TM 71; stone edge
TM 68; giga impact
level 23; thrash
level 43; earth power
Dragonair level 33; aqua tail
Dragonair level 39; dragon rush
Dragonair level 53; dragon dance
and if you can get it to relearn moves, it can learn Thunder punch in Dragonite form for some reason.
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I'm trying to get a Vulpix with the eggmoves:
My current attempts have involved breeding a Torkoal with a Vulpix and then taking a newly hatched Vulpix that knows Flamethrower and Heatwave and breeding it with a Stantler but then because the Vulpix has to be female for it's offspring to hatch with Hypnosis it loses both Heatwave and Flamethrower. Would anybody please be able to suggest a work around for this so I can have the perfect moveset for my pokemon?
Any help is very much appreciated and I thank you in advance!
Recently one of my friends got me into playing Pokemon TCG and I have decided to start playing the video games as well. I have been doing some research and there are so many Pokemon games that I am having a hard time choosing where to start. I would like to collect as many Pokemon as possible throughout the series but it seems that only the remakes of the first few pairs of games our compatible with current gen Pokemon games. Where would be a good place to start playing to ensure all my pokemon are compatible with the most recent generation? FireRed? I have a GameBoy color, GB Advanced, DS Lite and a 3DS. If I were able to lay my hands on a link cable or whatever, would I have all the technology, minus the games you guys suggest, to be able to "catch 'em all"?
I'd start with either HeartGold or SoulSilver. That way, you see a lot of 'Pokemon geography' shall we say. Also, you'll have access to the vast majority of the first 251 Pokemon out of the current 649. All in all, either one of those games would be a great starting point.
I can't remember if the DS Lite has a GB Advanced game slot...? If it does, you could start with Ruby, Sapphire or Emerald so that you could get some hard to catch Pokemon before moving onto games with much better graphics and better gameplay in general. I apologise if I come across as condescending here - I just don't know how much you know about Pokemon - so in case you're unaware, the Ruby Sapphire and Emerald games are set in the Hoenn region (the third region) therefore, you might feel it'd be a bit strange to start with those games.
I'd really like to help you with this because I enjoy coming across people trying to fill up their Pokedex - I am also working on that! Feel free to PM me with any questions.
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Would it be possible/feasible to play SoulSilver>Emerald>Diamond or Pearl to preserve the original Pokemon timeline? Could I transfer pokemon in that order? I know very little about the Pokemon world, so don't worry about being condescending. Lol. All help/info is appreciated.
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I'm not sure if this is the right forum... I didn't think the game forum would be appropriate because it's about my physical copy rather than the game itself.
Anyway, I bought a used LeafGreen Version from someone on Amazon. The thing is, the cartridge doesn't fit flush in my GameBoy Advance, which I find really odd. The game will turn on and can be played without a problem, but it sticks out about a millimeter or so.
In addition to that, the cartridge's plastic casing can be "pulled apart" at the seams, as if it isn't screwed together tightly. However, it is screwed together tightly... I even re-tightened the screw myelf.
If I take the cartidge apart, the back half fits flush in the GBA. The problem is the front half... it seems to be slightly too big. I can't tell if it's counterfeit or a manufacturing defect.
Other than that, the cartridge appears legit. The label's printing doesn't look blurry, the color doesn't seem off (as far as I can tell). Even taking it apart and looking at the actual circuit boad thing inside, the text printed on it all looks legit. The only thing that might be suspicious is that the number printed on the cartridge's label does not match the number printed on the circuit board thing on the inside, and neither of those match the number embossed in the plastic on the back. I don't know if they're supposed to or not. The numbers are:
label - AGB-BPGE-USA
inside - AGB-E01-41
back - AGB-002
Last edited by Xenidal; 11th September 2012 at 01:50 PM.
I took couple of notes from my LeafGreen cartridge. I didn't take It apart since I don't have the proper screwdriver to remove It. But since the case is transparent, I was able to note down the numbers.
MODEL NO. AGB-002
Does It match from my cartridge to your own (unless every cartridge has their own unique chip number)? Also, can you upload a picture of the PCB as well as the overall physical look of the cartridge?
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I'll try to get a picture up later... but the numbers don't match up to yours. Except the model number. Everything else is completely different. One of the chips says:
It's also worth mentioning that mine (if it's not fake) is most likely from a later release. So maybe that's the reason for the chip being completely different?
What color is the cartridge?You might have a fake game.