3 |
+~~~~~~~~~+

Battle 1: Hunter Nostal
Pokemon: Rhyhorn, Roselia, Wingull

Battle 2: Chaser Ostix
Pokemon: Smeargle, Sentret, Skitty

Semifinal: Chaser Tarbil
Pokemon: Spinda, Spoink, Trapinch

Final: Sailor Tebu
Pokemon: Stantler, Hitmontop, Snubbull

+~~~~~~~~~+
| ROUND 4 |
+~~~~~~~~~+

Battle 1: Chaser Sellis
Pokemon: Swablu, Natu, Torchic, Taillow

Battle 2: Sailor Mifis
Pokemon: Spheal, Jigglypuff, Marill

Semifinal: Hunter Tiruk
Pokemon: Doduo, Aipom, Corsola, Gulpin

Final: Researcher Foss
Pokemon: Snubbull, Carvanha, Bagon, Larvitar


===============================================================================
			5.02 - REALGAM COLOSSEUM
===============================================================================

How to Unlock: Enter the Snagem Hideout
Difficulty: Normal-Hard

Like Pyrite, Realgam is a knockout battle challenge and you must beat 4
Trainers to win, though the opponent's Pokemon are Level 40 here.  If you win
the challenge, you will earn a cash prize.  In addition, you'll earn a TM for
each of your first four successful challenges.  After winning Rounds 1, 2, 3
and 4, you'll recieve TM49 (Snatch), TM19 (Giga Drain), TM23 (Iron Tail), and
TM22 (Solarbeam) respectively.  You can only obtain these TMs once.

+~~~~~~~~~+
| ROUND 1 |
+~~~~~~~~~+

Battle 1: Bodybuilder Aftin
Pokemon: Donphan, Sealeo, Solrock, Swalot

Battle 2: Casual Dude Feper
Pokemon: Mawile, Relicanth, Vigoroth, Rhyhorn

Semifinal: Cooltrainer Halston
Pokemon: Gligar, Castform, Dugtrio, Cacturne

Final: Cooltrainer Malex
Pokemon: Swellow, Skarmory, Murkrow, Noctowl

+~~~~~~~~~+
| ROUND 2 |
+~~~~~~~~~+

Battle 1: Matron Relza
Pokemon: Misdreavus, Hariyama, Breloom, Hitmontop

Battle 2: Fun Old Man Hebson
Pokemon: Wobbuffet, Medicham, Marshtomp, Shedinja

Semifinal: Bodybuilder Toko
Pokemon: Mantine, Luvdisc, Surskit, Lombre

Final: Newscaster Arule
Pokemon: Torkoal, Tropius, Skiploom, Nuzleaf

+~~~~~~~~~+
| ROUND 3 |
+~~~~~~~~~+

Battle 1: Supertrainer Agoll
Pokemon: Stantler, Shuckle, Wigglytuff, Miltank, Quagsire

Battle 2: Casual Guy Axon
Pokemon: Ledian, Heracross, Pinsir, Mawile, Ninjask

Semifinal: Rider Polot
Pokemon: Wailord, Linoone, Azumarill, Tropius

Final: Navigator Absol
Pokemon: Kirlia, Crawdaunt, Yanma, Sharpedo, Gorebyss

+~~~~~~~~~+
| ROUND 4 |
+~~~~~~~~~+

Battle 1: Bodybuilder Piliot
Pokemon: Mightyena, Delcatty, Sneasel, Houndoom

Battle 2: Curmudgeon Nistil
Pokemon: Misdreavus, Wobbuffet x2, Umbreon

Semifinal: Cooltrainer Hileon
Pokemon: Chimecho, Volbeat, Tentacruel, Dusclops

Final: Cooltrainer Carben
Pokemon: Breloom, Grumpig, Miltank, Qwilfish, Combusken


===============================================================================
			5.03 - ORRE COLOSSEUM
===============================================================================

How to Unlock: Complete the game and then beat Eagun outside Pokemon HQ Lab.
Difficulty: Hard-Very Hard

Like other Colosseums, battles are held in knockout style and you must beat 4
Trainers in a row, but there are much stricter conditions as listed below.

*You are permitted to battle with four Pokemon.
*Shadow Pokemon are not allowed.
*You may not enter two or more of the same kind of Pokemon.  For example, two
 kinds of Starmie are not permitted.
*The following Legendary Pokemon are forbidden: Mewtwo, Mew, Lugia, Ho-Oh,
 Celebi, Kyogre, Groudon, Rayquaza, Jirachi, and Deoxys.
*Any Pokemon holding a Soul Dew will not allowed to enter.
*You are required to enter with a full party of six Pokemon.
*Pokemon are not permitted to hold the same kinds of items.  For example, two
 or more kinds of Leftovers are prohibited.

If you win a challenge, you may advance to the next group of opponents.  If you
lose, you will face the same group of opponents again in your next challenge.
If you manage to win a round, you will be rewarded with Poke Coupons.

At Orre Colosseum, the opponent's Pokemon will be Level 60 if your party of six
Pokemon are Level 60 or below.  However, unlike other Colosseums, if your
Pokemon are above Level 60, the opponent's Pokemon will be the same level as
your highest level Pokemon.  No level advantage here.

Like Mt. Battle, if you win the challenge, you will earn Poke Coupons.  In
addition, you'll earn a TM for each of your seven successful challenges.  After
winning Rounds 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7, you'll recieve TM06 (Toxic), TM27
(Return), TM48 (Skill Swap), TM36 (Sludge Bomb), TM44 (Rest), TM47 (Steel Wing),
and TM02 (Dragon Claw) respectively.  You can only obtain these TMs once.

The following chart shows how many Coupons you can recieve after completing
each Round of the Orre Colosseum:

ORRE COLOSSEUM COUPONS
 ____________________________
| Round		| Coupons    |
+----------------------------+
| 1		| 500	     |
| 2		| 1000	     |
| 3		| 1500       |
| 4		| 2000       |
| 5		| 2500	     |
| 6		| 3000       |
| 7		| 3500       |
+----------------------------+

I recommend checking the following guides for notes and strategies on Orre
Colosseum and Double Battles in general.

Reptobismol's Orre Colosseum Guide on neoseeker.com
Minority Suspect's Orre Colosseum Guide on smogon.com
shiny zangoose's FireRed/LeafGreen 2vs2 Team Building FAQ


###############################################################################
6.  Misc. Stuff
###############################################################################

This section lists the stuff that doesn't fit anywhere else in the walkthrough.
To complete the majority of them, you must beat the Final Boss first.

===============================================================================
			6.01 - WANDERER MIROR B.
===============================================================================

If you knocked out Shadow Pokemon and "[name of Shadow Pokemon] fled
somewhere...," you will be able to Snag it from Wanderer Miror B.  He usually
shows up at Pyrite Town Colosseum, Realgam Tower Colosseum, and the three Poke
Spots.  At the Colosseums, you can only Snag one Shadow Pokemon, but you can
Snag two of them when you challenge him at the Poke Spots.  When Miror B.
appears at the Colosseums, he will battle you in place of one of the Trainers.
You have unlimited chances to Snag Shadow Pokemon from Miror B.  I advise
saving your game before challenging Miror B. in the Colosseums.  That way, if
you knock out a Shadow Pokemon, you can re-load your last save to get another
chance at Snagging one without having to wait for him to show up again.

You can use the Miror Radar to detect Wanderer Miror B.'s presence.  Go to the
Key Items menu and check the Miror Radar.  If the game says "There is no
response at all...", "There isn't much of a response..." or "It's responding
just a little!", walk around the location you are in for 15-20 minutes.  You
can turn the Control Stick clockwise repeatedly to speed up your walking.  As
you are walking, the Miror Radar should eventually say "Oh! Miror B. may have
appeared!" at random.  If you check the Radar, the game will say "Miror B.
seems to be at [name of location]." When you get a signal, you have only a
short time to go to Miror B.'s location before he disappears.  Sometimes,
however, the Miror Radar will say that Miror B. is at a particular Poke Spot,
but when you arrive there, only Trudly and Folly will be there, so you have to
leave the Poke Spot and walk around for 15-20 minutes to find Miror B. again.

Miror B.'s team is full of Pokemon that use Leech Seed and Fake Out, making
them all Annoyers.  He will set up weather combos like Sunny Day + Solarbeam
and Rain Dance + Hydro Pump, taking advantage of the Chlorophyll/Rain Dish/
Swift Swim abilities.

Miror B. uses a random team at the Colosseums, but the team he uses at the
Poke Spots is concrete.  Some of his teams are listed below.

REALGAM TOWER
-------------
*L40 Ludicolo, L40 Jumpluff, L40 Sudowoodo, Shadow
*L40 Nosepass, L40 Jumpluff, L40 Lombre, L40 Sudowoodo, Shadow
*L40 Shiftry, L40 Jumpluff, L40 Electrode, L40 Ludicolo, Shadow

PYRITE TOWN
-----------
*L20 Lombre, L20 Ludicolo, L20 Voltorb, Shadow
*L20 Lombre, L20 Hoppip, L20 Voltorb, L20 Sudowoodo, Shadow
*L20 Nuzleaf, L20 Hoppip, L20 Voltorb, L20 Ludicolo, Shadow

POKE SPOTS
----------
*L40 Ludicolo x2, Shadow x2

When you have acquired 82 Shadow Pokemon, your Miror Radar will detect Wanderer
Miror B.'s presence at Gateon Port when you arrive at the place.  He's at the
top of the Gateon Lighthouse.  He has the last Shadow Pokemon of its kind - the
Dragonite that Trudly and Folly stole from Cipher - in his team.

When you make it to the top of the Lighthouse, you'll hear Miror B.'s theme
music and see him dancing with his Ludicolos.  If you speak with him, he'll
complain that you've messed up his dance, and challenges you one last time.

+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+
| BOSS BATTLE: WANDERER MIROR B. |
+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+
________________________________________________
| POKEMON		| TYPE	     		|
-------------------------------------------------
| L57 Ludicolo x5	| Water/Grass		|
| L55+ Dragonite (S)	| Dragon/Flying		|
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Notes and Strategy
------------------
Your final battle with Miror B. won't be easy.  His team is MUCH tougher than
before.  Use Pokemon over Level 60 in this battle.  Miror B.'s Ludicolos each
have Fake Out for immobilizing your Pokemon.  He will use the Rain Dance/Hydro
Pump combo, taking advantage of the Swift Swim/Rain Dish abilities once more.
The Ludicolos know a variety of attacks (Hydro Pump, Giga Drain, Waterfall, Ice
Punch, Thunderpunch and Seismic Toss) with one of them having Counter.  They
are weak to Bug, Poison and Flying moves, but Ice Punch and Thunderpunch will
take care of Flying-types, while a Rain Dance-boosted Hydro Pump will faint any
Bugs and Poisons.  Even neutral Pokemon like Normals and Psychics won't last
long against these attacks.  Therefore, your best bet is to sweep Miror B.'s
team before he gets a chance to attack.  Fast Flying Pokemon (eg. Zapdos) work
well with Drill Peck or Aerial Ace.  Lugia is a good defensive wall with Recover
and TM16 (Light Screen) while it can cause some damage with Gust/Aeroblast
(although Lugia doesn't learn Aeroblast until Level 77).
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

When you finally defeat Miror B. and Snag his Shadow Dragonite, he'll complain
that you Snagged Cipher's last Shadow Pokemon.  As Miror B. leaves in the
elevator, he realises that there is a device in his hair.  After he destroys
it, the game says "Nothing appears on the Miror Radar anymore and it appears to
be broken."  You don't need it to find Miror B. anyway, since he will now be
dancing forever in Gateon Port's Krabby Club from this point (he won't battle
you, though).

===============================================================================
			6.02 - LUCKY EGG
===============================================================================

After you beat the Final Boss AND win Round 1 of the Orre Colosseum, you can do
the Lucky Egg Side Quest.  You'll recieve an e-mail from Eagun's wife Beluh.
If you go to Beluh's house, she'll explain that a strange affliction seems to
have taken root among the Pokemon in Agate Village.  There are five Pokemon in
Agate Village in total (Combusken, Poochyena, Taillow, Lotad and Wobbuffet).

After talking to the five Pokemon in Agate Village, speak with the old man in
the Pokemon Centre.  He admits that he gave Pokemon Translators to the owners
of the afflicted Pokemon.  He also mentions that he recieved the Translators
from Dr. Kaminko.  It seems these Translators are behind the strange
affliction.

Go to Dr. Kaminko's House.  He gives you the Voice Case 1 and asks you to play
it at the Pokemon that cries in the same way in order to disenage the
Translator.  Play the Voice Case 1 at the Combusken.  Obtain the Voice Case 2
from Dr. Kaminko and play it at the Poochyena.  Obtain the Voice Case 3 and
play it at the Taillow.  Obtain the Voice Case 4 and play it at the Wobbuffet.
The Voice Case will have no effect.  Speak with Dr. Kaminko.  He'll take the
Voice Case 4 from you and throw it away.

You'll recieve an e-mail from Megg of ONBS.  Megg informs you that her
Shroomish has suddenly lost its voice.  Obtain the Voice Case 5 from Dr.
Kaminko and play it at the Shroomish in Pyrite Town in the ONBS Headquarters.
Megg informs you that this phenomenon has been seen among Pokemon in places
like Gateon Port and Phenac City, too.

Obtain the Cry Analyzer from Dr. Kaminko.  He explains that the Pokemon
Translators are individually protected with secret passwords.  He admits that
he's forgotten what they were.  If you use the Cry Analyzer on an afflicted
Pokemon, a question will appear.  The correct answer to the question is the
secret password.  If the question is answered correctly, the Pokemon
Translator will detach.

At Gateon Port, use the Cry Analyzer on Oddish, Magnemite, Krabby, and Krabby.
Sun Stone, Magneton, Krabilly, and Krabetty are the respective correct answers
to the questions.  At Phenac City, use the Analyzer on Azumarill, Castform,
Seedot, and Linoone.  Marill, Weather Pokemon, Seedot, and No. 1 are the
respective correct answers to the questions.

At Agate Village, use the Cry Analyzer on the Wobbuffet.  Unfortunately, the
Pokemon Translator on Wobbuffet appears to be broken down.  Speak with Dr.
Kaminko.  He suggests talking to Wobbuffet with a Pokemon's voice.  Speak with
Wobbuffet to detach the Pokemon Translator.  Return to Beluh's house and talk
to her.  She'll show her appreciation by giving you a Lucky Egg, an item that
is otherwise frustratingly hard to obtain in Gen III.

The Lucky Egg is an item that allows the holder to receive 1.5 times the EXP
every time it fights.  It's useful for training up Pokemon quicker for tough
battles.  This is handy for traded Pokemon, in particular, as they already
receive 1.5 times the EXP, so their EXP will be boosted to around double the
normal amount.

===============================================================================
			6.03 - POKE SPOTS
===============================================================================

When you first visit Rock Poke Spot, an OBNS reporter named Pofty says Duking
is the driving force behind the booming popularity of wild Pokemon in Pyrite
Town.  Duking explains how one goes about attracting wild Pokemon to a Poke
Spot and asks you to help demonstrate.

The stages of catching wild Pokemon are as follows:
1) You need Poke Snacks (Duking gives you 10).
2) Lay those Poke Snacks on the plate nearby.
3) Leave the Poke Spot.
4) Eventually, a wild Pokemon will come along.

The more Poke Snacks you lay out, the longer a Pokemon will stay to eat, making
it that much easier to catch.  The Spot Monitor lets you know what's happening
at any Poke Spot wherever you are.  Duking gives you one as thanks for
participating in the demonstration.  When a wild Pokemon appears, your Spot
Monitor will respond and alert you.

When you get a signal, you have only a short time to go to a Poke Spot before
the Pokemon eats all your Poke Snacks and disappears.  If your Spot Monitor's
signals are slow, it's a Common Pokemon.  If they aren't, it's a Rare/Super
Rare Pokemon.  You can capture these Pokemon unlimited times.  Their levels
range between 10 and 23.  You can buy more Poke Snacks from most Poke Marts
after ONBS is liberated from Cipher.

POKE SPOTS
 _______________________________________________
| POKEMON	| LOCATION	| RARITY	|
+-----------------------------------------------+
| Aron		| Cave	        | Rare	        |
| Gligar	| Rock		| Rare		|
| Hoppip	| Oasis		| Common	|
| Phanpy	| Oasis		| Rare		|
| Sandshrew	| Rock		| Common	|
| Surskit	| Oasis		| Super Rare	|
| Trapinch	| Rock		| Super Rare	|
| Wooper	| Cave		| Super Rare	|
| Zubat		| Cave		| Common	|
+-----------------------------------------------+

Pokemon rarity source: https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Pok%C3%A9_Spot

When you first visit Oasis Poke Spot, Duking admits there are several rare
Pokemon that hardly ever show up at Poke Spots.  He's having a hard time trying
to catch Trapinch, Surskit, and Wooper.  If you able to capture these Pokemon,
Duking can will trade you a Level 20 Meditite, Shuckle, and Larvitar
respectively.  Larvitar's the best of the bunch, as it will evolve into the
formidable Tyranitar if trained well.  As Duking leaves, he marks the final
Poke Spot: Cave.  You can find Duking again in his house in Pyrite Town after
ONBS is liberated from Cipher (it's identified by the letter "G" on the
outside).  There is an open door inside that leads to a cave where you will
find him.

A Munchlax will sometimes appear randomly at Poke Spots, eating your Poke
Snacks.  Its owner (a herbalist who owns a shop on the second floor of the
Gateon Poke Mart) will give you 10 Poke Snacks and a random herbal medicine
from her shop in compensation each time.  You can't keep Munchlax, as it
originates from the Sinnoh region and the GBA games lack that region's Pokedex.
You can now buy herbal medicines from the herbalist (her Munchlax was blocking
the way previously).

After you meet a Bonsly on the S.S. Libra, it will randomly appear at any Poke
Spot.  When you find it, walk up to it slowly to be able to capture it and
return it to its owner.  You'll recieve the Bonsly Card as a reward.  This card
allows you to use Bonsly in Battle Bingo.  Note that you can't keep it after a
game ends, since you can't keep Pokemon you get in Battle Bingo.  In addition,
Bonsly originates from the Sinnoh region and the GBA games lack that region's
Pokedex.

==============================================================================
			6.04 - PHENAC PRE GYM
==============================================================================

When you first enter the S.S. Libra, Justy will send you an e-mail telling you
that the Pre Gym has reopened.  Inside the Pre Gym, he explains that you must
defeat four Trainers in a row first to earn the privilege of challenging him.

PRE GYM
-------
*Cooltrainer Quelor: L21 Ledyba, L21 Spoink, L21 Bellossom
*Cooltrainer Teslor: L22 Sunflora, L22 Furret, L22 Linoone
*Supertrainer Nopel: L23 Kecleon, L23 Azumarill, L23 Yanma
*Matron Klaus: L24 Plusle, L24 Minun, L24 Absol

After defeating the four Trainers, Justy asks if you want to battle him right
away.  If you're ready, say "Yes".

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~ Boss Battle: Pre Gym Leader Justy		~
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
| POKEMON		| TYPE	     		|
-------------------------------------------------
| L29 Cacnea	  	| Grass			|
| L29 Sandslash		| Ground		|
| L29 Gligar		| Ground/Flying		|
| L29 Nosepass		| Rock			|
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Notes and Strategy
------------------
Justy's strategy revolves around Double Team and Sandstorm.  Thanks to the Sand
Veil ability, the evasiveness of Cacnea, Sandslash and Gligar increases in a
sandstorm.  Although Nosepass doesn't have Sand Veil as an Ability, its Magnet
Pull can stop you from switching out your Steel-type Pokemon, so watch out.  If
you can attack Justy's Pokemon with their weaknesses, you can knock them out
before he has a chance to start his strategy.  If Justy's Pokemon start using
Double Team, try to take them out before your attacks start missing.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

After defeating Justy, he'll give you a Lum Berry and TM32 (Double Team).
Justy congratulates you on your victory and mentions that this battle reminds
him of a battle he had with somebody five years ago.  He's referring to Wes
from Colosseum.

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			6.05 - AGATE MOVE TUTOR
===============================================================================

In Agate Village, there is a cave in the southwestern side (Bodybuilder Dosk is
standing near it).  Inside, you can find a female Move Tutor called the Teacher
Lady.  She can teach your Pokemon moves that once exclusive to Gens I and II
(Note: She can only teach these moves once).  Check PSGilmore's Move Tutor
Compatibility Guide for more information.

 ___________________________________________________
| Move		| How to Unlock                     |
+---------------------------------------------------+
| Mimic		| Available from the start          |
| Thunder Wave	| Same as Mimic	                    |
| Seismic Toss	| Same as Mimic	                    |
| Icy Wind	| Enter Pyrite Town                 |
| Substitute	| Same as Icy Wind                  |
| Dream Eater	| Same as Icy Wind                  |
| Swagger	| Obtain the Music Disc             |
| Body Slam	| Same as Swagger                   |
| Nightmare	| Same as Swagger                   |
| Sky Attack    | Talk to Hordel at Outskirt Stand  |
| Double-Edge   | Enter Cipher Key Lair             |
| Selfdestruct  | Enter Citadark Isle               |
+---------------------------------------------------+

Source: Prima's Official Guide

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			6.06 - AGATE DAY CARE
===============================================================================

After you free the citizens of Phenac City, you can visit the Pokemon Day Care
in Agate Village and leave one Pokemon there.  It's just across the bridge from
Eagun's house (the house shaped like a tree).  While your Pokemon is in the Day
Care, its EXP will increase.  The EXP are determined by the number of steps you
take.

You must pay $100 for the service and an additional $100 for each time your
Pokemon levels up.  For example, if my Cyndaquil was Level 10 and became Level
12, I would have to pay $300 for the service.  If your Pokemon reaches its
evolution level, it won't evolve.  For example, if my Magikarp was Level 5 and
became Level 20, it wouldn't have evolved into Gyarados.  If your Pokemon
learns new moves, the top ones will be erased, so be careful.

===============================================================================
			6.07 - JOVI'S DIARY
===============================================================================

This section contains information about Jovi's Diary, which can be found at Dr.
Kaminko's House.  The diary updates as you progress through the game, so check
it often to read new entries.  There are 7 entries in total.  Some people on
the GameFAQs message board have been wondering about Jovi's Random Diary 1.
Jovi mentions that the Pokemon HQ Lab has a secret room somewhere.  The secret
room is the same room where the Master Ball was/is.  If you go to the Pokemon
HQ after destroying the Cipher Key Lair, Prof. Krane will open the entrance to
the secret room.  The 7 diary entries are listed below.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Title:	Jovi's Random Diary
Entry:	No. 1
Info:	Top secret! The Pokemon HQ Lab has a secret room somewhere.  It doesn't
        look like anybody knows where it is.  Jovi will find it first and make
        it a secret base!
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Title:	Jovi's Random Diary
Entry:	No. 2
Info:   The robots under this room are made to look like a red Pokemon and a
 	blue one.  And they're supposed to work! But Jovi's not sure if that's
	true! Because Chobin says that Jovi can't take a ride.  Jovi bets
	Chobin won't let Jovi take a ride because they don't work.  Chobin's a
	cheapskate!
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Title:	Jovi's Random Diary
Entry:	No. 3
Info:   (This entry is written in a different style than Jovi's.) Robo Groudon
	is splendorous! No making fun of its greatness!
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Title:	Jovi's Random Diary
Entry:	No. 4
Info:	This is Jovi's Diary! Chobin's not allowed to write in this!
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Title:	Jovi's Random Diary
Entry:	No. 5
Info:	Kandee's a good singer, and she's really pretty.  Jovi wishes Jovi
	could be a star like that, too.  Jovi knows! Jovi will get big brother
	to take me to ONBS! When people at ONBS see Jovi, they'll try to
	recruit Jovi for sure.  When is big brother coming home?
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Title:	Jovi's Random Diary
Entry:	No. 6
Info:	Big brother seems to be relaxed.  Jovi thinks the adventure is not so
	hard anymore.  Maybe it's Jovi's turn for adventure.  Jovi should ask
	Mommy.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Title:	Jovi's Random Diary
Entry:	No. 7
Info:	(Chobin's handwriting again.) Thank goodness.  Chobin is happy to see
	that Jovi girl go off on an adventure.  Dr. Kaminko can focus on his
	research again, and Chobin will serve as the doctor's assistant.  Hey!
	Chobin's writing in Jovi's diary again! This is a secret diary! Chobin
	can't write in this!
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

===============================================================================
			6.08 - MEW MOVE TUTOR
===============================================================================

A Move Tutor at Mt. Battle can teach Mew moves for the cost of 5,000 Poké
Coupons. This can only be done after beating the game, but it can be done
multiple times. Unlike other Move Tutors, this one does not give the player a
direct choice in what Mew learns. Instead, he asks a few questions and then
offers a full set of moves for Mew.

This Move Tutor can teach Mew any move it can otherwise learn by TM, HM, or
from any other Generation III Move Tutor, plus one of the moves below:

Move
Faint Attack
Fake Out
Hypnosis
Night Shade
Role Play
Zap Cannon

Source: https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Move_Tutor#Mew_Move_Tutor

###############################################################################
7.  Mini-Games
###############################################################################

There are two Mini-Games in this game called Battle Bingo and Battle CD Sims.
You can play them at Realgam Tower.

===============================================================================
			7.01 - BATTLE BINGO
===============================================================================

Battle Bingo is a strategy game that is played on a Bingo Card with 16 Panels
arranged in a 4-by-4 grid.  The 16 Panels are turned over and exposed one by
one.  Flip over Panels to form a vertical, horizontal, or diagonal line to
score a Bingo.  Keep forming Bingo lines until all Panels are flipped over or
you run out of moves.  If all Panels are flipped over, 10 Bingo lines will be
completed, and you win the game.

At the start of the game, you will have one Pokemon and two Master Balls.
Your Pokemon will also have Entry Points (EP).  To flip over a Panel, 1 EP is
required.  If all your Pokemon use up their EP, no more Panels can be flipped
over.  At that time, it's game over for you.

On the first turn, you may select any 1 of the 16 Panels and flip it over.  The
next Panel that can be flipped must be next to an already-flipped-over Panel.
Think ahead and plan the sequence for flipping Panels.

There are two kinds of Panels.  One kind is marked with a Pokemon type and the
other with a question mark.  If you try to flip a Panel marked with a Pokemon
type, a hidden Pokemon will appear.  You must battle this Pokemon with the
Pokemon you entered in the game.  The battle will be a strictly one-on-one m
match with no switching of Pokemon.  If you win the battle or catch the
opposing Pokemon with a Master Ball, the contested Panel can be flipped over.
If the opposing Pokemon is caught, you may choose it as your own for Panel
battles from the next Panel on.  The "?" Panels can be opened just by using 1
EP.  They hide EP and Master Balls for the player's use.

If you complete a line of flipped-over Panels, you score a Bingo.  You are
awarded a single EP for each Bingo line.  If you quit the game before the end,
you are given Poke Coupons matched to the number of Bingo lines you made.  If
you complete the Card, you are awarded a bonus for leftover EP and Master Balls
in addition to the regular prize.  If all your Pokemon run out of EP, it's game
over since you will no longer be able to flip Panels.  In that case, you will
not be given any Poke Coupons that you may have earned in that game.

Check Charlie_Supreme's Battle Bingo FAQ for more information on Battle Bingo.

After returning Bonsly to its owner, you'll recieve the Bonsly Card as a
reward.  This card allows you to use Bonsly in Battle Bingo.

===============================================================================
			7.02 - BATTLE SIMS
===============================================================================

You may conduct Battle Sims using Battle CDs.  Set your Battle CD in the
device.  That's all you need to do to take on a virtual Trainer in battle.
Each Battle CD contains Pokemon for you to use.  You'll be sure to experience
all kinds of battles.  Think about the type matchups and movesets of your
Pokemon when you make the challenge.  After a clearing a Battle CD, you'll
receive a reward.  Check the Battle CD Locations section for more information.
If you can clear all the Battle CDs, you'll recieve 15,000 Poke Coupons.
Certain Battle CDs are dual-sided, so you must clear Side A before you can
clear Side B.  If you want detailed locations of the Battle CDs, check the
relevant parts of the Walkthrough.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 01
Title:		Flying Vs. Flying
Comment:	Predict the opponent's moves to win!
Difficulty:	Easy
Solution:	1) Use Double Edge.
		2) Use Gust to defeat Tropius.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 02
Title:		Skill Over Power
Comment:	Use the foe's power to your advantage!
Difficulty:	Easy
Solution:	1) Use Counter and Mirror Coat.
		2) Use the above moves again to defeat Drowzee.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 03
Title:		Exploit Seams!
Comment:	Hit foes while they're locked into moves!
Difficulty:	Easy
Solution:	1) Use Dig three times to deal with Vileplume.
		2) Withdraw Quagsire and send out Ludicolo.
		3) Use Dive twice to defeat Skarmory.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 04
Title:		Plusle and Minun
Comment:	The best of friends in play and battle!
Difficulty:	Easy
Solution:	1) Use Helping Hand and Thunderbolt to take out Miltank.
		2) Use the above moves again to defeat Tropius.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 05
Title:		Offense is the Greatest Defense
Comment:	But can defense be the greatest offense?
Difficulty:	Easy
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Name:		Battle CD 06
Title:		Dreams Come True
Comment:	Wishes make dreams become reality.
Difficulty:	Easy
Solution:	1) Use Icy Wind and Wish.
		2) Use Shadow Ball and Shadow Ball.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 07
Title:		Machamp's Macho Romp
Comment:	The stronger the foe, the hotter it gets.
Difficulty:	Normal
Solution:	1) Use Swords Dance twice.
		2) Use Earthquake to defeat Aggron.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 08
Title:		Zangoose Vs. Cradily
Comment:	Taking the battle to a defense-only foe.
Difficulty:	Normal
Solution:	1) Use Swords Dance three times.
		2) Use Slash once to defeat Cradily.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 09
Title:		Color Change Carnival
Comment:	Duke it out with Kecleon!
Difficulty:	Normal
Solution:	1) Use Mach Punch.
		2) Send out Aerodactyl.
		3) Use Wing Attack and Ancientpower.
		4) Send out Hariyama and use Earthquake.
		6) Send out Girafarig.
		7) Use Psychic and Crunch.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 10
Title:		Friends from the Moon
Comment:	A perfect combination of pals?
Difficulty:	Normal
Solution:	1) Use Sunny Day (Clefable) and Protect (Clefairy).
		2) Use Follow Me (Clefable) and Solarbeam (Clefairy).
		3) Use Moonlight (Clefable) and Protect (Clefairy).
		4) Use Follow Me (Clefable) and Solarbeam (Clefairy).
		5) Use Moonlight (Clefable) and Protect (Clefairy).
		6) Use Follow Me (Clefable) and Solarbeam (Clefairy).
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Name:		Battle CD 11
Title:		One-Hit Wonders
Comment:	Wipe out all Pokemon in a single shot!
Difficulty:	Normal
Solution:	1) Use Spikes.
		2) Use Sandstorm.
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Name:		Battle CD 12
Title:		Heracross Bide-a-thon
Comment:	Who can hold out the longest?
Difficulty:	Normal
Solution:	1) Use Endure twice.
		2) Use Reversal to defeat Swellow.
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Name:		Battle CD 13
Title:		What is Porygon Anyway?
Comment:	Try transforming into different types.
Difficulty:	Normal
Solution:	1) Use Conversion.
		2) Use Aerial Ace four times.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 14
Title:		Whomp That Wobbuffet
Comment:	Counter or Mirror Coat?
Difficulty:	Normal
Solution:
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Name:		Battle CD 15
Title:		A Salute to Meteorologists
Comment:	Castform has Future Sight, too.
Difficulty:	Normal
Solution:	1) Use Future Sight and Rain Dance.
		2) Use Weather Ball and Thunder.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 16
Title:		Slowpoke Family Feud
Comment:	Sharpedo, please don't thrash about!
Difficulty:	Normal
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Name:		Battle CD 17
Title:		The Rattata That Roared
Comment:	Can a Lv. 5 prevail over a Lv. 100?
Difficulty:	Normal
Solution:	1) Use Toxic and Hyper Fang.
		2) Use Substitute and Hyper Fang.
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Name:		Battle CD 18
Title:		Farfetch'd Substitute
Comment:	Watch it Frail when in trouble!
Difficulty:	Normal
Solution:	1) Use Fury Swipes.
		2) Use the above move again twice.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 19
Title:		Volcanic Reaction
Comment:	A fiery ordeal of invasive flavor!
Difficulty:	Hard
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Name:		Battle CD 20
Title:		Let Slip the Houndoom!
Comment:	Time for a quick-change artist!
Difficulty:	Hard
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 21
Title:		Focus Punch Face-Off!
Comment:	Everybody loves that Focus Punch!
Difficulty:	Hard
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Name:		Battle CD 23
Title:		Aerodactyl Vs. Kyogre
Comment:	Wait out the storm!
Difficulty:	Hard
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Name:		Battle CD 24
Title:		Batter Down Protection!
Comment:	Break the string of Protect!
Difficulty:	Hard
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Name:		Battle CD 27
Title:		Big Bang, Sorry
Comment:	Surviving Selfdestruct is the key!
Difficulty:	Hard
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Name:		Battle CD 28
Title:		Bomb Squad
Comment:	Prevent the opponent's Explosion!
Difficulty:	Hard
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Name:		Battle CD 29
Title:		Madcap Magikarp
Comment:	Splash is all any Magikarp does.
Difficulty:	Hard
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 31
Title:		Donphan Doldrums
Comment:	Being too tough can be a problem.
Difficulty:	Hard
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Name:		Battle CD 32
Title:		Survive Big Booms!
Comment:	How will you take out the Shuckle?
Difficulty:	Hard
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 33
Title:		Cutie Pokemon Concerto Side A
Comment:	A frolicking battle with cute Pokemon.
Difficulty:	Ultimate
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Name:		Battle CD 34
Title:		Cutie Pokemon Concerto Side B
Comment:	A frolicking battle with cute Pokemon.
Difficulty:	Ultimate
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Name:		Battle CD 35
Title:		Metronome Cup
Comment:	Waggle that finger and try your luck!
Difficulty:	Ultimate
Solution:	1) Use Metronome (Cleffa) and Metronome (Togepi).
		2) Repeat the above moves to defeat Geodude and Machop.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 36
Title:		The King of Fighting Types Side A
Comment:	A clash of macho Pokemon!
Difficulty:	Ultimate
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Name:		Battle CD 37
Title:		The King of Fighting Types Side B
Comment:	A clash of macho Pokemon!
Difficulty:	Ultimate
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Name:		Battle CD 38
Title:		Fossil Fandango Side A
Comment:	Pokemon from an ancient era rise again!
Difficulty:	Ultimate
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Name:		Battle CD 39
Title:		Fossil Fandango Side B
Comment:	Pokemon from an ancient era rise again!
Difficulty:	Ultimate
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Name:		Battle CD 40
Title:		Kanto Vs. Hoenn Side A
Comment:	Which region will boast superiority?
Difficulty:	Ultimate
Solution:	1) Use Sludge Bomb twice to take out Sceptile.
		2) Withdraw Venusaur and send out Blastoise.
		3) Use Hydro Cannon to deal with Blaziken.
		4) Use Frail until Blastoise faints.
		5) Send out Venusaur and use Frenzy Plant to defeat Swampert.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 41
Title:		Kanto Vs. Hoenn Side B
Comment:	Which region will boast superiority?
Difficulty:	Ultimate
Solution:	1) Withdraw Sceptile and send out Swampert.
		2) Use Muddy Water twice to take out Charizard.
		3) Withdraw Swampert and send out Blaziken.
		4) Use Blaze Kick twice to deal with Venusaur.
		5) Withdraw Blaziken and send out Sceptile.
		6) Use Leaf Blade twice to defeat Blastoise.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 42
Title:		Articuno, Zapdos, & Moltres Side A
Comment:	The dream team of the legendary birds!
Difficulty:	Ultimate
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Name:		Battle CD 43
Title:		Articuno, Zapdos, & Moltres Side B
Comment:	The dream team of the legendary birds!
Difficulty:	Ultimate
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Name:		Battle CD 44
Title:		Regirock, Regice, & Registeel Side A
Comment:	A dream team of legendary Pokemon!
Difficulty:	Ultimate
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Name:		Battle CD 45
Title:		Regirock, Regice, & Registeel Side B
Comment:	A dream team of legendary Pokemon!
Difficulty:	Ultimate
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Name:		Battle CD 46
Title:		Operation Zero
Comment:	A battle against Mew!
Difficulty:	Ultimate
Solution:	1) Use Bite (Eevee) and Helping Hand (Vaporeon).
		2) Send out Jolteon.
		3) Use Bite (Eevee) and Thunder Wave (Jolteon).
		4) Use Bite (Eevee) and Bite (Jolteon).
		5) Send out Umbreon.
		6) Use Bite (Eevee) and Helping Hand (Umbreon).
		7) Send out Espeon.
		8) Use Bite (Espeon) and Bite (Umbreon).
		9) Send out Flareon.
		10) Use Bite (Espeon) and Shadow Ball (Flareon) twice.
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Name:		Battle CD 47
Title:		The ultimate! Latias and Latios Side A
Comment:	They both hold Soul Dew.
Difficulty:	Ultimate
Solution:	1) Use Icy Wind (Lugia) and Protect (Ho-Oh).
		2) Use Aeroblast (Lugia) and Sacred Fire (Ho-Oh) on Latios.
		3) Use Aeroblast (Lugia) and Sacred Fire (Ho-Oh) on Latias.
		4) Use Aeroblast (Lugia) on Latias.
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Name:		Battle CD 48
Title:		The ultimate! Latias and Latios Side B
Comment:	Neither holds Soul Dew.
Difficulty:	Ultimate
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Name:		Battle CD 49
Title:		Legendary Pokemon Challenge 1
Comment: 	Can you beat this combination?
Difficulty:	Ultimate
Solution:	1) Use Protect (Jumpluff) and Protect (Ninjask).
		2) Use Solarbeam (Jumpluff) on Groudon.
		3) Use Silver Wind (Ninjask) to deal with Shiftry.
		4) Use Solarbeam (Jumpluff) to defeat Groudon.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 50
Title:		Legendary Pokemon Challenge 2
Comment: 	Can you beat this combination?
Difficulty:	Ultimate
Note:		This challenge might take a few tries.
Solution:	1) Use Earthquake (Quagsire) and Protect (Lanturn).
		2) Use Protect (Quagsire) and Thunder (Lanturn) on Kyogre.
		3) Use Amnesia (Quagsire) and Thunder (Lanturn) on Kingdra.
		4) Use Amnesia (Quagsire) and Thunder (Lanturn) on Kingdra.
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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

###############################################################################
8.  Appendices
###############################################################################

===============================================================================
			8.01 - LIST OF POKEMON
===============================================================================

This section lists data on all the Pokemon that you can acquire in this game
(specifically Shadow, Wild and Gift Pokemon).

=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
Shadow Pokemon
=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=

Shadow Pokemon have Regular Moves (RM) that would usually require breeding or
TMs to teach.  For example, Snorlax has Curse (an Egg Move) and Zapdos has
Thunderbolt (a TM).  When a Shadow Pokemon is Purified, its Shadow Moves (SwM)
are replaced with Special Moves (SlM) that you wouldn't normally be able to
teach it.  The Special Moves can't be taught to other Pokemon.  For example,
Farfetch'd has Baton Pass (a homage to the Farfetch'd from Pokemon Stadium 2).

ALTARIA
-------
Location: Snag from Cipher Admin Lovrina
SwM: Shadow Break, Shadow Mist, Shadow Rave
SlM: Heal Bell
RM: Dragonbreath, Solarbeam, Aerial Ace

ARBOK
-----
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Smarton
SwM: Shadow Rush, Shadow Half
SlM: Refresh
RM: Sludge Bomb, Glare, Bite

ARTICUNO
--------
Location: Snag from Grand Master Greevil at Citadark Isle
SwM: Shadow Chill, Shadow Shed, Shadow Rush, Shadow Sky
SlM: Heal Bell, Extrasensory, Haze
RM: Ice Beam

BALTOY
------
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Browsix at Cipher Lab
SwM: Shadow Blitz, Shadow Mist
SlM: Refresh
RM: Rock Tomb, Mud-Slap, Psybeam

BANETTE
-------
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Litnar on Citadark Isle
SwM: Shadow Rush, Shadow Hold
SlM: Helping Hand
RM: Faint Attack, Shadow Ball, Curse

BEEDRILL
--------
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Lok in Cipher Key Lair
SwM: Shadow Blitz, Shadow Hold
SlM: Baton Pass
RM: Sludge Bomb, Twineedle, Swords Dance

BUTTERFREE
----------
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Targ in Cipher Key Lair
SwM: Shadow Rush, Shadow Mist
SlM: Morning Sun
RM: Psychic, Sleep Powder, Aerial Ace

CARVANHA
--------
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Cabol in Cipher Lab
SwM: Shadow Blitz, Shadow Hold
SlM: Refresh
RM: Water Pulse, Bite, Powder Snow

CHANSEY
-------
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Leden on Citadark Isle
SwM: Shadow Rave, Shadow Hold
SlM: Sweet Kiss
RM: Thunderbolt, Softboiled, Skill Swap

DELCATTY
--------
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Lovrina in Cipher Lab
SwM: Shadow Rush, Shadow Wave
SlM: Sweet Kiss
RM: Secret Power, Attract, Shock Wave

DODRIO
------
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Furgy on Citadark Isle
SwM: Shadow Blitz, Shadow Shed
SlM: Baton Pass
RM: Drill Peck, Agility, Tri-Attack

DRAGONITE
---------
Location: Snag from Wanderer Miror B. at Gateon Port's Lighthouse
SwM: Shadow Rush, Shadow Down, Shadow Shed, Shadow Storm
SlM: Heal Bell
RM: Hyper Beam, Dragon Dance, Earthquake

DUGTRIO
-------
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Kolax on Citadark Isle
SwM: Shadow Break, Shadow Shed, Shadow Sky
SlM: Charm
RM: Earthquake, Sandstorm, Tri-Attack

DUSKULL
-------
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Lobar in Pyrite Town
SwM: Shadow Wave, Shadow Hold
SlM: Helping Hand
RM: Shadow Ball, Astonish, Confuse Ray

ELECTABUZZ
----------
Location: Snag from Cipher Admin Ardos on Citadark Isle
SwM: Shadow Mist, Shadow Half, Shadow Break, Shadow Storm
SlM: Follow Me
RM: Thunder Wave, Thunderbolt, Cross Chop

EXEGGUTOR
---------
Location: Snag from Grand Master Greevil at Citadark Isle
SwM: Shadow Storm, Shadow Shed, Shadow Hold, Shadow End
SlM: Refresh
RM: Psychic, Hypnosis, Ancientpower

FARFETCH'D
----------
Location: Snag from Cipher Admin Lovrina on Citadark Isle
SwM: Shadow Break, Shadow Sky, Shadow Panic
SlM: Baton Pass
RM: Slash, Swords Dance, Aerial Ace

GOLDUCK
-------
Location: Snag from Navigator Abson on Citadark Isle
SwM: Shadow Rave, Shadow Mist
SlM: Charm
RM: Waterfall, Psych Up, Brick Break

GRIMER
------
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Foltly in Phenac City
SwM: Shadow Blitz, Shadow Hold
SlM: Helping Hand
RM: Sludge Bomb, Shadow Punch, Minimize

GROWLITHE
---------
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Humah in Cipher Key Lair
SwM: Shadow Blitz, Shadow Rave
SlM: Charm
RM: Flamethrower, Bite, Take Down

GULPIN
------
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Purpsix at Cipher Lab
SwM: Shadow Blitz, Shadow Hold
SlM: Sing
RM: Shock Wave, Sludge, Toxic

HITMONCHAN
----------
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Karbon on Citadark Isle
SwM: Shadow Rush, Shadow Down
SlM: Helping Hand
RM: Mega Punch, Mind Reader, Sky Uppercut

HITMONLEE
---------
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Petro on Citadark Isle
SwM: Shadow Rush, Shadow Down, Shadow Half
SlM: Refresh
RM: Hi Jump Kick, Mind Reader, Mega Kick

HOUNDOUR
--------
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Resix at Cipher Lab
SwM: Shadow Blitz, Shadow Shed
SlM: Charm
RM: Faint Attack, Ember, Roar

HYPNO
-----
Location: Snag from Cipher Admin Gorigan in Cipher Key Lair
SwM: Shadow Storm, Shadow Down
SlM: Baton Pass
RM: Psychic, Meditite, Shadow Ball

KANGASKHAN
----------
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Litnar on Citadark Isle
SwM: Shadow Rush, Shadow Mist
SlM: Sing
RM: Earthquake, Tail Whip, Dizzy Punch

LAPRAS
------
Location: Snag from Cipher Admin Eldes on Citadark Isle
SwM: Shadow Storm, Shadow Shed, Shadow Sky
SlM: Heal Bell
RM: Hydro Pump, Rain Dance, Blizzard

LEDYBA
------
Location: Snag from Casual Guy Cyle at Gateon Port
SwM: Shadow Blitz, Shadow Shed
SlM: Refresh
RM: Psybeam, Aerial Ace, Supersonic

LICKITUNG
---------
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Geftal on Citadark Isle
SwM: Shadow Rush, Shadow Panic
SlM: Helping Hand
RM: Double-Edge, Defense Curl, Rollout

LUGIA
-----
Location: Snag from Grand Master Greevil on Citadark Isle
SwM: Shadow Blast, Shadow Down, Shadow Shed, Shadow Storm
SlM: Featherdance, Psycho Boost
RM: Hydro Pump, Earthquake

LUNATONE
--------
Location: Snag from Cipher Admin Snattle in Phenac City
SwM: Shadow Shed, Shadow Wave, Shadow Sky
SlM: Baton Pass
RM: Psychic, Rain Dance, Rock Tomb

MAGMAR
------
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Grupel on Citadark Isle
SwM: Shadow Rave, Shadow Shed, Shadow Rush
SlM: Follow Me
RM: Fire Blast, Cross Chop, Thunderpunch

MAGCARGO
--------
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Kolest on Citadark Isle
SwM: Shadow Rave, Shadow Shed
SlM: Refresh
RM: Heat Wave, Earthquake, Flamethrower

MAGNETON
--------
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Snidle in Cipher Key Lair
SwM: Shadow Hold, Shadow Rave, Shadow Sky
SlM: Refresh
RM: Double-Edge, Rain Dance, Thunder

MAKUHITA
--------
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Torkin in Pyrite Town
SwM: Shadow Blitz, Shadow Shed
SlM: Refresh
RM: Brick Break, Arm Thrust, Rock Tomb

MANECTRIC
---------
Location: Snag from Cipher Admin Eldes on Citadark Isle
SwM: Shadow Mist, Shadow End, Shadow Sky
SlM: Refresh
RM: Thunder, Rain Dance, Bite

MAREEP
------
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Yellosix at Cipher Lab
SwM: Shadow Blitz, Shadow Shed
SlM: Heal Bell
RM: Thundershock, Thunder Wave, Body Slam

MAROWAK
-------
Location: Snag from Cipher Admin Eldes on Citadark Isle
SwM: Shadow End, Shadow Panic
SlM: Sing
RM: Earthquake, Swords Dance, Rock Slide

MAWILE
------
Location: Snag from Cipher Commdr Exol in Pyrite Town
SwM: Shadow Rush, Shadow Wave
SlM: Sing
RM: False Swipe, Vicegrip, Iron Defense

MEOWTH
------
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Fostin in Phenac City
SwM: Shadow Rush, Shadow Hold
SlM: Sing
RM: Slash, Pay Day, Bite

MOLTRES
-------
Location: Snag from Grand Master Greevil on Citadark Isle
SwM: Shadow Fire, Shadow Shed, Shadow Mist, Shadow Break
SlM: Extrasensory, Morning Sun, Will-O-Wisp
RM: Flamethrower

MR. MIME
--------
Location: Snag from Cipher Admin Gorigan on Citadark Isle
SwM: Shadow Storm, Shadow Shed
SlM: Follow Me
RM: Psychic, Encore, Thunderpunch

NATU
----
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Elosin in Phenac City
SwM: Shadow Blitz, Shadow Shed
SlM: Baton Pass
RM: Future Sight, Night Shade, Aerial Ace

NOSEPASS
--------
Location: Snag from Wanderer Miror B.
SwM: Shadow Wave, Shadow Mist
SlM: Helping Hand
RM: Thunderbolt, Thunder Wave, Rock Slide

NUMEL
-----
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Solox in Cipher Lab
SwM: Shadow Blitz, Shadow Shed
SlM: Charm
RM: Take Down, Dig, Ember

PARAS
-----
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Humah in Cipher Key Lair
SwM: Shadow Blitz, Shadow Shed
SlM: Refresh
RM: Spore, Slash, False Swipe

PIDGEOTTO
---------
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Lok in Cipher Key Lair
SwM: Shadow Blitz, Shadow Panic
SlM: Refresh
RM: Wing Attack, Steel Wing, Featherdance

PINECO
------
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Gonrag in Phenac City
SwM: Shadow Blitz, Shadow Shed
SlM: Refresh
RM: Pin Missile, Spikes, Counter

PINSIR
------
Location: Snag from Cipher Admin Gorigan in Cipher Key Lair
SwM: Shadow Break, Shadow Shed
SlM: Helping Hand
RM: Guillotine, False Swipe, Submission

POLIWRATH
---------
Location: Snag from Cipher Admin Gorigan on Citadark Isle
SwM: Shadow Storm, Shadow Rush, Shadow Sky
SlM: Helping Hand
RM: Hydro Pump, Rain Dance, Brick Break

POOCHYENA
---------
Location: Snag from Bobybuilder Kilen in Gateon Port
SwM: Shadow Blitz, Shadow Hold
SlM: Heal Bell
RM: Dig, Poison Fang, Howl

PRIMEAPE
--------
Location: Snag from Cipher Admin Gorigan in Cipher Key Lair
SwM: Shadow Rush, Shadow Storm
SlM: Helping Hand
RM: Cross Chop, Focus Energy, Reversal

RALTS
-----
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Feldas in Pyrite Town
SwM: Shadow Wave, Shadow Hold
SlM: Sing
RM: Shock Wave, Reflect, Confusion

RAPIDASH
--------
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Kolest on Citadark Isle
SwM: Shadow Rave, Shadow Down, Shadow Sky
SlM: Baton Pass
RM: Solarbeam, Sunny Day, Flamethrower

RATICATE
--------
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Furgy on Citadark Isle
SwM: Shadow Rush, Shadow Down
SlM: Refresh
RM: Super Fang, Scary Face, Hyper Fang

RHYDON
------
Location: Snag from Grand Master Greevil on Citadark Isle
SwM: Shadow End, Shadow Down, Shadow Panic, Shadow Hold
SlM: Helping Hand
RM: Megahorn, Scary Face, Earthquake

ROSELIA
-------
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Fosin in Phenac City
SwM: Shadow Wave, Shadow Shed
SlM: Sweet Kiss
RM: Magical Leaf, Grasswhistle, Leech Seed

SABLEYE
-------
Location: Snag from Navigator Abson on Citadark Isle
SwM: Shadow Blitz, Shadow Hold
SlM: Helping Hand
RM: Shadow Ball, Faint Attack, Recover

SALAMENCE
---------
Location: Snag from Cipher Admin Eldes on Citadark Isle
SwM: Shadow Rush, Shadow Hold
SlM: Refresh
RM: Dragon Claw, Dragon Dance, Aerial Ace

SCYTHER
-------
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Leden on Citadark Isle
SwM: Shadow Rush, Shadow Mist
SlM: Morning Sun
RM: Razor Wind, Silver Wind, Slash

SEEDOT
------
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Greesix at Cipher Lab
SwM: Shadow Wave, Shadow Hold
SlM: Refresh
RM: Giga Drain, Bullet Seed, Secret Power

SEEL
----
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Egrog in Phenac City
SwM: Shadow Wave, Shadow Mist
SlM: Helping Hand
RM: Surf, Safeguard, Ice Beam

SHELLDER
--------
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Gorog in Cipher Key Lair
SwM: Shadow Blitz, Shadow Shed
SlM: Refresh
RM: Take Down, Surf, Aurora Beam

SHROOMISH
---------
Location: Snag from Cipher R&D Klots in Cipher Lab
SwM: Shadow Blitz, Shadow Mist
SlM: Refresh
RM: False Swipe, Mega Drain, Cotton Spore

SNORLAX
-------
Location: Snag from Cipher Admin Ardos on Citadark Isle
SwM: Shadow End, Shadow Shed
SlM: Refresh
RM: Fissure, Curse, Body Slam

SNORUNT
-------
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Exinn in Phenac City
SwM: Shadow Shed, Shadow Wave
SlM: Sing
RM: Water Pulse, Bite, Icy Wind

SOLROCK
-------
Location: Snag from Cipher Admin Snattle on Citadark Isle
SwM: Shadow Rave, Shadow Panic, Shadow Sky
SlM: Baton Pass
RM: Psychic, Sunny Day, Cosmic Power

SPEAROW
-------
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Ezin in Phenac City
SwM: Shadow Blitz, Shadow Panic
SlM: Baton Pass
RM: False Swipe, Leer, Aerial Ace

SPHEAL
------
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Blusix at Cipher Lab
SwM: Shadow Wave, Shadow Mist
SlM: Charm
RM: Aurora Beam, Water Gun, Mud-Slap

SPINARAK
--------
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Nexir in Cipher Lab
SwM: Shadow Blitz, Shadow Mist
SlM: Refresh
RM: Poison Sting

STARMIE
-------
Location: Snag from Cipher Admin Snattle on Citadark Isle
SwM: Shadow Storm, Shadow Break, Shadow Mist
SlM: Refresh
RM: Waterfall, Ice Beam, Recover

SWELLOW
-------
Location: Snag from Cipher Admin Ardos on Citadark Isle
SwM: Shadow Break, Shadow Mist, Shadow Half, Shadow Sky
SlM: Baton Pass
RM: Sky Attack, Agility, Facade

SWINUB
------
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Greck in Phenac City
SwM: Shadow Blitz, Shadow Wave
SlM: Charm
RM: Ancientpower, Mist, Mud Shot

TANGELA
-------
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Targ in Cipher Key Lair
SwM: Shadow Rave, Shadow Hold
SlM: Morning Sun
RM: Solarbeam, Sunny Day, Ingrain

TAUROS
------
Location: Snag from Grand Master Greevil at Citadark Isle
SwM: Shadow Hold, Shadow Rush, Shadow Shed, Shadow Sky
SlM: Refresh
RM: Earthquake, Tail Whip, Body Slam

TEDDIURSA
---------
Location: Snag from Spy Naps at HQ Lab
SwM: Shadow Blitz, Shadow Mist
SlM: Refresh
RM: Return, Lick, Metal Claw

TOGEPI
------
Location: Acquire from Hordel at Outskirt Stand
SwM: Shadow Rave, Shadow Shed
SlM: Tri-Attack
RM: Follow Me, Ancientpower, Helping Hand

VENOMOTH
--------
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Angic in Cipher Key Lair
SwM: Shadow Rush, Shadow Mist
SlM: Refresh
RM: Silver Wind, Substitute, Psychic

VOLTORB
-------
Location: Snag from Wanderer Miror B. at Cave Poke Spot
SwM: Shadow Rush, Shadow Panic
SlM: Refresh
RM: Mirror Coat, Spark, Swift

VULPIX
------
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Mesin in Pyrite Town
SwM: Shadow Hold, Shadow Panic
SlM: Charm
RM: Heat Wave, Ember, Dig

WEEPINBELL
----------
Location: Snag from Cipher Peon Angic in Cipher Key Lair
SwM: Shadow Rave, Shadow Hold
SlM: Morning Sun
RM: Magical Leaf, Sludge Bomb, Sweet Scent

ZANGOOSE
--------
Location: Snag from Thug Zook at Cipher Key Lair
SwM: Shadow Shed, Shadow Wave
SlM: Refresh
RM: Brick Break, Counter, Crush Claw

ZAPDOS
------
Location: Snag from Grand Master Greevil at Citadark Isle
SwM: Shadow Bolt, Shadow Rush, Shadow Sky, Shadow Shed
SlM: Extrasensory, Baton Pass, Metal Sound
RM: Thunderbolt

=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
Wild Pokemon
=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=

Wild Pokemon have their usual level-up moves.

ARON
----
How to Get: Catch at Cave Poke Spot

GLIGAR
------
How to Get: Catch at Rock Poke Spot

HOPPIP
------
How to Get: Catch at Oasis Poke Spot

PHANPY
------
How to Get: Catch at Oasis Poke Spot

SANDSHREW
---------
How to Get: Catch at Rock Poke Spot

SURSKIT
-------
How to Get: Catch at Oasis Poke Spot

TRAPINCH
--------
How to Get: Catch at Rock Poke Spot

WOOPER
------
How to Get: Catch at Cave Poke Spot

ZUBAT
-----
How to Get: Catch at Cave Poke Spot

=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
Gift Pokemon
=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=

Like Shadow Pokemon, Gift Pokemon have Regular Moves (RM) that would usually
require breeding or TMs to teach.

CHIKORITA
---------
How to Get: Acquire from Mt. Battle Master Battlus
RM: Tackle, Growl, Ancientpower, Frenzy Plant

CYNDAQUIL
---------
How to Get: Acquire from Mt. Battle Master Battlus
RM: Tackle, Leer, Reversal, Blast Burn

ELEKID
------
How to Get: Trade Hordel's Purified Togepi or Togetic for his Elekid
RM: Cross Chop, Thunderpunch, Ice Punch, Fire Punch

EEVEE
-----
How to Get: Starter Pokemon
RM: Tackle, Bite, Tail Whip, Sand-Attack

LARVITAR
--------
How to Get: Trade a Wooper for Duking's Larvitar
RM: Sandstorm, Dragon Dance, Bite, Outrage

MEDITITE
--------
How to Get: Trade a Trapinch for Duking's Meditite
RM: Dynamicpunch, Confusion, Shadow Ball, Detect

TOTODILE
--------
How to Get: Acquire from Mt. Battle Master Battlus
RM: Scratch, Leer, Crunch, Hydro Cannon

SHUCKLE
-------
How to Get: Trade a Surskit for Duking's Shuckle
RM: Toxic, Substitute, Sludge Bomb, Encore

===============================================================================
			8.02 - LIST OF ITEMS
===============================================================================

This section lists the locations of the Items in Pokemon XD: Gale of Darkness.
Some Items can be purchased in shop while others can be found in areas like
Cipher Key Lair and Citadark Isle.

+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+
|				HELD ITEMS				      |
+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Amulet Coin
Location:	Receive from Acri at Gateon Port
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Black Belt
Location:	Attached to Shadow Hitmonlee
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Blackglasses
Location:	Attached to Shadow Carvanha
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Brightpowder
Location:	Purchase at Realgam Tower
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Charcoal
Location:	Attached to Shadow Numel
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Choice Band
Location:	Purchase at Realgam Tower
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Dragon Fang
Location:	Attached to Shadow Altaria
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		EXP. Share
Location:	Recieve from the Mayor of Phenac City
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Focus Band
Location:	Pyrite Town (Hotel)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Hard Stone
Location:	Attached to Shadow Lunatone
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		King's Rock
Location:	Purchase at Realgam Tower
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Leftovers
Location:	Attached to both Bonsly and Shadow Snorlax
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Lucky Egg
Location:	Recieve from Beluh after completing the Lucky Egg Side Quest
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Lucky Punch
Location:	Attached to Shadow Chansey
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Macho Brace
Location:	Win Area 1 of Mt. Battle
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Magnet
Location:	Attached to Shadow Voltorb
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Mental Herb
Location:	Recieve from Acri at Gateon Port, clear Battle CD 23, purchase
		at Realgam Tower
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Metal Coat
Location:	Attached to Shadow Magneton
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Miracle Seed
Location:	Attached to Shadow Tangela
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Mystic Water
Location:	Attached to Shadow Seel
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Nevermeltice
Location:	Attached to Shadow Swinub
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Poison Barb
Location:	Attached to Shadow Beedrill
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Quick Claw
Location:	Recieve from Acri at Gateon Port, purchase at Realgam Tower
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Scope Lens
Location:	Purchase at Realgam Tower
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Sharp Beak
Location:	Attached to Shadow Spearow
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Shell Bell
Location:	Purchase at Realgam Tower
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Silk Scarf
Location:	Attached to Shadow Zangoose
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Silver Powder
Location:	Attached to Shadow Venomoth
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Soft Sand
Location:	Attached to Shadow Dugtrio
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Soothe Bell
Location:	Recieve from Kandee's mother in Pyrite Town (ONBS Headquarters)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Spell Tag
Location:	Attached to Shadow Banette
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Stick
Location:	Attached to Shadow Farfetch'd
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Thick Bone
Location:	Attached to Shadow Marowak
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Twistedspoon
Location:	Attached to Shadow Ralts
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		White Herb
Location:	Citadark Isle x2, recieve from Acri at Gateon Port, clear
		Battle CD 25
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+
|				NORMAL ITEMS				      |
+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Antidote
Location:	Poke Mart (Gateon Port, Agate Village, and Phenac City),
		Pokemon HQ x2, clear Battle CD 04
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Awakening
Location:	Poke Mart (Gateon Port, Agate Village, and Phenac City), Gateon
		Port Lighthouse, clear Battle CD 30
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Burn Heal
Location:	Poke Mart (Gateon Port, Agate Village, and Phenac City), Agate
		Village Relic Stone Cave x2, clear Battle CD 19
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Calcium
Location:	Phenac City Poke Mart
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Carbos
Location:	Phenac City Poke Mart
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Dire Hit
Location:	Pyrite Town Poke Mart
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Elixir
Location:	Cipher Key Lair, Citadark Isle, clear Battle CD 29
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Energy Root
Location:	Gateon Port Herbalist Shop
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Ether
Location:	Agate Village, Cipher Key Lair x2, Pyrite Town
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Excite Scent
Location:	Agate Village Poke Mart
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Fire Stone
Location:	Recieve from a man in Gateon Port, S.S. Libra
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Fresh Water
Location:	Pyrite Town Vending Machine
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Full Heal
Location:	Poke Mart (Gateon Port, Agate Village, Pyrite Town, Phenac
		City, Realgam Tower, and Outskirt Stand), Mt. Battle, Cipher
		Key Lair x4, Snagem Hideout x2, Citadark Isle x4
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Full Restore
Location:	Gateon Port Poke Mart, Cipher Key Lair, Citadark Isle x4
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Guard Spec.
Location:	Pyrite Town Poke Mart, clear Battle CD 18
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Heal Powder
Location:	Gateon Port Herbalist Shop
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		HP Up
Location:	Phenac City Poke Mart, Pyrite Town, Cipher Key Lair
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Hyper Potion
Location:	Poke Mart (Gateon Port, Phenac City, Realgam Tower, and
		Outskirt Stand), Pyrite Town, Phenac City x2, Snagem Hideout
		x2, Cipher Key Lair x5, Citadark Isle x5
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Ice Heal
Location:	Poke Mart (Gateon Port, Agate Village, and Phenac City)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Iron
Location:	Phenac City Poke Mart, S.S. Libra
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Joy Scent
Location:	Agate Village Poke Mart
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Leaf Stone
Location:	Cipher Lab
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Lemonade
Location:	Pyrite Town Vending Machine
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Max Elixir
Location:	Citadark Isle, clear Battle Bingo Card
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Max Ether
Location:	S.S. Libra, Citadark Isle x3, clear Battle Bingo Card
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Max Potion
Location:	Gateon Port Poke Mart, Citadark Isle x2
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Max Revive
Location:	Cipher Key Lair, Citadark Isle x2, clear Battle CDs 47 & 48
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Moomoo Milk
Location:	Pyrite Town Vending Machine
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Nugget
Location:	Clear Battle CDs 33 & 34
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Parlyz Heal
Location:	Poke Mart (Gateon Port, Agate Village, and Phenac City), Gateon
		Port Lighthouse, Pyrite Town Hotel
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Poke Snack
Location:	Poke Mart (Gateon Port, Agate Village, Pyrite Town, Phenac
		City, Realgam Tower, and Outskirt Stand), receive from Duking
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Potion
Location:	Poke Mart (Gateon Port, and Agate Village)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		PP Max
Location:	Citadark Isle
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		PP Up
Location:	Phenac Stadium, S.S. Libra x2, Snagem Hideout, Cipher Key Lair,
		Citadark Isle
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Protein
Location:	Phenac City Poke Mart, Realgam Tower
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Rare Candy
Location:	Kaminko's House, Snagem Hideout, Cipher Key Lair, Citadark Isle
		x3
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Revival Herb
Location:	Gateon Port Herbalist Shop
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Revive
Location:	Poke Mart (Pyrite Town, Gateon Port, Phenac City, Outskirt
		Stand, and Realgam Tower), Cipher Lab, Pyrite Town, ONBS HQ,
		Snagem Hideout x2, Cipher Key Lair x2, Citadark Isle x4
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Soda Pop
Location:	Pyrite Town Vending Machine
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Super Potion
Location:	Poke Mart (Pyrite Town, Gateon Port, Agate Village, Phenac
		City, and Outskirt Stand), Gateon Port x2, Agate Village,
		Cipher Lab, Cipher Key Lair x3
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Thunderstone
Location:	Receive from sailor at Gateon Port
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Vivid Scent
Location:	Agate Village Poke Mart
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Water Stone
Location:	Receive from sailor at Gateon Port, Phenac Stadium
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		X Accuracy
Location:	Pyrite Town Poke Mart
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		X Attack
Location:	Pyrite Town Poke Mart
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		X Special
Location:	Pyrite Town Poke Mart
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		X Speed
Location:	Pyrite Town Poke Mart
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Yellow Flute
Location:	S.S. Libra
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Zinc
Location:	Phenac City Poke Mart
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+
|				BERRY ITEMS				      |
+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Aguav Berry
Location:	Agate Village
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Apicot Berry
Location:	Realgam Tower
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Aspear Berry
Location:	Agate Village
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Cheri Berry
Location:	Agate Village
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Chesto Berry
Location:	Agate Village
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Figy Berry
Location:	Agate Village
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Ganlon Berry
Location:	Realgam Tower
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Himeri Berry
Location:	Agate Village
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Iapapa Berry
Location:	Agate Village
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Lum Berry
Location:	Agate Village, clear Battle CD 24 x5, Pre Gym
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Mago Berry
Location:	Agate Village
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Oran Berry
Location:	Agate Village
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Pecha Berry
Location:	Agate Village
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Persim Berry
Location:	Agate Village
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Petaya Berry
Location:	Realgam Tower
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Rawst Berry
Location:	Agate Village
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Salac Berry
Location:	Clear Battle CDs 44 & 45, Realgam Tower
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Sitrus Berry
Location:	Agate Village
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Wiki Berry
Location:	Agate Village
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+
|				KEY ITEMS				      |
+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Bonsly Card
Location:	Receive as a reward for finding Bonsly
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Bonsly Photo
Location:	Clear the Bonsly Card in Battle Bingo
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Cry Analyzer
Location:	Receive from Dr. Kaminko
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Data Rom
Location:	Cipher Lab
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Disc Case
Location:	Phenac City
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Elevator Key
Location:	Phenac City
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Gonzap's Key
Location:	Receive from Snagem Head Gonzap
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		ID Card
Location:	Cipher Lab
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Krane Memo 1
Location:	Pokemon HQ Lab
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Krane Memo 2
Location:	Pokemon HQ Lab
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Krane Memo 3
Location:	Pokemon HQ Lab
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Krane Memo 4
Location:	Pokemon HQ Lab
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Krane Memo 5
Location:	Pokemon HQ Lab
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Machine Part
Location:	Receive from Perr at Gateon Port
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Mayor's Note
Location:	Phenac City
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Moon Shard
Location:	Receive from a sailor at Gateon Port
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Miror Radar
Location:	Cave Poke Spot
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Music Disc
Location:	Phenac City
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Sun Shard
Location:	Receive from sailor at Gateon Port
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		System Lever
Location:	Cipher Key Lair
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Voice Case 1
Location:	Receive from Dr. Kaminko
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Voice Case 2
Location:	Receive from Dr. Kaminko
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Voice Case 3
Location:	Receive from Dr. Kaminko
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Voice Case 4
Location:	Receive from Dr. Kaminko
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Voice Case 5
Location:	Receive from Dr. Kaminko
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+
|				BATTLE CD ITEMS				      |
+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+

This section lists the locations of the Battle CDs in Pokemon XD: Gale of
Darkness.  There are 50 Battle CDs in total.  It's worth it to find them, since
you can get rewards for clearing them.  In addition, if you can clear all of
them, you'll recieve 15,000 Poke Coupons.  Some Battle CDs can be purchased at
Realgam Tower, while others can be found in areas like Cipher Key Lair and
Citadark Isle.  Check the Walkthrough to find detailed locations for the
Battle CDs, if you're having trouble obtaining them.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 01
Location:	Phenac City
Reward:		Super Potion
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 02
Location:	Purchase at Realgam Tower
Reward:		Super Potion
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 03
Location:	Purchase at Realgam Tower
Reward:		Great Ball
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 04
Location:	Purchase at Realgam Tower
Reward:		Antidote
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Name:		Battle CD 05
Location:	Kaminko's House
Reward:		Parlyz Heal
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Name:		Battle CD 06
Location:	Gateon Port (Krabby Club)
Reward:		Ice Heal
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 07
Location:	Phenac City
Reward:		Great Ball
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 08
Location:	Phenac City
Reward:		Super Potion
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 09
Location:	Purchase at Realgam Tower (Clear Battle CDs 02, 03, and 04)
Reward:		Full Heal
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 10
Location:	Phenac City
Reward:		Full Heal
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 11
Location:	Kaminko's House
Reward:		Full Heal
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 12
Location:	Phenac City (Mayor's House)
Reward:		Hyper Potion
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 13
Location:	Purchase at Realgam Tower
Reward:		Ultra Ball
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 14
Location:	Agate Village (After Team Snagem steals your Snag Machine)
Reward:		Hyper Potion
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 15
Location:	Phenac City (After Team Snagem steals your Snag Machine)
Reward:		Revive
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 16
Location:	Phenac City
Reward:		Full Heal
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 17
Location:	Purchase at Realgam Tower (Clear Battle CDs 02, 03, and 04)
Reward:		Energy Root
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 18
Location:	S.S. Libra
Reward:		Guard Spec.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 19
Location:	Phenac City
Reward:		Burn Heal
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 20
Location:	Phenac City
Reward:		Awakening
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 21
Location:	Pyrite Town (ONBS Headquarters)
Reward:		TM01
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 22
Location:	Pyrite Town (ONBS Headquarters)
Reward:		Rare Candy
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 23
Location:	Kaminko's House
Reward:		Mental Herb
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 24
Location:	Pyrite Town (ONBS Headquarters)
Reward:		5 Lum Berries
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 25
Location:	Purchase at Realgam Tower (Clear Battle CDs 09, 13, and 17)
Reward:		White Herb
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 26
Location:	Purchase at Realgam Tower (Clear Battle CDs 09, 13, and 17)
Reward:		Ultra Ball
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 27
Location:	Phenac City
Reward:		Timer Ball
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 28
Location:	Phenac City
Reward:		Timer Ball
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 29
Location:	Kaminko's House
Reward:		Elixir
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 30
Location:	Purchase at Realgam Tower (Clear Battle CDs 09, 13, and 17)
Reward:		Ultra Ball
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 31
Location:	Citadark Isle
Reward:		Full Restore
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 32
Location:	Phenac City
Reward:		Revive
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 33
Location:	Pokemon HQ
Reward:		Nugget
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 34
Location:	Purchase at Realgam Tower (Clear Battle CD 33)
Reward:		Nugget
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 35
Location:	Phenac City (Pre Gym)
Reward:		X Accuracy
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 36
Location:	Pyrite Town (ONBS Headquarters)
Reward:		PP Up
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 37
Location:	Purchase at Realgam Tower
Reward:		PP Up
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 38
Location:	Pyrite Town (ONBS Headquarters)
Reward:		Max Ether
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 39
Location:	Purchase at Realgam Tower
Reward:		Max Ether
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 40
Location:	Pyrite Town
Reward:		Rare Candy
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 41
Location:	Purchase at Realgam Tower
Reward:		Rare Candy
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 42
Location:	Cipher Lab
Reward:		Full Restore
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 43
Location:	Purchase at Realgam Tower
Reward:		Full Restore
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 44
Location:	Phenac City (Phenac Stadium)
Reward:		Salac Berry
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 45
Location:	Purchase at Realgam Tower
Reward:		Salac Berry
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 46
Location:	Citadark Isle
Reward:		Sacred Ash
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 47
Location:	Cipher Key Lair
Reward:		Max Revive
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 48
Location:	Purchase at Realgam Tower
Reward:		Max Revive
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 49
Location:	Kaminko's House
Reward:		TM11
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Name:		Battle CD 50
Location:	Kaminko's House
Reward:		TM18
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

===============================================================================
			8.03 - LIST OF TMs
===============================================================================

There are a total of 44 Gen III TMs in this game.  The remaining six (TMs 07,
21, 28, 37, 43 and 46) must be traded in from a GBA game.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number:		TM01
Name:		Focus Punch
Type:		Fighting
Power:		150
Accuracy:	100
PP:		20
Location:	Clear Battle CD 21 at Realgam Tower.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number:		TM02
Name:		Dragon Claw
Type:		Dragon
Power:		80
Accuracy:	100
PP:		15
Location:	Win Round 7 of the Orre Colosseum.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number:		TM03
Name:		Water Pulse
Type:		Water
Power:		60
Accuracy:	100
PP:		20
Location:	Win Area 2 of Mt. Battle.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number:		TM04
Name:		Calm Mind
Type:		Psychic
Power:		------
Accuracy:	------
PP:		20
Location:	Win Area 7 of Mt. Battle.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number:		TM05
Name:		Roar
Type:		Normal
Power:		------
Accuracy:	100
PP:		20
Location:	Win Round 4 of the Pyrite Colosseum.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number:		TM06
Name:		Toxic
Type:		Poison
Power:		------
Accuracy:	85
PP:		10
Location:	Win Round 1 of the Orre Colosseum.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number:		TM08
Name:		Bulk Up
Type:		Fighting
Power:		------
Accuracy:	------
PP:		20
Location:	Win Area 8 of Mt. Battle.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number:		TM09
Name:		Bullet Seed
Type:		Grass
Power:		10
Accuracy:	100
PP:		30
Location:	Recieve from Eagun's wife Beluh.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number:		TM10
Name:		Hidden Power
Type:		Normal
Power:		------
Accuracy:	100
PP:		15
Location:	Purchase at Realgam Tower.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number:		TM11
Name:		Sunny Day
Type:		Fire
Power:		------
Accuracy:	------
PP:		5
Location:	Clear Battle CD49 at Realgam Tower.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number:		TM12
Name:		Taunt
Type:		Dark
Power:		------
Accuracy:	100
PP:		20
Location:	Win Round 2 of the Pyrite Colosseum.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number:		TM13
Name:		Ice Beam
Type:		Ice
Power:		95
Accuracy:	100
PP:		10
Location:	Phenac City
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number:		TM14
Name:		Blizzard
Type:		Ice
Power:		120
Accuracy:	70
PP:		5
Location:	Purchase at Realgam Tower.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number:		TM15
Name:		Hyper Beam
Type:		Normal
Power:		150
Accuracy:	90
PP:		5
Location:	Purchase at Realgam Tower.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number:		TM16
Name:		Light Screen
Type:		Psychic
Power:		------
Accuracy:	------
PP:		30
Location:	Purchase at Realgam Tower.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number:		TM17
Name:		Protect
Type:		Normal
Power:		------
Accuracy:	------
PP:		10
Location:	Purchase at Realgam Tower.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number:		TM19
Name:		Giga Drain
Type:		Grass
Power:		60
Accuracy:	100
PP:		5
Location:	Win Round 2 of the Realgam Colosseum.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number:		TM20
Name:		Safeguard
Type:		Normal
Power:		------
Accuracy:	------
PP:		25
Location:	Purchase at Realgam Tower.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number:		TM22
Name:		Solarbeam
Type:		Grass
Power:		120
Accuracy:	100
PP:		10
Location:	Win Round 4 of the Realgam Colosseum.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number:		TM23
Name:		Iron Tail
Type:		Steel
Power:		100
Accuracy:	75
PP:		15
Location:	Win Round 3 of the Realgam Colossum.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number:		TM24
Name:		Thunderbolt
Type:		Electric
Power:		95
Accuracy:	100
PP:		15
Location:	Cipher Key Lair
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number:		TM25
Name:		Thunder
Type:		Electric
Power:		120
Accuracy:	70
PP:		10
Location:	Purchase at Realgam Tower.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number:		TM26
Name:		Earthquake
Type:		Ground
Power:		100
Accuracy:	100
PP:		10
Location:	Cipher Key Lair
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number:		TM27
Name:		Return
Type:		Normal
Power:		------
Accuracy:	100
PP:		20
Location:	Win Round 2 of the Orre Colosseum.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number:		TM29
Name:		Psychic
Type:		Psychic
Power:		90
Accuracy:	100
PP:		10
Location:	Snagem Hideout
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number:		TM30
Name:		Shadow Ball
Type:		Ghost
Power:		80
Accuracy:	100
PP:		15
Location:	Snagem Hideout
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number:		TM31
Name:		Brick Break
Type:		Fighting
Power:		75
Accuracy:	100
PP:		15
Location:	Win Round 1 of the Pyrite Colosseum.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number:		TM32
Name:		Double Team
Type:		Normal
Power:		------
Accuracy:	------
PP:		15
Location:	Recieve from Pre-Gym Justy in Phenac City.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number:		TM33
Name:		Reflect
Type:		Normal
Power:		------
Accuracy:	------
PP:		20
Location:	Purchase at Realgam Tower.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number:		TM34
Name:		Shock Wave
Type:		Electric
Power:		60
Accuracy:	------
PP:		20
Location:	Win Area 3 of Mt. Battle.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number:		TM35
Name:		Flamethrower
Type:		Fire
Power:		95
Accuracy:	100
PP:		15
Location:	S.S. Libra
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number:		TM36
Name:		Sludge Bomb
Type:		Poison
Power:		90
Accuracy:	100
PP:		10
Location:	Win Round 4 of the Orre Colosseum.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number:		TM38
Name:		Fire Blast
Type:		Fire
Power:		120
Accuracy:	85
PP:		5
Location:	Purchase at Realgam Tower.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number:		TM39
Name:		Rock Tomb
Type:		Rock
Power:		50
Accuracy:	80
PP:		10
Location:	Win Area 5 of Mt. Battle.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number:		TM40
Name:		Aerial Ace
Type:		Flying
Power:		60
Accuracy:	------
PP:		20
Location:	Win Area 9 of Mt. Battle.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number:		TM41
Name:		Torment
Type:		Dark
Power:		------
Accuracy:	100
PP:		15
Location:	Win Round 3 of the Pyrite Colosseum.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number:		TM42
Name:		Facade
Type:		Normal
Power:		70
Accuracy:	100
PP:		20
Location:  	Win Area 4 of Mt. Battle.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number:		TM44
Name:		Rest
Type:		Psychic
Power:		------
Accuracy:	------
PP:		10
Location:	Win Round 5 of the Orre Colosseum.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number:		TM45
Name:		Attract
Type:		Normal
Power:		------
Accuracy:	100
PP:		15
Location:	Gateon Port
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number:		TM47
Name:		Steel Wing
Type:		Steel
Power:		70
Accuracy:	90
PP:		25
Location:	Win Round 6 of the Orre Colosseum.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number:		TM48
Name:		Skill Swap
Type:		Psychic
Power:		------
Accuracy:	100
PP:		10
Location:	Win Round 3 of the Orre Colosseum.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number:		TM49
Name:		Snatch
Type:		Dark
Power:		------
Accuracy:	100
PP:		10
Location:	Win Round 1 of the Realgam Colosseum.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Number:		TM50
Name:		Overheat
Type:		Fire
Power:		140
Accuracy:	90
PP:		5
Location:	Win Area 6 of Mt. Battle.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

===============================================================================
			8.03 - SHOPS
===============================================================================

'*' means becomes available as you progress through the game

GATEON PORT SHOP (First Floor)
 ____________________________
| Item		| Price	     |
+----------------------------+
| Poke Ball*	| $200	     |
| Great Ball*	| $600	     |
| Ultra Ball*	| $1200      |
| Potion	| $300	     |
| Super Potion*	| $700       |
| Hyper Potion*	| $1200      |
| Max Potion*	| $2500      |
| Full Restore*	| $3000      |
| Antidote	| $100       |
| Burn Heal	| $250       |
| Ice Heal	| $250       |
| Awakening	| $250       |
| Paralyz Heal	| $200       |
| Full Heal*	| $600       |
| Revive*	| $1500      |
| Poke Snack*	| $300       |
+----------------------------+

GATEON PORT SHOP (Second Floor)*
 ____________________________
| Item		| Price	     |
+----------------------------+
| Energypowder	| $500	     |
| Energy Root	| $800       |
| Heal Powder	| $450       |
| Revival Herb	| $2800      |
+----------------------------+

AGATE VILLAGE POKE MART
 ____________________________
| Item		| Price	     |
+----------------------------+
| Poke Ball*	| $300	     |
| Great Ball*	| $600       |
| Potion	| $300	     |
| Super Potion	| $700	     |
| Antidote	| $100       |
| Burn Heal	| $250       |
| Ice Heal	| $250       |
| Awakening	| $250       |
| Paralyz Heal	| $200	     |
| Joy Scent	| $600       |
| Excite Scent	| $800       |
| Vivid Scent	| $1200      |
| Poke Snack*   | $300       |
+----------------------------+

MT. BATTLE COUPON EXCHANGE
 ____________________________
| Item		| Coupons    |
+----------------------------+
| TM29		| 3500       |
| TM13		| 4000       |
| TM24		| 4000       |
| TM35		| 4000       |
| TM30		| 4500       |
| Mental Herb	| 6000       |
| White Herb	| 6000       |
| Quick Claw	| 8000       |
| Focus Band	| 8000       |
| Bright Powder	| 8000       |
| King's Rock	| 8000       |
| Scope Lens	| 8000       |
| Choice Band	| 8000       |
| Shell Bell	| 8000       |
| Ganlon Berry	| 15000      |
| Salac Berry	| 15000      |
| Petaya Berry	| 15000      |
| Apicot Berry	| 15000      |
+----------------------------+

PYRITE TOWN POKE MART
 ____________________________
| Item		| Price	     |
+----------------------------+
| Poke Ball     | $200	     |
| Great Ball*   | $700       |
| Super Potion	| $700       |
| Full Heal	| $600       |
| Revive	| $1500      |
| Guard Spec	| $700       |
| Dire Hit	| $650       |
| X Attack	| $500       |
| X Defend	| $550       |
| X Speed	| $350       |
| X Accuracy	| $950       |
| X Special	| $350       |
| Poke Snack*	| $300	     |
+----------------------------+

PYRITE TOWN VENDING MACHINE
 ____________________________
| Item		| Price	     |
+----------------------------+
| Fresh Water	| $200       |
| Soda Pop	| $300       |
| Lemonade	| $350       |
| Moomoo Milk	| $500       |
+----------------------------+

REALGAM TOWER POKE MART
 ____________________________
| Item		| Price	     |
+----------------------------+
| Hyper Potion	| $1200      |
| Full Heal	| $600       |
| Revive	| $1500      |
| TM10		| $3000      |
| TM14		| $5500      |
| TM15		| $7500      |
| TM16		| $3000      |
| TM17		| $3000      |
| TM20		| $3000      |
| TM25		| $5500      |
| TM33		| $3000      |
| TM38		| $5500      |
| Poke Snack*	| $300	     |
+----------------------------+

BATTLE SIM SHOP
 ____________________________
| Item		| Price	     |
+----------------------------+
| Battle CD 02	| $1000      |
| Battle CD 03	| $1000      |
| Battle CD 04	| $1000      |
| Battle CD 09	| $1000      |
| Battle CD 13	| $1000      |
| Battle CD 17	| $1000      |
| Battle CD 25	| $1000      |
| Battle CD 26	| $1000      |
| Battle CD 30	| $1000      |
+----------------------------+

PHENAC CITY POKE MART (First Floor)
 ____________________________
| Item		| Price	     |
+----------------------------+
| Poke Ball	| $200	     |
| Great Ball*	| $600	     |
| Ultra Ball*	| $1200	     |
| Super Potion	| $700	     |
| Hyper Potion	| $1200	     |
| Antidote	| $100	     |
| Burn Heal	| $250	     |
| Ice Heal	| $250       |
| Awakening	| $250	     |
| Paralyz Heal	| $200       |
| Full Heal	| $600	     |
| Revive	| $1500	     |
| Poke Snack*	| $300	     |
+----------------------------+

PHENAC CITY POKE MART (Second Floor)
 ____________________________
| Item		| Price	     |
+----------------------------+
| HP Up		| $9800	     |
| Protein	| $9800	     |
| Iron		| $9800	     |
| Carbos	| $9800	     |
| Calcium	| $9800	     |
| Zinc		| $9800	     |
+----------------------------+

OUTSKIRT STAND SHOP
 ____________________________
| Item		| Price	     |
+----------------------------+
| Ultra Ball	| $1200      |
| Net Ball	| $1000      |
| Timer Ball	| $1000      |
| Super Potion	| $1000      |
| Hyper Potion	| $1000      |
| Full Heal	| $600       |
| Revive	| $1500      |
| Poke Snack*	| $300       |
+----------------------------+



###############################################################################
9.  PURIFY CHAMBER
###############################################################################

The Purify Chamber is a facility in which Shadow Pokemon undergoes Purification
through contact with Regular Pokemon.  In total, there are 9 Sets in the Purify
Chamber.  One Shadow Pokemon can be placed in the centre of each Set.  The
Shadow Pokemon is referred to as the Vistor.  Up to four Regular Pokemon can be
placed around the Vistor.  Depending on the number and kinds of Regular
Pokemon, and how they are positioned, the pace of Purification will be
affected.

Stand on the circular plate in the centre of the room, then press the A Button
to display the hologram.  To view the hologram of another Set, select the Set
number using the L or R Buttons, then select "Switch".  You may also edit a
Set directly from its hologram.  Select the number of the Set to be edited,
then select "Edit."

Unlike the Relic Stone in Agate Village, multiple Shadow Pokemon can be
purified at once and purification can be done without needing them in your
party.  When a Shadow Pokemon is purified in Purify Chamber, it is transferred
to your PC.

The type matchups among the regular Pokemon surrounding the Shadow Pokemon
determine the "Tempo" of that Set.  A Set with high Tempo is the key to
Purifying Shadow Pokemon efficiently.  To make a Set with good Tempo, the
important thing is to place as many regular Pokemon as possible.  As mentioned,
type matchups among the regular Pokemon are also important.  The regular
Pokemon should form a ring in which each Pokemon has a type advantage to the
one next to it in one direction.

The speed at which a Shadow Pokemon is Purified is referred to as a "Flow."
In order to heighten Flow, it's necessary to boost the Tempo of the Set.  The
direction in which the Visitor in the centre is facing is also important.  For
the best Flow, the Shadow Pokemon should be facing a regular Pokemon type
against which its attacks would be "super effective."  For example, a Shadow
Voltorb should be facing a Water/Flying Pokemon. Oddly enough, Normal is
treated as strong against itself in the Purify Chamber, so it's possible to
achieve a Max Tempo/Flow with just Normal-type Pokemon.

When there are four Regular Pokemon surrounding the Shadow Pokemon, their type
matchups affect Purification.  If all four Regular Pokemon are of advantageous
types, the Set's Purification Tempo is boosted to the top speed.  When the
Set's top speed is reached, it is called a "Best Circle."  If more than one
Set reaches the Best Circle status, there appears to be an added bonus.  The
Purification speed surpasses calculated scores.  This is the key to Purifying
Shadow Lugia.

Although Cipher claims that Shadow Lugia can't be Purified, you can do this.
If you have a Maximum Tempo on every Set in the Purify Chamber, place Shadow
Lugia in one of the Sets.  You'll say "Something's different about the Lugia!
Maybe...".  You now have the opportunity to Purify this Lugia.  Unlike other
Shadow Pokemon, it is Purified instantly without having to go through the
stages of Purification.

The Purification time is determined by the number of steps you take in the
various locations of the World Map.  You can turn the Control Stick anti/
clockwise repeatedly to speed up the process.  The outside of Cipher Key Lair
and S.S. Libra are examples of good locations to do this.  Examples of
Maximum Tempo/Flow Sets are listed below, though some use Pokemon that I
traded in from a GBA game.

Maximum Tempo Sets
------------------
Wooper > Houndoom > Ledyba > Hoppip
(Water/Ground > Dark/Fire > Bug/Flying > Grass/Flying)

Surskit > Sandshrew > Ampharos > Hoppip
(Bug/Water > Ground > Electric > Grass/Flying)

Seedot > Sandshrew > Elekid > Lapras
(Grass > Ground > Electric > Water/Ice)

Hoppip > Hoppip > Hoppip > Hoppip
(Grass/Flying > Grass/Flying > Grass/Flying > Grass/Flying)

Hoppip > Phanpy > Aron > Vulpix
(Grass/Flying > Ground > Steel/Rock > Fire)

Pikachu > Skarmory > Hoppip > Onix
(Electric > Steel/Flying > Grass/Flying > Rock/Ground)

Spheal > Phanpy > Numel > Shroomish
(Water/Ice > Ground > Fire/Ground > Grass)

Articuno > Moltres > Exeggutor > Makuhita
(Ice/Flying > Fire/Flying > Grass/Psychic > Fighting)

Plusle > Skarmory > Tropius > Golem
(Electric > Steel/Flying > Grass/Flying > Rock/Ground)

Hariyama > Houndoom > Ralts > Golbat
(Fighting > Dark/Fire > Psychic > Poison/Flying)

Seedot > Surskit > Baltoy > Gulpin
(Grass > Bug/Water > Ground/Psychic > Poison)

Vulpix > Ledyba > Hoppip > Carvanha
(Fire > Bug/Flying > Grass/Flying > Dark/Water)

Numel > Zubat > Hoppip > Gligar
(Fire/Ground > Poison/Flying > Grass/Flying > Ground/Flying)

Phanpy > Ampharos > Zubat > Paras
(Ground > Electric > Poison/Flying > Bug/Grass)

Swinub > Gligar > Mawile > Aron
(Ice/Ground > Ground/Flying > Steel > Steel/Rock)

Surskit > Hoppip > Aron > Natu
(Bug/Water > Grass/Flying > Steel/Rock > Psychic/Flying)

Spinarak > Roselia > Seel > Sandshrew
(Bug/Poison > Grass/Poison > Water > Ground)

Solrock > Growlithe > Weepinbell > Trapinch
(Rock/Psychic > Fire> Grass/Poison > Ground)

Maximum Tempo + Flow Sets
-------------------------
Wooper > Houndoom > Ledyba > Chikorita
(Water/Ground > Dark/Fire > Bug/Flying > Grass)

Surskit > Sandshrew > Ampharos > Hoppip
(Bug/Water > Ground > Electric > Grass/Flying)

Seedot > Sandshrew > Elekid > Lapras
(Grass > Ground > Electric > Water/Ice)

Hoppip > Wooper > Electabuzz > Snorunt
(Grass/Flying > Water/Ground > Electric > Ice)

Hoppip > Phanpy > Mawile > Vulpix
(Grass/Flying > Ground > Steel > Fire)

Pikachu > Skarmory > Paras > Onix
(Electric > Steel/Flying > Bug/Grass > Rock/Ground)

Spheal > Phanpy > Cyndaquil > Shroomish
(Water/Ice > Ground > Fire > Grass)

Articuno > Growlithe > Exeggutor > Makuhita
(Ice/Flying > Fire > Grass/Psychic > Fighting)

Plusle > Skarmory > Weepinbell > Golem
(Electric > Steel/Flying > Grass/Poison > Rock/Ground)

The Purify Chamber can be accessed via PC or at the HQ Lab; the main difference
is that the HQ Lab includes a holographic display of the Pokémon stored in the
chamber, and the final purification step can only be performed directly at the
HQ Lab.

Source: https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Purify_Chamber

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10. RE-MATCH TRAINERS
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There are a lot of Re-Match Trainers in this game.  You can challenge them
unlimited times, but you must leave the place they're in first before they can
be re-battled.  Their final teams and locations after defeating the Final Boss
are listed below.  You can battle most of these Trainers before you beat the
Final Boss, but they will have much weaker Pokemon than what is shown here.

Greevil is listed here as well, since once you Snag all his Shadow Pokemon, he
will have a permanent party of Regular Pokemon from then on (his dialogue
remains the same, though).

GATEON PORT
-----------
*Chaser Laken: L50 Altaria, L50 Milotic, L50 Pelipper

AGATE VILLAGE
-------------
*Matron Belish: L50 Mightyena, L50 Ninjask, L50 Shedinja
*Bodybuilder Dosk: L50 Hitmontop, L50 Muk, L50 Crobat
*Fun Old Man Clerr: L50 Vileplume, L50 Machamp
*Rider Habon: L50 Dustox, L50 Beautifly

CIPHER LAB
----------
*Cipher Peon Resix: L50 Magcargo, L50 Camerupt
*Cipher Peon Greesix: L50 Forretress, L50 Vileplume, L50 Cacturne, L50 Breloom,
 L50 Lombre
*Cipher Peon Purpsix: L50 Weezing, L50 Muk, L50 Tentacruel, L50 Golbat
*Cipher Peon Yellosix: L50 Manectric, L50 Lanturn, L50 Magneton
*Cipher Peon Browsix: L50 Noctowl, L50 Slaking
*Cipher Peon Blusix: L50 Kingdra, L50 Seaking, L50 Metagross

PYRITE TOWN
-----------
*Rogue Cail: L50 Gardevoir, L50 Granbull, L50 Shiftry, L50 Houndoom
*Hunter Raling: L50 Linoone, L50 Explaud, L50 Aipom, L50 Dunsparce
*Chaser Labet: L50 Piloswine, L50 Salamence, L50 Murkrow, L50 Clamperl
*Chaser Finol: L50 Banette, L50 Ledian, L50 Octillery, L50 Togetic
*Rider Dert: L50 Magcargo, L50 Xatu, L50 Vileplume
*Bodybuilder Doby: L50 Machamp, L50 Tentacruel

PHENAC CITY
-----------
*Fun Old Man Eroll: L50 Noctowl, L50 Furret, L50 Crobat

OUTSKIRT STAND
--------------
*Rider Willie: L50 Linoone x4

CITADARK ISLE
-------------
*Grand Master Greevil: L50 Manectric, L50 Swellow, L50 Starmie, L50 Granbull,
 L50 Altaria, L50 Aerodactyl


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11. Mt. Battle
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Mt. Battle is a place of training.  It is divided into ten Areas, each with ten
Zones.  In other words, there are one hundred Zones in total.  Challengers
must battle through these Zones one by one.  On completing each Area, the
challenger is rewarded with Poke Coupons.  Between each Area is a Break Room.
There is a PC there for your free use.  Your Pokemon are healed between
battles.

If you want to return to the reception counter, just approach the Abra for a
free Teleport.  When you first arrive at Mt. Battle, you'll be qualified to
enter Areas 1 through 3.  To enter Area 4 or higher, you must complete the
first three Areas.  Once you clear Area 4 or higher, you may make a challenge
in the next Area or enter any of the cleared Areas.

If you complete an Area, you will earn Poke Coupons.  Check the Mt. Battle
Coupon Chart for information on the number of Poke Coupons you can obtain in
each Area.  If you use Legendary Pokemon, such as Lugia and Ho-Oh, the number
of Poke Coupons will be reduced.  With the exception of Areas 1 and 10, you'll
earn a TM for completing the Areas as well.  You can only obtain these TMs once.
After completing Areas 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 , 7, 8, and 9, you'll recieve TM03 (Water
Pulse), TM34 (Shock Wave), TM42 (Facade), TM39 (Rock Tomb), TM50 (Overheat),
TM04 (Calm Mind), TM08 (Bulk Up), and TM40 (Aerial Ace) respectively.  You'll
recieve the Macho Brace for completing Area 1.

The following charts show what you can purchase at the Coupon Exchange and how
many Poke Coupons you can obtain in each Area (Note: The amount of coupons
rewarded is reduced by 15% for every Legendary Pokemon in your party).

Source: https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Mt._Battle

MT. BATTLE COUPON EXCHANGE
 ____________________________
| Item		| Coupons    |
+----------------------------+
| TM29		| 3500       |
| TM13		| 4000       |
| TM24		| 4000       |
| TM35		| 4000       |
| TM30		| 4500       |
| Mental Herb	| 6000       |
| White Herb	| 6000       |
| Quick Claw	| 8000       |
| Focus Band	| 8000       |
| Bright Powder	| 8000       |
| King's Rock	| 8000       |
| Scope Lens	| 8000       |
| Choice Band	| 8000       |
| Shell Bell	| 8000       |
| Ganlon Berry	| 15000      |
| Salac Berry	| 15000      |
| Petaya Berry	| 15000      |
| Apicot Berry	| 15000      |
+----------------------------+

MT. BATTLE COUPON CHART
 ____________________________
| Area		| Coupons    |
+----------------------------+
| 1		| 200	     |
| 2		| 300	     |
| 3		| 600        |
| 4		| 700        |
| 5		| 1000       |
| 6		| 1200       |
| 7		| 1500       |
| 8		| 1600       |
| 9		| 1700       |
| 10		| 2000	     |
+----------------------------+

If you can complete the Mt. Battle 100-Trainer Challenge, Master Battlus will
ask you to choose one of the 3 Johto region starter Pokemon (Level 5 Chikorita,
Cyndaquil or Totodile) as your prize.  To get the other two, you must beat the
100-Trainer Challenge again two more times.  You can only acquire each starter
once.  They will have the Elemental Hyper Beam attacks - Frenzy Plant, Blast
Burn, and Hydro Cannon - when you obtain them.  If there isn't an empty slot in
your party, they will be sent to your PC.  In addition to getting one of the
Gold/Silver/Crystal starters, your party of Pokemon will each recieve a Ribbon
for completing the 100-Trainer Challenge.  You must make a new challenge at Mt.
Battle and beat it WITHOUT changing your party of Pokemon, using the PC
or leaving an Area at any time.  You can save your game after a battle and
continue where you left off.  You can also change the order of your party.

Level 60+ Pokemon should be strong enough to win the 100-Trainer Challenge,
as they'll likely have gained 5-10 levels by the time you reach the last few
Areas.

Check swordsmanguy123's Mt. Battle FAQ for more information.

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12. Frequently Asked Questions
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Q: Can I trade Pokemon with Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald/FireRed/LeafGreen?
A: Yes.  You must beat the Final Boss first, though.  In addition, Emerald
   players must obtain the National Pokedex, FireRed/LeafGreen players need to
   have completed the Pokemon Network Centre's Network Machine on One Island,
   and Ruby/Sapphire players need to have entered the Hall of Fame.  You can
   then go to the basement of Phenac City's Pokemon Centre and start trading
   there.  You must have saved your GBA game at a Pokemon Centre prior to doing
   this.

Q: How do I Purify Shadow Lugia?
A: You must have a Maximum Tempo on every Set in the Purify Chamber.  Check the
   Purify Chamber section for more information.  When you have done this, place
   Shadow Lugia in one of the Sets.  You'll say "Something's different about
   the Lugia! Maybe...".  You will now have the opportunity to Purify it.
   This can only be done at the Pokemon HQ.

Q: How do I trigger the Lucky Egg Side Quest?
A: You must beat the Final Boss AND win Round 1 of the Orre Colosseum.  Check
   the Misc. Stuff section for more information.

Q: Can I Snag any Shadow Pokemon that I missed?
A: Yes.  You have unlimited chances to Snag all Shadow Pokemon.  If you knocked
   out Shadow Pokemon and "[name of Shadow Pokemon] fled somewhere...," you can
   Snag it from Wanderer Miror B.  See the Misc. Stuff section for more
   information.

   If you missed Snagging any Shadow Pokemon from Wanderer Miror B., you can
   challenge him again.  If the particular Shadow Pokemon didn't run away
   somewhere, you can challenge the Shadow Pokemon Trainers unlimited times to
   Snag them.  They'll still have their Shadow Pokemon in their teams.
   Bodybuilder Kilen of Gateon Port, the Hexagon Brothers of Cipher Lab, and
   Grand Master Greevil of Citadark Isle are examples.

Q: How do I get the Johto region starter Pokemon?
A: If you can complete the Mt. Battle 100-Trainer Challenge, Master Battlus
   will ask you to choose one of the 3 Johto region starter Pokemon (Level 5
   Chikorita, Cyndaquil or Totodile) as your prize.  To get the other two, you
   must beat the 100-Trainer Challenge again two more times.  You can only
   acquire each starter once.  They will have the Elemental Hyper Beam attacks
   - Frenzy Plant, Blast Burn, and Hydro Cannon - when you obtain them.  If
   there isn't an empty slot in your party, they will be sent to your PC.  You
   must make a new challenge at Mt. Battle and beat it WITHOUT changing your
   party of Pokemon, using the PC or leaving an Area at anytime.  You
   can save your game after a battle and continue where you left off.  You can
   also change the order of your party.

Q: Is the unlimited Poke Ball trick in this game?
A: No.

Q: Will Pokemon, such as Kadabra and Haunter, evolve if they are traded from or
   to this game?
A: Yes.

Q: When can I get the Master Ball?
A: Before heading for Citadark Isle, you'll recieve an e-mail from Professor
   Krane.  Go to the Pokemon HQ, and he'll lead you to a secret room containing
   the Master Ball.

Q: When can I Snag the Shadow Dragonite from Wanderer Miror B.?
A: After you've acquired 82 Shadow Pokemon, you'll be able to Snag it from Miror
   B. at Gateon Port in the Lighthouse.  See the Misc. Stuff section for more
   information.

Q: Where can I find Bonsly?
A: After seeing it on the S.S. Libra, Bonsly will appear randomly at Poke Spots.
   If you go up to it slowly, you'll be able to capture it and return it to its
   owner.  You'll recieve the Bonsly Card as a reward.  This card allows you to
   use Bonsly in Battle Bingo.  Note that you can't keep it after a game ends,
   since you can't keep Pokemon you get in Battle Bingo.  In addition, Bonsly
   originates from the Sinnoh region and the GBA games lack that region's
   Pokedex.

Q: Where can I find Munchlax?
A: Munchlax will appear randomly at Poke Spots, eating your Poke Snacks.  Its
   owner (a herbalist who owns a shop on the second floor of the Gateon Poke
   Mart) will give you 10 Poke Snacks and a random herbal medicine from her
   shop in compensation.  You can't keep Munchlax, as it originates from the
   Sinnoh region and the GBA games lack that region's Pokedex.  You can now buy
   herbal medicines from the herbalist (her Munchlax was blocking the way
   previously).

Q: Where is the Happiness Rater in this game?
A: Gateon Port in the Krabby Club (upstairs).  He's the sailor who let you have
   an Eeveelution Item near the start of the game.

Q: Where is the Name Rater in this game?
A: Agate Village in the Pokemon Day Care.

Q: Can I breed Pokemon in this game?
A: No.  The Day Care in Agate Village allows you to leave only one Pokemon
   there, so it's not possible to breed Pokemon in this game.

Q: Can I trade with Pokemon Red/Blue/Yellow/Gold/Silver/Crystal?
A: No.  This game is ONLY compatible with Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald/FireRed/
   LeafGreen.

Q: Will traded Pokemon disobey me in this game?
A: No.  Since there are no Gym Badges in this game, traded Pokemon will always
   obey you.  For example, if you trade a Wooper for Duking's Larvitar, the
   traded Pokemon will obey you.  This is probably why you can't trade with
   GBA players until you complete the game, since you could trade over Level
   100 Pokemon to breeze through it.

Q: Can [name of Pokemon] be caught in this game?
A: Check the List of Pokemon section.  If [name of Pokemon] isn't listed, you
   can't acquire it in this game.

Q: What learnset format does this game follow?
A: Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald format.

Q: How many Pokemon can I obtain in this game?
A: You can obtain 1 Eevee, 83 Shadow Pokemon, 9 wild Pokemon, 4 traded Pokemon,
   and 3 Gold/Silver/Crystal starter Pokemon.  In other words, you can obtain
   exactly 100 Pokemon.  You can't have all 100 at once though, since you must
   trade Hordel's Purified Togepi for his Elekid, so you really can only
   obtain 99 Pokemon, not counting multiple copies of wild ones.

Q: Does Shadow Lugia lose its awesome colour when it is Purified?
A: Yes.

Q: Do I get anything for Purifying the 83 Shadow Pokemon?
A: Yes.  There will be an extra scene before the credits if you defeat Greevil
   again.  The extra scene shows your character leaving the Snag Machine in the
   Pokemon HQ Lab as a sign of completing the objective of purifying all the
   Shadow Pokemon.

Q: Team Snagem Jedo's Typhlosion knew Thunderpunch in the Orre Colosseum.
   Typhlosion can't learn it.  Why?
A: XD was made at around the same time as Emerald.  A lot of Pokemon can now
   learn Thunderpunch and/or Elemental Punches in Gen III, as there's a Move
   Tutor in Emerald's Battle Frontier that can teach them.

Q: Can I trade Pokemon to Colosseum?
A: Not directly.  You must trade them to a GBA game first and then trade them
   to Colosseum.  The locations that you caught your Pokemon at may be wrong,
   though.  There is data for every specific area in Orre.  If you catch a
   Pokemon in XD, it'll have the specific data, but if you trade it to
   Colosseum, it may change whatever area it was caught in to one present in
   Colosseum, since Colosseum has a list of some areas from XD.  I think XD
   reused some programming of areas in Colosseum.  Since the only way Colosseum
   knows where the Pokemon came from is from its programming, the game assumes
   one of these areas because that's the information it was programmed to give.
   This explains why an XD-caught Lugia's home location is changed to "Mt.
   Battle (met)" when traded to Colosseum.

Q: I'm stuck in Gateon Port near the start of the game.  Where is the exit?
A: This problem happened to me the first time I played the game, too.  Go left
   a bit from the Pokemon Centre until you see some steps to the south.  Walk
   up them and head past the 'Welcome' sign to end up back on the Orre Region
   map.

Q: What Ribbons can I obtain in this game?
A: You can obtain Ribbons for Purifying Shadow Pokemon or completing the Mt.
   Battle 100-Trainer Challenge.

Q: Do Ribbons have any purpose in this game?
A: No.  They're only for proofing that you Purified Shadow Pokemon or completed
   the Mt. Battle 100-Trainer Challenge.

Q: Can I transfer Pokemon to Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald/FireRed/LeafGreen?
A: No.  You can only trade them.  If you want to transfer Pokemon, you'll have
   to get Pokemon Box: Ruby and Sapphire.  Despite its subtitle, the game is
   compatible with all core Gen III games.

Q: In her diary, Jovi mentions that the Pokemon HQ Lab has a secret room
   somewhere.  Where is it?
A: The secret room is the same room where the Master Ball is.  If you go to the
   Pokemon HQ after destroying the Cipher Key Lair, Prof. Krane will open the
   entrance to the secret room.

Q: Can Shadow Pokemon be Shiny in this game?
A: No.  However, the starter Eevee, Mt. Battle Johto starter Pokemon, and Poke
   Spot Pokemon can be Shiny.

   Source: http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Shiny_Pok%C3%A9mon

Q: Can [name of Item] be found in this game?
A: Check the List of Items section.  If [name of Item] is listed in the
   section, you can find it in this game.

Q: If my Spot Monitor detects a Pokemon, can I re-load my last save to detect a
   different Pokemon instead?
A: Yes.

Q: How can I raise a Pokemon's happiness?
A: The easiest way in this game is to do the following actions:
   *Use Cologne Scents on it.
   *Level it up.
   *Give it a Soothe Bell to hold.
   *Walk with it.
   *Battle with it.
   *Use vitamins on it.

Q: Can I keep Hordel's Purified Togepi and give him another Togepi instead?
A: No.  If you want to trade for Hordel's Elekid, you'll have to give HIS
   Togepi or Togetic back to him.  If you want to keep it, your best bet is to
   do so on a different save file or use Emerald cloning glitch to clone it.

Q: Can I play as a female character?
A: Not in Story Mode.  You can in Vs Mode if you play as a female character
   from a GBA game.

Q: I've done the requirements for my GBA game, but I still can't trade my Party
   Pokemon.  Why?
A: You can't trade Pokemon under the following circumstances:
   1) A Shadow Pokemon is in your party.
   2) A Pokemon is holding Mail or an Enigma Berry.
   3) After trading Party Pokemon, only fainted Pokemon and/or Eggs would be
      left in your party.

Q: How many memory blocks does this game use?
A: 43.

Q: Can I copy/move my save file?
A: No.  This is to prevent players from cloning their Pokemon.

Q: What's a Soul Dew?
A: Soul Dew raises the Special Attack and Special Defence of Latias/Latios.  In
   other words, it's a free Calm Mind.

Q: Can I trade a Sun/Moon Shard (via attaching it to my Pokemon) to Pokemon
   Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald/FireRed/LeafGreen?
A: No, as there is no data for the Sun/Moon Shard in the GBA games.  You can't
   trade Pokemon Colosseum's Time Flutes either for the same reason.

Q: If I evolve my Shroomish into a Breloom, will I be able to teach it Spore
   via talking to the Move Relearner?
A: No.  The Move Relearner can only teach moves that the current evolution
   could have learned via leveling up.

Q: How many save files?
A: 1 save file per memory card.

Q: Where can I get Berries?
A: In the northwestern side of Agate Village behind the Pokemon Day Care.  Go
   up the slope and you'll find an old man and his Taillow.  He gives you a
   Berry once per day.  The type of Berry he gives out is randomly selected
   from the first fifteen Berries obtainable in the Hoenn region.

   Source: https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Agate_Village

Q: My Shadow Monitor details the locations of a few Pokemon as "GONE".  Why?
A: You released or traded your Pokemon.  If you trade them back, their location
   will still be listed as "GONE", so you can't undo this description.  The
   Shadow Monitor details the locations of Pokemon in Boxes, but if you trade
   them, their location will be changed to "GONE" forever.

Q: How long does it take to complete the Mt. Battle 100-Trainer Challenge?
A: It depends on your choice of Pokemon.  Having a few Level 100 Pokemon in
   your party would be advantageous for knocking out enemy Pokemon more
   quickly and easily.  Also, since they won't be receiving EXP, the
   battles will be shorter.  If you do this, it should only take 3-4 hours to
   complete the Mt. Battle 100-Trainer Challenge.

Q: Can I battle with Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald/FireRed/LeafGreen players?
A: Yes.  Party Pokemon/Items must meet the rules and you mustn't have Shadow
   Pokemon, though.  In addition, the GBA player must obtain the Pokedex, save
   at a Pokemon Centre, have Party Pokemon/Items that meet the rules, mustn't
   have Pokemon Eggs in his/her party, and mustn't have Party Pokemon holding
   Mail or an Enigma Berry.

Q: Can I transfer Pokemon to Box?
A: Not directly.  They must first be traded to a GBA game and then transferred
   to Box.

Q: Can I play against a computer-controlled opponent in Vs Mode?
A: Yes.  You can do this in Quick Battle.

Q: When battling with four players, can I play a Single Battle?
A: No.

Q: Can I play Group Battle with three players?
A: No.

Q: Can I teach HMs to a Pokemon?
A: No, as they aren't obtainable in this game.  A few Shadow Pokemon can learn
   one of them upon purification, though (Starmie, for example).

Q: What's the Call option in the battle menu for?
A: Its main use is to bring a Shadow Pokemon back from Reverse Mode or wake a
   Pokemon from sleep.  It can also be used to pass a turn or raise the
   accuracy of a non-Shadow Pokemon who is not asleep.

Q: How many PC boxes are there?
A: 8.  They each hold a total of 30 Pokemon.

Q: What does the '+' next to an opponent's Shadow Pokemon's level mean?
A: A Shadow Pokemon's level depends on your own party's level.  The '+' means
   it may be at a higher level when snagged.

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13. Credits
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- Thanks to Genius Sonority for creating this game.

- Thanks to Nintendo for publishing this game.

- Thanks to me for writing this FAQ/Walkthrough.

- Thanks to you for reading this FAQ/Walkthrough.

- Thanks to jayman7 for posting questions in his FAQ Topic on the GameFAQs
  message board of Pokemon XD: Gale of Darkness.

- Thanks to Prima's Official Guide for facts about Trainers' Pokemon, Shadow
  Pokemon, Items, Colosseums, names of floors, etc.

- Thanks to Marriland for facts about Trainers' Pokemon.

- Thanks to Yeffej for facts about Trainers' Pokemon and Battle CD Solutions.

- Thanks to GameFAQs for the disclaimer and hosting this FAQ/Walkthrough.

- Thanks to the game's Instruction Manual for information regarding the Game
  Controls, the requirements for trading Pokemon, etc.

- Thanks to http://www.serebii.net/xd/pokemon-attacks.shtml for info regarding
  Special Moves.  It helped me find out which moves a Shadow Pokemon had were
  special.

- Thanks to Pokemon Master Guide for Hints and Tips.

- Thanks to jackglanders for saying that Gligar can be captured at the Rock
  Poke Spot.

- Thanks to swordsmanguy123 for facts about the Mt. Battle Trainers' Pokemon.

- Thanks to josher1212 for information regarding the Abilities of Pokemon.

- Thanks to shiningpikablu252 for saying that Togepi is in the No Eggs Group
  and that evolving Hordel's Togepi means that you won't get an Elekid with
  Cross Chop and the Elemental Punches.

- Thanks to kirby_cyclone for information regarding the Spot Monitor's signals.

- Thanks to Reptobismol for information regarding the Orre Colosseum's Round
  Strategies.  I did not use any part of his FAQ in mine word for word, but I
  used it as a reference tool.

- Thanks to TheMasked for information regarding Battle CD08's Solution.

- Thanks to Super Creatures for information regarding the number of Pokemon in
  this game.  He said that you can't have all 100 at once, since you must trade
  Hordel's Purified Togepi for his Elekid, so you really can only obtain 99
  Pokemon, not counting multiple copies of wild ones.

- Thanks to www.network-science.de/ascii for the ASCII art at the top of this
  FAQ/Walkthrough.

- Thanks to wootert for information regarding the Agate Day Care.  He said that
  if your Pokemon learns new moves at the Day Care, the top ones will be
  erased.

- Thanks to Bulbapedia for information about this game such as Purification,
  Shadow Pokemon and Poke Spots.

- Thanks to WhiscashLord for info regarding two trainers that I missed in
  Citadark Isle.

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14. Contact Information
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If you have any questions, comments or corrections regarding my walkthrough, I
can be contacted by sending me a Private Message on GameFAQs or posting a topic
on the GameFAQs message board of this game (I prefer not using an e-mail
address).  Contributions to this guide are appreciated.

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15. Copyright Information
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