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Pokemon Glazed features a wide array of Legendary Pokemon from Generation 1 through 5. Here I’ll detail how to get every single one of them, listed by the Generation they belong to. Only three of these can be obtained without being engaged into battle: Mew will simply join you, Victini is a prize and Darkrai will hatch from an egg. You need an empty slot for Mew to join you, but you don’t need it for Victini or Darkrai (they will be sent to the PC instead).

NOTE: Legendary Pokemon are incredibly hard to catch. At most, you can have a 5% chance of catching them in every Pokeball throw. Only Celebi, Shaymin, Reshiram, Zekrom, Dialga and Palkia have substantially higher chances of being caught, surpassing 50% under very special circumstances. For those of you who don’t want to keep throwing Pokeballs, the game offers the chance to buy extra Masterballs at Trainer Isle, on Tower 2. To go there, just go to the bottom left corner of Stormy City and talk to the sailor inside the building. Once you go further in the game, there’s a Masterball Shop in Alpha Isle, in the Rankor region. Either way, they are hard to obtain, and getting enough Masterballs for all the Legendaries in this game can take years.

Before starting with business, there are two subquests you must clear to have access to some of the Legendaries.

Subquest: Ruins of Alph

This subquest involves the requirements to catch the Weather Trio: Groudon, Kyogre and Rayquaza. This quest takes place in the Ruins of Alph, south of Violet City. To access it, however, you must go through U nion Cave. This cave can be accessed east of Azalea Town, or going south from Violet City into Route 32. My suggestion is Azalea Town. You will need Surf and Strength. Head left, up the steps and down the ladder. Once down, surf north, then continue walking north and take the south path (where going to the right means jumping back to the surf point). Move the rock with Strength and exit the cave. Here you will see the access to the Ruins of Alph, which looks different than the other, more accessible three. Inside, there are 3 blurred inscriptions. Starting from the center one, walk counterclockwise stepping in all exterior tiles, and after a full lap, a door will open. Enter and step into the switch. Now, you can catch the Weather Trio. They are at Embedded Tower, in Route 47. When entering Cliff Edge Cave, go down the ladder(s) and then surf west until you see some climbable rocks, which lead to Embedded Tower.

Subquest: Penthouse

Once beating Team Fusion in Ruins of Alph, one of the drudges will leave behind a Penthouse Key. Use it in Fusion Resort, in Serenity Isle, to access the top floor via elevator, where you can obtain three orbs needed for the Creation Trio: Dialga, Palkia and Giratina. Of course, it’s not as simple as that, you will have to face some trainers to reach the orbs.

Generation I

Articuno: To battle it, you must first obtain the Ice Plume (see Generation V). Once you have it, revisit the place where Pius startled it: Mt Frozon, Kolo Isle, Rankor Region. Be careful, its level 80.

Zapdos: After obtaining the Thunderplume (see Generation V), go back to the point where you encountered it the first time: Mt Dyno, Nitro Isle, Rankor Region. Again, level 80.

Moltres: Obtain the Fire Plume first (see Generation V). Once you have it, go back to the point where Regina captured it: Mt Tritorch, Olcan Isle, Rankor Region. Once again, level 80.

Mewtwo: After getting the 7th Johto Badge, a Dragonite will appear to you in Route 44, before reaching the 8th gym. It will give you a message saying you need to go to New Island as soon as possible. Head to Olivine City and into the dock. Go south and Dive in the water. Resurface, go upstairs, grab the Blank CD on the left, and face Mewtwo. At first, it will act as a Trainer, using the same team as you, but with a moveset of its own. Defeat the cloned team and Mewtwo, at level 50, will face you directly.

Mew: After defeating the Tunod E4, return to the Fusion Labs, where you battled it before. Mew will be guilty for the destruction it brought, and willing to join you. It will be level 50.

Generation II

Suicune/Raikou/Entei: After Regina catches Ho-oh, go to Brass Tower, in Ecruteak City. At the top, Eusine wonders about something, and then leaves. After this, go to Bell Tower, in the same city. Unfortunately, you will have to do a little trick to catch these three. At the top of Bell Tower, use Dig. This will create a glitch in which you can walk through the walls. At the lower left corner, all three are waiting at level 50.

Lugia: After being released from Pius, it returns back to its resting place, the Whirl Islands. However, the Whirl Islands don’t exist anymore, since they sank in the ocean. A sailor in Route 40, near Olivine City, will accompany you to a place where he thinks Lugia dived. You will need to have Surf and Dive for this. Once taken there, you will also dive. Once in the sea floor, go right, then up through the passage, and then south. Take the left path and you will find a cave, where Lugia awaits. It will battle you at level 75.

Ho-oh: After being freed from Regina’s control, it will return to the top of the Brass Tower, in Ecruteak City. Go meet it there, and it will battle at level 75.

Celebi: After beating the Johto E4, the Ilex Forest will be green and leafy again. Go to the shrine where you met Celebi when the forest was burning. It will battle you at level 50.

Generation III

Regirock/Regice/Registeel: You will need Surf and Waterfall. Enter Mt. Stratus from Geminite Village. At the pool to your right, surf to the ladder. Once down, surf again, go up the waterfall and to the next ladder. The item on the right is a Nugget, just if you wonder. Once up, take either path until you get to see some steps that lead to nowhere. There’s a cave to the right, another to the left and one more beyond said steps. Entering the caves in that order, you face Registeel, Regirock and Regice, all at level 40.

Latios/Latias: East of Violet City, in Route 36, there’s the Legendary Pokemon Research Lab. It’s leader, Lars, will give you hints on where to locate them. Note that, unlike in Emerald, they don’t appear in the tall grass, instead they appear like every other Legendary, standing on a single point somewhere in the map. They both are at level 50. Also, Lars will only give reports of the location of one of them each day, so say goodbye to your dream of catching all Legendaries in a single run (you can’t be crazy enough as to roam the full map, am I right?).

Kyogre: After completing the Ruins of Alph Subquest, go to Slowpoke’s Well, in Azalea Town. After entering, follow the path until you eventually have to surf to get to a ladder. Once down, head to your left. Up the steps there’s a tablet. Interact with it, and you will fall down. Get the Sapphire, and go to Embedded Tower. Take the ladder down to the basement, and after descending for a while, you will get to a cave. Inside it, Kyogre awaits at level 50.

Groudon: In 3rd position for the hardest Pokemon to obtain stands Groudon. You must clear both the Ruins of Alph Subquest and Lance’s Subquest (see Heatran). Once done, go back to Mt. Silver and face Red again. The difficulty is that Red uses a full team of level 100 Pokemon. Beating him nets you a Ruby. Now, all that is left is go to Embedded Tower and enter the cave. Groudon will be waiting to be battled at level 50.

Rayquaza: After completing the Ruins of Alph Subquest, go to Dragon’s Den, beyond the Gym in Blackthorn City. Go down the ladder, surf straight into land and interact with the tablet. You will get transported to who knows where, just get the Emerald and go to Embedded Tower. This time, take the ladder up. After a while ascending, you’ll see an exit. Go through it, and Rayquaza can be battled at level 50.

Jirachi: At Fusion Resort, the girl on the leftmost room in floor 1 will make you run some errands. The first is to get her food, which can be done in the entrance to the Resort. Then, she will ask you to bring her some goodies from the Mart and deliver them to her friend at the first room in floor 4. Her friend will send you back to the Mart for another errand. Then, the girl will ask a last errand, which is her bathing suit, it is in floor 4, in the carpet. It’s not visible, so check all tiles, starting from the left, and you will eventually find it. Once delivered, you get the Wish Ticket. Talk to the sailor at the right of the Oceanview City harbor and he will take you to Wish Island. Jirachi is waiting, and it will be level 15.

Deoxys: In 2nd position for the hardest Pokemon to obtain stands Deoxys. First, go to Peaks of Alpha. On the exterior path, you may have come across what seems to be an ancient keyboard. Type the following sentence: NOT ALONE… With this, the path to Deoxys is now accessible. Return to the entrance of Peaks of Alpha, and take the path on the right, inside the cave. You will eventually exit (Rock Climb and Surf needed, Fly as well if you were to become stuck somewhere, this place is heavily glitched). I would like to be able to continue explaining, but the path is very complicated from here on. I’ve done the path multiple times, but I can’t still avoid making mistakes. Pack up a lot of Repels (wild Pokemon can get up to level 70 here), and try to go through all the ladders and pitfalls you come across. The only thing I can tell you for sure is that the final path is in an isle with three entrances, the middle of which leads up to Deoxys’ place after yet another set of ladders and pitfalls. Anyway, if you manage to get to it, it’s at level 60. It comes up with astoundingly high stats for Attack, Speed and Special Attack, but very low Defense and Special Defense, and also with three attacks over 100 base damage. We could say it’s worth the try.

Generation IV

Uxie/Azelf/Mesprit: At the place where the battle between Pius and Regina unfolded, there’s a white stone. Three words are engraved in it: Acumen, Virtute and Veritatem. They each transport you to the location of one of the Pixies: Uxie, Azelf and Mesprit, respectively. The Trio can be battled at level 75.

Dialga: Obtain the Adamant Orb at the top floor of Fusion Resort. Then, travel to Chocco Town and surf across the Temporal Sea. Eventually, the Orb will respond, opening a cave where a level 50 Dialga awaits.

Palkia: Obtain the Lustrous Orb at the top floor of Fusion Resort. Then travel to Palmtree Resort and surf towards Darkwood Town. Not long after, the Orb will respond, opening a cave where a level 50 Palkia awaits.

Heatran: You need to complete what can be labelled as Lance’s Subquest. Lance is in Johto’s Victory Road. Follow all the ladders until you get outside to meet Lance (need Surf, Dive and Rock Climb). He asks you to meet at the Goldenrod Train Station. There, you get into a mine cart and enter Mt. Silver. Follow Lance inside the cave (Rock Climb needed) and explore it until you reach a dark cave with a single, linear path. At the end, Lance and Red, whom you came to find, are there. And Heatran in the lava. It’s not happy, and attacks both Red and Lance before battling you at level 75.

Giratina: Obtain the Griseous Orb at the top floor of Fusion Resort. Then, go south of Serenity Isle and into Forlorn Cape, where you will be able to surf. Head north until the rocks allow you to go west, and stay by the northern line of rocks. At the first island, the Orb will respond, opening a cave where a level 50 Giratina awaits.

Regigigas: After encountering (battling, fleeing or catching) the other Regis, take the steps that lead to nowhere. A cave will open, and someone will say “Enter”. Inside, none other than Regigigas, at level 50.

Cresselia: First, you need to wake up the man sleeping outside of Violet City. To that end, use Roar. He will then battle you, with a level 50 Fearow. Once beaten, he gives you the Lunar Wing. Go back to Tunod, to Azure Town, and talk to the man running the Azure Inn. He will give you a room in exchange for the Lunar Wing. Once in the room, sleep on the bed and you will be transported to Cresselia’s dimension, where it can be battled. It will be level 50.

Manaphy: Follow the same path explained in Palkia. However, go beyond that point and you will see Manaphy in the water. It will dive, so follow it. Climb the rocks, and you can battle it at level 50. It will have Mr Mime’s sprites while on your team or PC, but strangely enough, not its cry.

Darkrai: You need to clear the Cresselia event first. Once done, go to Palmtree Resort and enter the VIP Villa. Blake will be inside, and his Darkrai will take you to its dimension. There, after a monologue, it will give you an egg. No need to say what will hatch from it, right?

Shaymin: Get to Espo Forest, west of Southerly City (you will need Surf). Enter the forest, go south, and take the left path at the intersection. Follow this path until you get to see a shrine. Etch the following sentence in the wood: THANK YOU… The path ahead will be cleared off. Upon entering, Shaymin flees, so go after it. Be careful in this maze, as Shaymin will do the exact opposite move you do. Manage to find it, and you can battle it at level 30.

Arceus: The hardest one to obtain. Only one requisite: encounter (battle, catch or flee) every Legendary. Latios and Latias aren’t needed, since their location is random. Suicune, Raikou and Entei aren’t necessary either, as they were programmed to also appear randomly, even though they don’t. Arceus is, contrary to what should have been, in Mt Stratus. You will need Surf, Rock Climb, Rock Smash and Strength. Enter it from Geminite Village, and follow the same path as when you rescued the miner. When reaching the TNT, Surf east onto the ladder, walk south and climb the rocks. Take the steps down and go up the ladder immediately after. Walk south, surf east, go up the steps, clear the Strength maze, climb down the rocks and enter the chamber. Walk north. Rock Climb once more and enter the chamber. Go up the steps and exit. Outside, go north, and if the requirements are met, a stairway will appear. At the peak, Arceus, and behold, it’s level 100! 360 HP, 372 Speed… The rest aren’t that amazing, and since this game hasn’t Judgment, Arceus it’s not that great.

Generation V

Victini: Surf is required here, as well as a good team of Pokemon. Go to Seaspray Town and head left, to a very tiny beach. Surf to the left and go down until you find an island with a house on it. Inside is a guy named Soheal, who will battle you using a powerful team of 6 level 50 Pokemon. If you manage to win, he will give you a level 20 Victini as a gift.

Cobalion/Terrakion/Virizion: After showing themselves in Peaks of Alpha, go to Darkwood Town and enter Darkwood Grotto. Go right, smash the rock blocking the path and enter the chamber of the Legendary Swords. Virizion will try to take you out first, then Terrakion steps in and finally Cobalion confronts you. All three are at level 75.

Reshiram: After beating the Tunod E4, revisit Mt Furnace. It is a small cave before entering the badge check. You will need Rock Climb to access it, and also to move inside. The path is very simple to follow, with no enemies, except some wild Pokemon. The path ends up in a cave, where Reshiram, at level 50, awaits. After dealing with it, you will see it left behind an object. It’s a Fire Plume. Remember what you need it for?

Zekrom: After beating the Tunod E4, revisit the Power Plant in Oceanview City. You can now go beyond the point where you found the scarfed Pikachu. That point is the roof. Check the “floor” to see the passage to the other side (it is a lighter tile) and face Zekrom. As before, it will be level 50 and will leave something behind. This time is a Thunderplume.

Kyurem: After beating the Tunod E4, revisit Icicle Tunnel. The easiest path is north of Cape Azure. Right after entering, you will find a rocky slope (Rock Climb needed). Go up and enter the cave. Kyurem will be waiting. Once again, level 50 and something is left behind. Yep, it’s the Ice Plume.

Keldeo: Go to the Fighters Fountain, in Darkwood Town. When it says to make a wish, enter JUSTICE!. A cave will open in between the fountains, which leads to a level 40 Keldeo.

Black Kyurem/White Kyurem: Go east of Ecruteak City. Surf over the water and enter Mt Mortar. Go up the steps and down the ladder. Go north and up the following ladder. Then, surf across the water and use Rock Climb twice to enter Blackwhite Ruins. Here, you will have two caves: one white and one black. Whichever you enter will have a rock inside. A “trading” will occur and Kyurem will change its shape depending on the colour of the cave. To revert Kyurem to its base form, just redo the process IN THE SAME CAVE YOU TRANSFORMED IT. Inserting Black Kyurem on the white cave or vice versa won’t work.

Pokemon Glazed features a wide array of Legendary Pokemon from Generation 1 through 5. Here I’ll detail how to get every single one of them, listed by the Generation they belong to. Only three of these can be obtained without being engaged into battle: Mew will simply join you, Victini is a prize and Darkrai will hatch from an egg. You need an empty slot for Mew to join you, but you don’t need it for Victini or Darkrai (they will be sent to the PC instead).

NOTE: Legendary Pokemon are incredibly hard to catch. At most, you can have a 5% chance of catching them in every Pokeball throw. Only Celebi, Shaymin, Reshiram, Zekrom, Dialga and Palkia have substantially higher chances of being caught, surpassing 50% under very special circumstances. For those of you who don’t want to keep throwing Pokeballs, the game offers the chance to buy extra Masterballs at Trainer Isle, on Tower 2. To go there, just go to the bottom left corner of Stormy City and talk to the sailor inside the building. Once you go further in the game, there’s a Masterball Shop in Alpha Isle, in the Rankor region. Either way, they are hard to obtain, and getting enough Masterballs for all the Legendaries in this game can take years.

Before starting with business, there are two subquests you must clear to have access to some of the Legendaries.

Subquest: Ruins of Alph

This subquest involves the requirements to catch the Weather Trio: Groudon, Kyogre and Rayquaza. This quest takes place in the Ruins of Alph, south of Violet City. To access it, however, you must go through U nion Cave. This cave can be accessed east of Azalea Town, or going south from Violet City into Route 32. My suggestion is Azalea Town. You will need Surf and Strength. Head left, up the steps and down the ladder. Once down, surf north, then continue walking north and take the south path (where going to the right means jumping back to the surf point). Move the rock with Strength and exit the cave. Here you will see the access to the Ruins of Alph, which looks different than the other, more accessible three. Inside, there are 3 blurred inscriptions. Starting from the center one, walk counterclockwise stepping in all exterior tiles, and after a full lap, a door will open. Enter and step into the switch. Now, you can catch the Weather Trio. They are at Embedded Tower, in Route 47. When entering Cliff Edge Cave, go down the ladder(s) and then surf west until you see some climbable rocks, which lead to Embedded Tower.

Subquest: Penthouse

Once beating Team Fusion in Ruins of Alph, one of the drudges will leave behind a Penthouse Key. Use it in Fusion Resort, in Serenity Isle, to access the top floor via elevator, where you can obtain three orbs needed for the Creation Trio: Dialga, Palkia and Giratina. Of course, it’s not as simple as that, you will have to face some trainers to reach the orbs.

Generation I

Articuno: To battle it, you must first obtain the Ice Plume (see Generation V). Once you have it, revisit the place where Pius startled it: Mt Frozon, Kolo Isle, Rankor Region. Be careful, its level 80.

Zapdos: After obtaining the Thunderplume (see Generation V), go back to the point where you encountered it the first time: Mt Dyno, Nitro Isle, Rankor Region. Again, level 80.

Moltres: Obtain the Fire Plume first (see Generation V). Once you have it, go back to the point where Regina captured it: Mt Tritorch, Olcan Isle, Rankor Region. Once again, level 80.

Mewtwo: After getting the 7th Johto Badge, a Dragonite will appear to you in Route 44, before reaching the 8th gym. It will give you a message saying you need to go to New Island as soon as possible. Head to Olivine City and into the dock. Go south and Dive in the water. Resurface, go upstairs, grab the Blank CD on the left, and face Mewtwo. At first, it will act as a Trainer, using the same team as you, but with a moveset of its own. Defeat the cloned team and Mewtwo, at level 50, will face you directly.

Mew: After defeating the Tunod E4, return to the Fusion Labs, where you battled it before. Mew will be guilty for the destruction it brought, and willing to join you. It will be level 50.

Generation II

Suicune/Raikou/Entei: After Regina catches Ho-oh, go to Brass Tower, in Ecruteak City. At the top, Eusine wonders about something, and then leaves. After this, go to Bell Tower, in the same city. Unfortunately, you will have to do a little trick to catch these three. At the top of Bell Tower, use Dig. This will create a glitch in which you can walk through the walls. At the lower left corner, all three are waiting at level 50.

Lugia: After being released from Pius, it returns back to its resting place, the Whirl Islands. However, the Whirl Islands don’t exist anymore, since they sank in the ocean. A sailor in Route 40, near Olivine City, will accompany you to a place where he thinks Lugia dived. You will need to have Surf and Dive for this. Once taken there, you will also dive. Once in the sea floor, go right, then up through the passage, and then south. Take the left path and you will find a cave, where Lugia awaits. It will battle you at level 75.

Ho-oh: After being freed from Regina’s control, it will return to the top of the Brass Tower, in Ecruteak City. Go meet it there, and it will battle at level 75.

Celebi: After beating the Johto E4, the Ilex Forest will be green and leafy again. Go to the shrine where you met Celebi when the forest was burning. It will battle you at level 50.

Generation III

Regirock/Regice/Registeel: You will need Surf and Waterfall. Enter Mt. Stratus from Geminite Village. At the pool to your right, surf to the ladder. Once down, surf again, go up the waterfall and to the next ladder. The item on the right is a Nugget, just if you wonder. Once up, take either path until you get to see some steps that lead to nowhere. There’s a cave to the right, another to the left and one more beyond said steps. Entering the caves in that order, you face Registeel, Regirock and Regice, all at level 40.

Latios/Latias: East of Violet City, in Route 36, there’s the Legendary Pokemon Research Lab. It’s leader, Lars, will give you hints on where to locate them. Note that, unlike in Emerald, they don’t appear in the tall grass, instead they appear like every other Legendary, standing on a single point somewhere in the map. They both are at level 50. Also, Lars will only give reports of the location of one of them each day, so say goodbye to your dream of catching all Legendaries in a single run (you can’t be crazy enough as to roam the full map, am I right?).

Kyogre: After completing the Ruins of Alph Subquest, go to Slowpoke’s Well, in Azalea Town. After entering, follow the path until you eventually have to surf to get to a ladder. Once down, head to your left. Up the steps there’s a tablet. Interact with it, and you will fall down. Get the Sapphire, and go to Embedded Tower. Take the ladder down to the basement, and after descending for a while, you will get to a cave. Inside it, Kyogre awaits at level 50.

Groudon: In 3rd position for the hardest Pokemon to obtain stands Groudon. You must clear both the Ruins of Alph Subquest and Lance’s Subquest (see Heatran). Once done, go back to Mt. Silver and face Red again. The difficulty is that Red uses a full team of level 100 Pokemon. Beating him nets you a Ruby. Now, all that is left is go to Embedded Tower and enter the cave. Groudon will be waiting to be battled at level 50.

Rayquaza: After completing the Ruins of Alph Subquest, go to Dragon’s Den, beyond the Gym in Blackthorn City. Go down the ladder, surf straight into land and interact with the tablet. You will get transported to who knows where, just get the Emerald and go to Embedded Tower. This time, take the ladder up. After a while ascending, you’ll see an exit. Go through it, and Rayquaza can be battled at level 50.

Jirachi: At Fusion Resort, the girl on the leftmost room in floor 1 will make you run some errands. The first is to get her food, which can be done in the entrance to the Resort. Then, she will ask you to bring her some goodies from the Mart and deliver them to her friend at the first room in floor 4. Her friend will send you back to the Mart for another errand. Then, the girl will ask a last errand, which is her bathing suit, it is in floor 4, in the carpet. It’s not visible, so check all tiles, starting from the left, and you will eventually find it. Once delivered, you get the Wish Ticket. Talk to the sailor at the right of the Oceanview City harbor and he will take you to Wish Island. Jirachi is waiting, and it will be level 15.

Deoxys: In 2nd position for the hardest Pokemon to obtain stands Deoxys. First, go to Peaks of Alpha. On the exterior path, you may have come across what seems to be an ancient keyboard. Type the following sentence: NOT ALONE… With this, the path to Deoxys is now accessible. Return to the entrance of Peaks of Alpha, and take the path on the right, inside the cave. You will eventually exit (Rock Climb and Surf needed, Fly as well if you were to become stuck somewhere, this place is heavily glitched). I would like to be able to continue explaining, but the path is very complicated from here on. I’ve done the path multiple times, but I can’t still avoid making mistakes. Pack up a lot of Repels (wild Pokemon can get up to level 70 here), and try to go through all the ladders and pitfalls you come across. The only thing I can tell you for sure is that the final path is in an isle with three entrances, the middle of which leads up to Deoxys’ place after yet another set of ladders and pitfalls. Anyway, if you manage to get to it, it’s at level 60. It comes up with astoundingly high stats for Attack, Speed and Special Attack, but very low Defense and Special Defense, and also with three attacks over 100 base damage. We could say it’s worth the try.

Generation IV

Uxie/Azelf/Mesprit: At the place where the battle between Pius and Regina unfolded, there’s a white stone. Three words are engraved in it: Acumen, Virtute and Veritatem. They each transport you to the location of one of the Pixies: Uxie, Azelf and Mesprit, respectively. The Trio can be battled at level 75.

Dialga: Obtain the Adamant Orb at the top floor of Fusion Resort. Then, travel to Chocco Town and surf across the Temporal Sea. Eventually, the Orb will respond, opening a cave where a level 50 Dialga awaits.

Palkia: Obtain the Lustrous Orb at the top floor of Fusion Resort. Then travel to Palmtree Resort and surf towards Darkwood Town. Not long after, the Orb will respond, opening a cave where a level 50 Palkia awaits.

Heatran: You need to complete what can be labelled as Lance’s Subquest. Lance is in Johto’s Victory Road. Follow all the ladders until you get outside to meet Lance (need Surf, Dive and Rock Climb). He asks you to meet at the Goldenrod Train Station. There, you get into a mine cart and enter Mt. Silver. Follow Lance inside the cave (Rock Climb needed) and explore it until you reach a dark cave with a single, linear path. At the end, Lance and Red, whom you came to find, are there. And Heatran in the lava. It’s not happy, and attacks both Red and Lance before battling you at level 75.

Giratina: Obtain the Griseous Orb at the top floor of Fusion Resort. Then, go south of Serenity Isle and into Forlorn Cape, where you will be able to surf. Head north until the rocks allow you to go west, and stay by the northern line of rocks. At the first island, the Orb will respond, opening a cave where a level 50 Giratina awaits.

Regigigas: After encountering (battling, fleeing or catching) the other Regis, take the steps that lead to nowhere. A cave will open, and someone will say “Enter”. Inside, none other than Regigigas, at level 50.

Cresselia: First, you need to wake up the man sleeping outside of Violet City. To that end, use Roar. He will then battle you, with a level 50 Fearow. Once beaten, he gives you the Lunar Wing. Go back to Tunod, to Azure Town, and talk to the man running the Azure Inn. He will give you a room in exchange for the Lunar Wing. Once in the room, sleep on the bed and you will be transported to Cresselia’s dimension, where it can be battled. It will be level 50.

Manaphy: Follow the same path explained in Palkia. However, go beyond that point and you will see Manaphy in the water. It will dive, so follow it. Climb the rocks, and you can battle it at level 50. It will have Mr Mime’s sprites while on your team or PC, but strangely enough, not its cry.

Darkrai: You need to clear the Cresselia event first. Once done, go to Palmtree Resort and enter the VIP Villa. Blake will be inside, and his Darkrai will take you to its dimension. There, after a monologue, it will give you an egg. No need to say what will hatch from it, right?

Shaymin: Get to Espo Forest, west of Southerly City (you will need Surf). Enter the forest, go south, and take the left path at the intersection. Follow this path until you get to see a shrine. Etch the following sentence in the wood: THANK YOU… The path ahead will be cleared off. Upon entering, Shaymin flees, so go after it. Be careful in this maze, as Shaymin will do the exact opposite move you do. Manage to find it, and you can battle it at level 30.

Arceus: The hardest one to obtain. Only one requisite: encounter (battle, catch or flee) every Legendary. Latios and Latias aren’t needed, since their location is random. Suicune, Raikou and Entei aren’t necessary either, as they were programmed to also appear randomly, even though they don’t. Arceus is, contrary to what should have been, in Mt Stratus. You will need Surf, Rock Climb, Rock Smash and Strength. Enter it from Geminite Village, and follow the same path as when you rescued the miner. When reaching the TNT, Surf east onto the ladder, walk south and climb the rocks. Take the steps down and go up the ladder immediately after. Walk south, surf east, go up the steps, clear the Strength maze, climb down the rocks and enter the chamber. Walk north. Rock Climb once more and enter the chamber. Go up the steps and exit. Outside, go north, and if the requirements are met, a stairway will appear. At the peak, Arceus, and behold, it’s level 100! 360 HP, 372 Speed… The rest aren’t that amazing, and since this game hasn’t Judgment, Arceus it’s not that great.

Generation V

Victini: Surf is required here, as well as a good team of Pokemon. Go to Seaspray Town and head left, to a very tiny beach. Surf to the left and go down until you find an island with a house on it. Inside is a guy named Soheal, who will battle you using a powerful team of 6 level 50 Pokemon. If you manage to win, he will give you a level 20 Victini as a gift.

Cobalion/Terrakion/Virizion: After showing themselves in Peaks of Alpha, go to Darkwood Town and enter Darkwood Grotto. Go right, smash the rock blocking the path and enter the chamber of the Legendary Swords. Virizion will try to take you out first, then Terrakion steps in and finally Cobalion confronts you. All three are at level 75.

Reshiram: After beating the Tunod E4, revisit Mt Furnace. It is a small cave before entering the badge check. You will need Rock Climb to access it, and also to move inside. The path is very simple to follow, with no enemies, except some wild Pokemon. The path ends up in a cave, where Reshiram, at level 50, awaits. After dealing with it, you will see it left behind an object. It’s a Fire Plume. Remember what you need it for?

Zekrom: After beating the Tunod E4, revisit the Power Plant in Oceanview City. You can now go beyond the point where you found the scarfed Pikachu. That point is the roof. Check the “floor” to see the passage to the other side (it is a lighter tile) and face Zekrom. As before, it will be level 50 and will leave something behind. This time is a Thunderplume.

Kyurem: After beating the Tunod E4, revisit Icicle Tunnel. The easiest path is north of Cape Azure. Right after entering, you will find a rocky slope (Rock Climb needed). Go up and enter the cave. Kyurem will be waiting. Once again, level 50 and something is left behind. Yep, it’s the Ice Plume.

Keldeo: Go to the Fighters Fountain, in Darkwood Town. When it says to make a wish, enter JUSTICE!. A cave will open in between the fountains, which leads to a level 40 Keldeo.

Black Kyurem/White Kyurem: Go east of Ecruteak City. Surf over the water and enter Mt Mortar. Go up the steps and down the ladder. Go north and up the following ladder. Then, surf across the water and use Rock Climb twice to enter Blackwhite Ruins. Here, you will have two caves: one white and one black. Whichever you enter will have a rock inside. A “trading” will occur and Kyurem will change its shape depending on the colour of the cave. To revert Kyurem to its base form, just redo the process IN THE SAME CAVE YOU TRANSFORMED IT. Inserting Black Kyurem on the white cave or vice versa won’t work.

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EX Palen : Does this work in the Beta 7? If it does, I don't know where to use dig to get Entei, Suicune and Raikou.
EX Palen : Does this work in the Beta 7? If it does, I don't know where to use dig to get Entei, Suicune and Raikou.
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tyranit : Per the game's description, it should also work on 7, as there's no mention of this glitch being corrected. If you have tried and successfully performed the trick in 6, it technically should work the same way in 7.

Now I have one more reason to go through the new beta and see the true extent of the differences with this version.
tyranit : Per the game's description, it should also work on 7, as there's no mention of this glitch being corrected. If you have tried and successfully performed the trick in 6, it technically should work the same way in 7.

Now I have one more reason to go through the new beta and see the true extent of the differences with this version.
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tyranit : So I really need help and I would be so grateful if you or anyone else could help me. I'm playing beta 7 and I caught Ho-Oh before catching the beast trio and I they don't seem to be popping up. I wanted to know if I could still catch the trio if I catch Ho-Oh first. I'm actually really stressed out right now because I really don't want to start over so I would be REALLY grateful for any help. Please! And thank you so much!
tyranit : So I really need help and I would be so grateful if you or anyone else could help me. I'm playing beta 7 and I caught Ho-Oh before catching the beast trio and I they don't seem to be popping up. I wanted to know if I could still catch the trio if I catch Ho-Oh first. I'm actually really stressed out right now because I really don't want to start over so I would be REALLY grateful for any help. Please! And thank you so much!
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I've caught all the other legendaries except arceus but when I go the place where he should be, he isn't there
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Yeah same here, I'm playing glazed 7b. When I use dig, I revert back to the entrance of the Bell Tower. But when I enter the top of the tower, I can see suicune on the lower left. Not the whole body tho, just the lacy thing on his head, a little bit of that.
Yeah same here, I'm playing glazed 7b. When I use dig, I revert back to the entrance of the Bell Tower. But when I enter the top of the tower, I can see suicune on the lower left. Not the whole body tho, just the lacy thing on his head, a little bit of that.
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To the comment saying you can't use the dig trick in glazed. I am using the most up to date glazed version and it works perfectly fine.

and to the creator of this thread. If Regina has not released Ho-oh yet you are able to encounter and catch it via the same means as the roaming beasts.
To the comment saying you can't use the dig trick in glazed. I am using the most up to date glazed version and it works perfectly fine.

and to the creator of this thread. If Regina has not released Ho-oh yet you are able to encounter and catch it via the same means as the roaming beasts.
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That may be true in whatever version you are playing, but this guide was written about 2+ years ago for an earlier release of the game ( Beta 6 ). You can't fault the author of this thread when all of this is correct and accurate for the version it was written for. 

Even if he wanted to edit it for a later version, the Guides submitted here are linked to the game's page, so if someone was playing Beta 6 and the guide had been updated, some of the information ( such as the Dig bug ), would no longer be accurate. 
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That may be true in whatever version you are playing, but this guide was written about 2+ years ago for an earlier release of the game ( Beta 6 ). You can't fault the author of this thread when all of this is correct and accurate for the version it was written for. 

Even if he wanted to edit it for a later version, the Guides submitted here are linked to the game's page, so if someone was playing Beta 6 and the guide had been updated, some of the information ( such as the Dig bug ), would no longer be accurate. 
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EX Palen : hello sir, i'm trying the step to get black and white kyurem in the pokemon blazed beta 7b reborn v 3.9, i went to both black and white cave, but everytime i'm interact with both stone there's no conversation to put the down the poke ball, i have the kyurem, zekrom and reshiram in my party, i was wondering am i missing a step or pre quest, i just complete the Tunod league and became the champion.
EX Palen : hello sir, i'm trying the step to get black and white kyurem in the pokemon blazed beta 7b reborn v 3.9, i went to both black and white cave, but everytime i'm interact with both stone there's no conversation to put the down the poke ball, i have the kyurem, zekrom and reshiram in my party, i was wondering am i missing a step or pre quest, i just complete the Tunod league and became the champion.
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pokegaming : Sadly, I can't be of help.

This guide was written for beta 6, an early version, so it's possible they've introduced changes in the way some things work and may have corrected some bugs (and maybe have created new ones too) in the updated version you're playing.

I'm glad you made it all the way here to reply to my guide in search of advice, but I haven't played that version, so I don't know what has been changed or modified.
pokegaming : Sadly, I can't be of help.

This guide was written for beta 6, an early version, so it's possible they've introduced changes in the way some things work and may have corrected some bugs (and maybe have created new ones too) in the updated version you're playing.

I'm glad you made it all the way here to reply to my guide in search of advice, but I haven't played that version, so I don't know what has been changed or modified.
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EX Palen : thank you sir for reply, i think im going to try at the beta version instead the reborn, maybe there's some bug or glitch.
EX Palen : thank you sir for reply, i think im going to try at the beta version instead the reborn, maybe there's some bug or glitch.
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