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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 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 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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  • 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 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Q: Where can you get Pokemon bedding?

    A: Pokemon bedding and pillowcases are widely available and can be purchased from established websites such as eBay and brick-and-mortar stores such as Wal-Mart. Pokemon is one of the world's most successful video game franchises, ranking second only to the Super Mario Bros. series. Both video game franchises are published by Nintendo.
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  • Q: How do you determine the value of a specific Pokemon card?

    A: To determine the value of a specific Pokemon card, identify the card and then look up the card online, either through a Pokemon card retailer or a site with private party sellers. Pokemon card retailers include TrollAndToad.com and PokeOrder.com, while eBay.com offers listings from private party sellers, as of 2015.
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  • Q: At what level does Gligar evolve?

    A: The Pokémon Gligar does not evolve at a set level, but rather evolves when it is given a Razor Fang item to hold while it is night time inside the game. Once it is equipped with the item, Gligar will evolve into Gliscor.
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  • Q: How do you get 99 rare candies in "Pokemon Ruby"?

    A: Rare candies cannot be bought in any of the Pokémon games, but Generation III introduced a way to gather as many as you need using the Pickup ability. This method relies on probability, so it can take hours of grinding.
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  • Q: How do I get infinity rare candies in "Pokémon"?

    A: To obtain unlimited rare candies in the original Pokémon Red and Blue games, you need to use a Pokémon that can surf to swim up and down the edge of Cinnabar Island and encounter Missingno. For the later FireRed and LeafGreen releases, the only way to achieve this is to use a GameShark cheat cartridge.
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  • Q: When does the Seadra evolve into Kingdra in Pokemon?

    A: Seadra evolves into Kingdra when the player trades it while holding the Dragon Scale. The Dragon Scale item was introduced in Generation II along with Kingdra.
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  • Q: What are the cheats for "Pokemon Battle Fire"?

    A: "Pokemon Battle Fire" is made from a Ruby Rom, so the cheat codes are the same as they are in Ruby. While some cheat codes no longer exist due to slight gameplay changes, codes using Gameshark or Action Replay remain the same.
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  • Q: How do you make Pokemon cards?

    A: Pokémon cards can be made with an online generator, such as the one found on MyPokéCard.com. Simply fill out the form, add a picture, print and glue to a real card.
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  • Q: How much money should I sell my Pokemon cards for?

    A: Most Pok?mon cards are worth only a few cents each. For example, it is common for a lot of 1100 common Pok?mon cards to list on Ebay.com for around $50, as of 2014. Additionally, the age and condition of the card collection play a major factor in the selling price.
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  • Q: What are Pok�mon evolution levels?

    A: Pok�mon evolution levels are levels to which players must train their Pok�mon so the Pok�mon can evolve. Pok�mon evolve most often by reaching a certain level, but they can also evolve through applying an elemental stone, trading via cable link or raising the Pok�mon's happiness level.
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  • Q: How does Serebii.net describe Absol?

    A: Serebii.net describes Absol as the disaster Pokemon. The Pokemon earned this name for its ability to sense impending disasters with its horn. Due to this unique ability, the Pokemon became highly sought after and fled into the mountains. Absol Pokemon are said to live for 100 years and only appear before people to warn them of danger.
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  • Q: How do you get the Black Charizard in "Pokémon?"

    A: In order to get a Black Charizard, or shiny Charizard, evolve a shiny Charmeleon. Charmeleon evolves from Charmander, which can be bred to be shiny. Use the Masuda Method, and give the Pokémon a Shiny Charm to increase the odds that the Charmander egg is shiny.
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