Mew cannot be captured in "Pok?mon Pearl." The only game in which Mew can be captured is "Pok?mon Emerald," but it requires an event item that is no longer given away. You can still trade for Mew, but if trading is out of the question, there is only one method left. It requires access to a Nintendo Wii and the downloadable game "My Pok?mon Ranch."Know More
Whether by buying one, renting one or playing at a friend's house, access to a Wii is necessary. Purchase the downloadable WiiWare title "My Pok?mon Ranch" from the Wii Shop. "Pok?mon Pearl" has a connectivity feature with "My Pok?mon Ranch" that allows you to transfer your Pok?mon to it.
Transfer a total of 999 Pok?mon to the ranch. Of course, this must be done gradually. Up to eight different copies of "Pok?mon Pearl" can be used to interface with the ranch, so enlist friends with spare Pok?mon to help.
Once 999 Pok?mon have been sent to the ranch, it expands to its maximum level. At this point, the ranch owner Hayley asks for a Pok?mon Egg. Any egg is suitable. When it is brought to her, she gives the you her Mew in return.
In the game "Pokémon Emerald," the Eon Ticket is obtained by mixing records with another player who already has the item. The item was originally available through a promotional e-Card of the same name. This e-Card can still be purchased online through sites such as eBay, but can only be scanned into "Pokémon Ruby" or "Pokémon Sapphire."Full Answer >
Players receive the hidden machine for Strength from one of the two old women on the fifth floor of the Lost Tower on Route 209. Players must first earn the Mine Badge to teach Strength to a Pok?mon, according to Bulbapedia.Full Answer >
You receive the HM for Surf as a reward for finding the Secret House in the Safari Zone. It is located in northwest section of Area 3, and you must reach it in less than 500 steps. You need to earn the Soul Badge in order to teach Surf to a Pok?mon.Full Answer >
Mew cannot be caught in "Pokémon Ruby." There is one game in Generation III that Mew can be captured in, however, and that's "Pokémon Emerald." You'll need a copy of that game to catch him, and you can then transfer him to "Ruby."Full Answer >