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  1. Hi as I see players asking about "Where is eevee", "How to find the key", "How to get out hideout" and so on many times. So I will write this guide. Hope it can help you guys. Thanks Talk with Sergeant Rick for starting quest and option 2 for accept. Then you go to Casino as rocket hideout Talk with Greg and you will be moved to underground, after that talk with him again, and pick up item in table After that go down and you will see elevator, select B2F. Prepare for battle with Jackson, he has 4 pokemon with lv from 23-27. Only the last Umbreon Lv27 is trouble. Using Poliwag with fighting move will beat it easy. And don't forget pick up hidden item - Iron in here. Now you will be prison and every time Team Rocket face to you, they will prison you again and again >_< really annoy... So be careful from now. For escape, you can talk with crate for jump out the room - watch out these two guard outside! The best way is waitting for these 2 guys go up and then u can jump out Follow the green arrows and you will be fine, just beware the guard girl on top and don't forget pick up Black Glasses item. Go upstairs for go back PC to heal or downstairs for continue Now you will in B2F, go right ahead. Watch out this guard! You will see the Maze now. Pickup 3 Max Ether and 1 Pokeball in this map, having battle with team rocket in here too. Follow the green arrow for continue and red arrow for exist Now, you are in the place before prison, go upstairs and fight with 3 NPCs for exp. This floors also have hidden item - 2 super potions and 1 hyper potion Now go downstairs and go back the maze by follow red arrow to the downstairs B3F(as below picture) In B3F, before go down for battle girl NPC and then prepare for Greg battle. I recommend you find some exp before, so let skip it now and go left. You will see the small maze now o_0 Battle with team rocket and pick up TM07 - HornDrill. Go downstairs to B4F and continue battle NPCs for exp. In B4F you will also find Card Key and hidden item - 2 Revives in trash bin After clear this floor go back in upstairs and now you can have battle with Greg. His team order: You almost done now. Go heal and then go to Big Maze at the previous in B2F and then go into elevator , select B4F. Fight with 2 NPCs left in there and then go to find hidden gate. Prepare for fighting with Giovanni around lv 30-35, he is not a joke! His team order is: Be carefull with Persian for Power Gem move. A easy way to win this battle would be by: Using water pokemon level 40+ as One backup pokemon lv35+ that have dig as Make sure pick up item in table after you beat Giovanni. After you defeated Giovanni you automaticly have the password for the machines standing in the team rocket base, eevee is in 1 of them (machine around the basement not only in the room). Here is location of them: After you received Eevee go back to Sergeant Rick for completed quest (and you now cannot get back to hideout anymore). Contributors: Windypuff(Creator); Letrix; Shaui
  2. Recommend Gengar LV 80+ Timid/Modest Item: Black Sludge EV train: 252spatk|252spd|6hp Move set: Thunderbolt, Shadow Ball/Icy Wind, Psychic (Icy Wind teach by move tutor at Seafoam B4F by 5000$) (Thunderbolt teach by tm buy at Vermillion City Gym by 3000$) (Psychic teach by tm buy at Saffron City Gym by 3000$) Gyarados LV80+ Adamant/Jolly Item: Leftover EV train: 252atk|252spd|6hp Move set: Ice Fang, Dragon Dance, Cruch, Aqua Tail And also don't forget take some backup items Revive x7, Hyper potion x15, Leppa Berry x10 The more level of your pokemon team, the less buying for backup items E4 Team • Lorelei • Gengar lead with using Thunderbolt for beat all team • Bruno • Gengar lead with using Psychic for beat all team • Agatha • Gengar lead with using Thunderbolt for Crobat and Pyschic for all • Lance • Gengar lead with using Thunderbolt for Gyarados and Charizard, while Shadow ball/ Icy Wind for others. Also you can alternatively with Gyarados lead with using Cruch for Gyardos, Aqua tail for Charizard and Ice Fang for others • Blue/Gary • Gyarados lead with using Dragon Dance 2-3 times at the beginning and then using Cruch for Alakazam and Mega Blastoise, Aqua Tail for Arcanine, and then Ice Fang for others
  3. This guide will help you pass the E4 easily, it just recommend for all newbie. Good luck! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Recommend (can use Kanto Pokemon) Gyarados LV90+ Adamant/Jolly Item: Leftover EV train: 252atk|252spd|6hp Move set: Ice Fang, Dragon Dance, Bounce, Aqua Tail (Bounce teach by move tutor at Lake of Rage by 4000$) Gengar LV 90+ Timid/Modest Item: Black Sludge EV train: 252spatk|252spd|6hp Move set: Thunderbolt, Shadow Ball, Dark Pulse, Psychic (Thunderbolt teach by tm buy at Vermillion City Gym by 3000$) (Psychic teach by tm buy at Saffron City Gym by 3000$) And also don't forget take some backup items Revive x7 (can replace by Revival Herb x 5 with cost more but revive 100% hp), Hyper potion x15 (can replace by Energy roots x15 at Goldenrod Basement with cheaper price), Leppa Berry x10 The more level of your pokemon team, the less buying for backup items Backup team (using for avoiding some unexpected event/tank role with saving slot for revive other pokemon - only using if your core team so poor or you worry about losing) Clefable LV 90+ Bold/Calm/Modest Item: Leftover EV train: 252hp|172def|84spd Move set: Moonblast, Soft-Boiled/Moonlight, Thunder Wave, Ice Beam (Thunder Wave teach by tm buy at Celadon Mart by 2000$) (Soft-Boiled teach by tm buy at Goldenrod Mart by 3000$) (Ice Beam teach by tm buy at Mahogany City Gym by 4000$) E4 Team • Will • Gengar lead with using Shadow Ball for Brozong and Gardevoir, and Dark Pulse for others. Sometimes, Mega Alakazam can outspeed your pokemon, so just give up Gengar for dying and then using Gyarados with Bounce or Clefable with Thunder Wave and then Moonblast for kill • Koga • Gyarados lead with using using Dragon Dance 5-6 times at the beginninng, and then using Bounce for Toxicroak and Mega Beedrill, and using Ice Fang for others. Alternatively, Gengar lead with using Thunderbolt for Skuntank and Mega Beedrill, and Psychic for others • Bruno • Gyarados lead with using using Dragon Dance 5-6 times at the beginninng, and then using Ice Fang/Aqua Tail for Mega Lucario, and using Bounce for others. Alternatively, Gengar lead with using Thunderbolt for Mega Lucario and Psychic for all team • Karen • Gengar lead with using using Thunderbolt for Weavile and Absol. After that, switch to Gyarados with using 5-6 times at the beginning of Spiritomb, and then using Aqua Tail for Mega Houndoom and Ice Fang for others • Lance • Gyarados lead with using 5-6 times at the beginning, and then using Aqua Tail for Charizard, Bounce/whatever moves for Gyarados, and then Ice Fang for others. Alternatively, Gengar lead with using Thunderbolt for Charizard and Gyarados, and Shadow Ball for others. Backup: except Charizard and Gyarados, you can use Ice Beam of Clefable for beat all team dragon Contributors: Windypuff (Creator); Letrix, Shaui
  4. 1. Requirements 1.1. Minimum OS: Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion) RAM memory: 1 Gb GPU memory: 128 Mb 1.2. Recommended OS: Mac OS X 10.11 (El Capitan) RAM memory: 4 Gb + GPU memory: 1 Gb + 2. Allowing unknown sources Click on the Apple menu > System Preferences > Security & Privacy > General tab. Under Allow applications downloaded from select Anywhere. 3. Download latest version Click on the Finder icon for Mac download here: https://pokemonrevolution.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=14&t=4563 There is no mistery in this tutorial but with recent versions it's needed to make step 2. Hope it helps! :Shy: PD: It seems that right now, official link is dead, feel free to ask for mirrors!
  5. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Unless you get insanely lucky and come across something extremely rare in the market, there is no quick fix to earning money. It is important to remember that in any MMO—generally the best things come with time and hard work. This guide focuses on the long-term and combining various strategies, although there are some tips that are quick for small-scale gain. If you are looking for an instant fix, this guide is not for you. _____________________________________________________ Frisk. Frisk is an ability that displays the held item of your opponent when the Pokemon with the ability enters the battle. This is one of the first things you can obtain in the game that will help you immensely throughout the game although this is more of a long-term option. Frisk is the H.A (Hidden Ability) of Sentret and Furret which can be found on Route 1 during Morning/Day. In conjunction with either Covet or Thief this can be incredibly handy for farming held items. Covet and Thief. Covet and Thief are moves that steal the opponent's held item. As mentioned above, these are to be used in conjunction with Frisk for maximum output-minimal effort. However, until reaching Celadon to do the Thief Quest, Frisk is virtually useless since you cannot Trade to ask someone to put Covet or Thief on your Pokemon and the combo is otherwise unavailable to you at this point. As an alternative, in addition to capturing a Frisk Sentret (or Furret), I would suggest catching a Mankey; these can be found on Route 22 - just west of Viridian City since Mankey at this early stage of the game will already know Covet. Synchronize. Another ability based money-maker, Synchronize (commonly called sync) gives a 50% chance that the caught Pokemon will be the same nature as the Pokemon with the Synchronize ability - be aware this only works if the Sync Pokemon is in the first slot of your party, it also WILL NOT work if the Sync Pokemon has fainted. Early on in particular, I suggest taking the opportunity to learn Headbutt in Viridian Maze so that when you arrive at Pewter City, you can headbutt the trees there with a chance of finding Natu, you will notice Natu/Xatu are very commonly used Syncs because of their ease to get ahold of. Syncs generally sell for around 10k per, this is quite cheap but when 75k for a bike seems daunting, this could be a great thing to stock up on ready for when you complete the Fourth Gym. I personally recommend finding (or buying, if you feel like it) your own collection, and keeping one of each Sync (minus any neutral natures such as Hardy, Serious, Bashful and Quirky - trash these, they will do you no good) and using your personal collection to either farm more syncs or to farm rare Pokemon - depending on the Pokemon caught this could make thousands to millions in single sales. ________________ Held Items. So, here is where I explain why Covet and Thief are super useful early in the game - and it might not be what you expect. Paras is incredibly common in Mt Moon and holds the Tiny Mushroom item. This can be sold to the Item Maniac for $1500 - you would need to find 50 to outright pay off the bike. It may be a slow process, but not half as slow as farming Pokemon battles - this is definitely a "every little helps" suggestion. As I mentioned at the beginning of this post, with some effort, luck and strategy, you could make a huge amount off Held Items - especially when Trading becomes available to you after the Fourth Gym. Items such as the Protector (held by Rhyhorn), Magmizer (held by Magmar) and the Electrizer (held by Elekid and Electabuzz) can make you some impressive money in single sales. Hidden Items. Hidden items are found throughout the game and can vary from "You found Nothing... That's right. You found Nothing" to Rare Candies, Evolution Items and other useful items. You can use a Hidden Item Location Guide or simply try to find these yourself. Items such as Rare Candies will easily make you upwards of 15k per. _____________________________________________________________ Farming. Early in the game this simply isn't an option if time and speed are something you are concerned about. This is only useful if you have an appropriate Sync for a Rare Pokemon in an area (Spawn Guide & Rarity Guide) and understand the mechanics of IVs/Nature/Ability (IV/EV/Team Building Guide) - the latter being particularly important as this allows you to understand what is worth selling and what isn't - and roughly how much you can sell it for. Another form of farming also isn't particularly beneficial until later in the game, but is worth mentioning, is locations such as Victory Road (Prior to Kanto E4), Dragons Den and Cerulean Cave - these contain high level Pokemon who give a pretty decent amount of money per battle, this is definitely one to keep in mind for later on and are good locations to also level Pokemon to 100. Dig spots. Dig spots reset every 3 days, Trainers every 7 and Bosses every 11-15 days. All of these are very effective methods of making some extra money on the side - however are also a later feature in the game. Dig sites can contain Pokemon, useful items and in some cases Fossils or items that are sellable to the Item Maniac (Dig Spot Guide - this guide is currently outdated but a very good place to start, I will update this link when it is either updated and/or I find a full up-to-date Guide). Trainers. I have noticed that if I leave all my Trainers to do in one day, I can make on average 100k per region - this also includes trainer battles inside gyms (does NOT include Gym Leader, these cannot be battled again once beaten). This can be time consuming but it is also very satisfying not bumping into any trainers for a week when done this way. Bosses. Boss battles themselves can give anywhere from 4k to over 90k, depending on the boss. It is also the boss rewards that we are interested in here, for example Erika has a chance of Larvesta - which is a very popular Pokemon that can fetch a good price, or save you both time and money if you intend to use it for PvP. There are also "Pokedex Pokemon", such as Audino from Shary&Shaui. You can profit from obtaining one multiple times by using it for Pokedex service. Excavation Sites. Excavation Sites are another great source of income, for players who are more advanced in the storyline. This Guide to Excavation Sites is incredibly useful if you are unsure of how these work, or what you can expect from Excavation. Daily Quests. Celadon and Solaceon dailies may not seem much at first, but the rewards quickly add up over time. >Celadon daily quest < will give you a small money reward every time, in addition to a plethora of items, with a guaranteed shiny Pokemon after you have completed it 50 times. Keep in mind that it is worth doing even if you do not have time to catch a Pokemon with amazing IVs every time; you will still get the money reward and some items. > Solaceon daily quest < may not directly give money, but you get useful items such as Revival Herbs, Ultra Balls and possibly even a Reroll Ticket, which is always in high demand and is worth a decent amount. ________________________ Daycare and PokeDex Services. Some players will lend their Pokemon to fill out someone's Pokedex, this is primarily used for those interested in obtaining legendaries such as Mew and Celebi - which require a full regional dex relating to the one they are a part of. As mentioned before, rarer Pokemon such as Elekid/Porygon2 will sell considerably higher and open the door to cash in on a single Pokemon multiple times. I do advise caution when running a Pokedex service, please ALWAYS screenshot your Trades - this is something you should do regardless of running a service or not, but the rarer the Pokemon, the higher the chance of a scam - when running a dex service also screenshot your chat log showing the agreement that the Pokemon is to be returned after the Trade. If this ever happens to you, please report in the Report Center subforum. In regards to Daycare, some players will level your Pokemon for you for a fee - this is something that could be done yourself if this is something you're interested in donating your time to. Again, ensure that screenshots of all Trades and agreements are made as a form of insurance if things are to go awry. Opening Your Shop. Forums are your friend. They remain a good way to sell Pokemon, since unlike Trade channel, your post is fixed. This allows for a lot more control over your sale, and gives buyers time to think carefully about their purchase and results in a fair price that reflects the Pokemon more accurately. Pokemon used in Ranked PvP or Collector Pokemon (e.g. Event/Shiny Pokemon) generally receive good prices. The best way to make money from your finds are to EV Train and level the Pokemon to 100, this also adds value to Pokemon that are not so good - but are suitable for story. Some Non-Rare Pokemon that will generate a relatively quick sale, for beginners. ________________________________________ We've covered making money, now here's a few tips on how to keep ahold of it. Pokeballs. There is a Team Rocket NPC in Celadon and Goldenrod Marts, selling 50 Pokeballs for $9,000. This is a $1,000 saving per 50 Pokeballs, which adds up over time. Escape Ropes. Ned outside Mt Moon that sells five Escape Ropes for $2,000. This is a $750 saving per 5 Ropes. Berries. Shelbie in the Route 104 House sells five Berries daily for $100. The type of berry rotates weekly. Supplements. Energy Guru in Slateport City sells 10 of a chosen Supplement (such as HP Up, Calcium, Iron etc) for $40,000 once every two weeks. This is half price when compared to 10 bought normally. NPC Quests. Speak to NPCs everywhere you go, they will give you quests that may result in a few extra useful items: NPC Pokemon. NPCs in various locations will ask you to swap Pokemon with them, some of these can be particularly rare such as Mr. Mime or Goodra. Farming & Selling Your Own Pokemon. This may seem an obvious one, but simply limiting the Pokemon you buy unless they give multiple returns (such as investing in Pokemon to be used for a Pokedex Service) can save you a lot of money, and when specifically farming and selling your own, this is virtually 100% profit.
  6. System Requirements. Operating Systems: Windows Vista+, Mac OS X 10.7+, Ubuntu 10.10+. Graphics Card: DX9 (shader model 2.0) capabilities; generally everything made since 2004 should work. CPU Speed: 2Ghz+ Processor recommended. Ram: 2GB+ recommended. Download Sources: Homepage Downloads Update Logs Preparing your Download. 1. Clear your device entirely of all clients, previous and current versions. Also empty the Trash to ensure they are no longer accessible at all. 2. Visit System Preferences> Security & Privacy> General. It will look like this: 3. Unlock your Settings by clicking the padlock, this will prompt a password if you use one. After doing this, make sure that "Allow Apps Downloaded From: Anywhere" is selected as shown in the image above. An alternative: Select "Mac App Store and identified developers" instead of "Anywhere". When you reach step 7 you will need to revisit your Security & Privacy Settings and click a button that says "Open Anyway" - however, I have found this a little unpredictable across multiple tests and can test your patience a little. I definitely prefer "Anywhere" for this particular client, but this is definitely a viable option if you'd like to try it. 4. Now download the client from one of the above sources. 5. Once the client has download it should expand (unzip) itself, if not, you will need to do this manually. You can generally do this by double-clicking or Ctrl+clicking the file. You can also do this by unzipping via Archive Utility as you can see here: 6. Now you may need to move the client to Applications. As seen here, I find mine quite easily by searching "PROMAC" (Update: Client is now called PRO_OSX), and simply selecting and dragging the client to the Applications folder on the left hand side. At this point I also drag the client to my dock to lock it there for future use, just makes things easier - completely optional step though. 7. Now you can try open your client. The icon should jump up and down for a moment, then prompt you with the following message: 8. Click Open when prompted with the message above. Your client should now open and run as normal. If you do the above steps and still cannot connect, try the solution offered in the following thread: https://pokemonrevolution.net/forum/topic/28245-url/
  7. This guide will cover the benefits of the membership perks, as it wasn't written on the forum before. MS Benefits + How to get them How to activate the membership? You need to click on it for manual activation. The benefit is not stacked when you activate more MS medallions (for example you won't get 100% EXP from activating two medallions at the same time) MS exclusive locations Leev Town (After you beat the E4 of Hoenn, you can go there from the docks at Lilicove City, Olivine City or VermilionCity) Safari Exclusive (The most amount of MS pokemon are located there) Sevii Island (Go from Vermilion City dock by talking with the NPC) Amazon Forest (Go from Olivine City docks) Pokemon Tower Underground (Underground of the Pokemon Tower at Lavender Town, Guide Direction here ) More information Membership has only one level and no premium. The green name players mean membership users. Furthermore, you can also have extra spawns in the Excavation Sites. You have also access to the EV train area in Kanto Safari Area, which costs 10k each 20 minutes, with empowered spawns made of pokemons specified to train each Stat you want to train. Useful items in the shop With this item you don't need to have a pokemon with the cut move to get past trees (Requirement: need have HM Cut). Permanent use. It's a substitute item that you can use instead of a pokemon with rock smash. It needed on the sparkling breakables in the excavation sites in Hoenn, but can't be used on Love Island. Permanent use. Recreate your character apparel such as Hair, Skin, Gender, etc (default customize only). One use. Stack to membership bonus. One use. Increases the chance of finding a pokemon with hidden ability from 5% to 25% for 3 days. One use.
  8. There are many services that you can use to upload your photos, and some may relate to your country only. Be aware that if photos are deleted from their host website they will no longer work in a post, as the image will no longer exist. Some hosts also periodically clear images that receive very few views - so some of your images may be lost over time. These are the homepages of the three most-used services: Imgur ○ Lightshot ○ Gyazo You can find How To's for each of these at the bottom of this post. ○ Uploading to forums. 1 At this point you will have the direct link to the image you want to upload. If you do not know how to find the direct link for an image, scroll down to find the service you are using to find a guide on how to get the direct link. 2 The next step is to integrate it into your post. You can go ahead and copy paste your direct link straight into your post, highlight it, then press the Image button OR press the Image button first, then copy paste your direct link between the brackets (If you know the code, you can also go ahead and type this in manually). The image button is highlighted in red: 3 Simply submit your post, and your image will have been added. A correctly linked image will look like this whilst in the post creation area: An incorrectly linked image will appear like this: If you find this happening, you have given the URL of the image domain - not the Direct Link. ○ How to use Imgur. Imgur is the only one of these services in the guide that doesn't require a download, there are a few more steps and you will need to do them every time you want to upload an image. You will also need an image or a screenshot you have already captured. 1 Visit the Imgur Homepage. At the top of the page you will find an option to upload images: 2 When you click the Upload Images button you will be presented with an upload screen. You can either drag and drop from the file location, or find it manually via browsing your computer. Here you can see I've already begun the process of uploading one image, you can tick the box under "Edit" if you'd like to enter the edit screen before uploading. I'm happy with my image so I won't be editing it. Click "Start Upload" to begin uploading. 3 Now you've uploaded your image you will come to the image page. to progress you need the url of the image (not of the image page). To find the url of the image, drag and drop the image into the browser search bar, or find it to the right of your image - this is highlighted in red. ○ How to use Lightshot. There is already a useful guide on how to use Lightshot so I won't show that in this post. It can be found here: https://pokemonrevolution.net/forum/topic/10699-url/ ○ How to use Gyazo. Gyazo is my personal favourite, since once it's downloaded, I can also use it to capture screenshots and resize them. There is also a handy draw feature which is nice for highlighting certain points. 1 After you've downloaded Gyazo, it's useful to put it in a place with easy access - such as locking it to your dock/taskbar. Simply click the Gyazo Icon and it will allow you to screenshot an area. Just click and drag to size. 2 A few seconds after taking your screenshot with Gyazo, it will automatically open a link in your browser in a new tab. Here you can select options to Delete, Draw, Share and Copy Link. Select Share as shown in red: Another option here is to simply click and drag the image into the browser search bar. 3 Again, like Imgur, we want the direct link for the image to upload properly. So select that here and get it ready for copy & pasting. Contributor: Daeon (Creator), Shaui
  9. Greetings, I had in mind to create a list for you guys to ease your gameplay. Here's what I got: /player or /playertime ~ Displays the date of your accedence and shows the amount of played hours. /online or /on ~ Shows the current player count on the server. /inspect playername ~ Used to inspect players. Note that other players have to be near you in order to make it work. /pm yourname-=-playername ~ Grants the possibility to message players without having them on your friendlist or seeing them ingame or in chat. /cgjoin channelname ~ Joins/creates a private channel. Note that these channels only last until a server crash or a manual reboot took place. /cgleave channelname ~ Leaves a private channel. /ignore playername ~ Nothing much to add. Ignore mode lasts until a server crash or manual reboot took place. /unignore playername ~ Removes ignore mode. /friend playername ~ Sends a query to add the player to your friendlist. You'll receive a notification as soon as an user is online if you added them on your list. Staff cannot add non-staff players to their friendlist and vice versa. /trade playername ~ Sends an invitation to trade to the player. Note that both participating players have to be in the same Pokemon Center. /battle playername ~ Sends a battle request to the player (Unranked PvP!) Note that both players must be anywhere but a Pokemon Center. /pvp ~ Displays your stats in the chat: Total Wins, Losses and Disconnects (Unranked PvP) /happy 1-6 ~ Checks the happiness of your Pokemon. Type 1-6, dependent on the slot of your Pokemon in your party. Also, it can be used to check Pokemon's ID. /pokedex or /dex ~ Displays the amount of caught/seen Pokemon in the chat and shows the evolution count. Guild commands: Commands only available to Guild Leaders: /gcreate ~ Creates a guild. Note that you need 400K Pokedollar and at least 100 hours ingame to do so. /gdisband ~ The guild will be disbanded if you type that command in the chat bar. Be aware that it can't be undone once it was typed. /gmotd ~ Allows you to set/change the message of the day shown at your guild menu. /ginvite playername ~ Sends an invitation to the user to join your guild. Commands available to Guild Members: /gjoin ~ Type that in the chat once you've received an invitation to join a guild. Note that you can be only member of one guild at a time. /gleave ~ Type that command to leave the guild. Credits to Qhinn (Creator), nightjay, JollyolNathan, LeoChaos, Carlito2 for participating.
  10. ⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯ Hey everyone! This guide is to help players unlock the Subway System, as it is PRO's alternative to quick travelling due to the fact that players are not allowed to use Fly outside of battle. The subway system works for Kanto and Johto only; if you wish to unlock fast travelling for Hoenn and Sinnoh, do the Hoenn Teleport Quest. There aren't any requirements to start the quest, however, you'll need to be Kanto Champion in order to use the subway and train. Keep in mind that to fully complete the quest, you'll need $50,000 Pokedollars, a Nocturnal Feather, and a Bicycle to access Route 16. ⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯ To start the quest, talk to the Subway Manager in Saffron City at the Saffron Railway Station. He'll tell you that the system is not working at the moment because their biggest sponsor, Yorkie, has issues with his farm and needs help on Route 16. Upon learning that Yorkie needs help, head to Route 16 and talk to him. He'll ask you to find his brother to retrieve the parcel. Although Yorkie has no idea where his brother is, he lets you know that he can only be in Kanto. There are five spots that Yorkie's brother can be at, and every player has a chance of Yorkie's brother being in one of these locations, so be sure to check them all! After finding Yorkie's brother, he'll ask you for $50,000 Pokedollars in return for the parcel. After that, head back to Route 16 to talk to Yorkie and give him the parcel back. He'll want to reward you but first, he'll ask you to retrieve a Nocturnal Feather to prove how much you love Pidgeys! To obtain a Nocturnal Feather, you can either buy it from other players in Trade Chat, or you can hunt it yourself by using a Pokemon that knows Covet or Thief and using one of those moves on Pidgeotto in Route 16 during the morning or night. More information about hunting them can be found in the Hunting Nocturnal Feather part of this guide. After retrieving a Nocturnal Feather, talk to Yorkie again and give it to him! As a reward, you'll receive HM Fly, and the subway system will start working again. After talking to the Subway Manager in Saffron Railway Station again, all the guards blocking access to the subway will leave, but keep in mind that you will need to be Kanto Champion in order to use them. Well, that's it! Great job on completing the quest. You can now use the subway system! It'll be $2,500 for traveling within the same region, and $5,000 for traveling between Kanto and Johto. ⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯ The Nocturnal Feather is only dropped by Pidgeotto that inhabit Route 16. As of June 23rd, 2018, the drop rate for the Nocturnal Feather has been buffed to 25%. The following techniques can be used to facilitate the hunt for it. Contribution Leotosi, the original owner and creator of this thread. Shary and Nebulas, for the Nocturnal Feather image.
  11. Complete Kanto Walkthrough Hello, I've created this guide to help out the newer players who may be struggling with progressing in the story. In this guide, I will go over how to beat the Kanto region's story; from the intro to the Elite 4. Hopefully, you can find use of it and it helps you Throughout the guide, I will be linking other guides for side quests or other peoples guides on certain story quests. This is because I believe it's important to credit the people who have already put in the effort to make helpful guides. Guides that I don't find a place for or guides that I feel are important to be included will be linked at the bottom of this post. For the users who have been wanting me to create a Johto guide, you can find it in the link provided below. Apologies for not creating it myself, sooner. I got burned out from the game and the guide was left half complete in my documents. Luckily, SugarRed9 has completed her own. It follows the same structure as this guide so everything should be familiar to the new players who are following along. Arielgg has also made the Hoenn and Sinnoh guides, so be sure to give a big thanks to her! Johto Guide Hoenn guide Sinnoh Guide To get the most out of this guide, please use CTRL+F to search for the part that you're looking for. The index A place of reference to help you better find what you're looking for. Introduction Pallet Town Route 1 Viridian City Viridian Forest Pewter City Route 3 Mt. Moon Route 4 Route 25 & 25 Cerulean City Route 5 & 6 SS Anne Vermilion City Diglett's Cave Rock Tunnel Route 8 & 9 Celadon City Lavender Town Route 12, 13, 14 & 15 Fuschia City Journey to Saffron Saffron City Journey to Cinnabar Cinnabar Island Viridian City Gym Victory Road Kanto Elite 4 Finishing Kanto and starting Johto The guide Introduction WELCOME TO PRO! Once you start a new game on any of the two servers, you will be greeted by Professor Oak. From here you can design your character; please note, you cannot change your character's appearance without buying the Magic Mirror from the coin shop. So chose wisely. Once you have chosen your character you will be spawned into the intro world. Follow the dirt path South until you reach Oak; talk to him then continue the path. Eventually, you will reach Mew, it will flee and you can continue the path. Once you reach your mother she will start crying about how much she will miss you, once her dialogue is over you will be teleported to Pallet Town. Pallet Town Once you spawn in Pallet Town you should leave your home and walk to Professor Oak's Lab, which is at the Southeast of your home. Once there you will be given the option to chose your starter Pokémon. You will also be given your Pokédex. When choosing your starter you have 4 options; Squirtle, Bulbasaur, Charmander and Pikachu. By choosing Pikachu you unlock an extra side quest where you are able to obtain Ash's hat. Link to guide. To chose Pikachu you must click "No." on all three starters. After choosing your starter you can exit Oak's Lab and return home. Talk to your mother then go upstairs and pick the two items on the floor. You will receive 5 Pokéballs and 5 Potions. Now, leave your house and walk outside. You will notice an Eevee with an orange name. Talk to it and you will trigger a scene with Jackson, your rival. Talk to Jackson to battle him. If you lose a battle you will drop 5% of your money. Once you finish the fight you should continue North to Route 1. Route 1 Now that you have left Pallet Town you must continue North, to Viridian City. On your way you can talk to the NPC with the brown coat for a free potion. There are also 3 hidden potions behind this tree. Viridian City Once you enter Viridian, the first thing you will see is a Rare Candy. This Rare Candy will respawn once every 7 days. There is also a trainer here who will trade her Oddish for a Pidgey that has 15 IVs or more in Speed and Attack. If you chose Charmander or Pikachu I recommend this trade as it will greatly help with the first gym. Before you continue the story I recommend training your Pokémon to around level 10. Use Route 22 to train your Pokémon. Once you are ready for Jackson, enter the school building and go to the lower floor. Confront Jackson and you will battle him. His Eevee is now level 8. If you lose to Jackson then you will have to talk with the Receptions and then return to Pallet Town and ask his mom to come and move him. His house is the one next to yours. If you beat Jackson then you are free to move on to Viridian Forest. Head North to Route 2 and continue until you reach the stop house. Viridian Forest When you're in Viridian Forest you will find Viridian Maze. The entire maze is pitch black so you will need HM Flash to go through it. Use this guide to help find your way. Link to guide. Outside of the maze is a boy who has lost his Pidgey to a Team Rocket Grunt. Accept his quest and go into the maze. After defeating the Rocket Grunt you can return to the boy and you will receive 15 Pokéballs and an Escape Rope as a reward. Go back into the maze and talk to the girl on a motorbike, she gives you the option to learn headbutt. You should do this as headbutt is quite useful for finding berries and rare Pokémon. Once you've done everything you can in the maze, start to make your way through the forest. Make sure to battle all the trainers as they're a good source of EXP. After you reach the end of the forest you will exit on Route 2. Use the tall grass here to train your Pokémon to level 15 if they aren't already. Pewter City There isn't much to do in Pewter City except for defeating the gym. Once you enter the city you will be greeted by Team Rocket outside of a Pokécenter. Talk to them then continue to the gym. Brock uses Rock Type so water, grass and fighting are your best options. He uses a Geodude and an Onix. I recommend you level your Pokémon to around level 15 for this gym. After beating Brock he will reward you with the Boulder Badge. By receiving the Boulder Badge you can now use Headbutt and Flash outside of battle if your Pokémon has 150 happiness or more. You also can buy TM34 - Bide from the man near the entrance. When you leave the gym you will talk to Red for the first time. Complete his dialogue and continue to Route 3. Route 3 Again, there isn't much to do on Route 3 except for fighting a load of trainers. Once you reach the Pokécenter at the other side you can enter it and purchase a Magikarp. Outside at the entrance to Mt. Moon, there is a salesman who will sell you 5 Escape Ropes for $2,000. You save $500 with this deal. Mt. Moon Mt. Moon can be a bit of a maze to newer players. When trying to get to the other side you should avoid the first 2 ladders as they only lead you to dig spots. Instead continue on the first floor until you reach the ladder at the end. There is also a free Moon Stone here which can be useful later on. Continue walking through until you reach Mt. Moon B2F, defeat the Rocket Grunts and talk to the scientist. He will battle you for the fossils that he found. After defeating him you are allowed to chose one to keep. On the left is the Helix fossil which gives you Omanyte and on the right is the Dome fossil which will give you a Kabuto. After you take a fossil you can walk forwards a little and battle Jesse and James. After you defeat them you can continue to the exit. Route 4 There isn't anything to do on Route 4 except for battling a few trainers and headbutting a few trees. Continue walking East until you reach Cerulean City. When you get to Cerulean City heal your Pokémon and walk North to Route 24. Route 24 & 25 Once you defeat them all you can progress to Route 25 where you will meet a team Rocket Grunt. Talk to him and you will receive a free Nugget (And a surprise battle :3) After beating him, start to walk East. Defeat the trainers and arrive at Bill's house. Once inside, talk to Bill and he will ask for your help. He has lost his research book and if you can find it for him he will reward you. You might get tired after looking through all his bookshelves and resort to help chat or this guide. His research book is under his pillow, take it and talk to Bill again to receive your reward; a ticket to the SS Anne. Cerulean City After you return to Cerulean City you should start to train your Pokémon to around level 25. Use the trainers from the nearby routes and the tall grass on Route 24 to help level them. Once you feel like your Pokémon are strong enough you can challenge the gym. Misty uses Water Type Pokémon so grass or electric types will work well against her. She uses a Poliwag, a Horsea and a Starmie. I recommend you level your Pokémon to around level 25 for this gym. After defeating her you will be rewarded with the Cascade Badge which gives you the ability to use HM Cut outside of battle. You can also purchase TM11 - Bubblebeam from the man at the front of the gym. Something to remember in Cerulean City is the bike shop. After you buy the bike ticket from Vermilion you can trade it for a bike here. Route 5 & 6 After defeating the Cerulean gym you should continue south to Route 5. On Route 5 you will find the daycare center however it's good to note that breeding is not in PRO. Instead, the daycare is used to teach your Pokémon egg moves after defeating the Naero boss. This is end game content and won't be covered in this guide, if you want to learn more about bosses then check out this guide: Boss Guide. At the end of Route 5, you will find this underground passage. Use it to travel to Route 6 where you can continue the story. Once you arrive at Route 6 you will be able to battle a few trainers. Make your way to the entrance to Vermilion and talk to Psychic Wade. He will teleport you to an alternate reality where Lance has destroyed Vermilion City. Confront Lance and you will be engaged into a battle with him. He will use his Dragonair which spams Hyper Beam; slowly eliminating each one of your Pokémon. After he beats you, you will be teleported to the Vermilion Pokécenter. Rush back to Wade and talk to him, after you finish talking to him you can progress to Vermilion City and the SS Anne. SS Anne To start the SS Anne quest you will first need to talk to Lt. Surge at the Vermilion Docks.He will return to his gym and you will be able to enter the cruise ship. If you didn't get the SS Anne ticket from Bill then you will have to walk all the way back to Route 25 and complete his quest. When you enter the SS Anne, talk to the usher and he will escort you to your room. Log in to the PC next to your bed and he will move from your doorway. Whenever your Pokémon need healing you should come back to your room and interact with your bed. As you continue you can go into each room of the ship and battle trainers. To maximize your EXP I recommend that you battle all of the trainers on the ship. Make your way to the first floor and enter the kitchen; located on the far left. Make sure you have a Pecha berry to give to the doctor, if you don't have one in your inventory then there will be one in a trash can. Talk to the doctor in the kitchen and offer to help him cure the captain. When you show him the Pecha berry he will tell you to go the second floor and meet Jenson.Go to the second floor and enter the room on the far right. In here you can talk to Jenson who will ask you to find his Blissey in the ballroom as it holds the secret potion. Make your way upstairs again. From there you have the option to beat Jackson again. You might as well as it's some free EXP and he probably deserves it. Continue to the ballroom and head to the upper floor where you will find Jenson's Blissey. Talk to it and it will disappear and leave you with the secret potion.Now you can return to the second floor and find the captain. On the way there you can pick up some leftovers from this trash can, Once you get to the captain's quarters you can give him the potion in return for HM Cut. You can now leave the SS Anne and fight the Vermilion gym.You cannot return to the SS Anne after leaving. Vermilion City Lt. Surge's gym puzzle is probably the most annoying one out of the Kanto gyms. Instead of having something cool like teleporters or... teleporters, he has a bunch of trash cans switches and two of those switches need to be activated in the correct order. When guessing the switches you will mostly see this: However, once you trigger the first switch you will see: You now have to find the second switch in the sequence by going through all the switches again. However, if you click the wrong switch then you'll have to start again, so you better remember where that first switch was. Once you finally find both correct switches you will be able to progress and battle Lt. Surge. Surge specializes in Electric Types so ground type Pokémon will be most effective against him. He uses a Voltorb, Pikachu, Electrode and Raichu. I recommend you level your Pokémon to around level 35 for this gym. Upon beating him you will be rewarded with the Thunder Badge and you'll be able to buy TM24 - Thunderbolt from the man at the entrance. When exploring Vermilion you can go inside this house and receive a free Old Rod. You will need to collect this in order to gain access to the Good Rod and eventually the Super Rod. You can also enter the house next to the Pokécenter and help the boy. Upon paying him $60,000 & giving him an OT Ditto, Samuel will thank you by giving you the bike voucher. You can trade this voucher in at the Cerulean Bike store to receive your bike and gain access to the bike route. Diglett's Cave After you are done in Vermilion, head East to Route 11. Here you can talk to a karate expert outside of Diglett's Cave and he will move out the way.Enter the cave and follow it through to Route 2. Once there you should head South to the stophouse. Talk to Oak's aide and he will check your Pokédex. You need to have caught 10 different species of Pokémon. You can check your caught data by going to your Pokédex and looking at the number next to "Owned." Now that you have HM Flash you can go back to Cerulean City and go East to Route 9. Rock Tunnel After travelling through Route 9 and beating the trainers there, you will have to enter Rock Tunnel. However, similar to Viridian Maze, Rock Tunnel is pitch black so you will have to teach one of your Pokémon HM Flash.To use Flash outside of battle you have to, first, click the Pokémon in your party and then click the move "Flash." Now your vision should be a lot better. Follow the cave through, it's mostly linear but if you are having issues finding the correct ladders then here they are in order. Once you escape Rock Tunnel, head South to Lavender Town. Upon arrival you will hear two guards talking about crime in Celadon City. Since you cannot do anything in Lavender Town yet you must go West to Route 8. Route 7 & 8 There are a lot of trainers on Route 8 which means there is a lot of EXP to be gained. There is also a hidden abandoned Growlithe behind this tree. After beating the trainers on Route 8 go to the underground tunnel and continue East to Route 7. There is nothing interesting on Route 7 so continue to Celadon City. Celadon City When you arrive at Celadon City the first thing you might notice is Sergeant Rick. Team Rocket has set up base in the Gamecorner and Rick needs help infiltrating it. To start the quest you need to offer your help. Enter the Gamecorner and talk to Greg. He will lead you downstairs. Once you are downstairs, talk to Greg again and he will leave. However, clumsily, he will forget his lift key. Pick it up and use the lift at the bottom of the hideout. Use the lift to go to B2F where you will meet Jackson. Fight him and defeat him in a battle. When you beat him he will get really upset and alert Team Rocket of your whereabouts. Walk around and you will be captured by Team Rocket. Whilst in this room you can use the crates to hoist yourself over the wall and attempt an escape. If a Team Rocket member sees you then you will be transported back to where you started. In B2F there is a large maze with some items scattered around it. Go through the maze, following the red arrows and exit the maze with the green arrow. Once you collect all the items go down the second flight of stairs to B3F and fight Greg. After you beat him go through the smaller maze and down the staircase. Once you're in B4F defeat the Supervisor to get the Card Key. Go back upstairs to B2F and through the large maze again. Take the lift to B4F and use the Card Key on the hidden door. Fight Giovanni and after you defeat him he will run from the building. You can now pick up the Silph Scope from Giovanni's table. You now need to look in each receptor for an Eevee. There are 2 receptors in Giovanni's room, 1 on the other side of B4F and 2 more on B3F. After you find the Eevee you can now leave the Gamecorner and talk to Sergeant Rick. He will reward you for your hard work with the Eevee that you just saved. Now that you've beaten Giovanni you can talk to these Team Rocket members and they will run from the city. You now have access to the Celadon gym. Heal your Pokémon and go challenge it. Erika specializes in Grass Type Pokémon so fire, poison, bug and ice type Pokémon will help you a lot. She uses 3 Pokémon, a Victreebell, an Ivysaur and a Vileplume. I recommend you level your Pokémon to around level 45 for this gym. After you beat her you are given the Rainbow Badge which gives you access to trading with other players. This opens the option to do evolutionary trades which can be useful later on. You can also buy TM21 - Mega Drain from the man at the front of her gym. Exit the gym and you will be put into a battle with Red. Just like Lance's Dragonair he is highly over-levelled compared to you so defeat is almost inevitable. Once the battle is over you can head back to Lavender Town. Lavender Town When you arrive at Lavender Town the first thing you should do is snoop around Mr. Fuji's house. There will be some notes on his desk; interact with them and continue to Lavender Tower. Enter Lavender Tower and work your way to the top floor. You won't need to worry about going back to heal your Pokémon as half way up there is a Nurse Joy. When you get to the 6th floor you will have to use the Silph Scope to reveal the spirit of a Marowak which is blocking your path. You can't catch it so once you KO it move on to the 7th and final floor. There you will have to defeat a few Team Rocket Grunts and save Mr. Fuji. Once you save him he will reward you with the Poké Flute. Leave the tower and return to Mr. Fuji's house and engage in some dialogue with him. When he is finished talking you can go South of Lavender Town to Route 12. Route 12, 13, 14 & 15 Follow Route 12 South until you find the sleeping Snorlax. Use the Poké Flute to wake it up and try you best to capture it. Once you either KO or capture it you can now use the stophouse to the left for a faster way to get to Vermilion City. In the upper floor of the Route 11 stophouse there is another Oak's aide who will give you Dig after you capture 30 different Pokémon. Continue South on Route 12 until you reach a small patch of grass. There is a hidden rare candy here that respawns once every 14 days. Pick it up and continue the wooden path to Route 13. On Route 13 there is a large maze with a lot of trainers in it and at the end of it, Berry Tower.You can battle in Berry Tower and win.. you guessed it, berries. If you don't need berries then continue the path South to Route 14. Once on Route 14 head Southwest to Route 15 then finally follow Route 15 West until you reach Fuschia City. Fuschia City Unlike some other cities, the first thing you should do in Fuschia is defeat the gym. Janine, the leader of the gym has many other lookalikes in her gym and you have to work your way through them and an invisible maze. Follow this route to battle each trainer and get to the gym leader. Janine uses Poison Type Pokémon so ground and psychic type Pokémon will easily take care of her. She uses a Crobat, 2 Weezings, an Ariados and a Venomoth. I recommend you level your Pokémon to around level 55 for this gym. After you beat her you will be rewarded with the Soul Badge. You can also buy TM6 - Toxic from the clerk at the front of her gym. When you leave the gym walk south until you meet Victor on the beach. Battle him and he will tell you where to find HM Surf. You can also teach any Pikachu Surf if and only if you chose Pikachu as your starter. Head to the North side of Fuschia and enter the Safari Building. Here you can pay $5,000 for 20 minutes of safari time. When you are teleported to the Safari Entrance follow these directions to get to Safari Area 3: East to Safari Area 1 -> North-East to Safari Entrance -> West to Safari Area 2 -> South to Safari Area 3 When you get there, enter this house and HM Surf will be waiting for you on the wooden table. From here you can also enter the Safari Exclusive Area if you bought a membership to PRO. More info on Membership only areas can be found here. Now that you have HM Surf you can either use up the rest of your safari time looking for rare Pokémon or you can use an escape rope to be teleported to your last used Pokécenter. Before you leave Fuschia City, make sure to visit the Fishing Guru's house where you can purchase the Good Rod for $15,000. You must have the Old Rod first in order to buy the Good Rod. Journey to Saffron From Fuschia City you can either head West to Route 18 and follow the Bike Route to Celadon City (Require the bike quest to be completed to enter this area) or head East and go back to Lavender Town When trying to enter Saffron you will be told by the stophouse guards that they will only let you pass if you give them some Lemonade. To get the Lemonade you will have to return to Celadon City and go to the Celadon Mart. Go to the top floor of the Mart and purchase one Lemonade from the vending machine. Before you leave the Celadon Mart you can talk to this Thief and complete hist side quest to unlock TM46 -Thief. Here is a link to a guide on the quest. Take the Lemonade to one of the stophouse guards and give it to him. He will tell the other guards to let you in in the future. Saffron City The first thing you should do is visit the Saffron Dojo. In there you can fight some trainers for some easy EXP and once you defeat Koichi you can take either Hitmonlee or Hitmonchan. After you are done here you can progress to Silph Co. When you arrive at Silph Co. your first impression might be that you have to spend 20 minutes spamming warp panels until you get it correct. However, this isn't the case as a matter of fact, you only need to use 2 warp panels to get to Giovanni. But I highly recommend taking your time and battling all the Team Rocket Grunts to gain as much EXP as you can. Once you feel that you are ready then go to the 3rd floor and take the first warp panel. Then take the next panel opposite the bed. Once you use those warp panels you will have to battle Blue to prove that you're ready to fight Giovanni. After beating Blue you can fight Giovanni. Make sure to be over-levelled or bring some potions as he seems to cause some issues for many players. After you beat Giovanni he will flee from the building and you can talk to the Silph Co. Director. As a reward, he will give you a Master Ball some Rare Candies. You're now finished with Silph Co. Make your way to the Pokécenter and heal your Pokémon for the 6th gym. To most the Saffron Gym puzzle can be both confusing and frustrating, it's almost as bad as Vermilion's puzzle. However, similar to the Silph Co. warp pads I've put together an image that shows you the fastest way to Sabrina. Simply follow these directions: Up -> Down -> Down -> Left. Sabrina is the Psychic Type gym leader. Bug, ghost and dark type Pokémon are recommended to ensure a victory. Sabrina uses a Hypno, Mr. Mime, Espeon and an Alakazam. I recommend you level your Pokémon to around level 65 for this gym. After beating it you will be rewarded with the Marsh Badge and you'll be able to purchase TM29 - Psychic from the man at the front of the gym. Journey to Cinnabar There are two ways that you can travel to Cinnabar Island from. You can surf either South from Pallet Town or Southwest from Fuschia. If you surf from Pallet Town then you'll encounter a few trainers and eventually arrive at the North side of Cinnabar. If you surf from Fuschia, however, you will have to go through the Seafoam Islands. You can also surf Southeast from Fuschia to start the free Arcanine mount quest. If you chose the Seafoam Route then you'll eventually surf to these islands. Enter through the cave entrance and walk East in the cave. There is no need to use any ladders unless you're looking to level your Pokémon. Just carry on East until you reach the exit. After you exit the islands, continue to surf West until you reach Cinnabar Island. Cinnabar Island Once you arrive at Cinnabar Island, if you talk to the guard outside the gym he will tell you that you need to bring him a key which is hidden in the Cinnabar Mansion. Enter the Mansion and go to the second floor. From there you should take the staircase at the North side of the second floor. When you reach the 3rd floor you are given the option to enter one of five doors. Each one will lead you to a different location in the mansion; some lead you outside of the mansion. When you find the correct door you should end up in B1F. Head to the west side of the room and interact with the bookshelves. You will pass through the wall and be able to take the Mansion Key. When you retrieve the key from Cinnabar Mansion you can talk to the guard outside of the gym and he will leave, allowing you to pass. Work your way through the gym and it's trainers until you reach the last trainer on the first floor. There will be a small scene between Lt. Surge and Blaine involving Mew. When Mew leaves you can go downstairs and find Blaine. Blaine is the Fire Type gym leader. Water, ground and rock type Pokémon will help you defeat him. He is the first gym leader to use 5 Pokémon. Those being Arcanine, Rapidash, Charizard, Ninetales and Magmar. I recommend you level your Pokémon to around level 75 for this gym. Defeating Blaine will give you the Volcano badge, you can also buy TM35 - Flamethrower from the man at the front of his gym. You also gain access to the fossil recovery room at the Cinnabar Research Lab. Finally, now that you've defeated the 7th gym you are allowed to enter the fossil recovery room at the Cinnabar Research Lab. From here you can revive any fossils that you pick up on your journey. In the lab, you can also talk to Davis and receive a free Porygon after you have 100 caught data on your Pokédex. Viridian City Gym When you're done at Cinnabar Island you can head North to go back to Pallet Town. From there continue to head North to Viridian City.If you were taking your time with the story that Rare Candy might've respawned. Anyways, go to the gym and enter it. Inside you will meet Blue and he'll tell you about how strong Giovanni really is. If you feel like you're prepared then continue. Despite Giovanni having 6 Pokémon with him, he will only use one. His Armoured Mewtwo; a Steel/ Psychic type. Dark, ground, ghost and fire type Pokémon will be extremely useful in this battle. I highly recommend you level your Pokémon to around level 85 before challenging this gym. By beating Giovanni you are rewarded with the Earth Badge and access to the Kanto Elite 4. You can also buy TM26 - Earthquake at the gym. Giovanni will now disband Team Rocket and never be seen again. Victory Road To get to Victory Road you will have to head West of Viridian City, through Route 22. Talk to the guards outside of the reception and they will let you pass. Once you're inside, head North and meet Red. He will battle you and probably completely destroy you again. After the battle is over he will move and you'll be free to go through Victory Road. Go through and beat all the trainers as you really need the EXP for the Elite 4. As you make your way through and come to the exit you will encounter Moltres. (You might not see it due to the mass amounts of players in the area, but it's right in front of the exit.) Interact with it to initiate a battle. Something to note is that you can not catch Moltres. Currently, the only legendary Pokémon that you can catch are Mew, Celebi, Jirachi, one of the Legendary Dogs (Suicune, Raikou, Entei), Heatran, one of the Legendary Lake Trio (Azelf, Uxie, Mespirit), one of the Eons (Latios, Latias), Phione and Genesect. After you KO it you can move through the exit and into the Indigo Plateau. Here you will see two building and Youngster Joey. As you're doing the Kanto Elite 4 you will need to go to the East building. As you walk there you will be congratulated by all the Kanto gym leaders as well as your mother. Now that you've beaten Victory Road it is time for you to train your Pokémon so they are ready for the Elite 4. Use the exit of Victory Road as a hotspot for EXP. Alternatively, you can travel back to Seafoam Islands and use the lower floors to level up your Pokémon. Once your Pokémon each reach around level 90 you will be ready for the Elite 4. Stock up on potions and revives and enter via the door at the back of the center. Kanto Elite 4 Lorelie is the first member of the Kanto Elite 4. She specializes in Ice and Water type Pokémon. Her party consists of a Dewgong, Slowbro, Lapras, Jinx and Cloyster. Electric type Pokémon can wipe this team with ease. After defeating her you will be allowed to progress to the next member of the E4. Continue to the room behind her where you will meet your next challenge. Bruno, the second member of the Elite 4 is a Rock and Fighting type expert. He uses an Onix, Hitmonchan, Hitmonlee, Machamp and another Onix. Using Psychic type Pokémon will aid you in this fight, however, Bruno is probably the easiest member of the Elite 4. By beating him you will be allowed to progress to the next member of the Elite 4, Agatha. Agatha is the third member of the Elite 4. She is a Poison and Ghost type trainer. She uses a Gengar, Crobat, Haunter, Arbok and a Mega Gengar. Similar to Bruno, using Psychic type Pokémon will help you greatly in this fight. Sucker Punch is also an easy way to take out her strong ghost Pokémon. After you beat her you can pass to Lance, the final member of the Elite 4. Lance is the final member of the Elite 4 and specializes in Dragon Type Pokémon. He uses his Gyarados, Dragonair, Dragonite, Aerodactyl, Tyranitar and Charizard. Four of which aren't dragon type Pokémon. Water and Electric type Pokémon can wipe this team off the face of the earth. Upon beating him he will allow you to pass to the Kanto Champion, where you will fight to become the champion of the region. Heal your Pokémon with the potions and revives that you bought and progress to the next room. So I've been calling him Blue this entire time. But his name is actually Gary? Anyways.. Gary is the champion of Kanto, he is a bit of a rebel and doesn't use a monotype team. Instead, he uses a Pidgeot, Alakazam, Rhydon, Arcanine, Mega Blastoise and an Exeggutor. You shouldn't have too much trouble beating him.After he is defeated, he will congratulate you on your victory. Walk behind him and talk to Professor Oak who will bring you back to Pallet Town. Finishing Kanto and starting Johto Now that you're the Kanto Champion you can access Johto. Go back to Oak's lab and talk to him, he will tell you of Johto and how to get there. Now go back to the Indigo Plateau Reception where you fought Red. Walk South and talk to the guards in front of the exit. They will allow you to pass. You can now travel through Route 26 to go to Johto. Continue walking South and you will eventually reach Route 27, from there you should walk West until your reach Tohjo Falls.If you surf North a little you will find an abandoned Crobat. Exit Tohjo Falls and carry on walking West. Start surfing and you will finally reach Johto. BEWARE: Once you enter Johto there is no turning back until you beat the 8th gym. All your Kanto Pokémon will be locked in you PC and you won't be able to use them unlit you beat the 8th gym. If you wanted to do anything in Kanto before you go to Johto you should do it now! If you are ready for Johto then click "Yes" and walk forwards. This concludes my Kanto Walkthrough. Thanks for reading
  12. Hello everyone. I hope you are enjoying the Christmas Event so far. As many people have been having trouble navigating the maps so far, I have decided to post an overview of the main maps and where everything leads in hopes of helping everyone out. [spoiler=Evergreen Island Shore] [spoiler=Evergreen Island Village] [spoiler=Evergreen Island Crystal Cave] [spoiler=Evergreen Island Valley] [spoiler=Evergreen Island Valley Path] [spoiler=Evergreen Island Frozen Cave] [spoiler=Evergreen Island Frozen Path] Kind regards Aspheric
  13. _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Greetings trainers! In this guide I will show you how to get one of the exclusive items of PRO. The Ash Hat! With nothing more to say, let's start the guide! _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ This quest has a little requirement that should've been done beforehand, to be more exact when you start the game. Fulfilling this requirement is only possible at the start of the game. The requirement is: - Have chosen Pikachu as your starter. That would be the only requirement for this guide. If you dont know how to get pikachu as starter, here is a short explanation: When Professor Oak gives you the opportunity to choose a pokemon, you can see 3 pokeballs on the table and 1 behind him on the ground. If you just interact with the pokeball on the ground you can't pick it up. To pick it you have to talk to the 3 other pokeballs on the table and don't pick any of those Pokemons as your starter. After that you are able to pick the pokeball with the thunderbolt on it. This is Pikachu. __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ The procediment to obtain this hat will start in Viridian forest. In Viridian Forest you have to find Ash and battle him: His team is: Pikachu Lvl 11, Pidgeotto Lvl 9 and Butterfree Lvl 10 After you battled him he will dissapear from Viridan Forest. You only need to fight him, if you lose is not a problem. In Route 9 you will meet Ash and his pikachu again, this time he will give you a quest to do. This quest consist of finding the Mankey who stole his cap. To find this specific Mankey we will have to encounter Mankey's and find out which one is holding his cap. The ability Frisk can be a big help as it shows which item the Mankey is currently holding. With Covet and Thief we can steal the item Mankey is holding. Remember; the move Covet or Thief would only work if the pokemon you're using for the move, doesnt have any item equiped To get the move Covet you can do it catching a mankey in the same route. The move Thief is obtainable via one of the quest's of Officer Jenny, if you dont know how to complete them check our guide or click HERE. Regarding the ability Frisk, you can get a Pokémon with the Ability Frist at Route 1. Sentret spawns there at Morning and Day. After you found Ash his cap you need to speak with him. He will notice that he had another cap in his bag. He tells you that you can keep 1 Hat. That would be the end of the quest, enjoy your Ash Hat! Have a great day!
  14. Hey there and welcome to the Arcanine Mount Quest Guide! This guide will teach you how to obtain a free Arcanine Mount. Along with this, it will also teach you where you can get the pokemon needed for this quest. Region: Kanto Route: Route 19, South of Fuchsia. Access Point: Surf East of Route 19. Step 1: Go South of Fuchsia Step 2: Surf East of Route 19 Step 3: Go North to the Arcanine Farm The Arcanine Farmer will ask you to show him a Chansey, Pinsir, and Kangaskhan. Do note that these Pokemon must have your OT. Therefore, they must be caught by you in order for you to turn them in. The Arcanine Farmer will give you an Arcanine Mount in exchange for showing him these Pokemon. The easiest way to find pokemon that spawn in an area is by using the Reborn Bot. You may access the Reborn Bot in the PRO Official Discord or you may invite it to your own server. Nevertheless, here are the locations wherein you can catch the Pokemon required for this quest. Do note that since these pokemon are of high tier, you may not find them immediately. Chansey and Pinsir have a repel spawn. For hunting techniques, feel free to check out our Hunting Guide. Tier: Rare Recommended Areas: Route 13, Route 14, Safari Exclusive (Repel) Do note that the Safari Exclusive requires Membership and you will only have 20 minutes to hunt. Chansey #Map Area Daytime Rarity MS Level Item Breezy Cave Land M/D/N Rare No 17-21 - Cerulean Cave 2F Land M/D/N Rare No 55-62 - Leev Town Port Land M/D/N Rare No 20-24 - Route 13 Land M/D/N Rare No 22-26 - Route 14 Land M/D/N Rare No 27-30 - Route 209 Land M/D/N Rare No 17-21 - Safari Area 2 Land M/D/N Rare No 12-14 - Safari Area 3 Land M/D Rare No 20-22 - Safari Entrance Land M/D/N Rare No 21-26 - Safari Exclusive Land M/D/N Rare Yes 26-31 - Tier: Rare Recommended Areas: Breakers Beach (Repel), Safari Area 1 Safari Area 1 will not require membership. However, you will only have 20 minutes to hunt. Pinsir #Map Area Daytime Rarity MS Level Item Breakers Beach Land M Rare No 40-44 - Bug Catching Area Land M/D/N Rare No 15-19 - Hoenn Safari Zone Area 4 Land M/D Rare No 10-27 - Isolated Forest Land D Rare No 55-60 - Route 229 Land M/D/N Rare No 47-51 - Safari Area 1 Land M/D/N Rare No 29-32 - Safari Exclusive Land M/D/N Rare Yes 21-25 - Azalea Town Headbutt M/D/N No 5-10 - Cherrygrove City Headbutt M/D/N Rare No 5-10 - Route 1 Headbutt M/D/N Uncommon No 2-6 - Route 11 Headbutt M/D/N Rare No 10-20 - Route 117 Headbutt M/D/N Uncommon No 13-16 - Route 14 Headbutt M/D/N Rare No 25-30 - Safari Zone Exclusive Headbutt M/D/N Rare No 21-25 - Amazon Forest Bugsy (Reward) M/D/N - No 15 - Tier: Rare Recommended Areas: Rock Tunnel 1 Do note that Rock Tunnel 1 requires you to have Membership. Safari Area 1 will not require membership. However, you will only have 20 minutes to hunt. Kangaskhan #Map Area Daytime Rarity MS Level Item Breezy Cave Land M/D/N Rare No 17-21 - Breezy Path Land M/D/N Rare No 17-21 - Rock Tunnel 1 Land M/D Rare Yes 20-24 - Safari Area 1 Land M/D/N Rare No 23-28 - Vulcan Cavern Cave Land M/D/N Rare No 35-39 - Cinnabar Lab Room 2 Oak (Reward) M/D/N - No 15 -
  15. . . I hope that this guide helped you with your questions about the Bug Catching Contest. Good luck in the contest! Contribution Nebulas, original owner of the former version of the guide: Bug Catching Contest Guide
  16. Hi there and welcome to the Valley of Steel Guide! This Guide will help you accomplish the quests in the Valley of Steel. It will also provide you with the locations of the different items in the valley. Requirements: Hoenn Champion Fee: 5,000 Pokedollars per entry Region: Hoenn City: Lavaridge Town Access Point: Guard South of Lavaridge Town [spoiler=Valley of Steel ] Step 1: Talk to the Torkoal upon entering the Valley of Steel. [spoiler=Step 1] Step 2: Talk to the Torkoal upon entering Valley of Steel Western Peak. [spoiler=Step 2] Step 3: Battle the pokemon South of the Town at the Western Peak, across the bridge. The Torkoal will ask to join you after you interact with it. [spoiler=Step 3] Step 4: Go to Steven in Valley of Steel Eastern Peak, House 3. It's the house furthest back. [spoiler=Step 4] Step 5: Go back to the area where you found the Torkoal and battle the Steelix. [spoiler=Step 5] Step 6: Go back to Steven, and he'll go to the Valley of Steel Underground. [spoiler=Step 6] Step 7: Talk to the Hiker in the cave and you now have access to the underground and Boss Steven. [spoiler=Step 7] Boss Requirements: ✦ 1 Steel-Type Pokemon ✦ A Pokemon with Iron Defense ✦ 201 hours playtime Boss Team: Armaldo (X-Scissor, Rock Blast, Crush Claw, Slash) Bisharp (Night Slash, Iron Head, Guillotine, Swords Dance) Mawile (Iron Head, Spit Up, Swallow, Stockpile) Aggron (Automize, Double Edge, Metal Burst, Heavy Slam) Klinklang (Hyper Beam, Zap Cannon, Metal Sound, Lock-On) Mega Metagross (Meteor Mash, Hammer Arm, Thunder Punch, Ice Punch) Step 1: Talk to Tim in the Valley of Steel. [spoiler=Step 1] Step 2: Talk to Groon in Route 103. He'll tell you to go to Sootopolis. [spoiler=Step 2] Step 3: Talk to Trinita in Sootopolis City. She will require an Oddish with 146+ IVs. [spoiler=Step 3] Step 4: Turn in the Oddish with 146+ IVs. [spoiler=Step 4] Step 5: Go back to Tim and you'll get a chance to catch a Pawniard! [spoiler=Step 5] Description: Neptuno will give you a quest each day. This can be either be a Battle Quest or an Item Quest. Take note that if you leave the valley, you can no longer complete the quest. Location: Valley of Steel Eastern Peak, House 3 Cooldown: 1 Day Rewards: You will be rewarded with a certain amount of steel coins after completing each quest. You can turn in and check your steel coin balance with Dorothy. ✦ 5 Heal Powder: 20 Steel Coins ✦ 9 Ultra Balls: 12 Steel Coins ✦ 45 Pokeballs: 12 Steel Coins ✦ 3 Revives: 25 Steel Coins ✦ 1 Electirizer: 110 Steel Coins Battle Quests: ✦ Tufo at Western Peak ✦ Tefe at Eastern Peak ✦ Tofu at Western Peak ✦ Tifa at Cave of Steel 1F ✦ Tafi at Cave of Steel 2F Item Quests: You will have to find a certain number of each an item. Below are the locations for each. [spoiler=Tree Sap Locations]✦ Tree by the entrance of Valley of Steel ✦ Tree next to the Flash Cannon Tutor, Center of Valley of Steel ✦ Tree towards the side; across the bridge, South of Western Peak ✦ Tree next to a Eastern House 2, Valley of Steel Eastern Peak [spoiler=Steel Strand Locations]✦ Rock under the bridge, North of Valley of Steel ✦ Rock next to Joe and Mathilda, East of Valley of Steel [spoiler=Dry Branch Locations]✦ Dead bush next to Underground Cave, North of Valley of Steel ✦ Dead bush near Lilly, South of Valley of Steel ✦ Dead bush near Lilly, South of Valley of Steel Trade: Bisharp for Klefki Location: Valley of Steel Eastern Peak Location: Valley of Steel Cost: 12, 000 Pokedollars CAVE OF STEEL 1F (Towards Eastern Peak) CAVE OF STEEL 2F (On your way down to Valley of Steel) VALLEY OF STEEL WESTERN PEAK VALLEY OF STEEL EASTERN PEAK VALLEY OF STEEL
  17. Hi there and welcome to the Trick House Guide! This guide will teach you about the different challenges in the Trick House. It will also inform you on rewards you may obtain. Region: Hoenn Route: Lower Route 110 Access Point: House next to Psychic Wade ✧ Each time you enter, you'll have to find the Trick Master. ✧ Afterwards, you will be tasked to do a challenge. ✧ After completing a challenge, you will be asked to answer a riddle. ✧ Riddles are chosen at random from a list of Riddles which can be found below. ✧ After each challenge, the house goes on its respective cooldowns. ✧ If you leave the house during a challenge, you will have to redo the challenge after the cooldown. ✧ After completing the 6th challenge, future attempts will always lead to the 6th challenge. ✧ If you get the riddle wrong, you can reattempt the challenge for as long as you do not leave the house. Challenge Type: Battle Maze Reward: TM Taunt Cooldown: 1 Day Average Trainer Level: 19 Requirements: Cut/Tree Axe Step 1: Find the Trick Master at the table as shown below. Afterwards, you'll be able to enter the Yellow Banner at the back. Step 2: Obtain each of the 3 scrolls as shown below. Step 3: Turn in the Scrolls to the Trick Master Step 4: Answer the Riddle. Afterwards, interact with the yellow banner at the back and claim your prize. *See Riddle List. Challenge Type: Battle Maze Reward: 5 Great Balls Cooldown: 1 Day Average Trainer Level: 33 Requirements: Rock Smash/Pickaxe Step 1: Find the Trick Master at the plant as shown below. Afterwards, you'll be able to enter the Yellow Banner at the back. Step 2: Obtain each of the 3 scrolls as shown below. Step 3: Turn in the scrolls to the Trick Master Step 4: Answer the Riddle. Afterwards, interact with the yellow banner at the back and claim your prize. *See Riddle List. Challenge Type: Battle Maze Reward: 2 Rare Candies Cooldown: 1 Day Average Trainer Level: 44 Requirements: - Step 1: Find the Trick Master at the left shelf as shown below. Afterwards, you'll be able to enter the Yellow Banner at the back. Step 2: Obtain each of the 4 scrolls as shown below. Step 3: Turn in the scrolls to the Trick Master. Step 4: Answer the Riddle. Afterwards, interact with the yellow banner at the back and claim your prize. *See Riddle List. Challenge Type: Battle Maze Reward: 10 Hyper Potions Cooldown: 1 Day Average Trainer Level: 56 Requirements: - Step 1: Find the Trick Master at the left window as shown below. Afterwards, you'll be able to enter the Yellow Banner at the back. Step 2: Obtain each of the 4 scrolls as shown below. Step 3: Turn in the scrolls to the Trick Master in the upper left corner. Step 4: Answer the Riddle. Afterwards, interact with the yellow banner at the back and claim your prize. *See Riddle List. Challenge Type: Quiz Reward: Magnet Cooldown: 2 Days Requirements: Flash (Recommended) Step 1: Find the Trick Master at the right shelf as shown. Afterwards, you'll be able to enter the Yellow Banner at the back. Step 2: Answer the riddle of each Mechadoll. They will ask a Question from a list of three. The three possible questions for Each Mechadoll is shown below. Step 3: Answer the Riddle. Afterwards, head to the yellow banner in the upper right corner of the room to claim your prize. *See Riddle List. Challenge Type: Tile Maze Reward: First time reward Houndoominite, then randomized from the list below. ✧ 5 Hyper Potions ✧ 5 Max Potions ✧ 5 Ultra Balls ✧ 1 Rare Candy ✧ 1 TM Shadow Ball Cooldown: 3 Days Requirements: - Step 1: Find the Trick Master at the drawers as shown. Afterwards, you'll be able to enter the Yellow Banner at the back. Step 2: Obtain each of the 5 scrolls as shown below. *Blue, Purple, Pink, Yellow, Red, Green Step 3: Turn in the scrolls to the Trick Master Step 4: Answer the Riddle. Afterwards, interact with the yellow banner and claim your prize. *See Riddle List. You will have to answer a riddle each time you complete a challenge. It will taken at random from the list below. The list contains the different questions and their corresponding answers.
  18. Hello everyone and welcome to the Fishing Guide ! This guide will introduce you to the fishing mechanics and its system. Fishing is a special mechanic that allows the player to encounter Pokémon that live in water. When a Pokémon can be obtained through fishing, a Fishing Rod icon appears in the spawn list of each map. ] Keep in mind that fishable Pokémon are tagged with "Fish." There are 3 different types of Rods: Old Rod, Good Rod and Super Rod. To fish, choose your the rod from your backpack, or move it in the hotkey toolbar and select from there, while standing near water and wait 4 seconds. To find out where any Pokemon spawn and what rod they require, you can use the commands ^s pokemon or ^s map on our OFFICIAL PRO DISCORD . Using a Rod of an higher tier than the one required to fish the Pokémon will allow the Player to encounter the Pokemon anyway. Old Rod It is obtainable for free by the fishing guru in a Vermilion City house. Good Rod It is purchasable in Fuchsia City House 1 for 15,000 pokedollars. To be able to buy this, you must first have the Old Rod. Super Rod It is purchasable in Olivine City House 1 (from the desk-bound NPC) for 75,000 pokedollars. To be able to buy this, you must first have the Good Rod.
  19. - Be sure to be Hoenn Champion before starting this quest. - Go Route 114 in Hoenn, find Fossil Maniac Charles in his house and talk to him about the permit. - Now you will have to collect six different fragments spread around all Excavation Sites (excluding Wondrous Site, Briny Site and Draconic Site). - You do not have to enter the sites. Use a Pokemon with Rock Smash and destroy all breakable rocks around the Excavation Sites. Please note that this step is not needed for every player. - Once you have all six fragments collected, come back to Route 114 and talk with Fossil Maniac Charles. He will ask you to pay 100.000 Pokedollar in order to buy the permit. - You are now owner of the Archaeologist Permit and can start visiting the different sites. Feral Site - Fiery Path - East of Lavaridge Town Historical Site - Northern Route 111 Desert - East of Lavaridge Town Haunted Site - Rusturf Tunnel - Near Verdanturf Town Mineral Site - Route 115 - North of Rustboro City Glacial Site - Route 103 - North of Oldale Town Natural Site - Route 119A - South of Fortree City Wondrous Site - Route 114 - West of Fallarbor Town - 3000+ discoveries as requirement Briny Site - Route 124 - West of Mossdeep Town - 6000+ discoveries as requirement Draconic Site - Route 113 - East of Fallabor - 10000+ discoveries as requirement There are different tiers of expertise in archaeology. The tier depends on the discoveries you have made. You get one "Discovery Point" by smashing the rocks inside each site. With every tier you get access to more Pokemon and items. You can check your tier on your Trainer Card. The rocks inside of every Excavation Site respawn every 20h after being broken. You have also a low chance of getting nothing when breaking a rock. - Excavation Ranks: Explorer (1-500 discoveries) Scrounger (501-999 discoveries) Plunderer (1000-1999 discoveries) Relic Hunter (2000-3999 discoveries) Archaeologist (4000-5900 discoveries) Paleontologist (6000-7999 discoveries) Tomb Raider (8000+ discoveries) If you encounter a spawn you're not experienced enough to get, the Pokemon will flee or the item gets destroyed. How many Discoveries you need for each Pokémon rarity is mentioned below. You will however gain one or more "Bonus Discovery Point" each time you'll encounter a Pokemon who fled or if the item gets destroyed. The rock will tell you how many extra points you gained. - Used Rarity Tiers in the guide: Common 0+ Discoveries Uncommon 1000+ Discoveries Rare 2000+ Discoveries Super Rare 4000+ Discoveries Excavation Sites are shiny locked, which means that you are not able to encounter Shiny or Themed Pokemon in the sites. With the exception of Shiny Rocks, which may contain shiny Pokémon. As for all scripted spawns for wild Pokemon, an active BMS won't influence the chance of a hidden ability in the excavation sites. In every site you are able to find "Artifact Pieces", which can be traded in the Historical Site for items and fossils by talking to Artifact Maniac Hastor. Fossils: Vitamins (10 per 70 Artifact Pieces): Consumables: Battle Items: TM Moves: Gems: Evolution Items: Damage-reducing Berries: Mega Stones: All Sites Feral Site Historical Site Haunted Site Mineral Site Glacial Site Natural Site Wondrous Site Briny Site Draconic Site Contribution SyaoranLi, thank you for giving me a lot of useful information to complete this guide. Neroli, original owner of the former version of the guide: Hoenn Excavation Sites Guide
  20. Hello PRO Trainers! We, the staff team, have decided to create this breakdown to go in depth on the EV Zones that have been created by Prehax the Spawn Editor This breakdown will describe the what an EV is, The areas created specifically for EV training, The Pokemon you will find in said locations, and a few Tips that will help you in EV training. We hope this helps everyone in need of it! EV Zones are areas in every region that have specifically built spawns to enhance the proficiency of EV training that would other wise be unavailable in any other areas in the game. a Before we move onto how to EV train we must first cover what an EV is, so that you have a complete understanding of the goal you are trying to achieve on your Pokemon. The EV Zones have a specific area in every region which are special. During a different time of the day you may obtain a specific EV whether it's roaming through the grass or surfing and fishing on the near by waters. Down below I will go in-depth for every Regions specific EV Zone. I have also, added an image guide that also has the times and location and how to encounter Pokemon need for every specific EV With that said, this concludes the in-depth breakdown. If there are any questions or concerns about the guide please let me know in the comments and I will answer as soon as possible. Happy Training! Credits: Prehax, Shinohara, Xylos Work Cited: https://Pokemon.fandom.com & https://www.ign.com
  21. ✖︎ This guide will help you to find a preview of all: ▪︎ Mounts (Land - Surf, sorted via shop: Coin / PvP / PvE) ▪︎ Clothes & Headgear (Sorted via shop: Coin / PvP / PvE) ▪︎ Miscellaneous items and boxes, alongside what they might contain ...findable in-game to customize your character. ✖︎ If you look for a specific item, feel free to ask in the in-game Trade channel or by creating a topic in our Trade Zone sub-forum. ✖︎ All the cosmetic items are listed in this guide. Periodically, new items will be added in the guide, given that they are added in game. ✖︎ You may find Ctrl+F or Ctrl+F useful, if you're seeking a specific item. ✖︎ Due to the consequent amount of items, the page might take time to load. Contributors : 9oomy, Gouseru, Calahan, Neroli, Shinohara [spoiler=Spring Event Mounts 2019] Togekiss Caramel Togekiss Chocolate Togekiss Cotton Candy Togekiss Mint Togekiss Strawberry Togekiss Vanilla [spoiler=Christmas Event Mounts 2018] Xmas Mareep
  22. Hi there and welcome to the Item Recycler Guide! This Guide will teach you about the different items you can turn in to the Item Recycler. It also elaborates on the possible outcomes of your item inputs. Function: Turns your held items, evolutionary stones, and evolutionary items into another item. This is based on the number of items you turn in to the Item Recycler. Requirements: Johto Champion Cooldown: None Region: Johto Access Point: Mt. Mortar Directions: Step 1: Take the middle entrance at Route 42 and take the ladder down. Step 2: Make your way to the northern ladder in Mt. Mortar B1F as shown. Step 3: Make your way up to the ladder at the upper left corner of Mt. Mortar Lower Cave as shown. Step 4: Head to the northern exit in Mt. Mortar Upper Cave. Step 5: Leave Mt. Mortar Northern Entrance at the top right exit. Step 6: Make your way towards the center of Forest Pit. Step 7: Head to the exit inside Lake Cave. ❇ Water Stone ❇ Fire Stone ❇ Thunder Stone ❇ Leaf Stone ❇ Moon Stone ❇ Sun Stone ❇ Shiny Stone ❇ Dusk Stone ❇ Dawn Stone ❇ Metal Coat ❇ Reaper Cloth ❇ Prism Scale ❇ Deep Sea Scale ❇ Deep Sea Tooth ❇ King's Rock ❇ Dragon Scale ❇ Razor Claw ❇ Razor Fang ❇ Black Belt ❇ Black Glasses ❇ Charcoal ❇ Dragon Fang ❇ Hard Stone ❇ Magnet ❇ Miracle Seed ❇ Mystic Water ❇ Never-Melt Ice ❇ Poison Barb ❇ Sharp Beak ❇ Silk Scarf ❇ Silver Powder ❇ Soft Sand ❇ Spell Tag ❇ Twisted Spoon ❇ Leftovers All the can be recycled. You can find a list of Gems here! If you give 1 item: ❇ Revive ❇ Ultra Ball ❇ Full Heal ❇ Ether If you give 10 items, you can get items from different tiers below at random. 1 is the most common tier while 4 is the most rare. *If you give evolution stones, you'll have a smaller chance of getting rarer items. Amount: 5-10 Items: ❇ Revive ❇ Ultra Ball ❇ Full Heal ❇ Ether Amount: 2 Items: ❇ Tiny Mushroom ❇ Honey Amount: 1 Items: ❇ Pearl ❇ Nugget Amount: 1 Items: ❇ Choice Band ❇ Choice Scarf ❇ Choice Specs ❇ Masterball
  23. Hi there and welcome to the PRO General Information Guide. This guide is designed to teach you the basics of PRO. This guide will also inform you on the differences from the original games. You black out once all your pokemon are fainted. When you black out, you are sent to your last visited Pokecenter. You will also lose 5% of your current money each time you black out with a maximum of 50.000 Poké Dollar. As stated in the Suggestions Sticky, breeding was removed to fulfill PRO's goal of becoming an MMO. Breeding would make everyone self-sufficient and would therefore ruin the social, economical, and hunting aspects of PRO. For these reasons, breeding will most likely never be added into the games despite the Eggs Tab in your backpacks. The Eggs Tab currently has no function, but it's there for future updates. For Egg moves, you may access them through the Daycare's Egg Move Tutors. For moves only lower evolutions can learn, there is also a Pre-Evo Tutor at the back of every Daycare. For more information on how to unlock the Daycares and its tutors, please refer to the Egg Moves Guide. Most evolutions in PRO are coded according to the Pokemon games. However, there are some changes to evolutions that have been made to certain pokemon. For more information on changes in evolution, please check out the Evolutions Coded Differently thread. The Happiness Bar of a pokemon can be seen in its Pokemon Information Card. To see the exact value of a pokemon's happiness, do /happy <Slot 1-6>. Happiness can be raised in different ways and a Soothe Bell doubles happiness gained. For more information on how to raise happiness, please check out the Happiness Guide. There are a few Legendaries that are obtainable to players as of now. Darkai and Regice are no longer obtainable. However, they have been available to players in the past due to events. More information on how to catch the currently available legendary pokemon can be found in the Legendary Megathread. There are a bunch of legendaries that are obtainable to players with new additions over time. Some legendaries are only available on seasonal repeating events. More information on how to catch the currently available legendary Pokémon can be found in the corresponding Wiki page. In PRO, you can link pokemon in chats by dragging them from your party or PC into the chat. Linked Pokemon in chat can be clicked. This will allow you to see the Pokemon's IVs, Ability, Current Statistics, Nature, Level, Hidden Power and Gender. Ordinary pokemon are linked in Teal. Shiny Pokemon are linked in Purple. Pink Pokemon are linked in Pink. Event pokemon have their corresponding link colors. Your pokemon are locked each time you enter a new region. You regain access to locked pokemon after the 8th gym of the region you are in. This was done to ensure difficulty and fairness in completing regions. To access your pokemon's Information Card, simply click on your pokemon's icon in your party or your PC. It contains the pokemon's ID Number, Region, Level, Gender, Happiness, Ability, Nature, OT, Moves, Current Statistics, IVs, EVs, and Moves. The white statistic is the Pokemon's current overall stat value. Natures work the same as in normal games. They have different effects on your Pokemon's statistics. Therefore, the green statistic is boosted while the orange statistic is lowered. If none are colored, then your nature is neutral and does not affect statistics. For further information regarding Pokémon stats, check out the stat explanation's guide. EVs and IVs work the same as in the normal games. The orange values are the pokemon's IVs while the blue values are the pokemon's EVs. Below is an example of a Pokemon Information Card. Just like the original games, PRO's shiny chance is 1/8192. The chance of Pink Pokemon on Pinkan Island is 1/1500. Event pokemon have their own corresponding spawn rates. For more information on special pokemon rates, feel free to check out the Special Counterparts Thread. In order to trade, use the mailbox, and use the Trade channel, you'll need to have the Rainbow Badge. You cannot accept pokemon from regions you have not been in yet or if you are locked in a region. Please screenshot all your deals and trades for incase you are scammed. If you have experienced this, please upload the screenshots and report said player in the Report Center. Please refer to the Forum Images Guide for how to add photos in a thread. Please be sure to check out the Trade Rules before involving in a Trade. The more fully evolved your pokemon is, the more difficult it is to level up. Switching pokemon in and out will cause the lower leveled pokemon to gain less experience. Not all trainers reward EXP points, depending on the type and function of the NPC. The Exp Share and Lucky Egg do not exist in PRO to add difficulty along with the goal of making PRO an MMO. Levels of certain NPCs/Bosses are not disaplayed. However, they still have a current value set. Pokemon learn certain moves after reaching the required level or by TM's or HM's. Most moves and Abilities are coded and work properly but not all. For more information on moves like these, please check out the the List of Broken Moves and Abilities. You may keep an eye out in our Update Logs for when moves or abilities are coded. Take note that there are also some moves that are banned in Ranked PvP. Please be sure to check out the PvP Rules before engaging in Ranked PvP. NPCs and Wild Pokemon are smarter than in the original pokemon games. This means that they actually know how to use their movesets. They will often select a move that is super effective against your pokemon rather than a random move. PRO has currently three different PvP modes. Ranked, Unranked and Random. Ranked battles have a catch: 1 PvP Coin per win and the Ranked Ladder, but battles are regulated by PvP Rules. PvP Coins can be spent at PvP Masters in Vermilion, Olivine, Mauville, and Canalave. To join a Ranked battle, use the PvP icon, choose Ranked and wait in queue. You will then have 30 seconds to change your team's order, based on what you know thanks to the Team Preview. Unranked battles, on the contrary, are just for fun, nothing is at stake, therefore no rules are to limit them. To join an Unranked battle, you can use the PvP icon and choose Unranked then wait in queue. You can also use /battle <username>, or right click on someone's name and choose Battle to start an unranked battle. The Random battle mode is a mode where you and your opponent get six random Pokémon with random, preselected movesets. The teams of the battle participants are hidden in the beginning of the battle, all Pokemon have a neutral Nature, 31 IV's and a 85 EV invest in all stats. PvP Coins are only rewarded for every win in excess of a loss; for example, a 5-3 record that season would earn two Coins. The top-25-ranked players in a PvP season are rewarded an additional 100 Coins, which effectuates at the season's official conclusion. Regular Trainers have a 7 day cooldown. Trainers won't force battle you anymore though. Bosses have a 12 Day cooldown. Gym Leaders can be re-battled after beating the Elite 4, the Elite 4 itself can not be rebattled once defeated. TMs are single use unlike some newer Pokemon games. Gym Leader TMs are bought from the Gym Guide at the entrance of the gym. To use TM Dig outside of battle, you'll need 150+ Happiness on the pokemon with Dig. TM Rock Smash does not usually have a happiness requirement. However, it needs 220+ Happiness in Love Island for crystals. For more information on TMs and where to get them, please check out the TMs, HMs, and Move Tutor Guide. HMs can be reused infinitely. To use HMs out of battle, simply click left click or use the spacebar. To use HM Dive outside battle, you require 150+ Happiness on the pokemon with Dive. To use HM Flash outside of battle, you have to click on the move in your pokemon's Information Card. HM Fly does not have an out of battle effect. For more information on HMs and where to get them, please check out the TMs, HMs, and Move Tutor Guide. There are several Move Tutors scattered around the regions. Each move tutor has its corresponding price per tutee. To use Headbutt outside battle, you require 150+ Happiness on the pokemon with Headbutt. For more information on Move Tutors and their locations, please check out the TMs, HMs, and Move Tutor Guide. Berries cannot be planted by players in PRO. There are set berries in each berry patch. You will have to wait for berries to respawn every 3 days for outdoor berries and 4 days for EV berry trees in mazes. EV Berries are obtained from Headbutting Trees, the Goldenrod Berry Shop or the Berry Tower. For more information on how to acquire Berries and their functions, please check out the Berries Guide. Running Shoes are not implemented in PRO as you already walk 1.5x the speed in normal games. However, Bikes and Mounts are a way to move faster in PRO. Take note that they provide the same speed. You can obtain a Bike by capturing a Ditto with your OT and turning it in to the Youngster in the house right of Vermilion PC. Afterwards, you'll get a Bike Voucher which you can turn in at the Cerulean Bike shop to get a Bike for 60k. Mounts on the other hand can be obtained from Player-Hosted and Official Events, the Coin Shop, PvP/PvE Masters, or bought from other players. The Old Rod can be found in the house on the left side of the Vermilion Mart. The Good Rod can be found in Fuchsia City House 1 for 15k. You must own the Old Rod. The Super Rod can be found in Olivine City House 1 for 75k. You must own the Good Rod. You cannot trade these as they are a key item. Items can be equipped by a pokemon by dragging the item from your backpack to the pokemon's icon in your party. To take an item, simply click on the item in the pokemon's information card. Items can be obtained in various ways. For more information on Items and where they can be obtained, feel free to check out the Items Guide. Please take note that reroll tickets only work on Legendary Pokemon. You are able to purchase a nature reroll ticket for 75 PvP coins from the PvP Masters in Vermilion City, Olivine City, Mauville City and Canalave City. You may also get a Reroll Ticket for 150 PvP coins there too, which can be used to reroll your legendary’s IVs. In addition, you can talk to the Reroll Ticket Exchanger in Vermilion to get two Nature Reroll Tickets for one Reroll Ticket. Besides purchasing tickets for PvP coins, you may also buy them off of other players in the Trade chat. You may also get them from various quests like the Battle Tower and Solaceon News Reporter quests. After purchasing, you will have to go to Psychic Marina in Vermilion City who will reroll your Nature/IVs for the Nature reroll Ticket or Reroll Ticket respectively. Please take note that it will take the coupons before your coins. She also offers a double reroll mode, where you reroll your Pokemon twice while spending only one reroll. This works up to ten times in a certain time period when you spent some fee or Mysterious Ticket.
  24. Hi there and welcome to the Guilds Guide! This guide is designed to inform you on how to join, create, and manage a guild. This guide will also include the benefits of being in a guild. ❋ 2.5% Experience Bonus for a guild with 50+ members. ❋ 5% Experience Bonus for a guild with 75+ members. ❋ 7.5% Experience Bonus for a guild with 95+ members. ❋ 25% Experience Bonus if the guild is ranked in the Top 10 Guilds Monthly Each guild has their own requirements and recruitment methods. Please check out our Guild Sub-forum for more information on each Guild an their requirements. You will have to receive and invite from a the Guild's Leader or Officer. To accept the invite, you will have to do /gjoin or click accept on the pop up. You must not be in a guild to join a guild. ❋ 400,000 Pokedollars. ❋ 100+ hours of playtime. ❋ All 8 Kanto Badges. ❋ You cannot be in a guild. ❋ Guild Name must be 4-15 characters long. *Guild Name must not contain any numerical or special characters Step 1: Check if you meet the Requirements. You can do so in your Trainer Card. Step 2: Type in /gcreate <Guild Name> and accept the confirmation. Region: Kanto Access Point: Saffron City Guild Master: Teaches you how to create a Guild. Logo Master: Allows you to edit and set your Guild Logo. *You must be the Guild's Leader to set the Guild's Logo. Step 1: Talk to the Logo Master in the Guild House Step 2: Edit your logo. *Take note that the grid is 16x16 Pixels. *For Transparent Pixels, click the gray box in the lower left corner. Step 3: Click Okay once you're finished. You will receive the confirmation below afterwards. Guild Leader Permissions: Invite, Kick, Demote, Promote to Member/Officer Guild Officer Permissions: Invite, Kick Initiates/Members, Demote to Initiate, Promote to Member Guild Member Permissions: No significant permissions Guild Initiate Permissions: No significant permissions Info: Motto of the Day, Guild Leader, Guild Name, Member Count Roster: List of Members and their Positions Manage: To be added! Step 1: Click Social in the lower left corner of your screen Step 2: Click the Guild Tab /gdisband <GuildName> Function: Disbands the guild. Rank Requirement: Guild Leader /gmotd <Text> Function: Sets the Guild's Motto Of The Day (MOTD) Rank Requirement: Guild Leader /ginvite <Username> Function: Invites a player to the guild. Rank Requirement: Guild Officer /gpromote <Username> Function: Promotes a player to a higher position. Rank Requirement: Guild Officer /gdemote <Username> Function: Demotes a player to a lower position. Rank Requirement: Guild Officer /gkick <Username> Function: Kicks a player from the guild. Rank Requirement: Guild Officer /gleave Function: Allows the user to leave his current guild. Rank Requirement: Guild Initiate /gjoin Function: Allows the user to accept a guild invite. Rank Requirement: None The Reborn Bot allows you to gain information on different guilds. You may access the Reborn Bot in the PRO Official Discord or you may invite it to your own server. ^memberlist <GuildName> <Server> Function: Gives you the list of members and thier positions of a guild. ^guildladder <Server> Function: Show the current Guild Ladder. *Guild rating is calculated by combined PvP ratings of members ^guildseasons Function: Shows the guild ladders in previous seasons.
  25. Hi there and welcome to the PRO Useful Links Thread. This thread is designed to redirect you to threads which may be of aid. This thread consists of different guides and links that may help you understand and enjoy PRO more. *Clicking on the titles will redirect you to the corresponding thread. Game Rules Forum Rules In-Game Chat Rules Trade Rules PvP Rules Website (Registration, Client Downloads, Forums etc.) Guide to the Discord Update Log Appeals Dashboard Evolution Request Megathread Forum Images Guide Hit by a Rollback How to Make a Report How to Record your Screen and Upload Videos Installing PRO on Android Installing PRO on Linux List of Available Commands List of Broken Moves and Abilities Merge information, General FAQ and Issue FAQ PRO Wiki Restore Pokemon Megathread Troubleshooting Sticky PvP Rules PvP Viability Rankings PRO Discord PRO Twitch How to Stream PRO on Twitch Kanto FAQ, Complete Kanto Walkthrough - SS Anne Quest - How to beat Kanto E4 Johto FAQ, Complete Johto Walkthrough - Goldenrod City Quest - How to train Rattata fast - How to beat Johto E4 Hoenn FAQ, Complete Hoenn Walkthrough - How to access Sootopolis - How to beat Hoenn E4 Sinnoh FAQ, Complete Sinnoh Walkthrough, How to get to Sinnoh(1), How to get to Sinnoh (2) - Missing students. Jubilife City - Vally Windworks Quest - How to reach Route 224 - How to beat Sinnoh E4 How to Access Specific Areas How to access Cerulean Cave Love Island (Video) Mirage Island Mt Silver walkthrough Nap Island Quest, Nap Island Quest (Video) Pinkan Island, Pinkan Island (Video) Petalburg Forest Maze map Sevii Islands Trainers Valley Valley of Steel Viridian Maze map 'More essential' Arcanine Mount Quest Doctor Pokemon Quest Guild Island Hoenn Teleporter Quest How to get access to Egg Moves Mt Silver walkthrough Officer Jenny, Officer Jenny(2) Trading with NPC's 'Less essential' Ash's hat quest (Kanto) Cubchoo Hat Psyduck Hat Teddiursa Hat (Johto) Abandoned Ship Quest Eeveelutionist Devan Quest (Kanto) How to get HM-02 - FLY How to get Shell Bell (Hoenn), How to get Shell Bell (Hoenn) Lilicove Medicinal Herb Quest (Hoenn) Free Rotom (Video) Miltank Farm Quest Pewter City Museum (Free Reroll) Pokemon Tower underground Rustboro Masters Quiz Rachel's friends Quest (Video) Trick House (Hoenn) Legendary Event Moves Legendary Pokémon (Collection Wiki) Legendary Mega thread (Collection Forums, not complete) Newbie stuff Boss guide for newbies How to hunt Free EXP Potion (Pre badge 1) Hidden power on PRO How to trade in PRO Hunting for Abilities Hunting guide Leveling zones for newbies Fast leveling, How to level up fast, Level up fast Pokemon stats explained, Pokemon base stats PRO enconemy (Pricing stuff etc.) (1), PRO enconemy (Pricing stuff etc.) (2) , PRO enconemy (Pricing stuff etc.) (3), Officer Jenny, Officer Jenny(2) Berries Guide Guilds in PRO All information about happiness (Pokemon) Honey Trees PVP Coins PVE Coins Repel trick guide Fishing guide "Important" Guild Island Hoenn Teleporter Quest How to access Cerulean Cave Love Island (Video) Mirage Island Mt Silver walkthrough Nap Island Quest, Nap Island Quest (Video) Pinkan Island, Pinkan Island (Video) Sevii Islands Trainers Valley Valley of Steel Less "important" Ash's hat quest (Kanto) Cubchoo Hat Psyduck Hat Teddiursa Hat (Johto) Abandoned Ship Quest Doctor Pokemon Quest Eeveelutionist Devan Quest (Kanto) How to get HM-02 - FLY How to get access to Egg Moves How to get Shell Bell (Hoenn), How to get Shell Bell (Hoenn) How to get a free Arcanine Mount (Kanto), How to get a free Arcanine Mount (Kanto) (2) Lilicove Medicinal Herb Quest (Hoenn) Free Rotom (Video) Miltank Farm Quest Officer Jenny, Officer Jenny(2) Pewter City Museum (Free Reroll) Pokemon Tower underground Rustboro Masters Quiz Rachel's friends Quest (Video) Trick House (Hoenn) Trading with NPC's Repeatable Bug catching contest BattleTower (Wiki) Celadon Daily Dig Spots (Wiki) Excavation Guide Honey Trees Item recycler World Quest, World Quest (2) Solaceon Daily Quest (News reporter), Solaceon Daily Quest (News reporter) (2) Sinnoh Underground, Sinnoh Underground (2) Benefits of membership Clothing and Mount Showcase Coin Shop Item Maniac Item Recycler TM and Move Tutor Guide Available Pokedex Data in PRO Evolutions Different in PRO Fossil Guide Boss guide, Boss guide (2) Boss guide (Baton pass) Boss guide (Mega Slowbro) Every farmable boss in one run, A boss team, How to defeat each Elite Four Mini Bosses Officer Jenny, Officer Jenny(2)
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