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.
It is not possible to clone or duplicate items in Pokemon Ruby. Duplicating items and cloning Pokemon can only be done in Pokemon Emerald by exploiting the Battle Tower cloning glitch.
In Pokémon Ruby version, the Waterfall move is taught by HM07 (a hidden machine). HM07 is found in the Cave of Origin, which is located in Sootopolis City.
You cannot play Pokémon Ruby online. The game was released for the Game Boy Advance in 2003, and the console did not have online functionality at that time. A wireless adapter was released in 2004, but Pokémon Ruby does not support this hardware.
The Gemological Institute of America reports that rubies originated in Burma (modern-day Myanmar), based on historical references dating back to the 6th century during the Shan dynasty. The Mogok ruby mines were taken over by Burma's king in 1597.
According to the second edition of the Standard Catalog of Gem Values, wholesale prices for faceted gem rubies range from $100 to $15,000 per carat. Wholesale prices vary based on color, size, origin and clarity.
The vast majority of high-quality rubies sold around the world originate in the Mogok region of Myanmar, formerly Burma, but there are other large sources in Vietnam and Nepal as well as in other regions of Myanmar like Mong Hsu. Most rubies are cut in their countries of origin because of the strict
Rubies are bright red precious stones which can be anywhere from transparent to opaque. They are the red version of corundum. According to Minerals.net, rubies get a nine on the hardness scale.
Look for reflections of blue and red within a ruby, as well as uniform color and small inclusions, or flaws, within the body of the stone. Bubbles, scratches and a stone that is too clear and perfect are indications that the stone may not be a genuine ruby.
To download Pokemon games, connect the 3DS or Wii U system to the Internet and search for “Pokemon” in the eShop application. Alternately, visit Nintendo.com and purchase a download code in order to download Pokemon games from Nintendo. Most of the Pokemon games Nintendo offers for download are only