Bulbapedia doesn't say, but does anyone know the relative probabilities of finding items in dust clouds? I haven't been keeping statistics, but I'd say the probability of finding a Gem is around three times the probability of finding evolutionary stones.
It should be easy to find this, but I just can't see it on Bulbapedia.
What moves will a wild Pokémon know? Is it randomly chosen from the moves it learns through leveling up? Is it the last four moves it learns through leveling up?
And the same question for the trainers Pokémon, I know that Gym leaders and Elite Four have Pokémon with specially selected moves, but what about common trainers?
Also, I can find in-battle sprites for trainers, what about the sprites used outside of battles, are they on Bulbapedia?
Thanks for help, all this is about Gen II by the way. (Pokémon Silver in particular :p)
Seviper, if you look at one, it has similar marks, plus the Battle Pike is a huge Seviper.
How do you go about changing your C-Gear skin?
Last edited by Slenderman; 30th August 2011 at 09:58 AM.
I don't see what there is to help you out with. If you want to find one, keep running around in the grass. They don't always appear, so sometimes you can go for a while without finding one.
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Timburr can be found in the grass right before entering Pinwheel Forest.
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This seems like a silly question but I want to make sure. If I put a game in a different DS and don't save it doesn't effect any of the time related events, does it?
Below the nurse. There's a lot of grass there. Seriously, go try it out.
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