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I. Pokemon FireRed & LeafGreen. The difference between Pokemon FireRed & LeafGreen from previous versions (Ruby / Sapphire) and what's new can be found in these versions.

I. Pokemon FireRed & LeafGreen.
Two new games of the new generation of Pokemon games based on the old Pokemon Green / Red / Blue games with the continuation of the old storyline, with a lot of additions and improved graphics, like the previous games of the new generation Pokemon Ruby / Sapphire.

1. The difference between Pokemon FireRed & LeafGreen from previous versions (Ruby / Sapphire) and what's new can be found in these versions. Improved graphics, new communications, continuation and minor changes to the Pokemon Green / Red / Blue main storyline, expanded 386 Pokémon pokédeks, more attacks, easier Pokémon training, more complicated League passing, stronger coaches, the ability to trade with Pokemon Ruby / Sapphire / Colosseum, wireless and more.

1.1. New communications.
In this game, many new communications have been added, some communications are associated with small changes in the storyline, and some are related to the continuation of the old storyline of the game - these are 7 islands.

1.1.1. First island.
The first thing that catches your eye on this island is a very large, compared to the rest, pocentre. In it stands Network Machine, which reports “with which continents a trade is possible” and reports the level of trade (1 level = 1 continent), because trade with old games is not possible, then the maximum level of trade is 2nd. From the very beginning, Level 1 is available to you (trade with one continent (KANTO), i.e. with Pokemon LeafGreen & FireRed versions). And the second level (the ability to trade with 2 continents KANTO and HOENN, i.e. with Pokemon LeafGreen / FireRed / Ruby & Sapphire versions) can be achieved by completing a special quest (it is a continuation of the storyline), for this you need to find a ruby ​​and sapphire, then insert them into the Network Machine, and earn a connection with the second continent. The following Pokémon can be found on this island: in the grass: Jeodud, Spiro, Firow, Persian, Ponita, Rapidash, Tangela, Psidak (FR), Goldak (FR), Sloupok (LG), Slobro (LG), Magmar (LG), in the water: Tentacul, Tentacruel, Horsi, Giaradoz, in the cave: Machop, Machoch, Jeodud, Graveler, Servant. Also in the north of the island, in Mt. Ember, in one cave you can catch a rare Pokemon, the legendary bird of Moltres of the 50th level, but you can get there only after passing part of the quest with ruby ​​and sapphire.

1.1.2. Second island.
There are 2 good things on this island. One is just interesting, the other is useful. Joyful GAME CORNER. Here you can play 2 mini-games with a friend wirelessly using the Wireless Adapter’s. Let's move on to the useful! To the north of the city is a house. There is a woman sitting in it who can give your starting Pokemon a powerful attack. To do this, make your starting Pokemon the first in the six and talk to the girl. She will teach your Pokemon one powerful attack (Venusaur attack Frenzy Plant, Charizard - Blast Burn, Blastoise - Hydro Cannon, more about these attacks at the end of section 4.2). The following Pokémon can be found on this island: in the grass: Odin (FR), Glum (FR), Bellspruit (LH), Wipinbell (LH), Persian, Spiro, Firow, Psidak (FR), Goldak (FR), Sloupok (LH ), Slowbro (LH), in water: Polivag, Polyvirl, Giaradoz.

1.1.3. Third island.
On the island, to the right of the port, there is a cave that leads to a small area with grass. After passing the elite four in this grass begins to be found in the Jotsky Pokemon Danspers. The following Pokémon can be found on this island: in the grass: Odin (FR), Glum (FR), Bellspruit (LH), Wipinbell (LH), Meowth, Persian, Venonat, Venomos, Psidak (FR), Sloupok (LG), PJ , Pigeotto, Danspers, in water: Crabby, Tentacul, in the forest: PJ, Pigeotto, Drousey, Hypno, Psidak (FR), Sloupok (LG).

1.1.4. Fourth island.
This island is incredibly small. There is Day Care, where you can give 1 or 2 of your Pokémon for training. If you give away 2 Pokemon of different sexes (or the 1st Pokemon of any gender and Ditto), then they will have an egg, from which the Pokemon will hatch. Some Pokémon can be obtained only with the help of egg-laying - Kleff (Klafeyri + Ditto), Aiglibuff (Dzhiglipuff + Ditto), Pichu (Raichu + Pikachu), Magby (Magmar + Ditto), Elekid (Electabazz + Ditto), Smucham (Jinx + Ditto) , Tirogu (Hitmonly, Hitmonchan or Hitmontop + Ditto), Azurill (Marill (m) + Marill (f) with Sea Incense). The following Pokémon can be found on this island: in the cave: Zubat, Golbat, Svinub, Deliberd (FR), Snisel (LG), Shelder (FR), Starju (LG), Sil, Dugong, Lapras, in water: Psidak (FR) , Sloupok (LH), Polivag, Polyvirl, Giaradoz, Wooper.

1.1.5. Fifth island.
And here the fun begins. In the north there is a cave where, with a little break of the head, you can find several useful things. If you swim to the north-west, you will find yourself on a small island where a person will give you an egg, from which Togepi will later hatch. And in the very south of the island, in MEMORIAL PILLAR you can find METAL COAT in the item boll’e. There is a trainer in mourning for his late Onyx. He will give you TM’s. The following Pokémon can be found on this island: in the grass: PJ, pijotto, Meowth, Persian, Center, Hoppip, in the cave: Zubat, Golbat, Gastley, Hunter, Markrow (FR), Misdrivus (LG), in the water: Psidak (FR ), Sloupok (LG), Shelder (FR), Stewu (LG), Tentacul, Krabi, Kingler, Giaradoz, Hoppip, Quilfish (FR), Remoraid (LG).

1.1.6. Sixth island.
This island is very large and on it you can find many interesting places (forest, caves, ruins ...). If you go south to the WATER PATH’s, you can find Dragon Scale, a very important and rare thing for Pokemon collectors (using it, Sidra can evolve into Kingdra, for this you need to give Sidra a Dragon Scale and carry out a trade, after the Sidra trade evolves!). Also on this island there is a cave Altering. [More about this cave in section 1.4.2] On this island you can find the following Pokemon: in the grass: Odish (FR), Glum (FR), Bellsprout (LG), Wipinbell (LG), Psidak (FR), Slopek (LG ), Spyrow, Firow, Meowth, Persian, Center, Natu, Yanma, Wobbuffet, in the cave: Zubat, in the forest: Caterpie, Metapod, Vidl, Kakuna, Ladyba, Spinarak, Haracross, in water: Tentacul, Tentacruel, Polivag, Polyvirl , Giarados, Quilfish (FR), Remoraid (LH).

1.1.7. Seventh island.
And finally, the seventh island! In the south, solving a small puzzle, you can catch the rare and legendary Pokemon Anoun. And in the north of the island is Battle Frointer, where in hard battles you can win very rare prizes (Dragon Scale, Metal Coat ...). The following Pokémon can be found on this island: in the grass: Psidak (FR), Sloupok (LH), Spiro, Firow, Meowt, Persian, Onyx, Kubon, Marovak, Centret, Skarmori (FR), Fanpi, Larvitar, in the water: Tentakul , Tentacruel, Horsi, Sidra, Giarados, Mantyne (LH), in ruins: Anoun.

1.1.8. 8 and 9 islands.
In addition to 3 legendary birds, 3 legendary dogs, Mute and Anounov in LH and FR, you can catch Lugiu, Ho-oh and Deoksis. To do this, you need to get to the 8th and 9th island. In order to get to these sotrov you need special tickets (MysticTicket (on the eighth island) and Aurora Ticket (on the ninth)). But you can get to the islands in another way - using codes! How to enter codes (codes for the English versions.): Enter them in the Codebreaker window, naturally one at a time, then close the "Cheat list" window, open it again, enter any door in the game, disable the code.

Eighth Island (Navel Rock). On the eighth island, you can catch 2 legendary birds - Lugiu and Ho-oh. Here is the code to get to this island: 82031dbc 2402

Ninth Island (Birth Island). Here, on the ninth island, you can catch the legendary Pokemon Deoxis! Code: 82031dbc 3802 ATTENTION! Deoxis looks different in different versions! But the matter is not only in appearance, each of them is of a certain quality. In FireRed, Deoxis prevails in attack, in LeafGreen in defense.

1.2. Pokedex for 386 Pokemon.
Pokemon LeafGreen & FireRed, unlike their "predecessors" (Pokemon Green / Reg / Blue) contain full Pokedex, and unlike previous games of the new generation in the new versions you can catch all Kantovskie (except Mu) and more than half of the Jotkin Pokemon, and even one of the legendary Hohennov Pokemon (Deoxis), having a special ticket. With Pokemon LeafGreen, FireRed & Emerald (or Ruby & Sapphire), you can collect 380 of all 386 Pokémon without using codes.

1.3. Pokemon League. Elite Four.
Like in Pokemon Green / Reg / Blue, in Pokemon LeafGreen / FireRed you need to defeat the same elite four (Loreli, Bruno, Agatha and Lance, and then the champion), but according to the added plot, this four must be completed twice. For the second time, the entire four will change almost the entire composition of the Pokémon (Joti Pokémon will appear) and they (Pokémon) will be more trained. If for the first time the passage of the elite four Pokémon leaders were from 50 to 65 levels, then for the second time they already reach the 65-75th level.

Pokémon of the elite four and the champion.

1. Laurel.
Dugong (52 level), Cloister (51), Lapras (54), Slobro (52) and Jinx (54).
Bruno
Onyx (51), Hitmonchan (53), Machamp (56), Hitmonley (53) and Onyx (54).
Agatha.
Gengar (54), Golbat (54), Erbock (56), Gengar (58) and Honter (53).
Lance.
Giarados (56), Aerodactyl (58), Dragonaire (54), Dragonaire (54) and Dragonaite (60).
And finally the champion. [Gary]
Pigiot (59), the third form of starting Pokemon (63), Rydon (59), Alakazam (57), Exeggutor (61) and Arkanayn (59).

2. Laurel.
Dugong (64), Pilosvine (63), Cloister (63), Lapras (66) and Jinx (66).
Bruno
Stilix (65), Hitmonchan (65), Stilix (66), Hitmonli (65), Machamp (68).
Agatha.
Gengar (66), Krobat (66), Gengar (70), Misdrivus (65) and Erbock (68).
Lance.
Giarados (68), Dragonite (72), Dragonite (66), Kingdra (66) and Aerodactyl (70).
Champion. [Gary]
Heracross (70), the third form of starting Pokemon (75), Alakazam (73), Tyranitar (73), Arcanine 73 and Exeggutor (73).

1.4. Wireless adapter. Wireless connections.
In the old jokot versions of Pokemon (Pokemon Gold / Silver / Crystal) on Game Boy Color, it was possible to use a wireless connection using IR, which was already built into GBC itself (this was necessary in order to use the Mystery Gift in the game), but on Game Boy Advance / Game Boy Advance SP they did not make such an infrared port for wireless communication, because it was simply not needed, but the Pokemon FireRed & LeafGreen versions appeared and immediately needed a wireless connection with which you can play special games in the Joyful GAME CORNER and use the Mystery Gift. To do this, we made a special Wireless Adapter (it has an infrared port, it is attached to the Game Boy’s and works). Now 2 GBA have the ability to connect wirelessly (for the GBA to connect, you must have WA on each).

1.4.1. Joyful GAME CORNER.
On the second island there is a house "Joyful GAME CORNER". There you can play 2 mini-games with a friend over a wireless connection using WA - this is “POKEMON JUMP” & “DODRIO BERRY-PICKING”.

1.4.2. Mystery Gift.

2. The legendary Pokemon.
In Pokemon LG & FR you can catch 11 different legendary Pokemon. 3 of them during the passage (Zapdos, Moltres, Artikuno), 5 after the league (Mute, Anoun, Raikou, Intey, Suikun) and 3 with the help of special tickets (Lugia, Ho-oh, Deoksis).

2.1. Zapdos, Moltres and Artikuno.


Zapdos.
Fly to the poker center at the entrance to the Rock Tunnel. Go north, to the water, swim along it to the south and will soon sail to the Power Plant. Inside you will find a small labyrinth where you can catch several electric Pokemon (Pikachu, Voltorb, Electrode (Electrode can be caught either just like that or under the guise of an item ball), Magnemite, magneton and Electrobase. And in the item balls themselves you can find many useful items, wander around the Power Plant and eventually find Level 50 Zapdos.

Moltres.
Swim to the first island, go there and swim along the Kindle Road until you reach Mt. Ember. Go to the cave in the northeast of the mountain and go inside. There are no labyrinths in the cave, so just go through it to the end and climb the stairs to the north. There, solve a little puzzle. And Molles 50th level in front of you!

Artikuno.
Fly to Sinnabar. Sail east from it until you reach the entrance to the Seafoam Islands. Enter the cave and go from the passage to the passage until you get to the water. Along it, swim to the stairs to the left, and go south, where 4 stones lie, throw 2 of them into the corresponding holes and jump after them, then swim north. There is a tiny piece of land where Artikuno of level 50 awaits you.


Before going to catch Mute, two things must be done: 1. Complete the league 2 times. 2. Collect 100 Pokemon. If you have already done so, then swim to Tserulin, go north along the bridge, then swim through the water to the left of the bridge. And soon you will arrive at the entrance to the Cerulean Cave. This cave is home to the most powerful Pokémon of the game (on level), up to level 70! Solve a small puzzle in the cave until you find yourself near the water, among which a level 70 mute is standing on a small piece of land, swim to it, fight. Good luck! [it’s not necessary to spend the MASTER BALL on it, you can catch it easily enough (like other legendary Pokémon, with 20-30 balls, preferably ultraballs)]

2.3. Legendary dogs. Raikou, Intey and Suikun.

As you know, in FR and LH you can catch the legendary dogs. BUT not all in one version. NOT all 3 dogs run on the map at the same time (in the grass.), But ONE. and it depends on what kind of starting pokemon you had. The saka that you can catch in your game is superior to the type of your starting Pokemon. If the starting Squirtle (water type), then you can catch Raikou (electronic type), if the Bulbazavr (race type) - Inteya (fire type), if Charmonder (fire type) - Suikuna (water type)!

2.4. Anoun.
See section 1.1.7.

2.5. Lugia, Ho-oh and Deoxis.
See section 1.1.8.

Dragon Scale In this game you can get 2 Dragon Scale'a at once, and both are very easy to get. 1 way - on the sixth island you need to go to the WATER PATH and sail to the very south, there lies one Dragon Scale in the item ball. 2 way - on the seventh island in TRAINER TOWER, you just need to win 2 by 2 battles (double), and on the top floor they will give another Dragon Scale.

Masterball After completing, you get it at Silph Co.

Rare Candy Rare Candy can be found in the following locations: Mt. Moon, Pokémon Tower, Rocket Hideout, Silph Co., Fuchsia City, Victory Road, Lost Cave. Use ITEMFINDER more often and take Zigzagun / Linun / Meauta Pokemon in the top six and then you can collect a lot of Rare Candy.

Metal Coat Metal Coat can be found on the fifth island (in the south of MEMORIAL PILLAR, in the item ball’e) and win in the Trainer Tower’e (knockout battle).

Sun Stone Sun Stone can be found on the Ruin Valley.

Up-Grade Up-Grade, like DS and MC, can be found in 2 places, in the Rocket Warehouse and win in the Trainer Tower’s on the seventh island (single battle).

King’s Rock King’s Rock can be found at Sevault Canyon.

4. TMs & HM’s and their location.

# 1 - Cut (Type: Normal, Effect: Cuts Trees outside battle, Strength: 50, Accuracy: 95, PP: 30). Where / from whom to find: SS Anne Captain.

# 2 - Fly (Type: Flying, Effect: 1st turn Fly up, 2nd turn Attack, Strength: 70, Accuracy: 95, PP: 15). Where / from whom to find: Route 16.

# 3 - Surf (Type: Water, Effect: Travel Across Waters, Strength: 95, Accuracy: 100, PP: 15). Where / from whom to find: Safari Zone.

# 4 - Strenght (Type: Normal, Effect: Moves Boulders, Strength: 80, Accuracy: 100, PP: 15). Where / from whom to find: Safari Zone Warden.

# 5 - Flash (Type: Normal, Effect: Lowers opponents Accuracy, Strength: -, Accuracy: 70, PP: 20). Where / from whom to find: Route 2.

# 6 - Rock Smash (Type: Fight, Effect: 50% chance of lowering opponents Defense, Strength: 20, Accuracy: 100, PP: 15). Where / from whom to find: Island 1.

# 7 - Waterfall (Type: Water, Effect: Climb Waterfalls, Strength: 80, Accuracy: 100, PP: 15). Where / from whom to find: Island 4.

# 1 - Focus Punch (Type: Fight, Effect: Move last in turn and Flinch if foe's move hits., Strength: 150, Accuracy: 100, PP: 20). Where / from whom to find: Silph. Co 5F.

# 2 - Dragon Claw (Type: Dragon, Effect: Causes Damage, Strength: 80, Accuracy: 100, PP: 15). Where / from whom to find: Victory Road.

# 3 - Water Pulse (Type: Water, Effect: 20% chance of causing Confusion., Strength: 60, Accuracy: 95, PP: 20). Where / from whom to find: Cerulean Gym.

# 4 - Calm Mind (Type: Psychc, Effect: Raises Sp. Attack and Sp. Defense 1 level., Strength: -, Accuracy: -, PP: 20). Where / from whom to find: Saffron Gym.

# 5 - Roar (Type: Normal, Effect: Switches out opponent Pokemon in battle., Strength: -, Accuracy: 100, PP: 20). Where / from whom to find: Outside Mt. Moon, Celadon Mart.

# 6 - Toxic (Type: Poison, Effect: Poisons Opponent, increasing damage each time., Strength: -, Accuracy: 85, PP: 10). Where / from whom to find: Fuschia Gym.

# 7 - Hail (Type: Ice, Effect: Attacks non-Ice types for 5 turns., Strength: -, Accuracy: -, PP: 10). Where / from whom to find: Victory Road.

# 8 - Bulk Up (Type: Fight, Effect: Raises Attack and Defense 1 level., Strength: -, Accuracy: -, PP: 20). Where / from whom to find: Silph. Co 7F.

# 9 - Bullet Seed (Type: Grass, Effect: Attacks 2-5 times per turn, Strength: 10, Accuracy: 100, PP: 30). Where / from whom to find: Mt. Moon Entrance.

# 10 - Hidden Power (Type: Normal, Effect: Type and Power vary with Pokemon., Strength: -, Accuracy: 100, PP: 15). Where / from whom to find: Found with the PickUp Ability.

# 11 - Sunny Day (Type: Fire, Effect: Sunlight for 5 turns. Raises Fire's Power, Strength: -, Accuracy: -, PP: 5). Where / from whom to find: Safari Zone.

# 12 - Taunt (Type: Dark, Effect: Makes Foe use Attacking moves., Strength: -, Accuracy: 100, PP: 20). Where / from whom to find: TR Hideout 2B.

# 13 - Ice Beam (Type: Ice, Effect: 10% chance of Freezing opponent, Strength: 95, Accuracy: 100, PP: 10). Where / from whom to find: Celadon Game Corner.

# 14 - Blizzard (Type: Ice, Effect: 10% chance of Freezing opponent, Strength: 120, Accuracy: 70, PP: 5). Where / from whom to find: Pokemon Mansion.

# 15 - Hyper Beam (Type: Normal, Effect: Cannot move next turn, Strength: 150, Accuracy: 90, PP: 5). Where / from whom to find: Celadon Mart.

# 16 - Light Screen (Type: Psychc, Effect: Raises Sp. Attack for 5 turns., Strength: -, Accuracy: -, PP: 30). Where / from whom to find: Celadon Mart Roof.

# 17 - Protect (Type: Normal, Effect: Wards off Attack, Fails if used a lot, Strength: -, Accuracy: -, PP: 10). Where / from whom to find: Power Plant.

# 18 - Rain Dance (Type: Water, Effect: Raises Water moves for 5 turns., Strength: -, Accuracy: -, PP: 5). Where / from whom to find: Route 15.

# 19 - Giga Drain (Type: Grass, Effect: Takes HP equal to 1/2 damage inflicted., Strength: 60, Accuracy: 100, PP: 5). Where / from whom to find: Celadon Gym.

# 20 - Safeguard (Type: Normal, Effect: Prevents Stat Reduction for 5 turns., Strength: -, Accuracy: -, PP: 25). Where / from whom to find: Celadon Mart Roof.

# 21 - Frustration (Type: Normal, Effect: Power based on how much Pokemon hates you, Strength: -, Accuracy: 100, PP: 20). Where / from whom to find: TR Hideout 3B.

# 22 - Solarbeam (Type: Grass, Effect: Powers up 1 turn, attacks on 2nd., Strength: 120, Accuracy: 100, PP: 10). Where / from whom to find: Pokemon Mansion.

# 23 - Iron Tail (Type: Steel, Effect: 30% chance of lowering opponents Defense, Strength: 100, Accuracy: 75, PP: 15). Where / from whom to find: Celadon Game Corner.

# 24 - Thunderbolt (Type: Electr, Effect: 10% chance of Paralyzing opponent, Strength: 95, Accuracy: 100, PP: 15). Where / from whom to find: Celadon Game Corner.

# 25 - Thunder (Type: Electr, Effect: 10% chance of Paralyzing opponent, Strength: 120, Accuracy: 70, PP: 10). Where / from whom to find: Power Plant.

# 26 - Earthquake (Type: Ground, Effect: Twice the Damage if opponent used Dig, Strength: 100, Accuracy: 100, PP: 10). Where / from whom to find: Viridian Gym.

# 27 - Return (Type: Normal, Effect: Power based on how much Pokemon likes you, Strength: -, Accuracy: 100, PP: 20). Where / from whom to find: Route 12.

# 28 – Dig (Тип: Ground, Эффект: 1st turn dig, 2nd turn attack, Сила: 60, Точность: 100, PP: 10). Где/у кого найти: Cerulean City, Celadon Mart.

# 29 – Psychic (Тип: Psychc, Эффект: 10% chance of lowering opponents Defense, Сила: 90, Точность: 100, PP: 10). Где/у кого найти: Saffron City.

# 30 – Shadow Ball (Тип: Ghost, Эффект: 20% chance of lowering opponents Defense, Сила: 80, Точность: 100, PP: 15). Где/у кого найти: Celadon Game Corner.

# 31 – Brick Break (Тип: Fight, Эффект: Breaks Reflects and Light Screens, Сила: 75, Точность: 100, PP: 15). Где/у кого найти: SS Anne, Celadon Mart.

# 32 – Double Team (Тип: Normal, Эффект: Raises Evasiveness 1 level, Сила: --, Точность: --, PP: 15). Где/у кого найти: SS Anne Captain.

# 33 – Reflect (Тип: Psychc, Эффект: Raises Defense for 5 turns, Сила: --, Точность: --, PP: 20). Где/у кого найти: SS Anne 1B Celadon Mart Roof.

# 34 – Shock Wave (Тип: Electr, Эффект: Always hits, Сила: 60, Точность: --, PP: 20). Где/у кого найти: Vermillion Gym.

# 35 – Flamethrower (Тип: Fire, Эффект: 10% chance of Burning opponent., Сила: 95, Точность: 100, PP: 15). Где/у кого найти: Celadon Game Corner.

# 36 – Sludge Bomb (Тип: Poison, Эффект: 30% chance of Poisoning opponent, Сила: 90, Точность: 100, PP: 10). Где/у кого найти: Rocket HQ - Island 5.

# 37 – Sandstorm (Тип: Rock, Эффект: Sandstorm for 5 turns., Сила: --, Точность: --, PP: 10). Где/у кого найти: Victory Road.

# 38 – Fire Blast (Тип: Fire, Эффект: 10% chance of Burning opponent, Сила: 120, Точность: 85, PP: 5). Где/у кого найти: Silph Co. 7F, Cinnibar Gym.

# 39 – Rock Tomb (Тип: Rock, Эффект: Lowers opponents Speed 1 Level, Сила: 50, Точность: 80, PP: 10). Где/у кого найти: Pewter Gym, Silph Co. 4F.

# 40 – Aerial Ace (Тип: Flying, Эффект: Always Hits., Сила: 60, Точность: --, PP: 20). Где/у кого найти: Route 9.

# 41 – Torment (Тип: Dark, Эффект: Opponent can't use move twice in a row, Сила: --, Точность: 100, PP: 15). Где/у кого найти: Silph Co. 4F.

# 42 – Facade (Тип: Normal, Эффект: Doubles Attack if Burned, Paralyzed, Poisoned, Сила: 70, Точность: 100, PP: 20). Где/у кого найти: Memorial Pillar, Island 5.

# 43 – Secret Power (Тип: Normal, Эффект: 30% chance of Special Effect, Сила: 70, Точность: 100, PP: 20). Где/у кого найти: Celadon Mart, Route 24.

# 44 – Rest (Тип: Psychc, Эффект: Regain health while Sleeping 2 turns., Сила: --, Точность: --, PP: 10). Где/у кого найти: Route 9.

# 45 – Attract (Тип: Normal, Эффект: 50% chance opponent won't attack., Сила: --, Точность: 100, PP: 15). Где/у кого найти: Route 24, Celadon Mart.

# 46 – Theif (Тип: Dark, Эффект: Takes opponents item., Сила: 40, Точность: 100, PP: 10). Где/у кого найти: Mt. Moon B2.

# 47 – Steel Wing (Тип: Steel, Эффект: 10% chance of raising Defense, Сила: 70, Точность: 90, PP: 25). Где/у кого найти: Safari Zone .

# 48 – Skill Swap (Тип: Psychc, Эффект: Switches Abilities with opponent, Сила: --, Точность: 100, PP: 10). Где/у кого найти: Route 12.

# 49 – Snatch (Тип: Dark, Эффект: Steals and uses Special Effect from opponent, Сила: --, Точность: 100, PP: 10). Где/у кого найти: TR Hideout B4.

# 50 – Overheat (Тип: Fire, Эффект: Lowers Sp. Att. 2 levels after using it, Сила: 140, Точность: 90, PP: 5). Где/у кого найти: Victory Road.

Blast Burn (Тип: Fire, Эффект: Causes massive destruction but forfeits next move, Сила: 150, Точность: 90, PP: 5). Где/у кого найти: Island 2.

Frenzy Plant (Тип: Grass, Эффект: Causes massive destruction but forfeits next move, Сила: 150, Точность: 90, PP: 5). Где/у кого найти: Island 2.

Hydro Cannon (Тип: Water, Эффект: Causes massive destruction but forfeits next move, Сила: 150, Точность: 90, PP: 5). Где/у кого найти: Island 2.

5. Заметки покетренера.

5.1. Как достать Эспеона и Амбреона.


См. Путеводитель по Pokemon Emerald (раздел 2.4).

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