by looking one youtube or order the Pokemon ruby and sapphire guide book
There is no 1 Pokemon with 6 dots, there are 4, but there are only 3 in ruby Sapphire and emerald. The 3 are called, Regice, Regirock, and Registeel.
they are brail letters. you can look up brail letters online.
Those dots might be Braille. Some "codes" on the Pokemon games are in that language, which is commonly used by blind people.
you basically look for yellow dots on the map. the yellow dots are iron ores and/or sapphire shards. you have to attack the dome like structure to get it.
They say to dive at that spot then with a Pokemon that knows dig use dig after reading the wall in the chamber then with a relicanth last and wailord first look at the dots at the last room and you will open the regis tomb's.
Braille is the language for the blind. The series of dots are felt by the person and the feelings become letters. Braille is commonly used in Pokemon as a brain-teaser to open up certain areas in the game or reach certain pokemon.
Well first if you have gotten into the first chamber it is easy all you have to do is have a Pokemon thet knows dig and use it in the middle of the dots and if you have relicanth and wailord put relicanth in first and wailord in last and press a on the last dots you will open the door to the regis. by Dean Jones
All the sets of dots are Braille Have a Pokemon use cut on the doors to get in. Follow the hole path up, left, right, down to "reach" the sapphire. A man will appear and take it so you need to face him in the now accessible rocket warehouse.
well heres what you got to do u go to the gate that's sealed with dots in the tabony ruins i think its on island 6and use HM cut and the the door will suprisely open
the dots on the walls are braille so search on web to learn it
The dotted language in Pokemon Emerald is Braille. Braille is an alphabet of raised bumps or dots than can be read by the blind via touch. The Braille can be easily translated using a printed Braille Alphabet sheet as it perfectly translates into English.