The Master Ball in "Pokémon Crystal" is obtained by talking to Professor Elm after earning all eight Johto Badges. It can also be earned by chance from the Lucky Channel radio program.Know More
Eight trainers in the Johto region offer a badge to the player for defeating them in battle. Acquire the Zephyr Badge from Falkner, the Hive Badge from Bugsy, the Plain Badge from Whitney, the Fog Badge from Morty, the Storm Badge from Chuck, the Mineral Badge from Jasmine, the Glacier Badge from Pryce and the Rising Badge from Clair.
Travel to Professor Elm's lab in New Bark Town. Talk to the professor to receive a Master Ball. This is the only guaranteed Master Ball the player receives in any given playthrough of the game.
The Lucky Channel radio program broadcasts from the Goldenrod Radio Tower in Goldenrod City. Once per week, the channel broadcasts a random OT ID number, which changes every Friday. If any Pokémon in the player's party or Pokémon Storage System has an OT ID that exactly matches the winning OT ID, the player wins a Master Ball as a prize. Talk to the man on the first floor of the Goldenrod Radio Tower to receive the prize.
A woman in Mauville City is willing to trade her coin case, which allows you to hold a maximum of 9,999 coins and gives you access to various gambling mini-games in "Pokémon Sapphire." To trade for the coin case, you first need to obtain a Harbor Mail.Full Answer >
The exp share item is found on Route 15 and is given to the player by Professor Oak's aid. The exp share grants the Pokémon holding it half the experience points gained from defeating a Pokémon, regardless if it actually participated in battle or not. This helps the player level-up Pokémon who are too weak to fight in battles.Full Answer >
Navel Rock is only accessible in "Pokemon Fire Red" via a Nintendo Mystery Ticket or unofficial cheat device, such as Action Replay or Gameshark. Mystery Tickets (also referred to as Mystery Gifts) are obtained at select Nintendo events.Full Answer >
According to Bulbapedia, there are four glitches in both Pokemon Fire Red and Pokemon Leaf Green. These inlcude the Infinite Nugget, the Poke Flute, the Roaming Roar and the Low IV. These glitches differ from Generation I's Red, Green and Blue.Full Answer >