Where do you find the hm underwater?
Games Guru: The Mossdeep space station — only it’s called Dive.
How do I get a Pokeblock case?
Games Guru: Speak with the little girl in the Contest House in Slateport.
I go to wally house, but his dad does not give me a SURF move. Help me…
Games Guru: Have you beaten Norman, “your father,” in the Petalburg Gym yet?
How do you get to space to catch something?
Games Guru: There is a persistent rumor that you can launch into space from the space station. I have never seen any proof of this.
How do I get the Waterfall move?
Games Guru: It’s in the same cave as Kyrogue, the cave of origin.
How do I make small evolving of Snorlax called Muchlax?
Games Guru: As far as I know, Muchlax is NOT on the Sapphire pokedex. Sorry.
How do you clone Pokemon in this game?
Games Guru: Of all the Pokemon games, I think I have played through this one the most and have never run into Pokemon cloning.
Where will I find Steven and Wallace together in Sootopolis City?
Games Guru: Look in front of the cave.
How do you catch the pokemon Feebas? What kind of rod?
Games Guru: Feebas is on Route 119, but he will only appear in a very small area, and that area changes around. I can’t give you a particular spot on that route; all I can say is hunt and hunt and hunt, and you should find one.
As for the rod, it does not appear to make much of a difference, though I recommend using the good or great rod.
Where do you get the TM move Surf?
Games Guru: Go to Wally’s house in Petalburg and speak with his dad.
How do you get gym leader Wallace’s gym doors open?
Games Guru: Once you have explored the Cave of Origin, Wallace will open the doors to the gym.
How do I defeat the Pokemon League?
Games Guru: I am assuming you mean the Elite Four. If this is not the case, please write back.
Beating the Elite Four plus Wallace (the champion) requires Pokemon of various types. Sidney, the first of the Elite Four, has a Shiftry and Cacturne that will cause you fits if you don’t take them out quickly. Fire and ice both work well on them, if you hit them quickly. Earthquake works well on his Mightyena.
Phoebe, the next member of the Elite Four, has ghosts. Use electricity on her Banettes and Sableye. Use water on her Dusclops.
Next comes Glacia, the ice queen. If she just had normal water Pokemon, you could take them all out with plants, but her Pokemon have cold attacks. Use electricity on her Sealeos and Walrein. Try fire on her Glalies.
Then there’s Drake, the really, really irritating dragon guy. His Pokemon don’t like ice attacks. Most of them are immune to earthquakes. Use electricity on his Kingdra.
Last but not least comes Wallace. If you have a strong electric Pokemon, this should go pretty well. If not, well, you’ll gain a lot of experience repeating your way through the Elite Four.