Alternate title screen
At the screen with the “Continue”, “New Game”, and other options, press the button to go back. When you return to the title screen, different characters will be shown.
When you get to Mt. Battle and battle to the top, you will face Cipher Admin Dokim. He has Entei as a Shadow Pokemon.
To get Ho-Oh, purify all 48 Shadow Pokemon and defeat 100 trainers on Mt. Battle using only the Pokemon from your story mode team. Note: Your PC must have an empty slot. Additionally, have all the Shadow Pokemon purified and defeat Mt. Battle (battle mode). Complete Mt. Battle in RPG mode and you will be rewarded with Ho-oh.
To get Jurachi, load him into the Game Boy Advance from the bonus disc. Then, transfer him to Pokemon Colosseum . Also, after you have the three Legendary Dogs (Suicune, Riakou, and Entei) and the two dragons Latios and Latias, go to Celebi Place and he will give you a Master Ball then leave the shrine. Leave and return. Jirachi will be there. Note: Jirachi cannot be transferred to your game. At Celebi Place, catch Jirachi with the Master Ball. Leave and purify it. It is a Shadow Pokemon. Come back and get it purified by Celebi; it will be back. You can try to catch Celebi. It will not be a Shadow Pokemon. After doing this, you can transport Celebi to your Pokemon Ruby or Sapphire game.
Raikou can be found as a Shadow Pokemon of Cipher Admin Ean in the Shadow Pokemon Lab.
Suicune can be found as a Shadow Pokemon of Cipher Admin Venus in The Under.
Defeat the Deep King Agnol in the Deep Colosseum. If you have all the Shadow Pokemon you will get a message about someone attacking people with a Shadow Togetic. Rush to the Outskirt Stand and fight him.
This is the strongest Shadow Pokemon in the game. You only have one attempt at this, so use the Master Ball. The leader of Cipher has it. Also, if missed your chance to get the Shadow Pokemon Tyrannitar and MetaGross, go back to where the Cipher President and his minions are located. You have a chance to fight them all over, and retrieve some of the Shadow Pokemon you did not catch. Metagross and Tyrannitar are some of the most difficult Shadow Pokemon to get.
Croconaw, Bayleff and Quilava
After getting one starter Shadow Pokemon at the beginning, you need to get the rest of them. Complete the game and go to the Snagem Hideout. Look through the hideout until you see a man in only one color (green, blue or red). Battle him and snag his Shadow Pokemon. You will soon get an email. When you get it, go to the Kids Guild and talk to Nett. Then, go by the Junk Shop and fight Gurks. Talk to Gurks then go to the Shadow Pokemon Lab. Go to the last room of the Lab (where you fought Ein). You will see a person. Battle him and snag his Shadow Pokemon.
Catching the Legendary dogs
All three Legendary dogs (Entei, Suicune, and Raikou) are best caught with Ultra Balls, but it possible to do it with Great Balls.
Get through the Phenac Stadium, Pyrite Colosseum, and Under Colosseum in single and double battle modes to unlock the level 50 Orre Colosseum. Get through the Tower Colosseum in single and double battle modes to unlock the level 100 Orre Colosseum.
Team Snagem Hideout
Successfully complete the game and go to Pyrite Town. Go inside the secret passage by the bookshelf. Talk to one of the kids and fight Cail (the person with the green hair that hangs out near the entrance of Pyrite Town). After you win the battle, talk to Cail. The map will now show the Snagem Hideout. Also, Team Snagem’s hideout (the one you blew up in the beginning) has many trainers and some good items.
The PC does a lot more now than to store your Pokemon. It also heals them to full health, removes status ailments (except Hyper Mode), and even revives fallen Pokemon.
Use the following trick at a save point to restore your Pokemon to full health. Put the fainted Pokemon in, then take it out again.
Successfully complete the game, then trade your Pokemon back and forth from Pokemon Ruby or Sapphire . Give the trading Pokemon Nuggets, then sell them in Pokemon Colosseum . This can also be done with other items.
Successfully complete the game, then go to the Deep Colosseum. You will find Silver Teeth as you are about to enter. Go to the old man outside the herb shop. Give them to him, he will give you UFO Disk -L. This will enable you to go left and get the Amulet Coin. The Amulet Coin gives you more money when you use the Pokemon equipped with it in battle.
Defeat Mirror B (Red Badge), Dakim (Green Badge), Venus (Blue Badge), and Ein (Yellow Badge). Use all the badges to open the door in the Realgam Tower. You will also get them at the Tower.
A girl east of the Pokemon Center in Agate Village will give it to you. She is in blue clothes. Answer “No” to her in order to get it.
Battle at Mt. Battle and clear an area. Go inside a metal box at the end and talk to the lady. She will give you Coupons. The more areas you clear, the more Coupons you will get.
- F-Disk: Defeat Dakim at Mt. Battle.
- R-Disk: From the kid locked up in the cage, in the Under.
- U-Disk: In a chest, in the Subway, near the boxes.
- D-Disk: Defeat Head Gonzap in the Snagem Hideout.
- L-Disk: Talk to the old man in front of the Herb Shop.
Go behind Eagun’s house and down the slope. You will find a chest containing an Exp. Share.
After you have the badges you will get an email from Eagun. Go to him in Agate Village. Talk to him and you will receive a Master Ball.
Go to the Pre-Gym and talk to the teacher to get the Strategy Memo. You can always update your Strategy Memo by talking to the teacher again.
The first Time Flute is obtained after you defeat Dakim. The second Time Flute is obtained when you put the U-Disk in the UFO (it is in a chest in the room). A third Time Flute can be found on the 100th Mt. Battle area. In order to get it, you must have at least level 60 Pokemon.
Defeat all the opponents at Realgam’s Colosseum to unlock Trade Machine to transfer Pokemon to and from Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire. Additionally, successfully complete the game then go to the Pokemon Center in Pheanic town. Go downstairs and talk to the woman. You will now able to transfer Pokemon from your game to Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire and vice-versa.
Use the D-Disk on the UFO to get to the Deep Colosseum.
Deep King Agnol
Successfully complete the Deep Colosseum four times. On the fifth time you should fight Deep King Agnol in the last match.
To get the code for the locked door in Ein’s Lab, get all three DNA samples and identify them all with the DNA machine inside one of the rooms in the lab.
Use the F-Disk on the UFO. Instead of going in the Under Colosseum go left and up to find a Herb Shop.
Get the Time Flute and call Celebi. When Shadow Pokemon see Celebi, they will become purified. Alternately, get the Time Flute to Jurachi to do the job. Additionally, get the Cologne Case and buy about eight Vivid Scents. Then, use them on a Shadow Pokemon.
Talk through wall
In Pyrite Town, go into the jail to find the people that tried to kidnap your friend earlier in one of the cells. Go into the cell directly adjacent to their cell. To do this, pick up the jail key on the desk when you first enter the building. You can talk to them from your cell, directly through the wall.
Easier RPG mode
To make the RPG mode a lot easier, stay a few hours in Pyrite Town’s Duel Square, even though it is drawn as a circle. You can battle all six of the trainers there repeatedly. This makes purifying Shadow Pokemon a lot easier, and getting 99 of any desired items in the Pokemon Marts all over Orre, because they still keep giving you money. Unfortunately, you only receive a little less then the first cash prize that you received. For example, with the loner trainer on the right, Rider Vant, he will give you 300 for your first win, but every single time you defeat him after that it is 290. Although this takes time, their Pokemon are generally easy to defeat because they are at a low level and most of them are normal types. Note: Each of the Shadow Pokemon they used to have are now replaced with a different Pokemon (starting with lone trainer on right and going counter-clockwise. Also, the money amounts are the cash prizes that you win every time you win a battle with that trainer after the first battle.
1. Shuppet (level 30) replaces Misdreavus (level 30) for Rider Vant (290). Also has Zigzagoon (level 28) and Skitty (level 28).
2. Dudou (level 30) replaces Noctowl (level 30) for Rider Nover (270). Also has Ledyba (level 27) and Wingull (level 27).
3. Pichu (level 30) replaces Flaffy (level 30) for St. Performer Diogo (432). Also has Shroomish (level 28).
4. Sunkern (level 30) replaces Skiploom (level 30) for Rider Leba (280). Also has Oddish (level 28) and Dustox (level 28).
5. Horsea (level 30) replaces Quagsire (level 30) for Bandana Guy Divel (480). Also has Psyduck (level 29).
6. Numel (level 30) replaces Slugma (level 30) for Roller Boy Lon (168). Also has Azurill (level 27), Swablu (level 27), and Igglypuff (level 28).
When the meter is only four “hate” bars long, your Pokemon will remember one of its original moves. When the meter is only three “hate” bars long, your Pokemon will start earning experience points, but will not be of any benefit until it is fully purified from hate. When the “hate” bar is only two bars long, it will remember a second move that you can use in battle alongside with Shadow Rush and the first one it remembered. When the meter is only one “hate” bar long, your move list will contain four moves, including Shadow Rush. Once that last “hate” bar disappears, you can finally visit the Relic Stone in the Relic Forest in Agate Village, where any nearly purified Pokemon will be fully purified and lose Shadow Rush, gain all its experience (leveling up each time), and remember its fourth initial move. You can still learn new moves by experience, TMs, and HMs.