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You can catch it in the central area the one you start in or get 6,000 coins in the game corner and buy one from the Pokemon exchange next to the game corner the middle area is the Pokemon exchange.
Is this game Pay-to-Win? Microtransactions provide convenience but not all game items can be obtained from the cash shop (potions, berries, eggs, etc). How do I get Coins, Candy and Stardust? Coins are obtained when a defender of yours is knocked out of a gym. Defenders collect one coin per 10 minutes defending. Each day you can only receive 50.
I eventually got 777, where I won 300 coins; this seemed to be the best way. However it seems sometimes that the game cheats and it doesn't stop when I press A (it waits a few seconds). Also, sometimes the Golem fall and change it while sometimes when I press A it just moves a few.Find all our Pokemon Blue Hints for GameBoy. Plus great forums, game help and a special question and answer system.. If you are in desperate need of 10 coins for the game corner but don't have enough money to buy 50 coins or have talked to all the people and have gotten all of the 10 coins from them, here's how you can get an extra 10 coins.Here you can buy coins, test your luck, and win fabulous prizes, including new Pokemon and TMs you won't get anywhere else. The Basics You'll need a Coin Case, to be found in the Goldenrod Underground. At the main desk in Game Corner (in the top left corner) you can buy 50 coins for 1000P or 500 for 10,000P. Slots and Games.
For more questions for Pokemon Blue check out the question page where you can search or ask your own question Add your answer Please be as detailed as you can when making an answer.Read More
Aside from the infinite item glitch is there any way to continuously make money after you've long finished the game? I think I've beaten most of the trainers in the game so that's no good and I'm really low on money so soon I won't be able to buy pokeballs anymore and I'm trying to get all 150.Read More
Pokemon Red Blue and Yellow. in the game corner prize building the middle guy has them but you have to have lots of coins but you mite want to do it on leaf green because fire red the Pokemon.Read More
This small game corner allows you to win coins to exchange for items. Enter the building, and talk to the man behind the game machine to get Coin Case so that you can get coins. Then go to the front to play. Choose one out of the 25 tiles. If you hit a 1, you will get one coin. If you hit 2, you get 2 coins, and so on.Read More
Here you can buy coins, test your luck, and win fabulous prizes, including new Pokemon and TMs you won't get anywhere else. The Basics You'll need a Coin Case, to be found in the restauraunt from the guy with the glasses along the main strip of buildings below where the Rocket Game Corner is.Read More
The only game in the casino is a slot machine-style game. Insert however many coins you want (1, 2 or 3, which add more rows on the slots where you can win prizes) and try and line up the same picture. A triple 7 yields 300 coins, three BAR yield 100 coins, three Poliwag, Diglett, or Jigglypuff win 15 coins, and three cherries earn 8 coins.Read More
The only way to earn PokeCoins without using real money is by leaving a Pokemon at a Gym to defend it, which you can do once you choose a team at level 5. You can defend each Gym with a single.Read More
Easy coins. When you go to the house with the group of casino machines, press B on the gambling people's backs to gain 10 to 20 coins each. You can get up to 120 coins this way.Read More
The Pokemon is awarded to you after the credits sequence and you need to pick it up in Professor Oak's Lab. Note that the lab can only hold one Pokemon at the time, so pick it up right away or you.Read More
Strike Sync Pairs, much like you at age 8, specialize in pokemon that deal lots of plain ol’ damage rather than status moves. Support. Support Sync Pairs buff other characters and have higher HP, mostly bulkier mons. These teams include a lot of moves that aren’t in normal pokemon, or moves that are normally items like X-attack. Tech. Tech sync pairs specialize in status moves to.Read More