After you have actually beaten the Elite 4 and become the Champ, return and inspect the Pokemon storage system. You'll have the ability to access a brand-new set of wallpapers for your boxes.
Upgrading Power Ring
After you have actually beaten the Elite 4, travel to
and beat your competitor. Travel to Kiloude City and talk to Teacher Sycamore at the sundial. You'll
get an upgrade to your Power Ring, which will enable you to discover even more
evolutionary Mega Stones in between
and . Anister City
Level 70 Mewtwo
After you have beating the Elite 4, go back to
. At the top of the area, there need to be a cavern
that was formerly unattainable. Inside you'll be provided the possibility to
catch a level 70 Mewtwo. Pokemon Town
Once you have beaten the Elite 4, among the 3 legendary birds from the initial Pokemon Red and Blue will start wandering throughout Kalos. Which bird you get relies on your starter. You'll discover Moltres if you picked Froakie. You'll discover Articuno if you picked Chespin. You'll discover Zapdos if you selected Fennekin. After running into among the birds in the wild, examine its entry in your Coastal Kalos Pokedex. It'll reveal the bird's present place. You have to walk - not fly - to the place and challenge the bird once again. After running away numerous times, the bird will ultimately retreat to Sea Spirit's Den, lastly offering you the opportunity to catch it.
Looker Detective Agency
Once you have actually beaten the Elite 4 and opened
, go back to Kiloude City . You'll get a Holo Caster message from an investigator
called Looker. He'll employ you as an aide and have you go on sidequests. Lumiose City
Once you have beating the Elite 4, go back to
and talk to Professor Sycamore at the train station.
You'll get a last upgrade to your Pokedex that covers Pokemon beyond the Kalos
area. Lumiose City
Once you have beating the Elite 4, go back to
and talk with the researcher on the 2nd floor of
Teacher Sycamore's laboratory. He'll provide you the Poke Radar, which assists
you find Pokemon concealed in the tall lawn. Lumiose City
Browse through the hair salon in
and get your hair cut 15+ times. No color modification
is required. Once opened the hairstylist will let you understand she has some
unique designs that will fit you completely. Lumoise City
Once you have beaten the Elite 4, go back to Terminus Cavern. You'll have the ability to reach the most lowest level of the cavern, which showcases a couple of uncommon items and the opportunity to catch a level 70 Zygarde.
Once you have beaten the Elite 4, go to
and get the TMV pass to go to Lumiose City . Once you are in Kiloude City go to the leading left edge of the map. Kiloude City
Fully Heal party
For this tart a Wi-Fi battle. Once a challenger accepts and you are put at the Overworld, your whole entire party will be totally recovered.
New Avatar Clothing
The items in the dress shops are the only method to obtain brand-new clothing for your avatar, and their stock modifications daily. You can discover dress shops in the following cities:
, Anistar City , Cyllage City , Laverre City , and Santalune City . Snowbelle City
Inside the Terminus Cavern you will find Zygarde, which is found simply off Route 18. The Terminus Cavern is among the lengthiest dungeons in Pokemon X and Y; therefore, see to it to have bunches of recovering items and strong Pokemon prior to entering it. Zygarde is Level 70 and dual Dragon and Ground-type; make use of a Master Ball to quickly catch him, or it will be a long battle and need a lot of Ultra Balls.
How Get Sylveon
To obtain a Sylveon, you need to max out all 3 stats (Affection, Fullness, and Enjoyment) for an Eevee to evolve it into a Sylveon. To max out all stats for an Eevee, keep cuddling it and playing the mini-games. It must take around one hour to max out all the stats for the Eevee utilizing this technique. Note: Ensure to instruct the Eevee a Mermaid step prior to leveling it into the Sylveon.
How Get Pikachu
Pikachu can be discovered at the start of Path 3, instantly after the woodland, in little lawn patches. Pikachu is a great very early Pokemon. He has high unique attack and speed stats that provide him a benefit early in the game. His unique characteristic, Fixed, works effectively very early in the game by paralyzing Pokemon that can be found in contact with him. Pikachu likewise levels up extremely rapidly early in the game with a bunch of bird type Pokemon in the grinding locations. He is general a great addition to any team early in the game.
How Get Mewtwo
Mewtwo can be discovered in the
. Cross a little stream on the western side utilizing
the Surf HM to reach a cavern entrance. Mewtwo will be inside instantly after
getting in the cavern. Initially, a guy will obstruct the cavern entrance,
however he will vanish once you beat the Elite 4. Mewtwo is Level 70; make use
of a Master Ball to quickly catch him, otherwise it will be a long battle and
need a great deal of Ultra Balls. As quickly as you catch him, you will
likewise get the unique stone should trigger Mewtwo's Mega Evolution. Pokemon Village
How Get Leafeon And Glaceon
In order to evolve an Eevee into a Glaceon or Leafeon, you should be standing alongside Ice Rock or Moss Rock when leveling it up. Ice Rock can be discovered initially; it is found in the deepest part of the Frost Cavern (the cavern is not too big). Moss Rock is discovered closer to the end the pursuit to beat the Elite 4. It is on Path 20, in between
and the Snowbelle City . Get in the area from Snowbelle to instantly see it. Pokemon Town
To completely recover your party anywhere in the game, just start a wireless battle. If your challenger accepts, once you are gone back to the overworld, your whole party will be in ideal wellness.
Getting Rotom In The Lost Hotel
To get Rotom you need to have your 3DS set to Tuesday. Then, go to the Lost Hotel on Route 15/16. Check the trash cans in both areas. You may find Trubbish but keep trying. If they aren't shaking, go outside the lost hotel after you've visited both areas and if you've checked the trash cans and they should reset.
Gengar mega evolution
First, go to
. Start from the pokemon center then go left, then up,
left, up, left. If you found it, you should see a team flare guy and a hex
manic on the far left. Talk to her and you'll recive a gengarinite or a mega
evolution stone for gengar. Next, trade a pokemon for a Haunter via link trade.
(I am not sure, but I think online trading works too.) Then, the Hunter will
evolve into Gengar. Then, give him the gengarinite and you can mega evolve him!
Hope I Helped! Laverre City
Find a pokemon that can learn perish song via leveling up (Such as Lapras) and another that can learn mean look via leveling up. Focus on strengthening their Speed, Special Defense, and Defense. Then, do a double battle with those two pokemon first. Have one use Perish Song and the other use Mean Look on both of the opponent's pokemon. Then, when the perish countdown hits 1, switch both pokemon with the other two you have. Your opponent's pokemon will faint, and you can then just use perish song. Hope I Helped!
Fishing and chain fishing tip
When fishing, in case you didn't catch it in the game, an area with all or most sides surrounded by things is THE BEST PLACE FOR CHAIN FISHING! I've found an awesome area by the tower of mastery. You'll need surf to get there though. 8B hope this helped ya!
- 360 Trick:
, Lumiose City Estivel Avenue - If you rotate the Circle Pad in a quick motion, you
will do a spin while moving.
- Back Flip:
, Lumiose City North Boulevard - When going over a ledge at high speed, you will do a
- Cosmic Flip: Lost Hotel - If you have enough speed and have the skill learned the previous 4 tricks while going on a ledge, then you will have a special flip.
- Parallel Swizzle:
, Lumiose City South Boulevard - If you tilt the Circle Pad in the opposite
direction, you will turn in that direction quickly while gaining speed.
- Running Start: Lumiose City, Vert Plaza - If you start running with the D-Pad then switch to the roller skates using the Circle Pad, you will gain more speed.
Talk with the guy in the Pokemon Centerwhen you are in
to hear him inform you about a game he is playing
where a cool little man "runs around and whacks enemies to the beat of the
music." That is a noticeable reference to an additional game from the
game's designer called HarmoKnight. Shalour City
Hex Maniac ghost girl
Follow the Course 14 and walk down to
. Make a right into first structure once you show up.
Inside, you need to discover 2 children and a lady near a desk. Go to the elevator
and arise on the 2nd floor. When you exit the elevator, a cutscene will start.
A Hex Maniac lady appears behind you. She'll walk in front of you (without any
walking animation) and state "You are not the one, then vanish. Lumiose City
Muhammad Ali Reference
At some point when training on the boxing bags in super training, you will be informed to "Float like a Butterfree, sting like a Beedrill," a sly reference to Muhammad Ali's popular quote.
Dragon Ball Z Reference
Talk to him after you win and he will inform you that you and your Pokemon's power levels are amazing if you battle the psychic trainer on course 10. He says that they are "over 9000, for sure," a reference to Dragon Ball Z.
On your 3DS you can modify the local time to impact specific day-to-day events. A couple of examples:
- Send out a red Writ of Difficulty and keep altering the time by an hour to keep altering the trainers without needing to wait.
- Prior to , set the time back for unlimited writ time.
- Get everyday items and day-to-day tasks by setting the clock to .
When you save in
, DO NOT, I repeat, DO NOT, save on North boulevard or
South boulevard(or in any of the buildings along it) or your progress since the
last save(or possibly your whole game data) might be deleted. This is a slim
chance and GameFreak is working on it, but just to be on the safe side, DON'T
SAVE THERE. Hope I helped all you people, because my whole game was deleted and
I had to start over, and I didn't want anyone else's 390-something hours to go
down the drain. Lumoise City
Sure capture with any pokeball
Throw ANY pokeball at a pokemon, then press SELECT while it is shaking. It will be a sure capture. (note: this works about 95.5% of the time and im still working at another way to do it)