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How do i get a Gengar from the dual slot?


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2008-07-15 01:42:27
2008-07-15 01:42:27

Gengar is a ghost type of Pokemon. You can get it using the duel slot by putting FireRed into the Gameboy slot.

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You can find it in the Great Marsh with dual slot Firered. Dual slot means you put diamond in slot 1 and Firered in slot 2.

In the Old Chateau you can find Gastly, Haunter, Gengar and Rotom. Haunter and Gengar will only appear if you have a Generation III (GBA) game in your DS' dual slot. Rotom can only be seen in a room with a TV at night and only if you have unlocked the National Pokedex in Pokemon Diamond and Pearl.

Wild Gengar can appear in the Old Chateau if you have Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald, FireRed, or LeafGreen in the GBA slot. In this case, it has a 4% chance of appearing.

I am 99.9% positive that you can only do the sinnoh regon but i am 0.01% sure that you can swap regons. If you need help doing your national pokedex then i suggest you get your hands on leaf green and emerald. You can use dual slot meathod to transfer the Pokemon from them to you platinum version but be warned only the old ds or ds lite can use dual slot. dsi is not compatible woth dual slot due to the fact is has no gba slot! lol ........... happy dual slot.............yours faithfulyPalkiapearl123Isa

you have to have the game firered in your ds slot then you can get it

You find ghost Pokemon and rotom. And if you have any Pokemon game in your gameboy slot you can also find gengar.

Put in a Pokemon GBA cartridge in the GBA slot (Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald/FireRed/LeafGreen) and then go to the Haunted Mansion in Eterna Forest, inside you will have a very rare chance of finding a Gengar.

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If you a Pokemon game inserted in the other slot of the DS, it will appear in the Old Chateau at the photo with the moving eyes.

Yes, it will. If you want to use dual channel advantages you have to install the memory in pairs.

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Normally Gengar has to be evolved from a Haunter by trading it to a different game, but there is a way to catch a wild one. You have to insert a copy of Ruby, Sapphire, FireRed, LeafGreen, or Emerald into Slot 2 of a DS (Lite). Then you have to go to the room in Old Chateau with the eyes. There will be a small chance of encountering one in that room while you have a GBA Pokemon game inserted into Slot 2. Note: This cannot be done on a DSi (XL) or a 3DS as they do not have a Slot 2 for GBA games.

After you get the national Pokedex, use the dual slot feature. In order to find a growlithe in the wild, you have to have emerald in your gameboy slot and it will be in the grass above sndgem town.

To get a Gengar, you must trade a Haunter and it will then evolve into a Gengar.

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Yes if you beat the game and go into the room with red eyes, if you have a GBA game in the other slot, or if you trade with the girl in Snowpoint city.

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