Pokemon Ruby Version Cheats For Game Boy Advance

  1. The day care center trick

    when you put a pokemon in a day care center, each step you take equals one exp. point. if you want to level up a pokemon faster while it is in the center, you must first obtain the acro bike from rydel. then fly over to lavaridge town and bike all the way right until you reach the desert. bike over to the mudslide and face it. now here is the tricky part, find a way to hold down the UP button on your gameboy. leave it on overnight, and your set. this may not work as well for people without an sp.

    Contributed by: butnugget 

  2. Get unlimited time in the Safari zone!

    It's really simple. All you have to do is to bring a Pokemon that knows Sweet Scent and use it over and over again. You can attract as much Pokemon as you want without wasting steps.

    Contributed by: Chaos Control 

  3. Avoid wild Pokemon!

    Now, you can use CUT to hack away grass that wild Pokemon live in. You can save money not buying repels and can travel without being interrupted by wild Pokemon

    Contributed by: Chaos Control 

  4. Get Corsola Without Fishing

    You can get Corsola without fishing. In order to get Corsola you need a Bellosom( Evolve Gloom with sun stone ) and you need to go to Pacifidlog Town and talk to the lady in one of the houses and she will trade you a Corsola for a Bellosom.

    Contributed by: DarkCharzard237 

  5. Shiny Pokemon

    Every time you encounter a pokemon you have a 1/8192 chance of the pokemon being a different color, this is called a shiny pokemon

    Contributed by: Y2JosHBK386 

  6. Unlimited Time in Safari Zone

    If you have the Acro Bike equipped, get on it while you're in the Safari zone. If you hop up and down in one spot of grass, you can run into Pokemon without using up steps.

    Contributed by: Yoni 

  7. Fully Heal Pokemon without a Poke Center

    If you deposit a pokemon in a box and then pull it out, it is completely healed. This is useful for places like the Day-Care center that do not have a heal station. There are a few other places in which there are PC's but no heal station.

    Contributed by: samthebigkid 

  8. Free Premier Balls

    If you go to the department store in Lilycove City, and go to the counter where you can buy poke balls, you can get 1 free premier ball for every 10 poke balls you buy (they have to be poke balls, not great balls or ultra balls). Premier Balls are just like poke balls but are all white with red rims.

    Contributed by: samthebigkid 

  9. Capture Trainer Pokemon

    For this glitch to work, you need to have not caught the Latios (Sapphire) or Latias (Ruby) roaming in Hoenn. (Note that this glitch means that, on this file, you cannot capture that Pokemon without trading.) Enter a trainer battle of some sort; this Trainer must have the Pokemon you wish to catch, exactly as that Pokemon is. You can, for example, enter Battle Tower battles to obtain a quick Level 100 Pokemon. (Note that non-Battle Tower Pokemon may turn into Bad Eggs!) Lose to the trainer and then proceed to beat Latios or Latias without having any battles - wild or Trainer - in-between. You MUST make the Latios or Latias faint in that one encounter, without catching them or them escaping. Repels are useful to circumvent wild battles, and Mean Look and Shadow Tag to prevent Latios/Latias from leaving.

    After beating Latios/Latias, Pokemon #2-#6 of the previous Trainer's party will be used right after that, as if the Latios/Latias were their first Pokemon. These Pokemon will fight, however, as wild, roaming Pokemon do and thus are capable of escaping like Latios/Latias are. Still, you are nonetheless able to capture them as your own. The battle ends with the first Pokemon you catch, so if you want to catch a different Pokemon in the opponent's party, you'll have to defeat the others until you reach it; this can make for some easy EXP. as well.

    Contributed by: KeyBlade999 

  10. Yellow Scarf Glitch (Japanese Version)

    In the Japanese versions of Ruby and Sapphire, if you visit the man in Pokemon Fan Club in Slateport City that is sitting on the couch, he will give you a colored Scarf to Pokemon with maxed Contest stats: Red for Cool, Green for Smart, Yellow for Tough, and so on. Strangely, if you have a Pokemon with max Smart stat in the Japanese versions and speak with the man, you will get a Green Scarf, and if you do it again you'll also get a Yellow Scarf - regardless of the Pokemon's Tough stat!

    Contributed by: KeyBlade999 

  11. Scarfs

    Go to Slateport City. Talk to the Chairman in the Pokémon Fan Club. If your lead Pokémon has maximum coolness, he will give you a Red Scarf. If your lead Pokémon has maximum beauty, he will give you a Blue Scarf. If your lead Pokémon has maximum cuteness, he will give you a Pink Scarf. If your lead Pokémon has maximum smartness, he will give you a Green Scarf. If your lead Pokémon has maximum toughness, he will give you a Yellow Scarf.

    Unlockable Unlockable
    Have maximum beauty on lead Pokémon. Blue Scarf
    Have maximum smartness on lead Pokémon. Green Scarf
    Have maximum cuteness on lead Pokémon. Pink Scarf
    Have maximum coolness on lead Pokémon. Red Scarf
    Have maximum toughness on lead Pokémon. Yellow Scarf

    Contributed by: All is Fair in Love and War 

  12. Getting Different Coloured Trainer Card

    You can get five different kinds of Trainer Cards; Green, Copper, Silver, Bronze and Gold. You start off with the green card. And when you beat the Elite Four you get the Bronze card. beating 50 trainers in a row in battle tower will get you another upgrade. When you beat all of the contests you will receive another upgrade. And then catching all 200 Pokemon will give you another one. It doesn't matter what order you do those tasks in, but you can't complete the dex untill you have beaten the E4. It goes Green to bronze to copper to Sliver to gold.

    Unlockable Unlockable
    Beat the Elite Four at least once Bronze Trainer Card
    Catch all 200 Pokemon Copper Trainer Card
    Beat 50 trainers in a row in battle tower, either LV 50 or LV 100 Gold Trainer Card
    The Card you start off with Green Trainer Card
    Beat all of the contests Silver Trainer Card

    Contributed by: winterlord 

  13. Rare Stones

    Find Blue, Green, Red, and Yellow Shards. These may be found near Mossdeep, under the water. Go to the Hunter's House. Trade him Blue Shards for Water Stones, Green Shards for Leaf Stones, Red Shards for Fire Stones, and Yellow Shards for Thunder Stones.

    Unlockable Unlockable
    Give the Shard Hunter a Red Shard. Fire Stone
    Give the Shard Hunter a Green Shard. Leaf Stone
    Give the Shard Hunter a Yellow Shard. Thunder Stone
    Give the Shard Hunter a Blue Shard. Water Stone

    Contributed by: All is Fair in Love and War 

  14. Unlock Statues and a Sculpture

    Win at least 50 battles in a row in the Battle Tower. You will receive the Silver Trophy. Win at least 100 battles in a row in the Battle Tower. You will receive the Gold Trophy. Get 5 pictures painted in the Lilycove Art Museum. You will receive the Glass Sculpture.

    Unlockable Unlockable
    Get 5 pictures painted in the Lilycove Art Museum. Glass Sculpture
    Win at least 100 battles in a row in the Battle Tower. Gold Trophy
    Win at least 50 battles in a row in the Battle Tower. Silver Trophy

    Contributed by: All is Fair in Love and War 

  15. National Pokedex

    Unlockable Unlockable
    Trade from Pokemon Fire Red or Pokemon Leaf Green National Pokedex

    Contributed by: pokinjuy 

  16. Diplomas

    Unlockable Unlockable
    Collect all 386 Pokemon info in your Pokedex. Then go to the hotel in Lilycove City and talk to the Game Designer. National Pokedex Diploma
    Have all 202 pokemon Seen and Caught in your pokedex. Then go to the hotel in Lilycove City and talk to the Game Designer. Pokemon Diploma

    Contributed by: Nhatters1314, Master Trainer 

  17. Berry Master's Wife Passwords

    Tell the Berry Master's Wife certain phrases to receive the following berries. You can only tell her one of these each day.

    Effect Effect
    SUPER HUSTLE You will receive a Belue Berry.
    COOL LATIOS You will receive a Durin Berry.
    CHALLENGE CONTEST You will receive a Pamtre Berry.
    GREAT BATTLE You will receive a Spelon Berry.
    OVERWHELMING LATIAS You will receive a Watmel Berry.

    Contributed by: All is Fair in Love and War 

  18. Mystery Event

    Get at least 5 badges. Go to the Petalburg Pokemon Center. Talk to the guy at the PC. When he asks you your profile, tell him MYSTERY EVENT IS EXCITING. You will be able to scan E-Reader cards with this.

    Effect Effect
    MYSTERY EVENT IS EXCITING You will receive Mystery Event.

    Contributed by: All is Fair in Love and War 

Walkthroughs & FAQs

Type Name File Size
Foreign Language FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Shiaoran 28K
Foreign Language FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by RubyAndSaphire 131K
Foreign Language FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by slow 481K
Foreign Language FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by gnoblis 166K
Game Shark Codes Game Shark Codes by Mastersord 728K
Game Shark Codes Game Shark Codes by loadingNOW 296K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by CAHowell and me frog 611K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Widgeon Infantry and TheeMikester 120K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Seiryu 139K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by strawhat 242K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by ScottThang 379K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Ketay 137K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by masa7su 98K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Dyne1989 73K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Team Rocket Elite 126K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by YoyoYoshi 337K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Paradisio 143K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by RAMS 253K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by KeyBlade999 554K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by dmon2 369K
In-Depth FAQs Abilities FAQ by bowser194 20K
In-Depth FAQs Advanced Trainer Guide by egervari 151K
In-Depth FAQs Base Stats Guide by Ragnarok25 32K
In-Depth FAQs Battle Tower FAQ by Mew Jadester 53K
In-Depth FAQs Berry Blending Guide by moviebuff2287 20K
In-Depth FAQs Breeding Guide by Isa 86K
In-Depth FAQs Breeding/Egg Moves Guide by Allmard 60K
In-Depth FAQs Changes Guide by Yoni 18K
In-Depth FAQs Competitive Battling Guide by Phoenyx 44K
In-Depth FAQs Contest/Contest Moves FAQ by Myst Erik Ery 111K
In-Depth FAQs Contests & Berries FAQ by Mew Jadester and Azura Stardust 182K
In-Depth FAQs e-Reader FAQ by mdude4 29K
In-Depth FAQs Egg Group/Move List by Tioaz 18K
In-Depth FAQs Evolution Guide by RAMS 26K
In-Depth FAQs Feebas/Milotic Guide by Johanass 21K
In-Depth FAQs Glitch Pokemon FAQ by KeyBlade999 80K
In-Depth FAQs Glitches Guide by Yoni 21K
In-Depth FAQs Gym Leader/Elite Four/Rival Guide by Murk 115K
In-Depth FAQs Harvest Guide by Califer 125K
In-Depth FAQs Infinite TMs Guide by Mikaga 45K
In-Depth FAQs Itemfinder Guide by Pidgeotto 38K
In-Depth FAQs Items Guide by RAMS 26K
In-Depth FAQs Jirachi/Deoxys Guide by Pokemon Legend 42K
In-Depth FAQs Latias/Latios Guide by ZeRo1093 17K
In-Depth FAQs Legendary Catching Guide by NitemareDragon 63K
In-Depth FAQs Legendary Pokemon Guide by AstralFire 46K
In-Depth FAQs Level-Up Moves List by r_mage and PystGohan 273K
In-Depth FAQs Move List by Rena Chan 98K
In-Depth FAQs Moveset Guide by blueshirt32 398K
In-Depth FAQs Moveset/Team Building Guide by strawhat 374K
In-Depth FAQs New Moves Guide by RAMS 25K
In-Depth FAQs One-Pokemon Challenge Walkthrough by Blink18skull 57K
In-Depth FAQs Pokedex by strawhat 631K
In-Depth FAQs Pokedex by Shin Kaiser Dragon 167K
In-Depth FAQs Pokemon List by DBM11085 268K
In-Depth FAQs Pokemon Locations FAQ by moviebuff2287 35K
In-Depth FAQs Regi Pokemon FAQ by iloveraigan 42K
In-Depth FAQs Safari Zone FAQ by ElecMan 15K
In-Depth FAQs Series Pokemon Catching Guide by SpoonMan54321 202K
In-Depth FAQs Shop Guide by iloveraigan 23K
In-Depth FAQs Speed Reference Guide by Charlie_Supreme 124K
In-Depth FAQs Team Building FAQ by RishMister 41K
In-Depth FAQs TM/HM List by Murk 12K
In-Depth FAQs TM/HM List by MicroProject 26K
In-Depth FAQs Tokusei (Characteristics) Guide by NuoTrainer 16K
In-Depth FAQs Trainer's Eyes Trainer Locations FAQ by squirtle90909 52K
In-Depth FAQs TV/Mixing Records Guide by strawhat 71K
Maps and Charts Abandoned Ship Map by StarFighters76 34K
Maps and Charts Braille Guide by CAHowell 12K
Maps and Charts Cave Of Origins Map by StarFighters76 25K
Maps and Charts Dewford Gym Map by kirbyroks 24K
Maps and Charts Fiery Path/New Mauville Map by StarFighters76 29K
Maps and Charts Fortree City Gym Map by StarFighters76 25K
Maps and Charts Granite Cave Map by StarFighters76 35K
Maps and Charts Lavaridge Gym Guide by RAMS 27K
Maps and Charts Mauville Gym Map by kirbyroks 43K
Maps and Charts Meteor Falls Map by StarFighters76 35K
Maps and Charts Mossdeep City Gym Map by StarFighters76 41K
Maps and Charts Mount Pyre Map by StarFighters76 44K
Maps and Charts Ocean Routes Map by Prometheus89 19K
Maps and Charts Route 124 Maze Map by StarFighters76 53K
Maps and Charts Safari Zone Map by StarFighters76 30K
Maps and Charts Seafloor Cavern Map by StarFighters76 52K
Maps and Charts Shoal Cave Map by StarFighters76 53K
Maps and Charts Sootopolis Gym Map by Timborules 25K
Maps and Charts SS Tidal/Sky Pillar Map by StarFighters76 59K
Maps and Charts Team Magma's Hideout (Ruby) Map by StarFighters76 35K
Maps and Charts Trick House Map by StarFighters76 129K
Maps and Charts Trick House Puzzle 8 Solution by LuigiSan 40K
Maps and Charts Type Chart by KeyBlade999 31K
Maps and Charts Victory Road Map by StarFighters76 42K
Maps and Charts World Map by Wraith10x 92K

Pokemon Sapphire Version Cheats For Game Boy Advance

  1. Mirage Island

    An island that appears very rarely. There is a rare Berry and infinite Wynaut inhabiting the island. It does not appear randomly, however. Mirage Island is assigned a number daily. If the number matches a Pokemon in your party's ID number, it will be visible. Thus, your chances of seeing Mirage Island is to have many different ID numbers in your party.

    Contributed by: baconlabs 

  2. Free Premier balls

    First go to a PokeMart that sells regular Pokeballs. For every 10 Pokeballs you buy, you get 1 Premier Ball free.

    Contributed by: ss1gohan4693 

  3. Capture Trainer Pokemon

    For this glitch to work, you need to have not caught the Latios (Sapphire) or Latias (Ruby) roaming in Hoenn. (Note that this glitch means that, on this file, you cannot capture that Pokemon without trading.) Enter a trainer battle of some sort; this Trainer must have the Pokemon you wish to catch, exactly as that Pokemon is. You can, for example, enter Battle Tower battles to obtain a quick Level 100 Pokemon. (Note that non-Battle Tower Pokemon may turn into Bad Eggs!) Lose to the trainer and then proceed to beat Latios or Latias without having any battles - wild or Trainer - in-between. You MUST make the Latios or Latias faint in that one encounter, without catching them or them escaping. Repels are useful to circumvent wild battles, and Mean Look and Shadow Tag to prevent Latios/Latias from leaving.

    After beating Latios/Latias, Pokemon #2-#6 of the previous Trainer's party will be used right after that, as if the Latios/Latias were their first Pokemon. These Pokemon will fight, however, as wild, roaming Pokemon do and thus are capable of escaping like Latios/Latias are. Still, you are nonetheless able to capture them as your own. The battle ends with the first Pokemon you catch, so if you want to catch a different Pokemon in the opponent's party, you'll have to defeat the others until you reach it; this can make for some easy EXP. as well.

    Contributed by: KeyBlade999 

  4. Yellow Scarf Glitch (Japanese Version)

    In the Japanese versions of Ruby and Sapphire, if you visit the man in Pokemon Fan Club in Slateport City that is sitting on the couch, he will give you a colored Scarf to Pokemon with maxed Contest stats: Red for Cool, Green for Smart, Yellow for Tough, and so on. Strangely, if you have a Pokemon with max Smart stat in the Japanese versions and speak with the man, you will get a Green Scarf, and if you do it again you'll also get a Yellow Scarf - regardless of the Pokemon's Tough stat!

    Contributed by: KeyBlade999 

  5. Glass Items

    By walking through the gray-white ash on route 113. You will first need the Ash Sack, by talking to the man in the only house on that route. If you talk to him again after gathering some ash, he will have the following options available for you to choose from. Each step in an ash covered patch of grass counts as one unit. You must leave and re-enter an area to reset the ash.

    Unlockable Unlockable
    Gather 1000 units of ash. Black Flute
    Gather 250 units of ash. Blue Flute
    Gather 6000 units of ash. Pretty Chair
    Gather 8000 units of ash. Pretty Desk
    Gather 500 units of ash. Red Flute
    Gather 1000 units of ash. White Flute
    Gather 500 units of ash. Yellow Flute

    Contributed by: recklessfire 

  6. Trick House Unlockables

    The following are the items you can unlock by completing the challenges in the Trick House on Route 110.

    Unlockable Unlockable
    Beat Eighth Challenge Blue / Red Tent
    Beat Third Challenge Hard Stone
    Beat Sixth Challenge Magnet
    Beat Seventh Challenge PP Max
    Beat First Challenge Rare Candy
    Beat Fourth Challenge Smoke Ball
    Beath Fifth Challenge Taunt
    Beat Second Challenge Timer Ball

    Contributed by: linksbabiigurl 

  7. Unlockables

    Unlockable Unlockable
    Beat trick master house (sapphire only!) Blue Tent
    Beat trick master house (ruby only!) Red Tent
    Get a painting in the art gallery Silver Sculpture

    Contributed by: Lil_Farmer 

  8. Lilycove Department Store Clearout Sale Items

    After you defeat the Elite Four, check TVs in people's houses. If the TV is flashing, check it, and it may say the clearout sale is happening in this many days. Go to the roof of the Lilycove Department Store that may days later, and talk to the lady in the apron to buy any of the following items.

    Unlockable Unlockable
    Buy for 3000 Breakable Door
    Buy for 4000 Cute TV
    Buy for 500 Fence Length
    Buy for 500 Fence Width
    Buy for 200 Mud Ball
    Buy for 10000 Rhydon Doll
    Buy for 4000 Round TV
    Buy for 3000 Sand Ornament
    Buy for 8000 Slide
    Buy for 3000 Solid board
    Buy for 7000 Stand
    Buy for 800 Tire
    Buy for 3000 TV
    Buy for 10000 Wailmer Doll

    Contributed by: shadow_penguin9 

  9. Battle Tower Unlockables

    You can win certain items after battling at the Battle Tower long enough. All wins must be in a single winning streak.

    Unlockable Unlockable
    Random prize every 7 battles after the 50th Brightpowder
    Randomly win after every 7 battles before the 50th Calcium
    Randomly win after every 7 battles before the 50th Carbos
    Win 100 battles Gold Shield
    Randomly win after every 7 battles before the 50th HP Up
    Randomly win after every 7 battles before the 50th Iron
    Random prize every 7 battles after the 50th Leftovers
    Randomly win after every 7 battles before the 50th Protein
    Random prize every 7 battles after the 50th Scope Lens
    Win 50 battles Silver Shield
    Random prize every 7 battles after the 50th White Herb
    Randomly win after every 7 battles before the 50th Zinc

    Contributed by: recklessfire 

  10. The Elemental Stones

    Surf Northwest of Mossdeep to find a house. The man inside is the Shard Hunter. If you explore the Eastern reigon of Hoen, (The Ocean) and dive around it, you will find Shards. There are Blue, Red, Green, and Yellow Shards. Give them to the Shard Hunter in exchange for one of the 4 elemental stones available.

    Unlockable Unlockable
    Give a Red Shard to the Shard Hunter Fire Stone
    Give a Green Shard to the Shard Hunter Leaf Stone
    Give a Yellow Shard to the Shard Hunter Thunder Stone
    Give a Blue Shard to the Shard Hunter Water Stone

    Contributed by: nazguldragon15 

  11. Pokedex Diplomas

    Unlockable Unlockable
    Collect all 202 Pokemon in the Hoenn Pokedex. Then go to the hotel in Lilycove City and talk to the Game Designer. Hoenn Pokedex Diploma
    Collect all 386 Pokemon info in your Pokedex. Then go to the hotel in Lilycove City and talk to the Game Designer. National Pokedex Diploma

    Contributed by: KeyBlade999, Nhatters1314 

  12. National Pokedex

    Unlockable Unlockable
    Trade from Pokemon Fire Red or Pokemon Leaf Green National Pokedex

    Contributed by: pokinjuy 

Walkthroughs & FAQs

Type Name File Size
Foreign Language FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by RubyAndSaphire 131K
Foreign Language FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by slow 481K
Foreign Language FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by gnoblis 166K
Foreign Language FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Shiaoran 28K
Game Shark Codes Game Shark Codes by Mastersord 728K
Game Shark Codes Game Shark Codes by loadingNOW 296K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by strawhat 242K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by ScottThang 379K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Ketay 137K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by masa7su 98K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Dyne1989 73K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Team Rocket Elite 126K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by KeyBlade999 554K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by YoyoYoshi 337K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Paradisio 143K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by RAMS 253K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by dmon2 369K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by CAHowell and me frog 611K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Widgeon Infantry and TheeMikester 120K
General FAQs FAQ/Walkthrough by Seiryu 139K
In-Depth FAQs Advanced Trainer Guide by egervari 151K
In-Depth FAQs Base Stats Guide by Ragnarok25 32K
In-Depth FAQs Battle Tower FAQ by Mew Jadester 53K
In-Depth FAQs Berry Blending Guide by moviebuff2287 20K
In-Depth FAQs Breeding Guide by Isa 86K
In-Depth FAQs Breeding/Egg Moves Guide by Allmard 60K
In-Depth FAQs Changes Guide by Yoni 18K
In-Depth FAQs Competitive Battling Guide by Phoenyx 44K
In-Depth FAQs Contest/Contest Moves FAQ by Myst Erik Ery 111K
In-Depth FAQs Contests & Berries FAQ by Mew Jadester and Azura Stardust 182K
In-Depth FAQs e-Reader FAQ by mdude4 29K
In-Depth FAQs Egg Group/Move List by Tioaz 18K
In-Depth FAQs Evolution Guide by RAMS 26K
In-Depth FAQs Feebas/Milotic Guide by Johanass 21K
In-Depth FAQs Glitch Pokemon FAQ by KeyBlade999 80K
In-Depth FAQs Glitches Guide by Yoni 21K
In-Depth FAQs Gym Leader/Elite Four/Rival Guide by Murk 115K
In-Depth FAQs Harvest Guide by Califer 125K
In-Depth FAQs Infinite TMs Guide by Mikaga 45K
In-Depth FAQs Itemfinder Guide by Pidgeotto 38K
In-Depth FAQs Items Guide by RAMS 26K
In-Depth FAQs Jirachi/Deoxys Guide by Pokemon Legend 42K
In-Depth FAQs Latias/Latios Guide by ZeRo1093 17K
In-Depth FAQs Legendary Catching Guide by NitemareDragon 63K
In-Depth FAQs Legendary Pokemon Guide by AstralFire 46K
In-Depth FAQs Level-Up Moves List by r_mage and PystGohan 273K
In-Depth FAQs Move List by Rena Chan 98K
In-Depth FAQs Moveset Guide by blueshirt32 398K
In-Depth FAQs Moveset/Team Building Guide by strawhat 374K
In-Depth FAQs New Moves Guide by RAMS 25K
In-Depth FAQs One-Pokemon Challenge Walkthrough by Blink18skull 57K
In-Depth FAQs Pokedex by strawhat 631K
In-Depth FAQs Pokedex by Shin Kaiser Dragon 167K
In-Depth FAQs Pokemon List by DBM11085 268K
In-Depth FAQs Pokemon Locations FAQ by moviebuff2287 35K
In-Depth FAQs Regi Pokemon FAQ by iloveraigan 42K
In-Depth FAQs Safari Zone FAQ by ElecMan 15K
In-Depth FAQs Series Pokemon Catching Guide by SpoonMan54321 202K
In-Depth FAQs Shop Guide by iloveraigan 23K
In-Depth FAQs Speed Reference Guide by Charlie_Supreme 124K
In-Depth FAQs Team Building FAQ by RishMister 41K
In-Depth FAQs TM/HM List by MicroProject 26K
In-Depth FAQs Tokusei (Characteristics) Guide by NuoTrainer 16K
In-Depth FAQs Trainer's Eyes Trainer Locations FAQ by squirtle90909 52K
In-Depth FAQs TV/Mixing Records Guide by strawhat 71K
Maps and Charts Abandoned Ship Map by StarFighters76 34K
Maps and Charts Braille Guide by CAHowell 12K
Maps and Charts Cave Of Origins Map by StarFighters76 25K
Maps and Charts Dewford Gym Map by kirbyroks 24K
Maps and Charts Fiery Path/New Mauville Map by StarFighters76 29K
Maps and Charts Fortree City Gym Map by StarFighters76 25K
Maps and Charts Granite Cave Map by StarFighters76 35K
Maps and Charts Lavaridge Gym Guide by RAMS 27K
Maps and Charts Mauville Gym Map by kirbyroks 43K
Maps and Charts Meteor Falls Map by StarFighters76 35K
Maps and Charts Mossdeep City Gym Map by StarFighters76 41K
Maps and Charts Mount Pyre Map by StarFighters76 44K
Maps and Charts Route 124 Maze Map by StarFighters76 53K
Maps and Charts Safari Zone Map by StarFighters76 30K
Maps and Charts Seafloor Cavern Map by StarFighters76 52K
Maps and Charts Shoal Cave Map by StarFighters76 53K
Maps and Charts Sootopolis Gym Map by Timborules 25K
Maps and Charts SS Tidal/Sky Pillar Map by StarFighters76 59K
Maps and Charts Team Aqua's Hideout (Sapphire) Map by StarFighters76 35K
Maps and Charts Trick House Map by StarFighters76 129K
Maps and Charts Type Chart by KeyBlade999 31K
Maps and Charts Victory Road Map by StarFighters76 42K
Maps and Charts World Map by Wraith10x 92K

Pokemon Emerald Version Cheats For Game Boy Advance

  1. Catching GSC Pokemon At The Safari Zone

    After you defeated the Elite Four, go to the Upgraded Safari Zone. In the Safari, you can catch some GSC Pokemon such as Houndour, Aipom, Stantler, Mareep, Miltank, and more GSC Pokemon. This Unlockable works only in Pokemon Emerald.

    Contributed by: daisytwisted 

  2. Getting Latias Or Latios

    After you defeat the Elite Four, go to your house and watch the television downstairs. After you watch it, your mom will ask you what color the Pokemon is. If you say Red, you will find Latias. If you say Blue, it will be Latios.

    Contributed by: daisytwisted 

  3. Shiny pokemon

    Every time you encounter a pokemon you have a 1/8192 chance of the pokemon being a different color, this is called a shiny pokemon

    Contributed by: Y2JosHBK386 

  4. Mystery Gift

    To unlock mystery gift, go to a pokemon mart and press A on the piece of paper on the counter. Then insert the words LINK TOGETHER WITH ALL. Press select to easily find the words. After this the store lady will talk to you and tell you that mystery gift is now unlocked.

    Contributed by: Linkums 

  5. Getting the other Lati

    To get the other Lati (Latios or Latias), Mix Records with a Pokemon Ruby/Sapphire game that used the Eon Ticket. You can then get to a hidden island via the SS Tidal where you can find the Lati you didn't choose.

    Contributed by: ozzirwerdna 

  6. Faster hatching eggs

    Simply put a pokemon with the ability Flame Body or Magma Armor on your team to cut the amount of steps needed to hatch an egg in half.

    Contributed by: masterwolfe13 

  7. Swarm's second ability

    The Pokemon ability Swarm has 2 effects. It raises Bug-type attacks by 150% when the user is weak, and, new to Emerald, it makes pokemon cry in the background more often. For example, in caves outside of battle, you will hear a Pokemon screech more often.

    Contributed by: baconlabs 

  8. Intimadate and Keen Eye's second ability

    If you put a Pokemon that has intimidate or Keen Eye 1st in your party the chances of wild Pokemon encounter is reduced by 10%.

    Contributed by: get out 

  9. Compound Eyes Second effect

    If you have a Pokemon with Compound eyes 1st in your Party it will drw Wild Pokemon that has held Items more often.

    Contributed by: get out 

  10. Hustle's Second Effect

    If you have a Pokemon with Hustle 1st in your Party it will draw Wild Pokemon that has a Higher Level than the Pokemon that has Hustle.

    Contributed by: get out 

  11. Cute Charm's Second Effect

    If you have a Pokemon with Cute Charm 1st in your Party it will more likely draw Wild Pokemon with the opposite gender of the Pokemon with Cute Charm.

    Contributed by: get out 

  12. Static's secondary effect

    If you have a pokemon with the Static ability in the front of your party, it increases the chance of finding a wild electric type pokemon. This is EXTREMELY useful for finding rare electric types, like Pikachu in the Safari Zone.

    Contributed by: IceMage20 

  13. Battle Steven, the former champion.

    After beating the Elite Four, a new part of Meteor Falls opens up. It is in the northwestern corner where you found Iron Tail. A new cave was made and you'll find Steven in it. His Pokemon are in the high 70's.

    Contributed by: WaterMario222 

  14. Magnet Pull's secondary effect

    If you have a pokemon with the Magnet Pull ability in front of your party, it increases the chances of finding wild steel-type Pokemon. This is very useful for finding rare steel types, such as Mawile.

    Contributed by: jimbo the monkey 

  15. Lightningrod's second ability

    If you have a poke'mon with lightningrod as an ability, you will get calls from registered trainers more often.

    Contributed by: RainyLeon 

  16. Synchronize's second ability

    If you have a poke'mon with synchronize as an ability, you will encounter more poke'mon with the same nature as the poke'mon with sychronize. Note that the poke'mon with this ability must be in the front of your party.

    Contributed by: RainyLeon 

  17. Suction cups/Sticky hold's second ability

    If a poke'mon in your party has suction cups/sticky hold as an ability, then you will have an easier time fishing for wild poke'mon.

    Contributed by: RainyLeon 

  18. Get the Mental Herb

    In one of the treehouses in Fortree City is a man with a Wingull. Talk to the Wingull, and it will fly off out of the treehouse. When you get to Mossdeep City, you will see a person with a Wingull. Talk to it and it will fly off as well. Then go back to Fortree City and into the treehouse where you talked to the first Wingull. Talk to the man next to the Wingull, and he will give you the Mental Herb, and item which is a hold item that prevents attraction on the Pokemon that is holding it.

    Contributed by: Mightyena14 

  19. Mirage Island

    Mirage Island is an invisble Island located on Route 130. Most of the time it will be invisible but on rare cases, the island will be visible. To find out if the island is there or not, go to Pacifidlog Town and talk to the old man in the bottom right house looking out the window. He will tell you wheter the island is there or not. The cause is unknown so a bit of luck is needed to find it. On the island you will find the rare Leichi Berry that powers up your Pokemon's attack in battle when it gets weak. In the grass, you will only find Wild Wynauts.

    Contributed by: Freedom202 

  20. Cut's Out of Battle effect

    Have a Pokemon use CUT to remove grass where wild Pokemon live. It will remove the chance of encountering wild Pokemon. The grass will regrow once you leave the area or enter a building.

    Contributed by: Freedom202 

  21. Inherit Pokemon Natures through breeding.

    To do this you need an Everstone. To get one, search in Granite Cave for a lone rock on top of a plateau. Once you get an Everstone, let the a Ditto or a female Pokemon that you are breeding hold on to it. Once you receive and hatch the eggs, the offspring will have a 50% chance of inheriting the Nature from the Pokemon holding the Everstone.

    Contributed by: DarkEspeon996 

  22. Pomeg Berry Glitch

    For this glitch to work properly, you must have a Pomeg Berry and a Pokemon who has not had their HP lowered as much as possible already through Pomeg Berries. (If the latter is the case, the use of HP Ups on the Pokemon will suffice.) Get the Pokemon to a severely low level of HP (1 or 2 HP). Once you do so, in the field, use the Pomeg Berry on the Pokemon. This will in turn cause the data in their HP to cycle back to the top of the counter, giving the affected Pokemon 65,535 HP - over 90 times the otherwise possible maximum in the game.

    Contributed by: KeyBlade999 

  23. Level Up Unhatched Pokemon

    To do this glitch, you must first execute the Pomeg Berry Glitch, which is done by using a Pomeg Berry on a Pokemon with 1 or 2 HP so that its HP loops to 65,535 (displayed as ?35 in-game). Do so, however, with only one Pokemon and an Egg in the party, with the Egg in the top-leftmost slot of the party in the Pokemon menu. After executing the glitch, you will now be able to enter battles and use the Pokemon Egg as if it were a normal Pokemon. It will function as a normal Pokemon - you can view the stats it will have upon hatching, it can level-up by beating Pokemon, it can learn new moves, it can even evolve. This means that you can alter the Pokemon inside the Egg in otherwise-illegitimate ways. For example. Pikachu cannot normally know Thunder when hatching from an Egg at Level 5; through this glitch, Pikachu can. Similarly, you can hatch Eggs with fully-evolved Pokemon such as Typhlosion, Meganium, and so on, inside.

    Contributed by: KeyBlade999 

  24. Altering Cave

    You can go to Altering Cave after you beat the Elite Four. It is located on Route 103.

    Unlockable Unlockable
    Beat the Elite Four Altering Cave

    Contributed by: ExarionUniverse19 

  25. Battle Frontier

    Once you beat the game, you can go to the Battle Frontier.

    Unlockable Unlockable
    Beat the Elite Four. Battle Frontier

    Contributed by: Tadisar_Tru89 

  26. Special unlockable Pokemon

    There are certain pokemon that can only be caught when you trigger certain events, like castform.

    Unlockable Unlockable
    See Steven's house after you beat the Elite four. Beldum
    Take out the rival team at the weather institute. Castform
    When you complete the 200 Pokemon of Hoenn. Professor Birch will call you on your Pokenav. Chikorita, Cyndaquil or Tododile
    Get the Aurara Ticket, and go to Birth Island. Deoxys
    Beat the Elite Four, and go to the land lair. Groudon
    Get the Mystic Ticket, and go to Navel Island. Ho-oh/Lugia
    Beat the Elite Four, and go to the sea lair. Kyogre
    After beating the elite four, watch the T.V. downstairs in your house. Latios or Latias
    Mix records with a Ruby or Sapphire with the Eon ticket, and go to Southern Island. Latios or Latias
    Once you beat the Elite Four, travel to the Battle Frontier and search every house until you find an NPC offering a Meowth for a Skitty. Meowth
    Get the Old Sea Chart, and go to Faraway Island. Mew
    Get Magma and Aqua to get Kyogre and Groudon out of the cave, and go to Sky Pillar. Rayquaza
    Help Proffesor Birch escape the wild pokemon. Treeko, Torchic, or Mudkip

    Contributed by: shutdown56, prince_exe, LordShellshock 

  27. Glass Items

    On Route 113, to the right of Fallobour Town, is house in which a man will make you items if you bring him ash. To collect ash, walk through the ash covered grass. Then bring it to the glass item maker.

    Unlockable Unlockable
    Walk 1,000steps in the ash. Black Flute
    Walk 250 steps in the ash. Blue Flute
    Walk 6,000 steps in the ash. Pretty Chair
    Walk 8,000 steps in the ash. Pretty Desk
    Walk 500 steps in the ash. Red Flute
    Walk 1,000 steps in the ash. White Flute
    Walk 500 steps in the ash. Yellow Flute

    Contributed by: Mightyena14 

  28. Trainer Card Color Upgrades

    As you accomplish more along your journey, your Trainer Card will change colors and rise in rank, depending on completing certain tasks. After completing one task, it will rise in one rank, but there are some tasks that cannot be completed until beating the Elite Four. You must do these tasks:

    -Become Pokemon league Champion
    -Complete the Hoenn Pokedex
    -Collect all the gold symbols in the Battle Frontier
    -Win one ribbon in all five of the Master Rank Pokemon Contests.

    Unlockable Unlockable
    Do one of the tasks mentioned above. Bronze Rank
    Do two of the tasks mentioned above. Copper Rank
    Do all four of the tasks mentioned above. Gold Rank
    Do three of the tasks mentioned above Silver Rank

    Contributed by: discoinferno84 

  29. Berry Master's Wife Passwords

    Tell the Berry Master's Wife certain phrases to receive the following berries. You can only tell her one of these each day.

    Unlockable Unlockable
    You will receive a Pamtre Berry. CHALLENGE CONTEST
    You will receive a Durin Berry. COOL LATIOS
    You will receive a Spelon Berry. GREAT BATTLE
    You will receive a Watmel Berry. OVERWHELMING LATIAS
    You will receive a Belue Berry. SUPER HUSTLE

    Contributed by: gpetzx 

  30. Prizes from Scott

    Talk to Scott in his house in the Battle Frontier, he'll give you certain decorations/berries depending on your accomplishments in the Battle Frontier.

    Unlockable Unlockable
    Win 100 Battles Gold Shield (Decoration)
    Obtain all Silver Frontier Symbols Lansat Berry
    Win 50 Battles Silver Shield (Decoration)
    Obtain all Gold Frontier Symbols Starf Berry

    Contributed by: XxThunderxX 

  31. Fishing rods

    To get the old rod, go to dewford town and talk to the fisherman near the gym. He will give you a old rod. To get good rod, talk to the fisherman on route 118, east of mauville city. You must need surf to reach him. Talk to him and you will get good rod.
    To get super rod, go to mossdeep city and go north of the space center and go into the house. The man inside will give you super rod.

    Unlockable Unlockable
    Talk to fisherman on route 118 Good Rod
    Talk to fisherman near dewford gym Old Rod
    In the house north of the space center Super Rod

    Contributed by: Marth9 

  32. National Pokedex

    Unlockable Unlockable
    Beat the Elite 4. Proffessor Birch will visit you and give it to you once you leave your house. National Pokedex

    Contributed by: khaos_reborn 

  33. The Diploma

    Unlockable Unlockable
    Capture all 386 pokemon in your pokedex. Then go to the hotel in Lilycove City and talk to the Game Designer. National Pokedex Diploma

    Contributed by: gold21 

  34. Training on Hills

    To unlock Trainer Hill, you must beat the Elite Four.

    Unlockable Unlockable
    Beat the elite four Trainer Hill

    Contributed by: kingofgames333 

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