Pokemon Platinum: Legendary Guide

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       VERSION: 1.00                        LAST UPDATED: 14 / 09 / 08

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[x] TABLE OF CONTENTS
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[1] Version Updates 		[SEC001]
[2] Introduction 		[SEC002]
[3] Tips, Tricks and Ideas 	[SEC003]
[4] Base Stat Listings 		[SEC004]
[5] Legendaries 		[SEC005]
[6] Events      		[SEC006]
[7] Alternate Forms / Other 	[SEC007]
[8] Frequently Asked Questions 	[SEC008]
[9] Contact Information 	[SEC009]
[10] Copyright Information 	[SEC010]

[5] LEGENDARIES includes...
[5.1] Before National Dex
- Rotom*    [ROTM]
- Giratina  [GITA]
- Uxie      [UXIE]
- Mesprit   [MSPT]
- Azelf     [AZLF]

[5.2] After National Dex
- Cresselia [CRSA]
- Dialga    [DLGA]
- Palkia    [PLKA]
- Heatran   [HTRN]
- Regigigas [RGIG]
- Articuno  [CUNO]
- Zapdos    [ZDOS]
- Moltres   [TRES]

[5.3] Event Only
- Regirock  [ROCK]
- Regice    [GICE]
- Registeel [STEL]
- Manaphy   [MPHY]
- Phione    [PHIE]
- Darkrai   [DKRI]
- Shaymin   [SHMI]
- Arceus    [ACUS]

* I do not think Rotom is a legendary by any means, but for the purpose of this
FAQ it seems right to cover it.
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[1] VERSION UPDATES [SEC001]
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VERSION 1.00 - First draft of this guide. All non-Darkrai/Shaymin/Arceus legends
have had their sections filled in. Those three will be added at a later date.

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[2] INTRODUCTION 						[SEC002]
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(...Mind if I just copy this from my D/P FAQ? With a minor edit, of course.)

Legendary Pokemon are generally considered myth in the game's folklore, but 
the player can obtain quite a few generally (especially in recent games) though
it is much harder to get to - and catch - these Pokemon than your usual Zubat,
Geodude, Tentacool, the like. With the dawn of the fourth generation, there are
currently a total of 35 legendary Pokemon, which is (to 1 D.P.) 7.0% of the 493
Pokemon that exist. 

The Sinnoh region brings 14 new legendary Pokemon to the table, who namely are
Uxie, Mesprit, Azelf, Dialga, Palkia, Heatran, Regigigas, Giratina, Cresselia,
Phione, Manaphy, Darkrai, Shaymin, and Arceus. Without outside aid, 7 of these
14 are available in one game of Diamond or Pearl. To get the rest, you must 
either attend events, trade or for one of these, upload Pokemon from your RSE
versions. All these legendaries have a Pokedex number ranging from #480 - #493.

Back in RBY, all legendary Pokemon did were sit around waiting for you (well,
Articuno/Zapdos/Moltres/Mewtwo at least, Mew is a different case) and they
weren't too hard to catch, though the Pokeball somehow missing did tend to get
annoying. 

However, when GSC came, Ho-oh and Lugia continued to sit around but the trio of
this generation, Raikou/Entei/Suicune (at least in GS) actually ran around the
land, at least in Johto, and it was only by the off-chance you'd encounter them
the first time. Though the Pokedex helped here. Meanwhile, Celebi did not make
an appearance in the game itself except in Crystal where an event was unlocked
(yes, it was an event), making it the second of the "secret" legendaries.

The next generation game and graced the Gameboy Advance, and RS largely kept 
the ways of GSC, having your sitting duck legendaries (Kyogre, Groudon and 
Rayquaza) and your runners (Latios, Latias) but also introduced a new trend
from Celebi; certain Pokemon (in this case, the opposite Lati@s) that were
actually found in areas but could only be gotten to via an event. RS were also
the first games to have legendaries as version exclusives.

FRLGE also used the "event" legendaries, adding Navel Rock, Birth Island and on
Emerald, Faraway Island to the mix.

Although Ho-oh & Lugia were obtainable via Colosseum and XD, Faraway Island was 
the first time Mew could EVER be found legitamately, with the exception of 
events for RBY & GSC. Birth Island also allowed Deoxys to be caught, and so far
is the only way to actually get it. Jirachi was also a "secret" legendary who
formed a trio with Mew and Celebi, though Jirachi was available in a bonus disk
for Colosseum in the US and in Pokemon Channel in Europe.

However, it is worth noting that nothing was ever given out in a US event that
unlocked the Faraway Island, as far as I know. Plus, Faraway Island also had
a second new element - playing hide and seek with Mew.

Then with its release on September 28 in Japan, Diamond & Pearl came to being,
and this time there are two that run around, three that need events, two that
are version exclusives to their respective versions, and even one that requires
help from a previous game. Not to mention two that require a spin-off game and
a bit of breeding to get them.

Now, Pokemon Platinum, the third in the D/P series is out with more legendaries
than ever. Joining the legion of legendaries from D/P are the legendary golems
and legendary birds. Whether the legendary dogs/cats/gerbils are there as well
has yet to be seen and it is quite unlikely, but not impossible... yet.

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[3] Tips, Tricks and Ideas 					[SEC003]
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The main thing that makes legendaries hard to capture is their extremely low
catch rate. Apart from Shaymin, Dialga and Palkia, every legendary so far has
had a capture rate of 3, which means they barely ever stay in the ball. The
Master Ball can obviously still catch these with a 100% capture rate, but of
course, you only have one. I'd highly recommend using a Master Ball on a runner
like Mesprit or Cresselia should you find that you cannot get another one. I
would probably recommend Cresselia. All other legendaries should be caught
in something that is not a Master Ball as they do not run away. However, if 
you are capable of getting more than one Master Ball, then be my guest on who
to use it.

Other Pokeballs that can be effective are Timer Balls as legendary battles can
drag out a lot sometimes, Dusk Balls as the majority of legendary battles tend
to happen in dark areas, and your generic Ultra Ball for its 2x catch rate. But
Dusk Balls have a 4x rate, and Timer Balls also have a 4x rate after four turns
so you may prefer to use those. If you want to get an easy legendary that is 
outside a cave, I'd recommend hunting at night. Quick Balls may also come in
handy if you want to start throwing balls from the first turn.

An awful lot of legendaries also require HMs to access, so you best bring along
your HM slaves when going hunting. I will be saying what HMs you need for each
Pokemon, so don't worry about that. You don't actually need Fly for any of them
but its extremely useful for getting to places quickly, so try and utilize it.

Also, one thing legendaries allow you to do is save before them and then battle
and catch them and keep redoing that until you get a good nature. If you're 
going into the competitive scene in DP, I recommend you do try and get good
natures, at least for the legendaries that are worth it.

And as a rule of thumb, ALWAYS save before a legendary, even if you don't plan
on getting a good nature. If you defeat a legendary or run out of Pokeballs and
have to run and you can't reset your save, it's gone forever.

In addition, one of the things that D/P/Pt has added is Synchronize support with
legendaries. When the ability of Synchronize to affect opponent natures first
came to light in Emerald it only worked for common Wild Pokemon in the grass,
water etc and not on any special event Wild Pokemon. However in D/P, the
ability will affect the chance of the legend having the same nature as the
Synchronizer which can be extremely helpful in getting a required nature for a
Pokemon.

Lastly, some legendaries are obtained through things called Wonder Cards. You
are capable of resetting for these legendaries as long as you like until you 
save after taking the Wonder Card Pokemom from the PokÚ Mart. Wonder Cards are
generally obtained from special event sites.

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[4] Base Stat Listings 						[SEC004]
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Every PokÚmon has six numbers for their six stats (HP / Atk / Def / Spd / SAtk
/ SDef) which dictates how strong or weak the Pokemon is in those stats. These
six numbers added together gives you a Base Stat Total, which is what is listed
here. This list compares legendaries and some other strong but normal Pokemon.
Any legendaries will be labelled with an (L). 

720 BASE STAT TOTAL
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- Arceus (Normal) (L)

680 BASE STAT TOTAL
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- Mewtwo (Psychic) (L)
- Lugia (Psychic/Flying) (L)
- Ho-oh (Fire/Flying) (L)
- Rayquaza (Dragon/Flying) (L)
- Dialga (Steel/Dragon) (L)
- Palkia (Water/Dragon) (L)
- Giratina (Ghost/Dragon) (L)

670 BASE STAT TOTAL
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- Regigigas (Normal) (L)
- Groudon (Ground) (L)
- Kyogre (Water) (L)
- Slaking (Normal)

600 BASE STAT TOTAL
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- Mew (Psychic) (L)
- Celebi (Grass/Psychic) (L)
- Jirachi (Steel/Psychic) (L)
- Deoxys (Psychic) (L)
- Metagross (Psychic/Steel)
- Dragonite (Dragon/Flying)
- Tyranitar (Rock/Dark)
- Salamence (Dragon/Flying)
- Manaphy (Water) (L)
- Shaymin (Grass) (L)
- Cresselia (Psychic) (L)
- Heatran (Fire/Steel) (L)
- Darkrai (Dark) (L)
- Latios (Psychic/Dragon) (L)
- Latias (Psychic/Dragon) (L)

580 BASE STAT TOTAL
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- Articuno (Ice/Flying) (L)
- Zapdos (Electric/Flying) (L)
- Moltres (Fire/Flying) (L)
- Raikou (Electric) (L)
- Entei (Fire) (L)
- Suicune (Water) (L)
- Regirock (Rock) (L)
- Regice (Ice) (L)
- Registeel (Steel) (L)
- Uxie (Psychic) (L)
- Mesprit (Psychic) (L)
- Azelf (Psychic) (L)

555 BASE STAT TOTAL
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- Arcanine (Fire)

545 BASE STAT TOTAL
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- Togekiss (Normal/Flying)

540 BASE STAT TOTAL
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- Snorlax (Normal)
- Milotic (Water)
- Gyarados (Water/Flying)
- Kingdra (Water/Dragon)
- Blissey (Normal)
- Electivire (Electric)
- Magmortar (Fire)

535 BASE STAT TOTAL
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- Lapras (Water/Ice)
- Swampert (Water/Ground)
- Crobat (Poison/Flying)
- Magnezone (Electric/Steel)
- Rhyperior (Ground/Rock)
- Tangrowth (Grass)
- Porygon-Z (Normal)

525 BASE STAT TOTAL
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- Lucario (Fighting/Steel)
- Venusaur (Grass/Poison)
- Cloyster (Water/Ice)
- Vaporeon (Water)
- Jolteon (Electric)
- Flareon (Fire)
- Meganium (Grass)
- Espeon (Psychic)
- Umbreon (Dark)
- Glaceon (Ice)
- Leafeon (Grass)
- Torterra (Grass/Ground)
- Hippowdon (Ground)
- Probopass (Steel/Rock)
- Dusknoir (Ghost)

520 BASE STAT TOTAL
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- Rotom (Electric/Ghost) [Other Formes]

480 BASE STAT TOTAL
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- Phione (Water) (L)

440 BASE STAT TOTAL
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- Rotom (Electric/Ghost) [Normal Forme]

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[5] Legendaries 						[SEC005]
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The following section contains three sub-sections that divides the legendaries
between those that are obtained before you get the National Dex, those that can
only be obtained after you get the National Dex and those legendaries that can
only be obtained from specific circumstances.

For the stats, MAX(+) shows the Level 100 max stats with a nature that benefits
the stat, (=) is the same thing but with a neutral nature. I feel it's pointless
to put a table for the stat with a reducing nature as if you're letting it get
reduced you probably don't care about that stat anyway.

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BEFORE NATIONAL DEX... [5.1]
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[ROTM] #479 ROTOM
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LOCATION: Old Chateau
TYPE: Electric / Ghost
LEVEL FOUND: 20
HM MOVES REQUIRED: HM01 Cut
ABILITY: Levitate
CATCH RATE: 45
SIGNATURE MOVE: None
BASE STAT TOTAL: 440
RECOMMENED NATURES: Timid
BASE STATS: (Top is original form, bottom are any alternate forms)
50 HP / 50 ATK / 77 DEF / 95 SATK / 77 SDEF / 91 SPD
50 HP / 65 ATK / 107 DEF / 105 SATK / 107 SDEF / 86 SPD

OTHER NOTES:
- You can only get Rotom at night. (I THINK, anyway)

MOVES WHEN CAUGHT
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NAME           TYPE     CATEGORY   POWER    EXTRA EFFECTS
Thundershock   Electric Special    40       10% chance of paralyze.
Confuse Ray    Ghost    Other      ---      Confuses the opponent.
Uproar         Normal   Special    50       Prevents SLP. Hits 2-5 times.
Double Team    Normal   Other      ---      Raises evasion one level.

I personally don't consider Rotom a legendary because of its average stats,
but as a one-off Pokemon, I may as well include it.

Rotom has had one specific change in Platinum - you can now catch it BEFORE the
National Dex. As soon as you beat Gardenia and get the bicycle/Underground Kit,
you can exit into Eterna Forest. You should find Gardenia waiting there - if
she is there, then Rotom is in the house. The rest is the same as D/P...

Head upstairs and into the northern set of rooms, then find the one with the 
TV in it. Save and press A on the TV, and you'll be asked if you want to thump
it. Say yes, and you'll hear a cry, and the ...legendary music will start.
This thing isn't too powerful or too hard to catch. Just... catch it.

If you wish to find out more about Rotom's alternate forms, check the Alternate
Form section.

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[GITA] #487 GIRATINA
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SINNOH DEX NUMBER: #210
LOCATION: The Torn World (at the very end.)
TYPE: Ghost & Dragon
LEVEL FOUND: 47
HM MOVES REQUIRED: HM03 Surf, HM08 Rock Climb, HM04 Strength
ABILITY: Pressure
CATCH RATE: 3
SIGNATURE MOVE: Shadow Force
BASE STAT TOTAL: 680
BASE STATS: (Top is Another Forme, bottom is Origin Forme)
150 HP / 100 ATK / 120 DEF / 100 SATK / 120 SDEF / 90 SPD
150 HP / 120 ATK / 100 DEF / 120 SATK / 100 SDEF / 90 SPD

OTHER NOTES: 
- Giratina is an UBER, which means it cannot be used in the standard metagame.

MOVES WHEN CAUGHT
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NAME           TYPE     CATEGORY   POWER    EXTRA EFFECTS
Ominous Wind   Ghost    Special    60       10% chance of raising all stats.
Ancientpower   Rock     Special    60       10% chance of raising all stats.
Dragon Claw    Dragon   Physical   80       None.
Shadow Force   Ghost    Physical   120      Disappears 1st turn, attacks 2nd.

Getting Giratina, the mascot of Pokemon Platinum, is a lot more complicated 
than it was in Diamond and Pearl. Giratina is no longer in the Turnback Cave
but rather it is found in the very depths of the Torn World, an area which is
accessed once you reach the top of the Spear Pillar and defeat Galactic Admins
Mars and Jupiter in a double battle.

The Torn World can be called a platformer in some ways. It does not hold any
Wild Pokemon or any items (except one, but I'll get to that later) but it is
made up of a large number of platforms which you must traverse. You must move
rock platforms places, ride rock elevators, and move boulders while seeing
Cynthia, Cyrus and the legendary pixie trio along the way. It can get very,
very confusing. In addition you even have to occasionally walk on a sideways
platform and in one instance, Surf upside down. But the really hard part is the
boulder puzzle.

If you manage to get past the large expanse of the Torn World (since this isn't
a walkthrough for the Torn World, I won't be explaining it) then you will reach
Cyrus at the end - this is where the final battle with him is in Platinum. Once
you defeat his five Pokemon (same as DP except with an addition of a Houndoom)
Cynthia will heal your Pokemon and allow you access even further. As you go
across platforms, eventually you will hear Giratina and it will come to you,
watching you quietly. This is your chance to save - do so, and press A on it to
engage it in battle.

As Giratina is in Origin Forme in the Torn World, it can actually be quite 
devastating. Your team, if you have been battling the majority of trainers, 
is likely to be somewhere from 45-50 which is about on par with Giratina. Once
you get its health low enough however, then comes the catching part. Dusk Balls
are effective as the Torn World is in darkness but the hard part is surviving
Giratina's attacks - there isn't really anything that can block all of them.

One thing you must be careful for is the stat boost it can get from Ominous Wind
and Ancientpower - both of these moves have the ability to raise every single 
stat of Giratina's by 1 level with a chance of 10%. As it has a chance of doing
this a total of 10 times, you MUST finish this as quick as possible. Status,
Dusk Balls, the works. Master Ball only if you really have to, though.

Once you catch it, there will be more dialogue and you will be teleported out
of the Torn World into the Sendoff Spring. Unfortunately, outside of the Torn
World, Giratina returns to its Another Forme, the one in D/P. However, there is
a way to get it to stay in Origin Forme... visit the Alternate Forms section 
for more info on that.

P.S: You need to talk to Rowan after you exit the Torn World to go to Sunyshore.
Just in case you're having problems with that part.

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[UXIE] #480 UXIE
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SINNOH DEX NUMBER: #146
LOCATION: Lake Acuity
TYPE: Psychic
LEVEL FOUND: 50
HM MOVES REQUIRED: HM03 Surf, HM08 Rock Climb
ABILITY: Levitate
CATCH RATE: 3
SIGNATURE MOVE: None
BASE STAT TOTAL: 580
BASE STATS: 75 HP / 75 ATK / 130 DEF / 75 SATK / 130 SDEF / 95 SPEED

OTHER NOTES: 
- Nothing of note.

MOVES WHEN CAUGHT
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NAME           TYPE     CATEGORY   POWER    EXTRA EFFECTS
Confusion      Psychic  Special    50       10% chance of causing confusion.
Yawn           Normal   Other      ---      Opponent falls asleep next turn.
Future Sight   Psychic  Special    80       Strikes two turns after use.
Amnesia        Psychic  Other      ---      Raises SDEF by two stages.

Uxie is the yellow pixie of the legendary trio, and is also the defensive one.
Uxie is an efficent wall, sporting a fairly good defensive moveset, but it has
really bad attacking stats, and pretty bad HP too. Compare this to Cresselia,
who has slightly less defense, but a hell of a lot more HP, and you've got a
Pokemon that really doesn't need to be used. Though I suppose Uxie does have
the ability to use Yawn and Stealth Rock.

Nonetheless you must engage in battle with it to get it into your Pokedex, so
you'll have to at some point. You can catch Uxie as soon as you complete the
Torn World and at Lake Acuity near Snowpoint City. 

Getting to Uxie in Platinum is very slightly more complicated - you now require
Rock Climb to get onto a ledge where the entrance to Lake Acuity is located.
Other than that, it is the same as D/P. Just surf to the cavern and engage it
in battle.

Uxie, along with Mesprit and Azelf gets its own theme music, which seems to 
have an egyptian feel to it. Although Uxie is at Level 50, it probably won't 
kill you quickly by any means. Just work on whittling down its HP, then start
throwing the balls. It could be pretty hard to catch.

That's all there is to it.

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[MSPT] #481 MESPRIT
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SINNOH DEX NUMBER: #147
LOCATION: Lake Verity BEFORE you talk to it.
TYPE: Psychic 
LEVEL FOUND: 50
HM MOVES REQUIRED: HM03 Surf, Poketch Map (Optional, but VERY useful)
ABILITY: Levitate
CATCH RATE: 3
SIGNATURE MOVE: None
BASE STAT TOTAL: 580
RECOMMENDED NATURES: Modest, Bold, Timid, Calm
BASE STATS: 80 HP / 105 ATK / 105 DEF / 105 SATK / 105 SDEF / 80 SPEED

OTHER NOTES: 
- Mesprit is one of the five Platinum runners.
- A Master Ball is somewhat recommended to catch this Pokemon.
- Mesprit's nature and stats are set when it runs away from Lake Verity.

MOVES WHEN CAUGHT
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NAME           TYPE     CATEGORY   POWER    EXTRA EFFECTS
Confusion      Psychic  Special    50       10% chance of causing confusion.
Lucky Chant    Normal   Other      ---      No critical hits for 5 turns.
Future Sight   Psychic  Special    80       Strikes two turns after use.
Charm          Normal   Other      ---      Lowers opponent's ATK by 2 stages.

Mesprit, the balanced one of the psychic trio, and my personal favourite. Once
you have finished the Torn World and spoken to Rowan, head over to Twinleaf 
Town and then to Lake Verity which is very close by. Once there, Surf into the
cave in the middle and talk to Mesprit. You will be shown its sprite which 
will be added to your PokÚDex, then it will disappear. Now, it will appear
randomly around Sinnoh. Now, sit through Rowan's talk, then you can go hunting
for it.

Now, how to find Mesprit? Unlike G/S/C/R/S/E/FR/LG, you cannot simply view the
Pokedex to see its location. Instead, you get an even easier option - view the
pink critter on the map of your Poketch! You can get this app from a guy on the
first floor of the Poketch Building in Jubilife City after 3 badges. Although,
you can just hope you encounter it, which is why the Poketch is optional. 
But it is pretty damn hard to encounter it randomly.

Simply track down Mesprit onto a route that you and it are on, then encounter
it. The usual trio music will play, and your Level 50 Mesprit will appear.
Either Master Ball it, or sleep/Mean Look it and start whittling down its HP.
Any damage/status (like paralyze) it obtains will stay every time you encounter
it.

Note that you can also save in a patch of grass, and reset. This changes the
location of Mesprit, so you can keep doing this until its in your route. Then,
try a Max Repel with a Pokemon under 50 but higher than the Wild Pokemon in the
area to encounter it easily. Actually, you should enable the repel before you
save, as then you can keep resetting and have the repel active.

And FYI, you cannot encounter Mesprit (and likewise, Cresselia) on the island 
in the northeast.

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[AZLF] #482 AZELF
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SINNOH DEX NUMBER: #148
LOCATION: Lake Valor
TYPE: Psychic 
LEVEL FOUND: 50
HM MOVES REQUIRED: HM03 Surf
ABILITY: Levitate
CATCH RATE: 3
SIGNATURE MOVE: None
BASE STAT TOTAL: 580
RECOMMENDED NATURES: Naive, Timid, Rash, Modest
BASE STATS: 75 HP / 125 ATK / 70 DEF / 125 SATK / 70 SDEF / 115 SPD

OTHER NOTES:
- Nothing of note.

MOVES WHEN CAUGHT
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NAME           TYPE     CATEGORY   POWER    EXTRA EFFECTS
Confusion      Psychic  Special    50       10% chance of causing confusion.
Uproar         Normal   Special    50       Hits for 2-5 turns. Stops sleep.
Future Sight   Psychic  Special    80       Strikes two turns after use.
Nasty Plot     Dark     Other      ---      Raises SATK by two stages.

Azelf is the sweeper of the trio, but it's so much more powerful than Uxie and
Mesprit. It learns a variety of moves, including Explosion which runs very 
good off its 125 attack base, putting a huge dent in Blissey even when Azelf
has a -Atk nature like Timid, though the standard is Hasty or Naive. Azelf
also learns good moves such as Nasty Plot, U-Turn, Psychic, Thunderbolt, 
Fire Blast, and more. It truly is an impressive Pokemon, although a bit frail.
However, its sheer movepool is what gives it an advantage over Alakazam in the
special sweeper department. Like the only thing Zam gets that Azelf doesn't is
Focus Blast.

Anyway, I think I've explained how awesome it is. To get Azelf, you must go to
Lake Valor (which I personally think looks ugly without a u but that's how the
game spells it) which is located south of Veilstone City, east of Pastoria and
west of Sunyshore. Once again, Surf on the lake and reach the cavern, and save
in front of it. Talk to it and engage in battle, theme music playing. This is
pretty much identical to Uxie, right down to the effective Pokeballs like
Dusk Balls. 

As Azelf is quite useful, you may want to try getting a good nature with it.
However, there is a slight problem - its catch rate is too low to keep getting
it normally and you may want that Master Ball for something else. If you wish
to keep Azelf until after you can Pal Park more Master Balls in, you must 
engage it in battle but it has to kill you. That way, it will still be in your
Pokedex and still be in Lake Valor too. Of course, if you don't want to try for
a nature then just catch it normally.

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AFTER NATIONAL DEX... [5.2]
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[CRSA] #488 Cresselia
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LOCATION: Fullmoon Island BEFORE you talk to it.
TYPE: Psychic 
LEVEL FOUND: 50
HM MOVES REQUIRED: HM02 Fly makes it much easier to do this.
ABILITY: Levitate
CATCH RATE: 3
SIGNATURE MOVE: Lunar Dance
BASE STAT TOTAL: 600
BASE STATS: 120 HP / 70 ATK / 120 DEF / 75 SATK / 130 SDEF / 85 SPD

OTHER NOTES:
- One of the five Platinum runners.
- Master Ball is highly recommended for Cresselia.
- Cresselia's stats and nature are set when she disappears from Fullmoon Island.

MOVES WHEN CAUGHT
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NAME           TYPE     CATEGORY   POWER    EXTRA EFFECTS
Mist           Ice      Other      ---      Protects the user from stat downs.
Aurora Beam    Ice      Special    65       10% chance of lowering ATK.
Future Sight   Psychic  Special    80       Strikes two turns after use.
Slash          Normal   Physical   70       High crtical-hit ratio.

Now here's a real defensive Pokemon. Cresselia sports extremely good defense
stats, having a max of 444 HP, 372 Defense and 394 Special Defense with their
respective natures. 

As for getting Cresselia, after getting the National Dex you must get to 
Canalave City. Once there, head into the house that is directly next to the 
city's port. There should be a boy in a bed, muttering about "Dark". Quite
obviously a problem with Darkrai. You must talk to this boy.

Talk to the mother too then head outside and talk to the sailor, who is also
the father of this child. He will ask you to go to Fullmoon Island to get the
Lunar Wing - agree to and you'll be taken to Fullmoon Island.

Follow the island around and enter the clearing. You will see a crescent-like
Pokemon there - this is Cresselia. Talk to it, and you'll be shown a picture
which is added to your Pokedex - then the Cresselia will fly away, leaving
a Lunar Wing for you to pick up. Take the Lunar Wing and heal the child in the
house, then start hunting for Cresselia in the same way that I suggested you
hunt for Mesprit. I personally like alternating between Route 205 and Valley
Windworks.

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[DLGA] #483 DIALGA
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SINNOH DEX NUMBER: #149
LOCATION: Spear Pillar
TYPE: Steel / Dragon
LEVEL FOUND: 70
HM MOVES REQUIRED: HM03 Surf, HM08 Rock Climb, HM04 Strength
ABILITY: Pressure
CATCH RATE: 30
SIGNATURE MOVE: Roar of Time
BASE STAT TOTAL: 680
BASE STATS: 100 HP / 120 ATK / 120 DEF / 150 SATK / 100 SDEF / 90 SPD

OTHER NOTES:
- Dialga is an UBER, which means it cannot be used in the standard metagame.

MOVES WHEN CAUGHT
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NAME           TYPE     CATEGORY   POWER    EXTRA EFFECTS
Roar of Time   Dragon   Special    140      Requires a recharge turn after use.
Heal Block     Psychic  Other      ---      Prevents HP Recovery moves.
Earth Power    Ground   Special    90       10% of lowering opponent's SDEF.
Slash          Normal   Physical   70       High critical hit ratio.

Dialga, alongside with Palkia have had their catching methods completely edited
from DP. In Platinum, both appear on Spear Pillar after a number of conditions
are filled. I don't know if all of these are needed but to be safe, fulfil all
of these conditions.

1: Receive the National Dex from Rowan by seeing all 210 Sinnoh Dex Pokemon.
2: Find the Adamant and Lustrous Orb within Mt. Coronet. The orbs are in a cave
to the right after you go up the first Rock Climb path in the snowy part of 
Mt. Coronet. You will need Waterfall to get them.
3: Go to Celestic Town and press A on the Uxie/Mesprit/Azelf drawings in the
Celestic Town Ruins. Cynthia should come and talk to you. Just say yes to
everything she asks until she goes away.
4: Head to the top of Mt. Coronet, for the Spear Pillar.

[I know that you must do 1, 3 and 4 for certain. I don't know about #2 yet. You
may also need the Sinnoh trio (Uxie, Mesprit, Azelf) but I do not know about
this for sure either.]

Once you have done all of these, head for Spear Pillar. Near where Dialga and
Palkia were in D/P should be a blue portal. Save, talk to this blue portal and
say yes to be pulled into a battle with Dialga.

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[PKA] #484 PALKIA
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SINNOH DEX NUMBER: #150
LOCATION: Spear Pillar
TYPE: Steel / Dragon
LEVEL FOUND: 70
HM MOVES REQUIRED: HM03 Surf, HM08 Rock Climb, HM04 Strength
ABILITY: Pressure
CATCH RATE: 30
SIGNATURE MOVE: Spacial Rend
BASE STAT TOTAL: 680
BASE STATS: 90 HP / 120 ATK / 100 DEF / 150 SATK / 120 SDEF / 100 SPEED

OTHER NOTES:
- Palkia is an UBER, which means it cannot be used in the standard metagame.

MOVES WHEN CAUGHT
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NAME           TYPE     CATEGORY   POWER    EXTRA EFFECTS
Spacial Rend   Dragon   Special    100      High critical hit ratio.
Heal Block     Psychic  Other      ---      Prevents HP Recovery moves.
Earth Power    Ground   Special    90       10% of lowering opponent's SDEF.
Slash          Normal   Physical   70       High critical hit ratio.

Palkia is obtained exactly the same way as Dialga, so see Dialga for details.
All you must do is after you catch or kill Dialga, exit Spear Pillar (by going
back into Mt. Coronet) and go back onto Spear Pillar and you should find a
pink/purple portal containing Palkia.

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[HTRN] #485 HEATRAN
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LOCATION: Stark Mountain
TYPE: Fire / Steel
LEVEL FOUND: 50
HM MOVES REQUIRED: HM06 Rock Smash, HM04 Strength, [HM08 Rock Climb-Optional]
ABILITY: Flash Fire
CATCH RATE: 3
SIGNATURE MOVE: Magma Storm
BASE STAT TOTAL: 600
BASE STATS: 91 HP / 90 ATK / 106 DEF / 130 SATK / 106 SDEF / 77 SPD

OTHER NOTES:
- One of four legendaries with a Fire-type.

MOVES WHEN CAUGHT
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NAME           TYPE     CATEGORY   POWER    EXTRA EFFECTS
Metal Sound    Steel    Other      ---      Lowers opponent's SDef by 2 levels.
Crunch         Dark     Physical   80       20% of lowering opponent's defence.
Scary Face     Normal   Other      ---      Lowers opponent's SPD by 2 levels.
Lava Plume     Fire     Special    80       30% of inducing burn on opponent.

Heatran is basically the same as D/P, so I'll just keep the DP guide with a few
minor edits...

Heatran itself doesn't have too bad stats. Unfortunately, its type combination
Fire/Steel lets it down, as combining two Ground-weak types is a VERY BAD idea
as then you're 4x weak to Earthquake, one of, if not the most common move in
the metagame. This means you'll have to play Heatran carefully if you're going
to even hope to use it.

Getting Heatran itself can be a bit on the long side. You must head to Stark
Mountain, and complete the partnership with Buck, who will help you with a 
Level 63 Claydol. However, once he removes the volcanic rock in the mountain,
the volcano's activity will start going crazy. Head to the Survival Area that
is in the Northwest, and talk to Buck who is outside a house. He will go inside
the house - go in, marvel and talk to him again to get him to go put the Magma
Stone back. Heatran will now be there.

Head through the mountain again, this time on your own which means you can use
Rock Climb to get through the place a lot easier. Once you reach the room the
volcanic rock was in, you'll find one lovely Heatran waiting for you in the
circle of stones that surrounded the rock.

Walk up, save and engage battle. Just catch it like any other legend. The lower
level in Platinum might make it a bit easier... perhaps.

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[RGIG] #486 REGIGIGAS
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LOCATION: Snowpoint Temple
TYPE: Normal
LEVEL FOUND: 1
HM MOVES REQUIRED: None
ABILITY: Slow Start
CATCH RATE: 3
SIGNATURE MOVE: Crush Grip
BASE STAT TOTAL: 670
RECOMMENED NATURES: Impish
BASE STATS: 110 HP / 160 ATK / 110 DEF / 80 SATK / 110 SDEF / 100 SPD

OTHER NOTES:
- One of two legendaries with a Normal-type.
- Needs assistance from Ruby, Sapphire or Emerald OR an event to get.

MOVES WHEN CAUGHT
-------------------
NAME           TYPE     CATEGORY   POWER    EXTRA EFFECTS
Dizzy Punch    Normal   Physical   70       20% of confusing opponent.
Knock Off      Dark     Physical   20       Knocks off an opponent's item.	
Confuse Ray    Ghost    Other      ---      Confuses the opponent.
Foresight      Normal	Other      ---      Negates evasion changes.

Regigigas is the King of the Regi trio, and to awaken it you need to have its
subjects - Regirock, Regice and Registeel - in your party when you talk to it.
Otherwise, it will not respond. 

You can get the three Regi from Pal Park; I believe all three are found in the
cliff/mountainous area, though I'm not completely sure about Regice. Anyway,
once you have all three, Fly to Snowpoint City and head north to the Snowpoint
Temple. If you have the National Dex, Candice will allow you into the temple
because of a "word from Cynthia". Walk in, and get ready to solve a couple
ice puzzles.

Alternatively, you can transfer a movie Regigigas and go catch Regirock, Regice
and Registeel in Sinnoh, then use these Regi to get Regigigas. Movie Regigigas
can be rather hard to come by, however.

Snowpoint Temple has Wild Pokemon of about Level 50. Same Wild Pokemon as DP 
pretty much but with the addition of Smoochum and I think Jynx is there too.
Otherwise, the layout is identical to DP. Just work your way to the bottom
floor...

This floor is simply a huge ice puzzle and one large legendary in the center.
Use rocks to your advantage, and you should hopefully reach the center, where
Regigigas and a part of the normal temple await. By normal temple, I mean Wild
Pokemon can still appear by there. That really spoiled the moment for me once,
as I was walking up to Regigigas and a Sneasel decided to call. Yaaaaay.

Press A, engage in battle, blah blah blah. At Level 1, it is very hard... oh
my. Level 1. Something really went wrong here. Slow Start makes Regigigas not
so good, halving both Attack and Speed. Oh well.

Regigigas has two moves that can confuse you now, but really if you want to
weaken it then one False Swipe should do the job. Being Level 1 means you have
very little in stats, no matter what Pokemon you are.

**Note: Regigigas was also distributed as a promotional event of the movie
"Giratina & the Bouquet of the Sky". These Regigigas came at Level 100 in a
Cherish Ball and had the special moves Icy Wind and Rock Slide. However, it
came with no EVs. Due to it coming at Level 100, it cannot get any EVs. Should
you encounter a Regigigas with Icy Wind or Rock Slide that has Effort Values
in any stat that total over 100, it has been hacked. This Regigigas is required
to get Regirock, Registeel and Regice in Platinum.

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[CUNO] #144 ARTICUNO
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LOCATION: Sinnoh
TYPE: Ice / Flying
LEVEL FOUND: 60
HM MOVES REQUIRED: None
ABILITY: Pressure
CATCH RATE: 3
SIGNATURE MOVE: None
BASE STAT TOTAL: 580
BASE STATS: 90 HP / 85 ATK / 100 DEF / 95 SATK / 125 SDEF / 85 SPD

OTHER NOTES:
- One of the five runners.

MOVES WHEN CAUGHT
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NAME           TYPE     CATEGORY   POWER    EXTRA EFFECTS
Agility        Psychic  Other	   ---	    Raises user's speed by 2 levels.
Ice Beam       Ice      Special    95       10% of freeze.
Reflect        Psychic  Other      ---      Doubles defense for 5 turns.
Roost          Flying   Other      ---      Restores 50% health.

In a surprise twist, the legendary birds of Kanto are available in Platinum.
Once you get the National Dex, go to Pal Park and talk to Professor Oak to get
him to leave. Then, head to Eterna and go into the house in the bottom left of
the city. Oak should be in there - talk to him. After that, the birds should
appear on your Pokeradar map. Just zone in and capture them like Mesprit &
Cresselia. Master Balls recommended, of course.

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[ZDOS] #145 Zapdos
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LOCATION: Sinnoh
TYPE: Electric / Flying
LEVEL FOUND: 60
HM MOVES REQUIRED: None
ABILITY: Pressure
CATCH RATE: 3
SIGNATURE MOVE: None
BASE STAT TOTAL: 580
BASE STATS: 90 HP / 90 ATK / 85 DEF / 125 SATK / 90 SDEF / 100 SPD

OTHER NOTES:
- One of the five runners.

MOVES WHEN CAUGHT
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NAME           TYPE     CATEGORY   POWER    EXTRA EFFECTS
Charge         Electric Other	   ---	    Powers up elec moves & +1 SDef
Agility        Psychic  Other	   ---	    Raises user's speed by 2 levels.
Discharge      Electric Other      80       30% of paralyze.
Roost          Flying   Other      ---      Restores 50% health.

See Articuno for details.

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[TRES] #146 Moltres
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LOCATION: Sinnoh
TYPE: Fire / Flying
LEVEL FOUND: 60
HM MOVES REQUIRED: None
ABILITY: Pressure
CATCH RATE: 3
SIGNATURE MOVE: None
BASE STAT TOTAL: 580
BASE STATS: 90 HP / 100 ATK / 90 DEF / 125 SATK / 85 SDEF / 90 SPD

OTHER NOTES:
- One of the five runners.

MOVES WHEN CAUGHT
-------------------
NAME           TYPE     CATEGORY   POWER    EXTRA EFFECTS
Flamethrower   Fire     Special    95       10% of burn.
Safeguard      Normal   Other      ---      Prevents status for 5 turns.
Air Slash      Flying   Special    75       30% of flinch.
Roost          Flying   Other      ---      Restores 50% health.

See Articuno for details.

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EVENT ONLY... [5.3]

Before this section starts, let me just inform you that you can get Darkrai
and Shaymin on the majority of Japanese versions of Diamond and Pearl, by 
using a glitch to do with the Elite Four's door. See L255J's FAQ if you're
interested. I repeat that this is only for Japanese versions of these games and
ONLY for JPN Diamond and Pearl, not Platinum.

Also, all Pokemon here need some sort of outside help to access, whether it
be a Nintendo Event or a copy of Pokemon Ranger. If you cannot find the item
you need, it is because you haven't unlocked the event to get it. Unless of
course, you're lucky enough to have the E4 Door glitch. Oh, Action Replay is
an option too. 

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[ROCK] #377 REGIROCK
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LOCATION: Route 228 - Rock Peak Ruins
TYPE: Rock
LEVEL FOUND: 30
HM MOVES REQUIRED: None
ABILITY: Clear Body
CATCH RATE: 3
SIGNATURE MOVE: None
BASE STAT TOTAL: 580
BASE STATS: 80 HP / 100 ATK / 200 DEF / 50 SATK / 100 SDEF / 50 SPD

OTHER NOTES:
- None particuarly.

MOVES WHEN CAUGHT
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NAME           TYPE     CATEGORY   POWER    EXTRA EFFECTS
Stomp          Normal   Physical   65       30% of flinch.
Rock Throw     Rock     Physical   50       None.
Curse          ???      Other      ---      Atk/Def +1, Spd -1
Superpower     Fighting Physical   120      Atk/Def -1

To get Regirock, Regice and Registeel you need an 11TH MOVIE REGIGIGAS. Without
one of these it is impossible to get Regirock, Regice and Registeel in Pokemon
Platinum. It can either be obtained by doing it legitamately or by using a
Movie Regigigas Wonder Card code in Diamond & Pearl then trading that Regigigas
across to Platinum. This code is listed in the Alternate Forms / Other section.

If you have this Regigigas, have it in your party. It can be any slot of the
six, just make sure you have it. Then, head into Route 228 (sandstorm route
above Resort Area). Near the top of Route 228 is a depression in the ground
that looks like a canyon - go down the mud slide here and look carefully for
a cave in the northern wall by the rock. Head inside. If you do not have a
movie Regigigas with you then you will be in a room with a Hard Stone in it, 
but if you have a movie Regigigas...

You will come out in "Rock Peak Ruins", a room with orange plates around the
walls and a formation of dots on the ground, as well as a statue in the north
of the room. Step on each one of these dots so it makes a noise (no particular
order) and there should be an earthquake. Then, attempt to talk to the statue
and Regirock will attack you.

If you need visual aid or just want to see Regirock appear, take a look at this
video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Po8ShFAaku0 (Yes, that is my own video)

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[GICE] #378 REGICE
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LOCATION: Mt Coronet, Exit to Route 216 - Iceberg Ruins
TYPE: Ice
LEVEL FOUND: 30
HM MOVES REQUIRED: None
ABILITY: Clear Body
CATCH RATE: 3
SIGNATURE MOVE: None
BASE STAT TOTAL: 580
BASE STATS: 80 HP / 50 ATK / 100 DEF / 100 SATK / 200 SDEF / 50 SPD

OTHER NOTES:
- None particuarly.

MOVES WHEN CAUGHT
-------------------
NAME           TYPE     CATEGORY   POWER    EXTRA EFFECTS
Stomp          Normal   Physical   65       30% of flinch.
Icy Wind       Ice      Special    55       100% of lowering opponent's speed.
Curse          ???      Other      ---      Atk/Def +1, Spd -1
Superpower     Fighting Physical   120      Atk/Def -1

To get Regirock, Regice and Registeel you need an 11TH MOVIE REGIGIGAS. Without
one of these it is impossible to get Regirock, Regice and Registeel in Pokemon
Platinum. It can either be obtained by doing it legitamately or by using a
Movie Regigigas Wonder Card code in Diamond & Pearl then trading that Regigigas
across to Platinum. This code is listed in the Alternate Forms / Other section.

If you have this Regigigas, have it in your party. It can be any slot of the
six, just make sure you have it. Then, head towards Route 216 (Mt Coronet from
Celestic Town then up). Near the exit to Route 216 is a hole in the wall.
This is an entrance to a cavern in Mt Coronet. Head inside. If you don't have a
movie Regigigas with you then you will be in a room with a Nevermeltice in it, 
but if you have a movie Regigigas...

You will come out in "Iceberg Ruins", a room with crystal plates around the
walls and a formation of dots on the ground, as well as a statue in the north
of the room. Step on each one of these dots so it makes a noise (no particular
order) and there should be an earthquake. Then, attempt to talk to the statue
and Regice will attack you.

If you need visual aid or just want to see Regice appear, take a look at this
video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Po8ShFAaku0 (Yes, that is my own video)

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[STEL] #379 REGISTEEL
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LOCATION: Iron Island, Exit Room - Iron Ruins
TYPE: Ice
LEVEL FOUND: 30
HM MOVES REQUIRED: None
ABILITY: Clear Body
CATCH RATE: 3
SIGNATURE MOVE: None
BASE STAT TOTAL: 580
BASE STATS: 80 HP / 75 ATK / 150 DEF / 75 SATK / 150 SDEF / 50 SPD

OTHER NOTES:
- None particuarly.

MOVES WHEN CAUGHT
-------------------
NAME           TYPE     CATEGORY   POWER    EXTRA EFFECTS
Stomp          Normal   Physical   65       30% of flinch.
Metal Claw     Steel    Physical   50       100% of boosting user's attack.
Curse          ???      Other      ---      Atk/Def +1, Spd -1
Superpower     Fighting Physical   120      Atk/Def -1

To get Regirock, Regice and Registeel you need an 11TH MOVIE REGIGIGAS. Without
one of these it is impossible to get Regirock, Regice and Registeel in Pokemon
Platinum. It can either be obtained by doing it legitamately or by using a
Movie Regigigas Wonder Card code in Diamond & Pearl then trading that Regigigas
across to Platinum. This code is listed in the Alternate Forms / Other section.

If you have this Regigigas, have it in your party. It can be any slot of the
six, just make sure you have it. Then, head towards the exit of Iron Island. 
Near the exit of the island is a hole in the wall. This is an entrance to a 
cavern in Iron Island. Head inside. If you don't have a movie Regigigas with 
you then you will be in a room with a Metal Coat in it, but if you have a movie 
Regigigas...

You will come out in "Iron Ruins", a room with silver steel plates around the
walls and a formation of dots on the ground, as well as a statue in the north
of the room. Step on each one of these dots so it makes a noise (no particular
order) and there should be an earthquake. Then, attempt to talk to the statue
and Registeel will attack you.

If you need visual aid or just want to see Regice appear, take a look at this
video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Po8ShFAaku0 (Yes, that is my own video)

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[MPHY] #490 MANAPHY
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LOCATION: Fiore
TYPE: Water
LEVEL FOUND: 1
HM MOVES REQUIRED: None
ABILITY: Hydration
CATCH RATE: 3
SIGNATURE MOVE: Heart Swap
BASE STAT TOTAL: 600
BASE STATS: 100 HP / 100 ATK / 100 DEF / 100 SATK / 100 SDEF / 100 SPD

OTHER NOTES:
- Needs two DSes to transfer from Ranger (Batonnage) to Platinum.
- One of two DPP legendaries with 100 stats across the board.

MOVES WHEN CAUGHT
-------------------
NAME           TYPE     CATEGORY   POWER    EXTRA EFFECTS
Tail Glow      Bug      Other      ---      Raises SATK by 2 levels.
Bubble         Water    Special    20       10% of lowering opponent's SPD.
Water Sport    Water    Other      ---      Reduces Fire-move power on user.

Manaphy is the new 'Mew', though unlike its predecessors Manaphy does not have
a part Psychic type. It also shares something in common with Jirachi (at least
in Europe for Jirachi) that it is fairly easy to get, that is if you're happy
to fork out about $35 USD or ú30 GBP to get Pokemon Ranger. Manaphy will also
be available from Pokemon Ranger: Shadows of Almia when that is out in November.

To get Manaphy, you must get the egg on Ranger. On American versions of the
game, when the RangerNet can be accessed by the button combination R + X +
D-Pad Left on the title screen of Pokemon Ranger, you must enter the code
P8M2-9D6F-43H7. The game should accept it and give you a new mission - rescue
the egg. Europeans should do the same thing with European versions of Pokemon
Ranger but instead enter the code Mg35-Cpb8-4FW8.

Once you do this, load up your copy of Pokemon Platinum. I have heard from a
friend that you do not actually need Mystery Gift and that a 'Transfer Manaphy
Egg' option appears in the same menu as Continue/New Game etc when the egg
is checked on.

Once the egg is successfully transferred, head to any Poke Mart in Sinnoh 
apart from the Pokemon League or Department Store in Veilstone, and talk to 
the guy dressed in green with an empty slot in your party. You will recieve
a Manaphy egg!

Walk about 2,560 steps or if you have a Flame Body/Magma Armor Pokemon in your
party, 1,280 and watch it hatch. It has a different animation when it hatches
than it does usually, but you'll end up with a Manaphy all the same.

Note that this Manaphy is breedable with a Ditto, but the result will be a 
Phione which appears as an underdeveloped Manaphy who likes warm seas as 
opposed to cold seas. You can get as many Phione as you like as long as you
have a Manaphy or a Phione, but they aren't that valuable so don't try to 
strike up a trade such as a Phione for an Arceus. Manaphy however can probably
go for a bit.

And one more thing. You can trade across the Manaphy egg as soon as you reach
about Jubilife City, I think.

**NOTE: Manaphy is also available from several events. The most notable one was
the Toys R' Us event in America that distributed a Level 50 Manaphy that held a
Red Scarf. Apart from events and the Pokemon Ranger series, Manaphy is not
avaiable. If you need to see Manaphy for your Pokedex, there is a book in Mr.
Backlot's room (the owner) in the Pokemon Mansion on Route 212 which will show
you a picture of Manaphy and add it to your Pokedex.

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[PHIE] #489 PHIONE
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LOCATION: Eggs
TYPE: Water
LEVEL FOUND: 1
HM MOVES REQUIRED: None
ABILITY: Hydration
CATCH RATE: 3
SIGNATURE MOVE: None
BASE STAT TOTAL: 480
BASE STATS: 80 HP / 80 ATK / 80 DEF / 80 SATK / 80 SDEF / 80 SPD

OTHER NOTES:
- The weakest "legendary", as Rotom isn't one.
- Its status as a legendary is rather controversial as it is.
- Inferior to Manaphy in every single way. Even in Underused play, Phione is
outclassed massively. It is not a recommended choice.

MOVES WHEN CAUGHT
-------------------
NAME           TYPE     CATEGORY   POWER    EXTRA EFFECTS
Bubble         Water    Special    20       10% of lowering opponent's SPD.
Water Sport    Water    Other      ---      Reduces Fire-move power on user.

Now, here we have Phione, the offspring of any Manaphy who breed with a Ditto
in Sinnoh, yet an offspring who will never evolve into a Manaphy. If you get 
stuck with a Phione, you won't be getting a Manaphy unless you can either
trade for one, use Ranger or use an Action Replay to get one.

Phione is basically an underdeveloped Manaphy, and because of this it doesn't
learn Tail Glow or Heart Swap, which really ruins it. Plus, having a base stat
total that equals Glalie isn't going to help. This thing is Underused at best
IMO, maybe even Neverused quality.

So yeah, the only thing you'll ever need this for is to complete your National
Dex.

Phione can also be gotten from Pokemon Ranch, a WiiWare game. If you put 250 
different Pokemon from up to 8 different D/P/Pt games into Pokemon Ranch, then
you can trade Hayley a Leafeon in exchange for a Phione.

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[DKRI] #491 DARKRAI
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LOCATION: ???
TYPE: Dark
LEVEL FOUND: ??
HM MOVES REQUIRED: ??
ABILITY: Bad Dreams
CATCH RATE: 3
SIGNATURE MOVE: Dark Void
BASE STAT TOTAL: 600
BASE STATS: 70 HP / 90 ATK / 90 DEF / 135 SATK / 90 SDEF / 125 SPD

OTHER NOTES:
- Darkrai is an UBER, and cannot be used in the Overused Metagame.
- Darkrai needs an event to access.

MOVES WHEN CAUGHT
-------------------
?????????????????

Ah, now this is something I like. 125 Speed, 135 Special Attack, a movepool
to rival Gengar's, the stats to use this movepool, and an awesome signature
move in Dark Void, which has 80% accuaracy, puts all opponents to sleep (yes,
that means both in a double battle) and has a great animation to boot. Platinum
was also kind to it in that it gave it a brand new sprite and a new move in
the form of Nasty Plot. 

As of yet I cannot access Darkrai - this section shall be filled in later.

**NOTE: As of 14th Sep 2008, there has been no way to actually get Darkrai at
Newmoon Island. Darkrai has been available from movie giveaways and also from
the game Pokemon Ranger: Batonnage or as it will be known in English speaking
countries, Pokemon Ranger: Shadows of Almia. Both of these  limited time
though. Darkrai has also been given out in Europe in the chain store Woolworths
and in America in Toys R' Us.

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[SHMI] #492 SHAYMIN
==============================================================================
LOCATION: ??
TYPE: Grass
LEVEL FOUND: ??
HM MOVES REQUIRED: ??
ABILITY: Natural Cure
CATCH RATE: 45
SIGNATURE MOVE: Seed Flare
BASE STAT TOTAL: 600
BASE STATS: 100 HP / 100 ATK / 100 DEF / 100 SATK / 100 SDEF / 100 SPD

OTHER NOTES:
- Shaymin needs an event to access.
- Shaymin is one of two DP legendaries with 100 stats across the board.

MOVES WHEN CAUGHT
-------------------
NAME           TYPE     CATEGORY   POWER    EXTRA EFFECTS
???????????????????????????

Shaymin is the other 100 stat legendary of Diamond and Pearl, also lacking
the Psychic type. Unfortunately, Celebi is a whole lot better at the tanking/
stalling aspect, as it has a movepool much more suited to it. Shaymin can't
do all that much in the way of stalling, and it barely has an attacking
movepool to speak of, unless a Grass attack, Hidden Power and Psychic appeals
to you.

As of yet I cannot access Shaymin - this section shall be filled in later.

**Note: As of yet, there has been no way to actually get Shaymin from Flower
Paradise. The only method of getting a Shaymin so far has been to download a
promotional Shaymin from events at the movie "Giratina & the Bouquet of the
Sky". These are limited time only.

If you wish to see more information on Sky Forme Shaymin, take a look at the 
alternate forms section.

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[ACUS] #493 ARCEUS
==============================================================================
LOCATION: ???
TYPE: Normal
LEVEL FOUND: ???
HM MOVES REQUIRED: ???
ABILITY: Multitype
CATCH RATE: 3
SIGNATURE MOVE: Judgment
BASE STAT TOTAL: 720
BASE STATS: 120 HP / 120 ATK / 120 DEF / 120 SATK / 120 SDEF / 120 SPD

OTHER NOTES:
- Arceus needs an event to access.
- Arceus has the highest combined stat total so far, reaching 720.
- Arceus is an UBER, and cannot be used in the Overused Metagame.

MOVES WHEN CAUGHT
-------------------
NAME           TYPE     CATEGORY   POWER    EXTRA EFFECTS
??????????????????????????????????

Here we have the God of Pokemon, at a huge base stat total of 720 - the only
one of its kind. Arceus is also the highest level Pokemon - apart from Red's
Pikachu in GSC - to appear, at an astounding level of 80. Plus, Arceus' abil-
ity allows it to change type, an ability previously only offered to Kecleon 
and the three Porygon. Multitype allows Arceus to change type - and colour -
at the click of a few buttons. Simply equip any item that has the suffix 
"Plate" and check your Arceus' Summary. It should have changed.

As of yet I cannot access Arceus - this section shall be filled in later.

**NOTE: As of yet, there has been no way to obtain an Arceus at all. It is
assumed that Arceus will become available once the 12th Pokemon movie appears
in Japanese cinemas.

===============================================================================
[6] EVENTS 							[SEC006]
===============================================================================
Several times in this guide, you may have heard me refer to "Events". Events
are things in Pokemon that allow you to get special things, most commonly rare
legendary Pokemon not normally found in the Pokemon game. What they usually do
is unlock data in the game that allow you to go to places that officially you
cannot go to. 

They are very nearly always limited time offers and for the most part they are
in Japan only. There have been a fair few in North America. They also appear
in Oceania (mostly Australia) and Europe once in a blue moon. Unless you live
in North America or Japan, do not count on being able to get to an event.

Most events use things called Wonder Cards. There are codes that allow you to 
get these Wonder Cards in your game but I will not be supplying these codes.
Feel free to hunt for them yourself, however. Events are the primary use of the
Mystery Gift function in Diamond and Pearl.

If there is something you do not understand you can e-mail me, but please make
sure it isn't something obvious.

===============================================================================
[7] ALTERNATE FORMS						[SEC007]
===============================================================================
ORIGIN FORME GIRATINA
---------------------
There are two ways to get Origin Forme Giratina. The first is to take Giratina
into the Torn World, but obviously this is barely practical as there is nothing
you can do with it.

The second way is to obtain a "Platinum Orb". To get the Platinum Orb you must
go back into the Torn World. Go to Turnback Cave in Sendoff Spring (off Route
214) and try and make your way to the end. Just keep going through door after
door - south to north every room gets you there eventually. At the end you 
should see a portal where Giratina used to be in D/P. Enter the portal and
just go along the platforms until you reach an item ball. This contains the
Platinum Orb - equip this to a Giratina and it will boost all Dragon and Ghost
moves it uses by 20% AND also keep it in Origin Forme permanently. You may as
well exit the Torn World after this as there is nothing else in this part of it.

SKY FORME SHAYMIN
------------------
Getting a Sky Forme Shaymin requires you to have a movie Shaymin. There is also
a Wondercard code for this which I will list in this section near the bottom.
It is possible that all you need is a Shaymin with the Classic Ribbon though
but I am not sure about it.

Anyway, once you get a Shaymin that fits the requirement to go Floaroma Town 
and talk to the blonde girl near the center of the town. She'll notice the
Shaymin in your party and give you the Glacidea Flower. Go to your Key Items
pocket and use it on Shaymin to turn it into Sky Forme Shaymin. Note that you
cannot turn Shaymin into Sky Forme at Night. In addition, Sky Forme Shaymin
will automatically turn back into Land Forme at Night. You can also turn a
Sky Forme Shaymin back into Land Forme by putting it in the box. 

ROTOM ALTERNATE FORMS
----------------------
To get these, you must have a key item called the "Secret Key". Once you have
this (you must get it from a Nintendo event, unfortunately) go to the Galactic
Hideout in Eterna City. As Serebii.net says, "You can go to one of the rooms 
and use the Secret Key between a bookcase and a wall." Once the key is used,
you can pass into another room behind the now opened path. In this new room
are five pieces of red furniture. Simply bring Rotom with you and interact
with a piece of furniture to make Rotom possess it and gain that form. If you
want to reset Rotom's form to its regular one then simply interact with the
same piece of furniture and it will release its posesssion of it.

REGIGIGAS & SHAYMIN WONDER CARD CODES
--------------------------------------
These two codes are for use with the US versions of Diamond and Pearl (it may
work on UK versions but I don't know for sure). When your game is loaded, press
L+R with them on and then go to any Poke Mart and talk to the green man to 
receive your Regigigas/Shaymin. Make sure you have a spare slot in your party.
You will need some way to transfer them to Platinum to unlock the specific
events they activate, however.

MOVIE REGIGIGAS (Press L+R to activate)
---------------------------------------
94000130 FCFF0000
B21C4D28 00000000
B0000004 00000000
200002B4 00000001
E000A93C 00000100
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 80000000
0000AA3C EDB88320
E000AA68 00000104
00010001 00000001
00000001 48100000
CFC7E395 9713AB41
1943B677 CD7A1274
DB89500F B3866966
AA98E22C 8791C6FC
2B5D7048 91D4EF54
4A3B7BED D7AAF34A
AEDDFF58 F2388F91
155AD324 C5CFE3BE
712EA7CD 3930BD4C
473D263B 11D15214
7ED548C1 6CA99BCD
4F2ABB71 409AF316
E254112E 648103AB
FB2DF0DB AEF7DD45
95DA732E E0ED98FC
F9006057 38138D63
AC2141C6 1EFDD28A
B7CD78A9 37744A30
DEA80C88 92F95736
22317837 D4E459C1
82413E98 FF91B194
3CD5D027 02E7D2AB
D3DE107D DD1B4469
742B3167 A857A728
138B2BCE 26D8ABF6
975673D6 C1B333EB
D8372D49 062303D5
EEB0FDA5 0AB9A8B3
474E9945 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
0000AA5C EDB88320
E000B288 00000358
00000001 00000001
00000001 48100000
CFC7E395 9713AB41
1943B677 CD7A1274
DB89500F B3866966
AA98E22C 8791C6FC
2B5D7048 91D4EF54
4A3B7BED D7AAF34A
AEDDFF58 F2388F91
155AD324 C5CFE3BE
712EA7CD 3930BD4C
473D263B 11D15214
7ED548C1 6CA99BCD
4F2ABB71 409AF316
E254112E 648103AB
FB2DF0DB AEF7DD45
95DA732E E0ED98FC
F9006057 38138D63
AC2141C6 1EFDD28A
B7CD78A9 37744A30
DEA80C88 92F95736
22317837 D4E459C1
82413E98 FF91B194
3CD5D027 02E7D2AB
D3DE107D DD1B4469
742B3167 A857A728
138B2BCE 26D8ABF6
975673D6 C1B333EB
D8372D49 062303D5
EEB0FDA5 0AB9A8B3
474E9945 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00E200E2
00E200E2 00E200E2
00E200E2 00E200E2
00E200E2 00E200E2
00E200E2 FFFF00E2
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF 00000C00
000C0018 00E200E2
00E200E2 00E200E2
00E200E2 00E200E2
00E200E2 00E200E2
E00000E2 00E200E2
00E200E2 00E200E2
00E200E2 00E200E2
00E200E2 E00000E2
00E2E000 00E200E2
00E200E2 00E201DE
00E200E2 00E200E2
00E200E2 00E200E2
00E200E2 00E200E2
00E2E000 00E200E2
00E200E2 00E200E2
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
00000000 000001E6
00000000 00000C15
D2000000 00000000

MOVIE SHAYMIN (Press L+R to activate)
--------------------------------------
94000130 FCFF0000
B21C4D28 00000000
B0000004 00000000
200002B4 00000001
E000A93C 00000100
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 00000000
00000000 80000000
0000AA3C EDB88320
E000AA68 00000104
00010001 00000001
00000001 04380000
07A87D77 9B7878FB
AC5E54DB 56E166DF
AEDB6322 62B93B97
89D35ABB 7B2C076A
5A386B7A A7C8B6A0
D1FEB23F 537CDFC9
E75EA395 150751A3
0E8DFAE4 4790EE3A
036A96FA 5FC16E37
2696EA01 9C374B2B
9A0584D3 8B9756DE
3CDBC0F2 D6ABCDE3
13FDBE37 DCAC0638
71C8EAE2 EA9BC19B
B2B6D877 DE1FEBE5
8456774A 8C3F9838
AC2141C6 1F17D2DC
B6DB7943 37D04AA4
DE200C44 92F95736
22317837 D4E459C1
82413E98 FF91B194
3CD5D027 02E7D2AB
8078107D D5834469
742B3167 A857A728
138B2BCE 26D8ABF6
975673D6 C1B333EB
D8372D49 062303D5
EEB0FDA5 0AB9A8B3
474E9945 00000000
00004000 00000000
00000000 00000000
0000AA5C EDB88320
E000B288 00000358
00000001 00000001
00000001 04380000
07A87D77 9B7878FB
AC5E54DB 56E166DF
AEDB6322 62B93B97
89D35ABB 7B2C076A
5A386B7A A7C8B6A0
D1FEB23F 537CDFC9
E75EA395 150751A3
0E8DFAE4 4790EE3A
036A96FA 5FC16E37
2696EA01 9C374B2B
9A0584D3 8B9756DE
3CDBC0F2 D6ABCDE3
13FDBE37 DCAC0638
71C8EAE2 EA9BC19B
B2B6D877 DE1FEBE5
8456774A 8C3F9838
AC2141C6 1F17D2DC
B6DB7943 37D04AA4
DE200C44 92F95736
22317837 D4E459C1
82413E98 FF91B194
3CD5D027 02E7D2AB
8078107D D5834469
742B3167 A857A728
138B2BCE 26D8ABF6
975673D6 C1B333EB
D8372D49 062303D5
EEB0FDA5 0AB9A8B3
474E9945 00000000
00004000 00000000
00000000 00E200E2
00E200E2 00E200E2
00E200E2 00E200E2
00E200E2 00E200E2
00E200E2 FFFF00E2
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF 00000C00
000D0019 00E200E2
00E200E2 00E200E2
00E200E2 00E200E2
00E200E2 00E200E2
01AB00E2 E00001AB
00E200E2 00E200E2
00E200E2 00E200E2
00E200E2 00E200E2
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00E200E2 00E200E2
00E200E2 00E200E2
00E200E2 00E200E2
00E200E2 E00001AB
00E200E2 00E200E2
00E200E2 00E200E2
00E200E2 FFFF00E2
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
FFFFFFFF FFFFFFFF
00000000 000001EC
00000000 00000C30
D2000000 00000000 

===============================================================================
[8] FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS 					[SEC008]
==============================================================================
Questions I am asked in e-mails will be placed here.

===============================================================================
[9] CONTACT INFORMATION 					[SEC009]
==============================================================================
E-Mail: drayano60 [at] hotmail [dot] co [dot] uk

If you're going to e-mail me, make absolutely sure I haven't covered your
question in the FAQ. Also, please spare me Action Replay questions. If I can
figure out how to work it, then you can too.

I'm also stating here that I'm not letting any more sites use this guide than
the ones that already have permission to use it. Seriously, going around ~5
sites to update an FAQ gets annoying when you make constant updates.

And don't ask me for my Friend Code or to give you a legendary. I'm not 
interested.

===============================================================================
[10] CREDITS & COPYRIGHT INFORMATION 				[SEC010]
==============================================================================
I'll get to the credits first. I would like to thank the following people for
their contributions:

Serebii.net - For their Pokedex and comprehensive information sources.

Youtube.com - For being available to upload videos on.

You - For reading.

GameFAQs - For hosting this FAQ.

==============================================================================
Now for the copyright:

This guide cannot be reproduced under any circumstances, with the exception of
personal use. This means it cannot be used for profit or anything else such
as that. If you wish to use this FAQ, please e-mail me for permission.

The following sites/forums are welcome to use this guide:
- GameFAQs (www.gamefaqs.com)

If any site that is not on that list is using my guide, please e-mail me about
it. 

Thank you for reading!

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