Monday, September 24, 2012
Sunday, September 23, 2012
1. Do all the In-Game Trades that you can find. They may have rare Pokémon that are worth your while.
2. When you get the Dowsing Machine, use it as much as you can, especially in caves and mountains. There may be items you can't see that will be a big help.
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Friday, September 21, 2012
Thursday, September 20, 2012
Watch out for the Bad Guys! While they may be weak, there are many of them, so make sure that they on't reduce your team to rubble. Make sure to constantly heal with items, and when necessary, even go to the nearest Pokémon Center. And at the end of the grunts, there will be a larger battle, so heal and save before that!
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Wednesday, September 19, 2012
Tuesday, September 18, 2012
When going through the region, it is important to have a well rounded team. You should always have a Flying type, to use the HM Fly, and take out Fighting types. Also, have a Water type, (to use Surf and other Water related HMs), a Fire type, (To take out Bug and Grass Types), a Fighting type, (To take out Normal and Dark types), and a Ice type, (to take out Dragon types). All other types are your choice, and dual types are recommended!
Monday, September 17, 2012
Tip 1: When you are taking on your rival, make sure you have Pokémon that are super effective on theirs. Since your rival always chooses the type your starter is weak to, have a Pokémon that can take it out!
Tip 2: To help complete your Pokédex, battle every trainer, catch all new Pokémon that you encounter, evolve your Pokémon, and trade with a friend that has the opposite version to you.
Tip 3: In Pokémon Rangers: Shadows of Almia, you have to catch your partner Pokémon. I recommend Pachirisu, for it has the most useful Poké Assist. It stuns the target, so it can't move!
Saturday, September 15, 2012
When choosing your starter, make sure to keep some things in mind. Think of their weaknesses and resistances. Then, think of what types they are strong and weak against. Finally, think of what moves they can learn and be taught, and what their final stage is.
Friday, September 14, 2012
When starting your new game, always talk to everyone! They could give you useful items, for example: There will be a Pokémart Spokesperson who will give a free Potion! (Very helpful for the first route.) However, in Gold, Silver, Crystal, HeartGold, and SoulSilver, Professor Elm's Aide will give you 5 free Potions!
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