Pokemon FireRed and LeafGreen

A remake of the classic Pokemon Red and Blue versions ('Blue' was known as 'Green' in Japan), FireRed and LeafGreen include a number of the old game elements - with a new twist. However, these two games finished off the Pokemon RPG releases on the GBA. Questions about the array of legendary Pokemon available in the two games, the new islands that can be accessed, and the classic questions about gameplay and Pokemon.

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Pokemon FireRed and LeafGreen

How do you get Jirachi in Pokemon LeafGreen?

On Leafgreen you trade for it on the Pokemon Colluseum bonus disc which you get when you pre-order the game.
You cannot catch Jirachi in Pokémon LeafGreen. You could only acquire it by trading with Pokémon Ruby or Sapphire provided you have access to the special pre-order Pokémon Colosseum Bonus Disc that allows you to download 1 Jirachi per game save file of Ruby or Sapphire.
There is not a way to catch jirachi in leaf green but i think you can in fire red
You cannot get it in leaf green. you have to trade it from Pokemon ruby, sapphire or emerald, or you buy a gameshark and you cheat him.

I think cheats are a very good tactic, because good cheats for this game are hard to come by. However, Action Replays are far more effective than GameSharks.

all you you have to do is get a game shark. then use the cheat to get 99 masterballs. Then use the game shark to get jirachi

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What is super effective on Nidorino in FireRed?

Nidorino is a poison type so he is weak to Psychic and Ground types.

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Where are the mudslides in Pokemon FireRed?

There are no mud slides in fire red only in ruby, sapphire and emerald.

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To get to the other side of Kanto but the Snorlax is in the way and i can't get pokeflute how do i get pokeflute?

To get the pokeflute go to lavender town and climb the tower and you'll find mr. Fugi and he will give you the pokemon flute.im only sure this works in the let's go versions.

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Your team on LeafGreen is Charizard Raichu Blastoise Pidgeot Mewtwo and Dragonite is this a good team?

Depends! Competitively, this would NOT be a good team, but since there's no wifi on this generation that doesn't matter, unless you live in a neighborhood that has only people playing Pokemon in it.

Ingame, you're beginning to get there - but I suggest you remove pidgeot immediately. It's one of the worst flying types in the game!

Your team also has severe vulnerabilities to the following type(s) and should be fixed as soon as possible: Rock, Electric and Ice. (As all three pop up later in the game, might be good to fix this!)

Your team, however, does have a strong resistance to the following types: Fight, Ground*, Bug, Steel, Fire and grass.

(* = Although be wary - most ground types in game carry a rock move too)

Your team also seems rather orientated to special attack, but lacks on defense.

Here's where I got (most) of the information from, regarding typing:


There's a link on smogon, too, for ingame tiers. I believe that's where Pidgeot was rated as one of the worst flying types.

edit: any pokemon you chose can be good, it all depends how you use them and what stats and moves they have...in my opinion your team is good but it also can use a bit of fixing

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What would be a good move set for Snorlax in Pokemon FireRed?

It all depends on some factors: What's your style of play? What moves do you prefer? how are you going to use Snorlax? Snorlax is pretty good offensively or defensively, so you can use hims either way. If you want to go about stalling with him, you should have rest, and either sleep talk or snore. for a pure offensive Snorlax however I recommend high power normal type moves for sure! Especially if you ever get your hands on a silk scarf. My recommendations; body slam or mega kick/punch. If you wanted to turn this Snorlax to usable HM slave, go with Surf and Strength.

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How do you get Deoxys in Pokemon FireRed?

Go to any Poke Mart and type into the questionnaire "link together with all". You need to have beaten the Elite 4. Save and restart your GBA. Then just underneath "new game" select Mystery Gift. Link using a wireless adapter with a friend who has the Aurora Ticket. Then talk to a man with a green hat in any Poke Mart. He will give you the ticket to get to Birth Island. You sail to Birth Island, it is the triangleish one on the map of Islands One, Two and Three. You land on the island and do a puzzle where you unlock a level 70 Deoxys.

The only way to get Deoxys is by using the Mystery Gift next to a Wonder Spot (in a Nintendo Event, which are all over now, or in certain retail stores) with your wireless adapter connected. Then you can get an Aurora Ticket and go to Island 9, or using GameShark or Code Break! (this is applicable only on FireRed, LeafGreen and Emerald).

This is a list of warp codes for Action Replay. Note all is Pokemon Emerald only walk throught a door and viola you're there. M: d8bae4d9 4864dce5 a86cdba5 19ba49b3 a57e2ede a5aff3e4 1c7b3231 b494738c; Enable code: 653C743B 4B626426 Southern Island: 7703F025 00394020. Faraway Island (Mew): 82CBD483 7B9D8E0B; Birth Island (Deoxys): E5AC0043 E1C4C8F0; Navel Rock (Lugia and Ho-oh): B5B9E5C0 B11CE872; Old sea map in PC: 5B1CB4D7 10FA9D05

you have to get the mystery gift and get the aurora ticket. Then you take the ticket to vermillion town and go to birth island. There will be an odd triangle. Go to is and press a until deoxys come out.

Buy a gameshark. 15 bucks. Comes with most codes already on it.

you need to have the aurora ticket that you will get on a Nintendo event that will allow you to sail to birth island and there you will find deoxys. It the only legal way for Ho-oh deoxys and lugia. Using a gameshark would be cheating but if your playing in a computer. the only way to get them is by the means of gameshark because to access Mystery Gift. you'll need a wireless adapter.

First you must go to a pokemart and speak to a white paper next to the shopkeeperand write "link together with all".After you save turn your Game boy adbance [or Nitendo DS] off and then on.At the main menu you will see the "mystery gift" press it.After this the only think I now is to press "receive gift" and you get an aurora ticket somehow, I am not very sure.

Deoxy's on a secret Island of the Sevii Islands. You can access that area only through a Nintendo event or by using a cheat code to get the Item that leads to the Island.JFGIIt is on Birth Island, but it was from an Nintendo Event. You'll need to trade for it or use Game Shark.

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Where do you get the soothe bell in Pokemon LeafGreen?

Use the itemfinder at the spot where mr fuji once stood at the top of Pokemon tower you should dig up a soothe bell.

where mr fuji was standing use your itemfinder there

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How does one use the dual slot feature on the DS to trade Pokemon between SoulSilver and LeafGreen?

You will need to have either the original Nintendo DS system or the Nintendo DS Lite system and then you will need to put one of the five Gameboy Advanced games of Ruby, Sapphire, FireRed, LeafGreen or Emerald into the bottom slot or the Gameboy Advanced slot in the DS and then you will be able to start SoulSilver however you can select the "Migrate" option within the "New Game, Continue, Mystery Gift" option, you can then select six Pokémon from within the Gameboy Advanced game's PC but party Pokémon cannot be selected and they cannot know HM moves and cannot have mail attached and once they've been migrated over they cannot be returned. Once you have migrated Pokémon over into Pal Park you can go into the Pal Park which can be found in Fuchsia City in the Kanto region, you will need to have a Pokémon that has the Surf HM move in case you have inserted a Pokémon that will appear in the Pond and Ocean areas such as Squirtle, Wartortle, Blastoise, Psyduck, Golduck, Poliwag, Poliwhirl, Poliwrath, Politoed, Slowpoke, Slowbro, Slowking, Goldeen, Seaking, Magikarp, Gyarados, Tentacool, Tentacruel, Seel, Dewgong, Shellder, Cloyster, Krabby, Kingler, Horsea, Seadra, Kingdra, Staryu, Starmie, Omanyte, Omastar, Kabuto, Kabutops, Lapras, Dratini, Dragonair, Dragonite, Totodile, Croconaw, Chinchou, Lanturn, Shuckle, Corsola, Remoraid, Octillery, Mantine, Qwilfish, Azurill, Marill, Azumarill, Wooper, Quagsire, Mudkip, Marshtomp, Swampert, Wingull, Pelipper, Carvanha, Sharpedo, Wailmer, Wailord, Lotad, Lombre, Ludicolo, Anorith, Armaldo, Lileep, Cradily, Feebas, Milotic, Surskit, Masquerain, Barboach, Whiscash, Spheal, Sealeo, Walrein, Clamperl, Huntail, Gorebyss, Relicanth, Corphish, Crawdaunt, Luvdisc and Kyogre additionally you need to catch the six Pokémon in Pal Park before you can migrate more Pokémon and there are no waiting limits in order to migrate so as soon as you have caught the six migrated Pokémon then you can instantly migrate additionally Pokémon.

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What is a good moveset for gastly?

Here are two different movesets:

This first set is good as Gastly can target more types of Pokémon, namely Psychic, Ghost, Grass, Water, Rock, Poison, Fighting, Bug(Gen 1), and Fairy(Gen 6). It also includes moves that are the same type as Gastly itself, which causes full damage. The moves are 100% accurate, and all have a chance of inflicting additional side effect damage.

  1. Shadow Ball (Ghost, 80P, 20% chance of lowering SP Defense)
  2. Sludge Bomb (Poison, 90P, 30% chance of poisoning)
  3. Psychic (Psychic, 90P, 10% chance of lowering SP Defense )
  4. Energy Ball (Grass, 80P, 10% chance of lowering SP Defense)

This second set of moves is rather limited as you can really only target Psychic, Ghost, Poison and Fighting type Pokémon. It becomes more useful if you can get your opponent Pokémon into sleep, which you can then steal ½ their HP when you use Dream Eater.

  1. Shadow Ball (Ghost, 80P, 20% chance of lowering SP Defense)
  2. Psychic (Psychic, 90P, 10% chance of lowering SP Defense )
  3. Hypnosis (Psychic, 60% chance of causing opposing Pokémon to fall asleep)
  4. Dream Eater (Psychic, 100P, effective only if target is asleep)

These movesets are applicable to Gastly, Haunter and Gengar.

You are more than welcome to discuss your ideal moveset by clicking Discuss <--- on the left sidebar under 'Question tools'.

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How do you catch a ghastly in Pokemon LeafGreen?

whwn you arrive in celadon go to the game corner battle the team rocket grunt then talk to the poster and stairs will appear to their hideout after u beat the boss he will drop a silph scope pick it up and go to the grave building for Pokemon u will battle blue beat him and keep going up u will find gastlys cubones haunters and a marowak level 30 the end

poke tower but you need the silph scope

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How to get a shiny Zapdos in Pokemon FireRed?

Find zapdos in the power plant save before you try to catch it Now wait till zapdos COMPLETELY shows up and look at its color if its yellow and has a black wing outline Reset your game by holding together A, B, Select, Start or turn off your game reopen your file and do this again, When you notice its a different color you will also see a little star fly by and here a noise as well that's is when its shiny. BE CAREFUL! If you don't have lots of ultra balls your in trouble even if its shiny you might not catch it right? Also NEVER DEFEAT IT! Or your going to be resetting or turning off your game FOREVER!

just save before battling him and restart it whenever he isnt shiny it will take you forever to get a shiny zapdos but if you have luck there is no problem

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What is Giovanni's pokemons weakness?

Well he uses Ground and Poison types.

So, generally use Ice, Psychic, Water, and Grass.

But if you use Grass type attacks on Nidoking or Nidoqueen, Poison-ground types, they take normal damage.

he uses ground type so use water and ice type and fire or just use the legendary bird trio if you have catched them

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Where do you get a surfboard in Leafrgeen version?

Well, you cannot get a surfboard but you can get HM03 Surf in the Fuchcia City Safari Zone. A man inside a building at the very back of the Safari Zone will give you Surf, in that area you should pick up the Gold Teeth and give them to the Safari Warden for exchange for Strength. Both are required to beat the game.

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Where is ruin valley FireRed?

Ruin valley is the southern portion of six island.

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What level does Rhyhorn evolve on FireRed?

No, it's lv 42 Rhyorn evolves into Rhydon, and a little extra he can also learn Surf once evolved. - Just helping ;) i know how hard it is to get help now a-days.

it evolve in lvl 42 and can learn surf and horn drill

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How do you reset Pokemon fire red for Game Boy advance?

It's easier than you would expect. When the start screen opens up, select NEW GAME instead of your own game. Then fill in your name etc etc. If you save, it will completely overwrite your old game, thus resetting it.

just selcect new game

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Where to catch spearow in Pokemon LeafGreen?

in the bush next to viridian city

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Where can you find a onyx on Pokemon FireRed?

rock tunnel

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How many full restores do each of the elite four people have?

The Elite 4 members generally have four Full Restores.

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How do you stop evolving in FireRed?

There is 2 ways to stop evolving: During the Pokemon's evolution keep pressing the B button to stop the evolution, also have the Pokemon hold the item everstone no matter what level the Pokemon is it will never evolve if it's holding that item and if it evolves during trade if it's holding the everstone it still will not evolve.

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Where can you buy lava cookies in LeafGreen?

After completing the whole 1-7 islands quest you can buy lava cookies at the outdoor pokemart on two island.

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Why does my Pokemon FireRed version Erase itself when I insert a DS game and attept to migrate?

If you are playing your Pokemon: FireRed versionon a Nintendo DS lite and when you insert your Pokemon: Diamond, Pearl or Platinum version (or HeartGold or SoulSilver). And you do not see the "Migrate From FireRed" option on the game's Menu, do one of two things. 1. Do you have the National Dex on Diamond, Pearl, Platinum, HeartGold or SoulSilver? If you answered yes to that, 2. Is you FireRed cartridge a clear red instead of a soiled Red? If so, then your FireRed version is a fake. Don't worry, though. You can still do everything you can on a regular FireRed Version exept go to the Union Room, and Migrate. This Fake will do NO HARM to your GBA or DS. But it would'nt be a good Idea to Try and use A GameShark or Action Replay on it.

* If your FireRed Catridge is a solid Red, you might have used to many Cheats on it. as this a peradently damage your game.

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Do you need the national dex to get Suicune LeafGreen?


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How do you pass the poketower on LeafGreen?

Go to celadon city and enter the game corner in there talk to the rocket grunt and battle him win and check the poster then go downstairs this is the rocket game corner in here you must find the lift key on B3 and use it to go to B4 and then defeat the boss Giovanni he will leave an item the silph scope take it then go to lavendar town enter Pokemon tower and go upstairs notice you can identify the ghosts now keep going upstairs until a ghost marowak attacks you you must defeat it. Go upstairs and beat the rockets then talk to the old man he will take you to his house speak to him at his house and he will give you the pokeflute.


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