FAQ: Simple Questions / Simple Answers (Gens 1-5) - Page 17

1. ## Re: Simple Questions/Simple Answers v.4 (Gen IV/V)

Originally Posted by ShinyRiolu
What does that mean?
Whenever a pokemon falls asleep, its sleep counter is set by the move or randomly by the computer -- it's the number of turns until your pokemon wakes up.

When you switch it out, that number goes back to what it was at the maximum.

2. ## Re: Simple Questions/Simple Answers v.4 (Gen IV/V)

Originally Posted by ShinyRiolu
What does that mean?
When a Pokémon falls asleep, the game randomly decides how many turns it will sleep for, and sets this number in stone. So if the game decides it will sleep for three turns, it will without a doubt sleep for three turns and awaken on the fourth. However, if the Pokémon sleeps for two turns, and is then switched out, when it's switched back in again its sleep counter will be set to 3 again, so it must sleep through all three turns in a row without switching out in order to wake up.

3. ## Re: Simple Questions/Simple Answers v.4 (Gen IV/V)

Originally Posted by hurristat
Whenever a pokemon falls asleep, its sleep counter is set by the move or randomly by the computer -- it's the number of turns until your pokemon wakes up.

When you switch it out, that number goes back to what it was at the maximum.
No offence, but I like Neo's one better :)

Originally Posted by Neo
When a Pokémon falls asleep, the game randomly decides how many turns it will sleep for, and sets this number in stone. So if the game decides it will sleep for three turns, it will without a doubt sleep for three turns and awaken on the fourth. However, if the Pokémon sleeps for two turns, and is then switched out, when it's switched back in again its sleep counter will be set to 3 again, so it must sleep through all three turns in a row without switching out in order to wake up.
So it will make sleep status longer, shorter, or either way? (Sorry if I misread your example)

4. ## Re: Emerald version rayquaza question

Originally Posted by Sky Dragon
I finally managed to get to the top of spear pillar the other day, and ended up making it faint. So heres my question, will it come back, or will I have get it from ruby or sapphire version?
Did you save before the battle? If you make it faint just turn off the game and load it before the battle.

5. ## Re: Simple Questions/Simple Answers v.4 (Gen IV/V)

So it will make sleep status longer, shorter, or either way?
It will make it longer.

6. ## Re: Simple Questions/Simple Answers v.4 (Gen IV/V)

Originally Posted by Igzz
It will make it longer.
Thank you very much

7. ## Re: Simple Questions/Simple Answers v.4 (Gen IV/V)

Is it possible to find the Leppa Berry in the Dream World? If so, where is it and/or how many points are needed to obtain it?

If I can find a Leppa and a Charti, I'll have all the berries available in the DW. That is, if Leppa is in the DW to begin with, hence my question.

8. ## Re: Older Games: Simple Questions Thread

Or even if you saved at any point before the battle, reload the game and get back up there, and it'll still be there. If you saved it, you're SOL.

9. ## Re: Older Games: Simple Questions Thread

Originally Posted by bluesun
Emerald was the revised remake, and as such contains plenty of stuff not in either Ruby or Sapphire, as well as the ability to catch both Groudon *and* Kyogre (the Pokémon on Ruby and Sapphire's boxarts). In Ruby and Sapphire for example you can only catch Hoenn Pokémon, and can't even view the National Pokédex without trading with FRLG. In Emerald, you can catch quite a few non-Hoenn Pokémon, and even get just handed the National Pokédex. Emerald also uses other graphical and technical upgrades in the time since RS and it.
So yeah, plenty of reason to lean towards the third version of any trio. ^^;
Actually, you can catch plenty of non-Hoenn pokemon in Ruby & Sapphire.
For example: Machop, Zubat, Golbat, Geodude, Graveler, Skarmory, Magikarp, Gyarados, Marill, Azumarrill, Pikachu, Oddish, Natu, Abra, Dodou, Wobbuffet, Girafarig, Goldeen, Psyduck, Pinsir, Rhyhorn, Heracross, Phanpy, Tentacool.

10. ## Re: Older Games: Simple Questions Thread

God dammit, no I didn't, and I have a good four days worth of data on it.

11. ## Re: Simple Questions/Simple Answers v.4 (Gen IV/V)

Can someone explain to me how AR markers work on the 3D Pokedex and how you get them.

12. ## Re: Simple Questions/Simple Answers v.4 (Gen IV/V)

do cheren and N appear again after the event at N's castle?
also, can you find looker again after arresting all the sages?

13. ## Re: Simple Questions/Simple Answers v.4 (Gen IV/V)

Originally Posted by mint
do cheren and N appear again after the event at N's castle?
also, can you find looker again after arresting all the sages?
No, you will not be able to see N again after the event.. But you can still battle with your two rivals, Cheren and Belle..

You can't find Looker as well, he only appears in events where you found the sages.. I don't see any point meeting him as well.. Lol..

14. ## Re: Simple Questions/Simple Answers v.4 (Gen IV/V)

Originally Posted by Georgie Pie
Is it possible to find the Leppa Berry in the Dream World? If so, where is it and/or how many points are needed to obtain it?

If I can find a Leppa and a Charti, I'll have all the berries available in the DW. That is, if Leppa is in the DW to begin with, hence my question.
If the Ice Cream table is taken to be true, the Leppa and Charti Berries are in game. I haven't seen them either.

Originally Posted by Pokestar
Can someone explain to me how AR markers work on the 3D Pokedex and how you get them.
AR Markers are basicly a funky glyph that the camrea see and the software sticks your Pokemon on it.

15. ## Re: Simple Questions/Simple Answers v.4 (Gen IV/V)

Here's my question.. Is it possible to obtain DW Sneasel now? Or is it still unavailable?

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