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Default The Celestia Region

ITEMS
Items can be found around Celestia, while travelling and in PokeMarts.

“Visible” items are listed in the Items section of each location and can be obtained by any trainer once they enter that route, provided they meet the requirements of obtaining the item.

Hidden items are not listed and can only be found through random events, by exploring landmarks and different locations. Officials will post to let you know if find one of these items.

KEY ITEMS
Key items include the running shoes, bicycle, PokeGear, fishing rods, ship tickets and maps. They are generally obtained by exploring or by completing tasks. They cannot be traded.
Running Shoes - Decrease travel time on routes only by 25% (excludes water routes)
Bicycle - Decrease travel time on routes only by 50% (excludes water routes)
Old Rod - Used for luring Common Pokemon in water
Good Rod - Used for luring Common and Uncommon Pokemon in water
Super Rod - Used for luring All Pokemon in water
Explorer Kit - Used to dig for fossils in Eclipse Tunnel
S.S. Ticket - A one use item that allows you to travel from Satellite Pier to Aurora City.
Pokemon Print - Increases the chance of finding a particular Pokemon.
Egg Voucher - A one use item that can be exchanged for an egg in Zenith Town.
Evolution Pass - A one use item that can be used to evolve a Pokemon without having to pay or complete battles.

POKEBALLS
PokeBalls can be found in random events or purchased from PokeMarts. They are required for catching wild Pokemon. Each PokeBall has a slightly different success rate depending on which Pokemon you’re trying to catch. For example, Repeat Balls work best on Pokemon you already own, Lure Balls work best on Pokemon while fishing and Great Balls always work better than PokeBalls.
PokeBall - No extra effect
Great Ball - Works better than PokeBall
Ultra Ball - Works better than Great Ball
Master Ball - 100% catch rate
Premier Ball - No extra effect
Nest Ball - Works better on Pokemon that can evolve twice
Love Ball - Works better on Pokemon who are battled by a Pokemon in the same egg group
Quick Ball - Works better on Pokemon that are battled by a slower Pokemon
Timer Ball - Works better on Pokemon that are battled by a faster Pokemon
Heal Ball - Works better on Pokemon with base HP > 60
Level Ball - Works better on Common Pokemon
Lure Ball - Works better on Pokemon while fishing
Moon Ball - Works better on Pokemon which evolve using a Moon Stone
Repeat Ball - Works better on Pokemon you already own
Net Ball - Works better on Water and Bug Pokemon
Dive Ball - Works better on Pokemon found underwater
Net Ball - Works better on Pokemon in caves
Heavy Ball - Works better on heavyweight Pokemon
Fast Ball - Works better on Pokemon with base Speed > 80
Luxury Ball - Pokemon caught in this ball do not require an extra item to evolve via happiness
Friend Ball - Works better on Pokemon that evolve in a special way (trade, item, happiness etc.)
Dream Ball - Pokemon caught in this ball automatically learn their Dream World ability

EVOLUTION ITEMS
Evolution items can be found around the map or purchased from some PokeMarts. They are used to evolve certain Pokemon. Celestia has some extra evolution items.
Compass - Evolves Pokemon that evolve by levelling up in a certain place
Ice Rock - Evolves Eevee to Glaceon
Moss Rock - Evolves Eevee to Leafeon
Soothe Bell - Evolves Pokemon that evolve with happiness
Link Cable - Evolves Pokemon that evolve by trade

TMs
Some TMs can be purchased from PokeMarts and others can only be found by travelling. Once you own a TM, you can teach it to as many of your Pokemon as you wish. Some TMs can be used outside of battle.

TM70 Flash - Can be used to light up dark tunnels.
TM94 Rock Smash - Can be used to smash rocks.

HMs
HMs are found only be travelling and each requires a certain number of badges to use. You do NOT have to teach HMs to your Pokemon in your BW game (but you can if you want), instead each Pokemon in the Wi-Fi League has 2 “extra” HM slots which can be filled with HMs you find in the Celestia Region. Simply keep track of it in your stats. HMs in these slots may not be overwritten, you must find a Move Deleter if you wish to switch them. HMs will allow you to progress and uncover hidden locations. HM tutors are scattered around Celestia, they will give you a HM if you have the appropriate number of badges. The HMs of the Celestia Region are:

HM01 Cut - Can be used to move through thick forest.
HM02 Fly - Can be used to move to any town/city you’ve already been to. Can only be used once every 24 hours by the same Pokemon. It takes one hour to land at your destination when using Fly.
HM03 Surf - Can be used to move over water.
HM04 Strength - Can be used to move boulders.
HM05 Rock Climb - Can be used to climb steep, rocky areas.
HM06 Whirlpool - Can be used to navigate areas with whirlpools.
HM07 Waterfall - Can be used to climb waterfalls
HM08 Defog - Can be used to clear foggy areas.


SEASONAL CHANGES

The Celestia Region changes with the seasons. Some tracks become impassable in cold months, and some Pokemon appear only in Spring.

Spring (January, May, September)
*Voice of the Forest festival (Equinox City)
*Rare Pokemon found in the meadow in Equinox City
*Pokemon eggs found at Day Care Centers

Summer (February, June, October)
*Surfing competition (Eventide Beach)
*Egg swap event (Zenith Town)

Autumn (March, July, November)
*Harvest festival (Route 9)

Winter (April, August, December)
*Route 11 is impassable
*Fossil digging is not allowed at Eclipse Tunnel
*Ice Festival (Polaris City)

Last edited by Pokemon Trainer Sarah; 01-24-2013 at 12:26 AM.