It is impossible to get to the moon on Pokemon Emerald version because it is not part of the gameplay or a side quest. Although there is a place called Space Center in Mossdeep City, it does not function as a means of going to the moon.
While there can be no definitive "best" team in Pokémon, there are tier lists that rank the best Pokémon in each generation based on their stats, effectiveness in battle and ranking against other Pokémon. Due to new moves, new Pokémon and new type match ups in every generation, these tiers change in
To catch a shiny Pokemon in Pokemon Emerald Version, players must repeat an encounter until a shiny Pokemon randomly spawns. The odds of encountering a shiny Pokemon during a random encounter are determined by a mathematical formula based around the player's TrainerID and the encountered Pokemon's p
A player can walk through walls in the Pokemon Emerald game by using action replay codes. Action replay codes for Pokemon Emerald are available for the Gameboy Advance platform.
To get an Aurora Ticket in Pokémon Emerald through legitimate means, one must attend a Nintendo-sponsored event with a GameBoy Advance and 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 sponsor
The Old Sea Map is an item that was only officially released in Japan during an event called the Pokemon Festa. Like many other Pokemon items, this item was never released internationally. The only way to access it in non-Japanese versions of “Pokemon Emerald” is to use a cheating device, such as Ac
The time it takes to get a Pokémon egg from breeding varies based on trainer numbers and the specific type of Pokémon being bred. Check back at the day care on Route 117 every 256 steps to see if an egg has been produced.
To get surf in “Pokemon Emerald,” the player needs to talk to Wally's uncle after beating the gym in Petalburg City. The location of Wally's uncle is northwest of Wally's house, which is located to the left of the gym.
The Weather Institute in Pokémon Emerald is located on Route 119 . Serving as a bureau for the Hoenn region, it monitors the weather conditions throughout the entire region.
There are four Pokemon — Diglett, Dugtrio, Nincada and Trapinch — that know the "Dig" move in "Pokemon Emerald." "Dig" is a Ground-type move first introduced in Generation 1 as "TM28."