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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 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 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Q: What is Woobat's evolution in Pokemon?

    A: Woobat evolves into Swoobat when its happiness level reaches or surpasses 220 and it levels up. Both Pokemon are psychic and flying types and have access to similar move sets.
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  • Q: Is there a Pokemon Center in Japan?

    A: There are eight Pokémon Centers in the country of Japan. They are located in the cities of Fukuoka, Nagoya, Osaka, Sapporo, Tohoku, Tokyo, Tokyo Bay and Yokohama.
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  • Q: How do you get past Snorlax on Pokemon FireRed version?

    A: To get past the huge sleeping Snorlax on Pokemon FireRed, the player needs to have the Poke Flute item to wake up the Pokemon, then the player must capture or defeat the Snorlax to proceed to Saffron City. The Snorlax will be encountered on Pokemon FireRed in Celadon City after battling with three Team Rocket members at the Pokemon Tower and two more couples on Route 16.
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  • Q: What is the rarest Pokémon Game Boy game?

    A: Pokémon Green and Red were the first releases in Japan. Green version was not released in the United States, making it harder to find. A worldwide release of Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue in English were mass produced shortly after, making them more common.
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  • At what level does Growlithe evolve?

    Q: At what level does Growlithe evolve?

    A: Growlithe is in a small group of Pokémon that do not evolve normally by "leveling up." Instead, this Pokémon must evolve by using a Fire Stone.
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  • Q: Where do you find rock climb in "Pokemon Diamond"?

    A: Rock Climb, or HM08, is located to the northeast of the hiker's house on Route 217 in "Pokémon Diamond" and "Pokémon Pearl." To use HM08, the player needs the Icicle Badge.
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  • Q: What is a Shiny Noctowl?

    A: The Shiny Noctowl is a Shiny Pokemon that Ash encountered in Ilex Forest on the way to Goldenrod City when traveling through Johto in the "Fowl Play" episode. Ash's Noctowl is unusual in size, and it has adaptable eyes that it uses to see in the dark.
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  • Q: How do you get 900 rare candies in Pokemon Platinum?

    A: One way to get 999 rare candies in Pokemon Platinum without purchasing any cheating devices would be to use the Battle Tower cloning glitch in Pokemon Emerald and then migrating the rare candies attached to a Pokemon to Pokemon Platinum. This process can be very tedious and time consuming since the player first needs to clone a rare candy along with a Pokemon on Emerald version, and then migrate the rare candies attached to Pokemon at a maximum of six Pokemon per migration to Platinum. The transfer is also a one-way deal, meaning that any Pokemon transferred to Platinum from Emerald version can no longer be returned to Emerald.
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  • Q: At what level does Haunter evolve?

    A: Haunter does not have a set level at which it evolves. Rather, it evolves when it is traded to another player's game. Upon receiving the Pokémon, the recipient is notified of its evolution.
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  • Q: How can you get a shiny Charizard in "Pokemon X"?

    A: The only way for players get a shiny Charizard in “Pokémon X” is to evolve a shiny Charmeleon because shiny Charizards do not appear randomly in the game for capture. To obtain a shiny Charmeleon, players can capture one in the Friend Safari Zone in Kiloude City, or they can obtain a shiny Charmander and evolve it into a shiny Charmeleon.
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  • Q: How do you get Fly on "Pokemon FireRed"?

    A: To get the Fly move in "Pokémon FireRed," talk to the recluse living in the house at the far north of Route 16. You need to use the Cut move on the tree blocking the north gate in order to get to her. She gives you HM02 and asks that you keep her location a secret.
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  • Q: At what level does Staryu evolve?

    A: The Pokémon Staryu does not evolve based on levels. Using a Water Stone helps Staryu evolve into Starmie, which is its final form. Levels are important, however, as this Pokémon obtains additional powers as it scales up.
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