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Side Quests

  1. Sky Pillar(catching Rayquaza)
  2. Safari Zone
  3. Battle Tower
  4. Fossils(catching Lileep or Anorith)
  5. Sealed Chamber(catching Regirock, Regice and Registeel)

Sky Pillar

Pacifidlog Town

This is the Side Quest to catch the Legendary Pokémon Rayquaza. It can not be done until after you defeat the Elite 4. First check to make sure you have the Mach Bike with you. You will need it. Go to Mauville City to switch bikes if you have the Acro Bike. To get to the Sky Pillar, first Fly to Pacifidlog Town. If you haven't been there yet, Surf there from Sootopolis City. When you get there, heal and make sure you have plenty of Ultra Balls, you may want some Repel also. Surf right from this town onto Route 131.

Route 131

Surf along the top side of this Route as you Surf Eastwards. You will come to a small hole in the wall, it can be difficult to spot. Surf upwards through the hole. You will see a cave opening. Enter it.

Sky Pillar- Cave

A very short cave. There are no wild Pokémon in here. Exit through the other side. Go up and you will see a large tower. Now entering the Sky Pillar.

Sky Pillar

You are currently on Floor 1. Go left, up and around. Go up the stairs to Floor 2. Now you need to get on your Mach Bike to run over the cracked floor. You need to be at least three spaces away to gain enough speed to run over the cracked floor. Also if you stop or hit a wall while on the cracked floor you will fall back down 1 floor. Changing directions will not cause you to fall through. Bike straight down, and hug the lower wall as you bike left. Next you have to zigzag a bit to avoid hitting the rocks as you bike upwards. Use the stairs to reach Floor 3. No cracked floor here. Just go down, right and around. Go up the stairs to Floor 4. Bike straight down but move to the right a bit. Remember that you need at least three spaces to accelerate fast enough to go over the cracked floor. Go straight down the middle, at the last second turn and go straight up. There will be four squares of cracked floor to the right of you. Fall down either of the middle two holes. You will fall down to Floor 3 in front of the blocked stairs. Go up the stairs to Floor 4. Go up the stairs on the left of you to go to Floor 5. No cracked floor here, once again just go down, right and around. Go up the stairs to reach the rooftop. Go up and you will see Rayquaza. It is a Lv70 Dragon/Flying Pokémon. It has the attacks Outrage, Fly, Extremespeed and Rest. Save your game in front of Rayquaza, like Kyogre/Groudon you only have ONE chance to catch it. If you fail, reset your game and try again. Afterwards you can Fly off the tower.

Safari Zone

Slateport City

Before we can enter the Safari Zone we need to get the Pokéblock Case. Fly to Slateport City. Enter the red building in the top left corner of town. Talk to the small girl to the left. She will give you a Pokéblock Case. Exit the building and Fly to Lilycove City.

Lilycove City

Exit left onto Route 121.

Route 121

Continue to the left past the blue fence area. You will reach some small steps. Go up and you will come to a building. Enter it. Welcome to the Safari Zone!

Safari Zone Entrance

Go up and then left. The person behind the counter will stop you. There is an entrance fee of 500. Choose the top option to say yes and you will pay the 500. The person will then give you 30 Safari Balls. You will then enter the Safari Zone.

Safari Zone

The Safari Zone is divided into 4 sections. Top Left, Top Right, Bottom Left and Bottom Right. You need the Acro Bick to access the Top Right section. You get there by hopping across the White Rails. The Mach Bicycle is needed to access the Top Left section. You need it to go up the Mud ramp.

Pokémon by location:

  • Oddish- Top Left, Top Right, Bottom Left, Bottom Right
  • Gloom- Top Left, Top Right, Bottom Left, Bottom Right
  • Doduo- Top Left, Bottom Left, Bottom Right
  • Dodrio- Top Left
  • Pikachu- Bottom Left, Bottom Right
  • Wobbuffet- Bottom Left, Bottom Right
  • Natu- Top Right, Bottom Left, Bottom Right
  • Xatu- Top Right
  • Girafarig- Bottom Left, Bottom Right
  • Phanpy- Top Right
  • Pinsir- Top Left
  • Heracross- Top Right
  • Rhyhorn- Top Left
  • Psyduck- Top Left(Surf), Bottom Left(Surf)
  • Golduck- Top Left(Surf)
  • Magikarp- Top Left/Top Right(Old Rod, Good Rod)
  • Goldeen- Top Left/Top Right(Old Rod, Good Rod, Super Rod)
  • Seaking- Top Left/Top Right(Super Rod)

After the time runs out or you run out of Safari Balls, you have to leave.

Battle Tower

Slateport City or Lilycove City

This Side Quest can not be done until after you defeat the Elite 4. Fly to either Slateport City or Lilycove City. Go to the ship port(top right in Slateport City, bottom left in Lilycove City). Talk to the green hair woman and choose the second option. Then choose the top option to confirm. You will shortly arrive at the Battle Tower.

Battle Tower

This location has now been added to you Fly list. It's marked by a Red Square when you use Fly. Go up and enter the large Tower. The Battle Tower is a place where you can battle your team of 3 Lv50 or Lv100 Pokémon against 7 CPU opponents who have similar restrictions. The battles here are much tougher then most of the other battles in the game. Kyogre, Groudon and Rekkuuza are banned. Jiraachi and Deokishisu are probably also banned. You can not use more then one Pokémon of the same species or have two Pokémon with the same Held Item. You can not use any items inside the Battle Tower. Your Pokémon are automatically returned to full health after every battle. If you manage to defeat all 7 trainers, you will get a cool item. To start a battle talk to the person in the middle. Choose the top option to the first question. Next choose which level you wish to compete in. Select the three Pokémon you wish to enter. Keep in mind, the first Pokémon you choose will be the starter for all 7 trainers. So choose a Pokémon that can handle many different situations. Choose the top option to confirm your choices. Choose the top option to the next three choices to save your game. You will then be taken to your first opponent. Good Luck.

Fossils

Lavaridge Town

This Side Quest can be done after you get the 4th Badge and the Go-Goggles. You will get either a Lileep or or Anorith from this Side Quest. Go to Lavaridge Town. Exit right onto Route 112 and continue going until you reach Route 111.

Route 111

Go up until you reach the desert. Enter the desert and head for the top right corner. You will see two fossils laying on the floor. The Fossil on the left is the Root Fossil and will eventually turn into Lileep. The Fossil on the right is the Claw Fossil and will eventually turn into Anorith. After you choose one, the other disappears. Now go to Rustboro City.

Rustboro City

Enter the large building in the top left corner of town. Go right and up the stairs to the second floor. Talk to the scientist in the lower right corner. Choose the top option to his question. Go downstairs. You need to have an open spot in your team to receive the Pokémon. So go back to the Pokémon Centre if you have to. Then go back upstairs and talk to the scientist again to get your new Fossil Pokémon.

Sealed Chamber

Pacfidlog Town

This is the Side Quest to catch the Legendary Pokémon Regirock, Regice and Reisteel. For this we need two Special Pokémon, a Relicanth and a Wailord. We also need a Pokémon that knows Dig. If you have them, withdrawl them from the PC. If not, we need to go catch them. To catch Relicanth, we need to go to Sootopolis City.

Sootopolis City

Skip this part if you already have a Relicanth. Get a Pokémon that knows Surf, a Pokémon that knows Dive and any other Pokémon you need to help catch Relicanth. Surf to the south end of Sootopolis City and Dive underwater. Exit out the door.

Route 126- Underwater

Surf around in the grassy area. Relicanth is pretty rare. After you find one, catch it. Next we need a Wailord. Go to the surface of the water and Fly to Ever Grande City1.

Ever Grande City1

Skip this part if you already have a Wailord. There are two ways to get a Wailord, evolve a Wailmer or catch one. You can find Wailmer by fishing with the Super Rod on most Routes. Wailmer evolves at Lv40. If you want to go catch one, you find them on Route 129. Surf down the waterfall and head left onto Route 128. Finally go down onto Route 129. Wailord is very rare. It can take a while before you find one. Now lets go back to Pacfidlog Town.

Pacfidlog Town

Make sure you have Relicanth and Wailord in your team. Also take out your Pokémon that knows Dig, a Pokémon that knows Surf and a Pokémon that knows Dive. You may also want a Pokémon that knows Fly. Surf left onto Route 132. You will see a lot of currented water. Hug the bottom wall as you go left until you reach Route 134. You will be standing on an area of shallow water. Walk to the bottom left corner. Walk two spaces up and Surf left. You will see an place to dive. Dive in.

Route 134- Underwater

Surf downwards through the hole in the wall. Follow the path all the way to the bottom. You will see some writing on the wall. Stand infront of it use Dive to return to the surface. You are now in the Sealed Chamber.

Sealed Chamber

Go to the very top of the room. You will see some writing on the wall. Stand infront of it and use Dig. A hole will appear in the wall. Go into it. Go to the top of the next room. You will see more writing on the top wall. Put Relicanth in Slot 1 of you team and put Wailord in the last slot. Press A on the writing on the wall. This will open the doors to the hideouts of Regirock, Regice and Registeel. Use Dig to leave the cave. Move down one space and use Dive. Lets start by hunting down Regirock. Fly to Lavaridge Town.

Lavaridge Town

You can deposit Relicanth and Wailord into the PC now. You won't need them anymore. Take out a Pokémon that knows Strength and head right onto Route 112. Keep going right until you reach Route 111. Continue on into desert. Travel to the South end of the desert. You will see a cave opening. Enter it. You are now in the Desert Ruins.

Desert Ruins

Walk stright up until you are right infront of the writing on the wall. Walk two spaces right, then two spaces down. Have one of your Pokémon use Strength. A opening will appear in the top wall. Go through the door and you will see Regirock. It is a Lv40 Rock Pokémon. It has the attacks Curse, Superpower, Ancient Power and Rock Throw. Save your game in front of Regirock, remember you only have ONE chance to catch it. If you fail, reset your game and try again. Afterwards, leave the cave and fly to Dewford Town.

Dewford Town

Make sure you have a Pokémon with Surf and walk north, out of Dewford Town onto Route 106. Without Surfing walk as far top left as you can. Surf straight left, until you reach the wall. Then Surf straight up onto Route 105. Keep going until you see some trees. Walk onto that island. From that island head left all the way to the wall. Finally Surf straight up until you see a cave opening that looks just like Regirock's cave. Enter it. You are now in the Island Cave.

Island Cave

Walk staight up and press A to read the writing on the wall. Press A again. Now all you have to do is wait. Do not push any buttons at all. After a minute or so, a door will automatically open in the wall. Go through the door and you will see Regice. It is a Lv40 Ice Pokémon. It has the attacks Curse, Superpower, Ancient Power and Icy Wind. Save your game in front of Regice, remember you only have ONE chance to catch it. If you fail, reset your game and try again. Only Registeel remains, leave the cave and Fly to Fortree City.

Fortree City

You must take a Pokémon that knows Fly with you. Leave town to the East. Continue down the Route until you get the bridge after the place which is raining. Go left across the bridge and head down. Go up the stairs on the left, then up through the patch of tall grass. You will see another cave that looks just like Regirock and Regice's caves. You are now in the Ancient Tomb(W on the map)

Ancient Tomb

Walk straight up and stand in front of the writing on the wall. Then walk down four space. Have a Pokémon use Fly. A door will appear in the top wall. Go through the door and you will see Registeel. It is a Lv40 Steel Pokémon. It has the attacks Curse, Superpower, Ancient Power and Metal Claw. Save your game in front of Regsteel, remember you only have ONE chance to catch it. If you fail, reset your game and try again. Afterwards exit the cave and you're done. You now have Regirock, Regice and Registeel in your possession.

III. Shop list

Oldale Town(Before you get the Pokédex)

  • Potion 300
  • Antidote 100
  • Parlyz Heal 200
  • Awakening 250

Oldale Town

  • PokéBall 200
  • Potion 300
  • Antidote 100
  • Parlyz Heal 200
  • Awakening 250

Petalburg City (Before you get 4 Badges)

  • PokéBall 200
  • Potion 300
  • Antidote 100
  • Parlyz Heal 200
  • Awakening 250
  • Escape Rope 550
  • Repel 350
  • X Speed 350
  • X Attack 500
  • X Defend 550
  • Orange Mail 50

Petalburg City

  • PokéBall 200
  • Great Ball 600
  • Potion 300
  • Super Potion 700
  • Antidote 100
  • Parlyz Heal 200
  • Awakening 250
  • Escape Rope 550
  • Repel 350
  • X Speed 350
  • X Attack 500
  • X Defend 550
  • Orange Mail 50

Route 104- Flower Shop

  • Red Plant 3000
  • Tropical Plant 3000
  • Pretty Flowers 3000
  • Colorful Plant 5000
  • Big Plant 5000
  • Gorgeous Plant 5000

Rustboro City

  • PokéBall 200
  • Potion 300
  • Super Potion 700
  • Antidote 100
  • Parlyz Heal 200
  • Escape Rope 550
  • Repel 350
  • X Speed 350
  • X Attack 500
  • X Defend 550

Slateport City

  • PokéBall 200
  • Great Ball 600
  • Potion 300
  • Super Potion 700
  • Antidote 100
  • Parlyz Heal 200
  • Escape Rope 550
  • Repel 350
  • Harbor Mail 50 *This it the mail you need for the Coin Case*

Slateport City- Market Bottom Left

  • Azurill Doll 3000
  • Marill Doll 3000
  • Skitty Doll 3000

Slateport City- Market Right

  • TM10 3000 Hidden Power
  • TM43 3000 Secret Power

Slateport City- Market Middle Left

  • Protein 9800
  • Iron 9800
  • Carbos 9800
  • Zinc 9800
  • Calcium 9800
  • HP Up 9800

Slateport City- Market Top Left

  • Red Brick 500
  • Yellow Brick 500
  • Blue Brick 500
  • Red Balloon 500
  • Blue Balloon 500
  • Yellow Balloon 500
  • C Low Note Mat 500
  • D Note Mat 500
  • E Note Mat 500
  • F Note Mat 500
  • G Note Mat 500
  • A Note Mat 500
  • B Note Mat 500
  • C High Note Mat 500

Mauville City

  • PokéBall 200
  • Great Ball 600
  • Super Potion 700
  • Antidote 100
  • Parlyz Heal 200
  • Awakening 250
  • X Speed 350
  • X Attack 500
  • X Defend 550
  • Guard Spec. 700
  • Dire Hit 650
  • X Accuracy 950

Mauville City- Casino Left

  • 50 Coins 1000
  • 500 Coins 10000

Mauville City- Casino Middle

  • TM32 30000(1500Coins) Double Team
  • TM29 70000(3500Coins) Psychic
  • TM35 80000(4000Coins) Flamethrower
  • TM24 80000(4000Coins) Thunderbolt
  • TM13 80000(4000Coins) Ice Beam

Mauville City- Casino Middle

  • Treecko Doll 20000(1000Coins)
  • Torchic Doll 20000(1000Coins)
  • Mudkip Doll 20000(1000Coins)

Verdanturf Town

  • Great Ball 600
  • Nest Ball 1000
  • Super Potion 700
  • Antidote 100
  • Parlyz Heal 200
  • Awakening 250
  • Burn Heal 250
  • Ice Heal 250
  • Repel 350
  • X Special 350
  • Fluffy Tail 1000

Fallarbor Town

  • Great Ball 600
  • Super Potion 700
  • Antidote 100
  • Parlyz Heal 200
  • Escape Rope 550
  • Super Repel 500
  • X Special 350
  • X Speed 350
  • X Attack 500
  • X Defend 550
  • Dire Hit 650
  • Guard Spec. 700

Lavaridge Town

  • Great Ball 600
  • Super Potion 700
  • Antidote 100
  • Parlyz Heal 200
  • Awakening 250
  • Burn Heal 250
  • Revive 1500
  • Super Repel 500
  • X Speed 350

Fortree City

  • Great Ball 600
  • Ultra Ball 1200
  • Super Potion 700
  • Hyper Potion 1200
  • Antidote 100
  • Parlyz Heal 200
  • Awakening 250
  • Revive 1500
  • Super Repel 500
  • Wood Mail 50

Fortree City- Decoration Shop Left

  • Small Desk 3000
  • Pokémon Desk 3000
  • Heavy Desk 6000
  • Ragged Desk 6000
  • Comfort Desk 6000
  • Brick Desk 9000
  • Camp Desk 9000
  • Hard Desk 9000

Fortree City- Decoration Shop Right

  • Small Chair 2000
  • Pokémon Chair 2000
  • Heavy Chair 2000
  • Ragged Chair 2000
  • Comfort Chair 2000
  • Brick Chair 2000
  • Camp Chair 2000
  • Hard Chair 2000

Lilycove City-F2 Right Shop

  • Potion 300
  • Super Potion 700
  • Hyper Potion 1200
  • Max Potion 2500
  • Revive 1500
  • Repel 350
  • Super Repel 500
  • Max Repel 700
  • Wave Mail 50
  • Mech Mail 50

Lilycove City-F2 Left Shop

  • PokéBall 200
  • Great Ball 600
  • Ultra Ball 1200
  • Escape Rope 550
  • Full Heal 600
  • Antidote 100
  • Parlyz Heal 200
  • Burn Heal 250
  • Ice Heal 250
  • Awakening 250
  • Fluffy Tail 1000

Lilycove City-F3 Right Shop

  • X Speed 350
  • X Special 350
  • X Attack 500
  • X Defend 550
  • Dire Hit 650
  • Guard Spec. 700
  • X Accuracy 950

Lilycove City-F3 Left Shop

  • Protein 9800
  • Calcium 9800
  • Iron 9800
  • Zinc 9800
  • Carbos 9800
  • HP Up 9800

Lilycove City-F4 Right Shop

  • TM17 3000 Protect
  • TM20 3000 Safeguard
  • TM33 3000 Reflect
  • TM16 3000 Light Screen

Lilycove City-F4 Left Shop

  • TM38 5500 Fire Blast
  • TM25 5500 Thunder
  • TM14 5500 Blizzard
  • TM15 7500 Hyper Beam

Lilycove City-F5 Far Right Shop

  • Surf Mat 4000
  • Thunder Mat 4000
  • Fire Blast Mat 4000
  • Powder Snow Mat 4000
  • Attract Mat 4000
  • Fissure Mat 4000
  • Spikes Mat 4000
  • Glitter Mat 2000
  • Jump Mat 2000
  • Spin Mat 2000

Lilycove City-F5 Right Shop

  • Ball Poster 1000
  • Green Poster 1000
  • Red Poster 1000
  • Blue Poster 1000
  • Cute Poster 1000
  • Pika Poster 1500
  • Long Poster 1500
  • Sea Poster 1500
  • Sky Poster 1500

Lilycove City-F5 Left Shop

  • Pika Cushion 2000
  • Round Cushion 2000
  • Zigzag Cushion 2000
  • Spin Cushion 2000
  • Diamond Cushion 2000
  • Ball Cushion 2000
  • Grass Cushion 2000
  • Fire Cushion 2000
  • Water Cushion 2000

Lilycove City-F5 Far Left Shop

  • Pichu Doll 3000
  • Pikachu Doll 3000
  • Marill Doll 3000
  • Jigglypuff Doll 3000
  • Duskull Doll 3000
  • Wynaut Doll 3000
  • Baltoy Doll 3000
  • Kecleon Doll 3000
  • Azurill Doll 3000
  • Skitty Doll 3000
  • Swablu Doll 3000
  • Gulpin Doll 3000

Lilycove City-F6 Vending Machines

  • Fresh Water 200
  • Soda Pop 300
  • Lemonade 350

Mossdeep City

  • Ultra Ball 1200
  • Net Ball 1000
  • Dive Ball 1000
  • Hyper Potion 1200
  • Full Heal 600
  • Revive 1500
  • Max Repel 700
  • X Attack 500
  • X Defend 550

Sootopolis City

  • Ultra Ball 1200
  • Hyper Potion 1200
  • Max Potion 2500
  • Full Heal 600
  • Revive 1500
  • Max Repel 700
  • X Attack 500
  • X Defend 550
  • Shadow Mail 50

Ever Grande City

  • Ultra Ball 1200
  • Hyper Potion 1200
  • Max Potion 2500
  • Full Restore 3000
  • Full Heal 600
  • Revive 1500
  • Max Repel 700

IV. Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Which Pokémon are not available in either Ruby or Sapphire version?
  2. Which Pokémon are only available in Sapphire Version?
  3. Which Pokémon are only available in Ruby Version?
  4. How do you catch Jirachi and Deoxys?
  5. Are there any new Eevee evolutions?
  6. Are Johto, Kanto, Orange Islands, etc. in this game?
  7. What is the best Starter Pokémon?
  8. Why can't I fight in the Ordale City Gym?
  9. Why can't I see through this fog in the 4th Gym?
  10. What are the new Legendary Pokémon?
  11. What are the new types are there in Ruby/Sapphire Version?
  12. How many new Pokémon are there in Ruby/Sapphire Version?
  13. What is the Japanese Release Date of this game?
  14. What is the Canadian/US Release Date of this game?
  15. What is the European Release Date of this game?
  16. Where can I find a ROM of this game?
  17. What's up with Shedinja? It only has 1 HP.
  18. Can you trade with Red/Blue/Yellow/Gold/Silver/Crystal Version?
  19. How do you cross the "White Rails"?

1. Which Pokémon are not available in either Ruby or Sapphire version?

There are 186 Pokémon that can not be caught or received in either Ruby or Sapphire version. In alphabetical order they are: Aerodactyl, Aipom, Ampharos, Arbok, Arcanine, Ariados, Articuno, Bayleef, Beedrill, Bellsprout, Blastoise, Blissey, Bulbasaur, Butterfree, Caterpie, Celebi, Chansey, Charizard, Charmander, Charmeleon, Chikorita, Clefable, Clefairy, Cleffa, Cloyster, Croconaw, Cubone, Cyndaquil, Deoxys, Delibird, Dewgong, Diglett, Ditto, Dragonair, Dragonite, Dratini, Drowzee, Dugtrio, Dunsparce, Eevee, Ekans, Electabuzz, Elekid, Entei, Espeon, Exeggcute, Exeggutor, Farfetch'd, Fearow, Feraligatr, Flaaffy, Flareon, Forretress, Furret, Gastly, Gengar, Gligar, Granbull, Growlithe, Haunter, Hitmonchan, Hitmonlee, Hitmontop, Ho-oh, Hoothoot, Hoppip, Houndoom, Houndour, Hypno, Ivysaur, Jirachi, Jolteon, Jumpluff, Jynx, Kabuto, Kabutops, Kakuna, Kangaskhan, Kingler, Krabby, Lapras, Larvitar, Ledian, Ledyba, Lickitung, Lugia, Magby, Magmar, Mankey, Mantine, Mareep, Marowak, Meganium, Meowth, Metapod, Mew, Mewtwo, Miltank, Misdreavus, Moltres, Mr. Mime, Murkrow, Nidoking, Nidoqueen, Nidoran Female, Nidoran Male, Nidorina, Nidorino, Noctowl, Octillery, Omanyte, Omastar, Onix, Paras, Parasect, Persian, Pidgeot, Pidgeotto, Pidgey, Piloswine, Pineco, Politoed, Poliwag, Poliwhirl, Poliwrath, Ponyta, Porygon, Porygon2, Primeape, Pupitar, Quagsire, Quilava, Qwilfish, Raikou, Rapidash, Raticate, Rattata, Remoraid, Scizor, Scyther, Seel, Sentret, Shellder, Shuckle, Skiploom, Slowbro, Slowking, SlowPoké, Smeargle, Smoochum, Sneasel, Snorlax, Snubbull, Spearow, Spinarak, Squirtle, Stantler, Steelix, Sudowoodo, Suicune, Sunflora, Sunkern, Swinub, Tangela, Tauros, Teddiursa, Togepi, Togetic, Totodile, Typhlosion, Tyranitar, Tyrogue, Umbreon, Unown, Ursaring, Vaporeon, Venomoth, Venonat, Venusaur, Victreebel, Wartortle, Weedle, Weepinbell, Wooper, Yanma and Zapdos

2. Which Pokémon are only available in Sapphire Version?

There are 7 Pokémon that can only be caught or received in Sapphire Version. In alphabetical order they are: Kyogre, Latias, Lunatone, Nuzleaf, Seedot, Seviper and Shiftry.

3. Which Pokémon are only available in Ruby Version?

There are 7 Pokémon that can only be caught or received in Ruby Version. In alphabetical order they are: Groudon, Latios, Lombre, Lotad, Ludicolo, Solrock and Zangoose.

4. How do you catch Jirachi and Deoxys?

trought special Nintendo events.

5. Are there any new Eevee evolutions?

No. Eevee isn't even in the game.

6. Are Johto, Kanto, Orange Islands, etc. in this game?

Nope. They aren't in the game. All known evidence of their existence was either faked or unreliable.

7. What is the best Starter Pokémon?

Treecko has the easiest start. Torchic has the hardest. But Torchic's evolution, Blaziken is the best by far against the Elite 4. But for Link battling, that's up to you.

8. Why can't I fight in the Petalburg City Gym?

That's actually the 5th Gym, not the first. Come back after getting 4 Badges.

9. Why can't I see through this fog in the 4th Gym?

Change the settings on your emulator. Or better yet, don't use the ROM.

10. What are the new Legendary Pokémon?

Kyogre, Groudon and Rayquaza are the main ones, equivalent to Mewtwo, Lugia and Ho-oh of RBYGSC. Latios, Latias, Regirock, Regiice, Registeel, Deoxys and Jirachi are the other ones equivalent to Articuno, Zapdos, Moltres, Mew, Raikou, Entei, Suicune and Celebi.

11. What are the new types are there in Ruby/Sapphire Version?

There aren't any new types. The same 17 are still here.

12. How many new Pokémon are there in Ruby/Sapphire Version?

There are 185 new Pokémon in Ruby/Sapphire Version.

13. What is the Japanese Release Date of this game?

November 21, 2002. It has already been released.

14. What is the Canadian/US Release Date of this game?

March 17, 2003. It has already been released.

15. What is the European Release Date of this game?

July 2003. Thanks goes to TEGolduck for this information.

16. Where can I find a ROM of this game?

ROM's are illegal. Don't use them.

17. What's up with Shedinja? It only has 1 HP.

It's immune to all non-super effective attacks. Only Fire, Flying, Rock, Ghost and Dark types attacks can hit it. But it is effected by weather effects, etc. So Sandstorm or Curse will knock it out instantly.

18. Can you trade with Red/Blue/Yellow/Gold/Silver/Crystal Version?

No. Ruby/Sapphire Version are NOT compatible with any previous Pokémon game. You can not battle, trade or interact in anyway between them.

19. How do you cross the "White Rails"?

You need to use the Acro Bike. While on the rail, press the direction and B at the same time to hop over to the next rail.

V. Acknowledgements/Credits/Version info

Pokémon Ruby/Sapphire FAQ/Walkthrough
by Team Rocket Elite
E-mail- teamrocketelite@yahoo.com
Version 2.50 Mar. 14, 2003

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Version History

  • Ver 2.50- Changed most of the Japanese names to English names. Updated Shop List. Added to Side Quests section. Updated New attacks list. Updated Hoenn Map. Added a TM List and a HM List.
  • Ver 2.00- Rewrote most of the walkthrough. Added exp chart. Added more to the Frequently Asked Questions section. Added max exp to Pokédex. Updated Shop List. Updated Map of Houen. Updated New Attacks list. Added Side Quest section. Fixed several typos.
  • Ver 1.10- Started Walkthrough revision. Added a list of New Attacks for RS.
  • Ver 1.00- Completed general Pokédex information. Added Egg Groups section.
  • Ver 0.91- Added Type Affinity, Trainer Eye and Frequently Asked Questions
  • section. Pokédex still needs lots of work.
  • Ver 0.9- Split up the walkthrough into smaller sections. Added Shop List.
  • Ver 0.81- Updated Pokédex. Thanks goes to www.Pokéfor.tk for the name translations of the Pokémon and towns.
  • Ver 0.8- Completed Walkthrough up to the end of the League and going to the Battle Tower. Divided up the walkthrough into sections.
  • Ver 0.1- Initial Release. 17 Pokémon in Pokédex, Walkthrough up to first Gym.

HTML version and images by Arty2 and Legendary Pokémon

Writer's Acknowledgements

Nintendo, Game Freak, Creatures and Pokémon- For making this game possible.
Pokémon Forever Best Pokémon Ruby/Sapphire website on the net.
Pokémon Forest X Best Pokémon website ever. Ignited my original interest in Pokémon.
Pokegym Another great website I used to go to.
Azure Heights Yet another great website.
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