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Price guides for Pokemon cards can be found online for free via various websites that specialize in buying and selling cards. Prices vary depending on edition, condition and whether the Pokemon card is holographic or not.

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  • How do you catch Lugia in "Pokemon Crystal"?

    Q: How do you catch Lugia in "Pokemon Crystal"?

    A: To catch Lugia in "Pokemon Crystal," get the Silver Wing in Pewter City from the elderly man and then travel using surf past Olivine City to the Whirl Islands. Make sure that you have fully leveled Pokemon and plenty of balls. In this encounter, Lugia is a level 60, and you must wait until Lugia has nearly 1 hp to catch it.
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  • How do you get Exp share on "Pokemon Pearl"?

    Q: How do you get Exp share on "Pokemon Pearl"?

    A: The Exp. Share item, which allows Pokemon holding it to gain experience even if they aren't used in battle, can be found in both Jubilife City and Eterna City. It is possible to get both of them in one game. Players will need at least 30 Pokemon to obtain the one in Eterna City, and having a large collection of Pokemon helps to increase the odds of getting the one in Jubilife City.
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  • How is the Rare Candy cheat done in Pokemon Ruby?

    Q: How is the Rare Candy cheat done in Pokemon Ruby?

    A: In Pokemon Ruby, the only way to complete the unlimited Rare Candy cheat is to use the Gameshark codes for Unlimited Items and Rare Candies (RC). These codes are D261DC6D197B4DC2 and 82025BD0 0044.
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  • What are some Japanese Pokemon names?

    Q: What are some Japanese Pokemon names?

    A: Some Japanese names of Pokémon include "Fushigidane" for Bulbasaur, "Hitokage" for Charmander, "Zenigame" for Squirtle, "Pikachuu" for the main character's Pokémon named Pikachu, "Kyukon" for Ninetales, "Nyoromo" for Poliwag and "Biriridama" for Voltorb. All Pokémon have original names in Japanese since the anime is produced in Japan.
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  • Where do you get Flash in "Pokemon FireRed"?

    Q: Where do you get Flash in "Pokemon FireRed"?

    A: In "Pok?mon FireRed" players can get the move Flash, or HM05, from Professor Oak's assistant. They can find the assistant in a house on Route 2.
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  • How do you become a Pokemon professor?

    Q: How do you become a Pokemon professor?

    A: One can become a certified Pokemon professor by studying for and passing an online exam. Now that's a lot easier than dodging an Aeroblast!
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  • Where can you find a free Pokemon card price guide?

    Q: Where can you find a free Pokemon card price guide?

    A: Price guides for Pokemon cards can be found online for free via various websites that specialize in buying and selling cards. Prices vary depending on edition, condition and whether the Pokemon card is holographic or not.
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  • How do you make Pikachu learn volt tackle on "Pokémon Fire Red"?

    Q: How do you make Pikachu learn volt tackle on "Pokémon Fire Red"?

    A: The only way for Pikachu to know Volt Tackle is to have learned it as a Pichu, which is possible only if one of the Pichu's parents breeds while holding the Light Ball. To have a Pikachu learn Volt Tackle, you need to start with a baby Pichu and acquire a Light Ball.
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  • How can you get to islands eight and nine in "Pok?mon FireRed?"

    Q: How can you get to islands eight and nine in "Pok?mon FireRed?"

    A: Getting to islands eight and nine requires two special items that are not available through normal play: the Mystic Ticket and the Aurora Ticket. Once these items are in the player's possession, the player can sail to the islands from the Seagallop Ferries.
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  • Q: What Pokémon can learn Surf?

    A: As of Generation VI (Pokémon X/Y), 171 out of the 719 known Pokémon can learn Surf through the use of HM03. The majority of these Pokémon are Water-types. Additionally, in older versions of Pokémon games, Pikachu, Pichu and Phione can learn Surf through special means.
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  • At which level does Shroomish evolve?

    Q: At which level does Shroomish evolve?

    A: The Pokemon character Shroomish evolves at level 23. Shroomish evolves into Breloom, a grass- and fighting-type Pokemon. Some of its abilities include effect spore, technician and poison heal.
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  • Q: How do you make a good Pokémon card online?

    A: One method of making a Pokémon card online is to use the card builder on MyPokéCard.com. Use the image of a Pokémon, a photo of yourself or any other image to create the card.
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  • Q: How do you get Ho-Oh and Lugia on "FireRed?"

    A: According to Bulbapedia, the player can find Ho-Oh and Lugia on Navel Rock in Pokémon FireRed. Lugia is located on the lowest floor, and Ho-Oh is located on the highest floor. Upon encountering the Pokémon, the player can battle and capture them using Poké Balls.
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  • Q: How do you compare Charizard vs. Dragonite?

    A: Charizard and Dragonite are first-generation Pokémon that resemble dragons with orange bodies, light stomachs, blue wings and tails, although Charizard's tail has a flame at the end of it. Dragonite is a dragon and flying-type Pokémon, whereas Charizard is a dual-fire and flying-type Pokémon. In the sixth Pokémon generation, Charizard gained a mega evolution that replaced the flying-type characteristic with classification as a dragon Pokémon.
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  • Q: How do you get the Mystic Ticket in "Pokémon FireRed"?

    A: To get a Mystic Ticket in Pokémon FireRed, one must attend a Nintendo-sponsored event and bring a GameBoy Advance with a wireless adapter, as well as a copy of the game. These events were held by Nintendo as a promotion for their Pokémon games as well as other franchises. As of 2014, Nintendo no longer sponsors events that give out Mystic Tickets. Should Nintendo renew support for Mystic Tickets, it may be possible to acquire one in the future.
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  • Q: What is the evolution of the Pokemon Blitzle?

    A: The Pokémon Blitzle evolves to Zebstrika at level 27. They are both electric-type Pokémon and have the innate ability "Lightningrod," which absorbs enemy electric attacks used against it and buffs the Pokémon's speed at the same time.
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  • Q: What is a shiny Ninetails?

    A: Ninetales is a type of Pokémon. In the Pokémon video games, players can sometimes obtain a "shiny" version of Ninetales that has an alternate silver coloration.
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  • Q: How do you catch Lugia in "Pokemon LeafGreen"?

    A: To catch Lugia in "Pokémon LeafGreen," use a link cable or Game Boy Advance wireless adapter. With this, you can easily unlock the Mystery Gift feature of "Pokémon LeafGreen," obtaining a Mystic Ticket and capturing Lugia.
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  • Q: What is the way to get the Mystic Ticket on Pokemon Emerald?

    A: The mystic ticket was available only at some selected Nintendo events during the time when the Emerald version of Pokemon was released in the United States. Gamers had to attend one of these events to get a ticket.
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  • Q: How do you get MewTwo in "Pokemon: FireRed"?

    A: To get Mewtwo, players need to defeat the Elite Four, give the Sapphire gem to Celio and journey to the Cerulean Cave. Once Celio has been given the Sapphire gem, Mewtwo appears in the cave.
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  • Q: At what level does Metang evolve?

    A: Metang is a dual-type steel/psychic Pokemon character that evolves into Metagross at level 45. Metagross is the final, most advanced form of Beldum.
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