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Pokemon Alpha Sapphire Cheats and Cheat Codes
  • Developer: Game Freak
  • Publisher: Nintendo
  • Genre: Role-Playing
  • Release: Nov 21, 2014
  • ESRB: Everyone

Hints & Secrets

In-Game Legendary Pokemon

There are a total amount of 8 Legendary Pokemon, however just 6 of them are readily available in each version of the game.

  • Cresselia: Soar regularly until you encounter it near Ever Grande City at Level 50.
  • Cobalion, Terrakion, and Virizion: Have some well-trained Pokemon to find Pathless Pain. Visit at different days of the week to randomly encounter Cobalion, Terrakion, and Virizion. After you have captured one of these Pokemon, you must wait for twelve hours before capturing another one.
  • Dialga, Palkia, and Giratina: You must first obtain Uxie, Mesprit, and Azelf. Then, Soar with a Psychic-type trio in your party to find Dialga or Palkia in the Dimension Rift. Finding Girantina requires temporal and spatial finesse.
  • Raikou, Entei, and Suicune: Soar with different Legendary Pokemon in your party to find Trackless Forest. Visit it at different times to randomly encounter Raikou, Entei, and Suicune.
  • Reshiram, Zekrom, and Kyurem: Soar with a very high-level Pokemon to find the Gnarled Den. Note: In order to capture Kyurem you must have Reshiram, Zekrom in your party, which is difficult because they are exclusive.
  • Tornadus, Thundurus, and Landorus: Soar with a Pokemon that reacts to weather to encounter Tornadus or Thundurus. Finding Landorus requires the power of Lightning/Storm and having both Tornadus and Thundurus in your party.
  • Uxie, Mespirit, and Azelf: Soar with different Friendly Pokemon in your party to find Nameless Cavern. Visit it at different times to randomly encounter Uxie, Mespirit, and Azelf. You can only capture one of them at a time. The glowing orb that holds one of those Pokemon will replenish itself after twelve hours.
  • Regigigas: Capture Regice, Regirock, and Registeel. Soar to Pacifidlog Town and enter the house located on the east side of the Pokemon Center. The girl will tell stories about another Legendary Pokemon called Regigigas that she learned from her grandfather. Prepare by placing Regice, Regirock, and Registeel in your party. Have Regice with a Snowball, Icicle Plate, Icy Rock, or a Never-Melt Ice to hold. Provide Regice with a nickname; go to the Name Rater in Slateport City to learn how. Defeat or catch Groudon or Kyogre at the Cave of Origin. Note: You must wait for 24 hours after acquiring Regice, Regirock, and Registeel. When ready, Soar to Route #105 and travel towards the Island Cave. Once there, enter the cave's rear cavern during the day. Save the game, then move towards the center of the area. If all conditions were met, the ground will shake and Regigigas will appear.

vanhelsing, Nov 28, 2014

In-Game Mega Stone locations

A special Mega Stone is needed to Mega Evolve a certain Pokemon. It needs to be combined with a Mega Bracelet. Offer the Mega Stone to your Pokemon throughout the battle and it will certainly Mega Evolve. After the battle ends, your Pokemon will certainly change back to its initial state.

Standard Pokemon Mega Stones

  • Mega Beedrill: Found in Sea Mauville.
  • Mega Pidgeot: In Rustboro City, Mr. Stone (Steven's father) will give you the Mega Stone in exchange for the Intriguing Stone.
  • Mega Slowbro: In Shoal Cave, give a man four Shoal Shells and four Shoal Slats.
  • Mega Steelix: Transfer Mega Steelix - Granite Cave over from the Japanese version of Pokemon Omega Ruby and Pokemon Alpha Sapphire demo.
  • Mega Glalie: Transfer Mega Glalie - Shoal Cave Basement over from the Japanese version of Pokemon Omega Ruby and Pokemon Alpha Sapphire demo.
  • Mega Sceptile: If Sceptile was your Starter Pokemon, the Mega Stone is on Route #120. If not, it is obtained from the Route #114 Stone Salesman.
  • Mega Swampert: If Swampert was your Starter Pokemon, the Mega Stone is on Route #120. If not, it is obtained from the Route #114 Stone Salesman.
  • Mega Sableye: Found in Sootopolis City.
  • Mega Sharpedo: In Pokemon Alpha Sapphire, it is at Battle Resort. In Pokemon Omega Ruby, it is at Magma Hideout during the Delta Episode.
  • Mega Camerupt: In Pokemon Alpha Sapphire, it is at Battle Resort. In Pokemon Omega Ruby, it is at Magma Hideout during the Delta Episode.
  • Mega Altraria: Go to Lilycove City and show the Collector your Altaria.
  • Mega Salamence: Go to Meteor Falls to get it from Zinnia's Grandmother.
  • Mega Metagross: Defeat Steven the Champion after the rematch in the Pokemon League.
  • Mega Latias: In Pokemon Alpha Sapphire, it is on Latias. In Pokemon Omega Ruby, get it from your mother at Littleroot Town.
  • Mega Latios: In Pokemon Alpha Sapphire, it is on Latias. In Pokemon Omega Ruby, get it from your mother at Littleroot Town.
  • Mega Rayquazza: Does not need a Mega Stone to undergo Mega Evolution.
  • Mega Lopunny: Interact with the man wearing suit in Mauville Hills at Mauville City.
  • Mega Gallade: Complete Delta Episode has finished, then talk to Professor Cozmo.
  • Mega Audino: Obtained from Looker at the Battle Resort.
  • Mega Diancie: Transfer Diancie from Pokemon X or Pokemon Y and the Mega Stone will appear at any Pokemon Center.

Classic Pokemon Mega Stones

  • Mega Venusaur: Found on Route #119.
  • Mega Charizard X: Found on Fiery Path.
  • Mega Charizard Y: Found on Scorched Slab.
  • Mega Blastoise: Travel towards the SS Tidal to find it.
  • Mega Alakazam: Travel towards the Steelport Market to find it.
  • Mega Gengar: Travel towards the Battle Resort to find it.
  • Mega Kangaskhan: Travel towards Pacifidlog Town to find it.
  • Mega Pinsir: Found on Route #124.
  • Mega Gyarados: Travel towards Rote #123 and search in the mouth of Poochyena.
  • Mega Aerodactyl: Found at Meteor Falls.
  • Mega Mewtwo X: Travel towards Littleroot Town to find it.
  • Mega Mewtwo Y: Obtained from the Pokemon League.
  • Mega Ampharos: Found in New Mauville.
  • Mega Scizor: Travel towards Patalburg Woods.
  • Mega Heracross: Travel towards Route #127 to find it.
  • Mega Houndoom: Travel towards the Lavaridge Town to find it.
  • Mega Tyranitar: Found near the Jagged Pass.
  • Mega Blaziken: If Blaziken was your Starter Pokemon, the Mega Stone is at Route #120. If not, it is obtained from the Route #114 Stone Salesman.
  • Mega Gardevoir: Obtained from Wanda at Verdanturf Town.
  • Mega Mawile: Found in Verdanturf Town.
  • Mega Aggron: Travel towards the Rusturf Tunnel o find it.
  • Mega Medicham: Found at Mt. Pyre.
  • Mega Manectric: Travel towards Cycling Road on Route #110 to find it.
  • Mega Banette: Found at Mt. Pyre.
  • Mega Absol: Found inside the Safari Zone.
  • Mega Abomasnow: Travel towards the Berry Garden on Route #123 to find it.

Primal Pokemon Mega Stones

  • Primal Kyogre: In Pokemon Omega Ruby, it is at Mt. Pyre. In Pokemon Alpha Sapphire, it is on Kyogre.
  • Primal Groudon: In Pokemon Omega Ruby, it is at Mt. Pyre. In Pokemon Alpha Sapphire, it is on Groudon.

mandimop, Nov 23, 2014

Rare Berry Phrase

Inform the Berry Master's Other half the following case-sensitive words to acquire the matching rare berry.

BerryPhrase
Belue BerrySUPER HUSTLE
Durin BerryCOOL LATIOS
Pamtre BerryCHALLENGE CONTEST
Spelon BerryGREAT BATTLE
Watmel BerryOVERWHELMING LATIAS

kiba12184, Nov 28, 2014

Super Secret Base locations

Once found, you can use any Super Secret Base to operation from and can embellish and furnish it as preferred. In order to discover the Super Secret Bases, you should initially satisfy Aarune in Path 111's grassy northern area.

  • Base #1: Route 110. Look for a tree near a chic sign with a secret base on top of it on the small island in the lake. Surf is required.
  • Base #2: Route 111. Shaped like an indent and can be found by searching the northeast corner of the desert. Go-Go Goggles are required.
  • Base #3: Route 111. Shaped like an indent and can be found by searching the northwest part of the desert for a cave. Go-Go Goggles are required.
  • Base #4: Route 111. In the middle of the rocky hills in the northern area of the desert. Go-Go Goggles and Mach Bike are required.
  • Base #5: Route 111. In the far east part of the rocky hills in the northern area of the desert, beyond the Black Belt. Requires Go-Go Goggles and Mach Bike.
  • Base #6: Route 111. Acquired after meeting Aarune, west of the house where Pokemon can rest.
  • Base #7: Route 111. In the northeast corner of the rocky rise behind the house where players can rest their Pokemon. Requires Mach Bike
  • Base #8: Route 113. In the middle of the route, next to some stairs near the Parasol Lady.
  • Base #9: Route 114. On a small island in the lake north of Lanette's house. Surf is required.
  • Base #10: Route 114. Almost in the corner of rocky hills southwest of Lanette's house, up the stairs.
  • Base #11: Route 114. In the rocky hills south of Lanette's house. It is surrounded by cracked boulders. Rock Smash is required.
  • Base #12: Route 114. In the rocky hills south of Lanette's house, east of Base #11.
  • Base #13: Route 114. Located southeast of the Meteor Falls entrance, near the base of the stairs.
  • Base #14: Route 114. Located immediately east of the entrance to Meteor Falls. Rock Smash is required to clear out the boulder in the way.
  • Base #15: Route 115. East of the Meteor Falls entrance. Requires Surf.
  • Base #16: Route 115. Near the shore northwest of the Meteor Falls entrance. Surf is required.
  • Base #17: Route 115. On the green hills in the northern part of the area, up the stairs from Base #16. Surf is required.
  • Base #18: Route 115. In the rocky hills in the northern part of Route 115, past the Ruin Maniac. Surf is required.
  • Base #19: Route 115. In the rocky hills in the northern part of Route 115, past the Ruin Maniac. Surf is required.
  • Base #20: Route 115. In the rocky hills in the northern portion of the map, beyond the slippery slope. The Mach Bike and Surf are required.
  • Base #21: Route 116. In the rocky hills east of Rusturf Tunnel entrance, up the stairs from the Rustboro side.
  • Base #22: Route 116. To the southeast of the Rusturf Tunnel entrance on the Rustboro side, near grassy fields.
  • Base #23: Route 116. On the rocky hills north of Rusturf Tunnel entrance, just above the stairs from the middle exit.
  • Base #24: Route 116. Inside the rocky wall east of Rusturf Tunnel entrance.
  • Base #25: Route 117. In the middle of the area in a tree, north of the Berry plots.
  • Base #26: Route 118. In a rocky outcrop on the west shore from the Mauville side, near the water.
  • Base #27: Route 118. This base is in a similar rocky outcrop but on the east shore
  • Base #28: Route 118. This base is in a large rocky outcrop in the southeastern corner of east shore.
  • Base #29: Route 118. North of the thorny trees where the meet Steven. Cut is required.
  • Base #30: Route 118. In the northeast corner of the area, inside the rocky hills.
  • Base #31: Route 119. East of the Fortree City entrance, near the sign.
  • Base #32: Route 119. On the southern landing off of the river beside the Weather Institute. Surf is required.
  • Base #33: Route 119. West of Base#32 inside a tree. Surf is required.
  • Base #34: Route 119. Near the waterfall in the northern landing off of the river besides Weather Institute. Surf is required.
  • Base #35: Route 119. In the northwest corner of the area above the waterfall. Surf, Waterfall and Acro Bike are required.
  • Base #36: Route 119. In the southwest corner of the high land above the waterfall. Surf, Waterfall and Acro Bike are required.
  • Base #37: Route 119. On the far side of the river, west of the Pokemon rest house. Surf is required.
  • Base #38: Route 119. Near the waterfall, at the same level as the Pokemon rest house. Acro Bike is required.
  • Base #39: Route 119. East of Base #38 on the opposite side of the waterfall.
  • Base #40: Route 119. Found southeast of Base #39 just beyond the tall grass. Either Surf or Acro Bike is required.
  • Base #41: Route 120. On the shore directly north of Scorched Slab, near the stairs.
  • Base #42: Route 120. East of the Fortree City exit, beyond the tall grass.
  • Base #43: Route 120. East of Scorched Slab near the Berry plots. Cut is required.
  • Base #44: Route 120. South of Base #43, on the east side of the tall grass maze.
  • Base #45: Route 120. On the northern shore of the lake, beneath the southern bridge. Surf is required.
  • Base #46: Route 120. Near the entrance to Route 121
  • Base #47: Route 120. South of Ancient Tomb, near water.
  • Base #48: Route 120. In a tree northeast of Ancient Tomb
  • Base #49: Route 121. Southwest of Safarai Zone entrance, beyond the pier. Cut is required.
  • Base #50: Route 121. In a tree immediately east of Safari Zone entrance.
  • Base #51: Route 121. South of the Safari Zone entrance, near stairs.
  • Base #52: Route 123. Near Ace Trainer between two ledges near 123 Go Fish.
  • Base #53: Route 123. Base is inside the rock wall east of 123 Go Fish.
  • Base #54: Route 123. In a tree east of Berry Master's house.
  • Base #55: Route 125. At a rocky outcrop on the island directly north of Mossdeep Pokemon Gym. Surf is required.
  • Base #56: Route 125. In a rocky outcrop on the island west of Shoal Cave. Surf is required.
  • Base #57: Route 125. In a rocky outcrop on the island in the sea, east of Shoal Cave. Surf is required.
  • Base #58: Route 125. East of Base #57 on an island in the sea, east of Shoal Cave. Surf is required.
  • Base #59: Route 126. In a small green shore northwest of Sootopolis City. Surf and Dive are required.
  • Base #60: Route 126. On a sandy shore in the center of a rocky island located northwest of Sootopolis City. Surf and Dive are required.
  • Base #61: Route 127. On a rocky outcrop on the small island surrounded by Fishermen. Surf is required.
  • Base #62: Route 127. Reach the island northwest of Base #61. It is in a rocky wall on the island. Surf is required.
  • Base #63: Route 127. In a rocky wall on the large island south of Bases #61 and #62. Surf is required.
  • Base #64: Route 127. In a rocky wall on the island south of Bases #61 and #62. Surf is required.
  • Base #65: Route 127. Inside a wall on the same island as Base #64, south of Bases #61 and #62. Surf is required.
  • Base #66: Rusturf Tunnel. In the northeast corner of the tunnel.
  • Base #67: Granite Cave. On B1F. Mach Bike is required.
  • Base #68: Jagged Pass. On the west side of the middle of the pass on a small cliff. Requires Mach or Acro Bikes.
  • Base #69: Fiery Path. Found next to Toxic TM. Strength is required.
  • Base #70: Secret Shore. Accessible through the southeast corner of Route 129. Requires Surf and Dive. Can use Fly to get here after it has been claimed.
  • Base #71: Secret Shore. Accessible through the southeast corner of Route 129, just above the stairs. Surf and Dive are required.
  • Base #72: Secret Shore. In the rocky hills above the stairs after reaching the area through the southeast corner of Route 129. Surf and Dive are required.
  • Base #73: Secret Shore. On a rocky path in the west side of the area, which can be accessed by using Surf and Dive through the southeast corner of Route 129.
  • Base #74: Secret Shore. Just west of the stairs on the rocky cliffs of Secret Shore. Surf and Dive are required to access the area through Route 129.
  • Base #75: Secret Shore. In the northeast of Secret Shore, near the stairs on a rocky cliff.
  • Base #76: Secret Meadow. Surf and Dive is needed to reach the area through the north end of Route 130.

Zeehan, Nov 28, 2014

Pokemon characteristics

Use the Detector mode of the DexNav app to find out what characteristics a Pokemon has.

  • Takes plenty of siestas: Excellent HP gain.
  • Likes to thrash about: Excellent Attack gain.
  • Capable of taking hits: Excellent Defense gain.
  • Mischievous: Excellent Sp. Atk gain.
  • Somewhat vain: Excellent Sp. Def gain.
  • Alert to sounds: Excellent Speed gain.

A Pokemon's nature also influences how rapidly their stats grow. Analyze all 6 stats of a Pokemon from the "Summary" screen, where pink shows stats favorably impact by the nature, while a light blue stat is adversely impacted. Nature has no effect on HP gain. Keep in mind: The Synchronize Capability can help capture a Pokemon with a certain Nature. That capability provides a 50 % possibility that the lead Pokemon in the team will certainly come across a wild Pokemon of the exact same nature.

  • Adamant: Recommended for physical move users.
  • Jolly: Recommended for fast moving physical move users.
  • Modest: Recommended for special move users.
  • Timid: Recommended for special move users that need to be fast.

eyegotgame, Nov 28, 2014

Move Tutor

The following Move Tutors are offered. Furthermore, you can erase moves or HMs by seeing the Move Deleter at Lilycove City.

  • Move Tutor Number 1: Can teach any move that you can otherwise learn by leveling in exchange for a Heart Scale. Found at Move Reminder in Fallarbor Town.
  • Move Tutor Number 2: Can teach Fire Pledge, Grass Pledge and Water Pledge to Pokemon that are friendly and ones obtained from professors. Found at Pledge Move Dojo in Mauville City.
  • Move Tutor Number 3: Can teach Relic Song to Meloetta and Secret Sword to Keldeo. Found at Song and Sword Move Academy in Mauville City.
  • Move Tutor Number 4: Can teach Blast Burn, Frenzy Plant and Hydro Cannon to Pokemon that are friendly and the final evolution of those obtained from professors. Found at Ultimate Move Studio in Mauville City.
  • Move Tutor Number 5: Can teach Draco Meteor to friendly Dragon types. Found at Dragon-type Move Tutor in Sootopolis City.
  • Move Tutor Number 6: Can teach Dragon Ascent to Rayquaza after Delta Episode has been completed. Found at Draconid Elder in Meteor Falls.
  • Move Tutor Number 7: Can teach Icy Wind for 12BP after you are in the Hall of Fame. Also teaches Gravity, Heat Bell, Magic Room, Stealth Rock and Wonder in exchange for 8BP. Found at Stand Number 1 at the Battle Resort.
  • Move Tutor Number 8: Can teach Block, Gastro Acid, Helping Hand, Iron Defense, Magnet Rise, Pain Split, Recycle, Role Play, Skill Swap, Synthesis, Trick and Worry Sped for 8BP after you are in the Hall of Fame. Found at Stand Number 2 at the Battle Resort.
  • Move Tutor Number 9: Can tech Drill Run, Iron Head, Iron Tail, Uproar and Zen Headbutt for 8BP after you are in the Hall of Fame. Also teaches Aqua Tail, Dragon Pulse, Earth Power, Foul Play, Heat Wave, Hyper Voice, Last Resort and Seed Bomb for 12BP; and Focus Punch, Gunk Shot, Outrage, Sky Attack and Superpower for 16BP. Found at Stand Number 3 at the Battle Resort.
  • Move Tutor Number 10: Can teach Bind, Bug Bite, Covet, Shock Wave, Snore and White Pulse for 4BP after you are in the Hall of Fame. Also teaches Drain Punch, Fire Punch, Giga Drain, Ice Punch, Low Kick, Signal Beam and Thunder Punch for 8BP; and Dual Chop, Knock Off and Super Fang for 12BP; and finally Endeavor for 16BP. Found at Stand Number 4 at the Battle Resort.

malachi11, Nov 28, 2014

In-Game O-Powers

To get O-Powers, check in routinely at the Mauville City Pokemon Center. Go to the leading right corner of the center to discover a complete stranger near the map. Talk with him to obtain your very first 2 O-Powers. Go back to that very same area at future times to discover various individuals at that area. Speak to them to obtain extra O-Powers.

  • HP Restoring Power Level 1: Available when your PokeNav Plus gets the PlayNav function.
  • Capture Power Level 1: Available when your PokeNav Plus gets the PlayNav function.
  • Attack Power Level 1: Available when your PokeNav Plus gets the PlayNav function.
  • Defense Power Level 1: Available when your PokeNav Plus gets the PlayNav function.
  • Sp. Atk. Power Level 1: Available when your PokeNav Plus gets the PlayNav function.
  • Sp. Def. Power Level 1: Available when your PokeNav Plus gets the PlayNav function.
  • Speed Power Level 1: Meet the stranger named Giddy, and listen to his first story when you first arrive in Mauville City.
  • Critical Power Level 1: Meet the stranger named Giddy and listen to his second story when you first arrive in Mauville City.
  • Befriending Power Level 1: Earn the Gym Badge in Mauville City then meet Hipster and listen to his first story.
  • Encounter Power Level 1: Earn the Gym Badge in Lavaridge Town then meet Hipster again and listen to his second story.
  • Accuracy Power Level 1: Earn the Gym Badge in Lavaridge City then meet Hipster again and listen to his third story.
  • Prize Money Power Level 1: Earn the Gym Badge in Petalburg City then meet Bard and listen to his incomplete song.
  • Exp. Point Power Level 1: Earn the Gym Badge in Fortree City then meet Bard again and listen to his completed song.
  • Stealth Power Level 1: Earn the Gym Badge in Mossdeep City then trade with the Trader.
  • Bargain Power Level 1: Earn the Gym Badge in Sootopolis City then make a second trade with the Trader.
  • PP Restoring Power Power Level 1: After reaching Ever Grande City, listen to the story of the Storyteller.
  • Hatching Power Level 1: Go to Mauville Hills to the apartment of five old men after you are a Champion. Bring the man from the hall across their apartment and introduce them to each other.

reggimaans, Nov 28, 2014

Increasing affection

Increasing your Pokemon's affection level makes them more useful in battles, with a chance to cure or heal them and land more critical hits. Better affection also gives you a chance to get decor items. The following PlayNav activities will increase affection.

  • Pet Pokemon: Increases the affection but enjoyment decreases.
  • Give Poke Puffs: Affection and fullness both increase.
  • Play minigames: Fullness decreases while enjoyment is increased.
  • Play the Making Faces game: Affection and enjoyment increases, while fullness decreases.

Standard Poke Puffs come in five flavors (Sweet, Mint, Citrus, Mocha and Spice) and four levels. The higher the level, the more affection a Pokemon gains by eating it. Their fullness remains unchanged regardless of the Poke Puff level. Completing mini game only gives rewards with the Poke Puff of its corresponding level. However if you get a 5 star rank in a mini game, you may randomly get a Poke Puff from the next higher difficulty as a reward.

  • Basic Poke Puffs: Increases affection slightly; obtained by completing mini games under the easy difficulty.
  • Frosted Poke Puffs: Increases affection slightly; obtained by completing mini games under the normal difficulty.
  • Fancy Poke Puffs: Increases affection quite a bit; obtained by completing mini games under the hard difficulty.
  • Deluxe Poke Puffs: Increases affection significantly; obtained by completing mini games under the Unlimited difficulty.

Special Poke Puffs can be obtained that will give even more affection than a Deluxe Poke Puff.

  • Supreme Wish Poke Puff: Obtained on your birthday.
  • Supreme Honor Poke Puff: Rewarded upon entering the Hall of Fame.
  • Supreme Spring Poke Puff: Rewarded upon completing a Pokemon-Amie mini game under the Unlimited difficulty with a 5 star rank.
  • Supreme Summer Poke Puff: Rewarded upon completing Head It under the Unlimited difficulty with a 5 star rank.
  • Supreme Autumn Poke Puff: Rewarded upon completing Berry Picker under the Unlimited difficulty with a 5 star rank.
  • Supreme Winter Poke Puff: Rewarded upon completing Tile Puzzle under the Unlimited difficulty with a 5 star rank.

The affection level of a Pokemon is indicated by the number of hearts. The lowest affection a Pokemon can have is a single heart. Each level above that gives certain benefits, including those from previous levels.

  • Two hearts: Earn 20% more experience from fights.
  • Three hearts: Chance that a move that would have caused it to faint may instead leave it alive with 1HP.
  • Four hearts: May cure itself of a status condition at the end of a turn. You can pet the Pokemon when the enemy Pokemon faints. The Pokemon may dodge an opponent's attack.
  • Five hearts: Lands more critical hits for 50% more damage.

Ralfmoney, Nov 28, 2014

How to get a lot of money

How to get Money:

  • 1. Go to Sea Maville
  • 2. Talk to girl with the pink floatie
  • 3. She will give you the key to room 1
  • 4. There you will find a key for room 6
  • 5. In room 6 there will be a door way
  • 6. When you go through it there will be a fisherman he will give you the key room to 4
  • 7. There is a poké ball it has the storage key
  • 8. There will a lot of poké balls they all have nuggets(6) or big nuggets (8) and one TM
  • 9. Then go sell them at a store

Hope that helped :-D

Mystery pokemon, Jun 25, 2015

Unlockables

Zekrom in A.S or Reshiram in O.R!

Okay, first you have to have a lv. 100 pokemon in your party, then u soar north into Mossdeep city, then you unlock a small island w/ a portal. Next, you "talk" w/ the portal and you will battle Reshiram in O.R, and Zekrom in A.S. -Your Welcome!

Animefan12, Dec 1, 2014

I somehow unlock Giratina!

While I was soaring, South of dewford city, I saw a portal, and I flew down and interacted with it, and i battled...GIRATINA!!! How did I unlock you ask? Well, I had Diagla and my sisters Palkia in my party. And BOOM, giratina!

Animefangirl, Dec 7, 2014

How to get a Shiny Zygarde

This works on both Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire. Have one shiny, a Palkia, Giratina, and Digala in your team ONLY, and all at level 100. Go beat the elite 4 10 times in a row without using an item( Not very easy) and go to the Pokemon Center. Heal your Pokemon, then go home. Norman will be waiting for you, and he will allow you to go to the Strange Cave. You can then find a Shiny Zygarde with a 100 percent catch rate, and an Ultra Ball to catch it in if you are out of Poke-Balls.

W. D. Gaster, Jun 13, 2016

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