Can't find em!

Discussion in 'Electronic Games' started by Kaitos, Sep 23, 2007.

  1. Kaitos

    Kaitos New Member

    Hiya,

    Probably stupid, but where can I find Super Rod and the Mansion with eevees? I got the last badge, and still haven't found both of em. =_=

    thank you,
    cya!
     
  2. charmander rox

    charmander rox New Member

    The Manison is south of Hearthome and west of Pastoria. The Super Rod is... is... I don't know.
     
  3. EricDent

    EricDent New Member

    IIRC the Super Rod is held by a fisherman near the Battle Area on the island with Stark Mountain is at.
    If you go directly south of Hearthome, you can't miss the Mansion. It is on the left.
     
  4. EeveeLover929

    EeveeLover929 New Member

    What they said. But in order to get the Eevees or the Super Rod, you must first aquire the National Dex. Having the Gym Badges won't cut it. Beat the E4 (pretty easy actually) and then spot all 150 of the Sinnoh Dex.
     
  5. EricDent

    EricDent New Member

    You also get an Evee egg from Bebe IIRC. Or if you have the earlier GBA games you can transfer your pokemon over (6 a day) at the Pal Park (at the end of Rt. 221). Of course you have to have the National Dex to do this. You get that after you have "seen" all of the Pokemon in the Shinoh area.

    For more help I suggest you check out Gamefaqs.com, or maybe a strategy guide.

    You can still visit the Mansion, it just won't have the really rare Pokemon (like Evee, Porygon, Igglybuff).

    BTW is there an easier way to find those Pokemon in the "trophy garden" cause I never have even seen one (except Evee which I have allready).

    I have tried the Pokeradar, and just walking around.

    BTW if you have the National Dex you can also trade other players via WFC (online). If you want all the Evee evolutions, I have them.
    Of course I would want something in return. You need the Pal Pad key item) in order to do so, as well as a "Friend Code" which is found in your Pal Pad. Then you register other players "friend codes" in your Pal Pad in order to trade/battle them. You can do the WFC thing in the "basement" of any Pokemon Center.
     
    Last edited: Sep 23, 2007
  6. EeveeLover929

    EeveeLover929 New Member

    I can answer your question about the Trophy Garden. They aren't automatically there. You have to go to the owner of the mansion in his office and then talk to him. He'll mention a pokemon that came up to him and kissed him on the cheek, the buitler will mention that pokemon isn't there, and tehn he'll wisper to the butler. The butler leaves, and then you lwave the office, go back in, the butler's there, and the pokemon suspiciously appears in the garden in small numbers. They'll be there for two days at a time. You can only do it once per day though.
     
  7. EricDent

    EricDent New Member

    I tried that, but nothing showed up. Oh well I guess I could just trade for Porygon (and it's evolutions) and a Jigglypuff (to breed to make Igllybuff).

    Hopefully we answered the main posters questions.
     
  8. Quatra

    Quatra New Member

    Rather than go through all the hassle in the D/P game to obtain the older Pokemon. I've been migrating them over. I have the first 362 of the National Dex complete.
     
  9. EricDent

    EricDent New Member

    Nice! I just mostly need the event Pokemon & item/trade pokemon. I need 52 "seen" Pokemon (not including the 3 "mystery" Pokemon the US has not found yet.) and 98 "caught" Pokemon if I want to complete that version of the National Pokedex.
     
  10. charmander rox

    charmander rox New Member

    ...mental.
     
  11. Kaitos

    Kaitos New Member

    Hiya,

    Alright...Found em all. ;)
    Feebas hunting time!

    cya~!
     
  12. Quatra

    Quatra New Member

    I could breed my Milotic and trade you the Feebas if you'd like.
     
  13. Kaitos

    Kaitos New Member

    Hiya,

    Thanks, but no thanks. I'm having a hard time finding hotspots at my place. ;(
    One more thing, where's the move deleter and the move rememberer guy?

    thanks, ;D
    cya!
     
  14. charmander rox

    charmander rox New Member

    Move Deleter is at the Byron City. Move Rememberer is at... I don't know. I might have gotten them mixed up.
     
  15. EeveeLover929

    EeveeLover929 New Member

    I'm guessing you play the Japanese games, but in the English games, Move Deleter is in Canalave City, Move Tutor (not rememberer) is in... ah crud I can't remember the name, but it's the city with the swamp and the Water Gym Leader.
     
  16. MegaVelocibot

    MegaVelocibot <a href="http://pokegym.net/gallery/browseimages.p

    HEY. Porygon ARE cute. D:<
     
  17. EeveeLover929

    EeveeLover929 New Member

    Yes, but they're also computer programs, and therefore, it is not only doubtful that he would even believe that there were Porygon in his garden, but it's also doubtful that one would kiss him. Not to mention, Porygon don't have lips to kiss with.
     
  18. MegaVelocibot

    MegaVelocibot <a href="http://pokegym.net/gallery/browseimages.p

    Look, he could have slightly misphrased it. Maybe he considers polygons being rammed into his cheek a kiss. It works for a good deal of guys on the internet, why not eccentric millionaires?

    Pastoria.
     
  19. charmander rox

    charmander rox New Member

    No, I don't. If I had a Japanese game, I'd still be at Jubilife City. Its just that I temporarily forgot what the city was called.

    Back to back posts merged. The following information has been added:

    Methinks that all of the little Porygons did a large breakout from the factory at Veilstone, and decided to live at Trophy Garden for a few days before they leave on a ferry to the Orange Islands, where they all get recaptured by another factory. :smile:
     
    Last edited: Sep 24, 2007
  20. EeveeLover929

    EeveeLover929 New Member

    Why the Orange Islands?
     

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