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Pokemon Ruby/Sapphire cheats: Items...

Acro Bike: Jump sideways:
Go on your bike then press B + D-pad in the direction to jump.
Information in this section was contributed by Michael Nguyen.

Acro Bike: Bunny hop:
Hold B while you stay in the same place. You should start hopping. You can also hop around.
Information in this section was contributed by Pianokid53.

Amulet Coin:
After you defeat your dad in the Petalburg City Gym, go to your house and speak to your mom. She asks you if you have defeated your father then gives you the Amulet Coin as a present. The Amulet Coin doubles the amount of money you get for defeating a trainer. You must make the Pokemon holding the Amulet Coin participate in the battle.
Information in this section was contributed by MysticSDG.

After you have received the letter to deliver to Steven on Dewford Island, go back to your house and talk to your mother. She will give you the Amulet Coin and you will have her registered in your PokeNAV.
Information in this section was contributed by Mikey7829.

Berry Blender: Speed up:
Instead of pressing A once, press it several times on the first turn. You can get up to 40 RPM on the first turn if done correctly. After that, keep double hitting on every turn until about 80 RPM, where it gets too fast. This should increase speeds phenomenally. It is possible to get up to 150 RPM in three player on the first hut, with Laddie and the old man.
Information in this section was contributed by Paul Reid.

Blackglasses:
To get Blackglasses, you will first need an Itemfinder from May or Brendan. Then, go to Verdanderf Town, west of Mauville City and Daycare Center. Northwest of the town, there will be an entrance to a cave. Go inside. Do not go up the stairs in front of you. Instead, go to the left and you will see an exit. Go in there. You should see a man in front of you. Talk to him. He will that say he is looking for his glasses. Go two steps to the left and use the Itemfinder. It will indicate where the Blackglasses are located. Blackglasses is a hold item that powers up Dark Pokemon attacks. While you are here. go north of the area where you are to get an item.

Coin Case:
Go to the Trick House. While going through several tricks, you should get the Harbor Mail. After getting it, fly to Mauville City. Go to the house next door to the Game Corner. The woman there should trade you the Coin Case for the Harbor Mail.
Information in this section was contributed by Chriss4525.

Go to Slate City and to the Pokemart. Buy the Mail and go back to Mayville City. Go to the first house you see and talk to the girl to get the Coin Case.
Information in this section was contributed by granade.

Deepseascale and Deepseatooth:
After you go into the sunken ship and get the Scanner (you must have Dive to get into the room), Captain Stern in Slateport City. He will ask if you would like to trade the Scanner for one of the items he found, the Deepseascale or the Deepseatooth. The Deepseascale is used to evolve Clamperl into a Gorebyss, and the Deepseatooth makes Clamperl evolve into Huntail.
Information in this section was contributed by Thor063.

Diplomas:
Collect all 202 Pokemon in the Hoenn Pokedex. Speak to the man at the second floor of Lilicove motel who wants a completed Pokedex. Give it to him and he will give you the Hoenn Pokedex Diploma.
Information in this section was contributed by Konstantinos Koutras.

Collect all 386 Pokemon in the Pokedex. Speak to the man at the second floor of Lilicove motel who wants a completed Pokedex. Give it to him and he will give you the National Pokedex Diploma.

Durin Berry:
Tell the Berry Master's wife "COOL LATIOS" after getting Latios' data.
Information in this section was contributed by CoolTJake101.

E-Card Berry:
There is a rare berry that can only be found by swiping E-Cards.
Information in this section was contributed by Gamewatchguy.

Eon Ticket:
Mix records with a Pokemon Emerald game that has an Eon Ticket.
Information in this section was contributed by Austin T Mai.

Everstone:
The Everstone is in granite cave.
Information in this section was contributed by AsianAssassin11.

Exp Share:
After you deliver the letter to Steven, go to the Devon Corp. and talk to the president. He should give you an Exp Share for impressing him, and for his thanks.
Information in this section was contributed by Nights Dreamer.

After you delivered the letter to Steven, go back to Rustburo and visit Mr. Stone. He will thank you for delivering the letter and you will receive an Exp Share.
Information in this section was contributed by Mikey7829.

To get double experience, make the Pokemon to be leveled up hold the Experience Share. Then, send it out to battle. If the Pokemon wins, it will be rewarded double the experience that it would normal get.
Information in this section was contributed by Brian45342.

Flutes:
The colors of each flute have the following effect:
Information in this section was contributed by Joe.

Blue: Wakes a sleeping Pokemon.
Red: Snaps a Pokemon out of attraction.
White: Calls Pokemon to you.
Yellow: Snaps a Pokemon out of confusion.
Black: Keeps Pokemon away from you.

Ganlon Berry:
Use the Pokemon Coliseum bonus disc to download Jirachi. He will arrive with a Ganlon Berry.
Information in this section was contributed by Jasonrocks7391.

Glass Pidgeot Statue:
Win Master Rank in all types of contests and have a painter submit your Pokemon's drawing to the museum. Then, talk to the curator of the museum and he will give you a Glass Pidgeot Statue to place in your secret base.
Information in this section was contributed by Sergio Torres.

Gold Trainer Card:
On your Trainer Card, there are tiny little yellow stars that are to the right of your name. For every major event you accomplish in the game, you will get a star and your trainer card will go from Green, Bronze, Silver, to Gold.
Information in this section was contributed by Sergio Torres.

To get the first star (Green Card), you must complete the Pokemon League.
To get the second star (Bronze Card), you must complete your Pokedex.
To get the third star (Silver Card), you must have all your Pokemon painted and shown in the Museum in Lilycove City.
To get the fourth star(Gold Card), you must have every person in the Pokemon Trainer Fan Club be your fan.

Goo-Googles:
After you defeat Flannery, go out of the gym. May/Brendan will be going out of the Herbal Shop. He or she will talk to you, but does not battle. He or she will give you the Goo-Googles.

Good Rod:
Go to Mauville City. Walk or run right (east) until you find the shore. Surf across. You should be at Route 118. Talk to the fisherman and he will give you the Good Rod.
Information in this section was contributed by Bobby Vadhanapanich.

Green Shard:
When on Mossdeep Island go down, then go left until you are standing on a piece of sand with three trees. Then, Surf left and dive in the diving location directly to the left of the male swimmer Spencer. Go forward when diving. You will have to go up slightly farther to get behind some rocks that you usually cannot pass. Then, Surf to the left to the next diving location and dive. Go to the left, then go up again. You will find a Pokeball with the Green Shard.
Information in this section was contributed by Björn Klaassen Bos.

Heart Scale:
You can find Heart Scales on the beach under Slateport City by using the Item Finder. You should find at least two Heart Scales and some other items. You can take the Heart Scales to the move tutor to get some moves for your Pokemon.
Information in this section was contributed by SanchezLMS.

Go to Lilycove City. Then, go to the beach where you can walk on water. Go to your left on the sand and you will see three rocks. Go to the rock all the way at the end. Press A on the rock to get a Heart Scale.
Information in this section was contributed by Jfz517.

You can get the Heart Scale by catching a Luvdisc in Ever Grande City (at the Pokemon Center). You can use the Super Rod to catch Luvdisc. Most, but not all, Luvdiscs come with a Heart Scale.

HM Cut:
Fly to Rustboro City. Find the Pokemon Center and go to the house to the left. Alternately, if you started a new game, after you can run to other places run up until you go to Oldale Town. Then, go west and follow Route 102 and fight the trainers along the way. Find a sign that reads "Petalburg" with a left-pointing arrow. Follow the route until you get to Petalburg. Then, follow Route 104 and go into a cave. You might find a member of the enemy's team. Fight and defeat him or her, then, find the exit. Follow the bridge on the right after you come out of the cave. Follow the road until you see the city name "Rustboro City". Keep going north until you see another white building with a red roof. Then, go west to the house directly next to the Pokemon Center (white building with red roof). Go in and talk to the man sitting down on the chair and he will give you the HM move Cut.
Information in this section was contributed by Austin Tam.

Hyper Potion:
Hyper Potion is a full restore but is named differently. Full Restore costs more money than Hyper Potion. It is very good when facing the Elite Four.
Information in this section was contributed by Sean Almy.

Ice Heal:
In the Lavaridge Town hot springs, there is an ICE heal in front of the old woman on the left.
Information in this section was contributed by DragonChtrck.

Itemfinder:
When you first use the Itemfinder, it may seem as if it only gives generalized hints about surrounding items. However, upon closer inspection, each use turns your character in the direction of the buried item. By moving in that direction and using the Itemfinder again, you can effectively track down any item.
Information in this section was contributed by VxXenSietoxV.

While using the Itemfinder, if it rings look near trees and rocks . For example, sneak behind the Berry Master's house and look by the trees to find a Revive. Also go by the ocean shore in Mauville, Mossdeep, and Lilycove. All around the water you can find Heart Scales . After you have Surf, go to Dewford and surf north. You will find some land. Search all around it and you will find a Heart Scale . Look by the Daycare Center to see some grass blocked by a tree. Cut it down and search all around inside to find an item.
Information in this section was contributed by Sam.

Kelpsey Berry:
Go through to the other side of Meteor Falls and Surf up the river. You will find some Secret Bases and about six root-like Kelpsey Berries.
Information in this section was contributed by Gamewatchguy.

King's Rock:
In Mossdeep City, near Steven's house, is a man. Talk to him, and he will give you a King's Rock. This is a hold item that may cause flinching to the foe when you attack.
Information in this section was contributed by MARKCAV99.

Some Zigzagoons will sometimes pickup King's Rocks. Note: This requires time and work.
Information in this section was contributed by BoomerangBen.

Kyogre/Groudon Doll:
Get all 200 Pokemon, then go to the house with the women that gave you the Wailmer Doll (to the right of the Pokemon Center in Sootopolis City). She will then give you a Kyogre /Groudon, doll depending on wich game you have (Kyogre for Pokemon Sapphire and Groudon for Pokemon Ruby).
Information in this section was contributed by pieter moonen.

Leichi Berry:
The Leichi Berry is found on Mirage Island, located on Route 130.
Information in this section was contributed by CoolTJake101.

Lum Berry:
Go to the Berry Master's wife and enter "COOL LAIRON".
Information in this section was contributed by HPK2004.

Luxury Ball:
The Luxury Ball is in the abandoned ship.
Information in this section was contributed by jordan stenzler.

Once your Pokemon has a Ribbon in any Master Rank contest, re-enter the contest with the same Pokemon and win first place. You will receive a Luxury Ball instead of another Ribbon.
Information in this section was contributed by Sergio Torres.

Magost Berry:
Go to the Berry Master's house by surfing across the water directly from Mauville city, then move directly across until you see a huge patch of berries. Once you have collected all these berries, go into the house beside the patch. Talk to the Berry Master first, and he will give you a two different berries. The berries that you get are different with each game. Then, talk to the Berry Master's wife. Tell her "DREAM MACHINE" to get a Magost Berry.
Information in this section was contributed by Lizzybeaner.

Master Ball:
A Master Ball can also be found in the Team Aqua hideout. You only have one chance of getting it.
Information in this section was contributed by sniper wild.

If one of your Pokemon's ID number matches the numbers perfectly from the ticket you get at the Pokemon lotto in Lilycove, you will win a Master Ball.
Information in this section was contributed by Phyeken.

Show every trainer in the Hoenn region a completed Pokedex, then go to the Lilycove hotel. Show the owner your completed Pokedex and he will give you a Master Ball.
Information in this section was contributed by OMIKESPIKE.

When you reach Lilycove City, go to Mount Pyre and get the Blue Orb from the old woman. Then, go to Slateport and talk to Captain Stern. You will then hear Team Aqua taking the submarine. Go back to Lilycove and go east (left) and get in shallow water. Go up and you will see an entrance. Go in, and as soon as you defeat the last Team Aqua member, go back to the first floor until you find those things that make you go in another room. Find one that has "4" in the first row (where you start), and "3" in the other rows. Keep trying until you are in a room with four Pokeballs. Two of them are Electrodes and the other two are a Master Ball and a Nugget.
Information in this section was contributed by Qirjazip.

Mental Herb:
Fly to Fortree and go to the top row. Go to the house farthest to the right. Tap A on Wingull. He will go flying to Mossdeep. Fly to Mossdeep and go to the house closest to the Space Station entrance. Tap A on The Wingull. After it leaves, talk to the girl that last had the Wingull. Then, Fly back to Fortree. Go to the person's house that first had the Wingull. Talk to him and he will say: "Huh? This wasn't here when I sent him. I'm not a trainer so you can have it." He will give you a Mental Herb.
Information in this section was contributed by BillyJr. Blunt.

National Pokedex:
Trade a Pokemon to Pokemon Fire Red or Leaf Green to get a Pokedex which allows you to view all 386 Pokemon. Alternately, collect all 386 Pokemon in your Pokedex, then go to the Lilycove City hotel and talk to the Game Designer.
Information in this section was contributed by Anthony Roslevich.

You can upgrade the Pokedex with a Pokemon Fire Red or Leaf Green and have the Network Machine fixed on One Island. Trade any Pokemon from Pokemon Fire Red or Leaf Green versions on to Pokemon Ruby or Sapphire. The Pokedex on that version will be automatically be updated. You can now record data for all 386 Pokemon. This will not effect your Hoenn Pokedex quest.
Information in this section was contributed by Chaetixgold.

Trade any Pokemon between your game and Pokemon Emerald. This will give you the National Pokedex. You still will not be able to catch them. You will need to trade for them.
Information in this section was contributed by BMXMASTER1128.

Nuggets:
When facing a trainer named "Rich Boy ...", use Thief or Snatch on his Pokemon. You will get Nuggets, because all his Pokemon are holding one.
Information in this section was contributed by Psice Man.

To get easy Nuggets, you must have a Pokemon that knows Thief. If Rich Boy Winston (Route 104 near Mr. Briney's cottage) wants to battle or rematch you, use Thief on each of his Pokemon. All of his Pokemon are holding a Nugget.
Information in this section was contributed by khalilakalil2000.

Old Rod:
Fly, Surf, or Boat your way to Dewford Town (second gym). Find the gym, but do not go in. Instead, find the fisherman in the red outfit above there. He should be hear a female. Talk to the fisherman and he will give you the Old Rod.
Information in this section was contributed by Bobby Vadhanapanich.

Persim Berry:
Tell the Berry Masters wife "ABRA KADABRA " to get a Persim Berry.
Information in this section was contributed by daygen.

Poison Barb:
To get a Poison Barb, you will need to catch a Roselia. Some of them will be holding Posion Barb. Poison Barb increases the power of Poison attacks.
Information in this section was contributed by Sergio Torres.

Pokeblocks:
If you want to raise a certain stat with the Pokeblocks, read the name of the Pokeblock. If it says "Orange Pokeblock", it will most likely raise how tough your Pokemon looks (since Tough is represented by the color orange).
Information in this section was contributed by FinalGardian748.

You can only give your Pokemon a certain amount of Pokeblocks. If you give them up to the limit that they eat, they will refuse to eat anymore. Plan ahead before giving your Pokemon any Pokeblocks. Only give them high level Pokeblocks.
Information in this section was contributed by FinalGardian748.

When you get Durin, Spelon, Watmel, and Pamtre berries, plant them. Get a lot of them, then make them into Level 50 Pokeblocks with a feel of 32.
Information in this section was contributed by JKingJr2.

Pokeblock Case:
You get the Pokeblock case from a girl in the Slateport Pokemon Contest building.
Information in this section was contributed by MysticSDG.

Premier Ball:
Buy at least ten Pokeballs at any Pokemart and you will get a free Premier Ball.
Information in this section was contributed by Zach West and Wolfboy6.

Rabuta Berry:
Tell the Berry Masters wife "POKEMON CENTER" to get a Rabuta Berry.
Information in this section was contributed by awilliam.

Rare Candy:
Check the rocks in the sandstorm area to find a Rare Candy .
Information in this section was contributed by burroughb1.

Go left from Fallabar Town and Surf up to the top of the water. Use Waterfall and you will see a Pokeball. It contains a Rare Candy.
Information in this section was contributed by SmallTroy2010.

Pokemon with the Pickup ability (for example, Zigzagoon, Phanpy, etc.) will occasionally find Rare Candies as part of their ability. Get a party of six of these Pokemon and walk around in grassy areas to get items quickly. Remember to take the items from the Pokemon as they find them, so they can pick up more. Apart from Rare Candies, you will also get Nuggets, stat boost items, Full Restores and Ultra Balls.
Information in this section was contributed by Artscrafter.

You will win a Rare Candy after doing the first Trick Master Challange. Note: You will need Cut.
Information in this section was contributed by DragonChtrck.

When you are in Petalburg City and you have the HM Surf, go to the bottom of the screen and go to the pond. Use Surf to go to a space at the bottom of the pond were there is nothing that is visible. Go onto the land and press A to find a Rare Candy.
Information in this section was contributed by dark_fairy_37.

Rawst Berry:
Go to the Berry Master's house by surfing across the water directly from Mauville city, then move directly across until you see a huge patch of berries. Once you have collected all these berries, go into the house beside the patch. Talk to the Berry Master first, and he will give you a two different berries. The berries that you get are different with each game. Then, talk to the Berry Master's wife. Tell her "ANGRY ABRA" for a Rawst Berry.
Information in this section was contributed by Lizzybeaner.

Say "MAN LADY" and she will give you her rarest berry.
Information in this section was contributed by SkatingSkittles.

Red Tent:
Defeat the Trick Master about five times and he will give you a Red Tent. It is used for your Secret Base.
Information in this section was contributed by MARKCAV99.

Scanner:
When you go on the Abandoned Ship and end up talking to a man who needs a Scanner, find a room with water in it. Have a Pokemon that knows Dive and can use it with you. Dive at the end of the pool, and come back up slightly away. You will be in a room with six doors. In each will be a key to the next room. It will shine on the ground, but it may just be a shiny piece of trash. The key is in door two. Go back and talk to the man again. He will say to deliver it to Captain Stern for him, and that he wants to further explore the ship. Fly back to Slateport and go into the ferry ride. Captain Stern is there. Talk to him and he will offer a trade for the Scanner; the Deepseascale, and the Deepseatooth. The Deepseascale raises the Special Defense of a Clamperl, and the Deepseatooth raises its Special Attack.
Information in this section was contributed by Nights Dreamer.

Scarves:
Once you find a Pokemon that you would like to enter in the contest, give it Pure Berries that have at least a 25 for their taste. After you give a Pokemon a certain amount of Pokeblocks, once if its conditions will be at its maximum. Once that happens, go to the Pokemon Fan Club in Slateport City and talk to the man on the sofa. He will give you a Scarf to go with your Pokemon's condition. The scarves are:
Information in this section was contributed by Sergio Torres.

Red Scarf: Increase Coolness in Contest
Blue Scarf: Increase Beauty in Contest
Pink Scarf: Increase Cuteness in Contest
Green Scarf: Increase Smartness in Contest
Yellow Scarf: Increase Toughness in Contest

Shards:
Shards are also held on Pokemon:
Information in this section was contributed by Jorden.

Green shard on Relicanth (5%): Caught anywhere under water.
Red shard on Corsola (5%): Caught with a super rod, near the Pokemon Center of Ever Grand City, and go down the waterfall.
Yellow shard on Chinchou (5%): Caught anywhere under water.
Blue shard on Clampearl (5%): Caught him anywhere under water.

Sitrus Berry:
Once you get the fifth badge, go to the Berry Master's garden and pick all the berries. Fill the soil with all the Sitrus Berries you have. Return in a day and pick the berries. Then, plant them again. Keep doing this until you have lots of berries. 18 berries restore over 700 HP, saving money for Potions for battles. When you get to the Elite 4, use the berries between battles to heal your Pokemon.
Information in this section was contributed by cjpokestar.

Stones:
On Route 24, there is a treasure hunter. Give him a shard and he will give you a stone that represents the color of the shard. For example, Red Shard for a Fire Stone, Blue Shard for a Water Stone, and a Green Shard for a Leaf Stone.
Information in this section was contributed by Nights Dreamer.

You can find a Yellow Shard on Route 34 from Lilycove. Trade it with the man that likes to collect rare stones. He will trade a Thunder Stone for it.
Information in this section was contributed by Almorie Hodge.

Use the following trick to get unlimited Moon Stones, Sun Stones, and Water Stones. Clamperls (found underwater) may be carrying a Blue Shard, which can be exchanged with a man who lives on an island near Mossdeep City for a Water Stone. You can use Thief on the Clamperl or catch it to get the Blue Shard. In Pokemon Sapphire, Lunatones carry Moon Stones, and in Pokemon Ruby, Solrocks carry Sun Stones. They can also be obtained by using Thief or catching those Pokemon.

Super Rod:
The Super Rod is located near The Space Center. Go to the left of the Space Center. You should find a house where a fisherman is sitting on the chair. Talk to him and he will give you the Super Rod.
Information in this section was contributed by Bobby Vadhanapanich.

TM 01:
TM01 is found near the west side exit of Meteor Falls. To get it, you need a Pokemon that knows Surf. Use Surf and go to the north side of the exit. Then, pass through the rocks. You will see some stairs and a shore. Go there and fight the two trainers. One is Expert Timothy, and the other is Black Belt Nob. You can also find some Rare Berries and Calcium if you have a Mach Bike.
Information in this section was contributed by Atanatos.

TM 02:
In order to do this, you must Have waterfall, Surf Pokemon at least level 35. Aqua/Maga will steal the meteorite. However, there is more for the Meteor Falls. Go deep into the cave. Use Waterfall on the fall. Go through the cave and find TM 02.
Information in this section was contributed by Nick jept.

TM 43:
Go through the tunnel by the cable cars that lead to Mt. Chimney. Then, go right until you can go up. You will find a person looking at a sort of "pine tree". Talk to him to receive TM43 or Secret Power. You can now make Secret Bases.
Information in this section was contributed by MasterE.

Save TM:
When you have lost any important TM (Shadow Ball, Thunder, Fire Blast, Psychic, etc.), catch or transfer a Ditto. Grab the Pokemon that has the TM then breed it. You will now have the first Pokemon with a TM. This trick is useful when you have lost Eartquake, also is useful when you have any Pokemon to Battle Frontier higher than level 50. Only breed it then you will have the Pokemon with some attack learned by the Pokemon. When you need other Pokemon, try to breed other Pokemon than Ditto. Find a combination until you find a Pokemon. Note: This trick cannot be used with legendary Pokemon.
Information in this section was contributed by brig cool hop.

Volcanic Ash:
To gather Volcanic Ash easier, go to the grass to the east of Fallabar Town. Use Super and Max Repels and turn all the volcanic grass green. Do this as many times as needed to get enough ash to get the flute.
Information in this section was contributed by Userjh69059.

Wailord Doll:
Go to the Pokemon contest in Fallabor Town. When you finish the beauty contest she will ask you if you want a Wailord Doll or a Ribbon. Choose the Wailord Doll and put it in your Secret Base.
Information in this section was contributed by Tyler.

Wailmer Doll:
Fly to Sootopolis and go to the first house to the right of the gym. A woman will give a Wailmer Doll to you if you have a Wailmer in your party. It will be a very big doll and can only be placed on a big mat (Surf Mat recommended).
Information in this section was contributed by pieter moonen.

Water Stone:
A Water Stone can be found in the Abandoned Ship.
Information in this section was contributed by BillyJr. Blunt.

Watmel Berry:
Tell the Berry Master's wife "OVERWHELMING LATIAS" after getting Latias' data.
Information in this section was contributed by CoolTJake101.

Tell the Berry Master's wife "COOL LATIOS".
Information in this section was contributed by Gamewatchguy.

Finding items:
Look for the light brown smooth rocks that scattered throughout the game. Look under them. You might find items including a Heart Scale and Rare Candies.
Information in this section was contributed by JIFF.

Easy items:
This trick requires two Game Boy Advances, a game link, Pokemon Ruby or Sapphire ,a Pokemon Battle e-card, and an E-Reader. Set it up so the Game Boy Advances are connected and the game and E-Reader are in. Slide the card through the E-Reader and you will have to battle the person on the card. Note: You have to teach a Pokemon the TM Thief first to get the items. Send out the Pokemon that knows the TM Thief and use it against your opponent's Pokemon. All of your opponents Pokemon have items, and some are rare. When your done battling, save the game, then turn it off. If you want more of the items, repeat all of this as many times as desired.
Information in this section was contributed by rapsterd.

A good way to get easy items such as Rare Candies ,Super Potions, and Ultra Balls early in the game is to catch a some Zigzagoons. You must fight battles for them to find items. They automatically find useful items such as Full Restore, Full Heal, and Rare Candies early in the game.
Information in this section was contributed by Kama The Hedgehog.

Have one Pokemon that you are leveling and put him first. Then, get five Zigzagzoons or their evolved form. They both have the same effect of pick up. Go around anywhere and check your Zigzagzoons every so often. One of them will have an item. You can continue this to get rare items, such as Rare Candy, some types of vitamins, or an Ultra Ball.
Information in this section was contributed by Cid Demon.

To get many expensive and normally hard to find items, catch a few Zigzagoons at the start of the game. They pick up items randomly as you walk along. They will pick up anything from Super Potions and Full Restores to Proteins and Rare Candies.
Information in this section was contributed by Heather Morris.

This trick requires three Zigzagoon, Linoone, or Phanpy. Note: Linoone and Zigzagoon are easy to find on Route 120 near Fortree. Put your favorite Pokemon first in your party. Put another strong Pokemon second in your party, and put another Pokemon third, preferably one that needs leveling up. Give it Exp. Share. Put the three Pokemon with Pickup ability last. Battle some trainers again. After you are done battling, stay in front of the trainer. Lightly press the D-pad and step in each direction three times on each side of the trainer. Check to see if your Pickup ability Pokemon picked up any items. This usually works about one out of every three times.
Information in this section was contributed by amy mullen.

This works on any game that can get Zizagoon or Linoone with the ability Pick Up. Get six Zizagoons or Linoones and keep battling. Soon or later, check them and they will be holding an item. It can be a Super Potion, Rare Candy, Revive, King's Rock, Nugget, or Full Heal.
Information in this section was contributed by Philip T..

Go to Mt. Pyre, then press A while facing a tombstone.
Information in this section was contributed by tlktmbarker.

When you get the Pokeballs from your rival at the beginning of the game, catch Zigzagoons until you have the full box (six) of them. Keep battling with them, and any Zigzagoon will pick up the enemy's item when you defeat it. Sometimes you will also get two or three items at once. You can easily get the following at the first route: Super Potions, Ultra Balls, Full Heals, Full Restores, Revives and even Rare Candies. Note: It is not required to switch between Zigzagoons, but do not let them evolve. Also, check after every battle to get the items they stole.
Information in this section was contributed by G Nunes Neto.

Getting good items early:
Catch at least five Zigzagoons and fight random monsters. Your Zigzagoons will pick up items such as Rare Candy, Super Potions, and other nice things.
Information in this section was contributed by Redmoonblade.

Deepsea items:
After getting a Scanner from the abandoned ship, Capt. Stern will give you either a Deepseascale or a Deepseascale that raises Clamperl's SPCL ATK or SPCL. DEF. Each item will evolve Clamperl into a different Pokemon:

Deepseascale + trade Clamperl = Gorebyss
Deepseatooth + trade Clamperl = Huntail

Both of these Pokemon are about as useless as Clamperl, but Huntails have good SPCL. ATK.
Information in this section was contributed by Gamewatchguy.

Easy money:
Once you receive an Amulet Coin, have your strongest Pokemon hold it. An Amulet Coin doubles the amount of money you win from a trainer battle, if the holder takes part. For example, if you fight a bug catcher and use your strongest Pokemon, Mudkip, while making it hold Amulet Coin you will receive $642 for winning. Without the Amulet Coin, you only would have only received $321. The Amulet Coin is very useful when facing the Elite Four. Normally, you would only get $5,000 from each person and $10,000 from the league champ for a total of $30,000. Use the Amulet Coin to get $60,000.
Information in this section was contributed by Swishmaster3470.

Skip all the trainer battles possible at the beginning of the game unless absolutely necessary. Then, return later in the game when you are much stronger. You can now win easily and claim your money.
Information in this section was contributed by Swishmaster3470.

Before you reach Mossdeep City there is a house on a little island. Inside is the man who collects shards. He will trade shards for stones. If you do not desire to have a shard in your possession and are going to sell it at the Pokemart, instead go to the shard man's house outside of Mossdeep City. Trade your shard for a stone. If you do this and sell the stone at the Pokemart, it will result in more money. Instead of getting about $150 you can get about $1,050.

Easy money and experience:
Use the following steps to earn easy money and experience.
Information in this section was contributed by TAC.

1. You need to be able to use Fly.
2. Have two Pokemon in your top two slots.
3. The lead has to be a very strong Water type that knows Surf (Kyogre recommended).
4. Give it an Amulet Coin, which you can get from your mother.
5. In the second slot, put in a Pokemon that needs experience. 6.
6. Give it an Exp. Share, which you can get from the President of the Devon Corporation.
7. Fly to Lavaridge Town.
8. Go right, and move down until you see the interviewers Gabby and Ty. They should not be too difficult to find; they are standing next to each other. The one on the left (Gabby) holds a microphone, and the one on the right (Ty) is holding a camera. If they are not there, go to step 12.
9. Talk to them. You should enter a double battle. You should be facing a Whismur/Loudred/Exploud and a Magnemite/Magneton, depending on how many times you have battled them beforehand.
10. Use Surf from the strong water type. It should KO both. Then, the Pokemon that needs experience will gain three quarters of the experience points.
11. Answer their interview questions (optional).
12. Fly to Mauville. Move right, use Surf to cross the river, and go right. You should see them again. If not, go to steps 7 to 8 or to step 14.
13. Repeat steps 9 to 11.
14. Fly to Fortree Head, as far right as you can go from there. You should see them. If not, go to steps 7 to 8 or step 12.
15. Repeat steps 9 to 11.
16. Repeat steps 7 to 15 again. The interviewers follow a pattern going from steps 7 to 8 to step 12 to step 14 and back again. Every time you battle, you should gain a considerable amount of experience and money. The interviewers never leave.

Growing a berry:
Go to a patch of soft soil and plant any berry (one that grows fast without Wailmer Pail recommended). Wait for awhile and the berry/berry tree will look like it is blinking. If this happens, the plant will grow taller.
Information in this section was contributed by Ruby Duckworth.

Hidden Power:
Although Hidden power seems weak and useless, it is actually a very good move to have. If your Pokemon is in a situation where the advantage is not on its side (for example, Electric vs. Ground), then Hidden Power can be used against the opponent to inflict effective damage, regardless of your Pokemon's type.
Information in this section was contributed by VxXenSietoxV.

Pictures:
To get pictures in the Museum, win the Master Rank Beauty Contest 2. An artist will tell you that you have inspired him to paint great pictures. Then, you will find your picture(s) in the museum.
Information in this section was contributed by Chelsea Lemon.

Bike wheelie:
Press B on a bike to pop a wheelie. Without a bike you will run.
Information in this section was contributed by Magnakidd12.

Note: You cannot do a wheelie on the Mach Bike. Also, if you keep a wheelie going through grass, you will lessen the chance to be challenged by a wild Pokemon.
Information in this section was contributed by Brian45342.

Bike bunny hops:
Get the Acro Bike and hold B without moving the D-pad to bunny hop.
Information in this section was contributed by Michael.

Bike hops:
Get the Acro Bike, then do a wheelie to ride on your back wheel. Stop and press B. After a few seconds, you will start hopping. If you move the D-pad while pressing B, you can hop while moving.
Information in this section was contributed by Jp2Mets.

Mach Bikes:
Mach bikes have one large advantage over the Acro bikes. Mach bikes can run through mud slides, if you have enough speed.
Information in this section was contributed by Edwin Chan.

Mach Bike/Acro Bike abilities:
Once you reach Mauville City, there is a building called Rydel's Cycles. Go inside and talk to Rydel. Once he learns that you have walked from Littleroot Town to Mauville City, he will give you a bike to ride. There are two bikes that you can have -- the Mach Bike and the Acro Bike. The Mach Bike can go fast, but has very bad handling. It is used for riding up sandy slopes and for speeding past crumbling floors in some caves. The Acro Bike is the one you can do tricks on. It does not go as fast as the Mach Bike, but has very good handling. You can hold B while riding to do wheelies, or stop and hold B to do little bunny hops. You can also tap B + D-pad in any direction to take little jumps. This bike is used for getting across narrow, white rails that span some rivers.
Information in this section was contributed by modawg411.

Pokemon associated with items:
Some items in the game are unique. For example, the Sun Stone, Moon Stone, Poison Barb, Dragon Scale, Soul Dew, Rawst Berry, Oran Berry, Mystic Water, Star Piece, Blue Shards, Hard Stone, Magnet, and Heart Scale can only be found under rocks or on routes. However, all these items are also attached to some wild Pokemon.
Information in this section was contributed by Sergio Torres and SlitheryMat.

Sun Stone: Solrock (Pokemon Ruby only)
Moon Stone: Lunatone (Pokemon Sapphire only)
Poison Barb: Roselia
Dragon Scale: Horsea and Bagon
Soul Dew: Latios and Latias (Southern Islands)
Rawst Berry: Vulpix, Numel
Oran Berry: Pikachu, Linoone
Mystic Water: Castform
Star Piece: Staryu
Blue Shards: Clamperl
Hard Stone: Geodude, Graveler, Relincanth
Magnet: Chinchou
Heart Scales: Luvdiscs
Red Shard: Corsola
Nomel Berry: Numel
Metal Coat: Magnemite

Use Trick, Thief, Covet on the following pokemon to obtain the corresponding items.
Information in this section was contributed by Razerman -x.

Leppa Berry: Skitty
Pecha Berry: Poochyena
Chesto Berry: Whismur
Steel Coat : Magnemite
Kings Rock: Hariyama
Spell Tag (rarely): Dusclops/Banette

Poke-Navi:
This is a useful item with multiple functions.
Information in this section was contributed by Ketay.

Map: This will display a map of Houen. You can move the pointer with the D-pad and can also press A to zoom in.
Poke-Info: This will display information about your Pokemon stats. These may show how much of a chance your Pokemon has of winning a Pokemon Contest. These can be raised with Poroks (the berries).
Trainer-Dex: This will show information on all of the trainers you have fought.
Hall Of Fame: After defeating the Elite 4, you can see your Pokemon that defeated them in the Hall of Fame.
Information in this section was contributed by Nicholas Oh.
When the Poke-Navi is blinking, it indicates that a trainer wants a re-match with you. Find and battle them to get more money.
Information in this section was contributed by Jimmytly.

HM list:
Information in this section was contributed by Ketay, and Gtobit

HM 01 (Cut): Cuts down small bushes. Found inside the house to the left of the Pokemon Center in Kanazumi City.
HM 02 (Fly): Can fly to cities: Found in the town with the sixth Gym.
HM 03 (Surf): Can Swim. Found in the house left of the fourth Gym.
HM 04 (Strength): Allows you to push some rocks. Found in the town with fourth Gym.
HM 05 (Flash) Lights up dark areas. Found in the cave on the island with the second Badge.
HM 06 (Rock Smash): Smashes some rocks: Found in the house to the right of the third Gym.
HM 07 (Waterfall) Allows you to climb waterfalls. Found in the cave with the Legendary Pokemon in Rune.
HM 08 (Dive): Allows you to submerge under the ocean. Found in Tokusane City after beating the seventh Gym.

TM list:
Information in this section was contributed by Sergio Torres and emcar14.

TM1 (Focus Punch): Go to Route 115, then Surf up until you get to another land. Then, follow the rocky path after that. It is an item that is shaped like a Pokeball.
TM2 (Dragon Claw): Found in Meteor Falls.
TM3 (Water Pulse): Obtained when you win the eighth Gym.
TM4 (Calm Mind: Obtained when you win the seventh Gym.
TM5 (Roar): Go to Route 114 and talk to the man with the Poocheyena.
TM6 (Toxic): Found in the Fiery Path.
TM7 (Hail): Found in the Shoal cave after helping the old man find his items.
TM8 (Bulk Up): Obtained after defeating the Dewford Gym Leader.
TM9 (Bullet Seed): Talk to somebody on Route 104 and he will give it to you.
TM10 (Hidden Power): Get this item at Slateport City or at Fortree City.
TM11 (Sunny Day): Find this item in the Scorched Slab.
TM12 (Taunt): Solve a certain puzzle in the Trick House.
TM13 (Ice Beam): Buy it for 3,000 coins at the Mauville Game Corner.
TM14 (Blizzard): Buy it for 5,000 coins in the Lilycove Department Store.
TM15 (Hyper Beam): Buy it for 7,500 coins in the Lilycove Department Store.
TM16 (Light Screen): Buy it for 3,000 coins in the Lilycove Department Store.
TM17 (Protect): Buy it for 3,000 coins in the Lilycove Department Store.
TM18: Rain Dance): Get this item in the Abandoned Ship underwater.
TM19 (Giga Drain): Get this item in Route 123.
TM20 (Safeguard): Buy it for 3,000 coins in the Lilycove Department Store.
TM21 (Frustration): Get this item in Pacifidlog Town after showing a certain man a Pokemon that hates you.
TM22 (Solarbeam): Find this item in the Safari Zone.
TM23 (Iron Tail): Located in Meteor Falls.
TM24 (Thunderbolt): Buy it in Mauville for 4,000 coins.
TM25 (Thunder): Buy it for 5,500 in the Lilycove Department Store.
TM26 (Earthquake): Located in Seafloor Cavern.
TM27 (Return): Get this item in Pacifidlog Town after showing a certain man a Pokemon that likes you.
TM28 (Dig): Go to the Fossil Maniac's House and talk to the first person you see.
TM29: Get this item in Victory Road.
TM30 (Shadowball): Find this item on Mt. Pyre.
TM31 (Brick Break): Get this item in Sootopolis City.
TM32 (Double Team): Buy it in the Mauville Game Corner for 1,500 coins.
TM33 (Reflect): Buy it for 3,000 coins in the Lilycove Department Store.
TM34 (Shock Wave): Defeat the Mauville Gym Leader to get this item.
TM35 (Flamethrower): Buy it in the Mauville Game Corner for 4,000 coins.
TM36 (Sludge Bomb): Get this item in Dewford Town.
TM37 (Sandstorm): Located in the desert.
TM38 (Fire Blast): Buy it for 5,500 coins in the Lilycove Department Store.
TM39 (Rock Tomb): Defeat the Rustboro Gym to get this item.
TM40 (Aerial Ace): Defeat the Fortree Gym to get this item.
TM41 (Torment): Get this item in Slateport City.
TM42 (Facade): Defeat the Petalburg Gym to get this item.
TM43 (Secret Power): Find this item in Route 111.
TM44 (Rest): Get this item in Lilycove City.
TM45 (Attract): Get this item in Verdanturf Town.
TM46 (Theif): Get this item when Team Aqua or Team Magma invades the Oceanic Museum.
TM47 (Steel Wing): Get this item in Granite Cave after talking to Steven.
TM48 (Skill Swap): Located in Mount Pyre.
TM49 (Snatch): Found on the S.S. Tidal.
TM50 (Overheat): Defeat the Lavaridge Gym to get this item.

Hint: Berry name origins:
All the berries are named after fruits.
Information in this section was contributed by JKingJr2, REMFistyfive, paul clayberg, and Corey Lynch.

Aspear: Pear
Bluk: Blueberry
Cheri: Cherry
Chesto: Chesnut
Cornn: Corn
Durin: Durian
Figy: Fig
Grepa: Grape
Hondew: Honey Dew Melon
Iapapa: Papaya
Kelpsy: Kelp
Leppa: Apple
Lum: Mulberry
Magost: Mango
Nanab: Banana
Nomel: Lemon
Oran: Orange
Pecha: Peach
Persim: Pepper/Prism
Qualot: Comquat
Rabuta: Rabutan fruit
Rawst: Strawberry
Razz: Razzberry
Sitrus: any various citrus fruits
Tamato: Tomato
Watmel: Watermelon
Wepear: Pear
Wiki: Kiwi

Hint: Special berry locations:
Information in this section was contributed by paul clayberg, hylianpaladin, and mehicd2.

Leichi: Mirage Island (or use an Aeon Ticket)
Spelon: Tell Berry Master's wife "Great Battle"
Watmel: Tell Berry Master's wife: "Overwhelming Latias" after getting Latias in your Pokedex
Durin: Tell Berry Master's wife "Cool Latios" after getting Latios in your Pokedex
Hozu: Special e-Card needed
Belue: Tell Berry Master's wife "Challenge Contest"
Pamtre: Tell Berry Master's wife: "Super Hustle"
Cheated berries: Enigma, Lansat, and Srachy berries.

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