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Below are some cheats for Pokemon ruby and saffire, enjoy!
Recommended starting Pokemon:)
The best type of Pokemon in the beginning (in order) are: Water, Grass, and Fire.
Torchic is the best upon reaching later stages in the game, but fairly difficult in the beginning. Mudkip is strong in the beginning, but weak versus the Elite Four. Mudkip is a good choice if playing Pokemon Ruby. Treeko is the best to choose if you are playing Pokemon Sapphire because of Team Aqua.
In-game reset:
Hold Select + Start + A + B during game play.
Absol:
You can find this Pokemon on Route 120.
Altaria (other than evolution):
Found at the Sky Pillar.
Anorith or Lieep:
In order to get Anorith or Lieep, you need to have the Go-Goggles. Go to the desert, then move all the way to the right from the top. You will see two fossils, One contains anorith (the claw fossil) and the other one is Lieep. Anorith evolves into Armaldo, the Pokemon Steven has. Lieep evolves into Cradily, which Steven also has.
Beldum:
After you defeat Steven (the champion), go to his house in Mossdeep City. Read the book (Letter) on the table. It says to take the Pokeball. It contains a Beldum, at level 5. It is a Steel/Psychic type that knows Take Down.
Chimecho:
Found at Mt. Pyre.
Deoxys and Jirachi:
You cannot get Jirachi and Deoxys during the game. They are given away through a Nintendo event, much like Mew and Celebi were in previous Pokemon games.
Dodrio, Xatu & Golduck:
Other than by evolution, you can find this Pokemon in the Safari Zone.
Grimer:
you can find this Pokemon in the Fiery Path.
Heracross:
You can find this Pokemon in the Safari Zone.
Illumise:
You can find this Pokemon on Route 117
Koffing:
You can find this Pokemon in the Fiery Path. It may be a shiny version.
Magikarp:
Magikarp can only be caught with an Old Rod.
Magneton:
Other than by evolution, you can find this Pokemon in New Mauville.
Minun:
You can find this Pokemon on Route 110.
Mew:
Mew is the only Pokemon that can learn all TMs and HMs. He can only be caught through a GameShark or CodeBreaker code.
Natu, shiny:
Go to the Safari Zone area where you can catch Phanpy. Note: You will need the Acro bike. After you have caught a regular Natu, use the Acro bike to stay in one place and hop. Sooner or later you will see it. Note: This requires a lot of time and Safari Balls.
Nosepass:
Keep using Rock Smash until you enter a battle with a Nosepass.
Pelliper:
Other than by evolution, you can find this Pokemon in Slateport, Pacifidlog, Evergrande, Mossdeep, Lilycove, Dewford, Routes 103,105 through 109, 110, 115, 118, 119, 121 through 123, and 124 through 134.
Pikachu:
you can find this Pokemon in the Safari Zone.
Pinsir:
you can find this Pokemon in the Safari Zone.
Plusle:
you can find this Pokemon in the Route 110.
Relicanth:
You can find this Pokemon on the ocean floor of Routes 124 through 126.
Skarmory:
You can find this Pokemon on Route 113.
Skitty:
Other than trading for Pikachu, you can find this Pokemon on Route 116.
Slakoth:
you can find this Pokemon in Petalburg Woods.
Snorunt:
Snorunt can be you can find this Pokemon in the Ice Cave above Mossdeep at 6.00.
Surskit:
You can find this Pokemon on Routes 102, 111, 114, 117, and 120.
Swampert:
To make it easier for Swampert to help defeat the Elite Four, teach it Tackle, Surf, Ice Beam, and Earthquake.
Tentacool:
Tentacool can only be caught with an Old Rod.
Tropius:
You can find this Pokemon on Routes 118 and 119.
Volbeat:
You can find this Pokemon on Route 117.
Vulpix:
You can find Vulpix on Mt. PyreElite Four Pokemon:
The Elite Four have the following Pokemon (not in any order).
Sidney
Level 46 Mightyena
Level 48 Shiftry
Level 46 Cacturne
Level 48 Sharpedo
Level 49 Absol Phoebe
Level 48 Dusclops
Level 49 Banette
Level 50 Sableye
Level 49 Banette
Level 51 Dusclops
Glacia
Level 50 Glalie
Level 50 Sealeo
Level 52 Sealeo
Level 52 Glalie
Level 53 Walrein
Drake
Level 52 Shelgon
Level 54 Altaria
Level 53 Flygon
Level 53 Flygon
Level 55 Salamence
Steven
Level 57 Skarmory
Level 55 Claydol
Level 56 Aggron
Level 56 Cradily
Level 56 Armaldo
Level 58 Metagross
Pokemon only in Pokemon Ruby:
Latios
Groudon
Mawile
Seedot, Nuzleaf, and Shiftry
Solrock
Zangoose
Pokemon only in Pokemon Sapphire:
Latias
Kyogre
Sableye
Lotad, Lombre, and Ludicolo
Lunatone
Seviper
One of a kind Pokemon:
Pokemon below are one of a kind
Latias and Kyogre (Pokemon Sapphire only)
Latios & Groudon (Pokemon Ruby only)
Rayquaza
Regi-Ice
Regi-Rock
Regi-Steel
Good gym tactics:)
Attempt to use Kyamome or a Water/Grass starter. Then, attempt to use Water/Fire starter Grass at level 20 to 25. Finally, attempt to use Sandshrew with an insane amount of Ground attack.

Pokemon that cannot be captured: )
The Pokemon below cannot be caught.

203. Bulbasaur
204. Ivysaur
205. Venusaur
206. Charmander
207. Charmeleon
208. Charizard
209. Squirtle
210. Wartortle
211. Blastoise
212. Caterpie
213. Metapod
214. Butterfree
215. Weedle
216. Kakuna
217. Beedrill
218. Pidgey
219. Pidgeotto
220. Pidgeot
221. Rattata
222. Raticate
223. Spearow
224. Fearow
225. Ekans
226. Arbok
227. Nidoran (F)
228. Nidorina
229. Nidoqueen
230. Nidoran (M)
231. Nidorino
232. Nidoking
233. Clefairy
234. Clefable
235. Paras
236. Parasect
237. Venonat
238. Venomoth
239. Diglett
240. Dugtrio
241. Meowth
242. Persian
243. Mankey
244. Primeape
245. Growlithe
246. Arcanine
247. Poliwag
248. Poliwhirl
249. Poliwrath
250. Bellsprout
251. Weepinbell
252. Victreebel
253. Ponyta
254. Rapidash
255. Slowpoke
256. Slowbro
257. Farfetch'd
258. Seel
259. Dewgong
260. Shellder
261. Cloyster
262. Gastly
263. Haunter
264. Gengar
265. Onix
266. Drowzee
267. Hypno
268. Krabby
269. Kingler
270. Exeggcute
271. Exeggutor
272. Cubone
273. Marowak
274. Hitmonlee
275. Hitmonchan
276. Lickitung
277. Chansey
278. Tangela
279. Kangaskhan
280. Mr. Mime
281. Scyther
282. Jynx
283. Electabuzz
284. Magmar
285. Tauros
286. Lapras
287. Ditto
288. Eevee
289. Vaporeon
290. Jolteon
291. Flareon
292. Porygon
293. Omanyte
294. Omastar
295. Kabuto
296. Kabutops
297. Aerodactyl
298. Snorlax
299. Articuno
300. Zapdos
301. Moltres
302. Dratini
303. Dragonair
304. Dragonite
305. Mewtwo
306. Mew
307. Chikorita
308. Bayleef
309. Meganium
310. Cyndaquil
311. Quilava
312. Typhlosion
313. Totodile
314. Croconaw
315. Feraligatr
316. Sentret
317. Furret
318. Hoothoot
319. Noctowl
320. Ledyba
321. Ledian
322. Spinarak
323. Ariados
324. Cleffa
325. Togepi
326. Togetic
327. Mareep
328. Flaaffy
329. Ampharos
330. Sudowoodo
331. Politoed
332. Hoppip
333. Skiploom
334. Jumpluff
335. Aipom
336. Sunkern
337. Sunflora
338. Yanma
339. Wooper
340. Quagsire
341. Espeon
342. Umbreon
343. Murkrow
344. Slowking
345. Misdreavus
346. Unown
347. Pineco
348. Forretress
349. Dunsparce
350. Gligar
351. Steelix
352. Snubbull
353. Granbull
354. Qwilfish
355. Scizor
356. Shuckle
357. Sneasel
358. Teddiursa
359. Ursaring
360. Swinub
361. Piloswine
362. Remoraid
363. Octillery
364. Delibird
365. Mantine
366. Houndour
367. Houndoom
368. Porygon2
369. Stantler
370. Smeargle
371. Tyrogue
372. Hitmontop
373. Smoochum
374. Elekid
375. Magby
376. Miltank
377. Blissey
378. Raikou
379. Entei
380. Suicune
381. Larvitar
382. Pupitar
383. Tyranitar
384. Lugia
385. Ho-oh
386. Celebi
Pokeblock Case:
You get the Pokeblock case from a girl in the Slateport Pokemon Contest building.
Premier Ball:
Buy at least ten Pokeballs and you will get a free Premier Ball
Bike wheelie:
Press B on a bike to pop a wheelie. Without a bike you will run.
Bike bunny hops:
Get the Acro Bike and hold B without moving the D-pad to bunny hop.
Mach Bikes:
Mach bikes have one large advantage over the Acro bikes. Mach bikes can run through mud slides, if you have enough speed.
Pokemon Contest:
In Pokemon Contest houses, you may enter your Pokemon into a contest for a chance to win a medal. However if you enter without any Porok level ups, you will have a very low chance of winning. The way to raise this is to go out and find the trees with berries on them, then press A. You will then receive 1 to 4 berries. If you now go to a Pokemon House, you will see small gray machines on the right. The empty one on the top is for multi-player. For now, find a house in a city that only has a man at the bottom. Go to the other side of the machine and press A. You will then be asked to pick a Porok (berry) and throw it in. The spinner will come down and start moving. The objective is to press A just when the spinner hits your arrow: Circle Within A Circle: Direct hit (much faster)
Circle: Near hit (slightly faster)
X: Miss (slower
Who are the Regi-trio?
The Regi-trio are a group of three Legendary Pokemon (hence, trio) found only in the Ruby and Sapphire versions of Pokemon. These three Pokemon are a Rock-type, Regirock; an Ice-type, Regice; and a Steel-type, Registeel. These strange-looking, golem-esque Pokemon are very similar in nature to the Legendary Birds of Pokemon Red, Blue, and Yellow, and the Legendary Dogs of Pokemon Gold, Silver, and Crystal. For one thing, they are unique, meaning there is only one of each in every game. They are also very powerful, as most Legendary Pokemon tend to be. However, these Pokemon are a greater challenge to locate than other Legendaries.

How Do I Find the Regi-trio?
First of all, I'd like to point out that there are two ways to find the Regi-trio: the easy wasy and the hard way. For the puporse of this article, I'll guide you through the easy way. If you'd like to try the hard way, I suggest you find a website on the Internet where you can learn the Braille alphabet, because you will need to know it to unlock the secrets of the Regi-trio.
Now, onto the good stuff. Unlocking the locations of the Regi-trio is very elaborate and will take some time. First off, you'll need a Pokemon that knows Surf and one that knows Dive (or one that knows both Surf and Dive). A Pokemon that knows Dig will also be required. Finally, you will need two specific Pokemon for this mission, should you choose to accept it: Wailord and Relicanth. Don't have these Pokemon? Well, I'm here to help! However, acquiring both Pokemon won't be easy. Relicanth can only be found on the seafloor. I found mine on Route 124, so that would be a good place to search. Relicanth, however, is hard to run into, wherever you search, so you will need a lot of patience. It is also not the easiest Pokemon to get into a PokeBall, so come prepared (Dive Balls work well). Wailord can also be found in the wild, by fishing or surfing, but it is also a rare Pokemon to find (I've only run into one, while Surfing east of Pacficidlog Town). A better strategy might be to evolve a Wailmer. Find the highest level Wailmer you can and level it up until it reaches Lv. 40, and you will now have yourself the largest Pokemon in existence, Wailord.
So, got all the Pokemon you need? Good. Make your way to Pacifidlog Town, however you can. The place you will need to go to will be located West of Pacfidlog, so go ahead and jump into the water (on a Pokemon, of course). The location you will be heading to is an underwater cavern. Surf along the bottom of Routes 132, 133, 134, riding the fast-moving waves until you come across a dark-blue patch of water on Route 134 where you can dive (if you don't find this, try again, keeping to the bottom of the routes as much as possible). Dive down. Follow the underwater route until you come across some Braille writing on a wall. So, you can't read Braille. Don't sweat it, I'll guide you through it. This first room is rather simple anyway. Just simply go to the back of the room where you'll find a patch of Braille written on the back wall. All you need to do is Dig. Yup, that's right, just choose the Pokemon you taught Dig and use it. Ta-da! A door should open allowing you access to the next room. Go into this room and head to its back wall. Now, here's where Relicanth and Wailord come into play. Make sure Relicanth is the first Pokemon in your party and Wailord is the last. Read the Braille. You should then experience three earthquakes. Once they stop, you should be left wondering "Okay.". Congratulations, you've opened the ruins of the Regi-trio! Now, if only you knew where those ruins were.
How Do I Catch the Regi-trio?
Hey, I'm still here to help! So who do you want to go after first, huh? Regirock you say? Very well then. First, you have to know what you're looking for. These ruins are all formed in the same pattern. There will be a large rock with a doorway now open in it, and will be surrounded by six smaller rocks, forming a circle around the larger rock. So where is this Regirock guy located? Good question. The answer is the desert, which you can find north of Mauville. The ruins can be found in the lower portion of the desert. So, go into them and you should find no Regirock, but more Braille. Okay, now what? Well, read the Braille. Right, you can't read Braille. Well just read it anyway then follow my advice. Take two steps to the right, then two steps down. Hopefully you brought along a Pokemon that knows Strength, because after doing this little dance you'll need to use it. After you have, the door to Regirock's chamber will open.
So, how do you catch this guy? Well, same way as any other Pokemon, just way more annoying. Make sure you bring lots and lots of PokeBalls, all kinds of them too. No one kind of PokeBall works well against the Regi-trio. I caught Regirock with a Great Ball, Regice with a Pokeball, and Registeel with an Ultra Ball. You will need a lot of patience, though, because these three break out of PokeBalls very easily. You're going to need luck and maybe even the Force on your side to catch them. Just work on reducing their HP as much as possible (False Swipe works well when you don't want to KO them), and try Sleep, Paralysis, or other status attacks (not Poison or Burn, though, you don't want to accidentally make them faint after all). After you've got them where you want them, just start chuckin' PokeBalls at them until you catch them. One word of advice though: please make sure you save before you fight them. Chances are you won't catch them on your first try so you will want to keep them around until you do.
Okay, so you finally managed to catch Regirock. It's onto the next one! Let's go after Regice now. Its ruins are located on an island north of Dewford. Just Surf north of there, along the western side of the water, and you should eventually come to an inlet where the ruins are. Go in and read the Braille. Now here's a twist: don't do anything. That's right.read the Braille then put your Game Boy Advance down, and do not touch anything. Leave the system alone for two minutes, and if you've done it correctly, the door to the slumbering Regice's chamber should be open. Follow the steps outlined above to nab him.
Two down, one to go. The final member of the Regi-trio, Registeel, can be found west of Lilycove. Head out there until you come to a little plateau with steps leading up to it. Go up those steps and proceed north to another set of steps and another plateau, and here the Ancient Tomb of Registeel is located. Enter and, you guessed it, read the Braille. This little test is rather simple. Just go into the very center of the room and use Fly! The door will open and you can rush in and get the last of the Regi-trio.
Hopefully with all this advice you should have no trouble catching these Pokemon. A lot of people struggle to try and solve the mystery of the Regi-trio. Hopefully I've made it a little easier for you. Good luck and happy hunting!
Pokemon Natures are one of the many new and exciting additions to Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire. Pokemon have been long known to display individual personalities, and now that has finally been implemented into the games. A Pokemon?s Nature is, essentially, its personality. So what effect on the games do these Natures have? Well, that?s a good question, and the answer is it effects the way a Pokemon grows. Certain Natures determine which stats grow more quickly and which grow more slowly. For example, a Nature may cause your Pokemon?s Speed to grow more quickly than usual, but at the same time causes your Defense to develop more slowly than it normally would. Pokemon Natures also determine what kind of PokeBlock your Pokemon will like best and what kind it will dislike. This guide will show you which Natures help and hinder what stats and what PokeBlock flavors go best with those Natures. Note: some Natures are neutral, and have no effect on stats or preference for PokeBlocks.

Nature: Adament
+ Effect: Attack
- Effect: Sp. Attack
Favorite Flavor: Spicy (Cool)
Least Favorite: Dry (Beauty)
Nature: Bashful
+ Effect: None
- Effect: None
Favorite Flavor: None
Least Favorite: None
Nature: Bold
+ Effect: Defense
- Effect: Attack
Favorite Flavor: Sour (Tough)
Least Favorite: Spicy (Cool)
Nature: Brave
+ Effect: Attack
- Effect: Speed
Favorite Flavor: Spicy (Cool)
Least Favorite: Sweet (Cute)
Nature: Calm
+ Effect: Sp. Defense
- Effect: Attack
Favorite Flavor: Bitter (Smart)
Least Favorite: Spicy (Cool)
Nature: Careful
+ Effect: Sp. Defense
- Effect: Sp. Attack
Favorite Flavor: Bitter (Smart)
Least Favorite: Dry (Beauty)
Nature: Docile
+ Effect: None
- Effect: None
Favorite Flavor: None
Least Favorite: None
Nature: Gentle
+ Effect: Sp. Defense
- Effect: Defense
Favorite Flavor: Bitter (Smart)
Least Favorite: Sour (Tough)
Nature: Hardy
+ Effect: None
- Effect: None
Favorite Flavor: None
Least Favorite: None
Nature: Hasty
+ Effect: Speed
- Effect: Defense
Favorite Flavor: Sweet (Cute)
Least Favorite: Sour (Tough)
Nature: Impish
+ Effect: Defense
- Effect: Sp. Attack
Favorite Flavor: Sour (Tough)
Least Favorite: Dry (Beauty)
Nature: Jolly
+ Effect: Speed
- Effect: Sp. Attack
Favorite Flavor: Sweet (Cute)
Least Favorite: Dry (Beauty)
Nature: Lax
+ Effect: Defense
- Effect: Sp. Defense
Favorite Flavor: Sour (Tough)
Least Favorite: Bitter (Smart)
Nature: Lonely
+ Effect: Attack
- Effect: Defense
Favorite Flavor: Spicy (Cool)
Least Favorite: Sour (Tough)
Nature: Mild
+ Effect: Sp. Attack
- Effect: Defense
Favorite Flavor: Dry (Beauty)
Least Favorite: Sour (Tough)
Nature: Modest
+ Effect: Attack
- Effect: Sp. Attack
Favorite Flavor: Dry (Beauty)
Least Favorite: Spicy (Cool)
Nature: Naive
+ Effect: Speed
- Effect: Sp. Defense
Favorite Flavor: Sweet (Cute)
Least Favorite: Bitter (Smart)
Nature: Naughty
+ Effect: Attack
- Effect: Sp. Defense
Favorite Flavor: Spicy (Cool)
Least Favorite: Bitter (Smart)
Nature: Quiet
+ Effect: Sp. Attack
- Effect: Speed
Favorite Flavor: Dry (Beauty)
Least Favorite: Sweet (Cute)
Nature: Quirky
+ Effect: None
- Effect: None
Favorite Flavor: None
Least Favorite: None
Nature: Rash
+ Effect: Sp. Attack
- Effect: Sp. Defense
Favorite Flavor: Dry (Beauty)
Least Favorite: Bitter (Smart)
Nature: Relaxed
+ Effect: Defense
- Effect: Speed
Favorite Flavor: Sour (Tough)
Least Favorite: Sweet (Cute)
Nature: Sassy
+ Effect: Sp. Defense
- Effect: Speed
Favorite Flavor: Bitter (Smart)
Least Favorite: Sweet (Cute)
Nature: Serious
+ Effect: None
- Effect: None
Favorite Flavor: None
Least Favorite: None
Nature: Timid
+ Effect: Speed
- Effect: Attack
Favorite Flavor: Sweet (Cute)
Least Favorite: Spicy (Cool)
This is juz some help, get the guide book for more tips!

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